OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914
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Washington, Nov. 21. No word
has been received here from Ambas
eador iMorgerthau at Constantinople
and no further communication from
either of the Unite! States warships.',
the Tennessee or the North Carolina,
was receive! mj to noon today
The tense anxiety is becoming
marked in tooth the state and navy
departments. Jt was' semi-officially
stated that the 'White House admin administration
istration administration Is determined to deal-sternly
with Turkev in the event an un unprovoked
provoked unprovoked assault on the Tennessee's
launch is proven and full reparation j
TO BE B0?S
imprisoned orkegox axd PRO PROCLAIMED
CLAIMED PROCLAIMED H I M S EL F 31 EX I C A X
Vera Cruz, Nov. 21. A rejort has
reached here that General Lucia'
not promptl;, made. v Blanco, of the constitutionalist forces
Dispatches received here indicate j by a coup d'etat, has imprisoned Gen,
that Germany is taking a hand Int0. L,-.
head of the .Mexico City government.
IS OXLY WAITING FOR VILLA TO
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Berlin. Nov. 2 1 (Via wireless )
The violent (French attacks near Ser-
ven on the "western border of the
Argonne region; have been repu'sed
with severe losses, according to the
official announcement today. The
German; losses were insignificant.
In the eastern theater of wrar a
vigorous campaign continues. The
German naval;force in the Baltic has
closed the entrance to Port Libau.
In West'.Flanders the situation Is un unchanged.
changed. unchanged. : 1
RUSSIAN ATTACK OX PRZEM YSL
Vienna, Nov. 21. Jt is ? officially
announced that the Russian attempt
to -make a grand assault of Przemysl
was repulsed' with heavy losses.
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sian armies in Poland have been ) heavy snowfall and.
checked with revere losses, accord-
the muddle and is endeavoring to per persuade
suade persuade Turkey to -make amends to the
United States. It is understood that
Germany has direct communication
with Constantinople. ; (
admixistratilv will give
tur ke v opportuxity to
explain ; :
Washington, Nov, 21 An emphat emphatic
ic emphatic denial vthat the United States has
already decided to demand reparation
from Turkey on account of the Smyr Smyrna
na Smyrna incident was made from the'
Wdiite Qiouse thi:t afternoon. The
administration intends .to give Tur Turkey
key Turkey every opportv.:tntyto apologize
or explain and will take no action
uatil it is. clearly evident Turkey
WKjn't do so.
(Mexico City, iXov. 21. It is be believed
lieved believed that the ictlon of General
Blancoin - proclaimings himself ex- r
ecutive head 'here, overruling the au authority
thority authority of General Obregon, will have
a peaceful, en-ding.' Blanco will re remain
main remain and act as the I agent through
i which the new government will take
over authority. Cten. Villa and Gen.
Gutierrez ire, expected to arrive
here within a week.
BIG CROWD TO HEK
New diaven, Coca., Nov. 21. The
largest crowd ever witnessing a
college sporting &vent is exp?cted to
turn out to the Yale-Harvard foot football
ball football game this afternoon. The weath weather
er weather Is ideal, the day toeing clear and
the nir crisp. Wagers are generally
ten to eight with Ifarvard the favor favorite.
ite. favorite. It is estimated that there Is
over half a million at stake.
COLD AVAVE IS REUEDIXG
Atlanta, Nov.' 21. Reports receiv received
ed received here from different points in the
Southern states indicate that the
mercury is risin;;. The Atlanta
thermometers registered vtwenty vtwenty-two
two vtwenty-two this morning, and it gradually
became warmer during the lay.
PREPARIIIfi TO IIIVADE
EGYPT FROM PALESRIJE
K11EDI VE WILL 1JE XOAUXAL
LEADER OF THE TURKISH
Paris, Nov. 21. A News dispatch
states that the khedive of Egypt
has joined forces with Turkey in war
against the Ttritish. He is preparing
to attempt an invasion of Egypt
CITIZEN'S WILL MEET
CRYSTAL SPRINGS VISITORS
New York, Nov. 2 1 Cotton clos closed
ed closed barely steady. December 7.2 C;
tMarch 7.57; .May 7.75.
Paris, Nov, 21. The contending!
flrmi w "ti ,"PTnnrior3 have 'been balked
Petrograd, Nov 21. The Germaa
attempts to bnsak through the Rus- Bllu,vw
ithe deadly artillery duel wa3 con
ing to the official announcement to- i tinued .while German infantry renew-
day. The; battle is intensified atj ... nn , rtWrtf
. . , led with some success the movement
-both enls-of the 4 00-mile battle!
front. At some points the .Russians j gainst the barrier of forts to 'the
are retiring to places of vantage to
give battle. Generally,. however, thej la the forests of the Argonne re-
Germans have tbecn forced upon the Sicn, .between Verdun ana rloni, ana
offensive and everywhere the Russian across the -border in Alsace and
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w i r.;m i m
, ma in i :.-t- i -, m m m m
e if in
(positions are well (maintained.
