OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914
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BLODD MIXED WITH ICY SLUSH 111 HIE IMS Of
Mil FflAilCE ID BELGIUM
Paris, iXov. 13. -For two days and
nights, the allies and Germans have
been gripping at each others throat a
in northern France and westerc.
Flanders where the fighting has been,
going on In a severe sleet and rain rainstorm.
storm. rainstorm. The weather Is much colder.
The trenches are filled with mud muddy,
dy, muddy, Icy slush. The soldiers on both
sides are suffering severely. There
are no decisive results.
AIJiTES AT THE YSER HAVE
CHECKED THE GERMAN
Paris, Nov. 13, 3 p. ni. It is offi
cially announced that the Germans
have been checked in their attempts
to take the Yser canal. ,
DRIVEN HACK ON DIX3IUNDE
Paris, Nov. 13, (4 p. nl.) The of official
ficial official French statement is highly op optimistic.
timistic. optimistic. German attempts to cross
the Yser canal by a sortie from west
of IMxmunde and other points 'have
been repulsed. German attacks are
becoming less violent.
It is snowing on the heights of the
llIS. WHISKERS IS ABOUT TO
FIND THAT aiAXTXE OF DIAZ
HAS XOT FAIXEX OX
lAguas Calientes, Nov. 13. The
collapse of Carranza's opposition to
General Guitterez becoming 'provis 'provisional
ional 'provisional president of "Mexico, and the
flight of Carranza from IMexico is ex expected
pected expected as the result of negotiations
progressing today at La cos. General
Gonzales, the Carranza leader has
declared his allegiance to the con convention
vention convention and ordered Carranza from
RIG STEAMER AVITH HUNDREDS
OX BOARD RURNING IX THE
Rome, Xov. '13. The steamer Vi Vi-tabicavona
tabicavona Vi-tabicavona is burning in middle (Med (Mediterranean.
iterranean. (Mediterranean. It has a large crew and
five hundred -Italian soldiers aboard.
Steamers are rushing to the rescue.
Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions her.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
A few extra large sizes of huntinj;
coats. Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
.'".Why Pay'More." 1 1-7-4 1
DE WET AXD HIS MEN SOON MET
Johannesburg, Xov. 13. The. com complete
plete complete defeat of the IBoer rebels under
DeWet by troops of the 'South Afri African
can African Union is officially announced today.
DREADFUL RAVAGES OF
FOOT AXD 3IOUTH DISEASE
Cattle are Dying from It All Over
. Danville, 111., tXov. 13- Indications
are that the territory is widespread
in which the hoof and mouth disease
ds; prevalent. A large consignment of
blooded cattle from Georgia, intend intend-el
el intend-el for the fancy stock saile at Hoopes Hoopes-ton
ton Hoopes-ton tomorrow, were 'found to 'he suf suffering
fering suffering from the. disease and the sale
has been called off. The state au authorities
thorities authorities refuse to reimburse, the
shippers for half their loss because
the stock came (from outside the state.
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will give to the ladles and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Drug-l
l Drug-l gists. 11-6.
MM CLAIM THEY HAVE Gil
AflOTHER STU1II1G R E VERS
Petrograd, tXov. 13. -The Army
Messenger announced that the Rus Russians
sians Russians nave won another big victory
over the GTmans near Kalicz, in
western Poland. The Germans were
forced to retreat, abandoning a thou thousand
sand thousand dead on the battlefield. The
Russians captured twelve ihuge siege
COHFEREIICE III THE
Senator Fletcher CaUs a 3Ieeting of
Prominent Men of the
Washington, iNov. IS. A move movement
ment movement holding great promise for the
South was started yesterday' when
Senator Fletcher, of Florida presi president
dent president of the Southern Commercial
Congress, issued a call for state 'and
local officials, representatives of rthe
press, commercial and civic organi organizations,
zations, organizations, railroad officials, brokers and
real estate and business men of the
South to meet in Washington on
Saturday, .December 12, to consider
and devise methods of interesting
and locating agricultural immigrants
in the Southern states. The call is
issued ;by the Southern Commercial
Congress, with the approval of Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Wilson"; of the department of
labor, at the instance of leading, bus business
iness business men throughout the South to
discuss the advisability of undertak undertaking
ing undertaking efforts for placing the agricul agriculturally
turally agriculturally inclined immigrants now out
of employment in our industrial .com .communities
munities .communities on Southern farms, and to
iplan methods of caring for the horde
of foreigners that will probably come
to -this country at the close of the
EIGHTY THOUSAXD PRISOXERS
HAATBEEX TAKEN BY THE
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Vienna, Xov. 13. It is officially re reported
ported reported that the Servians are in re retreat
treat retreat toward Kotschabeke and Gol Gol-sevso
sevso Gol-sevso and the Austrians have cut off
many transport trains, taking numer numerous
ous numerous prisoners and quantities of mn mn-nitfons.
nitfons. mn-nitfons. .
(Eighty thousand prisoners, includ including
ing including seven bund red and thirty officers,
are (held in Austrian concentration
Captain of the Ship and Business
Manager of the Times-Union
Shot by a Lunatic
Charleston, S. C, tNov. 13. ;H. G.
Perkins, said to 'be an architect of
Baltimore, apparently crazed Iby .ex .excessive
cessive .excessive use of headache .powders
Wednesday night on tbe Clyde, liner
Mohawk, at sea, 'fatally shot F. W.
It. (Hinman 'business manager of the
Times-Union of Jacksonville, hot
C apt. 'Ingram, of the Mobawk, ithru
the at)domen, and C. Wright of
Utica X. Y., through the right side.
Mr. Hinman died next morning, and
Capt. Tngram, a veteran of the Clyde
service, is said to be In a hopeless
condition. ; ;
(Mr.. iHinman was a native Canad Canadian,
ian, Canadian, having been 'born in 'London,
Canada, about 50 years ago; but
most of his life tes been spent in the
South, his parents 'having moved to
Knoxville, Tenn., when be was very
young. After living in Knoxville,
Atlanta, and later in Savannah, Mr.
IHinman moved to Jacksonville about
twenty-seven years ago.
MrtHinman first ibeca me connect connected
ed connected with the Filorida .Times-Union
about twenty-three years ago, and
during the past seven ears ihe 'has
acted in the capacity of "business
manager. ;He is immediately surviv survived
ed survived by his -widow, who was with him,
and three children', a daughter, iMarie
'Alice, and two sons, Frank and Richard.
BTG STORE BURXED
Fire Causes Heavy Loss to a La La-Grange,
Grange, La-Grange, Ga., Firm
La Grange, Ga., Xov. 13. Tha
iMarsihburn Dry Goods and Furnish Furnishing
ing Furnishing store burned early today. The
loss is estimated at Twenty thousand,
insurance about half.
COLD WEATHER COMIXG
Wild Blizzard Sweeping Across Can Canada
ada Canada from the West
Ottawa, Xov. 13. The first heavy
blizzard of the winter is sweeping
eastern Canada today. Snow has
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
Pennans and "pillow tops, latent
styles, at KREGER'S.
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ODER COAST lOl'Ji'l OF BOlTAIi!
Berlin, Xov. 13. (via wireless)
An official dispatdi from Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople reports the Russians retreating
along the Trans-Caucasian frontier,
with the Turks in pursuit on all sides.
.Two German warships are report reported
ed reported to ihave arrived at Valparaiso,
It is officially announced that Ger German
man German aviators have flown over the
British coast towns of Sbserness and
A CCews dispatch states that !Rou-
mania has rejected the iRussian de demand
mand demand that Russian troops be permit permitted
ted permitted to traverse Roumanian territory.
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MUCH MISSED EXCHAXGE WIIj
REOPEX XI3XT MONDAY
iXew York, Xov. 13. The govern governing
ing governing committee of the New York cot-
ton exenange announces mat tne cox cox-ton
ton cox-ton market will reopen Monday.
IX NEW ORLEAXS ALSO
Xew Orleans, Xov. 13. Following
the Xew York announcement, the
New Oceans cotton exchange has an announced
nounced announced that it will reopen for busi business
ness business next Monday.
AMERICAN SOLDIERS WTLL
REMAIN IN VERA CRUZ
Washington, Xov. .13. President
Wilson and Secretary Bryan have de decided
cided decided not to fix a date for the evac evacuation
uation evacuation of Vera Cruz, -until it as de determined
termined determined which faction can dominate
that part of Mexico sufficient to carry
out guarantees requested by the Unit United
ed United States as a pre-requislte to withdrawal.
AUSTRIA MAY BE TIRED OF IT
Chicago, Xov. 13. Unconfirmed
reports continue in financial circles
that-Austria ihas asked a neutral
country to ascertain -what terms the
allies will grant if Austria enters
into peace negotiations independent independently
ly independently of Germany.
FRENCH WETIE TOO SMART FOR
OXE UXIXERSEA FIGHTER
Paris, Xov. 'IS. A Cews dispatcx
states that a Frendh torpedo hozX:
rammed and sunk a German eub-
marine off 'West "Ende, near Otcnd.
mhe submarine had aimed a torpedo
at the French boat and missed-
GRIEF III BULLET
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WIRED ITXM COMBATS AXD
OF THE WORLD
ILondon, iXov. 13. .Premier As As-quith
quith As-quith today -: announced the British
losses in IFmnce .and Belgium "war
zone to October 31st, at approximate approximately
ly approximately '57,000.
ISLAM Ifi AGAIXST THEM ALL
A, Rome dispatch today says that
Turkey 'has. declared war against all
the countries comprising the triple
FRENCH SMASHED GERMAN
A wireletrs from Paris says that,
fierce ifightiag is progressing today
along the Qcng (battle .front. The bat battle
tle battle line 43 unchanged. The French
have destroyed several German' guns
KAIHJtUHE MAY HAVE BEEX
. It is reported that' British warship n
trapped the German cruiser Karls Karlsruhe,
ruhe, Karlsruhe, which has been active on the
east coast of South America.
RUSSIAN SUCCESS RUMORED
A Copenhagen dispatch states that
it is rumored that Von Iliudcrbur
and his entire staff, including some
German -princes, have been captured
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OCALA EVENING STAR
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James Whitcomb Riley, the In Indiana
diana Indiana poet, will arrive in lMlami next
week to spend the winter.
Cooperation is the password of
progress. The only way men can go
forward in civilization is by helping
In a speech hefore the British par parliament
liament parliament yesterday, Premier Asquith
said that the longer the war lasted,
the better for the allies.
Some of -the ladies when walking
along the street, dressed in the new
'fall styles, -have pretty much the out outlines
lines outlines of a "bottle of hair tonic.
'Judging by what' -we see in the
Columbia State, commission govern govern-rsent
rsent govern-rsent has (been successful In the cap capital
ital capital city of South Carol inal
It Is very seldom that the theories
of a reformer are worth anything un until
til until some hard-headed business man
Chinks out a plan to put them Into
There 5s about as' -much sense in
saying 'that a nation 'being prepared
Cor war causes war as saying that
maintaining a ifire department causes
"INot hy way of argument, hut as a
attention to the fact that Robert E.
Iwee. Stonewall Jackson, "Chinese"
-Gordon, sLivingstone and several
others of the noblest characters
"'known to history, took their religion
-a-nrt fT-ioir TvVHBrsi mn ilfHftf. (Each
accepted the creed of his church and
tJhB principles of his party without
says he can find no foundation for
the reports of wholesale atrocities
sent out by -both sides. The Ger Germans
mans Germans seem to him to .be 'playing the
war game according jto the rules, and
do not mistreat their, prisoners nor
non-combatants, unless, the latter
give provocation. On the other hand,
he finds no foundation for reports
of murder of German soldiers, or
their mutilation on the field of bat battle,
tle, battle, or ill treatment in the hospitals.
It seems that a number of times, QBetl QBetl-gian
gian QBetl-gian civilians, with very bad judg judgment,
ment, judgment, have fired on German troops
and been severely punished, (but this
would have been done by the men of
any other army, including Ameri Americans.
BEIXFOKCEI) CONCltKTE BIUI) GE AT PETERSBURG, N. V.
