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TiiOUSAHDS 01! THE ROAD TO CALAIS
. Paris, Nov. 14. (By mail to avoid
cengorship). The French t army
numbers six and a half million men
instead of three millions, as given
out. Three millions of well trained,
adequate equipped young soldiers,
generally under thirty, are held in
.barracks, while the allies are wear wearing
ing wearing out the Germans, checking their
.'furious attacks. The Germans num number
ber number nearly three million -but their
ranks are toeing fearfully decimated.
It is understood that the French
army could be expanded to eight mil million
lion million if a general call was enforced. J
HUSHING EAST TO 3IEKT THE
- RUSSIANS i -Vr;v--''
' i Rotterdam, Nov. 14. One him-
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tired and five trains, carrying Gef Gef-man
man Gef-man cavalry 'from the western to the
eastern seat of war, passed through
(Belgium yesterday and today. ;
CRACOW 3IAY- HAVE REEX CAP-;
' Ixmdon, Nov. 14. (An unconfirm unconfirm-ed
ed unconfirm-ed ;Rome dispatch states that Craco y
has ibeen captured iby the Russians.
CANADIANS IN THE CONFLICT
Paris, Nov. 14.- Canadian troops
are now in IFrance participating in
(the fighting along the line from the
tXorth Sea to lArras. They are being
secretly rushed from England to re
dnforce the ritish forces.
(Fighting along the entire line has
"been violent, 'but overshadowed by
the intensity of the conflict in the
north and rwest of 'Flanders. The al allies
lies allies are closing in on three sides and
a general advance to storm the Ger German
man German position is 'expected any time.
lAHIes in 'Belgium are pressing "for "forward
ward "forward loot fby foot, fighting hard for j
every inch of ground 'gained and, pur purchasing
chasing purchasing every advantage with a heavy j
price of folood. ;
AUL.IES REPULSED AL.1 ATTACKS
Paris, Xov.. 14 (An official state statement
ment statement at three o'clock this afternoon
shows the Germans continuing at attacks
tacks attacks upon the allies front from the
(North Sea to the river iMeuse, but
declares, however, that the German
assault has been repulsed and the
(French ihavemade progress near
Dixschoole. The Germans, were re repulsed
pulsed repulsed in attack upon the "bridge at
iNieuport and east and south of
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MoiiA:mn:!AN troops have
3IUTKVI ED AGAINST THEIR
- BRITISH PIASTERS
. Berlin, (Nov. 14. A dispatch from
Milan states that fighting is going on
near the Suez canal. The Egyptian
troops have -mutinied Y against their
English I. officers.. iMany t prominent
Egyptians have been arrested.-
UP-TO-DATE AUDACIOUS SUNK
OFF COAST OF, IRELAND
v (New York, !Nov. 44. -The British
idreadnaught Audacious, one of the
newest 'and. most powerful ships in
the iEng-lish navy, has been sunk off
the Irish coast, presumably iby a
mine. The report was received here
through the mail, -.with' a picture of
the half submerged ship,.' despite a
111) Ell) Oi'J
AUSTRIANS AT TSING TAO DE DESTROYED
STROYED DESTROYED KAISERINE i
' "', AUGUSTA
.Vienna, Nov. 14. lAn official dis dispatch
patch dispatch announced today that the (Aus (Austrian
trian (Austrian cruiser Kaiserine Augusta was
sunk off Tsing Tao by its own crew,
after ammunition had exhausted.
The crew entered the garrison and
continued fighting to the end.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
, at any hour.- Adv.
EGYPT HEARS THE
CALL OF ISLAM
0 S P
IS EVIDEUT IN GERMAUY
iBerJin, (via L.msterdam) iNov. 14.
Officials today refuse to discuss the
situation in the eastern arena, hut an
undercurrent of uneasiness is appar apparent,
ent, apparent, as the result of the operations
of the Russians. Reports from Rus Russian
sian Russian soiirces say that the enemy cro&s cro&s-ed
ed cro&s-ed the"etstern frontier hut are dis discredited
credited discredited and vague hints have heea
given out of German victory being
expected shortly. ;
SEEMED TO RE SATISFIED
. The war office states that German
progress in the western district is
causing great satisfaction.
TWO DAYS RATTLE WON RY THE
A Constantinople dispatch stats
that a two days 'battle at Kara Kalis Kalis-sa,
sa, Kalis-sa, Turkish Armenia, between the
Turks and Russians resulted in a
loss for the Russians of eighty-five
hundred men and that the Russians,
were forced to retreat.-
CROSSED THE CANAL
Berlin, 'Nov. 14. It has .been of officially
ficially officially announced that the Germans
captured Steloy, south of Ypres and
crossed the Yser Canal west of sLange sLange-mark.,
mark., sLange-mark., CARRYING AVAR INTO ENE3IYS
Constantinople, (Nov. 14. 4fe ; iwas
officially stated today hy the Turks
that the .Turkish army had invaded
Russia, striking for th port of Bat
oun, on the Black Sea: '.
RULES FOR BANKS THAT AVTLL
OPEN DAY AFTER TO TOMORROW
MORROW TOMORROW (Washington, 'Nov. 14; The fed federal
eral federal reserve board .today fixed rates
of re-discount for .federal reserve
(banks. The rate for Richmond twill
he six per cent, and Atlanta, short
time, six per cent, long time, six and
a half .per' cent.' -V-'. 'w-. v.:
IS TO DEAL THE LOUISVILLE
Louisville, INov. 14. The Stock
Exchange opens (Monday for dealing
in .bonds only.
AT RUSSIA!! SUCCESSES
EVIDENT THAT RUSSIAN FLEET
IS VERY CV1UCH ALIVE
Berlin, via wireless, .Nov. 14. An
official 'dispatch if roin Constantinople
says three Turkish transports are
missing.; It is believed they have
been sunk .by the Russian' fleet : bom bombarding
barding bombarding Songuldak. ..
Official Report cf the Proceedings at
, the November Meeting of
Ocala, .Fla.,'tN'ov. 4th, 1914.
The 'board tof county, commission commissioners
ers commissioners met dn regular session with Com Commissioners
missioners Commissioners (Henderson, Luff man, Da Davis
vis Davis and Watkins present. Chairman
C Carmichael heing absent, Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner W. T. Henderson was elected
chairman pro tem.
- On motion, the reading of -the
minutes-of -last meetings was post
poned. , '
' Application of tMrs. iMartha Guinn
for widow's pension was approved.
Application of ftrs. Sarah iE. Holly
for wMow's pen-sion was approved.
Applications of J. W. Wilson, J.
J. Nolson, L. B. Boone and Jno. L.
Whitfield for permits to carry pistol
Petition to grant public road from
where Jacksonville avenue crosses
Ocala and Summerfield road,' near
center of section (36 tp 1 6 :s r i2i2 e
runhingvwest onwJhalf sec line' divid dividing
ing dividing sees 3 6r 3 5 and 34, to Levon and
Ocala public road, was referred to
fit -was ordered that Qlr. Curry's
road crew ibe sent to iHowell & Cham Cham-'bliss
'bliss Cham-'bliss roa'd.
Aipplicatlon cf Hance IHavens to be
put on pauper 'list was granted for
$3 per months subject to 'Commis 'Commissioner
sioner 'Commissioner Carmichaers investigation.
: Bond of J. K. 'Priest to carry rifle
approved, and permit ordered issued.
' ftA "petition signed by a number of
citizens from Dunnellon and vicin vicinity,
ity, vicinity, asking that the "Dunnellon "Dunnellon-Inglis
Inglis "Dunnellon-Inglis and Lebanon road bo harden hardened
ed hardened iwas presented and on motion of
Commissioner Luff man, the board
agreed to harden said road as soon
as the Flemlngton road is ; finished,
and that the Carter crew now on the
Blitchton road !be moved at once to
the Fleming'ton road. v
The matter of giving the CVIarioa
County Advocate some of the county
printing was taken up and deferred
The tax assessor was requested to
allow IMrs. Lucy Bell the legal wid widow's
ow's widow's exemption from taxes.
by tue EmKrllnsIjii nsnti ,i
Lww3 LJ vlwl ifcAiwaL
es on :
R, B. -Hunter was placed on the
pauper .list at- $10 per month.
Two petitions .requesting com commissioners
missioners commissioners not to appropriate; money
for the fair, and to dispense with the
services of the road engineer were
filed for deformation. ' :
Petition 'for appointment of Ed
ward Holland as Inspector of marks
and brands for Tort ftlcCoy, precinct
iNo. 113, was approved and the cler!c
directed to write the gqvernor for his
' The road engineer's report was
ready-and 'ifiled, said report heing as
To the honorable Beard of County
; Commissioners. :
iMr. Chairman and Gentlemen: 1 I
herewith submit report -for October
District jNo. 1, ipcala and Lake
Weir road, repaired 3000 feet, cost
8 8-10 cents or ?,263.72; Ocala and
JMontagaie Tod, gruhhed and graded
80il0 leet, cost -3 i3.10 cents per lin lineal
eal lineal foot; or '$2'63.72. Cost of (feeding
mules !5 0 B."1 0 'cents. per head per
day ;x cost of feeding xsohvicts 18 cents
iper man per day. Total, $&27.44. v
iDistrict iNo. 1, Ocala and Mcintosh
road, repaired from Ocala to nine-
mile post.. Cost, $49,53. ,
- istrict (No. '1, Howell & Cham
.bliss road,, opening, : grading and
grubhlng, cost. 4 7.10- cents (per lin lineal
eal lineal -foot, cost '$1148. T3, Total for Oc
tober, $73.70. Had to abandon this
work as ground was too wet.
(District iNo'. 2 Qunnel3on road, re-
pairin'g from three to ten-mfio post.
Total cost, $37.47.
(District LNto. 1, Orange avenue, re repairing"
pairing" repairing" near' two-antle ipbst 2040
feet; cost'l 8.10 cents perineal
foot. Total, $47.94. '..'..
'Oistrict 'No.. i2, Standard and iFel iFel-lowsihip
lowsihip iFel-lowsihip road, graded 1452 ifeet, re repaired
paired repaired "750 feet. Old town and Giar Giar-tel
tel Giar-tel road, graded 150 feet, repaired
1200 Ceet. Ocala and Rlitchion road,
graded 4'20 feet; 'Reek's hill repair repaired
ed repaired 405 feet; iHaycraffs hill,, -built
from Clahher hill east '20,34 feet and
west 720 feet; total built, 2754 feet;
cost of repairing and grading, 3552
feet, 3 8.10 cents per lineal foot,5 or
$136,82. Cost of touilding '275 4: feet,
10 cents per lineal foot, or 2 75,40.
Cost of feeding mules, .52 4.10 cents
per head per day; cost of feeding
convicts, 32 Gl'lO cents per man per
day. Total, 't$4252.
iDistrict jNo. 3 Oklawaha an d QIoss
Bluff road, clayed in ruts 9240 fet.
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We are in the Cam Building, Ocala
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. -Petrograd, 'Nov. 14. 'Aftsr hav having
ing having crushed the 'Austrians in Galitin,
the Russians are sweeping rapldl
westward to storm Cracow, the gate gateway
way gateway to fsilesia'and Berlin. The LVus-tro-Germans
'are fighting 'desperately
to drive hack the Russians who have
reached the upper 'Vistula.
. Only in tho last two weeks have
the. full forces ot tho Russian mob mob-llization
llization mob-llization begun to develop. There aro
now three million men on.'tlnj fron frontiers,
tiers, frontiers, and twice that many at every
pbint In the interior, Teady to go (for
ward as fast as needed.. .
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Washington, Xov., 14,--It 13 con considered,
sidered, considered, highly proha'ble that t'ia
$.135,000,000 cotton pool will L.
OFFICIOS OI THE )
U i : AFRICAN -AIUtX :
Scott- Succeeds ...Wothersjpbon : as 'Clilef
- (, of etas ;
Washington, Nov. 14. Brigadier
General Huh I. Scott -was eelcctcd
iby President Wilson yesterday to b3'
chief of staff of the. United' Ctatcs
(Army upon the retirement of CJa-jor-General
Wothercpoon. The va vacancy
cancy vacancy crested will .be Ellcd by the
nomination of Brigadier-General
Funston, now in command at Vera
Cruz. ' '
iBrigadier-General. Tascar IH, iBllE3
will become dhicf of the .mobile army
division and upon the. retirement of
Blajcr-Gcncral Cilurray, General Gcott Gcott-will
will Gcott-will (he appointed a anajor-general.
