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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914
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DEVOTED DliAVEEiY SHOWN DV
FEIIED, FIGHT Oil III THE
Paris, CCov. 16. A raging iblizzard
and floods are sweeping the battle battlefields
fields battlefields west of (Flanders, where the
allies. and Germans continued the
mighty struggle today. Twelve hun hundred
dred hundred square oniles north of the Yser
river and south of the Yser canal are
Inundated. Soldiers burning with
fever are fighting In the Icy slush slush-Jilled
Jilled slush-Jilled trenches. The roads are prac practically
tically practically impassable,, and many are
dying from exposure.
GERMAN FORCE CUT OFF ;
It is reported that the heavy floods
have cut oft u portion of the Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man army around 'Dixmude.
INDIA'S PICKED 3IEN ARRIVE
Twenty-five thousand British In In-:
: In-: d:!a troops, picked men, passed to toward
ward toward the front today. 1 ; "v
CUTTING MORE DYKKS ALONG
YSER CANAL
It was officially announced at 3
;p. m: that more dykes had faeen 'cut
along, the Yser canal, driving the
Germans iback. The fighting -at that
point is being done chiefly by artil artillery.
lery. artillery. "-' ' "
ENTIRE REGIMENT CUT OFF
The destruction of an entire regi regi-anent
anent regi-anent of German soldiers in Belgium
nvas -officially announced this '. after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. More floods are following the
cutting of other dykes.
CTTOMANS HAVE DRIVEN RACK
INVASION OF AR3IENLV
Petrograd, Nov. 16. dt Is offic offic-a'lly
a'lly offic-a'lly admitted that the Russian in invaders
vaders invaders of Turkish (Armenia have
foeen compelled to retire. Turks,
heavily reinforced are pressing the
pursuit.
'All prescriptions filled at the J
Court Pharmacy ,by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
drugs.". 2-6t
During the four days of the Clarion-Sumter
Fair we will give 10 per
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If you have never had one you should
let us make your Winter SuitThe fit
and workmanship can't be beat, even if
you do pay from $25 to $30, you can't
get a better suit.
Here's where you get double value for your money for
you save the middleman's profit. See our striking line
of snappy up-to-date Patterns and Shades in Worsteds,
Cheviots, Serges, Scotches and Tweeds,
Take your choice nd pick the style you prefer. That
is all there is' to it
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INFORM THE WORLD THAT. THE
KAISER'S 3IEN HOLD THEIR
Y,: OWN EVERYWHERE
Berlin, -Nov. 16. -A: news dispatch
from Geneva states that the British
cruisers Falcon, Brilliant and Rinal Rinal-dO(
dO( Rinal-dO( have been disabled by German
guns on the Belgian coast.
FIGHTING ON, BULGARIAN FRON-
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- 'B erlin, Nov. 16. LA news dispatch
from Sofia states that Greek and Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians clashed on -the frontier, re resulting
sulting resulting in a number -of casaulties.
STORM MAKES THE FIGHTING
, ; .i STOP '
Berlin; Nov. 16. -A lull in fight fighting
ing fighting on the Franco-Belgian front is
reported to the war office today. It
Is understood this Is due to the se severe
vere severe snow and sleet storm. No, de decisive
cisive decisive results have been reported.
. AUSTRIA NS TOOK OBRENOVAC
Berlin, iNov. 16. It Is officially re reported
ported reported from Budapest that the IAu3 IAu3-trians
trians IAu3-trians have captured Obrenovac,' Ser Ser-via,
via, Ser-via, by storm. :
GUITEREZ GIVES
S HAUTE
OF SAFETY TO FOREIGNERS IN
WAR DISTRACTED ANAHUAC
Washington, Nov. 16.- Guaran Guarantees
tees Guarantees of, life and property to all for foreigners
eigners foreigners and promises to establish just
and equitable rule in Mexico, were
conveyed in a message today to
President Wilson from Provisional
President Gutierrez of Mexico.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
rice. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
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Aguas, Callentes, Nov. 16.- All
indications promise early peace in
IMexico and the inauguration of the
gravemment formed by the conven convention.
tion. convention. Provisional President Guit Guit-terrez
terrez Guit-terrez has received a telegram from
Carranza, offering to retire immedi immediately
ately immediately on sole condition that iVi 11a al also
so also retires and leave Mexico. 'Villa
ihas indicated 'his acceptance and
willingness to ieave the country, but
has warned Guiterrez against Car Car-ranza's
ranza's Car-ranza's tricks.
MS REGIONAL
Mill OPEC
STRONGHOLD OF FINANCIAL
POWER IN THE GATE CITY
Atlanta, Noy. 16. The regional
bank opened for business this morn morning.
ing. morning. ;
JAPS HUG
FOR GEtlB
AND. SUIIE OF THUNDERING BIG
FIGHT IF THEY" FIND THEM
Callao, (Nov. 16 The captain of a
steamer arriving today reports he
saw the 'Japanese battleship Hoseiu
and the cruiser Azama, two nundred
miles west of the Peruvian coast.
They are believed to be ; searching
for the German wrarships that recent recently
ly recently defeated the British squadron off
the Chilean coast.
REACH FLORIDA
SHIVERING WAVE FROM THE
ARCTIC IS SWEEPING RAP RAPIDLY
IDLY RAPIDLY SOUTHWARD
Washlhgton, Nov. 16. A cold
wave is predicted for tonight with
frost expending into northwest Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Smokeless shells, 55 cents a box at
the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
"Why Pay More:"
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Remington or. WiuciieaLer automat automatic
ic automatic shotguns, special $27.50. Ocala
Pawn and Loan Office. "Why Pay
More." 11-7
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OPENING OF4 COTTON EXCHANGE
AND STOCK YARDS, AND GARY
STEEL JMILLS AGAIN FIRED UP.
;Xew York, 'Nov. 16. The cotton
exchange reopened this "morning "with
a large number of traders present
and the galleries crowded. Tone
steady, trading fairly active. (Dec (December
ember (December $7,'4 5. January' $8.05, March
the same. ; May $8.10. .. v
UNION 'STOCK YARDS REOPENED
Chicago, INov. 16. The Union
Stock Yards reopened this morning.
Prices averaged forty cents higher.
IM3IENSE STEEL MILLS FIRED UP
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Gary, Ind., Nov. 1 6. A thousand
men, idle for months resumed worst
in the steel mills this morning. Of Officials
ficials Officials now expect upward trend of
business to continue.
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TRADE BETWEEN NEW ORLEANS
AND LATIN AMERICAN PORTS
NOVEMBER TWENTIETH
. New Orleans, Nov. 16. -A new line
of freight and. passenger ships will
enter the trade between New Orleans
and Latin American ports, with Teg
ular sailings every ten days, 'begin
ning" November 20th.
T PROVE
THEY WERE
So Innes and His Wife Couldn't be
Found Guilty of 3Iurder of Mrs.
Dennis and Sister
San Antonio,' Nov. 1 6. (Victor
dnnes and wife were given verdicts
of not guilty on the peremptory in-,
structions of the trial judge today.
They were indicted for the murder
of Mrs. Eloise Dennis and her sister,
Miss Beatrice Nelms. The state ad admitted
mitted admitted Its inability to prove the
death of the girl.

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Petrograd, 'Nov. 16. It is official
ly announced that the Russians nave
captured Soldau and that the Ger
mans are in full retreat from the east
Prussian" town and Angerburg. This
is the third time Soldau has been
captured. The Germans, recaptured
the town twice.
The Russians' have moved heavy
artillery and large oodles of infantry
across the East Prussian frontier and
are pressing forward rapidly 'behind
a gTeat screen of cavalry.
A battle is raging in Southwest
Poland, between Cracow ,and Czea. Czea.-tochowa,
tochowa, Czea.-tochowa, where the Germans, heavi heavi-ly
ly heavi-ly reinforced, are offering stubborn
resistance.
The IRussians are again advancing;
through the Carpathians Into Hun Hungary,
gary, Hungary, with a huge army.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala,. rFIa., Nov. 4, 1914.
'The BoTrdof Public instructlon'ih
and for Marion county, .Florida, mat
in regular session with W. D. Cam,
cfhairmanand B. R, Blltcti, member,
and J. H. Brinson secretary, in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. t ; .'
Mr. J. IF. Parker called and took
up the matter of painting the Home Homeland
land Homeland school ;house. It was agreed to
(have 'the house painted from district
funds. iby Mr. Parker and he was au authorized
thorized authorized to, go ahead and secure the
paint and do. the work for $73.
Olesrs. Chambers' and Mathews-,
trustees of the Fairfield school called
and discussed with the board the
painting of the SFairfield school house
and proposals were submitted from
W, B. Hammond and Mr. (Mathews
and action deferred lor the present
Mr. iHudgens .of 'Fellowship called
and secured a warrant to finish pay paying,
ing, paying, the freight on the Fellowship
desks and also, made request for the
house to (be painted Inside!
'J. J. Calhoun, supervisor of Sul Sulphur
phur Sulphur Springs colored school, called
and discussed with the 'board the
matter of some of the patrons from
the former Wesley Chapel schopl
sending to his school without pay paying
ing paying a fee as most of his patrons had
done. (Nothing could be done about

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your measure arid your clothes will be

maae in our sun-lit shops by expert cut cutters
ters cutters and skilled tailors..
We will give you a perfect fit, the
best you ever had, or we will give vou

your money back, that's our way of J
doing business.

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this. A request to have toilets erect erected
ed erected was grantpd also some more desks
for his school.
Grant James, supervisor of the Mc
Tabor eolored school, called and mado
request, for toilets to be granted hl3
school, ''which was .agreed to 'and
they were' to he paid for from dis district
trict district funds.
Mr. IHudgens made request that
bill for lumber on Fellowship school
ground' be presented at August cr
September meeting be paid. Also
curtains for parts of .building expe expe-ed
ed expe-ed to the sun were granted to bo
paid for. from district funds. The rc-
-quest about th lumber was post
poned.
, Mr. G. W. 'Neville, of IDunnelloir,
called and' presented a number of ;
bilU and discussed the "situation thcrc-
and also Mr. Nisle, editor .of 'tit-.
(Dunnellon Advocate called and rc--guested
a portion of theschool (board,
advertising. I Mr. -Neville dii-wUeiT
the matter of removing the fence
from the white school grounds and it
was agreed to authorize him to ad advertise
vertise advertise the fence for sale if agreeable
to the majority of the board cf trui trui-tees.
tees. trui-tees. A .bid was presented for put-,
tln'g down a. well jfor the colored
school at Dunnellon but it was agrecl
to wait for another hid to be sent.,
Mr. F. H Scott of Fairfield called
and made a statement about paint painting
ing painting the school house.
Mr. J. S. Grantham, member' or
the hoard, came at this time. -,
The 'board adjourned to 1:30 p.
m, r
Wednesday Afternoon Session
Prof. McCall, principal of Howar2
Academy, called and suggested mak making
ing making some' change in the, name f the
school to call attention to tho indus industrial
trial industrial feature of the school. He was
authorized to use such name on the
letter heads and other stationery as
would indicate the nature of the
school.
Mr. S. G. Lovll, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Pedro school, called and
made request that a third teacher bo
granted as the uverage had 'passed
the one required by the -board ti
furnish a third teacher upon. Tho
request was granted.
Capt. Geo. Lynch, one o" the state?
rural school Inspectors, visited wlt?i
the board during the session and dis-
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THE OCAJLA EVENING BTAit, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1014

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

PHONE ol

repre3ed indications of disorder, York, whose judgment is. prized very
and prepared to lock up St. Peters-. highly, memter of a powerful Dra:
, k4 "The war will be over -within six
burg, if the latter town-came over to ;
months. :. ,..

lynch one of the suspects, who was

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, In advance 2.o0
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, In advance .. .50

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Foreign)

One year- in advance. $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months. In advance. 2.25
One month, in advance .SO

in the Clearwater jail. That is all

right all praise to Clearwater, but j

let a duplicate of the St. Petersburg
tragedy happen in Powell's burg, and
that village will go clear off its base,
just like any other town !?.Ien,
wherever you find them, are built

pretty much of the same material.

SAVANNAH REOPENS MARKET

FOR NAVAL STORES

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END IS FAR OFF

It Is now announced that United
States troops will evacuate Vera
Cruz on (Nov. 23.

The United Daughters of the Con Confederacy
federacy Confederacy -will hold their next con convention
vention convention in San Francisco.

' (Every land is some man's father father-Sand,
Sand, father-Sand, which is something even pa patriot
triot patriot should remember in thinking of
bis ifoes.

We are not accustomed to think
of Louisiana a3 an orange raising
etate, but it .will ship 350,000 boxes
this year, and the number' and area
of its groves are increasing.

The Audacious, the -warship sunk
off the coast of (Ireland Oct. 27, was
a snperdreadnaught, and one of the
finest battleships in the British navy.
If the Germans keep on sinking a
British fwarship almost every day,
they will faring the two navies down
to an equality in a few months
more.

The Germans did not hold Dix Dix-jmude
jmude Dix-jmude very 'long. The allies flanked

The Germans seem, however, to have

burg. It is about 125 miles from
their plant to St. Petersburg, and it
will be an immense testimony to Its
efficiency to supply current from
such a distance. They are, however,

already supplying current to places LrlUsh war office:

as aai suuui as xiiiuj, j.uu touiu, ci- i .jj Jong war

tend caoles to St. Petersburg In a few
weeks.

