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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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UPPLV OF DEN
Paris, iXov. 12. (Folio wins a Ions
series of bloody frontal attacks which
Htand without precedent for fierce fierceness.,
ness., fierceness., the allies are now trying to
launch a flanking movement along
the 'battle line of Tlanders. Under
protection of the guns of the power powerful
ful powerful lAngJo-lPrench fleet which lies otf
the Belgian coat, an army -made up
of British, Frencflv Belgians and In Indians
dians Indians Is trying to swing around the
right wing of the German forces on
the Ostend, '"Dixrr.ude and Ypres line.
uUmii SLAUGHTER OF NIGHT
ATTACKS
The allies have been able to mak3
'progress ibut very slowly, -for the in in-vad
vad in-vad era 'have fou.g'ht with the fury of
demons. tXight 'attacks ha ?e 'been
the feature of 1h? fighting ever the
' Ypres-JATras ilinv
3MMENSE NUMBER OF INVADERS
Probably riOdOO Germans' fell : in
.he assaults upon the allied' ."line at
IMxmiide. The men of both sides
fought Hike demons. -The German
legions seemed Sneochaus table.
AS TAKEN
DESTROYER VENTURED TOO FAR
' FROM THE DARDANELLES
Athens, (Nov. li!, A wireless mes message
sage message received here today states that
the Turkish, torpedo-boat which es escaped
caped escaped from the Dardanelles ilia been
taken 'by the Anglc-iFrench. fleet near
the 'Inland of Ten rdos. Terielos is
about five miles off the north western
coast of Asia Elinor.
HQLLANO CALLS
RESERVISTS HIE
ISSUES A S I GX I F I CA XT ORDER TO
SUBJECTS IX SOUTH
AFRICA
Johannesburg, S. A., Nov. 12.
All subjects of (Holland who -are mil military
itary military reservists have been ordered to
report themselves to the Dutch con consults
sults consults "without delay.
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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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FURY OF DEMONS MID THEIR
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REBUKE
PRESIDENT
GAVE A SHARP AD3IOXIT10X TO
BUXCH OF XEGRO
, DELEGATES
'Washington, iXov. ;12. In a 'heat 'heated
ed 'heated and sensational manner, a negro
delegate 'from the national independ independent
ent independent (Equal Rights (League today de demanded
manded demanded ifrom President Wilson the
abolition of segregation in govern government
ment government departments, and received a
sharp and pointed rebuke .from the
chief executive. The president imade
a lengthy address io the negro dele delegation,
gation, delegation, (beginning :- 'rebuking them
for dragging politics into the ques question
tion question and saying that if they 'hod
made a mistake in voting for him
they ought to vote Etgainst him. x He
said it was a human and not a polit political
ical political question that confronted them.
BATTLE FIEilllE
FRAIICE AliO BELGIUM
ALTERNATE ATI! CVL AND DE DEFENSE
FENSE DEFENSE WITT RESULT
UNDECIDED
Paris, (Xo-r. 12. Fighting betAveeu
the allies ard Genxsins 4n northern
iFrince and westerr iBelgiumis con con-tinuing
tinuing con-tinuing -with unintcir'upted .violence,
it is officially announced this afterr
nooA. The (Conflict in "the northern
sptere is mirked liy alternate ad advances
vances advances whicOi have been repulsed
without either' side scoring a decis decisive
ive decisive triumph. In the furious fighting
along the lAIsne, attacks and counter counterattacks
attacks counterattacks have 'been oi'arked by hloody
hand to hand fighting.
Purity is pa.ramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in -di'ugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions here.
Bitting & Knight, dri ggists. 10-31-tf
Do you hunt? If so, save money
by buying ycur shotgun and shells
from the Ocala Pawn and Loan Of Office.
fice. Office. "Why Pay rUon?." 11-7
Pennanfs and pillow pillow-styles,
styles, pillow-styles, at KREGBR'S.
tops, latest

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OOALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER

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APPREHEI1SIQII OF DISASTER TO THE 11TII W

A Ffl V S
Washington, Xov. 112 The United
States 'battleship (North Carolina is
safe in Beirut harbor The Amer American,
ican, American, cruiser Tennessee, now in th
(Mediterranean, reported early today
to the navy department that she had
been in '.wireless communication with
the (North Carolina1 yesterday and
that the ship was safe in the harbor.
GREAT VICTORY
MANY RUSSLNS TAKEN --BY AUS AUSTRIAN'S
TRIAN'S AUSTRIAN'S AT 3IIRCZE ;
Vienna, 3Cov. 12 An officiail state statement
ment statement today says: 'HVe have stormed
the heights of iMircze. The iRussian
wing was crushed and we took 4300
prisoners."
INDIAN TROOPS IN EUROPE
Are at Disadvantage, and Gernuiiis
Refuse to Treat Them as Civ Civilized
ilized Civilized Soldiers
'London, ;Xov. 12. ilndian forces
in France have made good, but have
achieved none of the extraordinary
exploits attributed to them, accord
ing to a statement written tby "an
observer with the Indian corps" and
iss'Ued 'by the official press -bureau to today.
day. today. ( "i
Aibove a'll, the account emphasizes
the difficulties under which the In Indians
dians Indians are fighting because of their ig ignorance
norance ignorance of the iFrench, German and
(English languages. Repeatedly the
Germans have played tricks on them.
"The Germans are -full of re resource,"
source," resource," says' the account, "and it is
one of their favorite plans to lure
the allied trodps- into attacking them
by various devices, of which an in indicated
dicated indicated intentloil of surrendering is
the .most common. -If this deception
is successful a skillfully concealed
machine gun turns loose a -murderous
fire,
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In Hanger of 111 Treatment
. Letters found on wounded men
and prisoners make it cler that the
German 'military authorities have
specially urged inflicting the severest
possible punishment on ihe Indian
forces ?who?e civilization they deny.
CURTAIX AGA1X RISES
OX MEXICAN CONFLICT
Carranza and Villa are Now Opio.s:iiig
Leading Men of Combat
El Paso, -Nov. 12. War has heen
declared hetween Carranza and Villa
elements of the constitutionalist
army. A preliminary battle has al already
ready already occurred between Ajuas Cal Cal-ientes
ientes Cal-ientes and Quereto.
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ACCORDING TO PETROGRAD,
GER3IANY AND AUSTRLA
CANNOT STOP IT
Petrograd, iN'ov. 12. All along
whole 'battle line the .Russian troops
con tinu e to ma ke progrress The in-
creasing tpressure of the 'czar's forces
has caused the Austrian and German
troops to fall hack. 'Nowhere ihave
they, 'been able to arresvt.'the onward
rush of the Russians. ; ;
. Cossacks have ibegun the imvest imvest-anent
anent imvest-anent of the outer f orti? of Cracow.
Confidence Is expressed in (military
circles as to the final outcome of the
battle. It Is reported 'that imartial
3a W 'has been proclaimed at Cracow
and the civil population is evacuat evacuating
ing evacuating the city. Przemysl, he Austrian
fortress at Galacia, has heen com completely
pletely completely invested. ;
ilt is semi-ofBcially reiorted that
the Germans have suffered a serious
defeat on the Prussian (border. 1 Ht is
stated that the 'Russians captured
more flian .20,000 men, with Targe
.quantities'.. of guns and munitions.
All FORCE
WAS CUT OFF
SERVIANS ANNIIIILTED THE
INVADERS AT SZOREVO
iNish, Nov. 12. The Sixth battal battalion
ion battalion of Austrian infantry that crossed
the Danube has heen annihilated by
Servians -at Szorevo, it is officially
announced here. The Servians claim
to have taken 2000 prisoners and
two heavy guns.
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BAD FOR THK BELGIANS
UnlegH They Retiun to Work, Ger Germans
mans Germans Won't Allow Tliein
to be Fed
London, tXov. 12. Aside from the
military aspects of the war, what
stood out loo-ldest yesterday -w;s Ger German
man German y.3 reported threat to cut off food
the United States is sending" to Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, if tlie Belgians did npt return
to their cities and make e:n effort to
resumo their normal occupitions.
The Belgian answer is that it has
'been impossible to resume n sem semblance
blance semblance of normal activitj', hecause
the German soldiery have command commandeered
eered commandeered all implements and materials
necessary to an industrial revival.
Advertise in the STAR lor results.
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SAGE ULTIMATE SUCCESS

Berlin, OCov. 12. iXews of the
sinking of the British torpedo boat
Niger in the Downs off Deal, and the
success of the German army at tDix-
imude, caused gTeat Tejoicing here
today . x .'
This was heightened hy the arriv arrival
al arrival of 2000 British and iFrench,' pris prisoners
oners prisoners and a detachment of captive
Indians, all of -whom were paraded
through the streets. :
ALLIES 1RIVEN ACROSS THE
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Berlin, iXov. 1:2. (Official). 'The
allies have heen driven across the
Yser at every- point. The Yser is
clear of the enemy all the way to the
North Sea, Our attacks south of
TMxmude are progressing. (We have
captured 700 more' iFrench there,
and eight cannons. Counter attacks
each of the Ypres have all heen re repulsed."
pulsed." repulsed." In the east the German cavalry Is
operating on the Kalisch front, in
Russian Poland, and have repulse!
the Hussian cavalry.
SHOT FOR A SPY
Lody, a Gernian-American, Executed
in the Town of London
London, Nov 12. It is officially
reported that Karl tHans Lody, alias
Charles 1 A. "Ingles, who was found
guilty by a courtmartial, of es'nion-;
age, on November 2 has heen shot
as a spy. The execution took place
in the tower.
1 When arrested Lody claimed to b2i
an American, but later confessed that
he was a German. He had lived in
Xew York and Omaha. In the latter
city he had married the daughter of
Gottlieb Storz, a hrewer, who (later
divorced him.
This was the -first execution in the
Tower of -London since 1700. The
scene of the execution 'was the tower
harra'cks, not far (from the spot
where Anne 13oleyn and other per persons
sons persons famous in iDnglish history -were
put to death. N ;
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting; ic Knignt, .uru-
gists.
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Ic shotguns, sptjcial $2.50 Ocala j
Pawn and Loan Office. 'Why
Pay
More U-7
We always have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t

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CAPTURE OF DIXf'UDE FBE-
BRITISH CRUISER NIGER SENT
TO THE' BOTT03I
dJondon, (Nov. 12. The little Brit British
ish British torpedo (gunboat Xiger, ibuilt (
twenty-two years ago and which has
been used as; a tender, is the Intent
victim of a German submarine.; She
was, torpedoed yesterday; in the
"Downs, north, of the Straita of over,
andfoundered immediatelj'. The of officers
ficers officers and crew were savccK
The Admiralty, announcing the;
Ics3 of the ship says:
. "The SNiger, Lieutenant Coraman.
de .Arthur (Hoyre in command, was
torpedoed yesterday in the .Jown3.'4
The commander ..and t seventy-seven
men were saved. Four were injured.
It Is thought there was no, Joss of;
, "The Xigei has heen engaged fn
semi-combat duties.".
RUSHING TO RUIN
Albanian Magnates Think Turkey
Will Soon be All In ;
Rome, Xov. 12. If ram Bey, head
of the Staff of lEsad Pasha, the Al Albanian
banian Albanian minister of" war, here to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate for the lending ,ol assistance
by Italy to Albania, said concerning
the situation created by Turkey's en entrance
trance entrance $nto the war:
"Turkey is finished. As a Mussul Mussulman,
man, Mussulman, I am sorry, hut I am convinced
that Turkey cannot oppose serious
resistance to the Russians. At 'Kzre-
rum, Turkey claims she has. 200.000
men, (but her fcrces there are far be be-iow
iow be-iow that number, .while Trebizon-Lis
in even a worse condition.''
EsaJ Pasha thinks that a fight is
out of the question and that Turkey
should have remained neutral. "tNow
she. rushed toward ruin. When the
iMuesuImen know the power of the
Kaliph has been sacrificed to Gr-
(man interests and a. few' politicians,
summany justice -will follow, hut: 1
will be too :late."
A11 prescriptions fillel at tln
Court Pharmacy by competent dru&-
gfcits and
drug3.
-with absolutely
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fresi
. A few extra large sizes of hunting
coats. Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
"Why Pay More." ll-7-4t
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THE OCALA KVKNING BTAti. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGKH & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
ft. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor v
Entered at Ocala, Fla.; postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

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

(Foreign)
One year- in advance...

Six months, in advance.
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. . .

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. 4.25

2.25
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The Russians have re-named their
capital 'Petrogxad, and if they cap capture
ture capture (Berlin they .will probably call it
Retrograd.

Kipling's charge

that a woman is

tures, illustrating Palatka before the
fire. They show -a number of large
steamers and other vessels at anchor
dn the river or tied at the wharves.
Palatka has been rebuilt, is a muca
greater city than before, and has

a rag and a bone and a hank of hair more trade, and the mighty St. Johns
53 rebutted by a (Missouri woman, river is still there. 1ut the 'big ships

"wfao says a man is a jag and a drone are lacking. There is five times as

.and a tank of air. much'business for them as there was

in 1884, and if the people of Palat-

If any foolish 'people in Turkey ka and surrounding territory (inr

(have folown up the American cruiser eluding Ocala) will only te,as enter enter-iNorth
iNorth enter-iNorth Carolina, it is afe to say that prising as they should ne, the Tiver

they have not read the .history of

Spain with close attention.

could again
going ships.

be lively with ocean

The Star would sincerely advise

Ocala merchants to make as many
exhibits as (possible at the iMarion-

Sumter Fair. tExhibits will not only
advertise their 'business to mr own
people, 'but will give visitors a much

(better opinion of Ocala.

The Atlantic Coast Line will give
a round trip rate of $1.50 from Ocala
to Gainesville and return during the

Alachua county fair. This fair will
Ibe a great and instructive occasion,
and the Star advises our people to
attend it 4n large number.

The United States government
should provide a full supply of rifles
.and ammunition for its people, and
every aole-bodled man should' be
taught the rudiments of drill and
now to shoot straight. Then we
would not need a standing army and
no foreign nation would dare to at attack
tack attack us.

Some of our auto enthusiasts and
experts should get busy at once and
arrange for an auto parade at the

fair. AVe 'have had two or three of

these parades, and they always made own offices.

a most attractive feature. With the

number of autoes in the city, and

the talent of the people who own

them, Ocala should be a:ble to make

an auto narade that would be the

envy of the state.