(Secretary Garrison, "making thc2
announcements after a lengthy con conference
ference conference iwlth the president, -said for
the 'present General IFainston' v. -oaM
remain at Vera Cruz. Upon the re retirement
tirement retirement of iMaJor-General Carter-on
November 19, 1915, Brigadier-General
Bliss also will become a major major-general.
general. major-general. '
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by buying your shotgun and shells
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THE OCALA EVEJttXO STAlt, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL. PROPRIETORS
11. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
lemberships), R. E. (Arras and Ypres, it will rank as a oKKHH-:kskK::-
! disaster marking the "pivot into a new
ful to the Germans; if the advance is
and the Arras-
Ypres line remains firm, it wll have
been nothing more than one of the
To the careless observer, it would stage cf the war in ever;' '"way help-
not seem likely that Ocala should
ever be the terminus of a canal. It held at Dixmude
looks too high and dry. iBut -competent
engineers have pronounced the
plan not only possible. but easy, and many inconsequent victories of the
financiers have expressed a willing-! past three months triumphs whose
inness to furnish the funds when-1 only fruits have been the ruthless
ever the undertaking shall be put on suffusion of human blood.
a working oasis.
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
One year- in advance. . ... .$8.00.
Six months, in advance. ... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80
St. Petersburg has set the pace in
lynching. Nothing like that auto
parade that escorted the doomed
nigger has .been seen before, though
Ocala had quite a lively series of
fjenzine carts going out the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick road to a similar occasion two
The negro, John Evans, who wasl
lynched in St. Petersburg Thursday
night, abided awhile in his passage
thru this world in iMarion county,
and was sent up by the superior
court to serve a term in the peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary for grand larceny. The' officers
3iere say he -was a -bad character, and
t was probably safe for the people
or St. Petersburg to lynch him on
general principles, whether he was
guilty of the crime he was accused
of or not.
The following from Life is timely
In .a Philadelphia family recently
Che engagement of a daughter was
announced. 'A friend calling was met
at the door by the colored maid, who
announced: "iXo'm; Miss AMce ain't
at-bome dls aft'noon she's gone
'down to de class."
".What class?" inquired the visi-
Star must commend the East Coast
railway for its public spirit.
WHY IS THIS?
Last summer, there was a differ difference
ence difference between the Ocala W.C.T.U. and
the iMarion-Siimter Fair 'Association,
in regard to the former organization
distributing literature on the fair
grounds. The difference was settled
at the late meeting of. the directors,
and that it was settled in a manner
satisfactory to the W. C. T. U. is
proven by the following, which was
published in the Star at the time:
The W. C. T. U. Thanks the Fair
t Ocala, (Fla.; Oct. 16, 114.
Board of Directors Marion County
Gentlemen: Please let us express
our grateful thanks to you who bave
interceded in our ibehalf and secured!
for us space at our coming county
It is always our wish to work in
harmony with the people and we are
glad of this opportunity to do so. We
shall put forth our :best efforts to
make our space not only a credit to
our fair, "but a place of rest, corn-
well as a
' "You know Miss Alice is gwine to fort and hospitality as
Jbe maTed.in de fall," explained the place to 'hold -up a standard of mor-
fcnaid, "an she's takin' a cou'se in ality and- sobriety.
Again thanking you for this open
door to further the cause of temper-
Ti,n ance. we beg to remain.
X IU IS KJHMld. O Ltli Iajrs iuat imc i
cialists polled fifty thousand votes in
.Texas and elected one of their most
fyrominent men, Meyer "London, from
the twelfth congressional district of
Now York." Don't-understand how
voles moiled in Texas could ihave
vkvtvr1 a fcm srpssman In Cew York.
The trouble with our friend of the
TTImpa 1s that Tie isn't trvine to un-
derstand. (but misunderstand? Also,
in quoting the Star, he left out the
comma that followed the word Tex-
cis, else even his exacting demands on
:grammatica,l construction might have
If there is ever a canal right
across Florida one that shall be
practical for the speedy passage of
good-sized sea-going freight and pas
senger boats, as well as local craft,
it will be made by .cutting thru the
ridge between Silver Springs and
Blue Springs, and of course this cut
must go by Ocala. The Ocala and
Silver Springs' canal will ;be a be beginning
ginning beginning to this greater waterway,
which the coming years are sure to
see in successful operation.
A BIG ATTENDANCE AT THE FAIR
Attorney General West is the re
cipient of numerous (bouquets tossed
at him for winning the case of the
state of 'Florida against the Pull-man
Car Company in the supreme court
of the United States. It was quite a
victory for the young cracker (lawyer,
and will take some of the lordliness
as well as the cash out of the big cor corporation,
poration, corporation, which gives ..the people
down this way about what it sees fit
In return for their good money. At Attorney
torney Attorney General West had some of the
foremost lawyers in the United
States against him in this case. The
Orst -result of this victory will be the
paying over of about $20,000 in back
taxes to the state. l
IMary Lee Bridges, President.
ftlrs.'W. W. Clyatt, Treasurer.
'Mrs. R. tA. Burford, Vice Pres.
iMrs. lA. L. Izlar, Recording Sec.
'Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Cor. Sec.
It was supposed by everybody there
abouts that this settled the matter
and certainly the temperance folks
are working as hard for the success
of the fair as anybody. But in the
last two weeks there seems to have
ibeen an outbreak, in neignborin
counties against the fair, based on
the aoove mentioned dispute, wiiieh
the people most concerned had about
One of these outbreaks appeared
in the Sumter County Times, and
was immediately dealt with by the
Star. Now comes the iEustis (Lake
Region, and prints another unde
The editor of the rLake Region is a
fair-minded man, and would, not be
guilty of an injustice unless misled.
It seems to the Star that lie should
have investigated, the matter more
fully .before -he tried to injure an in
dustrial enterprise in a neighboring
county. j ; "y
These things are not doing the
fair any great harm. 'Nearly all our
people are working for the fair,
The following from the Columbia
State will explain why the allies and
Germans are fighting so I desperately
around Dixmude, Dixmunde, or Dix Dix-mayden,
mayden, Dix-mayden, the quief little Belgian town,
of which few people ever -heard of
until a month ago:
Dixmude and Its PossibilltieH
In capturing Dixmude, just south
of the allies' base at iNieuport on the
Belgian coast, the Germans may r be
on the threshold of a success that, to
say the least, would tend to prolong
tfce war Iby many months.
In the first place, it renders immi imminent
nent imminent the abandonment by the fillies
of Nieuport, which, if taken, will
accomplisli the German objective of a
base on the sea. INext; ft opens -up
much easier road to Dunkirk, in
France, and to Calais. The posses
sion of -these ports would Jbe of the
greatest moral importance and irrould
possibly result in the long talked of
dramatic raid on iLondon by air.'
But important as" tnese; results
would (be", the possibilities of the
Dixmude success are Infinitelj great greater
er greater as they tend to affect the desperate
assaults whidh the Germans 4 (have
ibeen making along the Ypres-Arras
line. For this is the, key which ac accurately
curately accurately fitted, would instantly
change the entire alignment of the
contending forces in (Northern
(France. 'fi-yr--. -;,
Once the 'grey troops were through
this line, the Belgians and (English
would ibe forced to fall .back incon incontinently
tinently incontinently along the coast to prevent
envelopment, and destruction or "cap "cap-ture;
ture; "cap-ture; and the moment this happened,
the German lines in France (between
SRhetms and the 4 Straits of (Dover
would ibe practically straightened
out and shortened by many 4 miles.
The result would -be that the Ger
man armies in i France could dig
themselves into defensive positions
from which it would be almost im
possible to dislodge them; and that
thousands on thousands of troops
now going to make up th-3. great
triangle with its nose pointed at
Faris would (be released for action
against the Russian pressure in Eastr
era Prussia. It is doulbtless for this
vital end that the Germans are
spendthrift of life around Ypres, an
assault to whose significance the tak taking
ing taking of (Dixmude, or even (Dunkirk, Is
incidental.. Greatly, as It would ihelp
the Germans to ibe In position to
make the Straits of Dover: iperilous
with mines and to raid the English
The Florida Vegetable Marketing
Bureau is expecting several huridred
vegetable growers from different
parts of the state to attend K- V. M.
B. day at the Marion-Sumter' Fair,
Thursday, Novemoer 26th. Secretary
Rooney and tDr. Weaver, the mbvinr
spirits of the .bureau have received
notices from many who will come,
and expect at least 500. on that day.
large del gations, is crystal springs,
In Pasco county, from whicii a dele delegation
gation delegation of fifty growers, with their
wives and families will come; and
possibly twice that many. A large
delegation is expected from Dade
Gity, (Lakeland and many other sec
I pCr" $J ';K
f "V-.x C i V-
LOCAL DE3L1ND FOR LUMBER
DO NOT BUY POOR IMPLEMENTS AND WAh TI3IE
AND MONEY GOING TO THE IIICKSMiTH SHOP RIGH'J
Blr. George Rentz, proprietor of
the Rentz Lumber Company of !Fort
iMcCoy, one of the few big lumber
plants in 'this section of the state
that is now in operation, informed a
Star representative yesterday that he
has Jhad, during the past few days,
the -first inquiries for local orders in X
a long time. Several' telegraph or-
ders have ibeen received and several y
Jarge orders from Ocala. iMr. Rentz
mills foav-e been busy all the time,
but it was for export shipments and y
for customers at a distance, like Key
rr i cj t j j a. A.
tvvesi, miamj jeno criner uisiaui poims.
He says lumber will take a big jump;
inside of sixty days and 'ha is looking
for great activity in the lumber trade
by or soon after the first of the year.
WHEN YOU ARE BUSIEST.
; COME TO US AND BUY GOOD IMPLEMENTS WIHCIk
WILL STAND HARD "WEAR.
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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
which is for us all, and Intended to coast with; submarines from a base
do us all good. These uncalled for on he Straits themselves, even such
The Star does not blame the peo- attacks on it look to the Star like an opportunity would not begin to
pie of, St. Petersburg or any other J spite work, and If we wre given to measu re in importance with the con-
commuuity for IjTicliing a man, white stirring up strife instead of promot- trol of the great industrial provinces
or miacK, wno w'ouia commit a crime ing peace and progress
like the murder of iMr. Sherman and 1 name the' offenders.
4ne assault on 'his wife. But they
should foe sure they have the right
man. Judging iby all the reports of
tlie affair, the people of St. Peters
turg did not have that decisive evi
dence that would bave .warranted
them in dealing such summary jus
mob lynched the right man. It would .heart of our city.
. any meuioer i it uis xeei- Anderson Lumber Co., C. L. An-
Ings if it is ever discovered it lynch- Uerson, J. W. Akin, J. ;H. Benjamin,
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ea ine wrong one. PR Tt RnllnMr RnlWV &r fMprchnn
L. -F. Ballard, (A. CE. Burnett, R. R.
of Northern France, together with
the straightening of the present 3ow-
like front and the consequent release
OCALA-SILVER SPRINGS N of three or fourhundred. -thousand
CANAL COM3IISSION veteran troops to hurl into the arena
of the East.
Following is a list of the members On the other 'hand, every, day that
of this association, which .hopes some the allies can thwart such a develop develop-day
day develop-day in the near future to see water ihent means continuing an d increas-
Tne Star sincerely bopes tbe transportation, reacb to the very ing embarrassment for tbe Germans.
It has become clear that the persist persist-entand
entand persist-entand thorough drive in Northern
iFrance ihas .been at the cost of a
weakness in Eastern Prussia. The
(Russian attack has for days been con-
Hie Star has received from J. E. Carroll, Carter's Bakery, Baxter sistently successful. .Reinforcements
ingraham, vice president of the Flor- Carn, (two memberships), Carn- of the heaviest sort are necessary to
5da East Coast Railway, a copy of a Thomas Co., (two memberships), the stem the tide in that quarter. In the
very nandsome and instructive book- Citizens Investment Co., (two mem- Tegion of Rheims and Verdun and in
(Pastor, Rev. W: H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "The Day of God's Pbw-
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p., m.- "Sermon.
Subject, "Steadfast, in the Faith."
A cordial invitation extended to
the public and all strangers, in the
East Broadway Church
.(Disciples of Christ) ;
Roy B. -Bowers, Pastor.
, 9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
10 a. m. Men's class of religious
Investigation. "The Miracles of tbe
111 a. m. Sermon : "Visions."
7:30 p. .m. Sermon: "The Seeds
of Death and the Seeds of Life."
(Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
lAttendance last Sunday 308. Why
I not every Sunday?
11a. m Ptreaching by the -pastor.
Subject, "I Am the Door.?
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:30 p. an. -B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m.--Sermon.
You will le welcomed.
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
.. ,9:30 a. ni. Sunday school.
Children's program and. rally day.
IT a. m. Pleaching. Subject,
"Sowing and Reaping.".
l:. 12:30 Junior Epworth League.
' The ihour 'has ibeen changed from
3 to 12: 30 p. m.
13:30 p. m.Senior League.
, The hour has Ibeen changed from
4 to 3: 30 p. m.
.7 : 30 p. m.- Preaching. Subject,
"Revivals, their Necessity."
Strangers always welcome.
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VOMLAiN'S DUTY IN THIS WORLD IS TO LOOK
BEAUTIFUL. ADD TO YOUR NATURAL CHARMS THE
FASCINATION OF GLITTERING JEWELRY. IT WILL
YIELD PLEASPRE TO YOURSELF AND A 'GREAT 'DELIGHT
TO OTHERS. OUR STORE GLEAMS WITH PRETTY OB OBJECTS
JECTS OBJECTS IN GOLD 'AND SILVER AND PRECIOUS fJTONE'S.
