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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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POWERFUL ARMIES RAVE CUT THRU GERMAN HUES AIID
ARE HAHIIG INTO EAST PRUSSIA

Petrograd, Nov. 11. Another
great raid by .Russian Cossticks o.i
East Prussia is in full swing. Gen General
eral General Ronnenkemf,. the dashing: Rus Russian
sian Russian commander, is executing a drive
of .devastation similar to that which
early in the war caught and cut the
German line of communication. This
time the Cossacks invaded 'East Prus Prussia
sia Prussia south west of the '.Mazurain lake
region instead of at the north. They
have already reached the outskirts
of Soldau.
Three railroads in that direction
have (been torn up and more than a
dozen railroad ibridges destroyed. The
continuation of this raid into the dis district
trict district north of ISoldau 'will cut off the
German army that invaded -Suwalkl.
and at the same time the 'Russian
army in western 'Poland continues
its campaign for the capture of Cra Cracow.
cow. Cracow. CROWDING OLD
HIS ENEMIES ARE 1 ) ET RHS II X E D
TO PUT VILLI IX OVER
HIS HEAD
lAguas Calientes, Nov. 11. Gen General
eral General Carranza's conditional offer to
resign 'has 'been rejected 'by the rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary convention and 'troops
controlled by generals assembled
here have been ordered to march on
LMexico City and drive the Carran Carran-zaists
zaists Carran-zaists from power. General Villa has
'been placed in supreme .command of
these troops.
'An official announcement is made
that Carranza's iproffer has )een re rejected.
jected. rejected. It is stated that he has ex ex-pressed
pressed ex-pressed a readiness to resign as soon
as the conference elected a provision provisional
al provisional president free from the. influence
of Villa. This is taken a-sa slap at
the convention for electing General
Guiterrez.
Purity is paramount" You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY 4n drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions hero.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
Do you hunt? If so, save money
by buying your shotgun and shells
from the Ocala Pawn and Loan Of Office.
fice. Office. "-Why Pay. More." 11-7
All prescriptions filled at the
,Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
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Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only $15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to $20
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.

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ALL IS NOT HARMONIOUS IX THE
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London, Nov. 11. A dispatch
from 'Athens to the jExchange Com Company
pany Company confirms the reports of a revolt
In Constantinople. It was, learned on
reliable authority 'that a huge con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy has broken out against the
Germans and Young Turks. The chief
conspirators have ibeen shot. The
populace is very excited over the
Turkish defeats. Sunday crowds at attacked
tacked attacked a number of German nori nori-commissdoned
commissdoned nori-commissdoned officers. A German
protest has been made to the govern government.
ment. government. FIGHTING FIERCE
AND FIERCER
ALLIES A XD GERMAXS ALTER ALTERNATE
NATE ALTERNATE DEFENSIVE AXD
OFFEXSIVE
Paris, Xov. 11. .With, each side
alternately assuming the offensive,
the fighting between the Germans
and allies along the '.Dixmude to Ar
ras line daily becomes fiercer and
fiercer. Thousands of wounded jare
lying where they -fell during the past
ten days. Hundreds have died of
hunger, thirst and their unattended
wounds.
Armentieres, north of Lille, is un under
der under fire for the fifth time. The townspeople-have
fled to the coast. An Another
other Another vigorous offensive movement by
the Germans all along the line from
Verdun to the (North Sea may be ex expected
pected expected at, any time now in another
great, effort to make a breach in the
allies' line at some point.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts orf oOcts packages at one'
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London, Xov. 1 1 .Great Britai n today joined the 'United States in
attempting to learn the present 'whereabouts of the cruiser North Carolina.

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1TEIISE EFFORTS OF THE ALLIES TO DO
THE HI liilDEOS

Flushing, Nov. Id. Bombarding
German positions alorg the coast
both from sea and air, the Allies are
attempting to drive the Kaisers troops
back into the inferior of Belgiujn
and remove danger of attack on the
English coast.
British and French aviators are
making daring flights, dropping
bombs in the German trenches.
Tuesday, British warships war warships
ships warships shelled the Germans north of
Yser for several hours. TwOj piers
at Blankeburgh have been -burned by
the 'Germans. ;Numerous 'bridges in
North (Flanders have been blown up
by the Germans who placed guns in
the dunes of Hetland, apparently to
shell British warships that 'approach
the coast. .'
PROFITABLE AX 1 ) PLEAS A XT
Meeting of the Democratic Club this
, Evening
To the Members of the Young, Men's
'Democratic Club:
There will be a meeting of the
Young Men's Democratic Club held
in the K.vof P. ohall this evening.
Matters of importance will come be before
fore before the club and every member is
urged to attend.
Refreshments turkey purlo.
A. S. iMinshall, Secretary.
JAPS LOST A BOAT
Tokio, Nov. 11. The Japanese
torpedo boat No. 33 was destroyed
while sweeping for mines at the en entrance
trance entrance of Kiao Chau Bay. The boat
struck a mine, but most of the crew
were saved. ?
ATTEXTIOX, WOODMEX
By request of the family the un unveiling
veiling unveiling of C. H. Beck's monument is
postponed until Sunday, Nov. 29th.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
We always 'have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t

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I5ERTZIDE LOM-I5ERTZIDE .jParis, Nov. 11.- Dixmude, the
Belgian town around which faas cen centered
tered centered the hardest fighting in Fland Flanders,
ers, Flanders, has been captured by the -Germans.;
This was admitted in an offi official
cial official statement this afternoon. The
statement shows the Germans have
renewed their drive to the French
coast, which was temporarily halted
by cutting dykes.
The 'battle was resumed with great
ferocity between Nieuport and the
river Lys.
Offsetting the admission that Dix Dix-munde
munde Dix-munde has been captured, it is an announced
nounced announced that Lombertzyde, north of
Dixmunde, has been re-occupied by
the allies.
A PICKLE FACTORY'
WANTS A ''"LOCATION
The Southern Pickle "Factory, of
Birmingham, Ala., wants a location
in this territory, where it can get
plenty of cucumbers and 'email onions
arid will establish a branch pickle
factory. The Board of Trade has tak taken
en taken the matter up with them and-will
try to locate them here.
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
WTe will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting &; Knight, Dru
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Remington or Winehe&tr automat automatic
ic automatic shotguns, special $27.50. Ocala
Pawn and Loan Office. "Why Pay
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ALLIES AGIST THE SER11IS

Berlin, Nov. '11. Germany and
Austria 'have effected an interchange
of troops, as a Tesult of which thou thousands
sands thousands of Slavs from Hungary have
been sent to the western theater
to fight against the Anglo-French
allies. In' return the kaiser 'has sent
Teutonic troops to reinforce the
Austro-Hungardan armies and some
of these have been engaged in ,the
southern theater of hostilities against
Servians and Montenegrins. This
interchange is of immense benefit o
Austria because some of the Slavic
soldiers show a reluctance to .bear
arms against the Slavic soldiers in
the fRussian 'and Servian armies.
DWEEDLEDUM AND
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fEditor Ocala Star: A constitution constitutional
al constitutional monarchy like England, Germany,
'Italy, Turky, (Russia 'and Japan, etc.,
etc., and a bourgeois republic like the
United States, France, Switzerland,
Brazil etc., 'have between them only
one important difference, which ; Is:
that the figure head on the bow of
. i., .
the ship of state in the. case of the
monarchy is called King, Kaiser,
Czir, Sultan, Shah and so forth,
while in the case of the republic that
same conspicious ornament is called
president, "and there you are!" The
compass, which 'guides the ship, the
course which it pursues, the destina
tion toward which It sails is the
same in either case and its sole
achievement in :both cases is the ex exploitation,
ploitation, exploitation, yes, .and. pauperization of
the many useful and industrious peo people,
ple, people, for the henefit and self-agrandize-ment
of the few officers managing and
controlling the ship; ven this func function,
tion, function, these enterprlsingjcaptains and
officials turn over to hired under under-lings,
lings, under-lings, thus leaving the. four hundred,
or four thousand towaste In idleness
and debauchery the fruits of "their
piracy.
Under, either cdnstitu'tion, a mere
fraction of one thirds or one fourth
of the voters constitute a so. called
majority, which imposes Its will up upon
on upon the true, major! ty and of course
always for its own (benefit; this is
very natural, shrewd, cunning, adroit,
on the part of this ruling minority,
but plainly idiotic on the part of the
true majority which endures this
state of things generation after gen generation
eration generation after generation. A clumsy,
silly and stupid deception, but it
works miracles of wealth for the few
and poverty for the many.
It enables our statesmen and their
employers, the iour hundred cap captains,
tains, captains, of industry, to pluck the goose
of nearly its last feather, without a
squawk, or a cackle, and that without

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COMBAT HAGINO BETWEEN ItUS ItUS-IUAXS
IUAXS ItUS-IUAXS AXD TURKS AT FOOT
OF CAUCASUS
Petrograd, Nov. 11. 'An official
report from Tilflis states the Turks
attacked the Russian positions at
Koperikoi with artillery JMonday and
that a violent battle sis in progress In,
that region. i -1
any other' anesthetic than just make
believe that through tho .ballot and
that constitution the people are gov governing
erning governing themselves and even taxing
each other into the poor house. Oh.
the people are lulus! But -what of
the statesmen and their ;master3?
, This being the result under ibo In Informs
forms Informs of government how do you
like the picture, brother voter?
Are you going to swallow this-pseudo-democratic,
un-republlcan and
lleingly progress;! ve dope forever?
When are you going to begin voting
for your own interest, for the inter interest
est interest of the overwhelming majority, for
the interest of your wife and child children
ren children and theirs after them? You have
been 'permitting an insignificant mi minority
nority minority to .put your wife and-children
and theirs after them under bond.?,
into everlasting bondage for all time
to come; what right have you' to
impose ever more bonds and taxci
upon unborn generations? iDo you
ever exercise your think box for a
minute? There are other ways to
manage the business, the (bread and
butter question and all other affairs
of this country and this world, for
that matter, the enslaving mankind,
through loads of debt for the benefit
of a few conscienceless and unscrupu
lous sharpers.- It is up to you bro
ther voter to inquire into this mat
ter, 3'ou -may claim .the right to your
opinion on important questions and
especially such as affect your neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, please ascertain, whether or not
It is Intelligent opinion yen arc
insisting upon.
Chas F, Schneider,
Ocala, .Nov. C, 1914.
UJennlson's paper napkins can. be
had at KREGER'S.

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THE OCAIjA EVENING STAK. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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BITTING EB & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter.

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The Star 'supposes -the turkey trot
will be the popular Russian dance
this winter. That is, if n;hey can
keep the turkeys headed the right
v-ay.