The International News Service

Saturday asked by cable and tele telegraph
graph telegraph a few of the most eminent
soldiers, statesmen and bankers.

the best informed men in the world

in London, Paris, Washington and

New York, the question:

"How longjwill the -war last?"
Here are the replies received:-

Bv Lord Kitchener, head of the

The following frcm the Times-

Unicn is reassuring to all interested
in the naval stores industry:

The naval stores -business is lock-:

ing up! This is the feeling here and
In Savannah, the principal ports for
the industry, (in a communication
received here yesterday, it was stated

that regular trading in naval stores
will be resumed (Monday, (November
16, at 4 p. m. This communication
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Thomas Burse, the well knbwn sec-

retarv of the Savannah Board of

Trade. It is said the factors there

held an important meeting

the past few days, and see now, aft

er a long -wait, an inviting future for
this line of business.
iA -meeting of un executive nature

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The Star has seen some of, the
handsome new billi Issued iby the
United States treasury' department
for the Munroe & Cham bliss tXatlonal

By the czar of Russia (through the was held here some weeks ago by

London Dally Telegraph correspond- the naval stores men of this dls-

nnt a pAtm?ra(l: trict. At that time it was stated

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DON'T ROP.TIOV; T1IK OTJIFR FIII.LOWS GUN. IF YOU

'There will be "no peace negotia- that there was nothing to give the BREAK IT YOU 3IU8T BUY 11131 A NEW ONi:, ANI Jill rU

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Bank of Ocala. They are neat and the London Daily (Mail -and other made the matter of the naval stores

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nrigni as vcaia money snouia oe, leadlng publications:

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Ainwud .iuai vaia ia the war will be over iby August, i rne resumpuon oi opera uuus uu a iipijiniiR imTilG l!S NOT ONIA' MADE OUR AT.:::lt-

part of the great and convenient am expert;my war experience the Savannah .Naval Stores Exchange YmnY ,-Qf Vi?tt tur. ra-p .hw Miffl or it STORE GROW IN

nnanciai system nai so wen serves being limited to some days In France ia taken as a goo a indication xnai o EVERY I) E1A RTMKNT.

nunarea mnuoa- peopie. juiwiu ,with the (French and British armies, effective arrangements, -nave fDeen a
at these new, clean notes reminds ,b t x tnink u will drag on much completed for this line of .'business g

niiA of thA ereat imnrovements in cur-I t nHimfltAlv ARsnrluff a normal condi I h

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rency of late years. We do not neea -sTrdPrn battles are slow. The tion. It is Jbelioved :by several ;ac

to go back to the time of iwildcat j rerm.ans have now lor one month tors here that there is every cause

money, when a man could .he certain incurring ghastly losses in a to he. optimistic at the present time

of nothing tout gold and silver, only foolish attempt to reach Calais. They

CAPTAIN INGIiIS HAS SOW)

' HIS HANDSOME CR.1FT QGilLil.,

to the recent days, when a hill was is- ,ha no ssibie chance of gettlnj

sued it .was all cluttered up in its ae- there arLd preparing for another

sign and (kept in use until it was as retreat.

dirty as a oisnrag ana as, lauerea as .If Germany's navy dared to come

the ibattienag or a nreaerate regi- out lt will annihilated. I believe Times-Union:

ment. owaaays, as soon as a oanK- that it wlH emerge in a mad attempt The (handsome yacht Tuna, for-!

note becomes dirty or ragged, if ls at invason in combination with Zep- merly owned fby Gen. John JL. fen-

srlis. of this city, has been sold to

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to the North Sea that can't 'be flank- sent back to the treasury, and a I pelins and submarines-.

ed, and unless the allies break thru clean, new one takes its -place. We By Lieut.-Gol. fRousset, France's Col. (Edward L. Welsh of Philadel-

5t somewhere the grim struggle will constantly hear that our financial most prominent military critic:

fzo on, until spring.

system might he improved, !hut it i3

the fbest in the world now.

phia, a retired capitalist.

"It is utterly Impossible to predict! The Tuna is ninety-eight 'feet in

the limit of the war. Both sides are length iwith sixteen feet jbreadth of

Tip to date, tne losses on iDotn smes fighting a battle of trenches similar heam and was ibuilt about four years

In the war are not 'less in rouna The remains or vv. ik. iHin- ito tAat at Sebastoi)!. which took Us-o At. a vst of nnroximatelv $45.-

numbers than '2,000,000 men, or man, business manager of the .-Times- two years to capture. 000.

which at ieast (per cenc are ueaa. union, ana one or Jacksonville s .Wfl thane 2.000.000 fresh troops r,n. Welsh: who has Ibeen in the

Owing to the frontal attacks of the foremost citizens, were laid to rest readv not far from the front, (while dtv. closinff the trade, has returned

Germans in the west, it is likely Saturday. 'All the state shares in the there are other new armies in the to PhiladelDhia and wlU return later

that they have suffered most heavily deep regret of his nearest friends at south. In the long run Germany to Jacksonville to join the Tuna for

in iproportlon, tho their loss may be the untimely death of this good and -must give way through starvation. a cruise in the West Indies.

'oalanced in the east, iwnere tne ovus- userui man, .wnose loss is severely The 'Anglo-iFrench hlockade of Tur- Capt. J. A; .Bennett of New York,

tsians liave 'been on the offensive. It felt in his community. The death of ikey further complicates the German a iwelMcnown coast 'pilot, who has

Is probable that these figures are! air. (Hlnman is one or those .things Lfood problem." V-- heen coming to this port for the past

fmort of the truth. that are past comment. He died for rov t.t oConnor. member of oar- four vears. has arrived and taken

no fault or 'his own, at tne -hands or (nament and editor of iM. A. P.: command of the Tuna, at is under-

A woman of Marion county has a stranger w"ho -would not have harm- jMy impression is that the war stood that Col. Inglis -will not give

lust finished a life of eighty-height ed him nor any other man had he (Wn iast a eoodwhile vet. The only un water cruislnfr. but will soon

years, filled with (beautiful service to (known what he :was doing. There terms which the allies can accept 'have a new yacht.

tier neighbors and her own large can toe no plan nor purpose discerned are terms which Germany is likely

family. And the motto that she in this tragedy. Nothing like lt has to reruse unless she Is thoroughly

. .. .1 j ni a .if I i t i j i i m rrryi

Kept ner nousenoia living up w an ever occurea in xae nisiory i ir lur" hbeaten and that 'Will take some

these years twas: "No unkind word Ida, and lt is to fbe sincerely hoped, time

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nay he said in this home." Could nothing like it will ever occur again.

anything he finer? iMiaml IMetrop-

ons. In a very reasonahle article in the

This refers to the lamented: lmts. !Ratinar. n -which he evidentlv ouotes

By Josephus Daniels, secretary of

the U. S. iN.:

would not dare even to guess at

It. No man in this country can knov.
enough about the forces, their posi-

MAIUON-DUNN MASONIC IiODGE

torward the millenium.

- (Nancy Ferguson, and if her example from the Ibest authority, Judge iR. S.

could be followed in every household aicConathy advances the opinion that tion, the capacity in ."Europe to make

it would be the longest step yet taken Mr E ,E Robinson's resignation as a prediction.

alderman from the second ward, is in "The consensus of opinion of mil-

effect, and that it is legal to call for itary men, both In the navy and In

the election of his successor at the the army, who have made a study of

city election of the 8th, Instead of the -war, is that it will last through

iwaiting for a special election. The next year." v

iBy Frank A. Vanderlip, president

Great Britain mourns the death o!
one of her greatest soldiers, Field
Marshal ILord Roberts, the hero of

Candahar," and the man whose wise star would advise the council to car-

strategy nroKe aown tne uoer re-1 out the in.tent of ,tne mayor's of a national .bank of New York,

sistance in South Africa. He was SI proclamation and make preparations which has just loaned $10,000,000 to

years old, and left his comfortable to elect all the councilmen at once. (France:

Siome in England last weeK, to visit Trying to have a special election will "I have not been in close touch
the Indian troops in France. Ex- only another instance of sticking with affairs for a month now, and
posure brought on pneumania, which to Cne of those irritating technical- even if I had been I should feel that

Kinea mm in a iew nours,. nis long iities that cause so much needless hi iwas venturing a good deal to pre-

career or unbroken success caused friction. The people don't want to diet when the war will end.

mm to iDe considered xne empires ibothered -with a special election; "The stubborn resistance and the

don't want their ward onlv half reo- .made on either side since the retreat

The city receives from the county resented during the most important from ibefore Paris, indicates a long.

& tnnnn ji. I

aomn. uvu a j-cai uB part of the year. hard-fought contest. Indeed, It seems

ot me roau auuu. om tu oca, to come d(ywn tQ a questi0n Of re-

that it -would -De a gooa idea to put Tne Belgian fortification at Ant- sources in men and supplies

14115 ps werp wnich held out the longest was "it may ,be many months before

xicuiar street instead oi scattering it (Fort Waelham, an out-of-date fort- the end can come

into various purposes. Th money TesS) ,the guns of -which were mostly

win pave a. coupie ot 'wiocks every mounted behind earthworks. When-

year, and It -would 'only take a few ever Cne of the tremendous German

more blocks to finish anyone of our shells struck, unless it fell Tight into

Marion-Dunn Lodge ro. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice. v
Baxter Cafn, W. CI.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

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Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each I

month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. I.
Miss Florrle Condon, Secy.

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'By T. H. Gary, head of the D. S.

Steel corporation:

"fMy guess at the beginning of the

war was a continuation of eighteen

months. I havA seen nr reasrm tr

might be a good idea to expend tne earth and did. little harm.' It was change my oninion

" w f-i fWr 1 r -nr a i X'ATlllO I Vl ICil x ... I

"'"" vttiunouo " one oi tne lessons oi our civil war ncvrT-cr Q.itTiorinn rr a Con

street begins the great boulevard to that artillery had little effect on ator from Utah-

paved streets to the city limits. It a ,gun creWt t Juried itself in the

Silver Springs, and should .be put
and kept In the best possible order,
not only for passenger traffic, 'but as
the connecting link to Ocala's 'port
at Silver Springs.

St. Petersburg is studying out the
electric light and power problem, its
present service being high-priced
and not the best. Putting in a muni municipal
cipal municipal plant is being considered, and
speaking from experience, Ocala can
advise the Sunshine City to do so.
jaJIso. and -what would probably be al al-maost
maost al-maost as good, and easier to do, a
company proposes to furnish current,
rarhidh it will sublet from the Camps,
rora their great power plant on the
"Withlacoochee. They can supply

current at a rate that -will greatly re

duce the present prices in St. Peters

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meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

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Concordia Lodge, Fraterna? Union

of America, meets in Yonge's Hall

on the second Thursday evening of

each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
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day at 7 : 3 0 p. m., at O.CQIQ

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held every 'Monday

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
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Danks or sand ana clay, and (Europe, "I do not think the 'war will be

where the forts of concrete and steel ended in less than a yar.

are shattered iby snells, is re-learning Some high aithorities among the

the leSSOn. twentwfive to -Whom t.h miActlrm -nra

put by the International (News Ser-

We see by the report from the de- yice say it may go o-n two years.

partment of commerce that 56,645 One of the very highest authorities

bales of cotton have 'been ginned in in the navy department, whose name

Florida this year. Considerable carries weight throughout the world:

cotton Is raised in iMarion county, but said:

its name does not appear in tne cen- "The answer to the question is

sus reports. Jackson county leads the made by Great Britain herself, who.

state, with 17,001 bales, Alachua is I notice, is calling for a million
j s it. nn-f i r r j 1 I ...

secona wiin a.iai auu uiauisou is a more men as soldiers. Just now

close third with 5,258. there is scarcely anv use to talk

about the end of the war when Ger-

Clearwater is patting itself on the many is fighting beyond her own ter-

back because of its superior virtue J ritory, with a navy yet untouched

over St. Petersburg. During the re- and a people at home ready to supply

i

cent lynching excitement, Olearwa- the sinews of war."

ter was calm and composed, sternly An international banker in" New

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Kym'' Ccf right, 1913. by
" lleskeih Prichard

PROLOGUE. i
One of the most interesting
characters in fiction, November
Joe, welt deserves to take his
place in the hall of fame along alongside
side alongside his more famous prototype,
Sherlock Holmes. In the woods
Sherlock Holmes no doubt would
have been of. little value in ferret ferret-ins
ins ferret-ins out criminals, because wood wood-craft
craft wood-craft was not in his line. In the
city, too, November Joe would
net have compared in merit of
achievement with Holmes, but in
the woods every leaf and twig,
stone and bit of moss where it
has been in contact with human
beings or animals tells its story
to the keen eyes and analytical
mind of November Joe. -V
CHAPTER I.
November Joe.
T? T happened that In the early au
tumn of 190S I, James Quaritch of
Quebec, went down to Montreal.
I was dt the time much engaged
In tuo important business transaction,
wuieh after loug and complicated nego negotiations
tiations negotiations appeared to be nearing a suc successful
cessful successful Issue. A few days after my ar arrival
rival arrival I dined with Sir Andrew McLer McLer-rick.
rick. McLer-rick. the celebrated nerve specialist
and lecturer at McGil) university, who
had been for many years my friepd.
On similar occasions I had usually
remained for half an hour-after the
other guests had departed, so that
when he turned from saying his last
goodby Sir Andrew found me choosing
a fresh cigar.
"1 cannot call to mind, James, that 1
Invited you to help yourself to another
smoke." be said.
I laughed.
"Don't mention It, Andrew; 1 am ac accustomed
customed accustomed to your manners. All the
same"
He watched me light up. "Make the
most of it. for it will be some time be before
fore before you enjoy another."
"I have felt your searching eye upon
me more thanonce tonight. What is it?
"My dear James, the new mining
amalgamation the papers are so full of,
and of which I understand that you are
the leading spirit, will no doubt be a
great; success, yet Is it really worth the
sacrifice of your excellent health?
"But I feel quite as usual.''
"Sleep as much as usual?
"Perhaps not" 1 admitted unwill
ingly.
"Appetite as good as usual?
"Oh. 1 don't know."
Tush, man. James! Stand up."
Thereupon he began an examination
which merged into a lecture, and the
lecture In due course ended In my de decision
cision decision to take a vacation immediately
a long vacation, to be spent beyond
reach of letter or telegram In the
woods.
That's right. That's right!" com commented
mented commented Sir Andrew. "What do the
burns of that fellow with the big belL
which you have hanging In your office,
measure?"
"Fifty-nine inches."
"Then go and shoot one with a
spread of sixty."
I believe j'ou are right," said I, "but
the worst of it is that my guide, Noel
Tribonet, is laid up with rheumatism
and will certainly not be fit to go with
me just now. Indeed. 1 doubt If he
will ever be much good In the woods
again"
"But what If 1 can recommend you
a new man?"
'Thanks, but I have had the trouble
of training Noel already."
1 can guarantee that you will not
find it necessary to train November
Joe"
"November Joe?"
"Yesl di you know him?"
"Curiously, uough. I do. He was
with me as dishwasher when 1 was
up with Turn Tx!d some years ago
In Maine, lit- was a boy then Once
u hen we were on the march and were
overtaken by a very bad snowstorm,
Todd and th boy Had a difference of
'.pinion as to the. direction we ishculd
take"
"And Joe was rl-lit?"
"He wns." said I "Todd didn't like
it M all
T;nn Todd had piite a reputation
hud.t't he Naturally he would uot
Uk- ieim put rliriit by n rmy Well
tli.i must Iw ten years ago. and Joe
t w Miit y four now
nd a irood man in the wd. you
n"