A BIG LEAGUE TEA3I
MAY TBAIN IN OCALA
Not desiring to reproach it parties
nlarly, hut nine months ago the city
council was going to. move the dilap dilapidated
idated dilapidated iA. C. L. freight depot out of
, Osceola avenue. Going up that -way,
vt h irlo xr uo nrtirvi Tnar' trio
-old eyesore was still there. The Star
yil! gladly give space tp any alder-
:.m'iTi -who will explain why the coun council
cil council hasn't put the skids under the
ramshackle Noah's ark.
u ne aiienxiou or our reautra ia
called to the article elsewhere in
this issue on concrete bridge con construction,
struction, construction, with the Illustration of a
irldge -built of this material in the
zjofrth several years ago by tMr. James
Austin Portland, .who has come to I practice and exhibition games while
Ocala to tmake his home and (practice the club is herei
Mr. Leon D. Brooks of St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, was in the city yesterday on
'business for some of the big hotels
which he represents. He met Secre Secretary
tary Secretary JRooney of the Marion County
Board of Trade and told Mr. iRooney
that he was on the lookout, as he
.made his rounds over the state, for a
good place .for the St. Louis National
League haseball team to train next
spring. Together the two men look looked
ed looked up JManager C. iW. Hunter of the
Ocala Athletic (Association and talked
the matter over. They took Mr.
Brooks out to the baseball park and
he was more than pleased with the
looks of the park and was frank
enough to say that he thought it the
best in the state, as (far as the
grounds, them selves were concerned.
Mt. (Rooney and 'Mr. IHunter talked
the matter over and felt that with the
proper effort, the team cooild foe se secured
cured secured for Ocala, and. it would prob probably
ably probably mean a permanent thing for the
city. Mr. dlooney cabled a meeting
of the board of governors and as
many others as could attend, for the
Beard of Trade rooms at 5: 30 to talk
over the matter. Quite a few gather gathered,
ed, gathered, and all seemed of the opinion
that it would be a big thing in an ad
vertising way to secure the St. Louis
team for Ocala. '
:It was estimated that it would take
$450 to pay the transportation of the
team from St. Louis to Ocala. Of
this amount iManager Long of the
Ocala .-House said he swould give $150
and it was thought Ithat the balance
could easily he raised by the sale of
$5 season tickets which, tickets
would admit the bearer to all of the
The use of concrete in the conr
patrons, and knows it will highly
.please the. children. tMr. Cassels Is a
practical man and ... understands his
structlcn of highway (bridges and cul-l 'business. !He 'knows that it he dls-
verts is rapidly growing in favor n
all sections of thi3 country. ; ;
The New York state highway com commission
mission commission allows only concrete or cast
iron culverts to be constructed on
state highways, and bridges to be
built of steel with concrete floors orj
all concrete. ; 1
The illustration is one of two re
inforced concrete 'bridges designed
and constructed in the town of Pe
tersburg, Rennselaer county, N. Y.,
toy James Austin iMortland. 'This
bridge has a clear span of So feet
with sl rise of only ten feet in the
arch. The carrying capacity of 1 this
structure is best shown by a test
made hy the county superintendent
five weeks after completion when a
load of 62 ,0 0 0 pounds was placed on
the center of the arch; .there Was no
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evidence of any settlement due to
this excessive load. v: ; i I
, This "bridge was : constructed in
1911 and .evidence of the perma
nency and beauty of such h-ridges is
given in the following article from
th e Troy Ti mes o f April 12 th '1 9H 4 :
Builders of 'bridges and 1 officials
that have charge of public improve improve-ments
ments improve-ments may find object lessons in or
namental concrete, work in the' two
concrete ibridges that span the Little
illoosick "river at Petersburg. These
misses school for Thanksgiving, and
then catls the scholars 'back to books
'Friday imorning," tht -(between
Thanksgiving (behind, 'Saturday he
fore, and the fair right by them, they
will not do much studying. Seems to
the' Star like' that man Cassels is
some student of human nature as
well as of books. .
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'Weirsdale, iXor. ,11. !Mrs. iM,. C.
(Wilson traded In Ocala between
: plaster Joe Alsop, of Jacksonville;
came home for a few days stay JSat JSat-urdayiwith
urdayiwith JSat-urdayiwith home folks. :
Mr. W. W. Harriss and son, Al Al-hert,
hert, Al-hert, of Ocala, visited with Mr. A.
'N. Cameron last ; Wednesday V and
Thursday. . ,'
Kev. J. A. Logan was away over
Sunday suppliyng "his pulpit at Cen
ter ttlill. He held a communion ser service
vice service there Sabbath morning and re received
ceived received on confession two young ladles
into the church.! ;
Our real estate iman, Mr. iMershon
of Stanton, recently sold two plots of
land to parties from Kalamazoo,
(Mich. He left (Monday for 'Kalama 'Kalamazoo
zoo 'Kalamazoo on business to be gone about
two weeks. ;
Quite a company of our. youn
)Deotle attended a cane grinding last
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.urmgesare wiwi,, UUU11 Thursday evening. They .went to
ity, as well as f or attractiveness. In- ,pedro and out Q the home of ,Mr
sieaa oi -ine usuui pium wuw- Rufus Perry.. They report a fine
Triages, ; me ..structures a;ie -uiua- ki Th j th t wer five
mental and much admired by passers-1 from the Snook .home, three : from
the iReed home, the two Ganos and
Lester -Guthrie, Fred Black and Os
car Proctor. '
Three aadies of the local W. C. T.
U. left Monday for Jacksonville to at attend
tend attend the state convention. iMiss Ha-
SOME CHANGES IN THE
COAST MNE SOIIEDUI.ES
Beginning next Monday, the 15 th,
the Coast Line will put on the much riett Simpson, Mrs. iHenry IRast and
desired Ocala, Palatka and Gaines- Mrs. A. M. iReed. Mrs. eed is to
viMe train, nvhlch will leave Ocala for go from there to Atlanta to axxenu
Palatka every afternoon at !5 o'clock, the national convention. Our local
nV nn.nTn avptv mnrninff ahout society tries to keen UD-to-date in
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9, giving a very convenient schedule this very important work.
.r- -d -ti i a P for everybody alons the line hetween Mr. and (Mrs. W. B. Cog gins and
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fiis (prof ssion of civil engineer. Mr.
Arrland's card mav be seen in an-1 the (Nationflls and a nersonal friend I vhe tnree ernes.
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-'wih-ft -hori TT-r-uor, pvt TrL- tn formed, the looast L.ine rwin .oiscon-
! three of their children were in'Ocala
Mr. II. Q. Boggs, of Jackosnville,
(Vio on 1H10 'lorvlronirf- f rv o. rnrf1 lnlflM
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tunman; ousiness manager 01 me rar me leam no iram. ine ciud was 1 "e r . 1
frtTTT.ni w t, on n Ut fit lin.Hn. nf w m. and leaving at .2:25. There will day for Jacksonville, it is jeportea
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Bring a shock to everybody 1n 'Filor- there, principally on account of the this line, leaving Ocala aioont -i p. uonaay anu uai ae u
to ar Mfnmfln ova A .mn of at ,h ii ,n ,f m.. and returning in the evening. -with his (bride; about iWednesday.
Tvt!n;fl.i httv. Tid thA mAmViA of rfhW ,VaQt. H,-f fDom There is not enough husiness on Everybody likes -air. Gano and the
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C2ie state, even those who never met heat them to that location. The per- tne itiomosassa run .iur iw r
dim, .will feel a personal .loss on ac- sonnel of the men is of the highest y, but the proposed schedule is or an wnen ne says uu w. we uop
count of his connection .with the order and they will he a credit to very inconvenient ,ior peopie aiong yu b-
anv rftv. rrhA ,nr of n,,on the line, who have business either in -win :De .periecuy nappy.
v ,j vo,io or TViiYiTiRllon.. Tf the Coast Mr. JR. SL. JLytle was an Ocala trad
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rn,Q inCcM hv xt-ar rp rtrAadful to -and t.iiA rwivAffWn f (Line wxuld have the train leave er x uesuay irow uw
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Breat paper he had served so long.
,t hA world Thftrft are near- itrvrs to Oria. ThH vJte. arriving in Ocala about 10, and nounced for Wednesday and. Thnrs- Tnal
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3y two ibillion human beings on the had the hig league .teams practicing returning dn the atternoon, it .wouia aay or next we u I ?4
ace of the globe, and the death of with them of late have reaped great I accommodate the people -more ana ana iuesaay tne :-in ana.Aiui. j r-lallCG
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every man now on the firing line m ibenents from it. aiso serve its own interests. "" I a
Rnnp ano of twicA as manv non- (Mr. IRoonev and 'QIr. .HnntAr rJ time. The pastor of tbe church, itev.
combatants, while they rsvould be to go further into the -matter, hut in The Star notices that an old-line pn, naa a letxer ana a iew pnuwa a
sorely -missed In their respective na- tne meantime nave wired the man- democratic -paper of considerable I w6"o """ vt
lrTT5 wmild not. be much noted aeer that we can and wrill tArlA.r remrtatin-n nnnoi ThAndtvre cnange. oet tu idu w wmc
; Clean, Fresh, Vell Laundered Linen
i3 a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessjty is ire
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ssaong the swarming millions of the them the -use of the grounds, -put in "Roosevelt as a traitor to the repub- hear Green and (Rev. Alhertson.
rworld. first class condition, with hot and lican party. To the Star's ipositlve
cold showers, and other conven-'knowledge, the said paper has for
L delegate to the .woman's auxil- j iences they would require, their years denounced the republican
Enxy of the American Good Roads transportation to Ocala, etc. Some- party for its wickedness, and In or or-Congress
Congress or-Congress in Atlanta made a speech j thing had to be done at once as they I der to be consistent, not to sy sen-
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ibefore that hody. urging that the
women he aliowredto propose mar marriage
riage marriage instead of waiting to he asked.
There is no law against women pop pop-Cifeg
Cifeg pop-Cifeg the question, and every man
Iknows or has known some lady
from whom a -proposal to him would
"have been most welcome. (However,
rJie Sadies, if they don't do the pro pro-Ii55dng
Ii55dng pro-Ii55dng themselves have a way of let let-r:tiiX
r:tiiX let-r:tiiX the men know whether it is
Tjrtt3i while or not that is more ele ele-sraTit
sraTit ele-sraTit and just as effiective.'
Irvin S. Cobb, the well-known Am Am-?rican
?rican Am-?rican writer, who has been with
Xhe German army, and almost on the
.firing.line, tor nearly two months,
mnst soon decide where they are to sible, it should praise any man who
train. (Mr. Brooks has no interest in leaves or works against it.
the matter, except that of fa friendly
nature, and only stayed over under
urgent invitation from Mr. Rooney
Since writing the above we learn
that iMr. Brooks came to Ocala to see
Mr. vLrong of the Ocala House to ar arrange
range arrange a contract with him. Mr.
Crooks represents a chain of hotels
and'has made a valuable connection
with Ocala and the Ocala House thru
Mr. Long. Should, the. St. Louis
team come to Ocala, Louis Long
should have his full share of the
credit, not only for bringing them
here, hut for offering the induce inducements
ments inducements he has in a monetary way.
So tar, the municipal campaign
has been quite good humored Let's
keep it so.
The twelve federal reserve banks
will open next Mondav.
CLOSTXG OUT ODD AIXD ND
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
W. K. Iiane, M D.t Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Smokeless shells, 55 cents a box at
Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
Principal Cassels informs the Star
that he will give the teachers and
scholars a holida3r on 'Friday, Nov.
27, in order that they may attend the
fair on children's day, if they so de de-side.
side. de-side. 'He does this on his own re responsibility,
sponsibility, responsibility, hut the Star thinks his
course will meet the approval of the
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postponed until Sunday, Nov. 29th.
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Nourishment fine fla-vor-purity
for 5 cents, in the
Ci UAH AO CnACKER J
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
baked and fresh de delivered,
livered, delivered, 10 cents.
A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp and always
fresh, zo cents.
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Alzvays look for that Name
?,ooo BOXES OF
Nearly, Ready to S hip.
OX TREKS OF A REAUTIFUIj
Do Ymi want them at a Bargain?
.1 .have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced -but no otter im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2, COO
boxes of orange3 now on trses
alrncst ready to ship. Big, line
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
; .. $15000.. '.
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call cn or Address
Room r, 3Ierchants Block,
Phone 1125, OCAIA, FLA
ft Met the Fate of Many
Other Great Ideas.