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me vic-iory ot the Germans over
the British off the coast of Chile

snows uiat our naval experts who
have been insisting on the all-big-

gun ship knew what they were doing.

it heing reported that 'Mr. B. L.

lAnaerson svould be a candidate for

the mayor's office, the Star interview

ed him ab4ut it. tMr. Anderson de

mea the report. Me was mayor of

Ocala a -numlber of years ago, and

says lie has served his time.

an the next-rew days, either the
Germans will smash their way thru

rno allied .lines to the English chan

nel, or they will begin to fall back
and prepare to defend their own

country from invasion. They know
if they have to recede, there will -be

no come-hack, and that is why they
fight so desperately.

(Many of our people grumble, and
some even say w-e should fight, be because
cause because a British cruiser occasionally
stops an American ship and politely
asks to see its papers. But if the
(British navy hadn't kept the Atlantic
ocean open to commerce, Americans
would be -feeling the war much' more
severely than they do.

The sinking of the German cruiser
tEmden by the Australian cruiser
Sidney emphasizes that there is a
new power on the seas. Australia,
Jess than a hundred years -ago an
isolated wilderness, inhabited only
foy savages, convicts and convict
guards, is now one of the stoutest
Tjrops of the British empire, and has
every requisite of an empireitself.

The 'German ciuser Emden "cer "certainly
tainly "certainly rpaid for herself. She sank a
Russian cruiser, a iFrench torpedo
boat and twenty-two British merch merchantmen.
antmen. merchantmen. She finally took the count
in a fight against an Australian
cruiser of much greater strength and
speed.. Except in its length, the
(Bmden's career has heen greatly like
the Alabama'.

fit Is the helief of the 'American
government that 'both the Germans
and the allies have powerful wireless

plants operating secretly in differ different
ent different parts of the United States. Indi Indications
cations Indications are that one of these tplants

is on the Pacific coast, one in iMaine
and one somewhere on the east coast

oi Florida, uovemment omciais are

trasy searching for them. It is be believed
lieved believed that Japanese are operating
one of these plants and Germans the
other two.

on the gulf of the same name, which
runs up from the Red Sea between
the Sinai peninsula and the Arabian
mainland. .The Sinai peninsula is a
-part of Egypt, and when the dis dispatches
patches dispatches said, the other day, that the
Turks invaded Egypt, they probably
referred to this peninsula. It is
nearly all desert, and it isn't likely
the British will try to defend it. The
Suez canal lies beyond. it, vand the

only chance the Turks have to invade
Egypt successfully is to march an
army either across the Sinai penin peninsula
sula peninsula from Akaba, or from El Arish
in Palestine, and force their way
across the canal. The long stretch
of the (Red Sea an'd all its coasts are
absolutely at the mercy of the Brit British,
ish, British, who are certain not to allow any anything
thing anything to cross the sea or even har harbors
bors harbors that can carry any force over
to the African shore. There is about
as much chance for the Turks to suc successfully
cessfully successfully invade Egypt as there is
for the Germans to invade England.
Both may be (possible, hut they will
have to he done 'before anybody be believes
lieves believes it.

The Star sees no necessity for any
friction between the mayor" and coun council
cil council over the election of a successor
to Alderman Bcibinson in the second
ward. It has 'been understood for
some time that Mr. '.Robinson would
resign, and his resignation would

have 'been accepted 'had .the council

held a meeting Saturday afternoon.

The mayor has issued the necessary

call for an election for tMr. Rdbin-

son's successor at the same time the
regular election is to be held, and its
the Star's opinion that if the coun

cil iwill accept the resignation and

carry out the proclamation, there will

he no trouble, about it. The differ

ence is only technical, and the courts

have long ago decided that technical
trifles needn't set aside the expressed
will of the people. And it Is the
will of the people of Ocala that they
don't want the trouble and expense
of an extra election if it can be avoid

ed.

It being presistently reported that
!Mr. C. W. Hunter would fee a candi candidate
date candidate for the mayor's office, the Star
asked hrm. about it. -iMr. Hunter, says
he will run to succeed himself as al alderman,
derman, alderman, if his friends desire him to,
hiit he has no mayoralty ambitions
this year.

Our esteemed fellow citizen, Mr. E.
P. Thagard, state bank examiner,
was in town last night. 'He says bus business
iness business all over the state is fairly good.
When Will 'Knott hecomes governor,
air. Thagard expects to hecome comp

troller, and 'judging toy what we see

in the state papers: his chances are
excellent. ;

A SPECIAL TRAIN
I OJ; SUMTER BAY

Capt. U. II.
Home, Sumter

Baker, of
county, was

Orange
in town

today. Capt. Baker is chairman of
the county commissioners of Sumter
county, and in his official capacity

ha3 written to the officials of the S.
A. L. ;Ry. to try to get them to put
on a special train, on the morning of
(November 25, (Sumter County Day)
to bring the people f rom as far sout'i
as Dade City to the fair and take
theiw back in ih late afternoon.
The Bushnell Board of Trade has
also asked for the train and the Ma Marion
rion Marion County Board of Trade will join
them in, asking for the train ; and it

is almo.-:t an assured

No. 10578
Report of the Condition of
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Ocala, in the State of Florida, at;

the Close of Business October

1914

31st,

Resources

Loans and discounts.
Overdrafts, secured

and

ONE

HUNDRED
BELGIAN

FAMILIES

'Mr. J. A. Pride, general industrial
agentcf the Seaboard Air L.ine rail railroad
road railroad has written to the Marion Coun County
ty County Board of Trade and to seme of the
extensive land owners in; the county
to get thjem interested in caring for
and locating at least 100 Belgian fam

ilies, refugees from that country.;

There will be 'many more families to
follow, but tMr. Pride says there will
be at least that many in the first
lot to arrive. 'Mr. 'A. P. Stuckey has
written that he can take care of
twelve families and place them on
small farms .with houses and other
improvements so that they can hegin
at once to make crops.

A very ingenuous and interesting
display of the Yale lock is on display
in one of iMclver & (MacKay's show
windows. ;

IjAKB WEIR W. C. T. U.

The Lake Weir W. C. Tv V. met
on November, 5th, it being the regu regular
lar regular meeting day, .with the president
presiding. The meeting was open opened
ed opened hy singing a salcfonless nation in
H9!20, followed by the reading- of
thei20th psalm. All joined In saying
the ; (Lord's prayer. Seven' fmemibers
answered to the roll call. The minu minutes
tes minutes of the last meeting were read and
approved. ; ;
By unanimous consent the meeting
hour of the Union was changed! from
2 to 2:30 o'clock to take effect on
the 19th.
A motion was made and carried as
follows: That the Lake Weir Union,
through its rescue department, re request
quest request the convention in Jacksonville
to. send .a protest to the j manage management
ment management of the 'PanamaJPacific Exposi Exposition,
tion, Exposition, against letting space for immor immoral
al immoral purposes. ;
The Lake Weir Union extends a
vote of thanks to !Mr. T. B. Snook,
for 'the box of grape fruit, that he
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds

unsecured ... ... ...
Other bonds to secure
postal savings . . .
Bonis, securities, e:c.
(other than stocks)..
Stock in federal reserve
bank, $300, all other
stocks, $5020
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures . ... ...
Due from national hanks,
(not reserve agents)
Due from state and pri private
vate private banks and bank bankers,
ers, bankers, trust companies
and savings ........
Due .from approved re reserve
serve reserve agents in central
reserve cities, 3,
265.02; in other re

serve cities, '$ti,u z.ib
Checks and other cash
items . ..... . .".
Exchanges for clearing
. rhonse .
iNotes of other national
iPractional paper curren-
cy, nickels and cents.
Lawful money vreserve in
hank, viz:
Specie . . $ 8, 08 0.0 0f
Legal-tender
notes . . 17,700.00

$392,470.24

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Total

...$583,142.85

Liabilities

in.

50,000.00
30,000.00

6,285.04
1,300.90
7,419.32

Capital stock paid

Surplus fund ... .
Undivided profits, les3 ex-
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iDue to other national
banks .
Due to state and private
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Individual deposits sub subject
ject subject to check 3-57,510.25
iDemand certificates of
deposit . 1,642.94
Time certificates of de de-rposft
rposft de-rposft payable -within

;30 days 18,311.65
Time certificates of de deposit
posit deposit payable after 30

days or after notice of
30 days or lonker.'. .

Cashier's checks out

standing . ........

.Postal savings deposits.-.

'Other honds -borrowed

without furnishing col collateral
lateral collateral security for
same

Other bonds (borrowed for

which collateral secur secur-,
, secur-, ity was furnished ....
iNotes and hills redis redis-."'
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Bills payable, including
obligations represent representing
ing representing money borrowed

20,553.27
2,312,.17
1306.53

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FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.

Hyde. Crystal River, Fla.1 9-9-tf

FOR QAJLE (Homemade, jellies, pre

serves, canned fruits, pickles an .1

catsup. IMrs. P. HI. Gillen. 4-tf

AVANTEI--To huy a second-hand

instantaneous gas water heater.

he in good condition. Apply

State of 'Florida, 3
County of iMarion, ss:.
tl, T. T. lMuniroe, president of the
ahove-named hank, do solemnly
swear that the above- statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
and belief. '
T. T. Olunroe, President-
Subscribed and sworn to hefore me
this 10th day of (November, 1914,
T. (D. '.Lancaster, Jr
iNotary Public.

Correct Attest:

J. IM. Thomas,
Z. C. Chambliss,
Louis IR. Chazal, Directors.

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to Brx 223, Ocala.

11-7-tr

The Star regrets to learn that the
connty school board does not intend
to observe childrens Vfay at the fair
this year. One reason for this is
that many of the schools opened
later than usual this year- the other
is that in the years that the board

has allowed, the day to be ohserved,
the nn a j or ity of the teachers and
paipils in the country schools, instead

of attending the fair, have either
stayed at home or gone to other

places than the fair. The teachers

and scholars of the Ocala schools

have always observed, and appreciat

ed the day,' and will regret that it
isn't to he given them this year. The

exercises of the corn and canning
clubs twill, however, be observed, and

undoubtedly many or the young peo

ple of the county will attend them,

for smart hos's and girls can easily

make hd the day whether their

schools observe it or not.

A very handsome and well design

ed drawing, illustrating the proposed
civic center of Ocala, is on exhibition

in one of (Molver & (MacKay's show
windows. It ds the work of George

iMacKay, Jr., and shows that the

young man has profited hy the ex example
ample example of his father, who is one of
the best architects and draftsmen in
the state.

The very pretty and appropriate

crowns for the queen and maids or
honor of the tournament are on dis

play in CUrs. Haycraft's show win

dow. To he reallv aDnreciated. they

must he seen.