"SLAVES OF AN IDEA"
The Ocala Star.- says the Orlando
(Reporter-Star, is advocating com commission
mission commission government for Ocala pro provided
vided provided fhe new form may "be adopted
without concentrating too much

-power in -the 'hands of the commis

sioners. The Star recommends that
the commissioners he elected to serve
without compensation with the recall
provision attached.

The Reporter-Star nas no doubt

that the people of Ocala would be

well pleased with commission gov government,
ernment, government, and the city could well af afford
ford afford to pay three goo'd men reasona

ble salaries to look after the work,
lit is too much to ask any man to

give n is time and the (benefit of iiis

ripe experience (Without compensa

tion. The city is really a (big cor

pora tion when considered from a

'business point of view, and it is dif

ficult to understand how many good

citizens are ready to put inexperienc inexperienced
ed inexperienced and impractical men in charge of
such an important 'business. (Men

who vote for such a man would many

times be unwilling to trust the same

man in, a clerical -position in tneir

The necessary 'oil having arrived,

itne street committee of the city

council will have the work commenc

ed of oiling Exposition street from
the 'brick paving to the fair grounds.
This work will ibe finished toy the
time the fair 'begins, and the street
fwill -probably nave a test that will
satisfy even iPowell of the Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater Sun.

The assurance of grand opera in
Atlanta next spring, according to an
Atlanta exchange, depends upon bus business
iness business conditions after Jan. 1. A week
of opera 4s expensive and if 'business
is not prospering, the iMusIc (Festival
Association may find it advisable to
take no chances! There will be no
opera in Boston, and the Chicago Chicago-Philadelphia
Philadelphia Chicago-Philadelphia opera season has also
been abandoned. Ocala h.s (been

rwell represented annually in Atlanta

during opera season and St will be

regretted 'here if the association finds

that it will be impossible to 'have

grand opera next spring.

But a great evolution of thought

and sentiment on this subject is tak taking
ing taking place. (Men are slaves of an idea

or. a thought Vhich nas bound them

through the ages, -perhaps, and they
hesitate to throw off the old and take

on the new. for no reason more sound

than the possession of a supersti superstitious
tious superstitious fear. (Even the Star has its
scruples about committing itself to

commission government because it is

more bureaucratic or autocratic than

democratic. Exactly so. The dem

ocratic idea is fine in theory ibut it

doesn't work well in practice always.

It has 'been proved to be Ineffective

and inadequate to meet the demands

in many-of our cities. Those cities
which -have not adopted commission

neath and kicking against the evils

and abuses of the aldermanic sys

tem. Commission government is not
a cure-all, 'but it is a great improve-

nent.

to foretell how "eld Hillsboroujrh"

will go this time, we will simply re

mind our Ocala friend that this coun-

', which has been anything else but

"the strongly fortified stronghold of

the wets for so many years,", actually
went xlry in the state-wide iprohibi-

ticn election that was held only

MUCH NEW AND

IMPROVED MACHINERY

Called for by the Rapidly Increasing

Business of the Blowers Lime
and Phospliate Company

tAJbout three miles nortwest of

about four years asro. Tamna Times. 1 Ocala. on the Atlantic Coast (Lane

w i.

The Star was aware that Hills- (Railway, there is a station named

borough voted for state-wide prohibi- lowers that is fast becoming fa-

tion by a small majority, but it wasmous. One year ago it. was scarcely

under the impression that the result j on the map. Today it is the site of

was owing to the heavy dry vote! the Blowers CLime & 'Phosphate Com-1 X

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stacked up in the Pinellas section,

which is now a separate county.

DRVS LAY SEIGE TO A

STRONGHOLD OF DRINK

The Tampa Tribune of the

says:

The county commissioners have

called a wet or dry election for Dec.

15. The campaign is already on-and
will .be waged unremittingly by ibcth

sides. Tampa probably will 'have its

warmest fight in years.

Under the call for the election only

those who are now registered, their

names appearing on the list of quali-

pany, a concern wmcn is uirmng out

150 tons of ground limestone daily.

Up to a short -time ago this com

pany was turning out an insignincantj
quantity. An advertising campaign j

was started and the demand soon

1.1th equalled, then outstripped the capac

ity cf the plant, at that time about fif-

tr tnnu aT-ov ...

(During the past month the Blow-

ers Company has installed and now

has in satisfactory operation a new
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and modern pulverizinz machine, and

the plant now consists of two pulver

izers with a capacity of 150 tons of

limestone a day. These machines,

with the (hoists and conveyors are i

operated with a -battery of six elec-:

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DO NOT BUY POOR IMPLEMENTS AND WASTE TIME
AND MONEY GOING TO THE BLACKSMITH SHOP RIGHT
WHEN YOU ARE BUSIEST. : 1 :
COME TO US AND BUY GOOD IMPLEMENTS WHICH
WILL STAND HARD WEAR.

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fled voters iHihlished In the Tribune

October 24, and who .have ipaid their trie motors.

poll taxes -up to the present year, The plant of the 'Blowers iLime &

will be allowed to vote. This re- phosphate Company is installed to a

stricts the suffrage to those already tmilding '50 oy 100 feet and 35 feet

qualified and there will ne no new j in height. The limestone Is hoisted

registration. ftom the quarry -to the top of the

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The last time that Jlillsborougn I tmilding and idumped into large Ibins

county voted on the wet or dry issue I .where it is thoroughly seasoned and

was in the general election of '1910,1 aired before ;being pulverized. These

iwhen a constitutional amendment for bins have a capacity of 500 tons

state-wide prohibition was suam'itted (From the pulverizors the lime is

to the voters of iFlorida. In thatljther run directly to the cars or car

election, Jlills-boTough county vot-j rted to large storage bins.

ed for (prohibition oy seventy- in a decent conversation, i Mr. Blow

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seven majority. 'At mat time, wnax ers state'd that wathin the past year t

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is now Pinellas was a part of Hills- he had built np the business from I v

iboroughand figured m the result, nothing to more than the capacity of i

That question was also one or state- the old machine, and recently was

wfr! ;rrrfc'hih.1f!n'n- not 3ocal torvtion. I

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The commissioners, in the call fori tha inpw miil.vH7mr. tliA wrninanv -has I

the elections, 'have -kept close to the four times ttts former pa -wv

statutory limit of thirty days for ad- nowv fbe A .,,,,,,.,' ,,

vertislng It. This will mean a I stook 'on' hand so tha-it -ca-n be shiol 7 " V

brief campaign, ibut there is every the same day orders are receiv-

indication that it .will not ibe lacking ea. This Is an important factor in

In interest. I tho Hiifri ffnstt ifanmeri idn nrt

know wiien they can use Qlme until

THE RIDDLE OP la ifew days before ordering and

. .

THE DARDANELLES I being equipped to snip out the same

What are they to do with those

20,000 ipunk dollars which were to

nave been sold at $1 each? Clear

water Sun.

vlf there are any old-fashioned fish

ermen, wno nsn 'Witn a .poie ana

home-made fish-fline left, let them

have the punk -plunks for sinkers.

df a strong naval force atacks the

'Dardanelles we may -presently know

whether the defenses of that (famous

strait are a Turkish bluff or as strong

as they look. Admiral 'Duckworth
V -i

forced the passage in 1807 against
the short-range smooth 'bores of that

day, but since more powerful ord

nance was introduced the question

has scarcely 'been raised. In the

Crimean war the naval powers were

with the Turk; in 187S the 'Russian

advance was by land; in 1911 Italy,
at the suggestion of other powers,

refrained from serious attack on the
nTiT.rlHw'h imaihlnrifl An 110 f nil rv wl n rr

year the Greek navy -was not strong

enough to try conclusions with the

forts.

The Dardanelles are forty-seven

miles long, and everywhere narrow

enough for aocurate fire. At the
narrowest ipoint, the elbow below

AJbydos, wnere Byron swam 'Leand 'Leand-er's
er's 'Leand-er's route, the scene recalls the Hud

son 'Highlands, though the waterway
is wider. South of the elbow the
Turks mined the 'waters in 1911 and
1912, and the (forts are supposed to
have foeen modernized (by German
'brains and money. Cvorth of the el el-bow
bow el-bow the defenses are slight.
The fate of Port (Arthur, of Ad Ad-rianople
rianople Ad-rianople and of many strong places
In the ipresent war gives no assur

ance that forts can ihold out against

day orders are received the buyer

will know just when he can get his I

lime. -

While the Blowers ground lime

stone has 'been sold to farmers, at a

very small! cost, ft Is ibelieved that

with the additional modern equip-1

unent and the great increase in ton

nage will enable the company to sell

the product a cuttle less than pre-1

vailing prices.

'Fruit growers, farmers and truck

men all over the states are feeginnin;

to realize 'the great -value of ground
limestone in the form of a "first aid"

to new land, particularly when it: is

necessary to -counteract a consiider-

able amount of acidity. fLime is

also Te cognized by experts as a very

important factor in realizing and

(making available (for plant life, the

potash Hjing dormant in most .Flori

da soils.

-' : j v j

3IcINTOSH

arclntos'h, (Nov. H2. air. "Chris"

'.Matheson off iGainesvIlle. conducted

services at the Rresbyterian church

troth services. v-'

ine ipiasierers ana painters are

rushing work on the hotel annex.

which (will soon be open ifor the win-1

ter tourists.

V. Alt

JBWKLS

- WOMIAJN'S DOiTY IX THIS WORLD 13 TO LOOK
BEAUTIFUL. ADD TO YOUR NATURAL CHARMS. THE
FASCINATION OF GDITTERING JEWELRY. IT WILL
YIELD tPUEASURE TO YOURSELF AND A GREAT 'DELIGHT
TO OTHERS. OUR STORE GLEAMS WITH PRETTY OB OB-JECTStlN
JECTStlN OB-JECTStlN GOLD AND SILVER AND PRECIOUS STONE j.
BUY YOUR JEWELRY FROM US. WE DON'T CARRY ,THJ3
CHHAP, TAWDRY STUFF, BUT (HONEST GOODE HON HON-iESTLY
iESTLY HON-iESTLY PRICED.

RELIABLE JEVELEH

A. E. BURNETT

It is pleasant to relate that the

(Britisn naval authorities have order

ed that the captured officers of the

German cruiser vEmden shall foe al allowed,
lowed, allowed, to .keep their swords. A: good

deal of appreciation of ibrave men by

'brave men is being shown in this

war. There is a Qittle room for

ihope that when it is over those wno

St. (Petersburg ipeople are con

vulsed with rage and horror at a

fearful outrage perpetrated in the

outskirts of their town Tuesday

night. A well known photographer

and his wife, while asleep in their

home, were attacked by two negroes,
the iman murdered and the woman

assaulted and seriously Injured. The

are left will appreciate each other ty and nearly all the county is up

too much to fight any more.

The readers of the Orlando Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel will aniss the pungent para

graphs of iHugh Sparkman's editorial

ipage and will not appreciate as an

improveemnt the doing away with

the editorial page entirely. Tampa

Times.

The Star thanks the Times for ex

pressing what it was thinking. Hugh

Sparkman is a first-class newspaper

man, and will soon .be in the harness

again.

in arms, and no mercy will he shown

the miscreants if they are captured.

tAmerican officials have discovered

and closed a secret wireless station

i-h i rh ho fiormona warn m dintmninor

in Southern California, and from

which they gave information to their

cruisers in tne Facinc. veriiy, tne

Germans are a people of infinite re

source.

its last Saturday's number as an an-

the great fire of Nov. 7, 1884, which

destroyed the Larkin House, a great
-winter tourist hotel, and almost the

entire business quarter of the city.

The Post prints a number of pic-

The Japanese say they will restore

Kiao Chau to China. Japan is the

United States of Asia and will pro

mulgate a iMonroe doctrine of "Asia
for the Asiatics." If the United

-States will Tespect the said doctrine

and move out of the Philippines, our

country will escape much trouble.

Without venturing to risk our rep

utation as a prophet by attemptin

(Messrs. (McDonald and Clancy of

and attack in sufficient force. Plev- esville, who shipped a carload of
. .. .. I horses and therA ahmit tTi-rvio 'woaVe

nia iwhvto er n n r-r nr'o in Tnp ffin5r i ,s.o

Turkish war was a heroic achieve- Vii -wwxj ir rerry, ujia.

ment. was not a fortress hut the iney expect to another carload

hnilv IntTftnched camn of a Md rere ra len aa w

- ---v v I mi .

There is no likelihood of numers are maKing .prepara

OCALA, FLORIDA

army.

large land forces .being sent to Tur

key by the allies; they are busy. But

if the Anglo-fFrench fleet could ipass

the Dardanelles, not only Constanti

nople ibut the Turkish navy In the

X

tions for the opening of the hunting I
season next (Friday. All exnw ti x

make a good showing the first day of j

i

the season

(Along the wTater 'front

Black Sea, including the Goeben and rK cuw mjl"5 maoe.

Rrln rwhioh aTed the net atP" w- WHO fpuTChased

SMessina. would lie at dts mercy. It

some new

air.

the!

Argo" about two months ago, (has

' I overhauled ihoth tho iinii

is natural tnat tne "commanoers are i . j. w--

ana at present she is a "antak -.nnrilA

. I) 1111.1. ... o

zydu iituie crarc, witn a new coat of

paint and varnish.

reported as reconnoitering the Cher

sonese entrance. The prey is tempt

ing. How about the watch-dog's!

teeth? New York World.

h f 3 ; 1 ri'h ill- L, .J U ii LwLI

EiElGSll CB Do H2u?CH2!ii

Clean, Fresh, Well Laufidered Line

x is a necessity. iu buyiny iuui

cessity is Oar Duslnec:

sola Sfieasm L
? 402-404 fl. Main Ctreet

The
Hiatt
Malies

' T?T t'Ti

Mr. avis has

also erected a snug boat house and is I

building a dock out to his boat

house, The "Emilv" .has f list- Hwn

ivn.cu uu v so xnai sne wiii go

when ever her owner decides to go,

so that she's in trim for duck hunt

ing. The "Crown" is also being over-

CDOSTXG OUT ODD -AIXD BNTJ I ha1lled should be on the job in;

KREGBR'S.