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After dinner, during whi-ti ne tiaiU
teetnel liuu h preot-i upied, Mr tvvser
bad imsstil ihtotih the kite ben mtu
The bark .vard and ioured about two
pails of water into an empty barrel.
The -oik looked at film suspiciously
from the half open door, and Mw.
Bowser wondered what be was up to.
but nothing was said until be had
kicked on his shoes and settled down
for the, evening lie had been acbins
for ten minutes to be questioned when
Mrs. Bowser observed:
"Are you Kin to shut the water off
frt.iu the street to make repairs to the
Not that J know of he 'replied
LtMk here. now. but I want to tell
you something, aud 1 don't want you
to shout "Fad V over it and call me a
fo)J, 1 think I've got hold of a bijr
thins, hi fact. 1 believe 1 am. about
to produce a bixn for all mankind."
'Going to turn water into cider vine vine-garr
garr vine-garr i
"There you go with a sneer In your
voice! By hen. but you do provoke
me! Why can't you give me a word
of encouragement in seeking to win
fame and riches?
"Well, tell me all about it and I'll
give you my opinion."
M r. Bowser picked up the cat and
pulled her tail in an absentminded fuj sjjpnce.
wa.v anu inj.iiiv saiu.
"You know what snow is. of course.
It's useful enough out in the country.
! great deal of solemnity he dipped a
; stick with a sionge tied to the end of
I It in the barrel and supped it over the
! Ice. There was no explosion or sud-
! den outburst of flame. Even the cat
J : tiptoed forward and smelled of the
j chunk. Of course ice. won't melt as
! quickly as snow, aud in his own miudl
Mr. Bowser gave that ciiunk three
J minutes to vanish off the cold earth
The liquid houe.vomhed it anil threw
out,a-tauyard odor, but there was iw
-What seems to be the matter?'
Mrs. Bowser finally queried. 1
I I may not have put enough on."
replied Mr. Bowser as he renewed tin
gop with UU'ral liaud "Tliere an t
be any mistake in the mixing, and the
thing Is bound to work. Can't 1 you
keep that blamed eat away?
The cat was chasid away, and there
was another painful period of waiting
The ice could be heard crackling, and
it freckled up like a sehooliua'am In
Bummer, but there was no melting.
"Perhaps the discovery only alluded
to very soft snow. suggested Mrs
"Soft snow be hanged P be shouted
-I tell you this thing is all right. The
stuff t put in cost and It's bound
"Then why don't It work? And, it
it cost $1.50 for two pailfuls. how are
you going to remove snow for a cent
a ton? I. hope. you have got a good
thing, but it strikes me"
"Oh. yes; you nre always being
struck!" he Interrupted. And this
very minute you are hoping 1 will
make a failure of this thing. But I
won't, though. Perhaps it needs more
He seized the stick and stirred aud
swirled and ixked. and again the
chunk of lee was ; doped The smell
was ranker, but that was the ouly re
"Perhaps the: dying sailor left the
wrong manuscript." said Mrs. Bowser
! quietly, by way of breaking the pain
' THE CAT TI1TOED FORWARD AND SMELL-
ED OF THE CHUNK. 1
where they want to draw., saw logs to
mill.; but it is a source of expense tc
the amount of 'millions of dollars iu
the cities. It costs New York citv
UNDERTAKERS : and" ErIBAlMERi
fine Casfcefs and Burial Robes.
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All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-'
' Em-' balmern and Fully Guai-antced
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Whv don't he take a teakettle of
hot water to melt it?" queried the
"By the living Jingo, but she'll! work
or bust!" shouted Mr. Bowser as. a
wave of anger surged over him
"Stand back there aud gimme more
room!" -. .
He seized the barrel with a strong
grip and" upeuded it over the chunk of
ice and then gave It a kick that sent
It flying across the yard. Mrs. Bow Bowser
ser Bowser and the cook had retreated to a
safe distance, but the cat bad advanc advanced
ed advanced to satisfy her feline curiosity. As
the barrel went rolling the cat scream screamed
ed screamed ; out and began jumping up ; and
down, but in half a minute changed
from Jumping to a wild career about
"You ought to be ashamed to kick a
cat!" exclaimed Mrs. Bowser as the
cavorting went on.
"1 never kicked her!" he replied.
"What in thunder can ail her?: Gimme
a club till 1 drive her over the fence!"
He was looking about for a weapon
when he gave a sudden start. Then
he uttered an exclamation and tried
to lift both feet ofr the ground at
ence. Then he kicked off his shoes
and seemed to start in pursuit of the
cat, and he had circled the yard twice
before Mrs. Bowser and the cook grab'
bed him. f
"Water a 'pall of water my feet!"
he howled, and as soon as the water
alone about ?3."i0.000 to get rid of her
winter's snow. The snow must be was drawn he nlumrcd his feet into
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For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will hare
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Hot drinks of
shoveled up and carted off, you see.
"Yes. I see."
"Well, suppose the snow could be
melted on the streets and In the yards
arid the water run off Into the rivers:
suppose It could be done for about a
hundredth part of the expense of re removalwould
movalwould removalwould there be worjdwide fame
and millions of dollars for the Inven Inventor
tor Inventor 'of the process, or nothing?"
"It would be a splendid idea." said
"Now you are talking.' Now you are
offering the encouragement to your
husband expected of a wife Say. my
dear woman. I wouldn't sell my secret
"You can melt the snow on the
streets, can you?"
"I can melt it as fire melts grease.
I can clean a whole city block with
one barrel of fluid I can melt snow
for about a cent a ton. It's a discov discovery
ery discovery that will knock the world off its
"And how did you discover the proc process?"
ess?" process?" "Partly by means of an old manu
script left by a sailor who died in the
hospital and partly by a man who was
out of work and was willing to part
with his information for $5. It's
straight and sure, and within two
hours I'll be melting ice to prove it."
"I hope there's something in: It."
"Something in it! My dear woman,
where I start with one barrel of water
I'll end up with ten barrels of gold!
Your words of encouragement have
iuue wonders for me. 1 must now go
to the drug store after a few ingredi ingredients."
ents." ingredients." He went, and he returned with three
bottles and a gallon Jug. the contents
of which were poured Into the barrel
Mrs. Bowser still further encouraged
him by coming downstairs to see him
posr and stir and mix," and the cook
was kind enough to remark that Mr.
Bowser looked like a mqni who would
not knowingly blow up or set fire to
his own house in order to kill off a
ipoor working girl at $15 per month.
.It was an hour before the experiment
was ready. The dead sailor's manu manuscript
script manuscript and the hard up man's advice
were to the effect that the mixture
need not stand over ten minutes, but
Mr. Bowser wanted to make a sure
thing of it The stuff had a rank, acid
i-.mell, but he sniffed at It as beartilv
its If it had been cologne. A chunk of
ice was brought from the ref libera tor
and laid on the ground, and with &
"Now, then, will you explain this cir circus?"
cus?" circus?" asked Mrs. Bowser as a look of
relief came to his face.
"The acid got to my feet," he replied.
"There was a gallon of acid, you know.
The cat must have stepped into a pud puddle
dle puddle of it."
Mrs. Bowser .got out the bottle of
sweet oil and some rags, and the blis blistered
tered blistered feet were made comfortable, and
their sole owner and proprietor hob hobbled
bled hobbled upstairs and stretched himself
out on the lounge. Mrs. Bowser hadn't
called him a lunatic or an Idiot, but
he felt that he bad lost prestige and
must regain it. She was still cud cuddling
dling cuddling him when he sat up and pointed
a finger at her and hoarsely whis whispered:
pered: whispered: . ., ; ;V '.. '- v I ''
"Woman, I understand all!"
"All about melting snow?" she inno innocently
cently innocently asked
"All about why my experiment was
a failure. v Don't seek to hide your
guilt by looking at me in that bold boldfaced
faced boldfaced way WLile 1 was gone to the
drug store you sneaked down and put
salt or ashes or vinegar or something
into that barrel."
"How fooiish of you!"
' "That will do! Denials are useless.
You can go home to your mother by
the 10:20 train tomorrow, and my law lawyer
yer lawyer will notify you of the legal steps
1 take. Woman. avaunt and leave
your victim to die in peace!"
And, having squared himself and ac accounted
counted accounted for the failure of his experi experiment.
ment. experiment. Mr. Bowser drew up his legs
and fell into a peaceful slumber.
A Matter of Regret.
Husband at breakfast table) Oh.
for some of the biscuits my mother
used to make! Wife (sweetly) I'm
sorry you have not got them. dear.
They would be Just about stale enough
by this time to go well with that re remarksBoston
marksBoston remarksBoston Transcript.
Atlas set down the world and got
on top of It
"The next time I carry the world
on my shoulders," said be. MI think I'll
make a stock company of it' Life.
"Dearie, I've long had something on
"I wish you wouldn't brag so, Fred Frederick."
erick." Frederick." Detroit Free Press.
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vorry, sleepless nights, headaches, pains,
and weaknesses to which women are so
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crform their, functions naturally.
For forty years Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preccriptica
ha3 been used vith, catiafcictica cad-benefit by
thousands and thousands of women. It can nor
be. obtained in tablet or liquid form from all dealers
in medicines cr send 50 one-cent stamps to Dr.
Pierce, Invalids Hotel, Buflhlo, N.Y., far a trial bos.'
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Povember Joe Traps the
pREATER than Sher Sher-loci;
loci; Sher-loci; Holmes is No November
vember November Joe; the hero of our
jlSA about hov he
solved the mysterious murder
at Big Tree Portage.
IE AD about the seven
lumberjacks and the trapping
of the lone highwayman vho
UJLAB about the theft
of the black fox skin, the
abduction of Miss Virginia
Planx, the hundred thousand
dollar robbery, and the other
forest mysteries the woods
detective solved and you
will be glad that you have
come to know
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The first MsfalMeit -el SMs-iefeiseSy fafeeslcg -smn
story will. appear. -to lie ffireMcgSJaF
I wi&h to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience!
sewing machine repair man and If
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally he -will
call oc 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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First consideration and especial attention given to small tract.?.
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tTCR OCALA BVIENING STAR, FRIDAY, XOVKMBER 13. 1914
eral months. While away he also
spent considerable time in the moun mountains
tains mountains of Xorth Carolina. being: at
I OC ALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS ?
(If you have any Items for (this department call phone 106)
WaynevilIe the greater part of the
time. 2-akelan:l Telegram.
Mis IlittinKer Hostess to Auction
ISi-tter Ikibies Contest (Concluded To Today
day Today The three days contest held in the
Interest of better fcabietj .was brought
l.o 'a -close this 'afternoon at the Wo Wo-axtin's
axtin's Wo-axtin's Club, the healt;i committer
licoring a tremendous success.
Tho three days have been very
..W3y ones -for Mrs. H. C. Itosier,
'jairman, iMrsi. JR. L. (Anderson, s;re s;re-:lary
:lary s;re-:lary and other commttee mem-tors,
Mrs. John Iozier, iMIss Leila Gerard,
sMrs. A. .E. Gerig, airs. J. M. Omhujn,
Mrs. Walter 3ood, airs. W. K. .Lane,
IMIss Mary C. Marshall,- (Mrs. (Nathan
'Mayo, (Mrs. L. CM. (Murray, (Mrs. .EI. G
Peek, a Its. Geo. Taylor, Qlrs. T. J.
"lUieus, BIrs. 13. IF. Watt, (Mrs. W. K.
.'Z-swadski ani (Mrs. IW.' V. Newnom.
A mtnrber on t'ie committee were not
.-able to fbe sit the club but they assist assisted
ed assisted with th; lunches that were served
daily to th -attending nurses, doc--ltrs
and ladies in charge. Mrs. C. It.
Tyding3, tie' club president, aided in
'.army wayL, as also dLd Mrs. B. T.
Pordue and (Mrs. (E. H. Martin.
Tie ibabias were examined physical-
lj men-tally, -were meamred, inspect
ed by a specialist, and their gums and
tirata were ,lso closely exam( ned.
The physicians for the contest were
IDrs. H. C. D zler, IE. Van Hood, J'. W.
.od, J. H. Walters, .12. G. Peek, E.
G. Under, Creigler, of the state board
.lisaieh, Crei more, H. ; W. 'Counts W.
IFI. Lano ejectfalist, amt dentists Drs.