In the next few days, full tickets

will be out and the municipal cam campaign
paign campaign will ibe in full swing. The

Star hones that the candidates and

their friends will obsrve the rules

of courtesy and good nature, and

that we shall not have anv of the

outbreaks of ill feeling that markel

the last campaign. It also hopes the

people will he sensible and vote with

The Turks in their intended in

vasion of (Egypt will not have to de

pend entirely on the ship of the des- the view of 'promoting the public in

ert, the camel, to transport supplies

acrnoss the 'Wide area oi waste coun

try (between Syria and the Egyptian

frontier. Of late years, a railway

line has been huilt from Damascus

down by Palestine and the Red "Sea
tt Mecca and Medina, the holy cities
of Arabia' This railroad was built

with German capital to carry pil-

srrims to Alecea. and now it will be

used to carry troops to fight the Brit

ish who hold 'Egypt. The railway

trasses .within, fifty miles of Akaba,

FiOR SALE .Ford touring : car, re-1

cently overhauled and in perfect

condition; new tires; cheap for
cash. A'pply at 4.22 tMagnolia

street. 7-6t

WANTED By white girl who is

quick, willing and Intelligent,
though deaf an'd dumb, a (position

to do general house work in family

in Ocala. (Apply at .Star Office, or hanhp11-

Dr. E. 'Van Hood.

dh-tf

gave to 'te -sent to xne -national con

vention in Atlanta, meeting from

November 12 to '18.

The president asked f or. contribu

tions from the members to help de

fray local expenses.

The meeting was adjourned to meet

at 2 o clock on (November 19, 191

The World's Temperance Tay was

ohserved in the fWeirsdale church on

Sunday INov. 1st. The scientific tem

perance department had charge of

the daj A foeautiful program was

gotten up by Mts. Rast, aiiss Mur

ray ana uuss snooK. rine cnurcn

was decorated, heautifully with roses,

and other" love-

FOUND A gold bar pin. Owner

can have same !by describing prop property
erty property and paying for this ad., and

able reward. Call at this

office. r Tl-10-t

FOR RENT 'A furnished room

for two gentlemen or married cou

ple; electric lights, hath, etc.

rates reasonahle. Apply at 303 N.

nrnntra ctrpp,t after 5 n. m. '11-9-6t

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.WiA.xrnKDw-T.wo" reliable, energetic

mr. tn rah and collect. Refer-

on res reauired. Address,

Jackson, Gainesville,

Fla.

M. D.

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xeresi, ana nor witn tne laea or vin-

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aicaxmg any man, or serving anv

man's personal ambition. A man
shouldn't offer for the office unless
he has a sincere desire to serve his
fellow citizens to the best of his
ability, and the philosophy to accept
a good deal of criticism. On the
other hand, the people should keep
cool and not allow themselves to be
made catspaws, or harnessed up to
grindstones to sharpen anybody's
axes, or even their little hatchets.

LOO K ftL'EN; We will teach the har-

her trade and give' you a position

in a few weeks In our shops, Tools

ly flowers, the Union's (banners and

the United States flag.

The program was opened with a

prayer by Rev. ILogan, followed hy al

reading the opening sentences frora

the temperance day program.

Song By congregation "The Com-

ang uay.

Recitation "The Temperance Cap

and Button."

Recitation By six little girls.

Reading By pastor and congre

gation.

Reading, of the pledge hy the Sun

day school and presentation of a large

wall size pledge for all to sign.

Song "Give Us a Stainless Flag,'

hy all.

Recitation ."iFall in Line."
Dialogue "Who 'will Share," by
two hoys.

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TO OTHERS. OUR STORE GLEAMS V1TII PRETTY 013 013-JEOTS
JEOTS 013-JEOTS IN GOLD AND SILVER AND PRECIOUS GTONZ j.
BUY, YOUR 'JEWELRY FROM US. "VVE 'DONT OA RRY THE
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'phabet,' by thirteen boys and girl's.
Closing Song "A Saloonless "Na "Nation
tion "Nation in 1920." '
Mrs. Guthrey, Press Supt.

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down and $1'5 in ten days. You

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Song- fBy hoys and girls.
Recitation "The Temperance

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Three unfurnished rooms

married couple. Diusi

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Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wo
gruaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert -LattTier
distributor
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South Carolina Hust-Proof and
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Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the bowels.
.huh Jmnrm-P rhf iinnetite ani

strenertben the digestion; For

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"Last winter when "my little boy
had croup I got him a hottle of
Cham her Iain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly .believe it .saved his life," writes
Mrs, J. B. Cookrf Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. 1 am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale by all dealers. ad

KREGER'S for

fishing

tackle.

Cat Reasoned Vi3ely.
Romances quotes a remarkable tcr
about a cat's reasoning power. Whift
a paraCln lamp was being trir .:r.c-J,
some of the oil fell cn the back cf t:.
cat, and a cinder from, the 'fire ehortly
afterward touching it, the fur becrit
Ignited. Tbe cat instantly made for
thft door and, running up thfe village
street, plunged into the vzMz?
trough. She had seen her hums"
friends at home put out their kitchen
fire with v ter, and sh? must bvc
reasoned from this fact.



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Poern of not more than forty lines written on
l5THE OLD FASHION GARDEN"
Carrying out the idea of back to the. garden as a
means of reducing the high gost of living. j
To anyone writing on the abo "subject, either poem or irose.
and failing to get first cr serai:! premium, I will give $10- 'All pre-

miurns to apply as fir -ft payment on one of :hose $100 lots In 'Ma 'Marion
rion 'Marion Heights. Remember, I an giving frto, one 1000 bouse and
lot to the 'purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December 1st, H14. Judges will be name! later.

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Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,

: sanitary in every respect. (Jan

care for orders both large and
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Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address

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Pullman cars from Chicago," St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
intermediate points to Jacksonville. 1
DINING AND ODS ERVATION CARS
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J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
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OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slale, County and City Depository. ;

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who owns the dwelling: -the business property that stands
in your name?
of. course you think that you do; but are you light?
the que stion is worth -considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part,
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
It; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu-larpct.

floridx. title and abstract corporation

ocaiA, fla.

The first regular meeting for So So-vember
vember So-vember of the Board of Traie will
occur at. the Board of Trade head headquarters
quarters headquarters tonight. Commission gov gov-ernment
ernment gov-ernment anl other 'matters of im importance
portance importance will be considered. All
members should be present.

DUST STUDY IS MANKIND

iBaimoiinai

The following address was deliv delivered
ered delivered during the entertainment at the
regular meeting of Castle Lodge No.
19, Knights of Pythias, Qlonday eve evening,
ning, evening, iXovember 9th,. by Judge Will William
iam William iM. Gober, chancellor command commander
er commander of the lodge, and grand outer
guard of. the Grand SLodge K. of P.
of Florida. : Judge Gober is one of
the most enthusiastic as well as the
most consistent members that the
K. of P. have in the state, and is
always at his post or in attendance
at meetings' of either the local 6r
grand lodge:' ;
It has been, said that; the best
study of mankind is man, therefore
if we would know and understand
others we must first -know and un understand
derstand understand ourselves. If-we would un un-Jerstand
Jerstand un-Jerstand and know the feelings and
emotions of others,, we must first un understand
derstand understand those possessed by our ourselves.
selves. ourselves. Jf we are to understand the
value of deeds of kin dnes3 and acts
of love from others" we mst-first
learn to do those deeds of kindness
and acts of love to others. No man
who is incapable of appreciating
deeds of kindness and acts of love
towards himself is capable of doing
those things towards his fellow-man.
Time and customs may change and
pass away, governments may flourish
for a time, then totter and fall, those
things held to be eternal truths to today
day today may give way to a new school of
thought and held to ;be untrue a few
years hence; but human nature is
the same yesterday, today and to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, those things Which stirred
men's souls a thousand years ago,
stir men's souls today, the emotions
felt by the human heat cabturies
ago are felt by the human heart to today.
day. today. We are all by .nature' closelv
allied to each other bv human tics
that have never, and can never be
severed; we can not see one broken
hearted and in tears without having
our heart moved to sympathy, no
matter what the cause may be; we
cannot see one overjoyed with laugh laughter
ter laughter without feeling, a sense of mirth;
when we read a story wherein the
writer makes his hero weep we
know that the author's heart was sad
when those lines were penned, and
we feel a sympathy for the hero ;
when the atuhor. m'akes his hero
laugh with joy we know that thef au author
thor author smiled as he wrote those words
and we too smile as we read them:
all of which bears out the biblical
statement, that, "No man liveth to

Tilmself and no man dieth to him

self." 'Tt is said that during the dark
ages when men were cast into soli solitary
tary solitary and lonely confinement. where
their ears could hear no human
voices, where their eyes could see no
human form, that they went mad;
and well may we believe the truh of
that, for what punishment imagina imaginable
ble imaginable cduld be worse than that of be being
ing being deprived of human associations.
This being true on one hand, it is
also true that the closer we are re related
lated related and allied with our 'brothers
the more do we derive from this
life; the more friends we have, fhe
more do we understand and appre appreciate
ciate appreciate friendship; the more kindness
we do towards our brothers the more
do we understand and appreciate
acts of kindness toward ourselves.
.Xo man ever visited a sick brother,
relieved a worthy brother in distress,
or: comforted and assisted the wid widows
ows widows and orphans of a brother, that
did not feel better by having done
so. Then it Is our duty to form the
habit in our early fraternal life to
put into practice the principles of
friendship which we teach, which
brings its, own reward in a happier
existence fcr each of us. Damon and
Pythias put this into -practice in their
early lives and it followed them thru
all their years. They were boys to together;
gether; together; they were slaves to the same
tyrannic power; and both rose to
higher stations in life; Damon to
that of a senator of Syracuse, and
Pythias from a galley slave to a
king's soldier, and whether the story
of tDamon and Pythias "be a myth or

a true story, it does not exceed the
bounds to which true friendship may
j go. It is well to note that JDamon on
j rising to the high station which he
attained did not lose any of the ardor
in his friendship for Pythias, but re remained
mained remained true through all trials and
tests to which he was subjected. We
having adopted this beautiful story
as the cornerstone of our order, we
are taught that every true Knight is
the equal of every other true Knight,

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Lassitude undue fatigue sleepless nights low spirits, poor
appetite nervousness a general feeling that there is nothing good
or worth while in the world are indications that your stomach,
liver or bowels are not working naturally.
With your system in its present condition you are very apt
to be laid low by more serious ills. Now is the time to right
the wrong. Now is the time to bring to your aid

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Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is absolutely free from alcohol
and injurious drugs. You can take it and be certain you will find it a true
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we are banded together 'by hoops, of
steel 'for a common good, and the
;brother who possesses nothing more
than ,a true Pythian heart may mix
and mingle on equality with the
brother who may command his thou thousands:
sands: thousands: the brother who may have

reached .the height of social fame, Is i

on an equality with his brother npou
whom society has never smiled. Wo
hold that wealth nor social standing
are necessary to make a true Knight
of Pythias; that the little backwoods
farmer who goes about his daily toil,
providing for ;his 'home and loved
ones, ;w ho aids and assists his neigh neighbor
bor neighbor wherever -he, can, who goes forth
in th-9 morning, to 'his 'plow, .whistling
as he -goes, who comes home at night
and lays down to his slumbers with
a tired body but honest heart 'and
clear conscience, may be a greater
man and a far, better citizen than the
greatest financier that ever cornered
the stock market of Wall street. We