BUY YOUR JEWELRY FROM US. WE 'DON'T CAP.HY Tin:
CHEAP. TAWDRY STUFF, BUT HONEST GOODE EO:
let, entitled "Live Stock and Farm
ing in Florida." This booklet is not
gdven exclusively, as one might sup
pose, to advertising the resources of
the East Coast, but gives a very good
idea of the farm and stock resources
of the entire peninsula portion of the
state. Several pages are devoted to
the big farm at (Mcintosh, Marion
county, of S. H. Galtskill, who is a
'leader in the world's fundamental and
most useful industry. The booklet is
an excellent piece of literature. It is
not a bunch of boosts, filled with
guesses and exaggerations, tout has
xcal Information interestingly arrang arranged,
ed, arranged, and. backed up with the most
convincing of testimony illustra illustrations
tions illustrations taken on the spot. It is a good
berships), B. N. Dosh, J. R. Dey, J. theArgonne section of the operations
R. Dewey, (two memberships), F. m France, the German attack has
'W. Ditto, Florida Title & Abstract come to a halt and degenerated Into
Corporation, (two memberships), W. I indecisive siege operations. If the
T. Gary, (two memberships), A. G. allies hold their present lines In the
Gates, Graham Bros., J. J. Gerig, J. North and the .Russians continue
P. Galloway, E. T. Helvenston, Wr. H. their advances in East Prussia, the
Hetrick, L. S. Light, Lake Weir Light urge for reinforcements may ibe suffi-
and Water Co., P. V. Leavengood, J. cient to compel a shortening of the
: Epvorth League
X UC IXJJ "Ui til vw m.
3:30 p. an. Leader, W. T. Hood. Sub Subject,
ject, Subject, "The Volunteer Call."
Good song service.
1 2 'iii i
Clean, Fresh, Vell Laundered Lin.::
is a necessity. To supply that v..
! cessity is :,C1 ill?,, Diioii.120
$ (EnQ "S'r iLrzr 7
Y 402-401 13. Main. Street Phcnt? 2C i
are a stranger here only
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
!M. iMeffert, J. R. CNIoorhead, (two
memberships), R. L. iMartin, IH. B.
Masters Co., George MacKay, (two
line by a general and precipitate re retirement
tirement retirement like that which marked the
shift of battle from the 'Marne to the
memberships) Ocala Star, Ocala Seed Aisne.
Store, Ocala National Bank, (two
memberships), L. W. Ponder, R. F.
Rogers, (two memberships), B. H.
Seymour, C. B. Strickland, J. C.
Smith, Smith Grocery Co., James
Thompson, G. Li. Taylor, II. S. Wes-
Dook to send out of Florida, and the son, H. A. tWaterman, ID. S. Wood-
dt is by bow far the capture of Dix
mude mar contribute to the hap
pening of the contingencies first set
forth that its importance as a re reverse
verse reverse to the allies must be measured.
If it causes or contributes to a rup rupture
ture rupture of the defensive lines between
W. K. Lane, 31. D.f Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat, Law Library Building,
if: Till O .furBiiirTl, Ti i r v-. t
Smokeless shells, 5 o cents a box at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
"Why. Pay aiore." 11-7
We are selling Stocli ind Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 2 acts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
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This is the drug store where you v.-ill find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, creams everything
you need in candydoin. We vriil make up
assortments a3 you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for rour ict cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you," housewife, krvo.v the
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try
They Save Housework
You can't tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few ; polishing
cut glass, mirrors and window, absorbing
grease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
iquid. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
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It is soft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolli, 10c.
2,000 BOXES OF
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OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFLTj
Do Ycu want them at a Bargain?
I have 3. splendid Orange
Grqve, of 1C acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced bat no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain' in the County.
Call on or -Address ... -X...
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Phone 125, .OCALA, FLA
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UNDERTAKERS and EfllBALLIERb
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For Good Wood
BIG Load for 31.
Your Order will have
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At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
(Continued from First Page)
cci-i 3 1.10 cents per lineal foot, or
$2S4.1; repaired 600 feet at East East-la!:3,
la!:3, East-la!:3, cos: C Z.10 cents per lineal
fcot, or SC. We are indebted to
residents of Xo. 3 and No. 4 for con-
trlbuting teams to assist in this
-.vcrfc. Opening. Pedro "school house
read, cost SC0.20. Total $304.11.
District Xo. 4. Repairing; bridges
cnl rafs. Built C0O Xeet road.
Total ?1 13.40. J V
District Xo. u. Fairfield -and Flem-
Jn?-:oa read. Built 3054 feet of 'lime! Commissioner
the law as to advertising and 'post 'posting
ing 'posting notices having been apparently
complied with, the beard granted
said petition and issued a license.
The board decided that in regulat regulating
ing regulating county finances, that the fiscal
year be declared -to be (from Oct. 1
of any year to the following Oct. 1.
The board decided to donate $500
to the Clarion County Fair Assacia Assacia-tion,
tion, Assacia-tion, "to be applied on the premium
list and the clerk was instructed to
draw a -warrant for that amount.
The board decided that, in the
present condition of county finances,
no appropriation be made to canning
c lu b s Co m m i s s i c n e r s . Wa tkins, Lu ff -man
and Henderson voting aye and
Davis nav on motion
The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi business
ness business a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. ;
We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors.
an 1 450 feet of clay. Total
feet. Ccst 13 4.10 cents per aineal
foot. Re dic"k road -graded 1230 feet
at cost c,f il 1-2 cents per dineal foot,
or SI 8.11. Cost of feeding mule3
to refuse appropriation.
Commissioner Watkins Tnoved that
the action of the board in (refusing
the appropriation for canning clubs
be rescinded. Commissioners Wat-
4 0 9 JO cents per head per day; cost,' kins and Davis voting aye and Luff
of feeding convicts 21 7-10 cents per
X3n .per day. Total $488.80.
Total for October, 1914, $2337.79.
C. L. Gamsby, County Engineer.
Croket Houston and (Easter Hous-
man and (Henderson voting nay, the
chairman voting aye. The board
thereupon ordered that the clerk
draw a warrant 'for $1'5 each month
for "Mrs. J. R. iMoorhead for canning
club work, Commissioners 'Watkiris
v.- -. .r.. : ;-' &
c'--- Hf'';''-:' ry
Fiie Ocala N
Resources Over Hall A liliicn
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
ton were put on the pauper list at $3, and (Davis voting aye and Commis
sioners Henderson and Huffman vot-
chairman then voting
each per month.
'Mr. X. 'A. Fort submitted his ag-;ing nay, the
ricultural, horticultural, live stock aye. 1 ;
and mining report as. county enu- W. .E. Smith, county judge,
merator. which was aoDroved and certificates of convictions
mpnth of October.
John CM. Grahaim, county 'treasur-
accepted by the board.
The report of iMrs. J. R. Moorhead,
canning club agent, was received and er, filed his report of receipts and
filed. I disbursements for 'the month of Oc-
'Aunt Patty was ordered placed on tober, which was filed,
the pauper list at $3 (per month. j The following justices of the peace
Applications of J. B. George, C. H. filed reports of costs and fines im im-Ho?an
Ho?an im-Ho?an to carry rifles were approved posed during the month of October
and pemits granted. jas follows:
Road asked for 'by Mr. CM. L. Payne W. E. Smith, county 'judge, fines
refused for the present. ; $250; costs $168.22. J.; G. Ferguson,
Petition to change Xcrwalk road, J. P. 'No. 1, fines $195; costs,
mossing to B. F. Molly's place was' $H2'2'j21 ; W. S. Priest, J. P. Xo. 13,
refused. I fines $5; costs $9.51; S. B. Bower,
The clerk was directed to request J, P. No. 26,fin'?s $85 ; costs $1294 ;
the T. & G. Railroad to put in repair 'M. L. Payne J. P. Xo. 31, fines $30;
their crossing at '"their track on the;cost3 $12.12.
Cldtown and iFlemington road about The following justices of the
11-2 miles north of Ematbla, and peace filed their reports showing nj
the 5. A L. railway to construct a j business fcr the month, viz: Z. A.
good crossing where the public road iMeClaran, J. P: Xo. 2; W. H. Ander Ander-crosses
crosses Ander-crosses its road 2000 feet north of son, J. P. Xo. 3 ; A. J. Ellis, J. P,. Xo.
the 14 8-mile post near Dallas. 16; Alex sWynne, J. P. 'Xo. 19; Z.
'Petition to close the road from in intersection
tersection intersection with d-evon and Ocala road
in sec 14 tp 17,s r 22 e northeaster northeasterly
ly northeasterly thru sec 12 to half sec line of sec
12 tp 17 r 22, known as -"Lev on and
Graham, J. P. 1X0. 29.-
The following -mark and brand in inspectors
spectors inspectors filed reports for the month
of Octcber, viz : District CsT;o? 1 ; dis district
trict district Xo. 4; district Xo.'17; district
Belleview road and to open road on o-- 20; district Xo. 21; district Xo.
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through xve and sympathy; to
lead pupils toward higher Ideals of
life and duty; to establish closer re
lations between home and school anc
state; to exalt puilty of life and con
duct; to strengthen the moral tone of
the community: to mane gooa men
and women; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; f to maka
education attractive; to magnify the
state: to meet the need for educated
citizenship; such is the exalted mis
i ion of the teacher. Hon. Charles R
Living for Others.
It probably never occurs to a youmf
man or woman that he cr she Is "hard
to live with." That 13 a phrase we
always, somehow, use about other peo people.
ple. people. But why? Why net occasionally
consider whether the difficulties we
complain of may t be partly the re
sult of our own sharp angles and self
ish wills ? The art of living with oth
ers is largely the art of living for oth others,
ers, others, and not for ourselves.
Hot drinks of
sec line running north between sees
13;and 14. tp 17 s r, 2 Jromhalf
see line e and w -thru sees 14 and 13,
tp 17 r 2:2 to half sec line e and w
thru sees 11 and T2 tp 17 r 2, was
referred to Commissioner Davis.
The ihcard decided o pay the
county demonstration -agent, S. J. iMc-
Cully, t$250 a year, payable $25 -per
month for 1 0 months, and the clerk
was directed to Issue warrant month-
y for that mount. Commissioners
Watkdns and Davis voting aye and
Commissioners fLuffman and Hender
son rroting nay. The chairman then
The board decided not to donate
anything to Comfort ;Lodge on the
ground that it should foe done -by the
citizens of Ocala and the imercliants
of the town.
Petition of Wm. W. Vaughn for li
cense to carry pistol granted.
Cost ibill in the case of Otho Jen
nings case was refused.
The clerk was instructed to write
the comptroller and recommend that
Mrs. W. .H. Harrison be allowed to
redeem two acres at Citra from tax
sales without interest. v
Commissioner Carmichael arrived
and took his seat "with the board.
Petition to straw road beginning
at Orange avenue and run e and w
on quarter sec line of sec 9 tp 17 3
22. e quarter mile and same line on
sec lu to il7 a t 2.2 e smarter mile
and on sec line between sees 14 and
lo one-eighth mile, was referred to
Commissioner Davis and the countv
engineer with power to act.
It was ordered that the clerk write
the comptroller and recommend that
Morris Solomon tbe allowed to redeem
part of lot 1 E. C. Smiths add to
Ocala, sold June, 1907, certificate
Xo. 797, at a valuation of $80.
The clerk was "directed to notify
the county judge and justice of the
peace district Xo. 1, not to employ
prosecuting attorneys in their courts.
Count y demonstration agent sub
mitted his report for October which
The 'board ordered that the Saw Sawdust
dust Sawdust Pond and Fairfield road he open
ed, Commissioners Watkins, Luffman
and Davis voting aye and Commis
sioner Henderson voting nay- on said
motion. A tie vote iresulting on mo motion
tion motion to open the Goin and (Redding
road, (Mr. avis withdrew his motion
and (Mr. Watkins his -second, and the
board referred the -matter of accept accepting
ing accepting the Teport of the commissioners
and all -matters in relation to sai
road to the county attorney to be re reported
ported reported on by 'him at the next regular
meeting of the board.
The Cove Company applying for
perimssion to construct a dam across
the Withlacoochee Tiver at Stoke's
Ferry, and all of the requirements o
24; district Xo. 26.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert filed
his reports of poll taxes collected and
licenses issued during the month of
October, wiiich were filed;
; John P. Galloway, sheriff, filed his
report to the stale auditorwhich wall
All 'bills audited and approved
were ordered paid.
There ibeing no further' business,
the iboard adjourned to meet tDecem tDecem-ber
ber tDecem-ber 8th, 1 9(1-4. 1 v
C. Carmichael, Chairman.
P. H Xugent, Clerk.
Hatred of the Nations for One
This European war was born of the
hatred caused 'by earlier warfare
it will engender other wars between
the same nations in the future. The
sons yet unborn will carry this hatred
n their blood to blaze into warfare
when the spark is touched by Kings V
or. statesmen who are yet in infancy.