"None better. The most capableon
this continent, 1 verily believe, if Joe
Is free and can go with you. you will
get your moose with the sixty Inch
horns. I understand that be has en
tered Into some sort of contract with
the provincial police."
"With the police?" I repeated.
'Yes. lie is to help them In such
cases as may lie within the scope of
his speclai experience. He Is, indeed,
t'ie very last person 1 sbould like to
have upon my trail h3d 1 committed
a murder. Ho Is a mo3t skilled and

minute observer, end yon must not for-j
get that the speciality of 3 Sherlock,
Holmes Is the everyday routine of a ;
woodsman. Observation and deduc-
uon are pari, uuu parcel, ui ui 'J 1
runs. The floor of the forest Is his
page. And when a crime is committed
In the woods these facts are very for-
hinate. There nature s the criminal s
with him In many ways. Often she
delays the discovery of his 111 doing;
she covers his deeds with her leaves
and her snow; his track she washes
away with her rain, and more than
all she provides him vv-itn a rast area
of refuge, over which she sends the
appointed horrrs of darkness, during
which he can travel fast and far.""
"All things considered. It Is surpris surprising
ing surprising that so. many woods crimes are
brought home to their perpetrators."
"There you are forgetting one very
Important point I have been present
at many trials. and the most dangerous j
witnesses that I have ever seen have!
been men of the November Joe type i
that Is, practically Illiterate woodsmen.!
Their evidence has a quality of terrible
simplicity. They give minute but un unanswerable
answerable unanswerable details. All their experi experiences
ences experiences are first hand. They bring for forward
ward forward naked facts,. with sledge hammer
results. Where a town bred man
would see nothing but a scries of blur blurred
red blurred footsteps in the morning dew, an
ordinary dweller In the woods could
learn something from them, but No November
vember November Joe can often reconstruct the
man who made them,. sometimes In a
manner and with an exactitude that
has struck me as little short of mar marvelous."
velous." marvelous." "."I see he has Interested you.' said
I, half smiling.
"I confess he has. Looked at from
a scientific standpoint I consider him
the perfect product of his environment-
There are few things I would
enjoy more than to watch November
using his experience and his super supernormal
normal supernormal senses In the unraveling of
some crime of the woods."
I threw the stump of my cigar Into
the fire.
"You have persuaded me," I said. "1
will try to make a start by the end of
the week. WTiere Is Joe to be found?"
"As to that, I believe you might get
Into touch with him at Harding's farm.
Silent Water. Beauce.
"I'll write to him."
"Not much use. He only calls for
letters when he feels Inclined."
Then I'll go to Harding's and ar arrange
range arrange the trip by word of month."
"That would certainly be the best
plan. and. anyhow, the sooner you get
into the woods the better. Besides,
you will be more likely to secure Joe
by doing that, as4he is inclined to be
shy of strangers."
I rose and shook hands with my
host.
"Remember me to Joe," said he. "1
like that; young man. Goodby and
good luck."
,
Along the borders of Beauce and
Maine, between the United States and
Canada, lies a land. of spruce forest
and of hardwood ridges. Here little
farms stand on the edge of the big
timber, and far beyond them. In the
depths of the woodlands, lie lumber
camps and the wide flung paths of
trappers and pelt hunters.
1 lefr the cars at -Silent Water and
rode oft at once to Harding's, the house
of the Heauee farmer where 1 meant
to put up for the night. Mrs. Hard
ing re;ei'. ed me genially and placed
an exe.d'ent supper before me. While
I was e.-itlng it a squall blew up with
the fall of darkness, and 1 was glad
enough to rind myself In safe shelter.
Outside the wind was swishing
anion:; the pines whieh Inrdosed the
farmhouse, when Inside the telephone
teli ring, which eounected us with
St f'eorge. forty miles distant, rang
suddenly and Incongruously high
aiNive the Hamor f the forest noises
Mrs nardlng tok up the receiver
and this Is what I heard.

"My husband won't be home tonight;
he's gone into St. George. No. r have
no one to send. But how can I? There
Is no one here but me and the chil children
dren children Well, there's Mr Quaritch. a
sport, staying the night No. 1 couldn't
ask him." :
"Why not?" I Inquired.
Mrs. Harding shook her "-.cad as she'
stood still holding the receiver She
was a matron of distinct comeliness,
and she cooked amazingly well.
"You can ask me anything:.-'. I urged
They want ome om to arrya
message to November Joe. she 'ex
plained. "It's the proVlm-ia I police ou
the phone.
"I'll go;
"Joe made me promise not to send
any sports after him." she said doubt
fully, They all want him now he's
famous." ; 5
"But November Joe is rather a friend
of mine 1 hunted with him years a iro
when he Uvd on the Montmorency
"Is that so? Her face relaxed a
little. "Well, perhaps" she conceded
"Of course 111 carry the message.
"It's quite a way to his place No
vember doesn't care about strangers
He's a solitary man. Yon must follow
the tote road you were on today fif
teen miles, turn west nt the deserted
lumber camp, cross Charley's brook,
Joe lives about two acres up the far
bank." She lifted the receiver. "Shall
I say you'll go?"
"By all means."
A few seconds later I was at the
phone taking my Instructions. It ap appeared
peared appeared that the speaker was th chief
of police in Quebec, who was of course
well known to me. I will lt you have
his own words. y
"Very good of you, I'm sure. Mr
Quaritch. Yes. we want November
Joe to be told that a man oamed
Henry "Lyon ba s been shot In bis ca mp

r down at Big Tree portage, on Depot
mer The news came m jnst n;,.
telephoned thrpugh by a lumberjack
who found the body. Tell Jo-. plea,
SQCCe33 means $T. to Mm. Ye?, IhzV
aH. : Mnch obliged. Yes, tin?
Rot.nr
nI nL,.
j hnnff up tbe receiver, turned to
Mrs. Harding and told her the facts
ugo Novemher is connected wltn po
lice work now?'
"Didn't you read in the newspapers
about the 'Long Island Murder?"
I remembered the case at once; It
had been a nine days wonder.of bead
line and comment, and now I won
dered how it was that I missed the
mention of Joe's name.
"November was the man who put to
gether that puzzle for them down In
"And placed an excellent supper before
me."
New York," Mrs. Harding went on.
"Ever since they have been wanting
him to work for them. They offered
him $100 a month to go to New 'York
and take on detective jobs there."
"Ah, and what had be to say to
that?"
"Said he wouldn't leave the woods
for a thousand."
"Well?"
They offered him the thousand."
"With what result?"
"He' started out in the night for his
shack. Came In here as he passed and
told my husband he would rather be
tied to a tree in the woods for the rest
of his life than live on Fifth avenue.
The lumberjacks and the guides here hereabouts
abouts hereabouts think a lot of him. Now you'd
best saddle Laura that's the big gray
mare you'll find in the near stall of the
stable and go right off. There'll be a
moon when the storm blows itself out."
By the help of the lantern I saddled
Laura and stumbled away Into the
dark andthe wind. For the chief part
of the way I had to lead tbe marc, and
the dawn was gray in the open places
before I reached the deserted lumber
camp, and all the time my mind was
busy with memories of November. Boy
though he had been when I knew him,
his personality had impressed itself
upon me by reason of a certain ade adequate
quate adequate quietness with which be fulfilled
the duties, many and disagreeable,
which bearded old Tom Todd took a
delight In laying upon 1 ; j-oung shoul shoulders.
ders. shoulders. 1 remembered, too. the expression of
humor and mocking tolerance which
nsetj to Invade tbe boy's face whenever

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old Tom was overtaken by one of hl3
habitual fits of talking big. Once
when Tom spoke by the -amp fire of
some lake to which he desired to guide
me and of which he stated thatthe
shores bad 3eer been trodden by
white man's foot Joe had to cover his
mouth with his band When we were
alone. Todd having depand to make
wouie necessary rejwilrs to the canoe. I
asked Joe vvhat he meant by laughiug
at bis elders,. '-
"1 suppose a boy's foot ain't a man's

anyways. remarked Joe Innocently,
and more he would not say.'
Tiie sun whs show ing over the tree
tops when .1 drew rein by the door of
fhe '-'shack, and at the same moment
came in view of the slim but power
fill figure of a j'oun:: man who was
busy rolling some gear Into a pack
lie raised himself and. just as 1 wtis
about; to... speak, drawled .out:
"My! Mr Quaritch. you: Who'd a"
thought it?" .
The young woodsman came forward
with a lazy stride and gave my we
come with a curious gentleness that
was one of his chanu-terUtics. but
which left me In doubt as to its genl
ality.
I feel that 1 shall never be able to
describe November. Suffice it to say
that the loose knit boy I remembered
had developed into one of the finest
spetduiejis uf nuuhtMd that ever grew
up ambug the balsam trees; near six
feet tall, lithe and powerful, with a
neck like a column and a straight fea featured
tured featured face, the sheer good looks of this
son of the woods were disturbing. He
was clearly also not only the product
but the master of his environment.
"Well. well. Mr. Quaritch, many's
the time I've been thinking of the days
we nod with old Tom way up on the
Roustik."
They were good days. Joe. weren't
they?
"Sure, sure, they werel"
"1 j hope we shall have some more
together.' 1
"If It's hunting you wast, I'm glad
. you're here. Mr. Quaritch. There's a
fine buck using around by Widdeney
pond.- Maybe we will get a look at
him come sunset, for he 'most ;al way sy
moves out of the hick bush about'
dark.' Then humor lit a spark in
his splendid gray eyes as he looked
up at me. "But we'll have a cup o
tea first.
November Joe's by the way, I ought
to mention that his birth in the month
of November had given him his name),
as I say. November Joe's weakness
for tea had in the old days 'been a
target "upon which I had often exer exercised
cised exercised my faculty for irony and banter.
The weakness was evidently still alive.
"I had hoped to have a bunt with
you. November," said I. "Indeed, that
is what I came for, and there's nothing
I'd like better than to try for your red
deer buck tonight, but while I was at
Harding's there' was a ringup on the
phone, and the provincial police sent
through a message for you., it appears
that a man named Henry Lyon has
been shot in his camp at Big Tree
portage, A lumberman found him and
Dhoned the news Into ; Quebec. The
chief of police wants you to take on
the case. He told me to say that suc success
cess success would mean $"50.
That's too bad. said Joe. Td
sooner hunt a deer than a man any
day. Makes a fellow feel lcs3 badlike
when he comes up with him. Well.
Mr. Quaritch, I must be getting off.
but youil be wanting another guide.
There's Charley Paul, down to "St.
AmleL
"Look hereNovember, I don't want
Charley Paul or any other guide but
you. The fact of the matter Is that
Sir Andrew McLerrick, the great doc doctor
tor doctor who was out with you last fall, has
told me that I have been overdoing It'
and mnst come into the woods for rest
I've three months to put In. and from
all I hear of you you won't take three
months finding out. who murdered
Lyon."
Joe looked grave. "I may take more
than that." said he. "for maybe I'll
never find out at alj. But I'm right
pleased. Mr Quaritch. to hear you can
stay so long There's plenty of grub
In my hnrk. -.and f dare say that I
shan't be many day? gone.
"How far Is it to Rig Tree portage?
"Five miles to the river and eight
up It
"I'd like to go with you."
He gave me one of hfs quick smiles.
"Then I guess you'll have to wait for
your breakfast till we are in the
canoe. Turn the mare loose. She'll
make Harding's by afternoon."
Joe entered the shack and came out
again with one or two. articles. In
five minutes he bad put together a
tent, my sleeping things, food, ammu ammunition
nition ammunition and all necessaries. The whole
bundle ho secured with his packing
strap, lifted It and set out through the
woods.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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THE OCAXiA EVEJINQ GTAH, MONDAY, 10. 1914,
S. Savage, Sr. Miss Annie Savage
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who has been visiting Mrs. (Norris
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS j
for some time, will accompany, them
Tij)
home: Mr. Norris, wno is one o'
the salesmen at the O. K. Teapot
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Grocery, will be 70 years old this
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

month, and says he feels nearly as
young as he ever dil.

Stale Federation Meeting Will Open
Tomorrow
Mrs. AVilliam Hocker, the brilliant
president, and .Mrs. Jack Camp, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary of the State
Federation of Women's Clubs,, left
today for Lakeland to attend the an annual
nual annual convention of that organiza organization.
tion. organization. (Mrs. C. R. Tydings and 'Mrs.
'It. A. Burford, president and first
vice president of the Ocala club, -will
go down on the early train tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and during the -week several
other ladies have planned., to attend
the convention for a day 'if not
longer. With the revision of the
constitution and by-laws, the election
of officers and other -appointments to
(be considered, the three days' con convention
vention convention promises to 'be full. j
Following is the official program
for the opening meeting tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock:

" iMrs. Hocker and "Mrs; Wright pre

siding. ..'V;
(Music. 1 :, ;
Invocation, fRev. Wallace Wear.

Addresses of welcome. For the

city, CM r. O. 01. .Eaton, mayor; -board

of trade, Dr. S. F. Smith, president;

Woman's Club, Odrs. G. iM. Wright,

president. .'

(Response, (Mrs. E. X. Timick; sec

ond vice president F. iF. W. C.
dusic.

Greetings, (Mrs. Park Trammell,

airs. T. !M. Shackleford.

Our 'Federation. iMrs. William

Hocfker, president.
(Music.
Reception at Kibler notel, given

by the 'hostess club complimentary to

delegates and visitors.
The Federation officers and chair chairmen
men chairmen will 'be entertained at the Hotel
Kibler.

FMr. iRobert JMacKay of the HTnl ver

sify of Florida, -was the guest for, the1

his (parents, (Mr. and

MacKay.

weelc end on

George

president of the Federation, airs.
William Hocker, who is one of the
brightest and most prominent work workers
ers workers of the Woman's Club, -will go
with the delegation from that club."
Presbyterian Social

The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church held its month monthly
ly monthly silver tea thi3 afternoon at the

home of (Mrs. George MacKay, be

ginning at 3; 30 o'clock.
Oirs. W. H. rtodge, Mrs. G. 3

Scott and iMrs. W. W. Condon assist

ed IMrs. MacKay in receiving and in

the parlor (Mrs. D. iE. (Mclver, Misses

Eugenia Fuller and Anna McDowell
rendered several very delightful

piano nunvbers during the afternoon,
and Mrs. J. H. Taylor sang sweetly

two pretty selections.

iMrs. JH. ;H. -Brand sked the call callers
ers callers to the dining room, -where Misses
(Mary and Anna McDowell, (Elizabeth
Davis and Kathleen IS pencer, served
chocolate, coffee and sandwiches.

nthprs nsRiKtinsr -were fMiss Bessie

JMacKay and IMrs. tM. tMurray.