: hold that the-old gray haired mother

i n Isr a e i who g oes a bo u t h ef d a i 1 y
household duties! who visits the sick,
closes the eyes of the dead, who min ministers
isters ministers to those in distress, may be a
'better woman an d may have more
stars in her diadem than the fairest
queen that ever graced a ballroom
floor. fWe hold that, 'to share and
have .part in the sorrows of o.ur
friends broadens the vision, tempers
the heart, and makes golden the light
that falls upon the hearthstone where
we with loved ones dwell." d mako
this assertion, that he who -has never
rendered a service to mankind has
never rendered a service to God, and

this assertion is born out by holy ;

writ, for there it is said, was an
hungard and ye gave me n6 meat; 1
was thirsty and ye gave me no drink;
d was a stranger and ye took me not
in, naked and yet clothed me not,
sick and in prison arid ye visited me
not, inasmuch as ye did it not to -the
least of these ye did it not to me."
Therefore the words of Christ as our
authority, no higher service-can be
rendered our sMaker than that -of do doing,
ing, doing, these things which lie has com

manded. The following poem strikes
me as being- fitly spoken.
"Abou Ben Adheni (may his tribe in-
crease; r
Awoke rre niarht from a deep dream
of peace,
And saw, within the moonlight in his
room,
iMaking it rich and like a lily in
bloom,
An angel writing in a book of gold;
'Exceeding peace had made Ben Ad Ad-hem
hem Ad-hem bold,
Lnd to the presence in the room he
said, ..
'What writest thou? the vision rais raised
ed raised its 3iead,
And with a 'look of all sweet accord,
Answered, 'the names of those who
love the 'Lord.'
And is mine one?' said Abou. Way
not so,'
'Replied the angel. Abou spoke more
low,
But cheerily still, and said, 'I pray
thee then,
Write me as one that loves his fel-

lowmen.'
The angel wrote and vanished. The

next nignt
It came again, with a great waken wakening
ing wakening light.
And showed the names of whom love
of fiod had blessed

!And lo! Ben Adhem's led all the

rest."

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

PHONE 163

CARN BUILDING

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Ru Hev. Abbott Charles, Pres.

Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

StoLeo'CoI

Five Miles West ol Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio

CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL .COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOUTHS

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FALL TERn OPENS WEDfJESDA Y, SEPT. 16, 1914

SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

Pat;Y yon i7hnf RESULTS

long live up to our principles, but
say that an order with such noble
principles as ours can never die until
those principles die, and -those prin principles
ciples principles can never die as long as friend-,
ship warms the heart of onan. When
will the good work of our order
cease? v I answer, when the cradles
of the universe shall have 'been re returned
turned returned to the garret to arock. no
more; when the last tear shall have
been wiped from sorrow's eye; 'when
the dewdrops of heaven snail no
longer quench the sdhing thirst of
the flowers; when the roses of the
fields shall have t Vowed their last
sad good night to God; wnen thesun
shall have grown cold and is coffined
by destruction;, wlien the flast true
Knight shall -have crossed over the
river and heard the welcome plaudit
of well done 'thou good and faithful
servant, then and not until then, will
our good work cease.
.

PRETTY WINDOW DISPLAY

It has been charged that the

'not long endure, that we will not

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

2,000

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"QlintlGES;-::".-:-
Wearlyliccdy to Ship.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20acre
tract, all fenced but no other Im Improvements.
provements. Improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on ree3
almost ready to ship. BIg, ;fine
trees, mostly budded to; Parson
, Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone J25, OCALA, FLA

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nave auamea is most gratirymg. vve want to still rumier advance along mousma

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and to that end: will of fer many extraordinarily low prices,, during the ANMVERSAM

SALE in order to retain the goodwill of former patrons and also to make new acquaintance

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$1.19

Dadies: $1.50 gan metal, one strap Oxford, hexible

i3(le, pU.in toe. Sizes frrn 3 to Ifr,
Turico. I

Li.dles' Oxford!., $2 values, Vici Kid in fhiln toe
ii ad siiiErle sle, low heel. A nice conr!ortable
slioe: for 'house wear. E.ale j jj j
Lidies' OsfordJ, plain patent leather, or s strap,
heavy sole aid sharp tce. Regular, prie ; $2.50.
. A-s we, only tiave a, fe pair left we ar$ olosing
ithem out in this sale. Sizes fro ii 3 J if y Q
(1)5. Salo price only. J J. TT
Liidies $5:. 50 latent Leather Buttoa Oxforcts -with
cap toe. donee last, th new thics; for t lis year.
Almost any size you want. Sale- H -s Q Q
; pricft. ........ .. .IO
Luiiiea' $2.50 3run "Metal Button Oxford, vnp toe,
dome last, high raised toe; the re w -J An
lust. Sale price P.S. cO
Lji.Hes iligh V)p Shoes, -worth $:i,50. TVie sizes

run from 3 to 4. ?e are closing jh y q
ajhem out in this sale ifor . P .L x5

Ljiiies $2.50 Black Patent Ieatber Pu i.ps, the
nowXick last with meJiurn heel and AO
' medium weljht sole. 53ale price . P; jL i0

LiLfiies :t2.50 Gun 'Metal Black Pumps, th j LaSalle

Just 'wlh imedium "high heel aid a Jj 1 QO
anedium raised toe. Sale price. . JL 0

ILdies' 12.50 Satin Black Pump, sizes f ?:m 3 to

7 Vz. ?he iljaiSalle last, the new thing Q jJ
-chis s32.son. Sale pries. cO
I.;i,ciies' $3;25 Oun Metal and Pat;at LeaCier .with
i'modiu.m 'weisrht sole, flexible and durable well

iraadewelt and sole. Both, buttor and r 1

Oxfords. Ss.le price. HCfJ9J
Ladies' $3.50 to $4 Oxfords, Gun tMetal und Pat Patent
ent Patent Leather welt, sole3 very flexible awl dressy,
the new style for this season. Paterl ibutton,
patent iblucher, gun metal button and d0 OQ
gun metal blucher. :. ..... W
Ladies $3.50 to $4 high top tan shoes, 16 buttons
and iblucher with medium weight sole snd heel.
Very soft and pliable. Sale $2 98
Ladies' $2.75 Gun tMetal high top shoes, (oth low
and high heel, hoth button and blucher; medium
weight sole, "broad last. Sale d O OA

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LADIES SHOES Continued.

One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, Vici Kcld, narrow last,

sizes from 2 to 4..- Regular price $3.5 0. 1 As
we only have small sizes we are go- d) OA
ing to close them oift on this sale at P0

Ladies' $3.50 Tan Pumps, .baby doll last, low heel,

flexible sole, sizea from 2 to 5. iale
price.

One lot of Ladies high top iVici Kid, Blucher Shoes,

Tegular price $2.75, sizes from 3 to 4. As the
sizes are all small we will close them
cjtiin this sale -for. V. . P & vI7

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Mean's Shoes

Qle.u's $2.50 high top Elk Skin Shojs, the shoe that

leveirvtbody knoiv;3 rwill wear and give the service
for the working man. Sale (J j AO
.price. ......... P 1 0

Men's $1.75 5lom shoes, low heel, plain ftoe, soft

and comfortable. Siile Ct'l A7
price. ... . . .V. . . V I TT

Men's $3.50 Patent Leather Oxfords; rwelt vale, cap

tDe, iwasp last, the new last for ifhis season. Both

fl:utton and blucher styles. Sale Q9
iMen's $ 4 Oxfords iboth button anc. iblucher, patent
leather, welt sole, spider last md o aa
'wasp last. Sale price. ... .....
IMen's $5 Patent -Leatlier, jwelt S'Xles, ibutton and
'blucher, wasp, pider and plazor last, the new
Sitjtes for this season, hand sewini. AO
Sale price ; ...... i0

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'Men's $2 hats with roll axrim and high crown, well
made. Can he worn either way, tele- OA
scope or Alpine. Sale price. ... . V X .0.
Glen'e $2.50 hats, well made with medium high
crown (with wide brim, blue, black and tan. "Can
be worn either telescope or Alpine; nQO

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Men's $3.0 hats, sizes 7 to 734. If we have your

size in this lot it will pay you to take a look as
we are putting them in at a place to smoTe them.
They consist of almost any shape v;'' A A
you anay want. Sale priw. . ... . ... X i'0
Another lot almost the same at the J A GS
. price of ...... . ....... ; : P &mH:s.
We will try to give ou r customers just what they
-want. We will put on sale that3 ranging from $25
dx $3.98.
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Boy's Shoes
Boy's Shoes and Oxfords, regular $2.50 tf aq
rvalue, sale prico. ., pl c0
Boy's $3.50 Oxfords, gun metal ar.d patent, leather
welt sole, raised toe, well made and OA
very dressr. 53,'ile price. ... ... D0
Boy's $3.50 high top gun metal and paten.; leather
welt sole, button and blucher, well made and
dressy, raised toe, white oak sole, q aq
kid, also fancy. Sale price. 5 c0
Boy's $2 Shoes, medium weight sole, well made,
Wucher, mediura wide toe. The. very t i
thing for school wear. Sate price. P 1 t3i

isaoy bac sou soie uxrords, straps, white A 7

Men's Furnishings
iMen's soft shirt .'With collar, regular price 65c. Whey

are well made, tripes and white pat- ,A9,7

terns. Sal prico. ..... it wt

iMen's Shirts without collar, the regular 90c value.
IMade of stripes with cuff to match all A
V ready to attach to shirt. Sale price. JO C
iMen's $ 1.25 Shirt3, male with collar or without.
Both white and strijpes. 'Well made. A w
The shirt tihat ycung men .want. Price J C
(Men's 8c (Handkerchiefs, half inch hemxwhite, A
fine finish. Sale prke IrC

IMen's 10c -iHandkerchiofs, white with half

inch hem, well finished. Sale pcrice.
IMen's 50c fleece lined undemyear.w'ell
made drawers or hi;rt.! Sale price. .
IMen's 12c -half hojje, h lack and tan, well
made,. Sale price. ... . ... . . ... .
(Men's Silk half hose, -regular 35c values,
Sale price. . . . .............. ...
DRESS GOODS

65c all wool serge, 36 inches wide, blue, black,

nivy and gray. Sahj price, per
yard
75c iMohair, 44 inches wide, ne finish,
gray and black. SalC' price.
60c wool ibixjcade dress goods, 42 inches
wide, brown and blu. Sale price.

Aiter casting about for some 6s:,
house hold to offer as a soecicl

see the hundreds of really attrc

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ho have made our success oossible that we appreciate their patronage W sriviELS

hem Anniversary ale prices on every article in the store. A look at the figures
)elow will give an idea of many real values to be secured during this, sale. Gome
n and let's get acquainted if you are not already "numbered 'among
We expect to make this Anniversary Sale an annual event arid uarahtee Mtis Mtis-action
action Mtis-action on. every .purchase. . :.: .' :

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EXTRA SPECIAL
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A well made pair of Ladies' Hose Sup

porters for only 9 Cents. Only one
pair to a customer.