It's bad blood that makes your liv
er sluggish and the same bad blood
causes your stomach muscles to loe
their elasticity and become flabby and
weak and that means indigestion.
Dr. Pierce's Golden iMedical Dis
covery, purely vegetable and free
from alcohol or narcotics, is not a S3 S3-cret
cret S3-cret remedy for all its ingredients are
printed on the wrapper.
Take it as directed and it will
search out impure and poisonous mat
ter in the stomach, liver, bowels and
kidneys and drive it from the system
through the natural channels.
It will penetrate into the joints and
muscles, and dissolve the poisonous
accumulatidns. It will replace all the
bad blood it drives out, with rich.
pure blood full of vital force. It will
furnish you with the kind of blood
that increases energy and ambition,
that puts the entire body in such per
fect physical condition that brain or
muscles know no fatigue.
ilt will clear the skin; eczema,
pimples, rash, blotches will dry up
and disappear; boils, carbuncles and
other evidences of tainted blood will
pass away never to appear again.
Oet iDr. Pierce's Golden iMedical
Discovery at any medicine dealer to
day, in either liquid -or tablet form
as you prefer. It's the one, great
blood -maker and purifier that ail
weak or run down people ought to
start to use at once. If you want
good blood, good health and clear
skin, get a supply today.
November Joe Trap:
fpREATER than Sher Sher-lock
lock Sher-lock Holmes is No November
vember November Joe, the hero of our
HEAH) about how he
solved the mysterious murder
at Big Tree Portage.
UJLABi about the seven
lumberjacks and the trapping
of, the lone highwayman who
UEAB 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
: -story inM appsaF ie lis 'Eteoir
m i i i t f i ill .i i t t it
UY A BALE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to, all credl
tors, legatees, distributees, and all
other (persons having claims or de
mands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned wish wish-in
in wish-in two years from this date, to-wit:
This 23rd day of October, A. D, 1914.
. F. P. Gad son,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Codr. deceased. 10-28-wed
I do not say, (because cotton is not
my ibushress, but I lo call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac
co "Chewer, who 'buys a pound of my
El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (wihich equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact, that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco pure, unadulterated, be
ing my own product, the clippings
of my cigar factory cut up and ; the
dust abstracted therefrom, and con-
caining a combination of pure cigar
leaf tobacco that costs as high as
$4 a pound. A trial will convince
you Tbis tobacco 4s put up in 2, 4,
8 and 16 ounce packages.
'; Yours truly,
EL TROPICO OIGAR FACTORY
10-28 t Proprietor.
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Cltrh Tclsphcns Opdrctcr,
thsr fssrds member cf yo
Bear in mind that Chamberlain'
Tablets not only move the bowels,
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
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at any :ionr
C. L. depot
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HIE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1014
Seymour will return Monday hut Odrs.
Seymour 'will remain over for the
feleration convention, returning
heme Friday. 3he will "he accom accom-paniej
paniej accom-paniej by iMrs. L. L. Bow. president
of the Woman's Club at -Homestead,
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
wli :y i'T7
l7! 'T 'kOliv
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
who will fce her guest until after the
The Ei-ht O'clock 'Dancing Club'
The fall gaieties reached the cli climax
max climax last evening when the Eight
O'Clock Dancing Club' gave its in initial
itial initial dance at the Woman's Club.
Since the reent organization of the
club, the event of last evening has
been keenly anticipated by the danc dancing
ing dancing society contingent and if the first
dance is- Indicative of the pleasures
to come, the club history -will be a
repetition of fortnightly events,
characterized by unalloyed pleasure.
The (Woman's -Club has an elegant
floor and with entrancing music sup supplied
plied supplied by the Temple orchestra, and a
night conducive to dancing, the six sixteen
teen sixteen numbers and four extras were
paily danced by the merry crowd.
Punch was served during the eve evening
ning evening and those not dancing found
auction a fascinating diversion, the
card tahles being placed In the tea
Those 'present were iMr. and JMrs.
James Taylor, iMr. and IMrs." C. H.
X16yd, (Mr. and Mrs. Clarence" Camp,
iMr. and iMrs. William. Hocker. iMr.
and IMrs. Frederick Hocker iMr. and
Mrs. J. iH. Taylor, (Mr. and IMrs. C.
L. Anderson, Dr. and iMrs.-.H. C.
Iozier, fMr. and 'airs. J. B. (HorreH,
(Mr. and Mrs. iR. S. Hall, Mr. and iMrs.
IL C. Camp, Mr. and IMrs. T.'CF. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, cMr. and iMrs. D. "S. Wood row,
Blisses Alice -Bullock, Rosebud Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, (Mary Burford, Tommy Stand Stand-ley,
ley, Stand-ley, Jtuby Glssendaner, Clara John John-;son,
;son, John-;son, Zolma Rizer, (Martha Kate Rentz,
TElhel IHaycraft, iDorothy and (Marion
uoug, uiuarea -uroman, uiarguenie
Porter, ;MamIe Taylor, Dlessrs. Phil
Robinson, J. D. McDonald, IM.C Iz Iz-3ar,
3ar, Iz-3ar, Whitfield Palmer, 'Norton Davis,
Holmes Walters, .Tom Pasteur, Clar Clar-ence
ence Clar-ence 3Ieffert, J. Hi Walters, W. D.
'Taylor, R. L. 'Anderson, J.w. B.
Gallagher, S. L. iMathews, John Cha Cha-zaV'W".
zaV'W". Cha-zaV'W". I. Evans,' M. L. IMershon and
UJ. itJ. iowse.
"IMrs. Lila IMartin iMunroe of iAshe iAshe-ville,
ville, iAshe-ville, N. C, arrived the first of the
-iwWk for, an extended visit to her
parents, Col. and !Mrs. John M. IMar IMar-tiii.
tiii. IMar-tiii. IMtsj iE. L. Carney is expected
home tonightf rom-SaraimahT wtiere
she represented Dickison Chapter at
"the general convention of the Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy. iMrs. Carney
visited her sister, IMrs. W. iMoore
kHX;.i aim was uu aiieuuuui a.L cue
many 'beautiful social affairs given
lor the Daughters.
The host of friends of (Miss Caro Caroline
line Caroline Harriss will 'be pained to learn
ths;t on account of her eyes, ;she has
"had to leave college and is now in
Atlanta under tfhe care of .Dr. Cal Cal-Tioin.
Tioin. Cal-Tioin. iMiss (Harriss' trouble is very
serious and iDr. Calhoun gives th-3
family very little encouragement.
'.Miss Harriss is expected heme with within
in within a fortnight, but will have to re return
turn return to -Atlanta after Christmas.
U. D. C. .Meeting
Dickison' Chapter, U. D. C, met in
regular business session yesterday
afternoon at the home of-Mrs. D. M.
Smith, with twenty members in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. Reports of the recent state meet meeting
ing meeting in Uvissimmee -were heard from
'Mrs... A. Y. Strunk and Mrs. D. E. iMc iMc-Iver,
Iver, iMc-Iver, the latter In detail telling of the
three days convention in a most in interesting
teresting interesting manner.
iMrs. Charles iFlippen .and (Mrs. R.
R. Carroll were appointed a visiting
committee for the month. tMrs. J. R.
iMoorhead and iMiss Josie Williams
were asked to consult stone cutters
in view of getting ;the graves ofrvet-
erans, 'buried n the old cemetery,
marked. IMrs. J." C. Caldwell, direc director
tor director of the C. of C, discouraged over
the small attendance at recent meet
ings and the lack of interest on tha
part of the menibers, solicited the
hearty cooperation of the chapter.
Concluding the .meeting, Airs.
Caldwell Invited -the dhapter to meet
with her next month, afteT 'which ad-
journment was taken and ;Mrs. Smith
assisted .by tMrs. C T. ataughs serv served
ed served her guests to coffee and cake.
Are Home from Europe
Father Bottolaccio and Hiis sisters,
who left Ocala for (France just .be .before
fore .before the war began, Tcturaed home,
safe and well, and jolly as ever, last
evening. The people of Ocala are
very glad to see these cheertul and
excellent people again. In- conse consequence
quence consequence of 'Father .Bottolaccio's re return,
turn, return, the usual services will take
place at St. Phillip's church tomor tomorrow.
Ilrception at tlie Dormitory
From 3 to o o'clock this .afternoon
the doors of the dormitory were
opened wide to receive the general
public, QIrs. D. QI. Roberts, the mat matron,'
ron,' matron,' arranging the reception espe-
cially that the public might insiiect
personally the building s.nd see how
the Institution is conducted.
On. account of the inclement
weather, the attendance was not as
large as it otherwise would have
been, but those who did fbrave the
weather, were fully repaid for all
inconveniences. The transformation
or the old school building into a
comfortable, commodious' and airy
dormitory is a revelation, and evok
ed only favorable comment 'from the
callers, who were also Joud in their
praise of IMrs.. Robertsand her mode
.In the front hall,'Supt. J. H. Brtn-
son, Prof. Cassels, (Mr. W. D. Carn
and other members of the school
aboard extended a cordiiil welcome to
all. The large south -room, on the
first floor hy the practical arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of chairs, tables and rugs with
a number of potted plants, 3ias .been
converted into a mo3t attract! v-3
study 'hall, and in there iMrs. iRpb iRpb-eVts
eVts iRpb-eVts received. iMrs. Minnie Bailey
Heed, iMrs. C. V. iRoberts, 51 rs. Jloy
IBowers.and IMrs. (Frank Henderly as assisted
sisted assisted In showing the callers thru
the (building.' V
(Former recitation rooms have
ibeen transformied into ibed and tbath
rooms an'd the main fitudy halls on
the second floor and the "west end of
the first floor contain anany toed
rooms, all with excellent ventilation,
neat furniture, comfortable beds and
plenty of natural light. The walls
are prettily tinted and lend admira
bly to the general attractiveness of
the interior. The monthly rate 13
very small and IMrs. Roberts is de desirous
sirous desirous of having all of the rooms oc-
i-resDytenan am social cupied at an early date
The regular monthly social given The board of trustees Is particu-
by the Ladies' Aid Society of the larly fortunate in securing iMrs. Rob-
PTesbj-terian church will be' held' erts to take charge of the house, for
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Monday afternoon, November 16, he is a good business manager and
from 3:30 to 5:30, at the home ofjlby -her gracious manner readily
Mrs. George jMacKay.' Ail friends of makes friends.
the chuffch are cordially invited. During the last hour, sSMJss Mary
" Connor and (Miss jLIllie galley ren-
Eastern Star Sewing Circle Idered on the piano and vlplin an en
Th, vRiatprt, Rtr ewincircle wi'll JoyaMe musical program. Pmnch was
, TT. , o. oa served in the study hall and in the
meet. Wednesday afternoon at 6.60 x
o'clock at Yonge's hall.
rF till fill.
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THis lin more extencive c
than ever "before.vyThe -Quality :of
brand needs,, no,, com
ds" tlie "stanza
m in JlL wwii" is
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3arge dining room coffee, tea and
sandwiches was served toy Misses
The W. C. T. 'U. realized $50 for PixanIa Roberts. (Irene Henderly and
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its oyster luncn,, supper uu .u.vxy
sales at the armory yesterday.
has a nigjit run .on 37 and 38
4 ifrvm Ptnrnpttl T.n.kf tr St.. Pftters-
Rev. iRoy B. Bowers and family j
Mr. W. V. Wheeler was a visitor i .0 L
yesterday, motoring in .from Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton with a party of friends.
Mr. andft Mts. B. H. -Seymour left
this afternoon for ."Lakeland. Mr.
A bahy girLwas born at '2:30
o'clock this aftenopn to Vi. and Mrs.
at the dormitory, will move on theV 1 :
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I cala Baptist Cijurcft
BUXYAX STEPHENS, Pastor
"Put on therefore, as God's elect, holy and beloved, a heart
of eompas'slon, kindness, lowliness, meekness, long-suffering, for forbearing
bearing forbearing me another, and forg-iving each other." Jolossians, 3-12-13.
OFFICERS, OP THE CHURCH
D tans J. I Edwards, f Chairman; W. D. Cam, Treasurer;
t VT. T. Gary, Clerk; Isaac Stevens, M. T. W. Christian,
"W. S. Bullock, Lu P. Ballard, J. W. Akin, S. H. Christian,
'W. H. Marsh and Frank' Gates.
first into a cottage near the primary
school. V :
'Mrs. (Harvey Clark and daughter,
(Frances 'have returned from Chicago,
Where they visited their sister and
aunt, 'Mrs. !L. A. Shepherd for six
Mrs. IM. C. Juhan came in from
S Crystal (River yesterday for a visit to
IMrs. H. S. Clarkson.
Qliss fFa-nny Clark is enjoying a
week-end visit to, relatives at Sparr.