The tea 'was largely attended and

will be numbered among the "most

fplkrhtful informal affairs of the

week.

Mrs. B. T. Perdue, chairman of

state extension, leaves for (Lakeland

tomorrow to attend the convention

of the Federation of Women's Clubs

The Jingo Club Club-Last
Last Club-Last Friday night at Yonge's hall
the Jingo Club gave an informal
dance. The evening was cool and an
idal one for danciner. Those be

sides the chaperones, Qr. and Mr3.
'R. E. Yonge, enjoying the evening
were: Misses Nellie Beckham, Alice
Sexton, Erin Yonge, Georgia Quinney.
(Mae Stein, Mary Harriet Livingston,
Louise Sanders, Nellie Liddon, Marie
Carr, Beulah Whitney, Ruby Knight,
Bertha Smith, Emma and -Sidney
Perry and Messrs. Hugo Mcintosh,

Welsh. Dewey, Perry Anthony, 'Will 'William
iam 'William Avery, Hugh Geiger, Horner
Small, Carol Blalock, Leroy Bridges,

Wayne TenEyck, Dick Stroud, Wallace-Davis,
Pierce Rentz, John Rich Richie,
ie, Richie, Robert Clarkson, Albert Harriss,
Walter 'Kaiser, 'Etherich Copelaad.
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Eastern Star Sewing Circle

.The Eastern Star sewing circle will

meet Wednesday, afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at Yonge's hall.
mm . :'

Miss Gladys Drake left today for a'

visit to Miss Clarice Watkins at Mic Mic-anopy.

Mrs. S. 1R. Boynton of tReddick was
(brought to the city .last evening by
.her forother-in-law, Mr. J. C. .Dupree,
in his automobile, and 'placed in the
'hospital. An operation -was found

necessary and was performed during

the night. Mts. Boynton is resting
weir today, wnlch will Sbe:crod news
to her many Ocala friends. She is a

sister of Mr. Fred Kunze of "North

jm i JaflS l I Jt"a. i. JL Jk fall A

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Mule Skin I $1.75 and $1.85
Olive, Elk Sole $2.50
Tan, Elk Sole $2.50 and $3
Black, Elk Sole 52.50, $3
These have the bsllows
tongue and are light and

flexable.

E2 i3Fe1rCae:;iiE

(

Tn mentioning the delightful mus music
ic music rendered at the dormitory recep reception
tion reception Saturday we were in error

about the -pianist. Miss Maude Mc- Ial gtret this city.

the violin and not Miss Connor, and
IMiss Hurony of Charleston, S. C,
who is visiting ner uncle and aunt,

Mrs. Oliver iHetsch and her father,.

IM r. "Windham or ieesburgr v were

among the strangers in the city Sat-;

auU :wua, save Uirday. They came up for the pur-

Deautiim vocai oio.

Mrs. Edward JHolder 'leaves in the
imornlng for Lateland,-to attend to

.business. Slie expects to ibe join

Wednesday or Thursday iby Mraf E.

:pose of closing a contract iwith
Messrs. iMdver & QlaoKay for .the

erectroti of a residence on their

froperty in (Leesburg.

rMis3 Janet Weathers leftthis aft-

cousin, Mrs' 1. V. Stevens.
iMrs. Maude M. Blacktburn and
young daughter of Gainesville are
guests of Mrs. iH. M. Hampton for
several days. Mrs. Hampton and

Mrs. Blackburn are planning to spend
one day at the Alachua fair, making
.the trip in the Hampton car.
.
' "Blrs. .R. S. McCormick and :baby of
ILiees'brg arrived today for a week's
i visit to the former's .brother, Qlr. S.
W" I gou and f am ily J
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The Marion county friends of Miss
Blanche Hall and (Mr. Geo. A. Tomp Tomp-son
son Tomp-son will be surprised to learn of
their marriage Thursday at Candler.
Mrs. Tompson was one of the pri primary
mary primary teachers in the Ocala public
sciiool several years ago and is now
teaching at Candler. The marriage
was kept a profound secret until
Friday after the close of school,
wlhlch. was the duration of the

groom's ability to 'keep in subjec subjection
tion subjection his supreme joy. When the
Iiappy f.vent was made known, Mr.

ani Mrs. Tompson were quickly

showered with ibest wishes and con congratulations
gratulations congratulations 'by their host of Cand Candler
ler Candler friends.
(Mrs. E. L. Carney has returned
Trom Savannah, where as a delegate
from Dickison chapter, she attended
the general convention of the Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of the Confederacy. (Mrs, Car Carney
ney Carney was a gracious guest at a num num-ter
ter num-ter of the beautiful parties arranged

sjecially in honor of the Daughters
mil met a large number of her

Exiends from all sections of the
"Smih. Mrs. Carney was the house

gtiest of her sister. IMrs. W. Moore
"Scott, who also had as her guest

their father, Dr. A. J. Wilson.

Dr, W. H. Dodge and Mr. S. P.

STollinrake expect to leave tonight
for Jacksonville to attend the Pres-

Dyierian synod, which convenes in

that city tomorrow evening. The
women's synodical will hold its first

annual meeting in ?Monticello this
week, 'beginning Wednesday and

lasting through Thursday. The dele

gates from the Presbj-terian church

licre are iMrs. (Hollinrake and Mrs

Usher -Norwood. Dr. H. F. Mill

field secretary of foreign missions

win oe a distinguished attendant a

tjhp synodical.
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Thursday Qlrs. Park Trammell w

"honor guest at a very beautiful re

ception in San ford, given "by her

Eiostess, IMrs. G. F. Smith.
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- The Tribune in speaking of the

Tampa Woman's Club delegates to

l:t; Federation convention in Lake

tv-y, ,1 says: "-Mrs. John Hansbor-

" t2rigra. wno is the sister-in-law of the

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Mr. and Mrs. iE. C. Beuchler. wh

iL. Carney, who will fte iher tfest at ,recentiy mpved from -the, s Anthony

tne.iuwer hotel for the remainaer or ,Farm tof Alachua county. Oiave ibeen

the week. v I yV- ,anJ rvfa Tr

Leavengood for several days. '. '.return-

fTr flnrl (Mrs. A. T-T Jnv cif ,TTlrkorv. I JL

i ing inome on ine eany ta.. xrai

N. C, who are enjoying their 'honey

imoon in Florida; were week-en

guests at the .Harrington, leaving to

day for St. Petersburg.-. Mr. and

Mrs. Joy are friends of .Mr. and Mrs.

D. E. Mclver.
. Col. R. B. Kyle, of Gadsden, Ala.,
an occasional visitor to Ocala, has

arrived at Clearwater to spend the

winter. (Mrs. Kyle is at WTest Point,

today.

Mr. William 'Wolff, the paper
drummer, spent Sunday in., the city
with his family. ..'

ANOTHER RF.T) LETTER DAY
'AT THE (METHODIST OHITRCH

Yesterday was Children's Day at
the Methodist church. There was a

the guest of relatives and will join beautiful .urogram rendered iby the

her husband after Thanksgiving. smaller children, consisting of reci

tations and songs, which was very

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marlowe of j much enjoyed iby the (large crowd In

Rodman, formerly of Ocala and attendance. Mrs: G. W. Martin and
Blitchton, recently lost their fbaby, Mrs. Igou, with their helpers Shad
the news of which will bring much dene their work well in training the
sorrow to their Marion county children for the service. There were

friends. I sixty-five men .present in -the ibusi-

iness men's Bible class. 'There were

Mrs. John Pasteur and daughter, 340 in attendance at Sunday school.

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IMrs. Ernest Lytle and young son re- Both the leagues were well .attendel
turned yesterday to-their "homes on in" the afternoon,, and .good services.

Lake Weir after a pleasant visit of a The 'house was. crowded at the

few days to the former's daughter, preaching 'hour. Dr. "Gross preached

Mrs. C. S. Cullen. on sowing and reaping'. There were

five accessions 4 to the church toy .let-

Mrs. G. L. Taylor was hostess this Iter. At the evening $ service there

af ternoon to the Methodist sewing I was a good congregation. Dr. Gross

circle. I nreached on the necessity of revivals,

and s'howed that the life of the
Mrs. Frank Harris, who was sum- ohurCh is an index to .the life of the

mbned to Chicago four weeks ago on community and nation. There is a

account of the critical illness of her fine growing interest in all lines of

grandson, Master Harris Powerj, church work, whicli is not only very

returned this afternoon, accompanied encouraging to the pastor, but to all

by her grandson and his parents, Mr. the members of the church. It Is
and IMrs. L. A. Shepherd. Mr. and now only three weeks until annual

Mrs, Shepherd will return to ChioA-Lnnforon nt Amjirtin Tt- iis .bestir

- - I V VS JLA. Mr W A VO V. V V :
o In a fortnight and Master Harris ourselves. ; J ;

win visit his grandparents until The teachers deserve special pTaise
spring. for i'ho nrrflnmpnt and carrvlnsr out

of the inrogram. which was as fol-

Mrs. J. V. Tarvr and daughter, lows:

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.miss r ranees larver, are home after Song. "Bright Birds Singing in tha

an absence of several weeks spent in Branches" Primary School.

Praj-er flRev. Gross.
Prayer in song Class.

Recitation, "Welcome" Cliff ord

fan McBlucher $2.50
Black McBlucherG2.50
Brown Welt Blueher G3.00

Black Welt Blueher 03.00

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Amonia Proof Blueher 03.50

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W. C. T. U. WORIv

Chicago and other places.

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Jackson,

Jr., of Fort Lauderdale, who have Anderson, Jr.

been spending a few days with (Mr.

Jackson's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. C.

Jackson, will return home tomorrow.

Mr. Jackson is manager for the

SQUi&ern FisheriesJ(-aJLMthat place.

Carols"-

(Mr. and Mrs. A,. E. Gerig will leav

(Recitation, "Children's

Francis Green.

Recitation, "A Daisv Wreath"

Six Girls.
Song, "Sing Away" Ten Girls.

Recitation, "What Would You

Do?" Marguerite Lucky.

this week for Fulford, on the East "Nllecitation, "I'm But a Very Little

uoast, a lewmiies norm or LUiami, Girl' Dorothy Kea.

fepng, "The Children are Singing

for poy Today" Primary School,
flor exercise and collection

where theyCwillpend several weeks

visiting Mr. and!MrsHarry Lapham

who moved fronTThis city to Fulfori

a number of years ago.

Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakeland. is
in the city visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Stevens.
'.'
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Norris will
leave tomorrow for Yalaha, where
they will visit the family of Mr. S.

Six Girls.

"Recitation, "Children's Dav Ode"

Louise Rentz.

Exercise, "Those Who Do Not

Sing" Eight Boys.

Chorus, "Co-Laborers" Twelve

Junior Girls.

. Music at the Murray Company. 3t

. A letter just received from Mrs.
E, (B. Paokham, W. C. T. U. t state
press reporter for Ocala and 'Vicinity,
who is now in attendance at the na national
tional national convention of stheW. C. T. U.
at Atlanta, reports tnat tne state
convention iheld last week in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville was iby Jong odds the larg largest
est largest and most enthusiastic gathering

of that order ever held In this state.
There were '112 voting : ; delegates
present besides a number of visitors.
'Upwards of $ 1 0 0 0 was contributed
and pledged iby the delegates and
friends for the coming year's work
in Florida.
Fifty-seven WV C. T. U. women
left Jacksonville on Thursday (morn (morning
ing (morning in a special car provided hy the
G. S. & F. railroad. At Macon, Gov.
Slaton met the delegation and bid
them welcome in the name of the
state of Georgia, and right Jhere the

railroad company certainly did itself

proud for on the trip between Ma

con and Atlanta they treated and

surnrised -the delegates to a most

substantial and inviting lunch serv

ed with a degree of elegance unsur

passed by the best efforts of a dining

car. They arrived at Atlanta at i3

p. ni. and went direct to the Taber

nacle church,, where the governor

and others fairly outdid themselves
in the generous and ;open bearted

manner in wblch they welcomed the

delegates from every corner of the
United States to the bospitality of
the city of Atlanta.

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

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3IR. SEY3IOUR'S PJXIZE POEMS

ft'lr. B. .11. Seymour, who is adver advertising
tising advertising in the Star that he will give a
prize of $50 for the best poem car carrying
rying carrying out the thought of the old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned garden, is receiving a
good many answers to the ad. in the
way of poems. Mr. Seymour pro proposes
poses proposes to commence publishing the
poems at an early date and will
probably publish all that are deem deemed
ed deemed meritorious. The one will receive
the $50 prize, which be i3 offering in
the shape of the first payment on any
lot in his subdivision.

PRETTY WINDOW DISPLAY

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

Hot drinks of
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THE OCALA EVENIJIQ GTAR, MOXDAV, NOVEMBER 1C, 1914

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STUCKEV SAYS GOOD
TIMES WILL BE HERE SOO

i-Mr. A. P. Stuckey, who in one

the 1 arrest naval stores -produce

.nd al.so a heavy land owner In Mar-
Ion and other counties of Florida,
ha 5 just returned from :i business ;
visit to Savannah. Mr. Stuckey sa'y.'J j
he feels better over the out'.ook for r
naval stor? than he ha in a long j
time and is sure that tie crop for ;
nect year of spirits, at least, will be
marketed without difficulty and at aj
fair price. There may not be much j

market for xosin, but this part of 'the l
output of the naval stores man, for-j
tusately, can be held indefinitely andf.

at small ; cost -for vbarrel3 or storage.!.