Famous

OCIiA FLORIDA

a. . ...i

The .Rexall Store at the fair

grounds will have first class candies,
cigars, cigarettes, chewing gum and

soda water, etc. Gerig's. 11-12

prices at

ATTENTION, AVOOD3IEN

AV. K. Iane, M. D., Physician-and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose

. . V. JL 11. v. - 4.. . .

Ocala, Fla,

tsy request of the family tne un

Law Library Building, filing of C. H. Beck's monument is

postponed until Sunday, Xov. 29th.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.

'THE STEPPING-

t

A,

Smokeless shells, 3o cents a box at

the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.

"Why Pay More." 11-7

ilf its good quality and service we
have it. Ask anybody about us.
Gerig's, "A Reliable Drugstore." 11

Prompt attenticntto all mail or orders.
ders. orders. iYe rav the oostaare. iTHt.Hne'!

& Knight. 11-6-tf

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

2 "jr,jrsaj,carsti3l '!

M ttM 1 kl'MlkM orf llkfl 1

ft M A-Vif Mr O-"

S-a. Xr.ty fs:iJ-.n.

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&aa.jU.4IjA-EVENING -STAKt THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1014

0 BOXES
OF
ORANG
Nearly Ready to
i
P.
OX HIKES OF A BEAUTIIXIj
GROVE.
Do You want tliein at a Darain?
I have a s)lendii Orange
Grove, of 1 5 acres, on 2 0-a ere j
tract, all feneei bat no ether
provements. More then 2,000
boxes of oranges no.v on tree.s
almost reaJy to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browaa.
Price of Property as it stands
85,000.
Greatest Bargain in the County,
Call oh or Address
. S. Savage,
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone 125, OCAIjA,' FLA
IMver & lacEai
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM
fine CasfceJs and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
. Funeral Directors
AU Work Done by Licensed Em
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHOXES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS. .305
Undertaking Office ............ 49
Hot drinks of all kinds at the
Court Pharmacy. 2-6:

2,0

(EirdDecBipficEs mM..

TTaiMe HMOs

After you have put your next meal on the table, just sit
down and consider the layout for a moment.. -Ask yourself
earnestly, Have I got the 'greatest value for the money ex expended
pended expended on this meal?"
If you bought your groceries at this store only one answer
can be made you have done all that a clever housewife can
do your meal in the nearest approach to perfection that is
jKssible in a meal. Rut only the best groceries tho kind we
have built a reputation for, can ASSURE you of this.
Here is a list of "good things to eat' which are just in:
Cod-Fish Waffles, Holland Henlng, Limberger Cheese,
Pineapple Clieese, Edam Cheese, Apple Sauce, Mrs. Kidd's Burr
Gherkins, Underwoods Deviled Ham,, Canned Rhubarb, Glace
Pineapple, Glace Cherries, Glace Assorted Fruit; Shelled Jor Jordan
dan Jordan Almond, Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel, Walnut '.Meats,
Pecan' Meats, Large Mackerel, Green Split Peas, 3Iinuto Tapio Tapioca,
ca, Tapioca, Keillera Jains, Dates, etc. v
The folowing list of SPECIAL VALUES are for

Friday, and Saturday, 13 and j

and Monday pie 16th
THV SOME OF THESE AND BECOME A REGUIxR CUS CUSTOMER.
TOMER. CUSTOMER. White Bacon per lb. 1 5c
12 pound bags Table Talk 'Flour, each ........ -45c
24 .pound (bags Table Talk iFlour, each 85c
06 pound .bags Table Talk Flour, each...... -$3.52
Lard Compound, fper pound . 1 fjc
Irish Potatoes, per peck, . .... 24c
6 tins Van Camp's Baby Size"uMilk, for ... . .25c
Van Camp's (Family size milk, Sc.dozen -85c
10 pounds Water Ground .Meal for. . 7. 25c
10 packages King-ford Corn Starch, each 7c
10c tin Baked Beans, each ... 7c
10c packages National Biscuit Co.'s Cakes, any kind or as-1
crted, 3 for 25c
20c. tin Royal Scarlet Salmon, each. 18c
20c tin Royal Scarlet "Sliced Pineapple, each, . 18c
20c tin "Royal Scarlet Grated Pineapple, each 18c
30c tins Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips, each . 27c
20c tins Royal Scarlet Baby Lima Beans, each 18c
15c tinsiRoyal Scarlet Baby Lima Beans, each 1 3c
25c tins Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, each. 23s
30c tin Robin dlood Yellow Peaches, ............. .27c
30; tins Hofoin Hood Apricots, each 27c
20c tins Apple Sauce, each: 1 7c
15c tins Rhubarb, each 1 3$
10c tins Karo Corn !Syrup, each 9c
25c IBottles vEddy's Catsup . .. 20c
10c tins Van Camp's Big Hominy, 9c, 3 for. 25c
10c tins Van Camp's Kidney Beans, 9c, 3 for. 25c
20c tins Curtice Bros. 'Red Pitted Cherries, each .... 18c
20c tins Curtice Bros. Red Raspberries 18c
20c tin Curtice Bros. Lawton Blackberries 18c
' 3 5c tins Curtice Bros. IRed Pitted Cherries, each 32c
EXTRA SPECIAL
To customers purchasing $1 or more during the above
named das, we will sell( one to a customer) a 30c broom for
18c- If 3'ou want a broom ifor light sweeping don't let this
chance of getting one for almost nothing -pass. Get your
order in early, for we have only a limited number of ibrooms

(Jo lL
1
iPimmes w ..and

iu:lij:vikv

Belle, lev, Xcv. 11. Dr. B. X.
Tr.ner, u ho has cast his lot in our
, midst, is making extensive improve improvements
ments improvements in the 'Masonic Block, in the
v. ay of fitting himself up an office
where he will conduct a general fire
insurance and real estate agency
an 1 -svill also conluct a general in information
formation information bureau where any one corn corning
ing corning to our little town can go and re receive
ceive receive reliable information on the re resources
sources resources o! this section.
The Eelleviovr school finished it?
Urst quarterly examinations last
Tve-ek an 1 the following made the
reuire'l average to place them on the
honor roll:
-Eighth grade First honor, Flos Flos-?sie
?sie Flos-?sie Evans and Iucile Brown; second
'honor II.-rry Htrrell, John TTarrell,
Eva ClcC'enaon a-id Ernest X'ott-
Seventh grade Second honor Jes-
Sixth grade -First honor James
Fielding; second honor Ethel Free Freeman
man Freeman and MinnIe Kilpatrick.
Fifth grade First honor Gladys
CUaies and Dorothy iMerrill; second
honor Helen Brown.
FourtJi grade -First honor Dag Dag-mar
mar Dag-mar Sio':erg; second honor Byron
McClendon.
Third grade First honor Wylie
Arnold; second honor Marienima
Stanley.
Second grade -First honor Valda
Arnold and. ailttle 'McClendon; eo eo-ond
ond eo-ond honor Alice Barrett and Arthur
Whightman.
First grade First honor Vivian
Connor and fMay Walker.
, Mr. J. Sam Barrett, -who has
bought the tract of land to the south
cf and adjourning the farm of 'Mr.
J. X. Shedd, about two miles south southwest
west southwest of town, is now hauling lumber
Grocery,
- - j y
174 Ocala

wiUa which to build him a home and)
when completed he will move from!
town to his farm and till the soil.
The Belleview Workers 'gave one
of their famous oyster suppers at the
Town". Wall last Friday night. Tt!

was 'well attended and 'well patroniz patronized
ed patronized and the ladies cleared about $8.
Qdiss Virginia Fay Summer with
her mother was a visitor to Ocala last
Wednesday where she was an en entrant
trant entrant to the Baby Contest, at the
Woman's Club. If the judges for this
occasion ara moved and swayed in
the making of their decision by the
same impulses that govern the peo people
ple people cf Bellevlew little iMiss Virginia
Fay is sure to receive the first prize,
for it Is the unanimous decision of
every woman in Belleview that this
is the finest and most perfectly de developed
veloped developed 'baby that was ever raised
in Belleviev.
(Mr. Krum is stopping at the Hotel
iMarion 'for a few days preparatory to
moving on his farm over in the Ped Pedro
ro Pedro section. (
Mr. J. D. Beatty of Tampa, -who
formerly operated the pool room and
barber shop at Summerfield, 'has mov moved
ed moved into the Hotel Marion, where hta
will run the house, catering to both
the transit and permanent trade and
also will operate a first class barb3r
shop. One of the long felt Wants of
this community is a place where one
can go and get a real store h air cut
and shave. Xext!
Dr. Camp, of Xorth Lake Weir,
passed through town 'last Tuesday
morning bound for Ocala with a load
of oranges.
(Mr. ID. E. iMcIver, one of the mer merchant
chant merchant iprinces of Ocala, was in Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view looking after some of his real
estate interests last .Wednesday. He
was driving his chicken eating horse
"George" and said that he perferrelj
a hay (burner to a gas burner any
day in the week. .Mr. iMac is one of
the men that never 'grows old.
(Mr, Sands Haviland and 'Mr, Wil William
liam William Cogswrell made one of those lit little
tle little fisliing trips over to Smith's lake
last Tuesday. Luck unknown.
iMrs. Otto Saltzweedle went south
on train Xo. 3 last Tuesday, bound
for Plant City in- response to a call
from her daughter, Mrs. Gertie Haw Hawkins,
kins, Hawkins, whom she states is extremely
ill.
Cheerful Bill iMillsom has been in
town since last Sunday shaking
hands with his numerous friends.
Thursday he will accompany his
, ...
mother to ihis home at St. Cloud
where she expects to spend the bal
ance of the winter.
Mrs. A.. C. (Davenport after spend-
ing
the summer with her son, Mr.
Earle Davenport, leaves Thursday
noon for New York state where she
will visit awhile before returning to
her home in Omaha, Xeb.
The Belleview Workers indulged
in the pleasant past time of holding
an election of 6fficers at their meet meet-dng
dng meet-dng last Thursday. Qlrs. O. IM. .Gale
is president, Qlrs. iDelbert Haskell is
vice president, Irs. J. D. Harrell,
secretary, iMrs. 'R. C. Ridge, treasur treasurer,
er, treasurer, Mrs. J. T. Hames, work, direc directress.
tress. directress. ,
iMr. J. W. 'Fant has bought the gro grocery
cery grocery business of 'Mr. W. R. Kilpat Kilpatrick,'
rick,' Kilpatrick,' taking, possession last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. He is tearing '' out,
cleaning up and building in and by
the time, he gets through making
his changes and his new stock of
goods on the shelves he will have
a very presentable store and meat
market. i
Capt. Sam R. Pyles, county com commissioner
missioner commissioner elect for this district, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by iMrs. Pyles, 'with Mr
and IMrs". tXorton and iMrs. Brown, of
St. Petersburg rolled into Belleview
last Tuesday afternoon and' visited
friends. They have been taking in
different sections of the state adja adjacent
cent adjacent to Ocala within a radius of fif fifty
ty fifty miles this past week, viewing the
different crops and the conditions of
the various roads aver which they
traveled.
'Miss Eleanor Tremere went up to
Ocala last Wednesday afternoon to
attend the Easte-n Star welcome
meeting in honor of the visiting state
grand matron.
HOWS THIS?
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations .made by his firm.
Xational Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per ;bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad
OPEX DA AXD XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
We will have films for your kodak
at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12

PRACTICAL HEALTH HINT.

Irregular Heartbeats.
A". writer on medical subjects
says that an irregular beating
heart should not cause any anx- 4
lety. Give it no thought espe- J
clally'fear thought. The mental 4
J attitude regarding- it may make
J or mar your life. Forget I C 4
The heart Is a wonderful iittie
organ and. as a rule, will uRjust
4 itself to varying conditions when X
not interfered with mentally or
a physic:illy, Therefore, mentally,
J forget it: physically. watch your
diet as regards overeating or the ; 4
J eating of such ftods and in such
a manner (insufficient mastica-
X tion as to cause gases, the at- :
tloii of which is to distend the
X stomach and crowd the heart.
It won't go hack on you If yon
Z treat it halfway right. X
4
A SYMPHONY OF COLOR.
Panama Exposition to Be a Scene of
Transcendent Beauty.
There have already been exposition
cities, or parts of tbem. whose streets,
buildings, parks, y tatties and landscape
effects, each more or less good In "it "itself,
self, "itself, were all planned as contributing
parts of a homogeneous whole In de de-sigu,
sigu, de-sigu, though indeed, as a matter of
fact and history, even this Idea has
never yet been carried out with unified
completeness except in exposition cit cities,
ies, cities, memorably the White City at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago in 1893.
But for the greatest of expositions
there has been conceived and worked
out for the first time a city xvhei not
only form, but color will be called up
to create symphonic loveliness. V
At : the Panama exposition every
square yard of the stately composition
a mile or more in extent; from ..the red
roofs overhead to the tan shale under
foot and Including the rich masses of
California flowers and shrubs between
together with the blues of the Golden
Gate and the soft browns, bf the ad
jacent hills, are all picked rip and com
bined. blended and contrasted, in one
dominant key of color to produce not
only harmony like an orchestra, but
transcendent beauty like a great: r
chestra. 1 : '.
What the actual effect will be when
it is finished and visitors look down
upon, it as they approach from the
heights above or gaze at it from the
hills across the bay is quite impossible
to describe for the very 'reason that
nothing of the sort was ever done be
fore. The nearest one can come to
suggesting its ethereal loveliness is to
say that the whole color scheme has
been devised and carried out under the
direction of Jules Guerin. Scrlbner's.
BATTLEFIELD HOSFfTALS.
Rules That Govern the Treatment of
the Wounded.
The care of the wounded Is necessa necessarily
rily necessarily an important duty Imposed oh
every natiou in case of war.
The general, system adopted for pro
viding a medical service is practically
identical in the armies of all the great
powers. It contemplates a division of
the service Into three portions that
which belougs to and accompanies the
fighting troops, that which pertains to
the base (of supplies! and the line of
communications and that which per
tains to the home territory, or "the
zone of the interior."
The principle governing these serv
Ices is that nothing but first aid and
emergency treatment should be at
tempted hi the immediate zone of com
bat and that, having received this
treatment, the disabled should be
quickly transported to the "base.
where abundant facilities for their
care can be provided without encum
bering the fighting forces.
Here at the base they are carefully
classified, and those who are so seri seriously
ously seriously disabled as to be unfit fdr fur
ther service at the front are sent back
to hospitals at home, while those who
are less seriously disabled are retained
until they are well enough to leave the
hospital, when they are transferred to
the convalescent camp. Here they re
main until they have fully regained
their strength, when they rejoin their
regiments at the front- Scientific
American.
Bismarck on Helgoland.
The exchange of Helgoland for Zan
zibar was a transaction which has met
since with a good deal of criticism. It
must be remembered, however, that
Germany had not then developed the
naval ambition which has given the
little island its great strategic Impor Importance,
tance, Importance, and when the bargain was made
it had no stronger critic? than Bismarck.
To barter Zanzibar for Helgoland, be
protested, was "like exchanging a pair
of trousers for a -button." Loudon
Chronicle.
Asbestos" Doors.
. Asbestos doors, which look like ordi ordinary
nary ordinary doors of oak or mahogany, are a
new kind of flreprotection. They are
made with a e&ter core of wood or
metal, covered thickly with asbestos.
An oak or other wood veneer gives a
surface finish so that they seem to be
solid wood, but in case of fire the small
amount of wood In the veneer would
not affect their fire resisting ability
much more than would a besvy coat of
paint on an all metal door.
Whale Beef.
Enter the whale as an element in
the "beer supply. In Alaska the
canneries have begun to pack whale
beef, heretofore regarded as waste.
An average whale yields twenty tons
of beef.