(Mr. and IMrs. Troy ilall of, Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood were guests of Mr. and'EMrs.
.H. S. Hall last -night. This was Mr.
iHall's first visit to his former home
since his marriage and 'he was ikept
busy receiving the congratulations
of f riends.
Mr. lleo'n Pishel returned, today
from a business trip of several days
to Center iHill.
and iMrs. E. O. Guerrant
Wilmore. Ky... pleasantly known in!
Ocala, have arrived at Umatilla fori
their thirty-fifth consecutive winter.
MORNING 11 O'CIiOCK
DOXOLOGY Old Hundred:
H YMiX No. 502, "How iFirm a FoundaUon."
'SORIPTURE DESSOX John 10:1-10.
HYiMiN Xo. 397, "From iEvery Stormy Wind."
SERMON "I (Am the Door." i
lENtVITATION, Xo. 364, "I 'Xeed Thee Every Hour.'
(BEX EDICT I OX.
EVENING -7:30 O'CLOCK
OPENING HYMX Xo. 325, "Come, Thou Almighty King :
SONG No. 362, "Yield Not to Temptation."
SOX'G No. 215, "Onward Christian Soldiers."
SONG sNo. 3 58, "A Great Day Coming."
INVITATION No. 118, A11 the Way iMy Savior Leadeth."
CLOSING HYMN iNo. 206, "Now the 'Day Is Over."
s "Salvation Is by grace, not by works, nor by -water works."
5 "You cannot make a tree grow by pulling at its top." Mc Mc-Connll.
Connll. Mc-Connll. "When a man loses his evangelistic faith he loses his co.ni-
t mission. "Love.
:H The business of the church is to introduce men to Christ,
iff "Christian Science Is on the back trail and Roman Catholic-
ism H in the wilderness." Love.
DIrs. B. J. 'Potter of Jaeksonville is
in the city for an indefinite visit to
her daughter, (Mrs. H. A. Water-
DIrs. CE. C. 'Hood, after a brief visit
to Dr. and IMrs- J. W. .Hood, has re returned
turned returned to her home at Leesburg,
Oliss (Esther Ley formerly of Ocala,
is a member of the rMulberry school
faculty this winter, (having charge of
one of the primary grades.
1 CMiss Lois Dame has gone to
Gainesville, Ga., to enter Brenau Col
lege. She .was accompanied by her
father, Qlr. C. H. Dame, w;ho will re
turn as soon as he enrolls his daugh
ter. y: -V'-V
.'Mr. Charlie Fishel will spend Sun
day with 'his parents, coming up from
Wrldwood, where 5ie is managing the
'branch store recently opened there
SI (by iM. 'Fishel & Sons. V
Mrs. J. D. Rooney went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to visit
her brother, Mr. Homer C. Cleghorii,
who is quite ill.
airs. A. D. Boring and two child
ren of Lakeland,! passed tnrouga
Ocala today on taeir way to High
Springs, where tlsey will be for the
next few months. I IMr. Boring, is one
The county Judge nas
marriage license for (Mr. J. (L. C.
(Richardson, an timable young bus-
irings, and IMiss
R-uby Johnson, one of Reddlck's
most charming young, ladles. The
Star understands that the wedding
ill take 'place on Thanksgiving day.
nE SIDE STEPPED
I I i
mH 7E have just to our Lusincc::, a lar
" w v and complete lines oftLs b zzi I:npv;n mal:c3
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizzs and for
. all rims. The goods arc or the very -newest rubber
and fabric, and who,; buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are ettinrl the frcrli-
est fjoods obtainable. Via sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to cdve you money.
J J fa n
On being asked hy his brother phy
sicians to help measure babies at the
baby show,;one humorous member of
the (Marion County Medical 'Associa
tion answered in the following
Daily are battles lost or -won
And men are slain for loot or. lust,
But let me be, I'll set in the sun
And trace my dreams in the sleep sleeping
ing sleeping dust.
Heroes and corpses are made amain.
Of those who tempt and try their
While those who run may come again,
Cr so I believe at any rate.
Now the dove is the iinest sbird for
I dearly love the sheen of her
Her color and likewise her sym symmetry
metry symmetry And to hunt up trouble just gets
Xo lion I, .with lordly tread, -Ranging
around a seeking my foes.
All I ask is, consider me dead
When it comes to judging a baby's
PHETTY AVIXDOW DISPLAY
See the pretty window display of
-ench Tbilet ware at A. E. Burnett,
ie jeweler. 11-7-tf-dly
room a:o batii roi
JlOLliAR ATJD i A ";;.1IALP
&0 mm "imfc
Completely Renovated and NevManagem
- v ' NOW-OPEN.
Room ITitliout Dath 01.00 4
Running W ater inlE very. Room in the Houl j
LKCCTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE IlIOXi:S IX ALIK0O?.IS
: iLiiJIlS:.R!o .. liiDrJ
ROOM AND B.VTH FOR A DOLLAR AXP A
JAW1ES AUSTIN IYIORTL
Civil and' Architectural Engineer
Pliin;. Snrifirntinn. Rsti mates. SuoerintcndcnCC
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 ; Ocala, Florid:
of the A. C. L's. competent engineers
(Music at the iMurray Company. 3t.
THE OCA LA EVENING ETATL, SATTTRDAY, NOVEMBER 14. 1014
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
Stale, CouriSy and Cily Depository.
25-ivbir Seeomtil Besfl--8
' Poem of not more than forty lines Written on
"THE O L D FASH ION GAR DE N"
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-'
mlums to apply- as first payment on one of those $100 lots in 'Ma 'Marion
rion 'Marion Heights. Remember, I am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the purchasers of, these lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December 1st, 1914. Judges will be-named later.
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: bkidlHLilun(Si UioiEIi bu.
:: Crystal River, Fla. ::
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. .. : Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect Can
care for orders both large and
small. '? ..
Salt Water Fish in any quantity:
For further information address
o 1 1 1 1
S OYSTER CO. ii
Crystal River, Fla.
Choice of; 5' TouifSsS Tratos
"DIXIE .FLYER"- "DIXIE UIITED' "SE3IINGLE LIMITED"
"SOUTH ATIiAXTIC LEVITTED "-MONTGOMERY ROUTE":
Pullman can from Chicago; St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
Intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBS ERVATIOX CARS
- : VIA
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
' A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
,138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla,
HE: COLONIAL HOTI
Now Open to the Public
A Handsome, Airy. Well Furnished Rooms. Everthing New and First A
X' Class.. ROOITS Y
S0c5 75c audi 81
Special prices by the Week Dining Room in Connection
NORTH MAGNOLIA STREET
The Management of BU. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Etliical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
151 G REAL ESTATE BUSINESS
Louis R. Chazal & Hons Will Improve
Marion County Lands
' 'Having received its charter the
Louis Ii. Chazal & Sons Company
was organized today. The new coni coni-pany
pany coni-pany v.-il do a real estate business,
-.vill farm, and proposes to form
sooner or later several subsidiary
The officers of the .new "company
are: Louis R. .Chazal, president;
Louis 11. Chazal, vice president;
Charles P. Chazal, vice president, and
John P.: Chazal, secretary and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. The offices o?- the company
will be in the illolder building.
The high character and enterprise
of the gentlemen composing the com company'
pany' company' make it certain that they will
put a great deal of public spirit into
their business, 1 and be constantly on
the lookout -for the general improve improvement
ment improvement of the town and section as well
as make ononey for themselves.
BUSINESS MEN'S CLASS
IS STEADILY GROWING
DR. WEAVER WILL
SPEAK AT LAKELAND
Last Sunday's attendance at the
business men's class in the Methodist
Sunday school -demonstrated to those
in charge that the quarters provided
for them on the -west side of the main
building are entirely too small.
President Tompkins -has ibeen .very
busy during the past week arranging
for the accommodation of a s-:ill
larger crowd tomorrow, and the an annex
nex annex -will now hold double its former
.This class Is ero wins each week
and unless aH signs fall the lieuten lieutenants
ants lieutenants of President Tompkinsftlessrs.
L. W. Duval and J. P. Phillips, vdll
have a hundred enrollment by the
first of the coming year;
, The enthusiasm displayed by all
the member;? in getting recruits
would do justice to a bunch of polit
ical ward heelers, as they are 'leav 'leaving
ing 'leaving nothing undone, that will niake
the class -what they started out to ac
complish one hundred strong.
Dr. R. T. Weaver, chairman of the
finance committee and fMr. J. D.
iRooney, chairman of the Florida Veg Vegetable
etable Vegetable (Marketing Bureau, -will go to
Lakeland and address the growcirs of
that section en the 20th and 21st,
on the advantages of the organiza organization.
tion. organization. .The meeting there will tf3 well
ad-vprtised and a larse attendance is
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OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
Mrs. W. X. IHolshouse,, Blowing
iRock, DC. C; S. A. ush, Qlonltrie,
Ga.; E. Dryfous, New York, N. Y.;
tA. B. Keefe, Boardman, Fla.;1 (A. S.
Dyer Cheraw, S. C; airs, aiaria Oyer
Cheraw, S. Q.; J. O. Hier, iNew York;
X. Y.: MrsiW. ai. (Lowrle, Floral
City; A. IB. Ware, Atlanta; S. S
lathews, Jasper, Fla.; IM. Hanghton,
city; E. -H. 'Wilson, Jacksonville;
Henry (Abrahams, Tampa; W. x E.
Dobbins, Baltimore, IMd.; A. IE. Pet'z,
COAST LINE SCHEDULES
. A dispatch from IBoston has the
following regarding George B. Per
kins, the man who shot tF. W. R.
iHinman. Ibusiness manaeer of the
Times-Union, on t ho steamer IMohawk
on the night of the1 1th:
George Batchelor Perkins jleft 'here
(Monday sfor 'New York, (bound -for a
tarpon fishing trip In Southern wa waters.
ters. waters. He had complained recently of
sleeplessness and -was forced to take
an opiate to remedy this complaint;
according to Herbert Holton,. his
'brother-in-law, at whose summer
home in Swampscott he had heen
Mr. iHolton said at times Perkins
had shown what might 'be considered
indications of (mental derangement.
"These little things were laid to an
artistic temperament and they nev never
er never seemed at all serious," said iMr.
'Holton. Perkins never carried a
revolver according to his brother-in-law,
who said he was-'sure he did not
have one during the time Tie stayed in
. Perkins was graduated from the
(Massachusetts Institute of Technol Technology
ogy Technology a3 an architect and gained
wealth and fame as an interior dec
orator and designer. His work is to
be found in many tplaces throughout
the country. He 'had traveled much
in recent' years, having gone around
the world twice. He had planned to
spend this 'winter in the West Indie
and in South America. .He is 43
years old and nnmarried.
-The hright young men in the Coast
Line ticket office inform the Star
that it was in error in some of the
remarks it (inade yesterday on same
of the changes to he .made tomorrow
and (Monday in the schedules of that
The train from Palatka will leave
that town at ;5:50 a. m., and Trill ar-
Lrive at Ooala at 8:50. On the return,
it will ilea v Ocala at 6:10 p. ia.. and
arrive in Palatka at 9:120.
.The irain going east from Gaines Gaines-vllie
vllie Gaines-vllie in the morning nwill connect with
Co. 10 which 'leaves Ocala at 5:05,
at Rochelle for Palatka; and the
same train, returning in the evening,
iwill connect at the same place "with
No. 9 for Ooala. This schedule -will
give Ocala a double daily train to Pa Palatka
latka Palatka and all points .between and Ss
as good as can (be desired.
(In regard to the dlomosassa trail,
the Star was misinformed. This train
will leave iHomosassa Eit 8:30 a. m.,
and will not arrive in Ocail i untll
1 : 03 p. an. (Four (hours and piHy
five .minutes for fifty miles. It will
Jcve Ocala at it3 usual ,tine and
reach iHomosassa at 6:20.
These trains will not run on Sun Sundays.
The Homosassa Trains
', The changes on this division will
'be made tomorrow.
dt seems to the Star that the Coast
Line might arrange the schedule of
this train with a little more regard
for the' convenience v of people down
that" way, ;who coming to Ocala will
not only nave hut an hour and twen twenty
ty twenty minutes to attend to business in,
but can't make connection with the
Seaboard 'for points north and south
on that iline. The train of course has
to make connection with the main
line trains at Juliette, (but if it arriv
ed in Ocala at, its present time of
12:50, and was allowed to stay in
town, on the sidetrack until: No. 39
passed south, instead of going out to
the junction, it would give the eo eo-ple
ple eo-ple more time to attend to business
and not cost the road any .more. The
new schedule will "seriously incon
venience everybody from iHomosassa
who 'had to do any trading or make
connections in Ocala. One train a
day would (be enough if it was run on
a 'better schedule.
Will buy at Frank's for the ne
10 days :
15 yards, soft
full yard wide,
finish cambric, a
a real 10c yard
25 yards, unbleached Sea Island
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 house. 11-6-tf
light weight, 28 inches
14 yards, Bleached Sheeting,
finish, yard-wide, a real 10
value. ; I V
18 yards, Unbleached Sheeting
a full yard- wide, a very ood value.