Mr.. Stuck ey says the year 1915

see fairly good times

stores men in particular, and 'Florida
In general will be visited bg a Jbg
boom, Mr, Stuckey feels that very
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- THE BUSINESS DEPRESSION, SEES EVERY INDICATION OP A
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settkTs are coming to the

Prompt attention to all mail or orders.
ders. orders. We -pay the -postage. 'Bitting
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rope Em-rope some months ago everybody
stopped to see. the fight! said Mr.
ft. B. (Hall in an interview with a
Star reporter today at his- office on
North Main street. "And when ev everybody
erybody everybody stopped that also meant that

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all lines of business toecame paralyz paralyzed
ed paralyzed to a greater or less extent.
"When the war began it -was be between
tween between several of the largest nations
of the eastern hemisphere and their
fighting machinery was supposed to
be so perfect and so deadly in Its op operation
eration operation -that a combat between them
could only, last sixty or ninety ; days.
It wTas giren out by war experts that
one of the vast' armies would be
practically (wiped off the face of the
earth In less than three months 'With
the modern killing apparatus used
by the- warring nations.
"This being the case," no one look looked
ed looked upon the temporary depression in
business throughout the world, and
especially In the United States,' as
anything serious, believing that a
few weeks of actual fighting and
then years of diplomatic scrapping

would wind up the whole affair.

They apparently reckoned without
their host tho, as has been demon

strated by the falling off up to th3

last few weeks In business in nearly

all lines.

"However, as the old saying goes,

'every o'oud has its silver lining,

and this one has only come up to the

saying. Business is rapidly taking

on Its natural gait and it will now
be .but a short time until the 'war

scare will be only a memory.

"The business world now realizes

that the (European war is an indefi

nite proposition and commercial pur

suits haven't the time to wait for it

to end, 'hence the industrial enter

prises have decided to again take up

their? work where- it began to lag

some months ago.

"v1tbln thV !past few "T' hours the
cotton exchanges in JNew York and

New Orleans have opened their doors

and began operations, the embargo
on cotton shipments to many foreign

countries has been raised, and with
the plans on foot In many quarters

for (handling this staple, it can now

ibe only a short time until the crop

win (begin to move rapidly at fair

prices. I say fair prices guardedly,
but I really bell ere that good prices
are .bound to prevail, as the shortage

in many manufacturing centers must

be supplied and nothing can be sub

stituted 'for the South's great asset-

cotton. ; -.. -' :

Aue iw xorK isiocks Jiixcnang

opens today, which is bound to stim

ulate every large Industry in the

country.

. loaay is the day set for the
opening of a new banking plan which
the best financiers claim is going to

prove the greatest blessing the far

mer nas ever experienced. It re

leases millions of dollars for use In

channels that have heretofore Jbeeh
in a vay considered closed so far as
real values in the loaning circles of

the country are concerned.
"The naval -stores markets in Sa

vannah and Jacksonville opened to

day and you will see posted tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow a number of real sales made,
which, will practically be the first

since the European war began. Thes

saies win aouDtiess start at the

prices which prevailed at the close of
the market at that time, 43 cents o-

thereabouts for turpentine and $3.50

to $6 per 2 S 0-pound barrel of rosin

. miu lucsst; conaiuons, 1 see no
reason .Jwhy business should not at

once resume its normal tenor.
'VV-n. Un-.

no.c ;t;eii me war, ana we
have also come to the conclusion

that looking on at this distance with

commercial fear and trembling is not

the natural thing for Americans to

do. Our disposition is to be up an

doing, and this thing of letting a war

thousand of miles away put a damp

er on our industrial, life cannot
on any longer.

fFlorida can reasonably look for a

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xu& liiuuLiia, as iravei to toreign

countries is likely to be anything- bu

pleasant as long as -the troubles be

tween the nations exist. While this
section of the state i3 a year round

section with our agricultural inter

ests and we do not depend upon the

tourist for our existence, their com

ing to the state goes to help the gen

eral -Welfare of all sections. With

the installation of a daily boat be

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of ailments. It is trifling, toototale medicines of xinlmovn cr doubtful ingredi ingredients.
ents. ingredients. If your stomach gets out of ofdeiyyour food is not digested and, of course,
your blood gets thin and you become weak; ready to be a prey to the disease
gerais always ready to attack the run-down and the anaemic. : If your
liver can't do its work, your blood becomes, impure and many troubles
follow. If your bowels are irregular, poisons accumulnl in your body.

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A3 a consequence you are vigorous, full of snap, end life! Forty years co 'Br. Fibres
discovered that a glyceric extract of Golden Seal and Oregon 'crr.?2 rests, cf queen's rest

and bloodroot with black cherry bark would aid all
the digestive organs to work as. Nature intended
they should. Thousands have found that the Golden
Medical Discovery he then introduced to the world
has restored them to health when suffering from
stomach and liver troubles. Now is the time for
you to try this famous, remedy and to secure
for yourself a larger share of health and strength.
You can pel th Golden llcdlccl Blzzcvzrg
in tablet pr liquid form rcn dsalars
in medicine or cend SO cne-ccht damps '
for a trial box cf Dr. Pierce's tallcis.
The knowledge you ought to, have about your body and to
enable you to avoid Eickness you will find in Dr. Pierce'a
great book, The Cocamon Sense Medical Adviser. Thousands
of copies have been sold at $10 each, but you can get a copy
free if you will send 31 one-cent stamps merely to pay for the

mapping and xxuiuing of trie newly revised and up-to-date
efdition. Addres: Dr.Pietce, Invalids Hotel, Euilo,N,Y.

vi-n took La Grippe cad tembla rain la rsy tile.

ana t doctor saia ci lunjr wsa &ueetea.,T.wn
Zrfc ii Tctlcr,- cf At-.: J, liaria, i:-:te 1. "I
commenced ciar 2.Ie.csJ D.sccvery ia t I

five weeks.' IXad cold ewesta and was like on who I
was dyin. Idid rtot th!&k I tvnuli ever .st Etror A

asaia.'" 1 osedy Gouest lsoctl .c-.seoverjr.-far tt

a.xut lira isoslhs, azJ
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ciacs in the f sjzly t cr a
curler cf ycnrs.L"it tllj
winter I triad them ry.

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may reaEonaoiy expecx xnousanas 01

travelers in our city who have for

merly given us the goby.

"Citrus fruits have ibeen off in

price for the past two weeks, hut I

have here quotations ..from several

markets showing a marked increase,
which T attribute entirely to the cer

tainty that (business is rapidly getting

hack to where It was a few months
ago.'

"In view of the .act that every everything
thing everything is cbniing around all bright, yl

trust that the people. of our hustling
city will 'get together on questions of
public welfare 'bury the hatchet

and o' to work as a unit for the up upbuilding
building upbuilding of every- legitimate under undertaking
taking undertaking that suggests itself at this
time. ;v Lret's keep Oeala .where she
belongs1 at the top of the column
of Florida interior cities.
"Our county fair this year prom promises
ises promises to he the ibest in the history of
the organization, and every loyal
citizen of the county should add his
Influence to that end.
"The 'war is over (so far as our
business lethargy Is concerned) so
Iets forget It and pmceed withv the
work of making Florida the great greatest,
est, greatest, grandest spot on earth."

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Blr. T. ,Luckie's steadily in increasing
creasing increasing business often causes him
to add to his already efficient plant.
His 'latest improvements are a gen generator,
erator, generator, enabling him to charge stor storage
age storage t batteries of autos direct, a big
lathe of the latest pattern, and some
other excellent machinery. Mr.
Luckie and his intelligent helpers al always
ways always do their work well and are kept
busy.;"'.;. :'.V yy''-r ::, '..

CARD FROM MR. CALDWELL

To the Citizens of Ocala: As my
name is the only name that appears
in a full page advertisement which

was printed in the Star of the 7th.

inst. and the Banner of the 8th Inst.,
and many citizens have asked wheth whether
er whether I was responsible for it, I desire to
state that my only connection there therewith
with therewith was the making of the affidavit
at the request of Mr. R. C. Camp as
to 'the present : cost- of manufactur manufacturing
ing manufacturing current, and I had nothing to
do with any estimate of probable cost
of future manufacture of current.
Respectfully, J- C. Caldwell.
HOSPITAL NOTES

Mrs. Boynton was brought in from
Lowell and operated on last night for
appendicitis. Her condition con considered
sidered considered serious.
(Mrs. W. Wilson and infant
daughter left the hospital yesterday
and are now guests ot 'Mrs. Wilson's
parents, Mr. and -Mrs. G. W. Maftin.

Do you hunt? If so, save money
by buying your shotgun and shells
from the Ocala Pawn and Loan Of Office.
fice. Office. "Why Pay More." ld-7

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Nature's Willing Workers arc
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If It !? tczt'Ta, ilrr.ttlfs, i,o!Js cr rcrse
rcnr afeuf.rl is ii. -S. S., te famous
tkxd purifier.' It Is clTTtys ilnod up to
attack diseased I Ioc;L And It alrrajs dos
tic for!:. It d th work after dleap dleap-j;ciatraer.tt.
j;ciatraer.tt. dleap-j;ciatraer.tt. Liter il'.i-cd socialists,, mer mercury,
cury, mercury, ioIlIc, s:rjcl;rilne, arsenic cad other
d'trnctlre x'.vx-zi tLct I:ave r-srvl a har har-,"fit
,"fit har-,"fit (f ciftaiiu and Jr.ft a host cf Invalids
.-i-ssiE .5 1 ; v."t Is. tn. c;ze. S. S. S.
Is t. t s rcli' a Crujr aa te e-.pldity or Ig Ig-rcriico
rcriico Ig-rcriico Z tzr.n r.-'.rM at to produce.
It Is Nature s irorde rio! contribution to
err Eecesjlts. I. w z.cU rf..; iec.use it
czzi n"t to JT-I'preJ: "sr. t-t mr.de anj
ctitr r:&? !L;:n t- hj 'Nature's prod products
ucts products tiJ proUuve v L:t ofsen know
P. S. K.. v.rlc gr-at-&t cedicine.
TLere f.':? f(q fTTjwrpro fhat bad an
eld Ecr6 cr ulcer ti.;u Lc:iiJ z'.l the salve
k&cwii. .rcl yit S. 3. taken Sntu the
Mood jr-st nat :rr-!lj p::t Into that old sore
the e!er-:cn: that made new tissue, new
Ctsh, arid covert d it with a new ccating of
healthy Eklr:. Get 'a bcttle, of S. S. S.
today cf any drugsrest and be on the way
to perfect Mocd health. But beware of
substitutes. Tcr special advice consult the
medical department. The Swift Specific Co.,
5 Swift Bids?., Atlanta, (la. It Is free
and has helped a multitude.
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
"ntrctor in the city.
The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
POULTRY
. --at
Freeman's Market
ACADEMY STREET
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 iXortfc. Magnolia St.,
Clothing Repaired, Cleaned and
Pressed While You Wait
WORK GUARANTEED
E. L. ANDERSON, Prop.
HENRY M.- WILLIAMS
UNDERTAKER
1213 West Broadway, Ocala, Fla,
with E. C. Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South Magnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. M. F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other -persons shaving claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly -proven to the undersigned with within
in within two years from this date, to-wit:
TT!his 23rd day of October, A. D, 1914.
, JF. P. Gad son,
George, Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2S-wed
Old shoes made new; sewing your
soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re Repair
pair Repair Shop, 415 iN. (Magnolia street.
Folly of Revenge.
By taking revenge a man Is but
even with his enemy, but in passing
It over he is superior. Bacon.
XOT1CE OF ELECTION"
Ocala, Florida, Nov. o, 1914.
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned as mayor of
the city of Ocala. a municipal corpora
tion organized and existing- under the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim and give notice that a muni municipal
cipal municipal election for the city of Ocala Is
hereby called and will be held In the
said city of Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the
8th Day of December, A. D. 1914
for the purpose of electing- "a
mayor of the said city; also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
councilmen from the second ward, to town:
wn: town: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of E. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward: also
two councllmen from fourth 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 J. X. Tolar for the ?aid
city aforesaid and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. One: O. B. Howse, F B
Beckham, J. H. Spencer, Inspectors, "and
; J. Kea, clerk.
Ward Xo. Two: C H. Mathews, Isaac
Stevens, C. M. Livingston, 'nspectors
and II. H. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward Xo. Three: L. Warner, L.
Hurst. A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and J.
E. Bailev, clerk.
Ward s'o. Four' E. W. Kraybill, I. W.
Ogle, W H. McConn, Inspectors, and
A. Y. Strunk, clerk.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON,
Mayor of Ocala, Florida,
Attest: H. C. STSTRUNK.
City Cleric lJ-6-fri

THE TRAF DRUMMER. x
He's a Foal Worker In His Way, but
Hs Is A so a Trust.
It Is great to watch a trap player In
a band. One who did not know would
think that be kept a junk store and
had gone crazy.
He bss a bam; drum aud a snare
drum at (1 a cymUil and a triangle ana
some slolshbeils Hiid a sandpafer din din-kus
kus din-kus and heaven Knows what all.
He plays all these at once or sepa separately,
rately, separately, as the t-.ise may be. And he
does it as well as if he were a centi centipede.
pede. centipede. We always wonder as we watch
him where he ki?eps bis other hands.
"Forewarned Is forearmed," but he
must bave leeii forewarned and spell spelled
ed spelled It wrou;:. Of will watch the orches orchestra
tra orchestra leader like tv hawk, and at a given
signal he will drop the pot lid he Is
beating and take a few pokes at an
egg beater or a nutmeg grater.
A trap drummer's sheet of music
must read funny. We firmly believe
he could take a, handsaw, an ice cream
freezer, a Jack plane, a tree book, a
wash boiler, bottle of ink and a curtain
rod and play tae "Star Sparkled Ban Banner"
ner" Banner" "on them, carrying all four parts.
He will be lickling the ribs of the
triangle wben the expression of the
leader's face changes or be gives his
batonlc chair l ?g a wilder swing down downward
ward downward an3 "Bte.m. blamf be swats the
eternal daylights out of a bass dwimv
Then, while he is taking a rest from
the bass drum, be rolls on the kettle kettledrum
drum kettledrum and stojs it hurriedly to rub two
pieces of sandpaper together briskly.
Nobody but himself ever knows
what he will do next.
He Is a nois? trust, a combination in
restraint of tie musical trade.
If he were to play only one Instru Instrument
ment Instrument instead of all tbe lot about eleven
other willing members of the musi musicians'
cians' musicians' union would get jobs.
We love the rxap drummer, but down
with him! ne is our worst industrial
menace. Indianapolis Star.