4K

FOR NOVEMBER
- WEDDINGS

STER-UXG SILVERWARE, -Edgewood, Shirley, etc.
;.-r ,'" '. ; J' : ": .' -' V .V'"' l
-r-.-'J- -'- -. ; y': 'J-'-- -.. ': '' : ?.: - : y C ;
OCfMaHJXITY SILVER, the .beautiful 4PatricianM pattera
Sheraton," 'Exeter.' etc.
ROGEJR3 "1S'47M jWofldwide reputation.

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ed Oak, aiahogany and .Mission. f'j
SIiLV:E!R (deposit) GLASSWARE, must be seen to be appre- V
elated. , '
LMLiXTEL CI OCKS, dTesser and traveling clocks. f )

QIAjXICORE SETS, all combinations.
COLULMBJA GRAPHAPHOXES.
ELECTROLIERS

TOILET ISETS

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23 and a warm welcome.. Absolutely' fireproof; everything

uiuiuuguijr muuciuiiiu,up iu
In tho Center of Tliinrs
Banks, court houseclubs, stores, post
office and other public buildings; are near
the Hillsboro many of tbem across the
:t street or just around the corner. Direct
' j street car servicp to Union Station. Hand-
'jjf baggage to and from boats and trains free
" t of charge.' Porters meet all trains.

f"9 While every effort la made to take care of guests without resarvatlons, better
accommodations can be given if you drop us a line a few days in advance.
, L.B. Sner, WUOTOHO HOtH, II. P. Driver.
President. TAT.IPA, FLUHIDA Manaier.

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It s diEcult for a newly married
man to generate ; much enthusiasm
over his bride's beautiful hair after
he has icen her pile it cn the bureau
for the nieht.

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always cool and affording a, fine view ef
the city ; and suburbs." Special attention
Raid to parties.- Grill room in basement. :
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the best of food served in either room.
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bearing what is laid tanon tis nnrl An-
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CTEE OGAIjA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1014
Spencer vice president, Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Davis secretary, and 31 iss Stella
Cleveland treasurer. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the meeting iMrs. Taylor
served hot chocolate and wafers.
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Ocala has won an enviable reputa reputation
tion reputation for lavish entertaining, and the
fame of the brilliant manner in
which Ocala hostesses have erpress erpress-ed
ed erpress-ed hospitality has been a matter of
(favorable comment (for many years,
both at 'home and abroad. i popular
ibride-elect 'has been tendered a serie3
of (beautiful affairs each day this
week and several weekly since the
announcement JLp.Jctober of her en en-gagement
gagement en-gagement andlpie serfesrpire-.nup-

AiargaTeTTes, except one informal af

fair," culminated id the elegant re reception
ception reception at which iHrs. Claude Home
entertained this atfernoon from 3:30

to '5:30 o'clock lit honor of (Miss.
Olara Johnson. J

mitr h-wrTtli e entire 'house, ex

cellently arranged for entertaining,
dozens of gorgeous chrysanthemum
and vases of (fragrant roses with fern
' .were lavishly used. The "broad ver ver-"
" ver-" anda, extending across the entire
front and on the west side, twas gaily
decorated with Japanese lanterns,
and at the east .end, beneath a large
Japanese umbrefla was the punch
table, decorated with red chrysanthe chrysanthemums
mums chrysanthemums and presided over toy (Misses
Tommie Standley and (Lois iDame,
'both, dressed as Japanese maidens.
In ttie library a color motif of yel yellow
low yellow was prettily developed and in the
double -parlor, pink and green formed
a striking contrast against the pretty
walls. The front tparlor was convert converted
ed converted into a music room, and there the
Temple orchestra rendered a special special-,
, special-, ly selected musical program during
the receiving hours.

lAs the guests, admiring the pretty
il&wn and (beautiful palm trees sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the house, advanced up the
front walk, they were met at the
steps iby JMrs. Stovall and after heing
served to punch, were asked by Mrs.
E. 'Van JHood into the hall, also
tmarmingly decorated, where iMrs.
IW. D. iRichey introduced them to the
receiving line in the library.
IMrs. Home, in a .beautiful creation
'"of hlack net over black satin, cor cordially
dially cordially welcomed her guests and re receiving
ceiving receiving with her were ;Miss Johnson,
"wearing pink, iMrs. Johnson, Iblack,
vMiss Zelma Hizer, blue, and the
rtainty little flower girl, Lucile Sorne
who was cunning in a frock of rib rib-bon
bon rib-bon and lace.
Jn the second parlor, across the
hall from the l library the hostess'
nieces, IMisses Lois and Clara Bpper Bpper-son
son Bpper-son and sister, (Mrs. Levi -Hester of
iWilllston and tMrs. R. X. Do&h, a re re-"cent
"cent re-"cent pretty bride, -received, (Mrs.
Bunyan Stephens introducing them.
'Mrs. William Knight asked the la ladies
dies ladies down the hall to the dining
room, where amidst the most invit inviting
ing inviting environments the guests tarried
for an half hour with IMrs. iL. P. Bla Bla-;lock,
;lock, Bla-;lock, enjoying a delicious repast of

"chicken salad, sandwiches, cranber cranber-ry
ry cranber-ry jelly, olives, pickles, mints, waf waf-ers
ers waf-ers and pineapple ice served by a

-coterie of girls in pretty party frocks.

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tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
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BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap
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A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
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BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
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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. McCASKIIAi,
State Agent, OCAIjA, FLA

They were .Misses Nellie .Beckham,
Alice Sexton, .Emma Perry and Ava Ava-lee
lee Ava-lee Edwards. ; -1
The decorations everywhere were
beautiful hut the ones in the dining
room were particularly attractive.
White candles in candlesticks and
candlebra 'burned softly on the man mantle,
tle, mantle, sideboard, serving table and the
round dining table, -with its flace
cloth, was edged .with a circle of
candles, festooned together by ideli ideli-cate
cate ideli-cate sprays of fern. Within the
circle, a ibride, lovely in her white
robes with orange "blossoms, and a
flower girl in white with a basket of
bridal flowers, had been arranged as
a pretty figurant, to Ibe the prey of
the 'bride-elect and ahove the chan chandelier
delier chandelier was twined with fern. White
chrysanthemums were used exclus exclusively
ively exclusively in the room and to further car carry
ry carry out the white and: green motif,
compotes of green and white mints
were on the table.
The exit from the "dining room
brought the guests to an attractive
coffee table, placed in the screened
porch, which was given a festive ap appearance
pearance appearance by the presence of a .pro .profusion
fusion .profusion of white and pink chrysanthe chrysanthemums.
mums. chrysanthemums. IMrs. S. A. Standley (and tMr3.
William Goin poured coffee and, as assisting
sisting assisting them was iMrs. .H. !H. iBrand
and others. Assisting in making the
afternoon most charming to all so
fortunate as to he among the guests
was the (hostess' mother, IMrs. I3d I3d-wards,
wards, I3d-wards, (Mrs. Beckham and JMrs. Sex Sexton.
ton. Sexton.
U. l). C. MEETING

iDickison Chapter U. (D. C. will
meet Friday afternoon at 3:30

oVrlock, at the residence of IMrs. D.

IM. Smith.

Mrs. A. A. Winer, Secretary.
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Wednesday afternoon and evening

a number of the friends of 'Miss Olara
Johnson gathered Informally at her

home on Oklawaha avenue to see her

Jbeautiful trousseau. Billowy piles

of hand-embroidered lingerie and
household linen, much of which iwas

the product of the skilled fingers of

the 'bride-elect and some of her in intimate
timate intimate friends, and all of which is
dear to the heart of a girl, were Qav Qav-ish'ly
ish'ly Qav-ish'ly admired. .Numbers of parties
being given since the announcement
of her approaching marriage has af afforded
forded afforded the 'bride-elect delightful op opportunities
portunities opportunities to wear her many beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and extremely ibecoming gowns.
A number of wedding gifts have al already
ready already arrived and they too were
admired by the group of friends be before
fore before leaving. 1

(Sir. W. H. Wilson, who. has :been
paying a visit to his wife and son
and young daughter, Irma iNannette,
left yesterday for Jacksonville, going
thence to 'Miami to see if (business for
a (life insurance representative wi!l
warrant a permanent residence in
conditions satisfactory, iMrs. 'Wilson
conditions satisfactorily, iMrs. Wilson
and children will join him. in Jan January.
uary. January. iMrs. LMary Elliott in serving
lunches at the school house at noon
is filling a long felt want among the
students. 'For a very small sum, iMrs.
Elliot gives a wholesome noon day
meal of soup, sandwiches of several

varieties, and other substantial
Tdlishes. She is 'being patronized by
many of the ipupils iand in a short
time, the lunch box, no doubt, will

not he a familiar sight in the sehoj

rooms.

iMrs. R. iL. iMartin of Oklawah

spending several days in town the

guest of relatives.

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A pretty event of next week will

be a supper given iMonday evening

iby Miss (Marguerite iPorter in com

pliment to !Miss Clara Johnson. The
supper will conclude the series of

llovely parties given for the popular

bride-elect.

iMrs. Laura A. JJey has returned to

Ocala to spend the -winter after trav traveling
eling traveling extensively in the northern

and eastern states during the sum

mer and fall months.

IMrs. C. H. Salisbury, of iDeKalb,

111., is a guest of !Mr. and iMrs. Isaac
Stevens. IMrs. Sallsberry has ibeen

a proierty owner at ILake Weir for
the past thirty years and will spend

the winter there.

Judge J. C. B. Koonce was the

guest of his family last night, re

turning to Bushnell this afternoon

Yesterday afternoon the Sunday

school Class of iMrs. J. ;H. Taylor me

at her home to arrange for a class

organization. iMiss Alice Sexton was

Eastern Stars
(Last night at Yonge's hall a spe

cial meeting was held by Ocala chap

ter Vr 9 a n T? 5

The grand matron of Florida, Mrs.
Mary (English of Sti Petersburg,' and

Mt 'E. 'I. 'Webster, of Gainesville,

grand patron, were present.
This ibeing the official visit of th3
grand matron, the work m-as iput on
for her inspection. IMrs. .English
praised Ocala chapter very highly
and -gave a beautiful and instructive
tal k. Sh e knows the wor;k so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly and can instruct in such a
charming manner, the order will
certainly be 'benefited by her visits
to the chapters through the state.
iMr. iE. I. Webster was called for
a talk and expressed his pleasure to
be with Ocala chapter again, compli complimenting
menting complimenting them on the beautiful work
and in the name of the grand chapter
thanked this -chapter for the assist assistance
ance assistance in ? the institution y the chap chapter
ter chapter at '.Leeshurg last month. !Mr.
Webster is a pleasant and clever man

and wiU always be a welcome visitor
here. v -iC
IMr. C E. Connor, associate 'grand
patron of 'Florida and past ipatron of
this chapter then thanked the other
two -grand officers for; the encourage encouragement
ment encouragement and good instruction. r
IMr. Jake Brown, worthy patron,
also thanked these two officers and
gave a short animated talk.
tMrs. Tttora Brown, worthy matron;
presided in her usual pleasing man manner,
ner, manner, v '. I '.,''')
IMrs. iH. A. Kramer was also call call-ed
ed call-ed on and responded very cleverly,
saying she did not know she f would
he expected to talk hut merely to
satisfy the inner man and hoped she
with the committee had succeeded.

The chapter gave her a rising vote
of thanks. ; : ?
After close of the chapter .Mr.
Brown invited the crowd into the

dining hall, where long fables were
laid wl th white cloths ; an d hig stars
the five colors with tall vases of cut
flowers In center of each an!d gar gar-lands
lands gar-lands of marsh holly laden with red
henries stretched from star to star.
This was the result of the work of
the refreshment and hall committees,
consisting of IMrs. C. JB. Simmons,
(Mrs. II. A. Kramer, tMrs. IF. lG. B.
Weihe, iMrs. A. Y. Strunk, iMrs, A. E.
Burnett, (Mrs. iR. IE. Yonge, (Mrs. F.
W. Cook and CVIrs. IL. (E. Yonee.
Chicken salads sand wibhest pickles,
dives, cake and coffee was served by
the following on serving committee:
(Mrs. L. iMarsh, iMrs. I. I. Strong,
(Mrs. Bradford iWebb, tMrs. J. D.
'Robertson and IMisses May Stein,
lErin Yonge and iBleanor Tremere.
IWJhen supper was over the grand
offi cers expressed themselves as de delighted
lighted delighted with the evening and 'with

the chapter gave a vote of thanks to
the refreshment and other commit committees
tees committees who had worked hard to make
this affair a success, which It was in
every respect.
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iMr. and iMrs. J. S. Norton, who
have heen guests of Capt. and fMrs.
S. iR. Pyles for several days, lefthls
morning in their car for St. tPeters-

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IFloral City by iMr. Pyles. ..
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morrow (but will meet Saturday 'aft 'afternoon
ernoon 'afternoon at 3 o'clock at the club. A
large attendance is desired as the
course of study for the winter -must
be chosen.
Tomorrow from 1'3 to 1 o'clock
and from 5 to 111 o'clock, the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Christian Temperance -Union
will serve oysters, (prepared in all
styles, at the armory. In he eve evening
ning evening home-made candies will also be
on sale.
iMr. and iMrs. B. A. Brannen, who
have been residing on East Broadway
for some time, have taken rooms with
iMr. and Mrs. iLouIs Pillans and will
do light housekeeping.