'Ohace, 'Izlar, Purvis, Olalock, 1jyer,
tAll imothei's were 'given pampulets
'compiled (by the 'Better Babies Bu Bu-:oau
:oau Bu-:oau of the 'Woman's (Home Coimpan Coimpan-;i!:ci
;i!:ci Coimpan-;i!:ci dealing ith subjects of vitas' in in-XOTtanoe
XOTtanoe in-XOTtanoe to ;labies.
In "Hints to Mothers" general
lisalth fhints were given, also afrre afrre-wlated
wlated afrre-wlated articles on clothing', exemise,
iisleep, diet, etc. Mrs. Dozier had
obtained othor lieraturo for xiistrLbu
lion and there was on display Vanta
(baby garments, made without pins
On the opening day, Wedneslay,
-!twentyhree babies were examined,
yesterday thirty, and twenty-five en
tries has been made if or today. Q jo
lf "I :1 1 1 f .1
1:5 cousmerea xne wesx aaverxisenieni
OlaTion county coaild 'possibly have,
specially since the details of the
contest and the results are to foe sent
to the Woman's iHomo Companion
for, publication. The physician fur further
ther further added' that the general avera avera-age
age avera-age of all entries would be very 'high
for the seventyrfive and more babies
fwer'e splendid specimens of baby baby-"hood.
"The receivers of y prizes, blue rib ribbons
bons ribbons and certificates will foe an announced
nounced announced at the Woman's Club Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, iXov. 21.
The Sundav school class of Mrs.
G. WT. Martin met last night with
Oliss Jtnth Ervin to pack a box to
Bend to the Methodist orphanr.ge at
Enterprise for the eight-year-old girl
At clothes. The box contained a
gectdly supply of the necessary gar gar-m
m gar-m mts and a number of pretty fancy
articles that will delight the recipient.-
W. C. T. U. State Officers
Mrs. D. u. Smitb, Mrs. W. T. Gary
ai;d Mrs. E. Bridges retunwKl last
niglit from Jacksonville, where they
attsmded the twenty-first annual con convention
vention convention of the Woman's Christian
Tmperance Union. The place of the
ne::t meeting 'has not been decided,
'bvx Ocala was one of tbe three
to.ms extending an imitation..
'the officers of the organization for
the ensuing year are:
President, Miss Olinnie (E. (Xeal, of
f'ice president, Mrs. Anna iW. Rig Rig-gio,
gio, Rig-gio, of Bradentown.
ti Corresponding secretary, lilrs. Jobn
L :?atti shall, of West Palm .Beach..
iflecording secretary, Mrs. Mabel
Pr kins-Dean, of DeLand.
slYeasnrer, Mrs. iXellie J. Iktlg
Y. P. branch secretary, Mis3 iMa
Armstrong, of Terra Ceia.
As. T. L. secretary, airs. G. W. Mar
ti o of Ocala.
All these officers were re-elecped,
an:l Miss iXeal is serving her tenth
trcn. In bef chacter, this estima estimable
ble estimable Florida lady bears not a liffcjo
n 4 ambiance to the W. C. T.
g-.ijatest leader, Miss Willard.
iLmong the i3ppointments made at
tliu convention just closed included:
Jairs and ojen air meetings, Mr3.
A, M. iReed of iWeirsdale.
If'urity in art and literature, Mrs.
H. C. Packham.
IVfrs. G. D. Washburn, district
president, Miss JEmma Washburn and
.Mrs. H. C. Packbam proceedeci from
Jacksonville to 'Atlanta to attecid the
gei eral convention.
Cliss 'Victoria (Raysor and her
gvi st, Mrs. Mocre, came in from Miss
iRa rsor's country borne at Lov. ell this
Dir. and Mrs, D. B. Mayo have reX
'retal 'Pi'vor ;
The members of the young; ladies'
auction club and several additional
friends were charmingly entertained
this afternoon toy. Miss Adele Bittin Bittin-ger.
ger. Bittin-ger. The sixteen players, found the
games most fascinating for two hours
and then tbe hostess servd a delight delightful
ful delightful lunch of shrimp salad, pickles,
wafers and coffee. The prizes for t
the afternoon were a prettily em embroidered
broidered embroidered towel and handkerchief
case, the former being awarded to
tbe club member scoring highest and
the latter was the visitor's prize.
Mr .and Mrs. O. H. Rogers of
Lynne, iMessrs. Dell aioody of Lake
Weir, S. B. iBrooks of Zuter and Mr.
White of the 'U. dredge boat on the
Oklawaha river, were visiters to
Ocala today, transacting business and
iXEKAL OP MR. WILIOXS
crystal 'Kiver aitid are
heir bome in Ooala
CIr. J. L. Beck came in town today
from Berlin, to take borne bis daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Mabel, one of the students
at our high school.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gerig, wJio are
enjoying a visit to 'New York City,
aro expected home next week.
The members' of the Junior Mis Mis-si
si Mis-si cnary Society of the Presbyterian
cburch will sell candy at the Temple
VLscon.vi n- Quality Product J
The Better Wall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. ThereTs a
way to save the cost ofx con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't wait for plasterers
do the work yourself. AH the tools
needed are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write, for prices
J. D. McCASiaiili,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
' Mrs. iR. H. Gano, of iWeirsdale, a
bride of the week, spent several
liDurs in the city yesterday,,' -shopping.
Mrs. W. H. Chaille expects to leave
tomorrow night for Jacksonville and
Atlanta, where she will attend the
convention of the W. C. T. U. as del delegate.
egate. delegate. Mrs. Chaille anticipates a
busy stay in Atlanta. She will visit
her daughter, Qlrs. Harper -in that
city and besides her union work is
planning to advertise Miami foy the
distribution ..of tropical fruits, and
citrus fruits in particular. The Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Club bas contributed- $20 for
the payment of the express on the
boxes and numbers of grove owners
have offered the fruit. Miami Me
Mr. 'R. A. Yongue and son Clar
ence of Zuber, visited Mr. Yongue's
mother, Mrs. M. C. Bracey, and his
daughter, IMisses Mildred and Ethel
Yongue, for several days. The for former
mer former returned bome, Clarence going
back to Portsmouth, where foe is in
training for the navy. DeLand
The fjneral services of Mr. R. A.
Wilkins were held at 1 1 o'clock this
morning at Antt.dny. A good, many
people from Oeiria went out to at attend
tend attend and th eipre population of
Anthony, almosft'.' attended to pay
their last respec'isro the friend and
neighbor who Jhadfived amomr them
for a third of si century and whom
they all love4 and honored in bis
The services were held at the iBap iBap-tist
tist iBap-tist chuioh and conducted by Rev.
CBunyan Stephens of this dty, pastor
of the Baptist church, who delivered
a very impressive and touohir g ser sermon
mon sermon and eulogy on the life of the
departed, while Mrs. Mclver, 5Irs.
Carroll ind Mrs. Blake of Ocala sans
two foymns very sweetly. Mr. Steph Stephens
ens Stephens offered a prayer and the remains
were then taken to the cemetery,
where tlie services were concluded
with a prayer and benediction.
Mr. (Roberts of the undertaking
firm of Mclver & MacKay, bad charge
of the burial. Friends brought and
sent maiy lovely flowers, so imany
that the grave ".'ras -literally covered
with ?tb em' and 'their tender and frag fragrant
rant fragrant reminders of the friendship for
the dead touched many foearfcu
Every place of business in An Anthony
thony Anthony closed its doors duriag the
funeral and tbe public school was
dismissed and the children. and
teachers attendecl. iEvery seat in the
church rvas filled and many were
compelled to stand during the ser services.
.The pall bearers were Messrs. A.
S. Johnston, L. B. Wright, E. C.
Sims, George Pasteur, John A. Tarle Tarle-ton
ton Tarle-ton and Prof. George Stuart of Ocala,
but formerly a neighbor of iMr., Wil-
i kins. -'.' :,.
Every person in Anthony and all
who knew foim, i?peak In loving terms
of 'this good man. During the last
few weeks of his life be suffered in intensely
tensely intensely :and death came as a blessed
relief from bis sufferings
Mrs. Ed, Carmichael of this city
and Mrs. OC. B. Plummer of Anthony,
bis daughters, survive Mr. fWilkins,
bis wife having died about 12 years
ago, and was buried where be now
sleeps. ; ,;
The4 Star extends its deepest sym sympathy
pathy sympathy to the bereaved family.
Mr. ;Wilkins made bis bome for a
good many years'-, past with his
daughter, Mrs. Plummer, and bad ev every
ery every care from bis daugfoters and at attention
tention attention that loving bands and open
purses could, give foim.
T isVeyenmbre .extensive this;
than ever before. The Quality c Rlc
brand needs no comment Richel-au Qucliliy
is 1:he standard others aim for.
ICKieS : QILCl Ca'iS HID
Cereals 'and. Smc
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MRS. 31. SCHLmOIEIl
Mrs. M. ijchlenuner, one of Cedar
Key's oldest and most esteemed res residents,
idents, residents, died Tuesday night, after a
lingering illness. U-nlertaker Me Me-Clellan
Clellan Me-Clellan went to Cedar Keys Wrednjs Wrednjs-day
day Wrednjs-day ereining' to prepare the remains
for interment, being accompanied by
Rev. Bernard Campbell, rector of
-Holy Trinity church, who will con conduct
duct conduct the funeral. Mrs. Schlemmer ,is
survived by a number of children, all
grown. Gainesville Sun.
PH13TTX WINDOW DISPLAY
U. D. C. KLECT OFFICERS
(See tbhe pretty window display of j
French Toilet ware at A. iB. :Burnett,
the jeweler. ll-7-tr-diy
TO OUIt TOWX CUSTODIERS
Successful Session of the Convention
(Savannah, ,Ga., Xov. fZ. Tbe sec
ond day's session of tbe general con convention
vention convention of the (United Jaugbters of
tbe Confederacy began yesterday in
the .Guards' ball. The election of of
ficers resulted as follows:
Mrs. 'Daisy MoLaurin Stevens, pres
ident-general, Brandon, Miss.
Qlrs. O..M. Eaton leaves tomorrow Mrs. B. B. 'Ross, first vice presi-
for Jacksonville, where she goes to rdent-general, 'Auburn, Ala.
meet Mr. Eaton, who bas been spend- Mrs. W. T. Culbertson, second
ing the -past two weeks at French vice president-general, Kiowa, Okla,
Lick Springs. They will return to Mrs. I. W. Faison, third vice presi presi-Lakeland
Lakeland presi-Lakeland Monday. Lakeland Tele- dent-general, Charlotte. IX. C.
gram. I Mrs. F. M. Williams, recording
secretary-general, Newton, IS. C.
Mrs. (W. (F. Baker, corresponding
secretary-general, Savannah, Ga.
Mrs. C. B. Tate, treasurer, gen eral,
Mrs. Orlando Haliburton, registrar-
jWe are putting our specials on for
Friday as well as Saturday and Mon Monday.
day. Monday. We are doing this so tthat you
will have these goods on Friday and
not bave to contend with our Satur Saturday's
day's Saturday's rush." Ojook. tbe list oyer
(which appears in this paper) and let
ii imve vour orders tomorrow. We
want your orders, ihowrever, any time
they "come, if i!t is Saturday nigibt,
but we are making this suggestion
and change for your sake.
1.1-1 2-lt O. K. Teapot Grocery..
'VI Hi hi 5 I
HJEJiave just added to our business,' a large
Vu and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The joods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and .when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We-sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
Mrs. A. A. Brown of Ocala is reg
istered as a guest of the Putnam
House. Palatka Post.
'Mrs. J. F. Thompson of Ocala was
a passenger on the A. C. L. train last general, Little, Rock, Ark.
night to visit relatives bere. St.
LRev. Roy B. Bowers, Mrs. B. b
Borden, Miss Mamie Taylor and Mr.
Moffett returned ljday Jrom St. Pe
tersburg, where hy attended tne
convention of th" Christian church.
iMrsCGreen reach edJtfcelan d
last mgnc .vrm utsw xtrnv
where she has been for the past sev-
Pe- Miss Mildred Rutherford, bistor
ian-eneralr Athens, Ga.
Mrs. John W. Tench, custodian of
of honor, Gainesville, Fla.
uMrs. Frank Anthony Walke, cus-
wian flags and pennants, Norfolk,
Leggins, bunting coats, saddle
bags and other hunter's necessities,
at the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
"Why Pay More." 11-7
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Ocala, Florida, Nov.' 5. 1914.