His Intentions.
A young man who had been, calling
rather frequently of late on a Rich Richmond
mond Richmond girl was waiting for her in her
father's library the other evening when
that stern pa reni entered the room.
"Young man." said the S. P.. "I
want to know your intentions."
"Why." was the answer, "my present
intentions are to go home."
And he did. Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Investigating.
Blackstone Kent (to partner) Have
you investigated Mrs. Brown's case
sufficiently to say whether we wpuld
be justified in asking a divorce?
Partner Well, I have asked the mer mer-cantile
cantile mer-cantile agencies for a report on her
husband's financial standing. Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Before the Ambulance Arrived.
"WelV sighed the thin man, "It is
Monday morning, and It is a case of
showdown with me."
"What's the trouble?" asked the fat
man.
"I'm a salesman In a feather store,"
replied the thin man. Cincinnati En Enquirer.
quirer. Enquirer. A Useful Friendship.'
"I'm sorry Jack's coming here to tonight
night tonight for I'm going to the theater with
Harry."
"But I thought you were engaged to
Jack."
"I know It, but since we have been
engaged we can't afford to go to the
theaters." St. Louis Tost-Dispatch,
A Killing Joke.
"I've killed line after line and col column
umn column after column," he was telling an
admiring circle of friends. "Some dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished military man, I suppose?"
asked the stranger. "On the contrary,"
confided the man at his right, "he's
the news censor." Buffalo Express.
Appreciation.
Towne Do you make your cook pay
for what she breaks?
Suburbs (in amazement) Make ber
pay? I should say not! Why. every
month, besides paying her salary, we
reward her liberally for what she
didn't break. Philadelphia inquirer.
Perfectly Tame.
"Wombat used to be a great outdoor
man and all around sport. Is he recon reconciled
ciled reconciled to married life?"
"I think so. I called on him recently
and found him sifting ashes with an
old tenais racket." Seattle Post In Intelligencer.
telligencer. Intelligencer. Artists All.
"The dentist is an artist." said
The funny Mr. Heath;
"The pencil doesn't earn him bread.
But I've seen him draw teeth.'
Cincinnati fSnquirer.
The barber Is an artist, too."
Quoth waggish Mr. Lutz;
"For every story he tells you
Ha illustrates with cuts."
Columbia Stat.
The politician's campaign Job
Is something pretty big.
Tor though he's not a ditcher, yet
He surely has to "dig."

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vor flavor purity crispness
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moisture-pro of p ackage.
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A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
strengthening. Fresh
baked and fresh de delivered
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A delightful new bis biscuit,
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fresh, xo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL BISCUIT
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Always look for that Name
3IAOHINE REPAIRING
I wish to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that 1 now have an experience!
sewing machine repair man and If
word Is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House, cr to me -personally 'he 'Will
call on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or Tegulating on yxur ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter .what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may nave,
Respectfully B. Ooldman,
11-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
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IT REAIilA" IK)ES RELIEVE
RHEUMATISM
Everybody twho is afflicted with
rheumatism in any torm should by
all means keep a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on 'hand. The minute you
feel a spain or soreness ln a joint ,or
muscle, iba the it ith Sloan's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Do not Tub it. Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
the seat of pain, relieving the hot,
tender, swollen Reeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a Ibottle of Sloan's, Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and shave it In
the (house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money iback if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief.
CUT OUT PAPER ROLLS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 11-6.
Living for Others.
It probably never occurs to a young
man or woman thdt he cr she is "hard
to live with." That I3 a phrase we
always, sornehov. use about other peo people.
ple. people. But why? Why net occasionally
consider whether the difficulties we
complain of may jjt be partly the re result
sult result of our own sharp angles and self selfish
ish selfish wills? The art of living with oth others
ers others 13 largely the art of living for oth others,
ers, others, and not for ourselves.
BEST COUGH MEUICIXE FOR
CHILDREN
"Three years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Ujon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it foene foene-fited
fited foene-fited him at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children because
it is pleasant to take. They do not
Object taking it," 'writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be given a child as confidently as to
a: adult. Sold by all dealers. ad 1

THE CORRECT SKIRT.
Comparatively Short, but Worn With
Coats Long In Line.
In havinji street skirts cut see that
tbe short skirt, the one which empha emphasizes
sizes emphasizes the latest ruling aa to lergth, is
worn only with a high weighted top
.and with a coat whose skins are long'
All of the new -models which were
responsible for the Introduction of the
short skirt styles for fall were made
with either coat skirts which fell to
the knees or else simulated the effect
by elevating the waist line to the di
rectoire line and attaching long skirts
from this position, which reached be
low the hip line.
Tbe first of these styles, introduced
last spring by I;Hiuin of Paris, de
ferred to this rigid style line by pro providing
viding providing the tailleui with a long incroy
able-coatrail. thus preserving the long
line effect considered such an essen
tial point of the short skirted models.
Flounei?d skirts also show circular
cut propensities.
For evening wear a circular cut skirt
Is le dernier cri Would yon be gown'
ed In the very latest, have n circular
skirt mounted upon a circular cut hip
length .yoke, worn with a bodice of
very tightly fitting characteristics,
really early Victorian In guise and pro-.
Tided with a normal waist line.

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DOMESTIC SCIENCE.
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To repair a tablecloth, lay It quite
fiat ar.d cover the hole with a piece
cf pkdn Brussels net; tack it on and
darn with fine flax.
To revive withered flowers p.'unge
the stalks In boiling water and leave
them In .it till It becomes cold. Then
cut about one inch from the ends of the
stalks.
To clean white enameled furniture,
ase a solution made by dissolving one
tablespoonful of soda in a pint of warm
water. Saturate a soft cloth aud wash
off the furniture.
Destroy, the smell of paint by placing
pailfuls of cold water In the rooms
which are being painted. Change the
water night and morning, and when
possible add a handful of bay to the
water tn each pail.
VJI C UlllVl U.U
gist crush it and sprinkle it among
the clothes. Yon witl find it the finest
thing on record fcr keeping t moths
away from everything, and one can
use garments at 'a minute's notice, as
there Is no smell left by bitter apple. J
To tint curtains cream color mix a
bowl of cream starch and another of
white. Add a small quantity of the
cream starch to the white before each
curtain is starched. This makes the
curtains all the same tone, which
would not be the case were they.' put
directly Into the cream starch.
REMARK ABIiE CUIUS OF CROTJi
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got him bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon
estly ibelieve it saved 'his life,' writes
Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the iryhlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most gratefu
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale toy all dealer s.at
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through love and sympathy : to
lead pupils toward higher ideals of
life and duty; to establish closer re relations
lations relations between home and school and
state ; to exalt pui Ity of life and con
duct; to strengthen the moral tone of
the community; to make good men
and women; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education attractive; to magnify the
state; to meet the need for educated
citizenship ; such 13 the exalted mis mis-tion
tion mis-tion of the teacher. Hon. Charles It
Gklnner.
IMPORTAVJ?
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets notonly move the bowels,
bui imnrove the appetite and
.strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. aa
Does Away With Footlights.
Footlights have been omitted from
1 new German theater, a better meta-
d of illuminating the stage having
een devised.
ACKNOWLEDGE IT
Ocala Has to Bow to the Inevitable,
Scores of Citizens Prove It.
After reading the public senti sentiment
ment sentiment of this representative citizen
of Ocala given below, you must come
to this conclusion: A remedy which
proved so beneficial years ago with
the kidneys, can naturally be expect
ed to perform the same work in sim
ilar cases. Read this:
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, 104 Fifth St.,
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the !best of satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out of order, I was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten.
At times 1 couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my back. I had other troubles
as well. Doan's Kidney Pills have
always brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Fraser had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 4.

To Be Upright in Our Rcr.Iin-3
' 'We rut,'.. 1
OUR MEATJ3 V? RIGHT
iMaldng it Tlssy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME TIIU.M.

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And if the teams could talli they would thr.r,Tr 3-011; too for I -!r-""T-to
lighten the load on the heaviest day cf tlio v;c:I;t whicli I3 u7

rest for nearly everybody but this

IuGTADLIJIlI2D 1552.
OCAL-V FLORIDA

First consideratiqa and especial
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.Teams' For Rent LlQlitdnd Ecavy Elcrillr.;:'

Packing and Storing l A

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Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
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Pullman cars, from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis Loulvllls rr.l
Intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OB5 ERVAXIO? CAR3
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STANDARD RAILRO AD OF

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

Medical,- SurQical'-.HydropaM

Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. butto
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between I no
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. ML TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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THE OCALA CV3fl3U GTA1U SIOXDAY, NOVE3IBER 10, 1914

FECIALS

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

CARX BUILDING

BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

PHONE 163

OCALA, FLORIDA

I Marion County HJerniocrate j
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Tlie Slarion County Democratic Club meets next WEDNESDAY
NIGHT In the K. of P. HALL at EIGHT O'CLOCK.
All members should be present.
All citizens who believe In and hope for a progressive city are
earnestly requested to join the. club. .'
Questions of vital importance will be discussed.
' H. M. 3HNSHALL, Secy.

who owns the dwelling- the
in your name?

business property- that stands

of course you think that you do;, but are you right?
i
tha question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth. nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti-
iul for Individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.

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Dining Room in Connection

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Five Miles west of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio

Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889

CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS

0. S. TOST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County. FLORIDA

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cussed particularly the aim and work
of the rural school commission.
S. W. Williams, supervisor oi the
Wetumpka colored school, called and

reported that they
and secured water
and presented the

had dug a well
in good quantity
bill for same.

airs. iRoberts, matron of the dormi dormitory,
tory, dormitory, called and discussed with the
board the situation 'and the means
of securing patronage for it.
It was agreed to have a reception
in order to better acquaint the pub public
lic public with the institution and the board
agreed for a limited amount of ex expense
pense expense for it. It was also agreed that
some scheme of advertiseing it should
be adopted.
(Notice "was received from the state
department of education that the
semi-annual apportionment of the
state one (mill tax made to IMarion
county was $5,329.80.
tA letter was presented from the
IMt. Tabor colored school making re request
quest request for an extra -pair of steps .for
their new 'building, also to have it
ceiled, also more iblackboard surface,
more desks, another heater and some
maps for use in the building. It also

stated that the building in tne sec

ond story was not sufficiently ibraced.

It was agreed to furnish the desks
and ask the district trustees to look

after the steps and the "bracing.

(A request from GSbenezer school to
accept a number of puplls from fLevy

county was declined.

A request (from the Oklawaha
school o increase the salary of their

teacher was refused.'

A rpnort from the trustees of the

-"jr
aiartel school was presented in which

they agreed for air. W. J. Seoking-

er to continue sending to the iFellow-

ship school for the ipresent term and

this was approved by the iboard.

RepoTts of Mr. J. H. Eames, super-

visoirof construction for the several

Ocala buildings, were presented and

thesA Tenor ts were favorable as to

the present progress of the work

A report was 'presented from the

trustees of the Moss luff school stat-

that a Tecent trouble In the school

had been satisfactorily settled.

iResienation of the teacher of the

Central school was reported and U

was oroereato suddiy 'ine iDiace -is

soon as a teacher could (be secured.

Paving of side walk notices from

the citv of Ocala were ordered In

definitely postponed for action.

Letter from the supervisor of the

Moore's Pond colored school, was

presented in which he declined to ap

prove the apDointment or iewis

.Reeves as supervisor in his stead and

ordered to write both factions

and call a meeting to select a super

visor for appointment to fill out the

present term. v

IA. (proposition was presented "from

the iEureka colored school to leave

off two months of the present term

and to tbe given the old white schoo

This was

Star Want Ads. Bring Results

house and some desks.

agreed to by the 'board.

A request was presented from the

supervisor or the uiphur ssprings

colored school for some more desks

and to have two toilets erected and

the Tequest was granted.

Prof. J. !Lt. Wiley called and re

ported upon the condition and prog

ress at (Fessenden Academy.

The secretary was authorized to

secure additional filing cases for the
use of the office.

The (boaTd adjourned until 7:30

that evening.

Wednesday Night Session
The -board met with all members
present and acting.
It was agreed to pay J. J. Brlnson
$10 for let of the IDureka school.
The minutes for the meetings on
August '31, September, 1 and 2 and
the special sessions of September 15

ana uctorber 7, 8, 9 were read and

approved.

'ine looara adjourned until Thurs

day morning.
Thursday Morning Session

rrne (Doard met with all members

present and acting.