Mrs. 'F. iE. Weihe has as her guest .Mrs. iW. H. Dodge returned last

her sister-in-law, (Mrs. Charles iMoore night from a ibrief visit to (Tunnellon.

expects to join her husband in JacK- R. A. AVHiKINS

sonville, where they will in the fu

ture reside. The Star regrets to learn of the

Xldeath of 'Mr. R. (Wilkinis, an old

liss lEllie Tremere of "Belleview citizen of Anthony, who .passed away

was in the city last night to attend last night, ai-rv Wilkins was one or

the Eastern tarnfeeting. She was Morion's good citizens, and the or or-the
the or-the gtiest overnight of JMiss Mae row at his death will be widespread.

Stein, and .wasctIcgffig-vAsltor to He has ibeen sick for some time, and

the Star office this morning. S his daughter, Mrs. (Bd Carmichael,

heen in devoted attendance at

fMr. Tom TJUlfTg'ston is here from hils hedslde for the last tnree weed's.

South Carolina on a visit tto his rel- The funeral will take "place at An An-atives
atives An-atives and numerous' friends. I thony tomorrow, !but the Star has not

heen able to learn of the arrange-

(Miss Ruth Brvin will entertain ments.

the 'Phllatheas of the (Methodist

church at her home this evening. GREAT ANXlyERSARY

Messrs. Hayes & Ouynn's (great an-
Qlrs. F. G. B. Weihe leaves tomor- niversary sale openod up at 9 o'clock

row for Jacksonville to he the fort- this tmorning. IA' good crowld has

night guedt of her son, Prof. O. J. heen in attendance on the sale all

Weihe and wife. dav lonsr and the orooriotors of the

store are well pleased with the fbus-

IMrs. trances coiner is spending a iness they have done. Tomorrow

few days at "Glen hurst" the guest morning from 9 to 0:30 o'clock, the

of IMrs. S. It. Pyles. store will have a fine special. (Read

the ad. in today's paper. Saturday's

Br. and (Mrs. W. H. Henry of Ok-j special at this anniversary sale will

lawaha, were visitors yesterday, re- ibe five cakes of Octagon soap for 10

turning home in the evening. cents to each customer (buying $1

worth of goods. iHayes & Guynn's

tMrs. C. B. Wheeler, who has been great anniversary sale lasts until the

visiting her sister, IMrs. J. R. Dewey close of the month, and every day
for ten days, left yesterday after- there will be bargains, real, money-

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ofAuto'TIRES nd TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods areot'the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of kn6wing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We cell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.'

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Wheeler will join tMr. Wheeler at the sale. They have thousands of

their new home in .Miami. I dollars worth of the latest and best

merchandise in the store, and every-

The study class of the Woman's thing in the place has been marked

Club announces that on account ol down, the prices cut to the quick
the better .babies contest now fbeing and tagged in plain figures. Be sur

elected president, Miss Kathleen 1 held at the c.lub, it will not meet to- you visit the sale and get your share.

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RIXRS FOR THE TOURNAMENT
CliUIJ INDORSED CANDIDATES
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THE OCALA EVENING GTAK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1014

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25 Fof Seeomdl EesH $

Poem of not more than forty lines written on
"THE OLD FASHION GARDEN"
Carrying out the idea of back to the garden as a
means of reducing the high cost of living.
To anyone writing on the above subject, either poem or prose,
and failing to get first or second 'premium, I will give $10. 'All pre premiums
miums premiums to apply as first payment on one of those $100 lots in 'Ma 'Marion
rion 'Marion Heights. Remember, I am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December 1st, 1914. Judges will, be named later.

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Cry stal River, Fla:

Shippers of the famous Crystal

River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can ;;
care for orders both large and
small. f ::
Salt Water Fisli in any quantity.
For further information address

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Drxj;n .fiiYer" "dixie -limited" n "semixole limited"
"SOUTH ATIIjANTIO IilMITKD "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
Pillaian oars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis!, Louisville and
lnterrr.ediate paints, to Jacksonville. r ;:
" IHNIXti AND OBS ERVATION CARS

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STANDARD DAI1VROAID' OP THE SOITIH V

J. G. KIRKL.AND, D. P. A., ?

A. W. FFtlTOT, D. P. A.,
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa", Fla.

f fee Ciimeraal Bails
OCALA, FLORIDA.
CAPITiLL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository

The Knightly Sport, AVhich Vill be

the 3Iost -Brilliant Feature of
the Marion-Sumter Fair
The big lance tournament for the

(Marion-Sumter Fair is gaining in

popularity daily, and iMr. .11. S.

Chambers who has charge of the

feature is receiving many letters of
inquiry from all over both counties

about it. The post3 have been put

in place and those who propose to
enter the contest are not at liberty
to make practice Tides over the

course.:

(For some days a movement has
been on foot for giving a tournament
for the Ocala boys on Friday, the
last day of the -fair, as they are barr

ed from, entry in the regular event.
This feature depends largely upon
th e iboys th emsel ves. If the number

interested is sufficient to warrant the

arrangement committee in going

anead ,with it there will ibe a toairna toairna-ment
ment toairna-ment on this day. iMr. Chambers re

quests that ail whb are Interested
communicate with him at once, so a3

to let him know just what to expect

and make announcement positively

one way or the other.

Gfr. Chambers has drafted a set of
rules for the tournament, wnich' he
wants it oinderstood are to "be strict strictly
ly strictly complied 'With in every instance:
li -;When a knight's name Is call called
ed called lie" must be prepared ?to ride at
once. .
-. i2. (Nine rings will foe the (total

number.

.3 Time limit from first to third
post 10 seconds
!4. (After a knight has made his

ride he must remain at the' stopping

ipomt and deliver his rings to the

pages. :

5. Any attempt to take a ring

bars .the rider from trying again for

the ring should It he turned or not. If
no attempt Is made to take a ring
for cause, the rider Is entitled to an another
other another ride at said Ting or rings.
Mr. r Chambers has selected for his
-pages iMisses tA.nnie Davis and Gladys
IDrake.

Third -ward .11. A.

Fourth ward G. A.

Will Support Men It Approves of in
. Every Ward
The IVIarion Democratic Club" had
another -well attended meeting it
the K. of P. hail last night, and in indorsed
dorsed indorsed a full set of aldermen, which
indorsements are as follows:
First ward -rB. C. Bennett.
Second ward C. W. Hunter.

Fausett.

Carmlchael

and G. A. Nash. : 7 ; :
It is possible that the club will in indorse
dorse indorse a candidate for mayor by its
next meeting, SWednesday night, the
nth. V'--, :
A number of new members signed
the roll. The -club now has at least
150 members, probably more.
Messrs. R: C. Camp, ;C. F. 'Flip 'Flip-pen,
pen, 'Flip-pen, J.C. Caldwell and A. J fFausett
were appointed a committee to round
up the few old members who have
not ibeen- attending meetings, and
also to obtain new ones.
There was considerable discussion
for "the good of the order," com commission
mission commission government (being consider considered
ed considered among other things. The dub
seems to favor the Idea, provided the
ipeopfe elect' the commissioners and
hold them responsible.
After husiness was over, a big
and' toothsome turkey purlo with the
necessary accompaniments was serv served
ed served The pi easu re of the evening .was
added to foy the colored string (band,
which arrived about the time the
feasting ."began, and gave some ex excellent
cellent excellent music.

BEAUTIFUIi KRACEIjETS

FINE AMUSEMENTS j,
FOR THE FAIR

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Secretary Williams has Secured

Big Motordrome, Aeroplane and
! , .Animal Show
Secretary Williams or the Olarion-

ISumter Fair informs the Star that he

has secured one of the ;best amuse amusement
ment amusement features in the country for the

iMarionnSumter Fair. IMr. Sam Ach,

advance agent, is now in town, : ar arranging
ranging arranging .for the appearance of the
Greater heel ey Shows, of Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky., during fair -week. This is
a carnival rvsiith motordrome, aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane and animal show features, he he-eides
eides he-eides many minor attractions, and
will furnish laods of fun 'beside some
instruction to all who attend.

Lovely Prizes at the Fair for the Can Canning
ning Canning Club Young Ladies ,
iMrs. J. IR. Mobrehead Is very proud
of three ibeautiful 'bracelets given her
by the secretary of the Marion County

Board of Trade, as prizes to those

young lady members of the canning

cluhs I who shall most distinguish
themselves .hy their exhibits at the

fair. The (bracelets ; are on exhibi

tion at (Burnett's, tand look at them

iwill he proof of ithe great interest of
the Board of Trade in the success of

the ifair. : ?

Leggins, hunting coats, saddle

bags and other hunter's necessities,
at the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.

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Ccnditicus, LIrs, Bailee!: Gave
Up in Despair. Husband
Came to Rescue.

Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter
from this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock
writes as follows : MI suffered for four
years, with womanly troubles, and during
this time, 1 could only sit up for a little
while, and could not walk anywhere at
aU. At times, I would have severe pains
la my left side.'
The dixlcr was called in, and his treat treatment
ment treatment relieved me for a while, but I was
soon confined to my bed 2gain. After
that, nothing seemed to do me any good.

I had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and 1 gave up in despair.
At i'ast, my husband got me a bottle of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com commenced
menced commenced taking it. .From the very first
dose, I could tell it was helping me. 1
can now walk two miles without its
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
If you are all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped
more tlian a million women, in its 50
years of continuous success, and should
surely lislp you, too. Your druggist has
sold Cardui for years. He knows what

it will do. Ask him. He will recom recommend,
mend, recommend, it Begin taking Cardui today.
Write &; CharUnoosa AWicine Co., Ladles
Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for. Special
Instructions en your case and 6t-pas;e book. iiorat
Treatment Uvc Women." sent in plain wrapper. J-Ca

(We are putting our specials on for
Fri'day as well as Saturday and Mon Monday.;:
day.;: Monday.;: We are doing this so tthat you
will nave these goods on Friday and
not ihave to contend with our Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's rush. (Look the list over
(which appears in this paper) and let
us have your orders tomorrow. We

(want your orders, Ihowever. any time

they come, 'if it is Saturday night,
but we are making this suggestion
and change for your sake.
1.1-12-It O. K. fTea-pDi Grocery.

PRETTY WINDOW DISPLAY

See the pretty window display of

French Toilet ware at A. iE. Burnett,

the jeweler. 11-7-tf-dly

RE3rARKABIiE CURE OF CROUP

JLast winter when gray little boj' boj'-had
had boj'-had croup I got him a "bottle of
Chamber Iain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly ibelieve it saved his life," 'writes
iMrs. J. B. Cook, 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

CITY TAXES
The city tax books nave ibeen open
for (payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. let. The law provides that
they ibe 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
191'4 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
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2) per cent, discount for all
tXovember payments and one (1)
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
1 1-2-2 m Tax Collector 'Marion Co.

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is the name of a live, interesting family newspaper
which will give the news of the county in general and
of the Ocala Bargain House in particular. If you have
not received a copy of it, write for one, for we want
everyone in Marion county to read the good things, and
the news of the great bargains it will contain. It is
free to you, so ask or write us for it.

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dDiiiF Great Mtecflectoiry Sale is still going on.
In fact, we are giving More and Better Bargains than
ever. Some of our competitors and imitators are of offering
fering offering what they call bargains, but we are the origi originators
nators originators or real bargains in Ocala.
We will at all times sell you More goods for same
money and Same goods for Less Money than any com competitor.
petitor. competitor. "May the Best Values Win Out" is the slo slogan
gan slogan of this store. Gome in and enjoy the good things
of our great Sale.

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1 VISH
WIIirnDt give your kid
E 1 JIL the Eami! trainin,? ?
"STioi I mu a sitmter kd, asd cami
upon manr word In my readlnff tbat
I did not cndcrsUnd. my mother, in instead
stead instead of trMnf nt the delioltioa when
I applied to her, jtaif orm'y sent me to
the dletic rary to Isarn it, and in thia
way I grjuluallr learned nany things
besides tlin meiAlnr of tlte Indiridaal
word in qmstio a anocz sther thlnsa,
how to one: a dictionary, and the great
pleasure fjid advantage there might
be In tliu mo of the dictionary.
Afterward i, when I went tc the Tillage
school, mr chief direnlotu after les lessons
sons lessons weiu learned and bef ore they
were recited, was is tornlog orer the
pages of the 'Unabridged of those
days. Now the id oat modern Una-bridged-theNEW
INTERNATIONAL
giTes me u pleasure of the same sort.
So far aa tay knowledge extends, It is
at present the best cf the onc-ToIame
dictionaries, and Quite sufficient for
all ordinary uses. Even those who
possess the splendid dictionaries in
several volumes will yet find it a great
convenience to have this, which is so
compact, so full, and so trustworthy
as to leavii. in most cases, little to be
desired."- Albert S. Cook.Fn.D..LL.D..
Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Univ. April 28, 1311.
TOUTS for flpMimea rages. Ututrstloas. Eta.
of WXBSTgZ'B KLW CfTESAAXIOKAX. DICTIOKABT
G. & C MERRIAAI COMPANY,
For Ove r 63 Years Publishers of
The Genuine Webster's Dictionaries,
SPUING FIELD. MASS U. S. A.
A Dollar Saved
Is A Dollar Made
So buy your groceries (from the
OCALA GROCERY C03IPANY,
and save money.
Every little bit helps. Puli weight
and masure guaranteed
1 pound Bliss Coffee. . .
.3 pounds best Rice
1 qt good Florida Syrup. .
1 bottle good Fla Syrup.
Irish potatoes per pk. .
BACON per pound
5 gallons oil
Everything cheap for cash.
.30c
.23c
.20o
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.20c
.lGc
.60c
Ocala Cash Grocery
Company,
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King A-venne
i"Go RIorth fey Sea"
merchants & Miners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP. LINES
JACKSONVILLE
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NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
iew ijieamers. xiow I'ares. oes
eervic6. Wireless telegraph on ali
steamers. Through fares and ticketF
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
. L ALEXAMH5E1
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made cn all Con
tract Work. Gives more and bette
work for the money than any othe
"ontractor in the city.
"French Briar."
"Preach briar' is produced In
Biclly, Calabria, Corsica and of late
'fears Algeria.