. 1 5 yards, unbleached sheeting.
very heavy, fine count,
10 cent value. :
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RIG CONTRIBUTION 1 ;
FOR THE BELGIANS
W. L. COLBERT, TAX COLLECTOR
In Account 'with Marion County
County Scliool Fund
Uncollected . ........ $35,151.17
County I'roier Fund
County Road Fund
County Building Fund
Uncollected .. 2,918.00
Special Indebtedness Fund
Uncollected .. 21,090.71
Special Road District No. 1 Fund
State of Florida,
I, P. H. Nugent, clerk circuit court,
hereby certify that the above is a
true and correct statement of the
collector's accourt with Marion
county and the sub-school districts,
as the saine appears upon the books
in my office.
Witness my hand and official seal
(this 1st dav of November, 1914.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Not a Dollar Too Much Caii be Given
to the Starving Nation
(London, Nov. 14. The .American
commission for Belgian relief has re
ceived a check for $3,000,000. the
contribution of prominent Belgian?.
In a statement expressing its thanks,
the commission said 'all of this
amount would 'be needed for .trans .transportation
portation .transportation of foodstuffs for the next
three months into Belgium.
"This substantial sum," said the
statement, "is a most convincing evi evidence
dence evidence of the desire of the Belgians
themselves to assist to the fullest ex extent.
tent. extent. The contribution also empha emphasizes
sizes emphasizes the urgency of the situation. It
must be borne in mind that foodstuffs
to the value of about $4,000,000
"monthly must be secured for seven
or eight -months. Of this amount
$1,000,000 monthly will be required
for the expense of transport."
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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 cher
for them fry Mrs. Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It ried every every-things
things every-things that I heard of to -get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain'. Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a bottle of them, did 1
find the right treatment. I soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few 'bottles of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
Pennans and pillow
styles, at KREGBR'S.
COLUMBIA GHA'PiH OBH ONE3.
MANIC ORE SETS, all combinations. t i
ROGERS "l-S'47" iWorld wide "reputation.
.MANTEL CLOCKS, dresser and traveling clocks.
STERLING SILVERWARE, Edgewood, Shirley, etc. . ;
SHJV:DR (deposit) GLASSWARE,' must; be seen to be appre-
COMMUNITY SILVER, the .beautiful
"Sheraton," Exeter," etc.
SERVING TRAfS, in the -beautiful Circassian, Walnut, Fum Fumed
ed Fumed Oak, Mahogany and iMissLon.
Best Line of CUT GLASS in
The City of Ocala.
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Star Want Ads. Bring Results
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THE OCAIA EVEMXO STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914
DOINGS OF THE VASXT OONS
NCVJ VAN .THAT 10U
ARE. KVNNtNt; FOR TH
rREAT OFFICE. I WANT
HOW To cZMPAtCW. Yeun.
HOW YCO WANT
TO TFO-t- THE PCOPLK.
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ciation pronunciation of jujuttu. What is uhite coa&
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V Dollar Saved
Is A Dollar Made
So buy your groceries from the
OCAIiA GROCERY COMPANY;
and save money.
Every little hit lielps. Full weight
and masure guaranteed
1 rwund Bliss Coffee.
.3 pounds best Rice.
1 qt good Florida Syrup.
1 bottle good Fla Syrup.
Irish potatoes per pk . .
BACON per pound
5 gallons oil
Everything cheap' for cash.
Ceala Cash Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
"Go Eforffli by Sea"
Herchants & Uinersl Trans Co.
New Steamers. .Low Fares. Bes
eervice. Wireless telegraph on al
steamers. Through fares and ticketf
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made cn all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and bettei
work for the money than any other
-contractor in the city.
All but God is changing day by day.
Cr.arlro Kings ley.
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Miniature Thanksgiving Dinner.
Those who think themselves unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate because the apartment they call
home Is so small that a Thanksgiving
dinner in an impossibility should not
One bride who had but two rooms
gave successful Thanksgiving din dinner
ner dinner In her apartment last year. The
gas stove of two burners, with a one
burner oven, sat on a cretonne cover covered
ed covered shoe box in front of a 'window.
The ventilation was perfect. The bride
gave much thought to see how each
dish could be prepared with the least
amount of work and time.
-She bought a baby turkey a wee six
pound one and stuffed It as mother
used to do. Mincemeat tarts were bak baked
ed baked at the same, time, potatoes and peas
were cooked in a double boiler, cran cranberry
berry cranberry jelly she made the day before
and, in fact, the turkey was stuffed
and partly roasted the day; before,
for Thanksgiving .afternoon this wise
young bride had planned to spend at
a football game.
When she Returned she donned an
attractive cover all apron, and in three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of an hour. when her guests
arrived, the table was set, the oyster
cocktails were in place and the dinner
ready to serve. Needless to say; the
bridegroom was av Very proud and
The Thanksgiving Table.
Thanksgiving is so essentially -the
hostess and housewife's day, when it
is her privilege to gather around her
hospitable board both guests and rela relatives,
tives, relatives, that especial effort should be
taken to have the dinner as nearly
perfect as possible. Chrysanthemums,
which are now at their best, with their
vivid colorings, seem especially "adapt "adapted
ed "adapted to the Thanksgiving table, and If
the dinner is served after dusk or the
day proves dark and lowering light
the table with candles shaded by red
and orange shades, to match the col
oring of the floral decorations.
A fruit centerpiece is also in excel excellent
lent excellent taste as embodying the very spir
it of Thanksgiving, and for this noth
ing can be better than a large yellow
pumpkin that has been carefully hol
lowed out and filled" with apples, rus
set oranges, a lordly pine and clusters
of luscious hothouse or Malaga grapes.
Place also upon the table, which has
been covered with a damask cloth laid
over the heavy "silence cloth. relish
dishes and compotiers holding crisp,
shredded celery, stuffed olives, salted
nuts and homemade candy, while name
cards, tucked into each napkin, may
take the form, of tiny pumpkins, de demure
mure demure Quaker maidens or plnmp tur turkeys,
keys, turkeys, sketched either in India ink or
s The Thanksgiving Turkey.
Select a turkey weighing not over
ten or twelve pounds. If for a large
family it Is better to have two ten ten-pound
pound ten-pound turkeys than a very large one.'
Have the fowl drawn and. If possible,
the tendons drawn from the legs.
Singe, cut neck close to body, remove
plnfea there and thoroughly senrb the
bird inside and out, being careful that
It does not stay In the water.
Wipe well and stuff, then truss and
put in a roasting pan. breast down.
Sprinkle with flour and salt and place
in a hot oven.
Baste every fifteen minutes the first
hour of roasting. using butter and hot
water. After turning the bird over on
its back cover the breast with butter
If a crust Is desired cream together
butter and flour, using twice as much
butter as flour. A ten pound turkey
needs three hours to cook, and more
time will not hurt IL
The heart, liver and gizzard should
be cooked in water until the last is
tender. The neck may be cooked with
them, and this stock Is excellent for
gravy, to which these parts, chopped,
may be added.
One quart of oysters will be re required
quired required for an ordinary sized turkey.
Grate Into a mixing bowl four large
cupfuls of breadcrumbs, add a heap heaping
ing heaping teaspoonful of salt, a saltspoonful
of celery wilt, a pinch of powdered
mace, the drained oysters lelther chop
ped or wholet. a saltspoonful of white!
pepier. one tablespoon ful of chopjed
parsley, one tablespoonful of melted
butter and .half a teacunful each of
sherry afaa tHe oyster liquor. Mix the
Ingredients thoroughly before using.
Thoroughly wash the giblets and
boll In enough water until tender. Run
through food chopper; moisten three
tablespoonfuls of flour with cold water
to form a smooth paste. When gravy,
which has formed in the pan, is ready
to be made, skim off any superfluous
fat Stir in the dissolved flour and
let simmer, until thickened. Drain
through a strainer, add the chopped
giblets, season to taste and serve very
hot : : -;;'-.y
Too, Much Butter.
An ounce a day of butter is a very
suitable allowance for a person who
has not much fat of other kinds, but
there is no need for butter with Jam
or marmalade or bacon or fried food or
with cheese and biscuits after a good
dinner. A crust of dry bread that
needs chewing is a better finale for
both teeth and digestion. ?
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any ease of catarrh that
cannot foe 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 sbusiness transactions and fi
nancially a-fole to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made' -by .'his firm.
National Bank of Commerce.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent 'free
Price 75 cents 'per (bottle. Sold by
all druggists,.: Take ;4 Hall's 'Famjly
Pills for constipation. ad" 4
Ball Covers Sewed by Hand.
So far no machine has been found
to give, satisfaction in sewing the cov covers
ers covers on baseballs. Hundreds of thous thousands
ands thousands of balls are used every year, and
they are all hand sewed. A man
working his best can not finish mpre
than three dozen a day.
REAIiliY DOES RELIEVE
EverySbody who is .afflicted with
rheumatism in any form should by
all imeans keep a botttle xof Sloan's
OUnlment on hand.' The minute yea
feel a ipaln or soreness In a joint(or
muscle, .bathe it with Sloan's (Lini (Liniment.
ment. (Liniment. Do not rub it. Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost: immediately right to
the seat of pain, relieving $he hot,
tender, swollen ifeeling and Snaking
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents'of any dTuggist 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, hut it
does give almost ingtant relief.
Scinfl Us if.
It Beams -Channels,
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Pumps for all
For Road Work at all
Creation of Green Duvetyn
After the Redingote Style, y
FOREST GIIEEN COAT.
The cramped shouldered effect, so
marked in many coats of the last few
years has been noticeably absent in
most coats of the present season.
There is. In fact, a very obvious
breadth of shoulders, due no doubt to
the popularity of the redingote or ki kimono
mono kimono effect: There are, of course,
some set-in sleeves, but the style ten tendency
dency tendency is toward the long shoulder
Illustrated here is a handsome coat
of forest green 1 duvetyn 'made in the
modish redingote style. The body of
the coat is semlfitted, and the skirt has
a decided flare. The wide cuffs are
faced with black velvet. The collar Is
also velvet faced. Large smoked pearl
buttons are used as ornaments and
I rwish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that I4now hae an experience!
sewing machine repair man and 1 f
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to one personally he will
call on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or TegulaUng 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.
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
f We will give to the ladies and
children a cut ont paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 11-6.
During the four days of the Marion-Sumter
Fair we will give 10 per
rcent discount on every purchase
made. Little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf
We always have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Xorris candies.
Court Pharmacy, 2-6t
We will have films for your kodak
at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
Latest novels at The (Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 12-3t.
Don't forget, The 'Murray Company
will have a big line of holiday goods
in time for Christmas. 12-3 1
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To Be Upright in Our Dealings
OUR M1-1T3 UP RIGHT
, lakin- It Easy to
cy::- carit: and consusie tiieji
IflYoaMilS-'TcI Enough oi Cm1' lee'-" '.
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Saturdays Wlzzi ver- Snr.:.gy ;.
"We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helpin.':
to lighten the load on the heaviest ilaycf the week, which Is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this
Comfortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous eervtcc
arid a warm welcbme. Absolutely fireproof; everything
thorougiily modern and up-to-date; prices fair and reasonable.
la tlii Center cl Tfcln
Bank, court houe,.dubt. tore$, poit The new ldic' nd gcntlensen'i Cittleg
oflice and other public buildings re near room cn the top 2oor is unusually p!aaact.
the IlUtsbbro many cf them across the always cool and affording f 3 view ci
atreet or 'just around the corner. Direct the city and auburb. special-attention
street car service to Uaka Station. Hand- 1 paid to parties. Grill room in batemrrt.
, baggage to and fr$m boats and train fres liew chef and new corps of waiters Ctly
f charge. Porters meet all traiaa. the best ol food served in either room.
vTtlle erery cTart. made to?:&e caracf C'ts without rccrvatlans, L tiz?
cccQsasaQ-&tl3ii& csa be tivca VL you Crc? a a few Czya la cTancs.
i' '.!;- v' -'TTTT- T mYfTt f tw'T '' -;"''. T: r
Presi5nt.--..v : i:' -lilrlit r-FLOillSA ,v v ,. y; ? Manager.
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., 1S5TABLISIIE0 1882.
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Firt consideration and especial
v ,7 iTirii fi
Tenuis For 'Rent O
Packing and Storing
COLLIER Ml)., Proprietor
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery,
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attention given to small tracts.
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y beavi:r board
Supericr to PInrt-r
1 or Ceilten In
Quality or Prico
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Pre-eminent In Golf Is Mrs.