Tinder and by virtue of auth orlty
vested dn sthe imdersisned as mayor or
the 2"ity of Oeala, a municipal conjora conjora-tl
tl conjora-tl on organized and existing uner the
laws; of tin e state or irionaa, x aweuy
latm and erive notice ithat a nruni-
icipal election for the -city of Ocala Is
hre by called and will be 'held In the
said city of Ocala, Marion county, Flor
ida, on the
8th Day of December, A. D. 1914
for the uurDOse ot electing a
-mayor of the said city; also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
oounoilmen from the second ward, to
w-It: one to serve as regular -councilman
trom said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of E. E. Robinson; also
one councilman irora wa, uso
two councilmen from iourtn wara, to to-iwit:
iwit: to-iwit: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby appoint-the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. One: O. B. Howse; F. B.
Beckham, J. H. Spencer, inspectors, and
J. Y. Kea, clerk.
Ward No. Two: C. H. Mathews, Isaac
Stevens, C. M. Livingston, inspectors,
and H. II. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: L. Warner, L.
Hurst, A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk. .... r
Ward ;o. Four: E. W. Kraybill, I. W.
Ole W H. McConn, inspefctors, and
Ah&rnK Clf. ROBERTSON.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: II. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk. 11-6-fri
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Completely Renovated and Ncv4Maaascmcnt
Room iWitliout Bath 01.CD
Running Water inlEvery Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERACE PnO!TS J2i ALL ROOH5
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JAM ES AUSTIN iUlORT L N D
Civil and Architectural Engineer -,
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida
TUB OCALA EVEKHfQ CTAC FIUDAT, XOVESIBEn 13. 1D14
IT WAS NO YELLOW PERIL
MEETING OF TURPENTINE 3IEN
iMS left .it M .hkil : M
Brick City Cider and White Vinegar,' in quarts and
50e Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.,
New Pecans., Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
Florida Would be Glad to See Them
in Fleets V
IA. curious crowd was gathered in
front of (Dewey s -restaurant at an
early sbour this morning speculating
upon just what nation of -warring
iriurope uau seiii us lorpeuu 'iuat w
Ocala. The object under inspection
proved to e a large yellow automo-
jibile which had just arrived (from Il
The car is owned by iMr. R. It. Lash
of Henry, TIL. who, with his wife
came to Florida to sspend -the winter
at iDaytona. They had been on the
way lor two weeks, -coming via In Indianapolis,
dianapolis, Indianapolis, Columbus, Wheeling,
(Hagerstown and 'Atlanta, and en
countered pleasant weather all the
way, striking their coldest day in
Southern Georgia several days ago.
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Poem of not more than forty lines written on
"THE OLD FASHION 'GARDEN1;
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, 1 94 4. Judges mill be named later.
mm FISH A OYSTER CO.
Crystal River, Fla.
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Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
Crystal River Fla.
y Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
to Le Coll.
. X TMt?n TKf-k TnAn. M f tt ayrA Ana "XTIIn r f d n r A t 1
I Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
V U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and X
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE f
i FALL TERIil OPENS VVEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Cluoice .of; 5 Tourist Trains
audi Mor tli west!
"DLXIE .FLYER" "DIXIE LIMITED "SEMINOLE LDIITED"
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LI3HTED "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND ORS ERVATION CARS
ATTENDED COURT IN SUMTER
.About forty naval stores men mem members
bers members of the Turpentine FarmersVAs FarmersVAs-sociation
sociation FarmersVAs-sociation who are operating in this
section of the state, met in the court
house this afternoon pursuant to a
call issued some days ago.
The object of the meeting 1s to
compare ideas and suggestions look looking
ing looking to ithe 'betterment of the condi conditions
tions conditions under which they are novv novv-working.,
working., novv-working., fFhe meeting is iheing presided over
by Colonel Robert. Jtogers of the
LTine (Naval Stores Company, while
Mr. (Nathan iMayo of the iMayo Tur--pentine
Company, Summerfield, Is
As we go to press tMr. A. Sesson,
of Bonifay, president of the associa association
tion association is addressing the meeting.
iMuch 'good is anticipated from
these "get together' meetings, sev several
eral several of which 'will foe held in var
ious sections of the state.
air. G rover C. tMcClure has return
ed from Sumter county, -'where he
represented clients in wo cases be
fore Justice B. iF. Smith in the Ox Oxford
ford Oxford section.
The damage suit of J. Sam .Iteee
against the Seaboard Air Line Rail
road for the killing of several hogs,
was compromised between the liti
gants (before it came to trial. Judge
J. B. Gaines of (Leesburg represented
the railroad company.
- Ln attachment suit of J. Q. Reese
against 'Stapp was decided in
favor of the complainant. CMr. I. F.
IcCollum, the Bushnell attorney,
represented the complainant in this
lease and IMr. IMcClure the defendant.
MEETING OF SONS OF
John iM. fMartin Camp, Sons of
Confederate 'Veterans, will meet at
the courthouse this evening at 7: 30
o'clock. Comrades are urged to be
ipresent. W. W. IHarriss, Comdt.
W. T. Gary, lAdjutant.
LYNCHING AT ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg, 'Nov. 13. nA mob
(broke into ithe police station Qiers
last night and carried away, John
(Evans, a negro believed to 'have hot
iand skilled lEd ward iF. Sherman, and
hanged him to a telephone pole.
The hody was -riddled with bullets.
POSTS ARE SET FOR PRACTICE
In speaking of the tournament to
be held at the fair grounds in 3'es 3'es-terday's
terday's 3'es-terday's paper there appeared "the
following paragraph: "The posts 'have
ben put in place and those who -pro
pose to enter the contest -are not at
liberty to make practice rides over
the course." The -word "not" should
have 'been "now." The -management
of this feature is very anxious to
.have all who -desire to do so practice
whenever convenient. iWe 'hasten to
make this correction as the confus confusion
ion confusion of the two words in the above
paragraph made us 'fcay just the op op-poslte'from
poslte'from op-poslte'from what. 'was meant.
IV I till I IV
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Will buy at Frank's for the next7
10 days :
15 yards, soft finish cambric, a
full yard wide, a real 10c yard
25 yards, unbleached Sea Island
light weight, 28 inches wide, a
14 yards, Bleached Sheeting, soft
finish, yard-wide, a real 10 cent
18 yards, Unbleached Sheeting-
I a full yard- wide, a very good value.
(Do you ihunt? If so, save money
by :buying your shotgun and shells
from the Ocala Pawn and Loan Of
fice. "Why Pay iMore." 11-7
ThEl' ALL UE3IAND IT
Ocala, Like Every Ctiy and Town In
the Union, Receives It.
People with kidney ills want to
be cured. When one suffers the tor7
tures. of an aching back, relief is
eagerly sought for. There are many
remedies today that relieve, but do
not cure. Doan's Kidney Pills have
brought lasting results to thousands.
Here is some Ocala evidence of their
Mrs. A. E. Holly ,v 113 S. Second
St'., Ocala, says: "About three years
ago I was having a great' deal of
trouble with my kidneys, The kid
ney secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. My 'back was sore
and lame and every time I stooped, a
catch took me across my- lions. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh (underneath my eyes was puffed
up. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription
but nothing did me any good until I
started taking Doan's Kidney-. Pills
I improved from the first and was
simply ask for a kindey remedy ge
Doan's Kinder Pills the same tha
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. 2
STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH
At Least One.
Eays a philosophizing friend. "Even
the fattest and jolliest of us has
Skeleton In his midst.'
COUGH MEDICINE FOR
"Three rears ago when I was liv
ing in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dreau
fully. Upon the advice of a drug
gist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bene bene-fited
fited bene-fited ihim at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children -because
it is. pleasant to take. They do not
'Object taking it," writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be 'given a child as confidently as to
ar. adult. Sold by all dealers. -ad
sDenver, Colo., jNov. 13. Voters of
Colorado sustained President Wilson
in 'his efforts to settle the coal strike
when they returned three 'Democrats
to Congress and .re-elected their dem democratic
ocratic democratic senator 'last week. ;
The striking feature of the elec election
tion election was that these same voters re repudiated
pudiated repudiated the .Ammons democratic
administration which permitted the
rudlow massacre and other strike
disorders resulting in the murder and
cremation of thirty-four men, women
and children. With the exception of
two offices every democratic candi candidate
date candidate was defeated.
John D. 'Rockefeller spent $100,-
000 to make the state go dry, at is
said, and Senator Patterson claim claimed
ed claimed in a public speech that -he also
handed the Denver Post $60,000 to
support 'his candidate for governor
This with the odium attached to the
Ammons administration was too
much for the democratic state candi candidates
dates candidates to carry. 1
Labor won a splendid victory when
they, elected District Judge Teller to
the supreme court "bench thus defeat
ing Judge Campbell who lias been no
toriously opposed to organized and
Labor centered most of its sui
sport on iMary C. C. Bradford, super
intendent of public schools and re reelected
elected reelected her 'by a handsome majority.
The faith of the people of Colorado
in the president is well shown by the
vote for United States senator. While
the disgust of Colorado citizens with
anarchistic rule of the Ammons ad administration
ministration administration -led them to elect a, re republican
publican republican governor tby a vote of 121, 121,-0
0 121,-0 61 to the voters return
ed the present democratic U. S. sena senator,
tor, senator, Charles S. Thomas, iby a vote of
94,834 to 90,173.
Congressman Edward -Keating who
has put up such a splendid fight Jn
Congress for the striking miners was
re-elected by a good majority, while
Congressman George Kindel, the on only
ly only Colorado representative to oppose
the workers, received 'but 5,000 for
the United States Senate as against
the 9 4,000 of Thomas.
15 yards, unbleached sheeting,
very heavy, fine count, yard wide
10 cent value.
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who o us the dwelling- the, business property- that stands
In your name?
of course Jyou think that you do; but are you right?
the qnestion is worth considering, it involves the origin 'and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the begtnnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particu-lar
lar particu-lar spot.
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Remington or Winchester automat automatic
ic automatic shotguns, special $27.50. Ocala
Pawn and loan Office. "Why Pay
: Real Weaning of Leisure.
"Leisure," says Deacon W. C- Palmer.
is no time to loaf. It's a time to do
those things you've been wanting to
KE3IAIIKABU3 CURE OF CROUl
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"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got him a bottle of
Ohamberlain.'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. 'I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale by all dealers. ad
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES INDIGESTION
TION INDIGESTION It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have Indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them by IMrs. Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Fa.: "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It ried every every-things
things every-things that I 'heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ag when
I saw Chajnberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and ff4t a bottle of them, did I
find the rHht treatment. I soon be began
gan began to imvrove and since taking a
few bottles of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
"Between Devil and Deep Sea."
The phrase "Between the devil and
the deep sea" has probably no refer reference
ence reference to the ancient fighting between
the Picts and the Britons, though un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly It has long been in use in
Scotland. Its origin would appear to
be lost in obscurity, though possibly
It may have some reference to the
New Testament story of the swine of
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how to use a dictionary, and the great
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eoBTenience to hare this, which is so
compact, so full, and so trustworthy
as to leave, in most cases, little to be
tfeilredL"-Albert S. Coolc,Pli.DLL.D.,
Pi of esaor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Unlr. April 28, 1911.
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Of WEB3TES'8 1TEW IUTEfiKATIONAL DICTIOSASr
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. i6r Over 61 Years Publishers of
The Genuine Webster's Dictionaries,
EFMNGFIELL. MASS.. U. S. A.
A .Dollar Saved
Is A Dollar Made
So "buy your groceries from the
OCAIA GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money.
Every flittle bit 'helps. Iull weight
an'd imasure guaranteed
1 I3iind Rliss CofTee. 30c
.3 pounds best Rice. ...... .25c
1 qt good Florida Syrup. . .20c
1 bottle good Fla Syrup. ... 0
Irisb potatoes per pk. . . .20c
BACOX per pound ...... . lGc
5 gallons oil. .GOc
Everything cheap for cash.