The following hills were ordered

paid from county -funds: J. -L,. B

(Hudgens for freight on desks for (Fel (Fellowship
lowship (Fellowship school, $22J1'2; Bl R. Blitch
for per diem and mileage as board

member, $11.'20; W. O. Carn for same

$8.i20; J. S. G. Grantham for same,

$11.80; T. P. Benard, agt. for freight

on desks for Fort McCoy, $8.13; W

D. Cam for extra time for hoard du duties
ties duties $8; E. E. Converse for desks' for
Roper Farm $11.60; also for desks

for Shady S14.o0; same for (Fellow (Fellowship
ship (Fellowship blackboards $8.30; same for

Beileview; quarter-round .90; same
for desks for Sulphur Springs $63.60,
IMarion Hardware Company for paint painting
ing painting material for dormitory $5.71;
Jno. M. Gratham, for treasurer'?
commission $47.92; Marion Hard

ware Co., for building materials for
Fellowship $1.59; same for heater
for Martin $6.17; same for heater
for Fairfield $5; same for nails for
Fellowship blackboard $.25; same for
materials and furnishings for dor dormitory
mitory dormitory $85.94; W. (D. Carn for sun-

$14.90; Ocala Seed store for material
for dormitory $15.40; M. L. McQuaig
for building toilets at Eureka $8; E.
T. Helvenston for sewing materials
for Howard Academy $5.79; Mrs..M.
C. Gray for nails for Clarksville
$4.75; Mclver & Mackay for table

and chairs for 'Kendrick $4.25: same

for window materials for Pine Grove

$6.4 5; same for materials for Ocala

High school S2.4 7: "same for black

board material for Ocala S4.95:

same for sash locks for dormitory

$.75; same for stool for Ocala prima

ry school $1; same for furnishings

for dormitory $3.65; same for sup supplies
plies supplies for Howard Academy $ 1.45 ;

same for furniture for Ocala high
school $67.50; E. E. Converse for
lumber for dormitory $4; S. W. Wil

liams for digging: -well for Wetumo-

ka school $4.65: G. W. Washington

for. hauling lumber for same $2;

Martel Lumber Co.. for lumber for

new building at Fellowship $77.10;

H. &. W. G3. Drew Co., for desks for
Orange (Lake $36.97: J. .H. Brinson

for office expenses $13.; Mclver &

MacKay for blackboard supplies for

Fellowship $7.80; J. P. Schuster for

bolts and labor on Ocala hlffh school

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$1.05; W. J. .Edwards for interest on

warrant No. B. 417, $43.75; G. W

wynn for lumber for IBlaze Pond

(building $1)41.79; H. B. Masters Co,

for furnishings for dormitory $26.18;

Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., for lum

ber for Howard Academy -$8.6-4'.

iltneinauer & Co., for linen for dor

mitory $;2.'40; CF. W. Ditto for prem

ium on insurance policies for short

and long terms on Ocala new (build

ing $25628; Ocala Telephone Co.

for service i$.80; ,H. & W. B. Drew

Co. for iblackboard for Tairfleld $9.43

IH. w. Settles for (blackboard for

Clarkesville $1.44 and lumber for

well at 'Wetumpka $5.90; O. H. Rog

ers for building porch for Key Pond

$u5o; au. m, vsDorn ior insurance on

Ocala new (building $22!5; J. (H.. Bate-

man for fixing steps at JXdntosh. $1;

White Star Transfer Co. for beaver

board for 'blackboard Ocala $8: P. H

Nugent for recording deed to Hard

Rock'lots $1.10 ; H. B. Masters Co;

for crayons for Pine Grove $1 ; Drew

Co. for desks for Fort McCoy $36.09

same for blackboard for Martin $4.-

80; Ocala -Lumber & Supply Co. for

material for Howard Academy $13. $13.-52.2
52.2 $13.-52.2 ; Collier Bros, for blackboard for

Fellowship $34.'56; W. C. ISmoak for
beam hangers for Fellowship $1.50;
Ocala .Lumher & Supply Co., for fin finishing
ishing finishing material for (Fellowship $3.87;
J. B. Hall for fixing desks, at Orange
Springs $7.7'5; Esther A. Williams
for traveling expenses for Octdber as
colored supervisor of industrial work
$9.85; W. U. Telegraph Co, for ser service
vice service $1.39; iGordon S. Scott for in insurance
surance insurance on Ocala new ibuildlng $225;
Southern Desk Co. for desks for 'Fel 'Fellowship
lowship 'Fellowship $1124.31; G. W. Neville, for
desk for principal's office at (Dunnel (Dunnel-lon
lon (Dunnel-lon $ 8J50 ; J. H. Brlnson for salary
October $150; (Elizabeth Thomas for
office help $10.50; for teachers sala salaries
ries salaries on reports that were in SSO.
The following. weTe ordered paid
from tb district funds: Jno. M. Cra Cra-'ham
'ham Cra-'ham for treasurer's commissions on
Ocala $;i.l(6J14; W. T. Gary on same
for sundry expenses $150; iE. IE. Con

verse for lumber and moulding for

high school $6.68; same for ibuildlng

material at high school $3; J.. H.

Eames for services as superintendent

of construction on hijtfh school $130:

same fo- October $35;' Ocala water

works for water at Howard 'Academy

$3; H. B. Masters Co. for water cool

er for North Ocala school $2.25; J.

H. Eames for sunerintendent of con

struction on all Ocala buildings $90,;

Marion Hardware Co., for angle irons

$6; W. L. Kunze for; drilling well

$104.55; Ed. L.. Wartmann for labor

on school grounds $22.30. On Grin-

er Farm The Murray Co. for erasers

$1.S0; B. C. Murptiy ior wood and

work $10. On Buck Pond Harley

Butler for repairing and cleaning the

house $15.85; Dunnellon Develop

ment Co., for pal

race Browning

On iFellowshlp Helen

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for

On Sparr

teaching $10.
.Thornton for

4000, total fan

nount c

teacaing ?o. on lilitchton isanw

Hkloff for teaching $15; S. H. Blitch

for crayons, cups and piping $1.4 5.
On Martel A.. Gallipeau for wood $4.

On iFort King Janie Mae Perry for

teaching $15; W. J. Young for woo.
and glass for school $4-15. On Capu-

let J. I. Jones for teaching $15. On

Cotton Plant H. B. Masters Co., for

tablets and pencils $1.60. On Orange

Lake Amanda C. Wainvrisrht for

caching $10; F..M. -Williamson for

work on windows and desks $3.o0;
Drew Co. for desks $36.96. On Oak

Hill Mellie E. Tomperlin for teach

ing $10. On -Fairfield W. (L. Carter

for teaching $ 15 ; B. It. Chambers for

sundry furnishings $2,8o; Jno. w.

Smoak for chalk -$1;20. On Charter

Oak for Gertrude Snow for teaching

$10; Masters Co. for crayons and

and other items $1.40; .On Kendrick
Mary Hamifclon for teaching $11.25;
Masters Co., for crayons $.60. On

iHeidtvJUe Ollie Jones for teaching

$10. On -Pleasant Hill Floy;McCul Floy;McCul-ly
ly Floy;McCul-ly for teachings $15. On (Fort McCoy

J, irrantham for interest on war

rant $24; A. J. Nystrom & Co, for

maps and -globes '518. on lAnthony

Clarence Shealey, for janitor, fee. $6

On Summerfield Nellie .Clyburn for

teaching $1(5. On Homeland IE. J.
Davenport for teaching $15; J. F.

Parker for transporting pupils $122. $122.-50;
50; $122.-50; j. (F. Parker for hauling desks
from Cotton Plant school $1: The

Murray Co. for school supplies '$.80,

Ollie Jl'oddenberry for work on road

$1. On Shiloh tAbble Stokes for. teach

ing $10.

Messrs. JJ. IE. Chace and W. T. Gary

trustees of Ocala called and discuss

ed with the (board the general sltua-

xion oi ycaia scnoois ana the prog

ress of the work on the new build
Ings.

ing purposes Zld.ZZZ.) i

county warrants i..;rj'ed cI.srcr.M
a-ainst the district f!6,127.CD, bal balance
ance balance due by district to county $5DD $5DD-.33.
.33. $5DD-.33. It sras ordered t'lat this amount
be paid from district funds on ex expenses
penses expenses that otherwise would be pail
from county funds. -.
The, treasurer's report was pre presented
sented presented and checked oer and found ta
be apparently correct. It showed
the following condition; Balance on
hand October 1, $1.89, received of
Mrs. C. L. Bachelor as loan $3000,
tax collector $45.05, loan from IM. L.
Payne, trustee, $20), loan from S.
H. Blitch $1500, tax .redemptions
from comptroller $T25.1'3, (making
total receipts for county funds $4, $4,-872.07,
872.07, $4,-872.07, total disbursements $4713.17
balance $158.90.

The following district ibalanccs
were shown: Ocala $6SSS.02, Mc

intosh $48.89, Belhyview $179.66,

'Fantville $33.01, unnellon $50.36,

Heddick $10.57, Pine 'Level $230.03.

Mayville $37.35, Weirsdale $C0i.07,

CItra .$!l.52, Griner Farm $9.44, Bud:

Pond $212.60, Sparr $18.57, Cand-

$31.

Ier $371,46, Fellowship

Electra $24.35, Blitcliton 'S128.22,

Martel $243,75, OPort Kink S102.71,

Capulet $323,04, linaaalo $128.06,
Cotton Plant $296.74; lOrange "Lake
$257.67, Oak Hill $28.10, M033 BlufZ
$11.12, Fairfield $1.70 .-.Cottage Hill
$49.74, Charter Oak $322.81, Pedro
$21.68, Kendrlck $58.35 Oklawaha
$.79, Heidtville $344.65, Pleasant
Hill $108.45, Fort M-?y $173.66,
(Anthony $S:i.S2, Summerfield $2.73,
Homeland $81.63, total district bal balances
ances balances $ll,f510.S7.
CCo further business appearin.T tlia
board adjourned to meet in special,
session on Monday, 'November 0 for
tho especial purpose of opening bids
for. the construction of a new school
building at Citra.
J, II. iBrinson, tccy:

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DUPLICATED ill COTTOIJ. $

Cmart Modsia Thus Carried Out
In Accisrdrsnca Vilh tha Faxhicn.

$3.37; Commercial Bank for inter

est on warrants $85.80; iL. Alexander

for estimate on Howard (Academy

new building $1099:51; P. D. O'Dell

for estimate on (primary new buildin

$1000 and on 'North Ocala contract

$700; Atlanta Steam Heating Co. for
final payment on contract for heat

ing plant for new ibuildlng $100;

ocala Plumbing & .Electric Co., for
payment on contract for plumbing of

new-'high school building $100; !Lev

Alexander for third payment on con

tract for Howard Academy $262.86;

On Mcintosh F. H. Miller for teach

ing si a; on Belleview A. B. Connor
1

'ior teaching $10; W. H. Mitchell for
brooms $1.i50; Mrs. Mattie Jones for

cleaning school house $1:50. On

Fantville, Loola Proctor for teaching

1U. Jn DunnelIrn lATrs. F. iA. C!arl-

ton for Interest on warrant $36; G.
W. Neville for work on high school
$57.70; same for work on toilets
$-75; same for work on bell $7.10;
Knight & Strange for sundry furnish

ings $3.20; Edward Drake for sur surveying
veying surveying walks and enclosure $5.15;
W. J. Waters for inspecting -work on
school building $75; .Dunnellon Sup Supply
ply Supply Co., for sundry items $1.50. On
Reddick Cora Simmon3 for teaching
$10. On Pine Level Mary Creighton
for teaching $20; E. L. .Redding for

The board adjourned for noon.

Thursday Afternoon Session
Mr. IF. iE. Driver, one of the trus-

J tees of the Candler school, called and

asked for authority to purchase a

beater and ibell for the school. He
r .
was authorized to tbuy these from dis

trict funds In conjunction iwith the
.:., ; v

other trustees.

Mr. W. T. Gary called and turn

ed over to the 'board "warrant on

Ocala INo. 892 dated June 6. 1910

and which was paid July 10, 1910

oy uir. liary. iDut naa oeen 'iaeia as a

voucher among his Pa-ners.

A financial statement was present

ed of the Ocala district and showed

conditions as 'follows uo to October

: Total amount of district, war

rants outstanding $24,791.95; district

warrants Issued to take tip county
warrants 2 5544 ; amount of coun

ty donation $15,000, price paid for
Ocala lots from county funds $6000;

balance 'd ue on donation $9000; net
balance due" toy county on donation

$5i52l22 6. The following was -pre

sented as the .bond statement: par

Talue of (bonds issued $7-5.000. ac

crued interest added $83:34. total

$75,192.32, less discount '$1875, ex

pense or collection $16.02, making

net proceeds deposited in the county
treasury to the credit of the Ocala

district $73,192.32. Amount of dis-

trict warrants Issued properly charge

able against the bonding account

$63,09.4.45, amounts still due on con contracts
tracts contracts $12,237.64, amount of county

donation available $5522.26, making

net balance yet available for 'purpos 'purposes
es 'purposes of the bond issue $3382.49
The following statement- was pre presented
sented presented for Dunnellon district: par

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s.

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value of bonds issued $12,000, dis discount
count discount $474, expense of collection
$6.16, net tproceeds deposited In
treasury for 'benefit of Dunnellon dis district
trict district $11,533.04, county donation

boarding teacher $5. On
Cora -Murray for teaching

elie Williams for teaching $5.
Citra H. A. Thaliner teaching
Ocala Star for advertising bonds
Tampa Tribune for advertising
bids $8.25; Ocala Banner for

Weirsdale
$20; Eth-

On
$25;
$19;
for
same

FRESIf
Milts S Frafe
NOTE THE PRICES
Large Florida Pecans
per pound . ... 20c
Best (English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil Csuts, best (Xo. 1,
per pound . .... . 1 8c
Fresh California Raisins,
per pound 15c,
Two pound for. .... .25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. 15c
Homemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound 1 5c
ALL FRUITS CHEAPER
THAN ELSEWHERE
S. DEftlETOE
430 X. 3Iagnolia St.
CARmCIfAEL,. VBLDG.Y

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CLtrs oAUAiiDKm co-r.
The woman who dcsirc3 to sdept tt3
fashionable fad of wearing a truly
American gown, one built of cotter
and fashioned by an American drc:
inaker, has a wide variety of modelj;
that she may copy. Tbe one i"u:trat i"u:trat-ed
ed i"u:trat-ed here Is striking. Carried out la blus
gabardine, It has a scmifittins basTJa
with a deep hip yoke and gathers. 1
tunic Down the front rims a row ct
self covered buttons. A sailor collar
and cuff 3 of hemstitched orandi aro
worn with the gown.

OPEtf Dai: AXD SIGHT

Merchants
corner. Meals
at any iocr,

Cafe, A. C .L. depot
a la carte and lunches
-Adv.

CITV TAXES
The city tax books nave ;been open
for payment of 1914 taxes sinca
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they be closed Dec. 1st, after which.
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall bo
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property,
' W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. 11-C-tf

So

Upon Good Ground,
much as we are quiet and cheer

ful upon good ground, so much we live
and are, as it v jia. It heaven, It.

Sitb

J ta

. Don't forget, The aiurray Company Company-will
will Company-will have a big line of holiday r;aod3

12-St

time for Christma3.



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, 3IONDAV, NOVEMBER 16. 1014
FIRST TRAIN FROM PALATKA
GCALA OCCURRENCES f
The first train on the new. schedula
Meilii
O
came in on time this morning. (Mon (Monday
day (Monday is a dull day for travel, but it
)
V
V
liHTI';"; fiMiiiJnl
brought nineteen passengers. Mr.
W. D. Williams is conductor of the
train and Mr. Tom Hlers engineer.
This train came from Wilcox
K. of P. meet, this evening.
WEATHER REPORT
We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenub, l
which must be sold within next sixty days party has to have the money money-Better
Better money-Better see us quick. : '' )
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
thru Gainesville, connecting with
the train from Palatka at Ttochellc.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.'
Welhe, official observer for the gov
After the 19th, the 'train from Palat
Council meets tomorrow evening.
ka will come to Ocala and the train
from Wilcox will go to Palatka, con connecting
necting connecting going and coming at iRp
chelle.
ernment.
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.
Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening.
R. F.
Masons meet Thursday night.

EIGHT

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Moose meet Thursday evening.