H. Arnold Jackson of Coston.
M OVAL i ? i i-
(Airs. E. (Van, .Hood, ;Editor)
Oregon, Washington, Colorado and
iArizona have voted out the JLiquor
The Fight is on in Tampa
Tcie eighty saloons of Hillsborough
I 1 f 5 1
is the name of a live, interesting family newspaper
which will give the news of the county in general and
of the Ocala Bargain House in particular If you have
not received a copy of it, write for one, for ve want
everyone in Marion county to read the good things,- and
the news of the great bargains it will contain. It is
free to you, so ask or write us for it.
T n o
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' Ohip Great tofiFodecfiOEy Sale is still going on.
In fact, we are giving More and Better Bargains than
ever. Some of our competitors and imitators are of offering
fering offering what they call bargains, but we are the origi originators
nators originators or real bargains in Ocala.
We will at all times sell you More goods for same
money and Same goods for Less Money thari any com competitor.
petitor. competitor. "May the Best Values Win Out" is the slo slogan
gan slogan of this store. Come in and enjoy the good things
of our great Sale.
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B. (GOLDMAN,- Proprietor..
WEieire Jake USEeM HJseal to Ee
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BUT it WILL give each and. EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily 3tar- a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at Its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, rill get it book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you. the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Stir Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. ... .. ......... 5 per cent
tf. J. Gcijjlg, Drugs (Postofllce drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
3!vnight St Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc .. 5 per cent
A. E. Biaxnett, Jewelry ............ 5 per cent
E. G. Ris ers, Gents Furnishings ...... . .... ........ 5 per cent
Hayes ii Guynn, Dry Goods: . ,y. . ....... 5 pr cent
Theus-Zjciiry Company, Furniture ..10 per cent
A. M. La isford, Music Dealer-....... . . 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery .. 5 per cent
II. Goldman, "Why Pay More?" . 5 per cent
Little's ihoQ Parlors, Shoes '. .... . .......... 5 per cent
To illustrate how. tha plan will save you money and bring bask the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you dither the Evening -Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is n the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and ha will isar out of your book $1 worth of 'coupons and your bill is paid. Xou have
gotten 'back a dollar of y:ur subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the 'bo;k of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they ?ill give 10 per
cent, discount) ; you, bu:: a bedfor $10- $9 in cash and $1 worth' of coupons squares you at this place.'
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5- $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cssh and a. 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in "mind, 'when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and. get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it ne w, and get s a coupon book. You can send yo ?r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your. address.
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Photo by American Pres3 Asscciatien.
nn.L EL AJ1NOLD JACXSOX.
Every one has beard that Boston
leads in intellect, but that a Boston
vroman should carry away the laurels
from the sportswomen of the entire
country is worth noting. The lady
who achieved this feat is Mrs. H. Ar
nold Jackson, a member of the exclu
sive Oakley Country club near the
Hub. Recently she defeated all con
testants for the .women's national golif
championship at the contest held at
the Nassau Country club. New York,
This Is the second time Mrs. Jackson
has been a national champion. In 1003,
as Miss Kate C. Harley of Fall River,
Mass.. she won tbe title. Five times
she has been a near winner. In the
national tournament at Wheaton in
county must go! The enemy is tho-.
roughly aroused and it will 'be a ter ter-rific
rific ter-rific engagement. 'But' the prohibi prohibitionists
tionists prohibitionists have thoroughly organized
will fight for victory from now on
until the last "ballot is cast.
Trys Win in ICentncky-
Loulsyille, Ky., Nov. 4. a. W."
Beckham, democratic, former govern
or of Kentucky today was elected to
the United .States Senate 'by a major
ity of 30,000. lEight of the eleven
congressmen-elect, together with-Mr.
Beckham; are all rigftt on .the temper temper-ance
ance temper-ance question.
Has Prohibition Failed?
Prohibition has not failed. It is
.That prohibition does prohibit is
proved fly the fabulous sums ithe liq liquor
uor liquor interests are spending in Ohio to
defeat the dry cumentlment. Does
any sane man ibelieve that the twets
woul d spend over $1,000,000. to de defeat
feat defeat (prohibition if it would not pro
Prohibition has .produced good re
sults. On this there Is abundant tes
idovernor 'Hatfield, vi West Vir
The tmore "we see of prohibitiori
and its Tvondenful ; results, the bet
ter we like it. Legitimate ibusiness
enterprises have not -suffered,' -but
thousands of faiiilies have ibeen (made
ihappier, and grocery 'bills, rentsJs
and other necessary items of expendi expenditure
ture expenditure are .being ipaid promptly Jby hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of men who formerly drank
and gambled away their earnings,
while rwives and children iwere left
'by these 'husbands arid fathers with without
out without subsistence.1"
Governor Cruse, of INdrth Carolina:
v "Worth Carolina ihas never known
in all Iher history a (period of great greater
er greater .prosperity than that which she
has passed since prohibition "was
adopted. iReal estate in all the cities
and larger towns has greatly enhanc-
nr.do from '.
y fJ Jy il lit-irn tm mi
Ths Tcpsstry .Mode.
The Millionaire (declining to p;u
chase post impression creation)
Noth'n doln'! AVhy, my maidc;i
a'nt cud darrn a better picture n
For results put your Advertisement in .the Star
1003 she was beaten in tbe semifinal ed in ue and every line of tousi;
round by Mrs. J. A. Carpenter; in 1004,
at Merion. Miss Georgianna M. Bishop
eliminated her in tbe semifinal round,
and in 1011. at Baltusrol. Miss Lillian
B. Hyde was successful against her,
so that altogether Mrs. Jackson's rec record
ord record is considered very good.
Bands of Velvet and Lace and Watches
Mounted In Leather as Bracelets.
When a bracelet of diamonds, in
Itself worth a beleaguered city's war
tax. would call attention only to its
own brilliancyand would therefore
be discarded by tbe fashionable wom woman
an woman of today the bracelet of black vel velvet
vet velvet ribbon, with its quaint jet slides
and buckles. give3 point and character
to the frock with which it is worn worn-One
One worn-One of the very newest things Is the
bracelet of Chantilly lace. It is a nar narrow
row narrow band, about half an inch wide, of
black Chantilly. mounted over white
ur Dlack tulle and clasped with a lit
tie buckle of rhinestones or Jet snugly
bum the wrist.
hantiily bands are also worn about
the throat. They are fitted with slides
t jt or rhinestones. and some of them
n.i rf iouZ Jet pendants to hang in
front. Another touch of black is the
iittle wristband t moire ribbon with
a silVHt hiii-kle. silver rimnied.
Tlie t;mir watch illustrated here Is
so ii!ivenh?nt thnt women shoppers,
tear hers or business women in general
wtl: :ipprKi:ire.: its nsefulness. The
tin gun rnetai watch is set in a brace bracelet
let bracelet of -esither. that may be strapped
pimclv Mhotit the wrist.
Jness ihas .nrosneren..
Governor Cruce of Oklahoma :
w,iPro.hibition 4n this state has re
suited in reduced consumption of in
toxicants, fewer 'homicides and other
rave criminal oifenses has brought
happiness to many aniserable homes,.
has given 'better clothing and more
wHolesome food to 'thousands of wo
men and children of our state.".
"Governor illaines, of Maire:
total of 2 3 3, 1'5 9 people In oui
state have deposits in our 'savings
banks averaging $401;' The -gain in
our. savings bank deposits for the
T?ast 10 years has fbeen about $6, '3 00,
Governor Hodgea of Kansas:
. "A- .(half (million young men and
women in Kansas have never .seen a
saloon; 87 counties have no insane.
54 counties no .feeble-minded, 9G
counties no drunkards, 53 county
jails empty,. -65 counties no prisoners
in the .penitentiary
"No saloons, hut happy (homes, con-:
tented people: no sweat shops, no
child -labor, but fine schools, churches
and good roads Practically. n;
state Indebtedness, and a visible in increase
crease increase of state "wealth every 12
Similar testimony is given by
the governors, judges, lawyers, doc
tors, etc., from other dry states.
Prohibition has 'steadily gaine.I
gr oun d. In the last i2 0 years 1,400
000 people on the average annually
have adopted prohibition.
Of the physical area of this coun country,
try, country, 7-1 .per cent is dry.- OX 2370
counties, 1S00 are dry. Ten states
(have 'voted dry and five, others will
vote this coming .'month.
Prohibition closes down the open
trade of drunkardmaking, reduces
the drink habit of the people, dimin diminishes
ishes diminishes the drink habit of the people,
diminishes the crops of criminals, in insane
sane insane and paupers; cuts down pub public
lic public expenditures for charities. and cor correction
rection correction and the cost of government,
restores and refurnishes neglected
homes, transfers mothers from meni menial
al menial service to home duties; emanci emancipates
pates emancipates children from hard labor to
schools, fills shops with cash custo
mers and gives more employment to
labor. It cannot by any juggling of
truth or logic be said to have failed.
It is a success.
REMARKABLE CURE OF CROU1
"Last "winter hen my little boy
had croup I got him u hottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly ibelfeve 1t saved his life." writs writs-'II
'II writs-'II rs. J.. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "At
cut tbe sphlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most grateful
for what this remedy 'has done for
him." Tor sr.le by all dealers. ad
wm m9m mmm m-'mm 'mm M '
HERE'S ii-better wr.y to-,
build wclb than by uchrt.
lath and plaster.;.1 .; There's a ;
way to cava ths $czt of con-i
tractor's labor, way to cut ca thV thV-cczx
cczx thV-cczx cf material a way to bUId ?
bettermore permanent walls. Thnt -way
is by using: Dader-Doaril
"OADGER-DOARD ii ezz7 to n
ply. Don't wait for plater era 1
do tha work yourself. All tha toola
needed are hammer and saw end al-'
most cnybedy ci.n do an ::pert jcb.
A Bader-Doard wall can be ptm-
ellsd and paintedl vith mzny bcauti;
ful effects. .., r 'Y j
... tupmtt f ft vi lrLf 5Pnlll h -.
........ A w J&flfc ww &MA't& Aw .'".....i"- t,.
, : Lower Cost '
BADGER-DO AHD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter iit keeps the heat in
- thaccii out. Call and ere o cample
- of Badger-Board, and k U3 about f
its many'uteau" ; :
Call on or, 'writ for prlc;:;j
t .end earn plc3
3. McCASKlili, ( i ;
Stato Agent, OCAIjA, IXA
-Path cf ths Mtlizpo.
Several birds make regular paths to
end from their resorts. The so of the the-Antarctic
Antarctic the-Antarctic penguins are noted by r.l
cxplcrcr3 in their region. Very ::o
tlccable are these in ths haunts cf th:?
kakapo, the larso, rcck-dvveilins, t ur-row-nestlns-
ov.Mik3 parrot cf tha
mountains- of Kev Zealand. They
beat dovn regular paths alons tha
epars and ridges where they abound,
0 that a person might be excused tz:
uppoirss they were meant for hULinn
feet It 13 alons these avenues thnt
the birds so to and fro cn their nco nco-turnal
turnal nco-turnal rambles, and they r.::irc!i
they snip off and pcrhap3 eat ever;
protruding epear of grass or vna
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path Is buried In snow the?
etill follow it on the surface and soc:i
beat down a track.
NOTICE OP ELECTION'
Ocala, Florida, Nov. Z, 1914.
. Umler and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned as mayor of
the city of Oeala, a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing under the
laws of the state of Florida, I herebj'
proclaim and Rive notice that a muni-
cipal election for th -city of Ocala is
hereby ca.lle4 and will be hill in the
said -city of Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
. Stb Day of December, A D. 1014
for the purpose of electing: a.
mayor of the said city; ,a.lsc one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
'souneilmen from the second ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of TZ. C IIoMngon; also -one
councilman from third ward; also'
two couneilmen from fourth ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to srve as regular council council-rrian
rrian council-rrian from said ward and one to All 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. Ii. llowse, F. B.
F'.eckham, J. II, Spencer,. Inspectors, and
J. W. Kea, clerk.
Ward No, Two: C. II. Mathews. Isaac
Stevens, C. AT. Livingston, inspectors,
and II. II. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: L. Waroer, I.
Hurst, A. D. Fausett,. inspectors, and J.
II. Tialley, clerk. t rm
" "Ward ;o. Four: E. W. ICrayb;.!!, I.
Ocjle, W U. McConn, Inspectors, and
A". Y. Strunk, clerk. LnnmMr
(Seal) J. U. nOBnRTSON.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: IT. a SISTItUNK, t
City Clerk. 11-e-fri ; J
THE OOiXL EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER lt 1014
APPEAL OF NO AVAIL
Leo Frank' Lost Another Round in
his Battle with the Law
Atlanta, Nov. 14. The eGorgia
supreme court today denied the ap appeal
peal appeal to set aside the verdict convict convicting
ing convicting Xeo Frank of the murder of Mary
Phagan on the constitutional ground
that IFrank was not present When the
verdict was read.
Irnt i i 'A i i.
The agricultural interests of Marion County find complete accommodations for
all financial matters here. This bank is a SERVICE STATION for all. Make
use of it. 4
K. of P. meet !Monday evening;
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening.
CONSUMPTION OF COTTON
'Masons meet Thursday night.
In October Was Only Sixty Thousand!