Orange Springs, iXov. 11. -The
ibar.becue of .Nov. ath, was quite a
'Messrs. iMaurice Jordan, Cyrus Livr
ingston and LVbbot Parramore made
a trip to Silver Springs in air. Jor Jordan's
dan's Jordan's Jauncth iFrlday night, returning
iMrs. Perry, of Oklawaha,. visited
her sister, iMrs. J. IR. Winiberly last
week and attended the barbecue.
6Ir. and (Mrs. Morgan have gone to
housekeeping dn their new thome.
air. J. B. Hall visited the Brick
City last Thursday.
OTev. Bethea with the assistance of
Rev. York, of Rodman, are holding
revival services here this week.
Cane grinding is soon to begin. The
(farmers are expecting to make quite
a plenty of sj-rup to supply the borne
The baseball game between the
Orange Springs team and Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy last Thursday, resulted in a de defeat
feat defeat for the home boys. s
0? h CUE
Etcause It la so perfectly safe to use
and lias been of such great help to a
-12$ mothers,' -.tl
Ocala Cash Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, (have known
F. J. Cheney-for the last 15 years,
and 'believe him perfectly honorable
in all ibusiness transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli
gations made iby "his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
' . Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is .taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces- of the
system. Testimonials sent 'free
Price 75 cents "per (bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad
I do not say, because cotton is not
my Sbusdness, but I do call, the at-
host of exoectant Itentiocri of Mr. Pine Smoker or Tobac-
exerncedin Ohewer, who buys a pound of my
ost happy El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings
-,! K? nf a-ntw 4 nts Xwaiich equals fifty eood
X" I lcllUa ;:
Applied externally Pipe smokin
muscles its purpose are fond of chewing, you will find
is to relieve the I fchls tobacco (mire, unadulterated, be-
tinaue tension upon i --j,,
the cords and ligaments resulting- from S my OiWn product, the clippings
muscular expansion. Beneath the sur- I 'of my cigar "factory cut up and the
face is a network of fine nerve threads 1,,,. ,.... nrwr.rvrv. rtrt
cd gars) to the fact that you will find
a pleasure. Or if you
and the gentle, soothing"
"Mother's Friend." Is designed
lubricate the, muscular fibres as to avoid
the unnecessary and continuous ; nagging
upon this myriad of nerves. Applied to
the breasts it affords the proper massage
to prevent caking.
There is scarcely a well-stocked drug
store anywhere but what you can easily
obtain a bottle of "Mother's- Friend and
In nearly every town and village Is a
grandma who herself used It in earlier'
years. Expectant mothers are urged to
try this splendid assistant.
Mothers Friend has been 'prepared
by Bradfleld Regulator Co., 310 Lamar
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for neai.j; half a
century. Send for valuable tittle book to
expectant mothers. ;
to so calnih'g a combination, of pure cigar
leaf tobacco that costs as high as
$4 a pound. A trial will convince
you Thls tobacco 4s put up in 2, 4,
8 aad 1 6 ounce packages.
EL TRQPICO' CIGAR FACTORY
; v 1
t ww' nun j
AX ACTIVE IilVER
If you want good health, clear
complexion and .(freedom from dizzi dizziness,
ness, dizziness, constipation, biliousness, head headaches
aches headaches and indigestion, 'take Dr.
Kings'. (New Life; Pills. They drive
out the fermenting and undigested
Wacahoota, IXov. 10. A very ligh
shower fell here early Monday morn- f0Qds clear the lood 'and cure coa-
ing anavwas greauy appreciatea. ro- sUpatlon. tOnly 5 cents at your
1 We Aim
To Be Upright in Our Bealir-s
4 We Put -. -OUR
3IE.1TS VP RIGHT
MaWng it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM
' 2Cl to u. ii. Acapoi uro;
OPEN DA X AND XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Mtals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credf
tors, 'legatees, distrabutees,
other persons ihaving claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with within
in within two years from this, date, to-wit:
This 23rd day of October, A. D, 1914.
iF. P. Gad son, ,s
As. Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2S-iwed
TRY THIS FOR YOUH COUGH
Go.Nprfh by Sea"
Ulerclisnts & MinersiTrans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
-Automobiles carried. ,
For reservations, tickets, etc,
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Thousands of people keep cough
ing because unable to -get the right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in
flammation of throat and .bronchial
tubes. What you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del
icate mucous linine:. raises the
phlegm and -quickly relieves the 'con 'congested
gested 'congested membranes. Get a 50 cent
Dottle from vour driis-eistv "Dp.
day is fair and quite cool.
Those from here who attended the
Marion Baptist Association which
convened at Wllliston last Wednes
day and Thursday, report a good at attendance
tendance attendance and a good meeting. They
were ,Mr. and iMrs. uT. O. Tyson and
children, Mrs. T. !N. SmithV iMiss'es
Theora, Rosalie and Leola Smith, Mr.
and iMrs. C. R. Curry and daughter
Thelma, .Mrs. C. JM. Smith, IMessrs.
Cedrick and Napoleon Smith and
Hubert Walton. ; . ;
We are indeed sorry to report Mr i.
J. F. "Br u ton still continues to have
fever, but hope for her a speedy re
covery.; , ''.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were
shopping in Gainesville last' Thurs
Mrs. R. C. Epperson and small son
nTl j,n -H. C., are visiting Mrs. L. M. Smith
this week. :" ,.: .
.Rev. Henderson of Micanopy filled
his regular appointment here Sunday
afternoon at the M. E.' church. : Ha
was; accompanied out by. Mrs. 'Hen 'Henderson
derson 'Henderson and two children and Mr. J.
S. Dunning and Mr. C. H. Crisman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Taylor and
Marybel Maihewsiof Flemington and
Mr. and Mrs. Georgf Gibbons of Ar Archer,
cher, Archer, spent Sunday, guests of Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibbons of
Jackson ville. w'ere guests of. Mrs. C.
iM. Smith and family Friday night
and Saturday. Mr. Gibbons' and
Messrs. Cedrick and Clarence Smith
succeeded in landing an eleven and a
half T)6und trout out of Johnson
lake Saturday morning.
IMessrs. McClellan and Walkup of
Mcintosh and Miss VI da May of Mic-
druggist. itu-thr-f ri-wkly,
We al w ay s h a v q o n 'h a n d a f r es h
supply of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-Ct
if Yon 17HI ta!ifc Enounh: of Cu?Ice
SaSo'rdays.tolcst Gve? CaCLcy- ''v
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
;."; And if the teains 'could talk they would thank you, too for heir!.-;;:
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the wcel:,which Is a Cry ct
rest for nearly everybody, but thi3 ice man of yours;
t w irnmmmm
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f::v:vx i I v.'. I t ix::?'
mr (m i i ; Hi it
V... ,r X- L -Mutmi ., i
King's Xew (Discovery quick! v and 1 anopy were guests bf Miss (Rosalie
completely stopped my couerh." Smith to surmer Sunday night, and
7innp8v hoSr' ?yatt!' 'Fl?yfa!e' Texas' the entire .party motored over to Mic
Money back if not satisfied, but it' .
nearly always helps. tu-thr-fri-wk ianoP5' tor services.- i;
iMiss itosalie Smith spent bunaa
night the guest of Miss !Vida May.
j.Miss May accompanied her home
Monday for a few days' '-visit.
Cane grinding is the order,, of the
f :;: -xx
Larpenfer ant? Builder
Careful Estimates made on air Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
xmtractor in the city.
"French briar'; is produced in
Sicily, Calabria, Corsica and of late
His Dally Supply of Cake.
A Wichita attorney is very fond of
a certain kind of cake his wife Is ex expert
pert expert at making. Recently she left for
a visit with her parents, a 1 before j day.
going baked a large cake. She knew j 'Mrs. W. J. Edwards of Ocala arriv arriv-hat
hat arriv-hat if she left the entire cake where led vsterdav art u the net .at her
her husband could find it he would
eat It si 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 U tter she tells
him where he can find a piece of the
cake. Kansas City Star.
DON'T DELAY TREATIXG .YOUR
A slight couerh often becomes seri-
ous, lungs get congested, broncial
tubes fill 'with mucousJ Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-51oney. It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your system resUt
colds. Give the baby and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them. Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-fri-wkly
mother, Mrs. V. P. Smith.
Family Trees Defined.
While the family tree of the ele elephant
phant elephant runs mostly to trunk, that of
the chorus girl does nothing of the
IT REALLY DOES RELFEVE
Everybody -who is afflicted with
rheumatism in any form should by
all means keep a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on hand. The minute you
rfeel a pain or soreness In a joint or
j muscle, -bathe it with Sloan's Lini
ment. io not rub it. Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
the seat of pain, relieving the hot,
tender, swollen Reeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it In
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money iback if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief.
During the four days of the Marion-Sumter
Fair we will give 10 per
cent discount cn every purchase 1
made. Little's 'Shoe Parlor. 9-tf
I 1 i-x-X-:-l XX k N.-. X-
Kill J LW 4-"'Al U--'
I mCofiyrieht 1914. raOsZsreunngiM.:',
yy. y. y. j
And it s the brand of many men
who would go withoitt beer if
they couldn't get
1: : iR" UT
It has a mild rich goodness, a just right
flavor that makes a man feel it is
brewed to suit his individual taste.
core s Mail Order Ho
( Uhl) j ;
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IlIMMflMCUT 'Iinifeir nniUi iJi)-SlSlio The first -dav's 'Biisimess of 't
Big event lar surpassea pur .expeccaaons. dux wnen re is cajen -iinco comsKier-
atioii that the prices are cut to the quick in- every line of goods? the woinSer
is that there is any thing left bh our shelves. "While thousands oi bkrgEizns
await you here, we have space only for .tlie- .mention off a few.
A large line of Ladies' Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs, only; 2 Cents each. Only
5 to a customer.
iMon's -soft shirt with collar, regular. price 65c. They
are 'well made, stripes and white pat- BJ
terns. Sale price.';'. ...... . ... C-
LMen's Shirts wit&ou-t collar, the regular 90c -vulue.
iMade of stripos with cuff o match all fJO-.
ready to attach to shirt. 'Sale-price'.'. C
iMea's $1,25 Shirts, made with collar or without.
Both white and stripes. -Well made. QF
The shirt that young men want. Priov C
Qlen's 8c H and kerchiefs, half inch hem .white, A
fine finish. Sale price. ............. j 1C
Olen's 10c Handkerchiefs, white with half 1
inch hem, well finished. Sale price. C
IMen's 50c fleece lined underwear, well QQ
made drawers or -shirt. Sale nrice. ... OiC
LMen's 12c half hose, Tlack and tan, well
made,. Sale price. ...... ........ .
Qlen's Silk half hose, regular 'Joe values, rj
Sale orice. . . JL
DRESS GOODS .
C5c all wool serje, 3G -inches wide, blue, black,
navy and gray. Sale price, per AJ7
75c iMohair, 4 4 inches wide, fine finish,
gray and black. Sale price
GOc wool brocade dress goods, 42 inches QQ
wide, brown and blue. Sale price.
(Men's $2.50 (high top B:'k Skin Shoes, the shoe, that
everytbody knows, will wear and give the service
for the working man. Sale d Q O
price ............ . . V. . . . V JL.' l O
Men's $1.75 iRomeo sbx, low heel, plain ,toe, soft
and comfortable. Sale 1 yfrZ
price. . . . ... ...... .V. v.; . V "X
Glen's $3.50 Patent leatter Oxfords; welt sole, cap
toe, wasp last, the rew last for. this season. Both
fbutton and Mucher ntyles. Sale
price. . . .......
' Men's $4 Oxfords, both b-utton and tblucher, patent
leather, welt sole, spider last and fc O Q Q
wasp last. Sale .price. . . .
Men's $5 Patent Lreather, welt soles, (button and
blucher, wasp, spider and, plazer last, the new
styles for this season, lia.nd sewed. qq
Sale price. . . . ; '-$07O
Mens $2 Pants with medium peg top, belt strap:?,
hip pockets, ,vvatc?h pockets, both light (j y
and dark patterns. Sale 'price. .... V
aien's $2.50 Pants with !belt lcops, watch pockets,
hip pockets, side pockets, medium peg top, med medium
ium medium size liem, both dark and light (Jji Qn
patterns. Sale iprice. ............ y 1 iO
Men's $3 Pants, peg top, two inch (hem, well tmade',
watch ipockets, (belt loops, side pockets, hip
pockets, finely finished. Sale JtO ACk
'Men's $3.50 rayfield Woolen iMills 'pants known
the world over. They are well made with hip
pockets, watch pockets, side pockets, two-inch
'hem, nicely finished, iboth light and dark (pat
terns, all fblue serge, ale 0 OQ
iMen's $4 well known lilay field Woolen iMills Pants,
light patterns, well made, ipeg top 2 -inch hem.