Men's Pants

$2.89

Men's $2 Pants with medium peg top, 'belt straps,

hip pockets, watch pockets, both light (f 1 I Q
and dark 'patterns. Sale -price, . P Zs

Glen's $2.50 Pants with ibelt loops, watch -pockets,

hip pockets, side ipockets, anedium peg top, med medium
ium medium size hem, iboth dark and light ( QO
patterns. Sale iprice V X JO

IMen's $3 Pants, peg .top, two inch hemrsvell made,

iwatch -pockets, ibelt loops, side pockets, hip
pockets, finely finished. Sale ZlQ
price.. )f'-sZJ
Men's $3.50 layfield Woolen CNlills pants known
the 'world over. They are well made with hip
-pockets, watch pockets, side pockets, two-inch
hem, nicely finished, iboth light and dark pat

terns, all fblue serge. Sale
price. ...... .v

Men's $4 well known iMayfield Woolen Mills Pants,
light patterns, well made, 'peg top, 2 -inch hem.
(Guaranteed by the factory to do as OQ
they say. Sale price POSJ
.Men's $5 to $6 May field Woolen DI ills Pants, peg
top, side pockets, ibelt loops, watch pockets, hip
pockets, 2 -inch hem, iboth light and dark pat

terns, also In navy blue and navy "blue -with small

stripe. Sale
price.

Boy's Pants, Knickerbocker style, well A7
made, regular 65c kind. Sale price. . T" C
Boy's $1 Pants, well made, side pockets, ibelt loops.
Made to fit and to wear swell. Sale 70
price J C
Boy's $1.40 Pants, belt straps, side pockets, hip
pockets, well made, both dark and fancy AO
patterns. Sale price. vOC

Boy's $2 Pants, well made, peg top style, belt loops,

side pockets, hip pockets, watch pocket, in

both dark and light patterns. Sale

price

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Miscelaneous Special

10 c
49 c
97c

$3.98

$1.49

Boy's 23c dark cloth 'hat. Sale price
each. .................. . . . .
Ladies' 75c black; and fancy colored petti
coats, made of satin, sale price . ...
Ladies $1.25 Petticoats, tolack, green,
tango. Sale '-price.'.,. . . . ... .

40c 'window slrades, 6 feet -by 38 inches. We only
have a -few left and will close these out Og
in this sale at the price of, each. . , OC

We "have about 40 canopies which we don't care to

carry over to next summer. TShey axe full size
and axe worth $175, and we will close this fine

-mosquito bar out during this sale

for.

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98 c
89 c

85c children's dresses. They are made out of per

cale and gingham. The sleeves are "half A Q
sleeves. Sale price ........ .. .... C

$1.25 children's dresses, ginghams and
(percales, sale price.
$1.50 children's dresses, made of percales
and ginghams, sale price. ...

'Ladies' $1.25 dresses, made of ginghams,

sale .price.

Ladles' other dresses ranging in price from 98c up.
Ladies 'Hats. We are closing out this depart

ment, and we are marking the prices so as to move

every one in tie house during this sale. The

rices will range as follows, from 23c to $2.98.

They must go regardless of cost.

(Ladies' corsets -have all ibeen cut. The prices will

range from 23c to $2.98.

Ladies 65c flannel gowns, well made for
the price. Sale price. . . .'. ....
Ladies' $1 muslin gowns, nicely finished
with trimming to match. Sale price.
Ladies' $1.25 muslin gowns, welL made.
Sale price. ............. ... . . .
Ladies muslin drawers. Sale
price. . . . . . .

$3.o0 oinap blankets, white. Sale

price.

Ladies Sweaters ranging in price from 98c to
$2.49.

Bargains

45c wool flannel, red and white, new and 07
fresh. Sale price, per yard. ... . .... O C
35c fancy plaids lor dresses. Sale price i)A
. per yard. 22& C
65c (black silk stripe poplin for trimming, a pj
Sale price, per yard C
50c silk stripe ratine, pink and brown. Sale o 7
price per yard OC
35c (Russian cord plaid dress goods, pink,
blue, lavendar. and- tan. Sale price yard &J C
'50c silk stripe poplin, almost any shade you $C
may waht. Sale price, per yard. : . OVC
$1.25 Belding's satin, almost any color, 36 f)A
Inches wide. Sale price, per yard. ... OtC

3oc sUk stripe poplin, all shades. Sale price
per yard. 4 S C
25c poplins, all shades except black. Sale V
price, per yard ,C
15c dress gingnams, guaranteed not to f s
fade; new patterns. Sale price, per yd. 'JL JL C

Asc uress gmgnams, last colors. Sale 3 f

price, per yard

10c dress ginghams, fast colors

Sale price,

47 c
79c
98c

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$2.69

SPECIAL
15c Corylopsis Talcum power, made 'by the Tal Talcum
cum Talcum Puff Company. Sale price 3 cans for 25c. Not
over three cans to a customer.

per yard. . oC

12c percales, 36 Inches wide, stripes, fancy r
darks and lights. Sale price isC
15c percales, 36 in wide, fine soft finish, 12
light and dark shades, Sale price yard. 1 JL C
7c bleaching, 2 7inches wide, sale price per r
yaTd . . . OC
8c prints in fancy colors and stripes, darks C
and lights. Sale price per yard OC
39c O. K. I. silk, plain colors. Sale price per qa
yard. ZtC
35c 'Fonlavds, blue with white dot, black r
with jwhito

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12 Jc cotton flannel, bleached, good qual- f

ny.- Sale price, per yard AUw

EXTRA SPECIAL
A large line of Ladies9 Hemstitched
tlandkerchiefs, only 2 Cents each. Only
5 to a customer.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, -WEDNESDAY, NOV. XI, 1914

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Better Babies Contest Regun tills
Morning
A visit to the Woman's Club at 11
o'clock this morning, the writer
found the better tables contest held
under the auspices of the Woman's
Club by the health committee well
under way. So thoroughly had iMrs.

11. C. Dozier, the chairman, iursv n.
L. Anderson, secretary, and the other
eighteen committeemen made their
arrangements that there wad no de delay
lay delay in carrying out -schedules and the
general movement of activity in all
departments was indicative of a sue
cessful contest.
The pronounced success of the in initial
itial initial contest last year, the widfr
scope of territory covered by the en entries
tries entries this year over last and the en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm shown 'by the general pub pub-lie,
lie, pub-lie, to say nothing of the vast Im Improvements,
provements, Improvements, the result of parents be becoming
coming becoming more enlightened on sub subjects
jects subjects of vital interest to the welfare

of all children, will make the letter
"babies contest an annual event in
Ocala. r The effect of the great move move-iment,
iment, move-iment, inaugurated iby the .Woman's
Home Companion, a monthly -publication,
lis being recognized through throughout
out throughout the country, as the most. 'bene 'beneficial
ficial 'beneficial movement now in progress of
development. The entries this year
were not limited to specific counties,
consequently during the three days
foabies from Levy, Lake and Sumter
will fbe tested the same as. (Marion
county babies. )
By the use of screens, the south

side of "the club house and the stage
is divided into compartments where
the examinations are1 made "by the
tphysicians, assisted by several nurses

from the Marion County Hospital.
The rooms are for mental, dental,
specialist, measuring and tphysical

Mrs. R. A. Burford, first vice pres president,
ident, president, has been appointed hy Ctfrs. C.
IR. Tydings, president, a delegate to
attend the federation convention In
Lakeland next week. The Ocala
Woman's Club is entitled to only
two delegates, including the presi president,
dent, president, and the members of the 'club
are elated that .their, capable presi president
dent president is to be accompanied to the con contention
tention contention by one of the club's .most
loyal and brilliant -members. The
Ocala club is particularly fortunate
again an, that it (has the federation
president, IMrs. William Hocker, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary, iMrs. Jack
Camp, music chairman, IMrs. D. E.
iMcIver, and chairman of state exten extension,
sion, extension, iMrs. B. T. Perdue, on its roster
and no club in the state will foe more
ably represented that the club of this
city. A number of other club mem members
bers members are planning to attend several
of the convention meetings, if not all.
Entertaining informally for CMiss
Goldie Buck of Xew York, IMrs. iPaul
Theus had as 'her guests last eve evening,
ning, evening, Misses Buck, 'Gertie Peyser,

(Mae Stein, Katharine Livingston,
Beulah Whitney, Mrs. C. W. Hunter
and iMrs.-rMoore of Charleston, S. C.
The living room and reception hall
were prettily adorned with yellow
daisies and for several hour3 auction
was played, after which a salad
course with hot chocolate was serv served.
ed. served. Divinity candy was on the ta tables
bles tables during the games.

Clmrmlng JFjeajfor Mist Johnson

Honoring IMiss Clara Johnson, a

bride of the coming week, iMiss An Annie
nie Annie Davis an5 Miss Kathleen Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, at the hdme of the former's sis sister,
ter, sister, iMrs. C.R. Tydings, were host hostesses
esses hostesses to a eautiful tea yesterday

entertaining nearly seventy-fiyej'Ayer and the club members, Misses

friends.

The Tydings hj

iMcDowell, Bettie iM elver, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, iMarguerite Porter, Mrs. C. B.
Ayer, iMrs. Frederick Hocker and
;Mrs. W. V. iXewsom, Jr.
3Ilss Schreiler Entertains at Auction
iMiss Dorothy Schreiber was host hostess
ess hostess this, afternoon to a delightful
and informal auction party, enter entertaining
taining entertaining the members of her auction
club and a few other friends.' The
five tables were placed in the draw drawing
ing drawing room and spacious library and

while the games wereMn progress
candies were enjoyed and at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the games hot chocolate,

sandwiches and cake were served, j

The prizes Included the usual club
trophy, cards, and a beautiful bou bouquet
quet bouquet of the season's choicest flowers,
chrysanthemums.
Enjoying thi3 lovely party were
fMisses (Mildred Groman, Adele (Bit (Bit-tinger,
tinger, (Bit-tinger, Hester Dewey, Alice Bullock,
lary Burford, Josle Bullock, Fanny
tftobinson, Edith Williams, Gertie
X'eyser, Goldie Buck, Eugenia Fuller,

Airs. Frederick Hocker, iMts. C. B.