.Qloose meet Thursday evening.
- Rales Off
. s (t M Sit
I I k i, a ;
Board of Trade meets Wednesday
Marion County Democratic Club
meets Wednesday night.
CLOSING OUT ODD tAiNTJ END
STATIONERY at reduced (prices at
Rev. J. G. Glass returned today
from a business trip to New York. He
was absent twelve days.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash (purchase of 1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday and (Mon (Monday
day (Monday only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t
dir. Charles Goddard went to Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg Jast, night on business connect
ed with his stables.
If you -are contemplating fouildii
see P. J. The us for lumber. Cash
on credit. 12-
There must be lots of folks conn
ing to Ocala this winter. Every
southbound train is crowded.
Half million feet second -hand (lum (lumber,
ber, (lumber, all 'grades, for sale cheap for
cash, or on credit. Apply to P. J.
Theus, Ocala, Fla.-
CNIr. B. B. Keep, one of 'the soli'
citizens or lioanaraan, was in xne ciiy
fert are old side -partners
Prompt attention to all mail or orders.
ders. orders. 'We pay the postage. Bitting
& Knight. ' H-6-tf
Tih'e county judg&-as lssuecTa
marriage iicense tio iauwaru nu&
Smith and Miss Ajies Varina Sher-f
ouse, a young couple of Oklawaha
You will never 'know wnat com
fort, is in finding your papers until
you use a Globe4Wernicko filing cab cabinet.
inet. cabinet. Get one. at The ( Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. V 12-3t
iDr. iR. T. Weaver went to (Mcintosh
this afternoon, to ipush the interests
of the Florida Vegetable Marketing
-Max. Min. R. F.
Nov. 1. ....... .76 51
Nov. 2. ... . .78 .'. 55 ;
Nov. 3. ... .77 53 '. :
'Nov! 4. 80 58 i
Nov. 5.. 80 53
Nov. 6. ... ... ... .79 54 .
Nov. l.l .1. ... :'. 79 54
Nov. 8. ... .79 56
'Nov. 9 ... ... .74 62 .33
Nov. 10.: .... .72 68
Nov. 11 71 46
Nov. 12. 74 61 :
Nov. 13. ..76 56
Rain tonight and probably Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. ;
' Dr. D. GI. Smith returned last
night from Richmond, where fie at attended'
tended' attended' the .meeting of the Southern
Medical Association. The doctor
eays the attendance was large and he
met many old and valued friends.
G. W. Martin came in oft
road yesterday f ora visit to his
cling all around
Ocala and (Mariorj
ays that after trav-
over the southeast,
county look mighty
-Washington, Nov. 14.- The gov
ernment today shows cotton con
sumed during October was 451,941
bales against 511,923 hales last year.
,- i V,
York Imperial, 40 cents per peck.
Winesaps,,50 cents per peck, all this
week at Carn-Thomas Co. 12-3t
good t6 5ilm. IH ftRds imore trouble
he findsin Ocala
er the twar than
The handsome prizes to be given
by" the Board of Trade to -winners in
the boy's' corn, club contests will be
displayed in the show windows -of the
Marion Hardware Co. The company
'will add to the list twith a 'handsome
prize of its own. v
(Remington or TviiiCuetr automat
lc shotguns, special, $27.50. 'Ocala
today. Qlr. Kefnd Mr. J. M. ftleTypawn and iLoan Office. "Why Pay
.leggins, hunting coats, saddle
bags and other hunter's necessities,
at the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
Why Pay (More." 11-7
Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your (prescriptions here.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
lAutos are constantly passing thru
Ocala for points south. s TJiere are
two or three every day, all laden with
-winter visitors, who prefer their own
transport to traveling 'by rail.
A few extra large sizes of hunting
coats. Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
"Why Pay Etfore." 1 1-7-4 1
CMr. F. "B. eckham, who was one
of the Christian churdh delegates to
the state convention at St. Peters-
tmnr, was 'a near witness' of Thurs
day night's lynching, -which took place
In a few blocks of 'his hotel. iHe says
that -when the negro was strung up,
he thought tor a minute a young (bat (battle
tle (battle had broken loose.
v Going It Blind.
t Enver Bey got an idea of the looki
,of:his future bride by means of a pho photograph.
tograph. photograph. This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman Is
free, but which is sometimes very
amazing to the young Turk. He ought
not to see'his bride's face until' he has
actually married her, or zt the very
least until he la betrothed. The young
lady, as Duckett Ferriman points out.
can take a drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's face out of doors. But her
face should remaim veiled from him,
and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance, it
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman
mentions a high official's son who was
mortified at his wedding, to find his
bride a brunette, when he wanted a
BEST COUGH MEDICINE
"Three years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread
fully. Upon the advice of a drug
gist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it 3)ene-j
fited !him at once. I-find Itvhe -best!
cough medicine for children eause
It is 'pleasant to -take. They do not
object taking it," writes airs. La
fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and imay
e given a child as confidently as to
r. adult: Sold by all dealers. ad
! .i; I
4 Hfs.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 'm wit Ji her parents, at 1 bsfore
going baked a large cake, bne knew
hat if she' left the entire, cake wnere
her husband could find it he would
eat It ah in one day, so she cut it into,-
slices ana ma tnem m various epans
of the house.! Each day she writes
her husband; arid in the letter she tells
him where he can find a' piece of the
cake.- Kansas City Star.
We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort ;Kinf Avcnu :
which must be sold within next sixty days--party has to hav the money
Better see us quick. M
We also have, one or two other small propositions in the (ifiico v;hich
priced very low for cash: For particulars call on or write.
I r A ! i U ;A'!;". L.ili: x i
Lost Found, Wanted, 1 For, Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Needs
FOR SAVE Sawed cedar posts, all
Iheart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde. Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax foooks for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
Be euro and .King or send a "cor
rect description of your property
when you come or send for, your, tax
bill or to pay your taxes, By so do 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 1-3-2 m Tax Collector 'Marion Co.
Alsatian Potash Salts.
Kali, or potash salts, in natural do-'.
posits, was discovered In Alsace in
Commercial Bank Block, ca
Slsaplia Street, West, j
ro-t JJox lioc.-l
FOR SAsliE IHomemade, jellies pre- 1904. when deep borings were being
serves, canned fruits, pickles and fi611 ine nocl ftriKing oil. in
catsup. ; airs.. P. H. Cillen,': ;4-f
1909 the first kali minine shaft, .waa
completed in ,: this district! and the
WAOTTED To buy a. second-hand Z":ZZ Vr A Z
instantaneous gas water neater. ml haVG bpe dnVpl0T)pd
Must Sbe in "good condition. Apply work has jj ranidly. Twelvo
ito Box 223, Ocala. ai-7-tf mines are now in ODtralion in this. dis
J?XKIt; tttifclNT-HA furnished room
lor two gentlemen or married cou
ple ; 'electric flights, bath,
Upon Good Ground.
So much as we are quiet and cheer-
rates reasonable. Apply; at 303 N.J ful upon good ground, so much we live
Orange street after 5 p. m. 119-6tand are, as It wero, in heaven.- R.
Glbbes. .'''-Vi-Vv :"."
' f! PI)
t 5 t J
AM now; in business. for myclf.
tail b,ar and rir.il Order IIouc
'lstjand.as,'xnuch as-any-one else,ia" -buiic
.teen years in the business has taught uiq
and, I am, supplying that :want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF- COOD3 AND 'PRICES
ConiLitjtincj a IUh Cla.i3 re re-I
I re-I c :i f;ivo you the best thcro
:j for your money. C2vcn C2vcn-what
what C2vcn-what the publld" wantc,
Good Old 65 Proof
Corn' or pin, in jugs
at per gallon.
Gi lyOId SO Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at -per gallon.. ; '0
Good Old .70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
any order' you
meet tho-prico of r.ny ctx:
lc ut'rrite! hou23.
'All prescriptions tilled at the
Court Pharmacy .by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and "with absolutely fresh
Ybu "ws0& to Ihave
inn Tmoiuin0 home
Germany as n Advertiser.
Germany knows the business value
of an advertisement even when It re refers
fers refers to no particular commodity. Hence
Germany is not at all modest in put putting
ting putting its earth-girdling label "Made is
Germany upon many : a package
manufactured In America. Type Typewriters,
writers, Typewriters, cash registers and other ar articles
ticles articles in which the United States Is so
far ahead no second, can be seen, may
be sent from Philadelphia to Ham Hamburg.
burg. Hamburg. Very often when these articles
reach their destination 2,000 miles
from Hamburg they are neatly tagged
"Made In Germany."
A method for sterilizing milk "with
out heating or adding preservatives la
claimed to have been effectively dem
onstrated recently in Hollard. An ap
paratus has been "cpnstructed, it is
explained, whereby the milk flows, in
a thin stream along an electric light,
the ultra-violet beams working on the
bacteria. The result is attributed to
the quality of the ozone formed under
the influence of the light. -The Argo Argonaut.
naut. Argonaut. v
WAiNTBD Three unfurnished rooms
(by young married ? couple: (Must
be close in and in desirable nelgh-
tborhood. Address care Star, dh
OCALA FRATEni:AL OK
1 Make my place your headquarters .while intho city. You c.IIl
.welcome and be treated right at all timc3 and en every1 trzr
ticn at "Johnny's Place.! v
LOOK (MEN (We will teach the ibar- BIAIUON-DUNN
, (ber trade an d give you. a position
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert wor
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
J. B-MOZIHGO. Watchmaker
All kinds of Jewelry, Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter Sewing Machine and
Grapheme Repairing prompt prompt-executed.
executed. prompt-executed. Prices reasonable.
216 S. Magnolia Street s
NOTICE OP ANIMALS IMPOUNDED
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animal "which 'has
been found running at large within
the corporate 'limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city: One red yearling lieifer,
marked swallow fork in right, hole
in left. ; v
The owner thereof, j or his agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that If the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of tak taking
ing taking and impounding thereof are not
paid within three days trom date
hereof, tenwit: On the 17th day of
'.November, 1914, 1 will sell the same
to the highest and !best -bidder, said
sale to take, place "between the hours
of 11 a. m. and 3 p. on. on said day
at the city pound in Ocala, Fla.
. aiarshal City of Ocala.
This (Nov. 14, 1514. 14-1 1
i"" "ccva in. ouypsi lvya i ,r meets on 1 th ft first and third
(Free. A11 for $30. Terms $15 Tfinrsidav even nf earh imnnth nt
down and $115 in ten days. You 7:30 o clock; until farther notice.
make money while learninff. Write Baxter Cam, W. &1
... I 'Jflirft Prflmn Rvrrrff nrv -Ail
College, S22 W. Bay Street, Jack
sonville, Fla. Wed.4&Sat
OIIDEU OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter. No. 29, 0.,E. S..
FOR 'RENT December 1st, a .four-1 meets at Yonee's hall the second and
room cottage, electric wired, soft fourth Thursday evenings of each
wrater; $ 6 per month. Apply at
1106 S. Orange St. .13-6t
month at -730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secyl
Tulula Lodge Ko. 22,'P. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 oclock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren., J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary;
filr. RiZIand Yrite3 Inlercclbj
Leuer on ims DQDiect. concordta lodge f. u. of a.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
Madison Heights. Va. Mr. Chas. a each month. Geo. L. Taylor F. M.
PrTior f 4h;c nta ,.:.. m t..... Unas. iv. aage. fcecreiar. ao-
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub
les, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
KXIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7 :30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
After taking Black-Draught for a few drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
' CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.
ties and on draft.
" I (TT) 1 r! 1 1 T m?j "V! ;
1 QCiILlj I?ZiCI11Dl'
1 i v
I L J LaftT J . W
-vA Av f w
i i i
m S; f- ': t, v v
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as -your strength and
heaUh depend very largely upon your fourth FriSky ta eve month
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chanter No. 13. R. A. M.. on the
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brojsm, Secretary.
OCAIiA IOBGE XO. '280, B. P. O. E.
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent, relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
fr.Zt Tf rr iil UiC Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
treatment of just such troubles, proves and Protective Order of Elks, meets
ha rail vn&.I T"1 IC 1 T i t 1
ucwi ui meuioru s DiacK- the second ana iourtn Tuesday even-
Draught. Safe, Dleasant. centle in action. Ings in each nv"th. Visiting breth-
and without bad after-effects, it is sure ren always wliCome
to benefit both young an
4 v.AMAf; u j .1 j ODDOSlte Dosiomce, east sius.
fcw uwii.m WUI jruung anu uiu. ror sale I riot-M Q
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
2 K iod.oq.e'
A. .J ' .'! ''ySt'
"TOlllTi m - i -i -f. nrwTiMiiMiiiriiiiiimiMiniiirll I1
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C C.
Chas. Sage, Clerk. Aq
IiOYAD ORI3ER OP JIOUC
Ocala Lodge No. WJ, L. O.
meets every Thursday at 8 : 3 0 p. ro.
Visiting brethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofnec.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.