Guaranteed by the factory to do as 60 OA
, they say. Sale price. . .. ... .... P52
Men's $5 to $6 May field Woolen IMills Pants, peg
top, side pockets, fbelt loops, watch .pockets, hip
pockets, 2 -inch 'hem, iboth light -and dark pat
terns, also in navy blue and navy bine -with small
stripe. Sale .
Boy's Pants, Knickerbocker style, well
made, regular 65c kind. Sale price.
Boy's $1 Pants, well made, side pockets, Ibelt loops.
-Made to fit and to -wear well, ale 7Q
price. ...... v. C
Boy's $1.40 Pants, 'belt straps, side pockets, hip
pockets, well made, (both dark and fancy QO
patterns. Sale price. ... i . tOC
Boy's $-2 Pants, well made, peg top style, belt loops,
side pockets, hip pockets, watch pocket, in
both dark and light patterns. Sale
Bargains in Dress Goods
45c wool flannel, red and white, new and O.rf-i
tresh. Sale price, per yard . . O C
3c fancy plaids 'for dresse:?. Sale price JQ
per yard 4cC
6;c black silk stripe poplin for trimming, a 1
Sale price, per yard ............... TT C
oVc silk stripe ratine, pink and brown. Sale
price per yard. cJ C
3 cc Russian cord plaid dresu goods, pink, QQ
blue, lavendar and tan. Sale price yard 3C
50c silk stripe poplin, almost any' shade you OQ 1
niay want. Sale price, per yard. ....
$1;.25 Belding's satin, almost any color, 36 OO
Inches wide. Sale price", per yard. . '. .OSC
352 silk stripe poplin, all shades. Sale price fjo
, per yard. ................ . . . iOC
25 3 poplins, all shades except black. Sale i q
price, per yard . . ...... . X J C
15c dress ginghams, guaranteed not to 4
fade, new patterns. Sale price, per yd. JL A C
12 y2e dress ginghams, fast colors. Sale
price, per yard. ..., .... ... ... ... a 'LIC
10c dress ginghams, fast colors. Sale price, Q
per yard," ..... : ... ...... OC
12c percales, 36 inches wide, stripes, fancy q'
daTks and lights. Sale price. ........ C
15c percales, 36 In wide, fine soft finish,
light and dark shades, Sale price yard. 11 C
7c bleaching, 2 7inches wide,-sale price per J
yard. ................. ..... ....... OC
8c prints in fancy colors and stripes, darks
and lights. Sale price per yard. .....
39c O. K. I. silk, plain colors. Sale price per Y
3i5c (Foulards, jblue with white dot, black O O
with white dot. Sale price per yard. ... Zi)C
Ladies' $1.50 gun metal, one strap Oxford, nexible
sole, plain toe. Sizes from 3 to 5, ( q
. price. ............. . -. ,i . . tp A X
Ladies' Oxfords, $2" valnes, Vici Kid in plain toe
and single sole, low heel. iA. nice cotmfoxtable
shoe for house wear. Sale f
price P JL
Ladies' Oxfords, plain patent leather, one strap,
heavy sole and sharp toe. 'Regular price $2.50.
As we only have a few pair left we aTe closing
them out in this sale. Sizes from 3 Ci i 1 O
' to 5. Sale price only.' 1
Ladies' $2.50 Patent Leather Button Oxfords 'with
cap toe, dome last, the new thing for this year.
Almost any size you want. Sale Ap
"price;1. .-. . . ......... 1 . tp.'JL
Ladies' ;2.50 Gun 'Metal Button Oxford, cap toe,
dome Hast, high raised toe; the new ? 0, f
last. iale price P JL O
Ladies' Kigh Top Shoes, worth $2.50, The sizes
run from 3 to A We are closing &KAQk
them out in this sale for. . $ JL tt.l
Ladies' $.2.50 Black Patent Leather Pumps, the
V new 'Lick last with medium heel and qo
medium weight sole. Sale price. P
Ladies' $2.50 Gun -Metal Black Pumps, the ;LaSalle
last with medium high heel and a (J 1 AO
medium raised tee. Sale price. . P JL J.v
Ladies' $2.50 Satin Black Pump, sizes from 3 to
7 The 'LaSalle last, the new thing AO
this season. Sale price. ... ... . ; ; tp JL 0
Ladies' $3.25 Gun letal and Patent Leather with
medium weight sole, flexible and durable well
made welt and sole. Both button and J0 CO
Oxfords. Sale price -cPiD27
Ladies' $3.50 to $4 Oxfords, Gun tMetal and. Pat Patent
ent Patent Leather welt, soles very flexible and dressy,
; the new tyje for this season. Patent fbutton,
; patent hlucher, gun metal button and &0 iOQ
' gun metal blucher. .. ... .-. . P32?
Ladies' $3.50 to $4 high top tan shoes, 16 'buttons
and 'blucher with medium weight sole and heel.
Very soft and pliable. Sale. 2
Ladies $2.75 Gun iMetal high top shoes, (both low
and high heel, iboth button and blucher; medium
weight sole, broad last. Sale ; 00 OO
One lot of Ladies' Oxfords, Vici Kid, narrow last,
sizes from 2 to 4. Regular price $3.50. As
we only have small sizes we are go- rj OA
ing to close them out on this sale at tPOi
ladies $3.50 Tan Pumps, .baby doll last, low heel,
flexible sole, -sizes from 2 to 5. Sale fr& Z
One lot of .Ladies high top Vitri Kid Blucher Shoes,
regular price $2.75, sizes from 3 to 4. As the
sizes are all small we will close them JA
out in this sale for. ....... .... ... : tj) X
-EXTRA SPI3GIAIL :
A well made pair of Ladies Hoce Sup Supporters
porters Supporters for only 9 Cents. Only one
pair to a customer. ,.
YOU are doing yourself an injus injus-il
il injus-il tice if you do not come in and
look over this immense array of MM'
E SkVim BA&6AM&
ale Closes Novemlber '30
Boys 23c dar-k cloth hat. Sale price
each. . . .
Ladies' 75c Wack andvXancy colored potti A r
Ladies $1,25 Petticoats, hind:, green,
tango. Sale ivr ice
40c window shades, 6 feet by 38 inches. Ve only
have a few 2eft and, will close these out Ql
in this sale at 'the price cf, each L,i &.! O
We have about 4 0 canopies which we don't car a to
carry over to next summer. They are. lull size
and are worth $1.75, and we will close this fine
mosquito bar out during this sale O"!, rCs
'for..... . ........ J 1 mdtxJ
85c children's drees; They are made out of ier-
. cale and gingham.. The sleeves are half A Q
. sleeves. Sale 1 pxlce. J C
$1.25 children's 'dVesse's, T ginghams and O Y
. percales, sa-le price. ...... 4 ....... UcC
$1.50. children's dresses, made of percales
and ginghams, i5a)'e price. ..,
lLaaies JZo dresses, made or ginghams, o
sale price. U
.Ladies other dresses ranging in price from 98c up.
Ladies. 'Hats. We are closing out this depart department
ment department and we are "marking the prices so as to move
every one in, the house during this tale. The
.prices will range. as follows, from 23c. to $2.98.'
They must go regardless of, cost.
Ladies corsets ha,ve all he en cut. The prices will
range from 23c to $2.08,
; Ladies' 65c-flannel gowns, well made for A 7 -the
price. Sale price. i C
. (Ladies' $1 inuslia gowns, nicely finished
with trimming to match. Sale prica.
Ladies' $1.25 muslin gowns, well made. Qkfy
Sale price OC
Ladies'. Cc muslin drawers. Sale -:a r
price. . ;. '. i . . C
$3.50 Wlnap h lank ets,' white. Sale Cc nrs
tprice JtZ sO J
Ladies Sweaters ranging in price from 98c to
Boy's Shoes and Oxfords, regular $2,50 ( (o
(value, sale price ; t?0
Boy's $3.50 Oxfords, gun metal and patent leather
welt sole, raised toef well made and C p f Q
very dressy. Sale price. ... ....... 0
03oy's $3.50 high top gun metal and patent leather,
welt sole, button and hlucher, well made and
dressy, raised toe, wlite oak' sole, Oi7J
kid, also fancy. Sale .price. ....... tyCJ
Boy's $2 Shoes, medium iwelght cole, well made,
hlueher, medium wide toe. The very
thing for school wear. Sale price. V wy
Bahy C5c soft sole Oxfords, straps, white
bid, also fancy. Sale price . ...... C
, 15c Corylopsis Talcum power, made (by the Tal Talcum
cum Talcum Puff Company. Sale prlos 3 cans for 25c. Not
over three cans to a customer.
11 corrulm M
TIT! O Tl
THE OCALA E VESTING GTAR, FRIDAY, XOVEXmEn 13. 1014
5 ... ' 2
This report is made from obser
vations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov
f i v I J I j
fciniAli Vi h..., ta4 t.J k&mf w'
(Woodmen meet this evening.
(Music at the (Murray Company. 3t.
KltEGER'S for fishing tackle.
Have you noticed the new adver advertisement
tisement advertisement of the Colonial hotel?
ODD AJSD ELN'D
reduced (prices at
. York Imperial, 40 cents per peck.
Winesaps, 50 cents per peck, all this
week at Carn-Thomas Co. 12-3t
OPEN" DAY AND XTGHT
-CMr. JC. Stanford of Tampa is in
the city on business for a marble
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with casli purchase of $1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday and (Mon (Monday
day (Monday only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t
After their business meeting last
night, the members of the Fraternal
Union enjoyed an oyster supper at
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash 'purchase of $1 'worth, of
other groceries, Saturday and dfon-
day only. Smith -Grocery Co.
(Mr. F. W. Ditto bas cut down his
old, Tellable Oakland car and imade a
two-seated runabout of it. It is bet better
ter better than some new cars now.
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any-hour. Adv.
Nov. 1. . 76 51
Nov. 2. . 78 ,53
Nov. 3 ... ... . .77 53
-Nov. 4. ..... . .80 58
Nov. 5. ... ... .;. .80. 53
Nov. 6. . ... ... .79 54
Nov. 7. ... ... .. .79 54
Nov. 8. ...... .79 56
Nov. 9. . . . .74 G2
Nov. 10 72 68
Nov. 11. ..... .71 46
Nov. 12....... 74 51
Mr. tA. C. Crisleigh of Clarksburg,
iW. Va., with his wife and three boys,
on their rway to St. Petersburg, ; in
their car, were guests of the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington last night. Ddr. Crisleigh is an
old friend of Messrs. C. P. Howell
and Jos. W. Dodge, and --was greatly
pleased to meet these -gentlemen in
this city. . .'
If yon are contemplating building
see P. J. Theus for lumber. Cash or
cn credit. 12-6t.
Mr. Boisseau of the Seaboard in informs
forms informs us that his road also ihas on
that $1.50 rate to the Gainesville
Half million if eet second band lum lumber,
ber, lumber, all grades, for sale cheap for
cash, or on credit. Apply to P. J.
Theus, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t.
Judge Smith looks
some as he sits and
boys to come in and
licenses. The judge
mighty lone lone-waits
waits lone-waits for the
license to a white couple in five dayl
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 5 Octs packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Qlr. R. C. iFort, the Lynne orange
grower and trucker, is in the city on
business. 'He brought with 'him -quite
a quantity of citrus fruit which hv?
bad no trouble in disposing of at fair
IMr. J. J. fftetky, proprietor of the
Harrington lunch room, bas return returned
ed returned from a (business trip to Columbus,
Ga. 'He reports excellent business
conditions in that city and in fact at
all points wbich he visited. He says
that most of the 'hard times" com complained
plained complained of is the talk of those who
have no other occupation and notb notb-Ing
Ing notb-Ing more profitable to devote their
IMr. J. C. Piflans, the (Electra mer merchant,
chant, merchant, Is in the city, baring driven
over early this morning vl bis car.
He came over to bring bome bis son,
CMr. !L. H. Pillans, wbo bas been on
a visit to bis parents.