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vas greatly ad-

red in ilsfloral decoration, a vari

colored motif heing developed with
pleasing effect in the reception hall,
parlor, library and dining room by
the use of quantities of pink vine

which at this season is -heavy ia
bloom, and daisies, roses and chry chrysanthemums
santhemums chrysanthemums interspersed with fern.
.. iMiss Elizabeth IHocker in a -white
hand-embroidered dress opened the
front door as the callers arrived and
just within, iMrs. Tydings in rose
crepe meteor, elaborately trimmed in
gold lace, 'and the mother of the
honoree, IMrs. T. IH. Johnson, wear wearing
ing wearing a handsome hlack gowfn wel welcomed
comed welcomed the guests, inviting them to
the punch table placed at the oppo opposite
site opposite end of the reception hall. Serv Serving
ing Serving the delicious punch were blisses
Ruby Gissendaner and Ethel Hay Hay-craft,
craft, Hay-craft, both wearing lovely pink

gowns and picture hats, the former
blacn and the latter pink with pink
willow plumes. 6
(Mtrs. Bunyan Stephens in white
and Mrs. Frederick Hocker In cor a J
pink, received between the (reception
room and parlor and in the parlor 4
delightful pause was made while the
(hostesses and young ladies standing
with them were neing greeted. JMiss

Xavis wore yellow crepe de chene,
;Miss Jackson, white messaline, IMiss
Johnson, yellow crepe meteor, IMrs.
iR. iN. Dosh, a pretty (bride of October,
White, and diss elma Rizer, yellow
brocaded; charmeuse.
iMrs. E. G. Peek, in white, asked
the ladies to the dining room. There

they were served to marshmellow

dainty, white cake and, minjts by
iMisses Agnes Dalzell, Leslie Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, 'Roseh u d vRoib i n son El 1 en C 1 a rk-

son and IMargaret Jackson. The nap napkins
kins napkins were passed by two dainty little
maids, 'Misses IMargaret IHocker and
Sarah Johnson. The dining table
was centered with a casket filled
with small white chrysanthemums
and fluffy ibows of yellow tulle adorn adorned
ed adorned the tall 'handle.
The library was converted ; Inf o a
typical Japanese tea room. Beneath

a large umbrena, IMrs. C B. Ayer,
Misses (Elizabeth iMizelle and Cath-

Josephine Bullock, Victoria Raysor, arine Livingston, in handsome Jap

anese kimonas poured and served

tea, ginger and sunshine wafers. The
lights in the chandelier were shaded
in Japanese lanterns and the guests
were invited to this picturesque re

treat hy iMiss -Fanny .Robinson. An Another
other Another feature of the Japanese den
was the placing of recipes, hrought
by the guests, into a handsome illus illustrated
trated illustrated cook hook, bound in soft red
leather. IMisses .Davis and Jackson's
tea was one of the very loveliest of
the year.
Invited to join the hostesses and
young ladies assisting, at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the tea, were the .fallow

Ing youns: men: tDrs. Harrv Walter 3

H..C. Counts. (Messrs. iR. B. iMeffert,

Phil Robinson, Holmes Walters tfnd

Pete;IcIntosh. A tempting supper
of creamed chicken and peas in tim tim-bals,
bals, tim-bals, sandwiches, "pickles, wafers.

marshmellow dainty, tea and wafers
was relished.

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IM anion Dewey, Ellen Clarkson, vel-

lie Gottlieb, (Ruby Gissendaner,
Rosebud flFloblnson, iMary IMcDowell
and IMrs. Herbert Lattner. .Misses

iDorothy and iMarion Lpng and iKath iKath-leen
leen iKath-leen iSpencer joined the players late
in the afternoon.
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Eastern Stars ; r
: There will be a special meeting of
Ocala chapter .Xo. 29, O. E. S..
this evening at Yonge's hall. At
this meeting IMrs. English of tSt. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, grand matron of Florida,
will e present to inspect the work.
Mrs. Annabelle Reed, past grand
matron and Mr. E. 1. WTe'bster, -grand
patron, will also be present.
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W C. T. U. Oyster Supper

Next (Friday, iXov. 1 3th, from K2: to
1 o'clock and from '5 to ill o'clock,

the Woman's Christian Temperance

Union will serve oysters, prepared in
all styles, at the armory.

The stork -visited the home of MrA

and Mrs. Emory W. Leaven good on

North Magnolia street last night ancy

left with hem- a
haby boy.

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.HMTSTlE'rAihearn and iba'by returned

yesterday from a hrief Tilsit to Dade
City. iMr. G. T. Lrtddon, who ac accompanied
companied accompanied his daughter down.wi!l
remain In (Dade City for an extended
visit to his brother, .Mr. Charlie, Lid Lid-don
don Lid-don and family.

. IMrs. W. K. Zewadski, iwho' has
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convalescing.
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IMrs. W. D. Turnley af teHa visit of

a iweeK to ner Drocner, uur. vv. i-.
Gary and sister, IMrs. iHelvenston,
'wdirreturn tomorrow to her home in
(Fort Meade.
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will hold its regular meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon: at 3:30 o'clock at the
library rooms. f

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This line is even more extensive
than ever before. The Quality of

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iMr. and iMrs. James Wilson of
Kearney, CCeb., are winter visitors to
the city.. TJiey are guests of iMr.
Wilson's ibrother-in-law and sister,

(Mr. and M.rs. William Preece, at

their cottage on South Pine street.

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Permanent W alls at
Lower Cost
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
, and samples
J. D. McCASKILJj,
State Agent, OCALiA, KLA

Sewing Party for Miss Johnson
'Another pre-nuptial party has heen

added to the series, arranged espe

cially in compliment to iMiss Clara

Johnson. .This time (Miss Fannv

(Robinson was the lovely hostess and

her -party was an interesting event of

the. morning. (Fourteen srveeial

menus were i&iaon to her attract

ive, home to "While away pleasantly a

couple of hours with the bri de-el ec
and incidentally initial a dozen and

more tea napkins.

tAt noon a delicious lunch of fried

oysters, hot biscuits, pickles and tea

was served. IMiss iRobinson, in en
tertaining her 'guests and serving
was assisted hy ther mother, tMrs'. M
E. Robinson and sister, 'Miss (Rose
bud Robinson.

The following young lames were

present: (Misses Johnson, Zelma iRiz

er, Kathleen Jackson, Tom mie Stand

ley, tAaeie viiitunger, wester ana uua-i
rion Dewey, "Nellie Gottlieb, Anna!

tMr. and (Mrs. Charles Swain, Mrs

B. M. Swain of Anthony and V their

guest, Mrs. WcDaniels of Sarasota,

were morning visitors. They came

especially to enter the ( attractive
baby of !Mr. and IMrs. Swain in the
better babies contest now .heing held
at the Woman's Cluh.
A eongenial party,' consisting of
air. -George K. Robinson and, iMiss iMisses
es iMisses Wy.nona iWetherbee and Ethel
Haycraft, of this .' city and Messrs.
Daniels and FJagg of Boston, are en enjoying
joying enjoying .themselves today in iMr. -F. E.

Wetherbee's
Springs.

launch on.. Silver

yfMr. and Mrs. John Walkup of iMc iMc-ilntosh
ilntosh iMc-ilntosh were irTtown today in tneir

car. -.. The car was driven toy air.

Claude IIayoraft, who is now in the

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In Small, Medium and Large
Boxes Purity Guaranteed
This is the drug store where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, creams everything
you need in candydom. We will make up
assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try
cofftssue i owels
They Save Housework
You can't tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
fjrease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
iquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy whitt.
Large rolls, 10c.
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nett has returned from his summer
home in Indiana, for his annual vis

it to ihis Candjer orange grove. !He is
stopping at the Jones House. ;

IMr, and IMrs. John (Haller, of (Bea

ver Falls, iPav are 'here for the win winter,
ter, winter, having arrived Saturday after-

noon. :

iMonday afternoon iMr. and iMrs.' S.

Dustjn ; arrived from Batavia iN. Y.f

and are occpi)yirig their 'bungalow.

iA short temperance program pre

ceded the sermon in the iPresbyter-

ian church Sunday morning.
'iMr. Harry Baxter was the first to

ship a carload of cirrus fruit.

iMr. J. iMathews has his packing

house in operation.

Olisses 'Price, of Oklawaha, spent

fFriday and Saturday as. the guests of

iMrs. Thomas Gillispie.

Mr. Chas. 'Mathews has rented the
old post office "building and is to con conduct
duct conduct a cigar factory in same.
(Miss Annie McKinney Is having a
cottage erected on iher lot.
tMr. and iMrs. :Henry Clark, IMiss
iDdna Clark and IMrs. Clark's sister,
IMrs. Healey, of Southampton, L. I.,
are 'here for the .winter and occupy occupying
ing occupying the Clark residence.
tMiss Iaura Brush, of IDong Island,
is stopping at the Jones House.
iMrs. 'Lucy (Freeman -was shopping
in Ocala Tuesday.
Mr. Chas. iMathews visited in Ocala
part of the past week.
The first meeting of the literary
society organized last week by the
young people of the town will be
held Friday evening at seven o'clock
in the school 'building. A (pie table
and candy hoth will ibe in evidence for
financial purposes.

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V V and complete line of the best Known mak

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

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to lighten the load-on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice iuan of yours.