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Mt Louta can jrvvn"rN .&
UGT OUT
Citra. 'Sitji 11. Olr. ana "Mrs. l-o-
gan and fa r lily of lAsln iville arrived
hero Satin t! ay and will spend the
win. or in 4 tra.
Hon. (E. I.. Wartmanii -was a busi
ness to Gait esville Saturday.
OILsses Lc iise.and Ethel Borland
enterDained 4 heir Sunday school class classes
es classes S'aturda.; afternoon. The- Jittle
girls and 'btys had a ariost delight delightful
ful delightful afternocii.

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tnj. Crec:xnoTe, iMrs. Croshy and j ijis .tobSicco poire, oinadoil derated, be be-.
. be-. DuPres went to Island Grove ; fog my own' product, tho cMppinirs

airs

Qlonilay to ittend the iBa stern Starj,, my cigar ifactory cut u i and the
meeting.' I'diist ab&tracteid thereorn, and ;con-
Tiies'day ifternoon the ladies of 'italning a combination of -pure cigar

the methodlJt and Baptist Mission-;
ary Societies -were entertained at the i
home of Mn J. JLally Smith. Imr-
ing the afternoon iMrs. J. B.
i:OT- j
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land read U13 first chapter of "The
Child in Our (Midst," which made all
feel their ser.se of obligation to the
children in lands where they have
no Gospel Light. It was decided to
hold the social literary meetings ev every
ery every two weefes. Mrs. Borland's heme
will be the itext meeting place.
IMr. and Cdrs. Orr, of (Nashville,
Tenn., aTe gi ests at the White 'Horse.
iMrs. S. S. Savage and children and
iMiss Savage, of Oca, were guests

of (Mrs. (Driver Saturday afternoon. liAmierican. women often suffer from
At the meeting of the xcity coun-1 derangemenrts that are purely femii-
cil last night quite a number of much ni"e- m
, , 1 iAt the first systems of any d-
needed measurers were -passed, somerangemnt cf the feminine organism
of which are the following: Nat any iperiod of life the one safe,
Th2re shall be no paper or other really helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's
trash thrown on the streets. A Fa-vorite Prescription. V
, ,, n. ,r. -'It is a woman's medicine and as
speed limit of ten miles an hour in (yY,,Kr aT11 wo,w m.

the corporation limits must be main- storative power is acknowledged the of some cane 'he. raised. It is Japa Japa-tained
tained Japa-tained by automobiles and motor-cy-1 country over. jnese.but the fines t in the county-, we
cles. A building permit committee! Dr. Pierce's jPavorite Prescriptionj dare say.
was aoiointed. It is to be honed that i is a -true friend to women in times of Mrs. Jim Brooks has the two bright

every one will have pride enough in,

our little town to comply with these tions. iFor headache, backache, hot
restrictions without having to .have j flashes, catarrhal condition, ibearing
the council' enforce the law. The Gown sensation, mental depression,
, . dizziness, fainting stpells, lassitude
council rendered a vote of thanks toand xnaustion .women should never
the ladies of the Civic Iveague f or f aii to tae ltnjs ,tried and true wo-

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the work they have done
for
the I
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uir- tklIS ailu """' ""r Rnld in either taiblet o- lauid

Steubensville, Ohio, are here
look-
ing after their orange crop.
IT
REALLY DOES RELIEVE
RHEUMATISM
Everybody who is afflicted with
rheumatism in any form should ny
all means keep a bottle of, Sloan's
Liniment on hand. The minute you
feel a pain or soreness in a joint or
muscle, 'bathe it with Sloan's Xinl Xinl-ment.
ment. Xinl-ment. Do not Tub it. Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
the seat of pain, relieving the hot,
tender, swollen feeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a -Dottle or Sloan's Liniment for 20
cents of any druggist and have it In
the house against colds, sore and
swollen jojnts, rheumatism, neural
gia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money Jback if not satisfied, but
does give almost instant relief.
it
NOTICE 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
in 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
TRY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH
(Thousands of people keep cough- j
ing because unable to get the right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in
flammation of throat and hronchial
tubes. What you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del
icate mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and quickly relieves the coa-
gested membranes. Get a o0 cent
bottle from your druggist. "Dr.
King's CS'ew (Discovery quickly and
completely stopped my cough,
writes J. R. Watts, 'Floydale, 'lexas.
Money 'hack if not satisfied, but it
nearly always helps. tu-thr-fri-wk.
As to Overwonc.
Either you are necessary to provi providence,
dence, providence, and then you have no right
to kill yourself by overwork, or you
are not necessary to providence, and
then you" have no need to kill your yourself
self yourself by overwork. I put that dilem dilemma
ma dilemma to you in all seriousness, and
leave you to escape from It if you
tan. Charles Klngsley

THE OCALA EVENING STAR,' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914

WHERE.

I do not say, dxcause cotton is not
'Sty lousiness, hut -I do cal l the a-t-
! ;t!nfcioii of Mt. Pipe Smoker or rTobac-
wer, who 'Imys a pound of my
El TroDtco Havana Cigar aippinfjs
for 4 0 cents (will Dh eqna j fifty goc d
ccgars) to the fact that yim will find
p3pe smoMng a pleasure- h Or if ye n
ire fond of ohewlinK, you will find
j-eaf tobacco -that 5 costs (is high as
4 a Dound. A trial will convdnbe
3C,U This tobacco ds put up in 2, i,
$ and 16 oance pacSkages;.
Yours trnlyr
Eli TROF1CO CIGAR FACTORY
CHA.RTJES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.
WOMEN SUFFER FROM WAR
Thousands of Women of Europe au-e
3Left destitute, fiJuprotectEd an
in Misery
The hearts of the women of (Amer (America
ica (America go out to their sisters in Europe
who are left in misery and want.
t Derformin.e: their func
men's medicine.
It's not a secret remedy for all the
ingredients are printed on the wrap-
toer. Sold In eitner taoiet o-
form.
A GREAT BOOK EVERY
AVOMAN SHOULD HAVE
"If you 'will pay the mailing char charges
ges charges which are hut a trifle," says Dr.
Pierce, ""I will send you my cloth
hound hook of over il,000 pages with
r P.1?1" "..l11"!!":
lions uuu win nut vuaigc juu a. yimj
for the book itself."
Over a million copies of "The Peo Peoples
ples Peoples Common Sense IMedical Adviser"
are now in the hands of the people.
It is a book that everyone should
have and read in case of accident or
sickness.
lit is so plainly written that
anyone can understand it
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Send 20 cents in stamps for mail mailing
ing mailing charges to (Dr. Pierce, Invalid's
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and enclose
this notice and you will receive by
return mail, all charges prepaid, this
valuable book. Adv. 2
To Get R.d of Red Ants,
Red ants can make a house almost
uninhabitable. One can get rid of
them, however, if one know.s how. The
first thing to do is to find the place
they come frcm i. e., where their
nest is. If it be in an accessible spot,
a little kerosene will quickly stop the
trouble. On the other hand, if the
nest be in the wail or under the floor,
find the nearest accessible point, and
kill the insects oft as they appear.
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES
TION
It is not at all surprising that per
sons who have Indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them hy IMrs. Blanche (Bowers,
maiana, Fa.: "For years my diges
tion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It ried every-
s 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
una the right treatment. 1 soon be
gan to improve and since taking a
few hottles of them my digestion is
fine. For sale by all dealers. ad
Tv4tnn. d-nrW rtv. ii
wi ai win riuiilCi
a. iiLiiic. niwmrair n 1111 i iih hi imiiii i?ii
. t - j Si.
nacles and in possession of three tur-
ties was sighted on the Pacific coast
recently by "he captain of a San Fran-
Cisco steam The tree was 40 feet
lone and h.-d been floating so long
nPtrifiod

MoralNever looli for a Gas leali

U FT r- Is. AV I ARTUS!!

Cotton Plant, Nov. 11. Ll refresh refreshing
ing refreshing shower was? welcomed very much
Monday morning; eai ly altho more
would be appreciated
Mr. !D. ; CM. Barco returned home
Sfiturday from several months stay in
Ojala where he has had a rushing
business in the registration ofiice.
He will now engage i;i cultivating an
ooiion crop. :
Prof. Turner and air. Harry Wood Woodward
ward Woodward went to Oakla Saturday. Prof.
Turner spent the nigtt in Ocala with
reJatives and weat down to D-unnel-lon
Sunday mo rning and s;;jent the
day with his sifter, airs. Ge. .Davis.
Ke returned Sunday, night cn Sunny
.'Jim and .-.'resumed school duties again
tion day o:norning feeling much re re-f
f re-f r!shed d'rom tis pleasant 'trip.
Miss Carrie Jterco and IMrs. X. W.
"Woodward werff jalliDg on jriends in
irom eland Fridiy, v
; Messrs, Chas. 'VeaC, Will Veal and
P. M. (Morris urere Irusihesi visitors
to Ocala LMonday.
Mrs. C has. Veal and (Mas-ler 'Willie
V'eal spent (Monday .frith IMrs. W. E.
Veal. : .. 1
Mrs. A. AV. Wooc'mard and sons,
-Hary and Clarence, attended sprayer
meeting at iHora eland TViVlay even evening.
ing. evening. These weakly prayer .meetings
are very intensitingJ Prof. Turner
was the leader Jast week. We fail failed
ed failed to. learn who will ibe the (leader for
(Friday night. :
'Mr. and 'Mrs. John ion were calling
on air. and IMrs. 'Woodward Sunday
evening. Mr. Jolinson is very proud
little girls of (Mr. Sykes, of Ixroy,
boarding with her and attending dav
school and they are very welcome
scholars in our Sunday school.
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through io?e and sympathy: to
lead pupils toward ; higher ideals of
I1f nnrt tr.
life and duty; to establish closer re relations
lations relations between home and school and
state; to exalt ruiity of life and con conduct;
duct; conduct; to strengthen the moral tone ol
the community; to make good men
and women; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education attractive ; tov magnify the
state; to meet the need for educated
citizenship; -such U the exalted mis-
Ulon of the teacher
Hon. Charles R
8'tinner. t
AN ACTIVE LITER
MEANS HEALTH
AnmJQV,ny1 nA frC
1 VVAiAA Li Ai.V AA aUU HAVUVIU V VA A4AiJ.
ness, constipaticn, hiliousness, head
aches and indigestion, take Dr.
Kings' (New Life Pills. They drive
out the fermenting and undigested
foods, clear the (blood and cure con
stipation. Only 25 cents at your
druggist. itu-thrnfri-wkly,
Living for Others. V
It probably never occurs to a young
man or woman that he cr she is hard
to live with." Thct ia a phrase we
always, somehow use about other peo
ple. But why ? Why not occasionally
consider whether the difficulties we
complain of may be partly the re
sult of our own sharp angles and self selfish
ish selfish wills? The art of living with oth others
ers others is largely th art of living for oth
ers, and not for ourselves.
His Dally Supply of Cake.
A Wichita attorney is very fond of
a certain kind of cake his wife is ex
pert at making. Recently she left for
a visit with her parents, zr 1 before
going baked a large cake. She knew
hat if she left the entire cake where
her hurMnd could find it he would
eat it ai. in one day, so she cut it into
slices and hid them in various parts
of the house. Each, day she writes
her husband, and In the tetter she tells
him where he can find a piece of the
cake. Kansas City Star.
DON'T DELAY TREATING .YOUR
COUGH
t ; 1- ..t-, rrt s. art HoAnmoa CAru
I .
I i im? Tuners 2rBt. conerestea. broncial
-
iTurves nil 'wua mut-uus
Hc It othes your
htwi wiRsaffK. loosens mu
J coug and makes your system resist
I colds. Give the baby and childrea
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar-
lrxtA tn hpln them. Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-fri-wkly,

witli a lighted matcli

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Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, coutheact comer
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
UOURS: 9 A. 11. TO 4;50 P. f I. PIlONC 333

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To Be Uririijht in Our Dealinss
We: Put

OUR MEATS
. IMaklug it
COOE-, CAPVE AND
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PnONE 108

JAW1ES AUSTIN WIORTLANO
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Itstimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Build-,
, Build-, ings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
' Paving, Sewrerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida

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Teams For Rent Liplifi and Heavy Pauling

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

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C0LOEK BEOS., Proprietors.