Board of Trade meets Wednesday
evening.
Marion County Democratic Club
meets Wednesday night.
Mr. C. Y. 'Miller went to Dunn ell on
today.
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced -prices at
KREGER'S.
Mr. B. A. Brannen is out after sev several
eral several days Illness at his home on (North
Second street, east.
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
iMr. Ben Belcher of Candler "was
the guest of Ocala friends Sunday.
If you are contemplating founding
see P. J. Theus for lumber. Cash or
on credit. 12-6t.
Olr. O. B. -Howse left yesterday on
a brief 'business trip to Kisslmniee.
.
Half million ifeet second hand slum
ber, all grades, for sale cheap for
ctsh. or on credit. Annly to P. J.
Theus. Ocala. Fla. 12-
i '.Mr. A. "31. (Flanery, formerly off this
city, now of Palatka, spent Saturday
night with his Ocala friends.
s Puritr Is paramount- You get ab absolute
solute absolute 'PARITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions her-?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
iMr. John Smith is home from Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona and again in his place at,, the
H.irrinnrton barber shoD.
A few'extra large sizes of hunting
coats. Ocala Pawn and Loan Office
"Why Pay More' ll-7-4t
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
We will have an individual, tele telephone
phone telephone at the fair grounds for the
use of the public, free of charge.
Gerig's.
11-10
iMr. Ed iDreyfous, the clever, and
popular mixologist, after a pleasant
visit to his old friends in the' north
and Georgia, returned home Sctur-
CDOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices t
KREGER'S.
" During his -brief visit to Ocala
yesterday, Sheriff Dowling was the
guest of -Sheriff Galloway, who show showed
ed showed him over the city. IMr. Dowling
was much pleased ;ith Ocala.
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
a ad Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
i
'We always have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous N orris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
:Iajor R. A. Green, the well known
traveling commission -man, whose
liome is in Ocala, arrived this after after-Koon
Koon after-Koon from Jacksonville and will he at
:the Ocala ilouse for a few days.
'Tlajor and tMrs. Green arrived in
Jacksonville a week a?;o from Ohio,
nvhere JMr Green has oeen buying
grapes for several weeks, and rior
to tfcat time wa:? in the apple deal.
R:v. W. H. Coleman held servi services
ces services 'at the Lov.ell Christian churcn
Bunday afternoon. Several Ocil.ans
were resent aad had some trouble
with their automobile when t'bey
tartecP horns, but arrived in time for
a late suppc.-r.
If its go3 quality and servi;e we
liave it. Ask anybody about us.
Geri ;':, "A Reliable Drugstore." 11
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-a Ml MB AU,

Mar. lMin.
Nor. 1 .76 51
Nov. 2... 78- 55
Nov. 3. ... ... . 77 53
Nov. 4. . .,. . .80 58
Nov. 5. ...... .80 53
Nov. 6. . .... .79 54
Nov. 7 . ... ... 79 54
Nov. 8 . . .'. .79 56
Nov. 9. . . . .74 62
Nov. 10. . .72 68
Nov. 11. .71 46
Xov. 12 74 51
Nov. 13. .76 56
Nov. 14. .,76 56
Nov.; 15. ... .76' 60

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Fair and colder tonight and Tues Tuesday;
day; Tuesday; frost tonight in extreme north northwest
west northwest portion.
3IRS. 3ULL.ER
The Star regrets to hear of the
death of DIrs. Herman iMiller, an es
timable 'lady of Crystal iRiver, at her
home In that town this morning. She
was a friend of Olrs. OI. C. Juhan,
who left this afternoon to attend the
funeral, (Which -will take place to
morrow morning.
OPEN DAY AND "SIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour.- Adv.
iMr H. (M. iHampton, who has beerr
ill for the past month, 4eft Saturday
ternoon for the north, to spend
en days or fcwd w,3eks, to rest and
recuperate. WMisjMr. 'Hampton" has
'J
been out for thelpast week, his fph
siclans have refused to allow him to
return to his office yet.
Free telephone service for the pub public
lic public at the Rexall Store at the fair.
Telephone me at the Rexall Store on
the fair grounds. Gerig's. 11-410
.Mr. E. L.. Wartmann of Citra spent
a couple of hours in town yesterday,
en route home from the southera
part of the state.
A party of Alabamans arrived in
the city Saturday to look over Mar Marion
ion Marion county. 'Five of the party came
thru in an automobile, while two
came by rail. The party consists of
iMessrs. A. C. Golden, Tom Griffin,
Kelly Gladden, Euclid Brooks, R. E.
Lee, George Sawyer, Fred Hood -and
JM. J. Crawford. The two latter are
relatives of IMrs. J...W. Xavis. iMr.
Davis accompanied these .gentlemen
to Summerfield and surrounding
country Sunday. They intend re re-imainlng
imainlng re-imainlng in the state for the "winter
and may locate here -permanently.
The Rexall Store at the 'fair
grounds will have first class candies,
cigars, cigarettes, chewing gum and
soda water, etc. Gerig's. 11-12
The public Is invited to use our
telephone, free of charge, while at
tho fair grounds. Gerig's the Rexall
Store.' 11-10
DESPONDENCY DUE TO INDIGES INDIGESTION
TION INDIGESTION It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
are a few. words of hope and cheer
for them ruy IMrs. Blanche (Bowers,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It ried every every-things
things every-things that I 'heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a bottle of them, did I
find the right treatment. I soon be
gan to improve and since taking a
few -bottles of them my digestion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
Leggins, hunting coats, saddle
bags and other huuter's necessities,
at the Ocala Pawn and Loan Office.
''Why Pay More." 11-7
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Pennants and pillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGBR'S.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax hooks for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
open.
Be sure and king or send a, cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
'bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2 ) per cent, discount for all
November payments .and 'one (1)
per cent for December payments.
. Yours very truly.

irtC

' W. L. Colbert,
I ll-3-2ra Tax Collector Marion Co.

SUNNY JIM REDUCED
TO TRI-WEKKLY SKRVICK

v The Star regrets to learn that af after
ter after Nov. 19 Sunny jim, the popular
train between Ocala, and Lakeland,
will make only three trips a week.
On alternate days it will run between
Ocala and Wilcox, going via Dun DunneUon.
neUon. DunneUon. and the new extension.
Sunnyjim hasn't 'been paying ex expenses
penses expenses 'for some time, so we can't
1lame the Coast (Line for reducing
its service. .', -J ' :
"BUCK" AGAIN IN BAD
J. A. Hamilton, 'better known in
Ocala ard Jacksonville as "Buck" is
again in the .hands of the law. ;
Sheriff Galloway received a war warrant
rant warrant .several days ago for the appre
hension of "Buck" who was indicted
in Jacksonville same five months ago
for grand embezzlement, and arrest
ed him last Saturday. J
Sheriff Dowling, of .Duval county,
was notified of Hi is arrest and came,
down for him Sunday, returning
with his, prisoner on the Seaboard
Limited in the afernoon.
Several weeks ago "Buck" passed
what proved to he worthless ; checks
on an Ocala merchant, hut several of
is friends, came to his rescue and
ttled the matter.
Just what the -present charges are
based on we did not learn. ;
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
lost found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local deeds
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, Vail
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde; Crystal River, Fla. .9-9-tf
FOR SALE LHomemade, jellies, .pre .preserves,,
serves,, .preserves,, canned fruits, pickles and
catsup. Ddrs. P. H. Gilien.
WANTED -To buy a second-hand
Instantaneous gas water heater:
aiust !be in good condition. Apply
to Box 223, Ocala. 11-7-tf : 4
FOR (RENT A furnished room
for two gentlemen or anarried -couple;
electric flights, hath, etc. ;
rates reasonable. Apply at 303 N.
Orange street after 5 p. m. 11 9-6t
WANTED rThree unfurnished rooms
by young married couple." iMust
be close in and in desirable neigh neigh-horhood.
horhood. neigh-horhood. Address care Star, dh
LOOK lM'EN We will teach the ;bar-
iber -trade and give you a position
in, a few weeks in our shops, Tools
'Free. All for $30. Terms $15
down and $15 in ten days. You
make money while learning. Write
us today. Jacksonville Barber
College, S22 W. Bay Street, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, 'Fla. Wed.&Sat
IFOR RENT -December 1st, a four-
room cottage1, electric wired, soft
water; $6 per month. Apply at
,1106 S. Orange St. 13-6t
LOST Ladies' small ihlack handbag
with glasses, keys, handkerchiefs
and other small articles of no use
to any one but the owner. Person
finding same will be liberally re rewarded
warded rewarded iby leaving same at COO Ft.
5 King avenue. 16-lt
FOR RENT Two or three furnish furnished
ed furnished rooms for light housekeeping,
r just north '"of postoffice. Large
rooms and reasonable rates. 206
North 3Iain street.', or see Qlclucas,
at Ocala sHouse barbershop. 1 6-6t
FOR SALE iUpright Everett piano,
good condition, ?50; new crib,
$3.50. 203 Watula street. Phone
408. 16-6t
Dally Thought.
Be cheerful, and seek not eternal
help, or the tranquility which others
give. A man must stand erect, and
not be kept erect by others. Marcus
Aurelius.
Family Trees Defined.
While the family tree of the ele elephant
phant elephant runs mostly to trunk, that of
the chorus girl dees nothing of th&
sort.
Elocution.
Elocution doesn't go far enough. It
merely teaches us how to spaak, not
when.

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Merchants, Block

2x90 Sheets, with seams, regular

50c

article

Seven yards
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to a customer

Lotus Eaters.
In Greek legends, lotus eaters were
a people "who ate tjiefmit and drank
the juice of the lotus a prickly shrub
possessing the power to cause con consumers
sumers consumers to lose all thoughts of noma
and kindred and to sink into a stupor
in "which, they were but half awaka
and half asleep. The term is now
sometimes applied to persons who for forget
get forget the claims of relatives and coun country,
try, country, or to those who lead a languid
and listless life.
Christian Faith.
Christian faith is a good cathedral,
with divinely pictured windows. Stand Standing
ing Standing without, you see no glory, nor can
possibly imagine any.- Standing with within,
in, within, every ray of light reveals a har
mony of unspeakable splendors. Haw
thorne.
Liszt a Dry Smoker.
Liszt was a dry smoker of a pecu peculiar
liar peculiar .type. Massenet, who knew, hlni
well in his later years tells us that
Liszt could not play unless he had a1
cigar in his mouth, which he never,
troubled to light. He would sit down
to the piano with a cigar between his
teeth and keep munching It all the
time he played. When the cigar was
quite eaten up, the Abbe would risa
from the instrument exhausted.
v'Eyes of Youthful Genius.
Chattertons, brilliant gray eyes
were.,-; his most remarkable feature.
Under strong excitement v one ap-
peared brighter and, as in the case of
Byron, larger than; the other. Calcott
says: "It was like the eye of a hawk
and one could isee.his soul through
it." Barrett "never saw such eyes,
fire rolling at -the bottom of them,"
and he confesses that he often pur purposely
posely purposely differed In opinion from Chat Chat-terton
terton Chat-terton to see how wonderfully his eye
would strike fire, kindle and blaze up.
Merely Woman's Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying his
wife's millinery bill of $375 for five
hats all purchased in one week. He
claims they are not necessities. The
Idea! Just give any woman a chance!
Five hats! Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through the ordeal of selecting
five hats and getting them to suit her
should be allowed to have a3 many
as she wants! It's hard work!
Too Much for Him.
A colored porter for a local druggist
was told to go to another pharmacy to
get some cimclf ago rasismoses. He
stood, open-mouthed, and gazed at his.
"boss," then asked: "Ain't thar any
other name for dat?"

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of tprbii or drgss Gingham

ooas, only one
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Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West,

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"AM now In business for mj'sclf. Conducting a,IIir3Ii C!.ir;-j re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order nouse. 'I "can ; give you Iho bect there

is, and as much as any one eko in business for your mency. Coven Coven-teen
teen Coven-teen years In the 'business has tsusht .tug what the pullic rrantc,
and l aia supplying-that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OI1 GOOD ) AND PIUCG

Good Old 65, Proof Bye,
Corn or, Cin, in Jugs
at per gallon.. CJO
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
gallon .
01.751

Make my place your headquarters' vShllz -in the city.. You -will b;;
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny Place." :
The FINEST BDER you ever drank, and ALL. KIND 3 of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. ,' ....

KiTTf TT'TT V-:-,FTy'' iT'' f?
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Net Patented.
Co-operation 13 the keynote in suc successful
cessful successful accident prevention worlc
Many large .manufacturers who have
designed accident prevention devices
for their own use have not patented
them in order that others may utilizo
their ideas. A large railroad company
which has designed all of the accident
prevention apparatus in use' in its ma-,
chine shops is willing to furnish blue blueprints
prints blueprints of. the devices to those who de-.
sire to Install them in their plants.
Others Need Eve's Enlightenment.
A Kansas City minister recently re re-ninded
ninded re-ninded his congregation that Eve did
lot realize she lackeu clothing until
she ate the, apple. "And," he added,
'I wish a few of the wemen of my
ongregation would eat an apple."
anas Citv- Star
Dally Thought.
Never write on a subject without
having first read yourself full of it;
and never read on a subject till you
have thought yourself hungry on it.-
Richter.

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Remember, that tc v.ill fill
ai:y. crdcrr you cend ::3 and
in?ettthb price of any ether
1c -rlV7z:ti houco.
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Gurvlval of Cupcrstitlcn.
Madaga; :ar natives have a strr.no
IdoUJft-'-isva piece of vood covcrcil
with silk and attached to. a wire vhlch
.tTrfcstp pull In a certain way TI.;os
god peri'. ms movements in all illrcc-
--i h -eat terror cf tho faitl: faitl:-tul,
tul, faitl:-tul, who believe It ia really alive. Tho
priests d ell In housps of wood, as the
god will have neiiher'stone nor brick.
To distinguish themselves from tho
other natives, the faithful wear their
bai rolled In curl-papers like women,
and keep it in the shape cf a horn by
means of pins.
t Fewer tudy for Mlr.I:try.
Statistics show that in the early
days' of American "collcscs about enc enc-half
half enc-half the graduates adopted the min ministry
istry ministry a3 a profession. At tho prcrc-t
time only about five per cent or tba
college, graduates become ministers.
New Source of Ivory.
'.French scientists have found a nerr
lource of vegetable Iv9ry jn the albu albumen
men albumen of; the fruit of a small palm grow
ing in the French Sudan.

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