Referee CMcClure has just returned
from Sumter county, where he held a
meeting in two bankruptcy cases at
Rushnell. Trustees were appointed
in both cases and another meeting
will .be beld as soon; as the necessary
arrangemejitsLcan be made.
Activity at the fair grounds is in
creasing daily and everything is be
ing put in firm shape for the opening
of the big Mar ion Sumter sbow. In
dications arJtJfftit will surpass all
previous events, ard the managemen,H
is well satisfied with the prospects.
brought up from Inverness
and placed in the bospital.
"You will never know wbat com comfort
fort comfort is in finding your papers until
you use a Glob'e-tWernicko filing cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet. Get one at The (Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 12-3t
We will bave films for your kodak
.at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12
'Miss Maude (Morgan is enjoying a
visit to Arcadia, Lakeland and Ocala.
Punta Gorda (Herald.
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
Latest novels at The (Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 12-3t.
Mr. (Marlowe Ayer, a prominent
cotton broker of San 'Antonio, Tex
is paying a visit to Ocala relatives
and attending to business at Lake
Weir. Mr. Ayer is the son of the
late .Dr. L. iM. Ayer, and a nephew of
Mr. (Alfred Ayer.
IMr. G. W. Ford, treasurer of the
Thomas 'Advertising Service, Jack
sonville, is in the city today on bus business
iness business connected with his company
'He is bere especially to see several
prospective large advertisers who
propose using the state .papers for
their publicity during the winter.
(Mr. F. A. Blitoh, one of the sturdy
young farmers of Blitchton, was in
town today, buying cans for syrup
and salt for meat, which valuable
commodities are plentiful around
Rain tonight and Saturday.
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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lost Found, Yanted, For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local lends
When you vant results put y our ad. in xb.
FOR SAVE Sawed cedar posts, all
Iheart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde. Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
OCALA FHATHltlAL 01EI1S
EIAIUON-DUXX 3IASONIC IX)DGE
FOR SAflLE Homemade, jellfes, pre
serves, canned fruits, pickles Tand
catsup, Mrs. P. H. Gillen.;
WAINnra3--To buy a second-hand
instantaneous gas water) heater.
tMust ibe n good condition. Afpply
to Box 223,'Ocala. 11-7-tf
. Clarion-Dunn Dodge ??o. 19, F. &
A. M.f meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notici.
, u Baxter Cam, W. CI.
Jake' Brown, Secretary, AJ
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chan ter No. 2 9 O. E. S.
FOR SALE Ford touring car, re- meets at Yonsre's hall the second and
cently overhauled and in perfect fourth Thursday evenings of each
condition; new tires; cheap for month at 730 o'clock.
iA .w. aoo m90mnH irs. x iora arown, vv. ai.
m ilk.. ii mh9
rs'BvertM'agVNew and Fi rs t
Handsome, Airy, Wc2I Furnish; 3 Hoc1 Hoc1-Class..
Class.. Hoc1-Class.. ROOMS
Special prices toy the Week liinins I5;:oni in Connection
American Plan Reasonable Rates
XORTII 3IAGX0LIA STREET
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy
WAOTBD By white girl who is
quick, willing and intelligent,
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.f
though deaf and dumb, a (position meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
to do general nouse work in family evening at s o ciocK. A warm wel wel-.
. wel-. o- ..Icome always extended to visiting
m ucaia. yyi t ltl vm(,c' j brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
Dr. 'w. 'van nooa. on-n
FOR RiBXT A furnished room
for two gentlemen or married cou-1
ple; electric lights, bath, etc.;
rates reasonable., Apply at 303, N.
Orange street after 5 p. m. 11 9-6t
WrAiXTaEID -Three unfurnished rooms
iby young married couple. tMust
be close in and in desirable neighr
borhood. A.ddress care Star, dh
FOR RENT (December 1st, a four
room cottage, city water and ligbtji.
6 per month. Apply to Mrs.
.Rowe, 1106 S. Orange St. 13-6t
Blood Basfcructfon ;
Stopped snd Rebmit
Worries Overcome, Evidence
Brushed Awayv The
W. la. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA IODGE F. U. OF AJ
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on ; the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Ledge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at ,7:30 ip. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORIiD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m.,. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ao
Commercial Hank Block, cn
Magnolia Street, Wegt.
Post Box 518..
' (Mr. Geo. IM. Bliteh, at his home on
North Orange street, has onp of the
handsomest poincettla plants in town.
Its blossoms are unusually, large and
Don't f orget, The Murray Company
will have a big -line Of holiday goods
in time for Christmas. 12-3t
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. xi.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffioo.
J. D. Rooney; Dictator.
CHAPTER NO.. 13, R. A. 31.
Conducting a High CI;:: s r
"jj AM now in business for myself.
jj tail bar and Mail Order Ilonse. I cr.a give you the best thcro
is, and as much as any one else In business for your money. Coven Coven-teen
teen Coven-teen years in the business has taught me what the public wantc,
and I am supplying that want..
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICE3
Good Old 65 Proof- Rye,
Corn or Gin, In jugs ;
Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
.t per gallon.. .00
Good Old '70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
' Ballon :. 3 75
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the pxice of any other
(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P..
Jake Rro-jvn, Secretary.
I OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Grand (Master Little of the FIor FIor-:";da
:";da FIor-:";da Odd Fellows went this afternoon
to Eustis, to aid the lodge at that
.place in its degree work and instal installation
lation installation of officers.
France has an association which
gives loans on the word of honor of
the people. It is chiefly for men or
women who are of humble position,,
and in most cases the money Is re returned
turned returned promptly.
i ii i mv. l
Cj iL O
lilbM GMJh4 to Ihave
Sim jomip Ihomnie
! i. A V
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert worJC
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
"W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala,
J. B- MflZINGO- Watchmaker
All kinds of Jewelrv, Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter Sewing Machine and
Graph one Repairing prompt prompt-executed.
executed. prompt-executed. Prices reasonable.
216 S. Magnolia Street
New Shell Bursts in Air.
A French army man has invented
a. aheil which, when fired from a 75 75-caliber
caliber 75-caliber cannon, will explode in the air
instead of having to come In contact
with something before bursting. The
invention was devised by Command Commandant
ant Commandant Malandin of the general staff of
Paris. It is saic that the new shell
Increases the range of effectiveness
in aiming at the enemy's fortress or
in the field of battle. French artillery
authorities state that the nev inven invention
tion invention practically doubles the value of
th-3 75-caliber cannon. The missile
will undoubtedly be standardized and
used bv"qll of the French army men.
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the bowels,
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
Test for Seeds.
Seeds not sufficiently ripe will fit at
In water, but when arrived at full ma
turity they will sink to the bottom, and
this is p"of that they aro good to
Others Need Eve's Enlightenment.
A Kansas City minister recently r r-nlnded
nlnded r-nlnded his congregation that Eve did
lot realize she lackeu clothing until
iio ato the apple. "And," he added,
'I v. rxsii a few of thn womn rf my
ongregatlcn would -u. r,;;o." -lansas
S. S. S., the famous blood purifier, is
man's architect. It contemplates the dam damage
age damage done and repairs the damage. It also
ooks after the possible damage ana cor
rects all tendency to blood eruptions, decay
of bones, clogging of joints and any and
all of those myriad of destructive effects
such as rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands
sore throat, bronchial affections and tne
host of infirmities bo well known as being
caused bv impure blood. And now, why
should S. S. S. do all this? Simply because
It Is Nature's antidote, a remedy of search
ing Influence. It contains a powerful, nat natural
ural natural ingredient, that sweeps its way to the
skin. And in doing this it not only anni-
hilates destructive germs but causes them
to be so .converted that they are easily
and harmlessly voided, expelled or de
stroyed and then driven out through the
natural outlets of the body. Thus let
S. S. S. be your safeguard In all blood
troubles no matter what they are. It
won't fall you. Get a bottle today of any
druggist but refuse any and all substi substitutes.
tutes. substitutes. Get In communication with the medical
dppartment. Write The Swift Specific Co.,
r.4 Swift Bldg., Atlanta; Ga. This special
advisory work on blood troubles has been
cf Incalculable benefit .and has cured a
icst cf sufferers.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
. David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
The city tax books nave been open
for 'payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they be closed (Dec. 1st, after, -which
a penalty of '10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court bouse. 11-6-tf
A Chicago physician says: "Good
health demands that the month. be
kept closed while asleep." Cases-aro
known where a man's health would be
'n better condition if he'd kept his
month closed while awake. Boston,
The Tapestry Mode.
The Millionaire (declining to pur purchase
chase purchase post-impression creatlon)
Noth'n" doin'! -Why, my maiden
a'nt cud darrn a better picture 'n
ties. As you
changes man's actlvi-
change a man's activi
ties you change his way of living,
and as ycu change his environment
you change his state of mind. Pre Precept
cept Precept and injunction do not percept!:
bly affect men: but food "watr, air.
clothing, shelter. p?ctures, books, inu inu-ale.
ale. inu-ale. will and do"
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes aTe now
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
November payments and one (1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
1 1-3-2 ra Tax Collector -Marion Co.
Child Liable to Be Spoiled.
At Zarantanto, there has Just oo
curred a case which is probably
unique of Its kind. A child has been
born while its father, grandfather,
great-grandfather and great-great
grandfather are all living. .Its name Is
Urriticoechea, and the family are
Basque farm laborers. The great greatgrandfather
grandfather greatgrandfather ai?d great-great-grand-fathei
have acted as godfather to the
child. The united family constitute
nearly a whole vilb?2o.
rnialrft mv mlnr-ft vnnr h part nn art firs while in the city. YOU will
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place." t '"
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KIND 3 of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. ', '
: CMlA9 FLO 111 OA
The Manc2in2iif cl DH. TJlehMl&
Medical, Snrcical-' Oydrppatlilc. ;
-ancl:: Elect ric-2zioiiof c ; .. --;
Announces the moving of;the Institute
oflScesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands
Larger Quarters, More Fully Eqdfrcd "ill be Run
, Strictly Upon Ethicr.l.Trics j .
;TO4i30 V: I ITf.pV-PHONE : 33
HOURS: 9 A.M.
Once upon a time people .wanted
state-wide prohibition of coffee. Ia
his book, "London in English. Litem'
ture," Mr; Percy H. Boynton says of
the old coffee houses : "As the num number
ber number of them increased, broadsides ap appeared
peared appeared against them. One was entitled,
The Woman's Petition Against Cof Coffee
fee Coffee and it asserted that coffee drink drinking
ing drinking encouraged idling and talkative talkativeness,
ness, talkativeness, and led men to trifle away their
time, scald their chops and spend
their money, all for a little bare, black.
thick, nasty, bitter, nauseous puddle
water!" Atlanta Concfitution
Survival of Superstition.
Madaga- :ar natives have a strange
Idol. It Is a piece of wood covered
with silk and attached to a wire which
the Priests null in a certain way The
god perfc ms movements in all dlf ec- j
tions, to the great terror of the faith-
ful. who believe it is really alive. The I
priests C ell in houses of wood, as the
god will nave neither stone nor brick
To distinguish themselves from the
other natives, the faithful wear their
hair rolled in curl-papers like women,
and keep it in the shape of a horn by
means of pins.
, i "yFbth cf the Kak?po.
SeverayLirdo make regular pat
end from t;pir resorts. .Those cf tho
Antarctic penguins are noted by fill
Le?pIorer3 in their region. ; very no
ticeable are those in the haunts of tho
kakapo, e large, rock-dwelling; burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot cf tho
mount5RS,of Nev Zealand. They
beaV.down regular paths along tha
gpurs and ridges where they abound,
so that a person might be excused for
eup'posing they were meant for. human
feet. It is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro on their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip off and perhaps eat evcrj
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean
When the path is buried In snow the?
etiU follow It on the surface- and sooa
beat down a track.
Daily Thought. -AH
but God is changing day by day,
Charles Kingsley. '
Indesers ,bave been respcnslbla f z?
many errors, but possibly tho stranc stranc-sst
sst stranc-sst example of curious indexing occurs
la a law book? Turning over Its in index
dex index a "correspondent of -; the London
Chronicle noted the entry: "Bestir.
Justice, His Great Mind," and refer reference
ence reference to the page brought this: "Mr.
Justice Best said ho had a great mind
to commit tho witness for contemri
j of court." " ;