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3LAOinNE REPAIRING
I rwish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience 1
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Barga in
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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-He Towmrl
They Brought Back Alem
I ories of True Love.
By HENRIETTA CRAWFORD.
, Everybody was sipping tea and nib nibbling
bling nibbling cakes save Mildred. For her tea
and cakes had no charm, perhaps be because
cause because she had poured the one and dis dispensed
pensed dispensed the other steadily for the past
boar.
She leaned b v: & in her chair behind
the tea, table absently watching the
little crowd of fashionably dressed
men and women that were moving
about the parlors, yet conscious never nevertheless
theless nevertheless that the man beside her was
observing, her .and enjoying her expe
rience from his own standpoint, which
was so different from her own that
she often wondered how be could find
anything in her to interest him.
In a low voice be was telling her
about the people before her eyes how
the Toman in gray velvet had recently
come into a fortune and how the girl
In blue was sadly puzzled as to wheth whether
er whether she would be happier with an Amer
lean because she loved him or with an.
English eldest son because be was heir
to a title. V.-'-.i '-v'-v'vVrvV
She listened carelessly, scarcely re replying.
plying. replying. In reality her mind was busy
with its own affairs. She was merely
their hostess country cousin who pour poured
ed poured tea and to whom Hills Hubbard
was somewhat attentive,
. "You must be very nice to him."
Cousin Nell had advised the first day
Mildred was in the house.
"And why? the girl had inquired.
"Because be is a good match, as good
as there is to be had. That counts
very much In my world. Mildred, It
may be that you will charm him. being
a type that he la unacquainted with."
Certainly it seemed that she had
charmed him,1 Since the first day she
met him he had been attentive to her,'
sending her flowers, taking her to ride
In his motor and to lunch at the best
places.
She had been quite frank with him
from the first in spite of Cousin Nelt
telling him that her father was 'only a
poor country doctor and this was the
first time she had been asked to visit
her cousin.
As she leaned back in her chair she
was wondering how It would seem to
always have plenty of money, to buy
one's frocks at the best shops, to live
in a house where the work was done
as by magic, to go about in a blue and
gold motor and be able to hear all the
best music.
Just that afternoon Cousin Nell had
said when she came in to' inspect1 her
toilet:
"You understand, Mildred, that Mr.
Hubbard will have something to say to
you before you go home1. There is but
pne answer for you to make, and I am
sure he expects that one.,k
!!!
"Butbut I'm not certain 1 care for
him enough," Mildred had stammered.
Nell had stared nt her.
"My dear child! Do you think that
any one In these days marries for love
alone?
"I didn't know, the girl said hum humbly.
bly. humbly. Then she thought of her cousin's
elderly husband, who was seldom vis visible
ible visible save at breakfast time, and the
II!
hitherto concealed reason for Nell's
111!
strange marriage was suddenly reveal revealed
ed revealed to her. ; ,;.;.V.
Mildred had Indeed experienced
much since coming Into her cousin's
bouse. None of the golden rules' which
her parents had taught her were ap applicable
plicable applicable here. Other ideals, were cher cherished,
ished, cherished, other aims kept in sight.
Her father and mother had married
for love. Money they knew to be a
great good without which one could
yet be happy. The poorest person
was as good as the wealthiest, provid provided
ed provided he was of moral character. Yet.
after all. when one was constantly
meeting strangers how could one know
more about them than their appear appearance
ance appearance revealed? Who cared whether
Mrs. Poynters first husband was Hy Hying?
ing? Hying? ;
She was the wife of a notable rich
man and very agreeable. In Harlin
she would have been looked upon with
suspicion, but here she was courted.
Yes, money was a wonderful thing. It
brought one so much. Even if she did
not love Mr. Hubbard she could no
doubt be very happy with him. To be
able to wear a dress like that gray vel velvet
vet velvet and black furs with long silver
hairs in them, each one of which rep represented
resented represented a purseful of money, and ru rubles
bles rubles like Mrs. Ogden's!
The girl drew a long breath md stir
red uneasily. What would her father
and mother say? What would Tom
think? She bit her lip as the memory
of his braVe yet tender face possessed
her. She could almost hear him say
ins:
-Now. look here.-Daffy-Down-Dilly,
you are jjroinsr up to town to visit your
fine cousin, and she'll have some fel fellow
low fellow picked out for yon. I know. He'll
be rich :md and diflVrent. 'and ; that
will end my clvnve. which always was
mUrhtv poor, wasn't it. dear? If it
wasn't you'd s:iy one word, r-.wl then I
wouldn't feni so entirely down as 1
vrill hi if you co without savins-it"
She hurt nor s.-!kl i he word." and c
sf)j was quite free ns far as Tom wa
cons-en-e:! to marry. FTIHs HuM-inl if
N-?i WiJh a stnrt he came back
?o re-; lit v and t hi sound of-his vo',c
"V'mi iin understand that vtrylotlv ;
K w.itrJiin .Miss Steuben with a jrre.H

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cet or interest. isut tnera 13 no coubt
in my mind that the Englishman will
win out."
"What makes you think so?" Mildred
asked.
-Because. That's a woman's reason.
I know; but. s I say, it involves a
good deal. The American, you see. has
only his business prospects and for the
present an average living. The Eng Englishman
lishman Englishman has a fine old home, ancestry
of the best, acres and tenants and a
coronet about to descend upon bis aris aristocratic
tocratic aristocratic head."
Mildred sighed and looked again at
the girl in blue. She was very pretty
as she stood with her back to a great
mass of daffodils particularly, but now
something about them set her heart to
beating quickly with memories of
home. A month later there would be

a great showing of them in the little
garden she and her, mother tended
The dear, dear things Nell had or
dered them simply because they look looked
ed looked well against the wall paper of her
drawing room, but to Mildred's girlish
fancy they were vital, appealing. They
meant home, the country, springtime
yes, and Tom, walking toward her. his
face full of joy at sight of her.
Ob; they had no business to be here
in this hot, crowded room. Jostled by
furs and velvets, simple, open air blos blossoms
soms blossoms that they were! No one appar apparently
ently apparently was aware of them save herself
and the girl in blue, who had drawn
one from the jar and was pulling It to
pieces.
A woman came across the room, set
her cup down upon the table, smiled
at Mildred and leaned toward Hills
Hubbard.
; "I have something to tell you which
I Just now heard on the best author authority
ity authority she said. MYou have lost your
wager, my dear boy. Love wins. Miss
Bertha Steuben marries the American
after all.-
'Is that possible?" he exclaimed. I
would not have believed it of her
"Nor L Thank you, no more tea,vmy
dear Miss Verrel. I am just leafing.
She made her adieus and passed on
gayly. Mildred's eyes, with a new ex expression
pression expression In them, were again on the
girl in blue.
He turned sharply.
"You would do it yourself?"
"Yes," Mildred said.
He studied her a moment
Yes. I believe you would, he said,
"but in your case there are no parallel
circumstances. May I come tomorrow
when you are alone, dear, and explain
to you what I mean?"
Mildred turned white, but she faced
him bravely.
"No." she gasped. "No. It would be
of no use. You see. I have Just made
up my mind to go home tomorrow. It's
the best place for me. I think, and
they want me, father and my mother
and" She stopped abruptly, with a
vivid blush.
"Ah. 1 see!" Hills Hubbard said. He
looked very straight before him for an
instant
In Mildred's ears was ringing the
absurd old nursery rhyme with which
Tom had teased her before she set.
forth to visit her Cousin Nell:
Daffy-Down-Dilly has gone up to town
In her yellow- petticoat and her green
gown.
But Daff y-Do wp-Dilly was going
home from town to be happy with her
own.
Feeding an Atlantic Walrus.
The most expensive animal at the
New York zoological park is the At
lantic walrus. On his arrival four
years ago the animal weighed 149
pounds. He has now attained the
weight of over 500 pounds, ne re requires
quires requires forty pounds of. clam meat
dally. The labor of preparing bis
meals, cleaning his tank and the cost
of the sea salt that must be added to
the water make' the expense of keep keeping
ing keeping him equal to that of feeding two
large elephants.
4. $ ft if. 4. 3. ft tf t j. 3 $ .$ $
j PRACTICAL HEALTH HIHT. f
, The mouth disease that is most
often responsible for, general ill
health is Rlgg's disease (Pyor-
rhea alveolaris), but other forms
of Inflammation, such as an ab- Jj
scess at the root of the tooth)
can also do mischief. The ab abscess
scess abscess may cause no pain or ap apparent
parent apparent inflammation, yet It may
do a good deal of harm If the
pus it forms passes i Into the
blood stream. Among the many
diseases which In certain cases
can be traced to Inflammation
of the gums or tooth sockets are
dyspepsia, rheumatism, anaemia,
high blood pressure with result resulting
ing resulting headache or even heart and
kidney disease, constipation and
asthma. Possibly we may in include
clude include ulcer of the stomach or in intestines,
testines, intestines, gallstones and appen appendicitis.
dicitis. appendicitis. Of course, all these con-
dltlons are more frequently
owing to other causes, but It is J
J well to remember that they can
originate in an III kept mouth, x
Too often, unfortunately, we see
f broken and decayed teeth, loose 'i-T
and covered with tartar. In the
mouths of persons who are In
& other respects careful In regard
ly to personal hygiene. When the X
physician examines such a
mouth he usually finds the gums
swollen with a blue line along Y
the edge.-of the teeth, and a very
nprnt pressure win lorce out pus
from between the teeth. As
lonr as such a condition Is "pres "present
ent "present it i- not much use to treat
ofsf-nre jreneral symptoms of III
Itealth -Thorouirh treatment by
a 'ou.jfetont dentist Is the first
A
1
t hi iitr to insist on

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In Small, Medium and Larrjo
Bone 3 Purity Guaranteed
Thh is the drug store where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, creams evervthing
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 cf absorbent paper in the home? Try
v "' 4i : :M
f fmfmjl U
They Savo HcuscvcrL
You cant tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
f grease from fried foods, absorbing s?Ut
iquids. Don't use your good linen towels -in
the kitchen and pile up big washing v
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large tizes. SctttTissut Teihi
Paper is another article you will like.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy whits.
Large rolls, 10c.
Afm-LlOfJOPOLY
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2VOTICI3 OP IXTI3XTIOM TO
, APPtV FOIl LETTEIIS PATENT
. .Notice .Is 'hereby given that the un un-aersigTied,
aersigTied, un-aersigTied, will apply to the governor
of the state ot Florida, on .the day, the
23rd of November, 1914
for letters patent incorporating, Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon Bottling; and Ice Cream Co., un under
der under the following proposed charter,
the original f. -winch la now on file
In, the of flee of the secretary of -state
at Tallahassee Florida.
H. II. Gardner, (U s.)
R. E. O'liirrell, (U S.).
James, A. Turner, (L. S.)
Proposed Charter of the Marion Hom Homing:
ing: Homing: and Ice Cream Company
The undersTgned thereby associate
themselves 'for the purpose of belnj? In-
corporated and forming- a corporation
under and by virtue of the laws of the
state of Florida, with tthe following
proposed charter:
Article I.
-The name of th's corporation shall
be, Marlon Bottling- and, Ice Cream
Company, and Its business shall be
conducted In 'the state of Florida and.
elsewhere; .the principal place of bus business
iness business of the corporation shall be m
Ocala, Marlon county, Florida.
, Article 2.
-The object for which this corporation,
is formed 'is as, follows: To manufact manufacture,
ure, manufacture, prepare, compound, mix. syrups,
from which carbonated soda and cola
drinks and beverages are to be manu manufactured,
factured, manufactured, compounded and bottled ; to
bottle Mo-cola, made from the original
Coca-Cola formula; cola drinks: to
manufacture- ice-cream, 4o buy, sell and
generally deal in the same and afore aforesaid
said aforesaid products, to erect, run, maintain,
own end operate all such machinery,
devices, "appliances, supplies, ingredi ingredients,
ents, ingredients, mills and plants as may 1 j nen-
essary or desirable. In the manufacture,
preparation of said products, to buy
sell and idI$tHbute the rights to manu manufacture,
facture, manufacture, and soli said products, and tho
territory. In which said products are to
be sold; to manufacture, prepare, mix,
bottle, pack, buy, sell, ship, deliver and
generally deal In Ice cream, isod a wa water,
ter, water, and all carbonated drinks, and
non' ltoxlcating; drinks and bever-
ages, ice cream and all extracts, cheml-
cals, products and ingredients, and all
other things, materials, necessary in
the manufacture, bottling, packing,
the aforesaid drinks, beverages,
creams; to 'borrow money and to exe execute
cute execute all and any kind of paper, notes,
bonds or mortgages on the property of
said corporation, to secure the same,
and in connection with any and all
the objects and purposes herein be before
fore before stated and named, to acquire by
purchase, hold, sell, lease and convey
or otherwise dispose of real or personal-'
property, franchises; and in gener general
al general to carry on such operation and en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, and do all snoli things and
have all such rights, powers and priv privileges
ileges privileges in conrectlon therewith as may
be permitted under the laws of the
state of Florida,
Article 3.
The capital stock of the corporation
shall be Five Thousand Dollars, divid divided
ed divided irto Two Hundred shares of the par
value of. Twenty-Five dollars each.
Ten per cen. of the etated capital
shall be subscribed and paid in, before
said corporation shall transact any
business. All or any part of the capi capital
tal capital stock or said corporation, may be
payable In lawiul money of the United
States of America, property, stocks,
bonds, f ranch tee rights, labor or ser services
vices services at such valuation as may be fix- -ed
by the incorporators or t board of
directors, at meeting called for that
purpose The agert or officer desig designated
nated designated by the Incorporators', to receive
any additional subscriptions -to the
capital wtock of the aforesaid corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, at any time, shall be TL H. Gard Gardner,
ner, Gardner, who w411 act as -secretary and
treasurer of waid corporation, until a
successor is elected or appointed.
. Article 4.
The term for which this corporatlonu
Is to exist is ninety-nine years, unless
sooner dissolved by mutual consent.
Article 5.
The (business of said corporation
shall be conducted by It. E. O'Farrell
as president and Ji. IL Gardner a
secretary and treasurer, and .rhe board
of directors composed of as follows; 21.
IL Gardner, It. E. O'Farrell and James
A. .Turner: and any other 'officers or
agents as the board -of directors may
find necessary 'to conduct the affairs
of the company, the aforesaid officers
and directors to serve until the flr3t
annual meeting of the stockholders, to
be held the first Monday in January,
1915, and the .first Monday in January
of each succeeding year thereatter.
-'"' ''7:-'-"-?;-' Article
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability of the corporation siuill
not exceed three times the amount of
the authorized capitalization or capi capital.
tal. capital. Article 7.
The names,- residence of the Incorpo
rating subscribers or stockholders.
with amount of stock subscribed is
as follows:
II. II. Gardner, Mobile, Alabama;
amount $1000.00, shares 40,
It. E. O'Farrell. Mobile, Alabama;.
amount 600.00, shares 24.
James, A. Turner, Mobile, Alabama;
amount $23.00, shares 1.
In testimony whereof, we the Incor
porators and subscriners Hereunto
acknowledge our signature and sln,
cur names this day, 17 ih day of Octo October,.
ber,. October,. 1914 A, D.
II, II. Gardner. (I S.)
It. E. O'Farrell, U S.
James A. Turner. (Lv S.)

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914
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OCALA OCCURRENCES I
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For Rent and Similar Local Needs
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(Moose meet this evening.
(Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.

Music at the iMurray Company. St.

KREGDR'S for fishing tackle.

CLOSING OUT
STATIONERY at
KREOER'S.