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A Dollar
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So buy your groceries from the
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OCALiA 'GROCEUY COMPANY,
and save money -- -Every
little bit fhelps. Full weight
and masure guaranteed v '
1 iouihI Bliss Coffee. .... .30c
,3 pounds best Ilice. r . . .25c
1 qt good Forida Syrup. . .20c
1 bottle ood Fla Syrup. Oo
Irisli potatoes per pk 20c
BACON per pound ........ lGc
5 pallors oil. .'. ....... 1 ICOc
Everytliing cheap for cash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Company,
Xext to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
Greatest of fill
lluman Blessings
The most wonderful thing in the world
Is love expressed In the helpless Infant.
And amone those
aids and comforts for
expectant mothers is
the well known
"Mother's Friend."
This Is an external
application to enable
the abdominal mus muscles
cles muscles to become more
pliant, to expand
naturally without
undue tain from the
strain upon cords and ligaments.
Applied aii directed upon those muscles
Involved it soothes the fine network of
nerves with which all the muscles are
-supplied. Thus a great share of the pains
so much dreaded may be avoided and the
period of expectancy passed in comfort.
There -Is no question but what such
relief has a marked influence vpon the
general heal"h of the mother.
In a little book sent by mail much use useful
ful useful .information Is given to Inexperienced
mothers. It tells how to use ''Mother's
Friend" and how to avoid caking breasts.
It has been prepared n our laboratory
for. over forty years and is known favor favorably
ably favorably to most, druggists everywhere. Get
i bottl to-Bay and .write foe4 book to
Bradfield Regulator Co.. 309 Imar P.ldg
Atlanta. Ga. Be sure to "ask,i for and
sh that you get "Mother's. Fri-"
L ALEX AM PE ES
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives -more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
"French Briar."
"Frcich briar" is produced m
Sicily, Calabria, Corsica and of late
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Also Interesting Sketches of Ijevon
. and Pedro ;
03ellevlew, Nov. 10. (Mr. and 4Mrs.
J. S. Shade of Jacksonville spent the
week-end in town, visiting with' their
friends, iMr. and IMrs. V. D. P. Pratt.
IMrs. Sam IMillican made a 'business
trip to Ocala last Saturday.
LMr. and Mrs. I. 1. Strongr of Ocala
spent the week end-in town ai siting
with (Mrs. Strong's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac 'Nichols.
iMiss Gertrude Carter-of Conant is
in town visiting with her friend, Miss
Annje Adams.
?Mr. :Earle !A. Davenport made a
business trip to Jacksonville last
week.
, IMr. and (Mrs. tXewton D. Skinner of
Woodstock, Ot., arrived in town' Sun Sunday
day Sunday and have opened up their cot cottage
tage cottage 'for the winter. v ;
li is expected that Mr. and Mrs. C.
P. Austin jwill arrive in the near fu future
ture future as guests of Mr. and (Mrs. Skin Skin-ner.
ner. Skin-ner. -'
Mr. and IMrs. Harold Kendell of
Boston arrived in town last Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, and expcjct to spent the winter
with Mrs. sKendell's parents, (Mr. and
'Mrs. W. S. Merrill.
IMr. Edward iRomer, who left here
several weeks ago, arrived last (Mon (Monday
day (Monday from Cleveland; Ohio, having
stopped at. different 'points on the 'way
down. ;
Mr,' Sands. iHaviland is always
making improvements. This time he
is extending his dining room on the
east side, which will give him con considerable
siderable considerable more room. -; ', r
,lMrs. Buchannon and daughter of
CSTew York City arrived last Monday
from Summerfield and are stopping
at the Collins Cottage. They have
visited different points in the state.
spending one week in Jacksonville,
another -week In Ocala and quite a
lengthy visit at Summerfield, and!
have about decided that Belleview is
good enough for them,' and have
camped for the winter.
IMr. W. S. Cogswell has returned j
frcm Jacksonville, where he went to!
look after his real estate interests.
Mr. rvv. J. Piatt, a former turpen
tine operator of Pierce, Fla., has a
car of household furniture, "farming
implements and twenty, head of hogs'
on the siding that is being unloaded
and carried out to the Charter Oak
section, where iMr. Piatt will en-i
gage in farming. j
IMr. J. J. Braithwaite, -the painter j
and decorator, has made an elegant
job of touching up the town 'hall.
The walls have been nicely tinted,
the woodwork re-varnished and the
"hcuui ui exit? man mxii ueen xoneu
up to give it a very genteel look
t The .writer drove over to the Pedro
section the other day by way of what j
was once upon a time tLevon. The
morning was fine, and as we (bowled
along the hard road, out past where
!Dad Hardison is getting ready to!
ibuild him a home, we noted the im-j
provements ahout to he made in this
end of town, and from the looks of j
things, in the course of another year
there will ibe several houses built in
this section. Further along we came
to JMr. (Warren Smith's big farm, j
t
with its neat bunch of (buildings
standing out clear on the top of a
rise of ground to the east 0f the
BUY A BALE
I do not say, because cotton is not!
my (business, but I do call' the at
tention of 'Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tohac-
co Chewer, who huys a pound of my
El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (which equals fifty good
cigars) to the Tact that you .will find
are fond of chewing, you will find
this .tobacco pure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own product,' the 'clippings
of my cigar factory cut up and the
dust abstracted therefrom, and con-
caining a combination of pure cigar
leaf tobacco that costs as high as
$4 a pound. Atrial will convince
you This tobacco is put up in 2, 4,
8 and 1 6 ounce packages.
Yours truly,
EL.TKOPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHARLES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOV. Ut 1014

cAn'7 Sou He Aft i
I4IM pa: ITU
road, and just beyond to the' south,
on the west side of the road, is the
fine, big, eight-room house being
built by IMr. Hush, the contractor, for
(Mr. David Ototschi'ld. We then
swung off to the -west and made a bee
line for Ievon, and in a few minutes
we came to the old site of the Mill Mill-som
som Mill-som iLumber. Company's mill, now
only a heap of sawdust, and a wilder wilder-aiess
aiess wilder-aiess of -weeds, .but d could not help
thinMng of jBiIl and his game chick chickens
ens chickens and the next thing we 3tnew the
horse was pulling through deep sand,
and coming down the road 'was 'Mr.
Tom 'Proctor, imouiited on a .big black
horse. The horse -looked .good and
Tom looked good, so we attached him
to our train and he acted as our es escort
cort escort all the way to Pedro. We soon
came to a heavy wooded thicket and
the place was pointed out where
Sarah Howard was murdered a few
years ago. It was so dark and dis dismal
mal dismal looking that we 'hastened on, and
soon we wrere d riving through the
once thriving and hustling little town
of Levon. No more do the hogs
come out and ruib themselves on
one's wheels as you drive (by ; no
more shiney-f aced pickanninles peep
at you from behind doors and fences,
and we missed the sing-song! of the
colored women as they hent over the
wash tubs,, to their task of, washing
and hanging out clothing. There was
no crowd around the ibig hall and
store, and as we sighted the office
'building, I almost looked to see (Mr.
'Frink, the manager, come out wear wearing
ing wearing his: perennial smile, hut no such
thing happened, for upon looking
around at the hig mill th fere was no
Seifi Us oiir
Orders 'Fof:
I Beams
Channels,
Angles and
All Shapes.
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel,
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets,
Truss Rods,
Stay Bolts ':
, Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches, 7 M,
Dories ana
Skiffs
Built to '
Order.
Boilers and 1
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps lor all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work at all
Times.
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
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merchant's & Miners I Trans Co
STEAMSHIP LINES
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PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
service. Wireless telegraph on. all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.

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QVRANTINE ON lCVrif
tAXJLOWSO TO COME
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deserted, and the hundreds of houses
that once formed this flourishing
village; were gone; njuietness prevail prevailed,
ed, prevailed, and it was indeed the deserted
village. iMy: thoughts went out to
the hundreds of children that know
this place as home and 'birthplace,
and I wondered if in years to come
they twill look for the place where
th ey were born and find it not. A
catastrophe has struck this little sec section
tion section of country. This hig mill gave
employment -to 'nunureas ana sup-
ported hundreds of others who were
dependent on their labor. U also
was a veritable gold mine to the far farmers
mers farmers of this section, who always
realized cash for their crops right at
home, in the market created toy. this
hig industry. (Now it is gone forever.
Prosperous Pedro
(It -was sad to contemplate, so we
drove on and very soon the scene
changed from vast expanses of cut cut-over
over cut-over pine land to axws of fences clos closing
ing closing in the road on either side, giving
indications of cultivation and careful
tilling. This showed to: ibe a farm farming
ing farming country, pure and simple, 'and
after pursuing our way thusly for
several miles we came to what is
known as 'Proctor's M111 and just
beyond within sights stood the Proc Proctor
tor Proctor (homestead, where IMr. Alf Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, 4the sage of Pedro, presides over
the destinies of his vast farming and
milling interests" and here d found a
typical (Florida home, where peace
arid plenty and comfort abound in al almost
most almost luxurious abundance. Talk
about eating, -which is my long suit,
why here was the place where; eat
was put in the .word eating. A super superabundance
abundance superabundance of food was served that
would make the ordinary cafe menu
, look like a last year's almanac. Bis Biscuits,
cuits, Biscuits, three stories high, cornbread
so light and' fluffy; that it had;to he
held down, new Irish and sweet (pota (potatoes,
toes, (potatoes, several kinds of meats, home
canned tomatoes, relishes and a doz dozen
en dozen other dainties and Solids; all
home gro wn were served and the
two big tables that it took to accom
modate the guests and family fairly
groaned 'beneath the -weight of the
bounteous repast, and every one
there brought their appetite with
them and did justice to every dish
served. Right after dinner, Toin
hitched the Worse to the huggy and
we drove around the neighborhood
and viewed Pedro, the farmer's par
adise. We passed the different Terry
brothers' farms, that of (Mr. Blck
"Lewis."'- At Mr. Qlealey Proctor's
they .were killing hogs, six fine big
dressed ones were hanging up and
they, were preparing to extract the
squeal from a seventh. At iMr. Wal
ter .Nichols' place every v one twas
busy grinding cane and 'boiling syrup,
and so it was everywhere we went
everyone was 'busy, and upon our ar arrival
rival arrival back at the house the young
people abandoned themselves to
pleasure, and say, it was the pure ar article.
ticle. article. A harmonica, piano and organ
set us all to tingling, and II won't
tell you what we did for fear of be being
ing being expelled from the church. Talk
about home life and happiness, "this
is where it is made, and I could hard hardly
ly hardly help from envying them their hap hap-ply,
ply, hap-ply, care-free 'life. One thing I no noticed,
ticed, noticed, and that 'was the people of this
section are firm "believers in the
Ocala Weekly Star. Whereever one
finds a happy, prosperous commun community,
ity, community, there one is sure to find the Ocala
Star.
OPEN DAi AND NIG FIT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any io nr. Adv.
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES INDIGES-"
" INDIGES-" TION
It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent .Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them foy IMrs. Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges
tion was so poorjthat I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It ried every-
things that I heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver
tised and get a bottle of them, did 1
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few (bottles of them my digestion is
fine." ; For sale by all dealers. ad

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' and .Electric InsMiitc .-
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance betveenThe
Murray Co., and Troxler'sstandsl
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Uun
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines .r'
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We Aim
To Be Upright in Our Dealings
: We .Put
OUR lEATS UP RIGHT --
' Making it !Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM

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;JAI1ESUS Mp:
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 Ocala, Florida

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QCAIiAt FliOIUPA

First consideration and especial,
11 MMipASir
Teams Fop Ecnt M
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
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3LCI1INE REPAIRING
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience 1
sewing niachine repair man and !f
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally lie. 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.
Respectfully, B. Goldman,
11-2-tf Ocala, Fla.

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attention given to small tracts.
mm&$Vdo
oM antl Heavy nanlina
We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
1NVESIGATE.
BEST COUGH 3LEDICINE FOR
CIIIliDREN
"Three years ago when'I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed clread
fully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a 'bottle of Cham-
fited ihim'at once. t I find it ths be t
cough' medicine for children :bec;iuso
it is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," -write !Mra. ta ta-fayette
fayette ta-fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. ThU
remedy contains no opium, and may
be eiven a. child as confidently a3 to
!a. adult. Sold by all dealers ai

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THE OCALA EVENING STAlUHVEDXESUAlV SOW ItTlOld
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Uneeda Biscuit
Nourishment fine fla flavor
vor flavor purity crispness
wholesomeness. All
for 5 cents, in the
moisture-proofpackage.

G rah a r.1 Crackers

A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
strengthening. Fresh
baked and fresh de delivered,
livered, delivered, xo cents.

A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp and always
fresh. 10 cents.

Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that Name

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Fiery Blood
Disorders Checked

I OCALA OOClfRRENCES 1

BoaTd of Trade meets tonight.

iMoose meet tomorrow evening.

iP. U. of A. meets tomorrow night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

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

..Mr. AV. AV. iMartin was a recent
business visitor to Tampa.

CLOSIXG OUT ODD iAJNT BXD
ST ATI OXER Y at reduced prices at
KREGER'S.

Leggins, hunting coats, saddle
bags and other huuter's necessities,
at the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
"Why 'Pay iMore." 11-7

The Colonial Hotel which has been

undergoing repairs for the past twq

months will be- in full operation
within a. day or two. The dining
roam is in charge of tMrs. iR.E. Bri Bri-ganee,
ganee, Bri-ganee, who is noted as one of the
city's best caterers.

jpennan's and ipillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily ty Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

Max.

?iGH 56M 'Sjffik ?&akJ fiCX

U Cfc 1 W C

5:W

Neve

Nov. 1 .
Nov. 2 .

Nov.

Nov. 4
Xov. 5
CSTov. 0
Xov. 7.

.76
.7S
.77
.80
.80
.79
.79

Not 8... 79
OCov. 9 . .'. . .74
'Nov. 10.. 72

Min.
51
55
r o
58
53
54
54
5G
62
68

R. F.

Fair tonignt and Thursday, not
much change in (temperature extreme
northwest portion; fair tonight, ,rain
Thursday afternoon or by night.

SOME TREASURED HEIRLOOMS

During the four days of the !Mar-ion-Sumter
Fair -we will give, 10 per
cent discount on every purchase
made. Little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf

A. typographical error in iMr. T. W.
Troxler's franana advertisement for

yesterday's (prices made "him consid- f Victoria, -the (best loved, of all of

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Sources of Disease are
Cleaned and Blood v
Purified ''

P.

mm

Those who have used B. S. S. marrel marrel-at
at marrel-at the way It checks blood diseases. Sec
man today with his skin all broken out;
cj him ajxaln in a week or two after usin
S. S. and he is a wonder to behold, all
cleared up, skin healthy, eyes bright, a big
smile rtrlaces the droop. What is S. S. S.
th;it can accomplish such wonderful re results?
sults? results? First of all it is a natural medi medi-cine.
cine. medi-cine. Like milk, egS3 and other foods that
can r.ct le imitated, S. R. S. owes it to
Natuie fcr its povrrr to overcome disease
just hs food prevents emaciation. S. S. S.
is no: a combination cf prcccription drugs.
It is a preparation direct from medicinal
plants that retains all t'ie virile potency
of what ve need, what Vv-e raust have m
the tlood to counteract, those destructive
tendtrcles that assail us throughout life.

If it were not -fcr c;:r nrtural secretions to
sustain us, aided l.y such known helps as
S. S. K. there would be small chance of

any of us s.:

3g Chllfhocd.

Get a Lottie of R. fi. o- today from any

dru.r'st but be careful to avoid the sub
ctitutfs palmed off on the unwary. S. S. S.

is prepared enly by The Swift Specific Co.,
V,?, fiwift Eldg., Atlanta. Ga., and for pri

vate nedieal advice write briefly your

symptoms to their medical department.

tiice excellent care of you.

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PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor 51.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-
J. lu SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

erable trouble. It should have read

"15 cents per dozen," while it ap appeared
peared appeared as 'li cents per dozen," wliich
iwas understood as 11 cents iby many
of his patrons and caused mucli 'tele 'telephoning
phoning 'telephoning and explanation.

A few extra large sizes of hunting

coats. Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
"Why Pay More." ll-7-4t

IMr. Oay (Livingston spent a few

days in (the city recently en route to
-
his home in Kissimmee from St.

Louis, and while liere he was the

guest of his mother, EVIrs. T. H. Liv

ingston, at her -home in 'Riverside.

Metropolis.

iGeorgc Giles has locked in his big
safe at the cotton factory twp medals
which he 'prizes above any of his
other possessions. He showed them
to a Star reporter Tuesday. They
are two ofvthe solid silver medals,
each larger than a silver dollar and
suspended from a silver bar pin,
that were given to British soldiers
for unusi al or very conspicuous acts
of "bravery during the Crimean war,
Hay "Great Britain, and came down to
Giles from his father, now many
years dead. The medals were pinneJ
to the breast of the coat of Joseph
Giles, father of George, by Queen

Hot drinks of

Court Pharmacy.

all kinds at the
2-6t

CLOSING OUT ODD iAJND END

STATIONERY at reduced prices at
KREGER'S.

England's sovereigns, with her own

hands, after the close of the great
war, one of the most bloody In all of

England's Hong 'history.

Josepn "Giles -was an (Englishman
and served his country for years in

her foreign wars. The medals were

won for service at Sebastopol and

are dated 1 85 4 and 1855 an'd 'have
dies' name, regiment and number
engraved thereon: His regimental

nunrber was 3674 and his regiment

the Thirty-IXinth.

ISome years after the war, Jose pa

Giles (moved to the Bermuda Islands,
married a native "Bermudan woman

and raised a- family. George was

'born there, coming to New York City

'30 years ago, and 125 years ago to

Ocala, where he has lived ever since.

SMALL FARM FOR SALE

The report that little 'OOon MciRae

had blown his thumb off was exagger

ated. The explosion made a 'painful

wound, 'but -was not serious. Some

of his military friends seem to ;have
given Don one of the regulation ri

fle cartridges, so lie had a narrow es

cape.

(Free telephone service for the pub

lic at. the Rexall Store at the fair.
Telephone me at the Rexall Store on

the fair grounds. Gerig's. 11-10

W. K. Lane, 31. D.f Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, (Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

At the meeting of Tulula Lodge, I.
O. O. iF., last night, Messrs. J. D.

(MdCaskill and Barney 'Spencer start

ed from Jerusalem down to Jericho.

They made the trip safely and are

back in Ocala this morning.

(For sale cheap, a two acre tract,
all fenced, five room house, good weIl
of water, two miles west of Ocala

near A. C. L. tracks. Address own

er. W. J. kelson, city. wl-d-6tll-ll

The ipuolic is invited to "use our
telephone, free of charge, while at
the fair grounds. Gerig's the Rexall

Store. . 11-10

" tWe will have .an individual tele

phone at the fair grounds for the

use of the public, free of charge
Gerig's. 11-10

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Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure
and wholesome. It is made from highly re re-fined,
fined, re-fined, pure, cream of tartar, an ingredient of
grapes. Not an atom of unwholesomeness f
goes into it; net an unwholesome influence
comes from it. It perfectly leavens the food,
makes it finer in appearance, more delicious
to the taste, more healthful.
Its superiority in all the qualities that make
the perfect baking powder z never questioned.

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WOMAN'S LlJXILTARy

Notice, is given ofvthe packing of
the Advent box, which is-packed an annually
nually annually iby the Woman's Auxiliary of
Grace 'Episcopal church. This year
the 1ox will go to ;Rev. B. Aileri,
Waynesville, N. C, for the ibenefit of
the mountain missions under his

charge. Contributions are solicited
both from the anemfoers of the church
and congregation. 'New and second. second.-hand
hand second.-hand clothing, clean and in a con condition
dition condition toV give comfort and service
to the people of a colder climate will
be thankfully Teceived. 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 la crcr.t.
A committee will call on each mem member
ber member of the church, and congresatibn
and contributions may bo rent to
Mrs. C. L. Uittingcr's not, later than
the twentieth of thi3 month;' that t'
box may "jo .packed as soon' as f.z
ble after that date so as not to !:::. r r-fere
fere r-fere ."vntli fair week.
His. C. iL. BIttingcrt Secretary.

ill! wnm -fwv r'"s tt I "-
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HOW'S THIS?

Smokeless shells, 55 cents a box at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
"Why Pay more." 11-7

Anna Wise, a well lenown and
much respected colored woman, died
last night, and was buried near her
old home at Shady Grove this morn morning.
ing. morning. She had been aservant in a
number of white families in Ocala,
notably that of Judge D. S. Williams
and the Carmichaels, and they held
her in high estimation. 'She was a
widow about 4 5 years old, and left
three children.

A good many fine oranges, princi principally
pally principally Parson Browns, are .being
brought to town and sold at low
prices from the wagons. iMr. D. A.
Luther of tLynne .brought in a load of
specially good ones from Electro,
this morning.

eOXCOIUMA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternar Unior
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

XOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, 'legatees, distributees, and all
other (persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly -proven to the undersigned "with "within
in "within two years from this date, to-wit:
This 23rd day of October, A. D, 1914.
F. P. Gad son,
George Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla 'Cody, deceased. 10-2S-wed

We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot 'be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. . ." r;
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, 'have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15, years,
and believe -him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by bis firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh C if re is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces, of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's 'Family.
Pills for constipation. ad

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 ate
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.;

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Merchants' Block

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Ocala, Florida

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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

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Sim jomiir Ihomme

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Wclver' El Mac&ay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EfrlBALHERi
Fine Caskets and Durial Robes
I. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHOXES
D. E. 3IcIV ER . 104
C V. ROBERTS . .303
Undertaking Office 47

cm TAXES x
The city tax books have ibeen open
for 'payment of 1914 "taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they !be 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.
Office in court-house. 11-6-t

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
, The tax books for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
open.
Be sure and .bring or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
ibill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the .possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
; Dcn't forget that the law allows a
two (2 ) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2ra Tax Collector 'Marion Co.

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Rox 51 C. Local ci ci-Loi:;;
Loi:;; ci-Loi:;; Distance .Phone,

XOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed
receiver in a certain cause1 pending
in iMarion county, Florida, circuit
court, in which Oklawaha Ttiver
Farms Company is complainant, and
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, will sell
at the Oklawaha River Farms, near
Oklawaha, in IMarion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on
November 12th, 1914,
beginning at the hour of 10 o'clock
in the forenoon, seven hundred and
eighty-one (781) bushels of corn
now in the possession of said receiv receiver,
er, receiver, or so much thereof as may re remain
main remain unsold at thai iime. Informa Information
tion Information in regard tc the sale may be had
by application to J. B. Martin, re receiver,
ceiver, receiver, Oklawaha, Fla.
11-3 J- B. iMartin. Receiver.

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I AM. now in business for myself. Conducting a lllgh Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give yqu the best there
is, and as much as any one else in 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

Good Old 60 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon . CJ gQ

Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In jugs,
at per gallon . O jO

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

gallon

$1.75

Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet 'the price of any- other
legitimate house. .-

Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will b3
welcome, and be treated right at all time3 and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place.
The FIXEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it Ja bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

p;'jpnopniETon-:

OCALA, FLOQIDA- ;

Mim To :'MISE

Advertise In the STAR for results.

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J. B. M0ZII1G0. Watchmaker
All kinrfs nf Tfwflrtr Tvup. Y

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writer Sewing Machine and y
Graphone Repairing prompt- j
executed. Prices reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed. v

216 S. Magnolia Street

Height of Mpplner-.
Gretchen, the little German "mcli,
was given a dress belonging to cr;o
of the daughters of the house, who
went to college. Gretchen had a' his histrionic
trionic histrionic soul and loved to "live Hves."
Upon returning from her "day out
ehe was asked if she had had a good
time. "Oh, yah," she replied. "I felt
ehoost like a coliidge gcirl :

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