ODD -AND END
reduced prices at

Ladies stationery, all
The (Murray Company.

kinds, at

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WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. 'Min. R. F.

ion-vSumter Ferris in the city today) ,Unsettled
frpm 'his home at IMcIntosh. ,rrrvhahiv.

Don't forget, The CMurray Company
will hare "a big aine of holiday goods
In time for Christmas. 12-3t

tMessrs. B. J. Benson and C. G.
Xeltner of TunnelIon were 'business
visitors In the city yesterday.

air. !W. J. White, of the Shackle Shackle-ford
ford Shackle-ford commission (merchants of Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ga., is at fche Ocala House.

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

store. 'ii-iu I

Nor. 1. . . .76 51
Nov. 2 . . 78 55
Nov. 3 ... . 77 53
Nov. 4.. .,. . 80 ?j8
Nov. o . .!.-. .80 o3
(Nov. C 79 54
Nov. 7..u ... . 79 54
Nov. 8.,... ...7 9 56
(Nov. 9 . ... .,. .74 62
'Nov. 10 . .72 68
Nov. 11 71 46

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tonight and Friday,

probably rain extreme northwest

portion; rain and warmer tonight;
Friday rain.

APPLES! APPLES!

York Imperial, 40 cents per peck.
Winesaps, 50 cents per peck, all this
week at Cam -Thomas Co.1 12-3t

Seventeen pounds of sugar for f 1
with cash -purchase of $1 -worth of

otner groceries, iaturaay ana lm

day only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t

'Rev. Roy B. Bowers, who 4s at attending
tending attending the Christian convention in
St. Petersburg, delivered a splendid
address thist -morning 'before that
ibody, taWng as his subject, 'The Daw

Mr. G. w tyiarcin' Is ex nee ted home

.Saturday from an extended trip thri

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Seventeen pounds of sugar for

with' cash 'purchase of $1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday and 'Mon 'Monday
day 'Monday only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t

If you are contemplating building
see P. J. The us for lumber. Cash or
on credit. 12-6t.

Captain iRObert lA. Alfred, Ithe -biggest
man at Port 'In gl is, was a wel welcome
come welcome visitor at the Star office this
afternoon. '

Mr. Xeslie Arnow, who iwas with
(Rheinauer's in this, city for several
years, ibut is now tin (business in IM le lean
an lean opy, is in the city.

Col. Robert" A. Alfred of Port
3 ng-lis, collector of the port and the
leading spirit in matterson the west
coast section, is In the city on a few
days business visit.

Georgia, Alabama and iMississippi.
At Auburn, Ga?, -he saw his son, "Mr.
Herbert fllfer&n yho is assistant
chemist teacher at jfche Alabama Poly Poly-technical
technical Poly-technical Instituted

The Board of Trade met at the

regular 'hour last night, but there toe toeing
ing toeing -a' rather small attendance, the
meeting was adjourned until next

Wednesday night.

(During the four days of the iMar

ion-Sumter iFair we will give 10 per
cent discount on every purchase

made, little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf

BURBA NK

Half million feet second 'hand ilum ilum-her,
her, ilum-her, all grades, for sale .cheap for
cash, or on credit. Apply to P. J.
Theus, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t.

We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

You will never know what com comfort
fort comfort 4s in finding your papers until
you use a Clobe-Wernicko filing cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet. Get one at The (Murray Com Company,
pany, Company, v 112-3 1
Secretary Rooney of the Olarion

County Board of Trade, also chair chairman
man chairman of the Florida Vegetable' M ar arreting
reting arreting Bureau, and Dr. R. T. Weaver,

chairman of the -finance committee of

the (bureau, returned -last night from

Crystal Springs, Pasco county, where

tney neia a verv entnusiastic meet-

ing yesterday and secured a
many new members.

Burbank, iNov. 12. airs. Thorpe

and son faave foeen ih ere Inspecting

their (land. 1

About 65 of the (Burbank people

attended th ibarbecue at Oransre

Springs. All reported a good ?ime.

iMrs. Evans, of iNorth T)okota is

here inspecting $ier land.

!Mr. II. iB. Graham, of Jacksonville,

visited the home folks from Thurs

day until Sunday.

The Uadies Aid will serve an Oys

ter supper in the church Thursiday

ight, November 19th. Don't forget

the date. Oysters anyway you want

them.

iMr. and iMrs. Tilgham, of Palatka,

visited Mrs. Tilghman s parents

Thursday and 'Friday.

IMaster Ted Bernard, of JFt. aic-

Coy, spent, Sunday in Burbank be-

tween' trains.
The farmers are very ibusy these
good days making 'thefr gardens look
nice.. The shower Sunday night was
a blg iheflp to 4ihem.
tMr. Clarence Turner carried the
rural route mail Tuesday and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday as IMr. A'bbott is moving.

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

FOR SATjE iHomemade, jellies, pre

serves, canned fruits, 1 pickles an.i
catsup. IMrs. P. H. Gillen. 4-tf

WANTED To buy a secon d-h and

Instantaneous gas water heater.
Must be in good condition, Apply
to Box 223, Ocala. 11-7-tf

FOR SAUE Ford touring car, re

cently, overhauled and in perfect
condition; new tires; cheap for
cash. Apply at I 422 fMagnolia
street. 7-6t

WTA.NTED By white girl who is

quick, willing and intelligent,
though deaf and dumb, a position
to do general "house work in family
in Ocala. Apply at Star Office, or
Dr. E. Van Hood. dh-tf

FOUND" A gold bar pin. Owner

can have same Iby describing prop property
erty property and paying for. this ad'., and
a suitable reward. Call at this
office. 11-10-t

FOR RENT A furnished room

for two gentlemen or married cou couple;
ple; couple; electric lights, 'bath, etc.;
rates reasonable. Apply at 303 N.
Orange street after 5 p. m. 11 9-6t

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

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WANTEDTwo reliable, energetic

men to sell and collect. Refer References
ences References required. Address, 1M. D.

ackson, Gainesville, Fla. r ll-2t.

LOOK MEN We will teach the tbar-

mer iraue ana give yuu ywiuuu

the work. Total attendance at meet meetings,
ings, meetings, 3r427. Requests for prayer, 1, 1,-267.
267. 1,-267. Converslous 2d 6., Portions of
scripture given away 744. Letters
and postal cards written 224. Bo Bo-quets
quets Bo-quets distributed 36,000. How do
these figures appeal to some -who
think that Christian Endeavor means
just holding our church prayer meet meeting,
ing, meeting, about six o'clock on -Sunday even evening.
ing. evening.

iln addition to 'hospital "work is
that of IFYesh Air lEndeavon Thous Thousands
ands Thousands of dollars are spent by great
city unions like those of Brooklyn,
Essex and Hudson counties, New
Jersey, and Baltimore in giving the
poor children and their, mothers "a
summer outing, iwhere .they can get
a ibreath of Teal ifresn air in. Cod's
own out-of-doors. Baltimore "alone
gives three hundred children, ba ba-ibies
ibies ba-ibies and mothers a ten days outing.

(Brooklyn bought last summer $214.-

120 of milk ifor Its family.- To look

which thesa

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down and $1'5 in ten days. You

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us touay. jacKsonvme earoer children come shows one the need,

College, 2i2 W. Bay Street, Jack- alld a glance at them In the Chris

onville, FJsl. wea.Arfaat tian Endeavor camo thrills one -with

joy of -giving them this iblt of real

life.

.Light-IHouse (Dndealvor Is another

factor, when at least in thirty-five

lignt-houses cZong the Atlantic coas

there are sturdy, lonely men- and ;wo

men that thank God tor: Christlaa
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Endeavors who remember them1 In

their loliness by weekly ipaokages of

newspapers, ibooks, (letters, etc

The work of Christian Endeavor in

hospitals, homes, fresh-air campj,
light-houses and liglit ships, proves

the truth of the iphrase. Christian

Are Florida work-

rvVASNTHD Three unfurnished rooms!

(by young married couple. iMustl

be close in and In desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address care Star, dh

W03L&N'S (A0XIMARY

Notice is given ox the packing of
the Advent box, which Is packed an annually
nually annually iby the Woman's Auxiliary of
Grace -Episcopal church. This ryear
the !box will go to Rev. B. len,
.Wajnesville, N. C, for the ibenefiit of

the mountain, missions under his (Endeavor serves

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Handsome, Airy, Well Furnished Rooms. I
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Special prices by the Week
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tail retail bar and 3Iail Order House. : I'c:.a give you the best there

is, and as much as any one else In -business for your money. Coven Coven-teen
teen Coven-teen years In the business hz3 taught rno what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUGT A SAMPLE OF GOOD3 AND PRICH3

charge. Contributions are solicited
both from the members of the church

and congregation. 'New and second secondhand
hand secondhand clothing,' clean and in a con

dition to give comfort and service

to the people of a colder climate will

be thankfully received; Shoes "and

ers doing their share in this errand

total of sunshiney deeds done in the

name of the Christ we love?.

Grace A. Townsend.

stockings are especially needed, and corner. Meals-a la
it is hoped that money will toe given Bt any hour. Adv.

OPEN DAY AND NTGirT
Merchants Cafe, C. Lll depot

carte and lunches

Good Old 5 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs :
?t.pr gallOn-- '$1.50

Good Old SO Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon .

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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
legitmate house.

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

A committee will call on each mem

ber of the church and congregation

and contributions may. be -sent to

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

the twentieth of this month, that the

box may be packed as soon as possi

OCALA FRATEOOAL OHDERS

MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE

IjECTURE AT 3IOUNT ZION

great

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wor.it
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattuer
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.
J L SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

7 Prof. W. B. Adams, colored, editor
of the Brunswick (Ga.) I Appeal, will
deliver a lecture at iMt. Zion A. iM. E.
church, 715 Sbuth Magnolia street,
'Friday evening at 7: 30 o'clock. Sub Subject:
ject: Subject: "Backward Step of the (Negro."
The lecture will be delivered un under
der under the auspices of the Pastors Club,

t and the collection at this lecture will

be used in iputting electric lights in
the parsonage. The work has already
hegun, and every loyal mem'ber of

Qlt. Zion church is exoected to hear

this lecture.

Admission is free, but each one is

expected to bring a silver offering.
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rroi. Aaaras mas traveled ex extensively,
tensively, extensively, and has distinguished him

self as ibeing one of the most polish

ed speakers of the race. -He contends

tnat tne negro s test .irienos are
among the 'good white people of the

South. iB. J. Jackson, Pastor.

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J. B- MQZINGO. Watchmaker
All kinds of Jewelry, Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter Sewing Machine and
Graphone Repairing prompt prompt-executed.
executed. prompt-executed. Prices reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed.

216 S. Magnolia Street

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Mrs. C. iX.. Bittinger, Secretary.

CHRISTIAN EDEAVOK

IX HOSPITALS

7:30 o'clock, until further notice.

Baxter Cam, W. ai.
Jake Brown, Secretary., Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fnn rth Thn ra.'lav ovan inra rf ... each

sued by the publicity committee of m0nth at 730 o'clock.

This is number 6. (or a small por

tion of it), of press i)Uiieuns is

and written -by

secretary. (Karl

NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, heretofore appointed
receiver In a certain cause pending
in Marion county, Florida, circuit
court, in -which Oklawaha River
Farms Company is complainant, an-1
D. H. Kirkland, defendant, -will sell
at the Oklawaha River Farms, near
Oklawaha, in Marion 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-1

the iUnited Society,

the inter-state, 'field

Lehmann.

Over two thousand American

Christian Endeavoosrs spend a good

ly part of each Sunday afternoon in

ithe hospitals, orphan asylums, sol

diers 'homes, and old ladies homes.

Their hright, cheerful singing,, the

repeating of scripture passages, ear

nest prayers from Hips and 'hearts fill

ed with genuine tfaith in a i wonder

ful Cod and Saviour, and a cheerful

message from God's Word are the
means of bringing new courage, hope

and joy to these who greatly appre

ciate the message. At Christmas
time Christian Endeavorers prepare
a treat and take it to these homes

and many of the hospitals.

The Chicago Endeavorers maintain
the most effective hospital .work that
is done. A hospital missionary is
employed by the Chicago Union. The
following report of six months' ser service
vice service in Cook county hospitals by the
Chicago Endeavorers missionary and
scores of volunteer 'Endeavor help helpers
ers helpers gives some idea of the extent of

Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M..
Miss Florrie Condon,,. Secy.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Gouge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OP A.

Concordia Lodge, JbTaternai union

of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary- Ad

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19, Conventions

held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial -welcome to vis visiting,
iting, visiting, brothers. Wm. Goher, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitinp

sovereigns are always welcome.

F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk. Ao

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LCYAIi OliDEIt OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n.
Visiting brethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

NOTICE OF

KLECTIOV

Nov.

Ocala, Florida,

Under and by virtue of

5. 1914.
authority

vested -In she xinderiffnerl as mayor of
the city of Ocala. a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation org-anizel and existing under the
laws of the state of Florida. 1 hereby
proclaim and grive notice that a muni muni-cipal
cipal muni-cipal election for the -city of Ocala is
hereby called and will be held in the
aid city of Ocala. 'Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
S(h Day of Deormher, A. I. 1011
for the purpose of electing a
mayor of the said city; al.-o on coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward: also two
council men from the s ec on d ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to .erve a regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of K. K. Kobinson; also
one councilman from third ward; alo
two couneilmen from fourth ward, to-

.wit: one to serve a. refrulnr council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one io nil un
expired term of J. N. Toiar for the s- a
city aforesaid and hereby appoint tue
injnftnra mrrt vlrk follOWS.

Ward No. One: O. Ii. Jfowsa. I-I3e-ckliam,
J. JI. .Spencer, inspector.;, ana
J. AV. Kea. clerk.
Ward Xo. Two: C II. Mathewd, If aac
Stevers. C, M. l-lvlnjrston, inspectors,
and II. H. Whftstone, clerk.
AVard No. Three: I Warner. I.
Ilur.t. O. Fausett, inpector, and J.
K. Ilailey,. clerk.
Ward To. Four: K. A KrayWll. T. AV
Oj-'df. W 11. McCcnn, intpector.-, and
A. v. -Kfrunk, clerk.
I Seal) J. T, KOHKRTSON'.

Attest: II. C. PTSTIU3NK,
City Clerk. ll--frl .