Al'STRIAXS ARK UNRULY"
i around Ypres', where the
! have been driven in West
t It is reported that
;pute arose when the
complained that the
refused to obey them.
j by the. fierce shelling from the Brit-
! lsh fleet and inundation by the Bel-
SBVKRALY VE.SSEL.S DRIVEV
fAmoin: and jia?v livi:s
COTTON! CROP MUCH GREATER
THAX IT WAS LAST YEAR
' Washington, Nov. f 21. The gov-j
ernment report issue! today shows
that there were 11,624702 hales of
cotton g'inned np to November 14,!
114, as agrainst U0,444;25.9 .Jhale t
ginned up to the same date last year
Convict lelietl Superintendent Pur-
. vis and hail' to be Killed
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The'Raiford correspondent of the!
. ' ''.;'' Starke Telegraph says:
r ' ; h Thursday morning," Nov, 1 2 the
ATLANTIC COAST LIXE v I J U .,
negro prisoners, after eating their
IS AI DIXG AGRICULTURE breakfast, armed themselves- with
" 'bed slats and sticks, and refused to
Advertising Aeeiit Will Soon be Hei-e go to work. They were ordered by
to Submit Plans for Attracting f the superintendent to come out. They
-HomeseieiWto.'T refused to come out and
a serious -dis-
, German staff ans- exhausted troops in trenches j drowned when
Austrians had i a" ic..ua0 d t h
wntie tne neavy aTtinery 'auei is ce-:
u j ing waged.
: The heavy snowfall and the
have driven tidewater inland') In Increasing
creasing Increasing the flooi area. The allies
continue to hold Ypres despite the
heavy German reinforcements.
Ste. Marie. Mich., Nov. 21.
It is believed that fifty v.ere
the lumber schooner
e.5 were lost in Lake
the superintendent, D. W.. Purvis,
I ordered them to get quiet and sit
Mr. M. R. Williams, the Ocala down for he wanted to talk to them,
agent of the Atlantic Coast Line; has They all sat down but one, the lead lead-received
received lead-received the following from Mr. W. r, a large negro; (by the name of
J. Craig, passenger traffic manager John Keene, who refused to sit down
or the road: a ';,'; ; J and toid! the superintendent not to
Dear Sir: tMr. C. A. iMaul, ad- ;cof.ie 'inside the 'building, As -Mr.
vertising agent oT the Atlantic Coast Purvis started for the building, the
Line Railroad Company, will be in negro made for him with a hed slt
your! city in the. near future for the and the negro was shot two or three
I'urbose -of meeting with the renre- limp's liv two nf tho irnnrds stnd-
sentatlve business men and large f ing near, killing him instantly. There : burned about half past
farmers to present for; their consid-j -wvas no reason given "by the negroes
ALLIES DROVE RACK GERMAN'
: ... IXFAXTRY
Paris;. Nov. 21. It Is officially, an-
perior in the recent sXorm.
other shli i were driven
WORKS "AT SILVIZi: SPRINGS
Osala, Fl.i., Nov. 9, 1914.
Honorable City Council, Ocala, ;Fla.
" Gentlemen: Nature, has' srovid:T
Ocala' with an exeellcnf, eranoiuical
n'ounce! this 'afternoon that the Ger-f natural sewerage, it ftjeins only nr-ci-
sary th.t deep wells 'be driven to
cure th benefits of this natural
vantage. The cot of tuch rm in,.i
sewerage would be much ler..
any other, and; 'by 'rrmovins; Iits v;u v;u-ter
ter v;u-ter iwoTxs plant to Silver Sprir.;-.3.
there would (be no pollution 'or wat:r
secured at that point by eaweii of
such underground sewerage. In the
I, therefore, respectfully rccom rccom-mcn!,if
mcn!,if rccom-mcn!,if -bonds are validated, that a
new electric, light plant' a;:i! ".valor
works'. 'plant -be combined .md con constructed
structed constructed at (Silver Springs. -By so do doing
ing doing the peoplo of Ocala will he cna-
The residence building on thefled to utilize this natural, Vest and
'Dewey farm Just east of the city was) least expensive method for owera;o
'man infantry attacks at Ilollebeke
have been repulsed. The French ar artillery,
tillery, artillery, forces have assumed -an ad advantage
vantage advantage over the enemy.
CROWDING THE GERMANS CLOSE
iParis, Nov, 21.--.long the Aisne
French artillery has driven the Ger Germans
mans Germans from their trenches. On tho
-Verdun slopes the. 'French pushed
forward in some places to within
thirty metres of the German trenches.
FARM RES1 DEX CF RURXE I)
j Following are the members of the
5 committee -with automobiles appoint
ed to meet the Crystal Springs dele
gation to the convention of the mar
keting bureau in Ocala on the 2."ith
inst., namely: Z. C. Chambliss. T. T t
Munroe, Jake Brown, D. W. Davis,
John R. ;Martin, Tompkins & Cobb.
Gedrge Rent2, J. -M. Teffert, B. F.
Condon; John Taylor, Knight & Lang
E!. Carmlchael. Georze MacKav.
eration a plan of community adver- -why they refused to
Using of your immediate section, to j There Is no better man toward the
promote homeseeekrs from the north j prisoners in his caTe than 55npt. Pur Pur-and
and Pur-and east. This is a cooperative j vis. He feeds them vell and does
3r etfcod that has heen in use by j net make them vrork hard. The state
western lines for a number of years, farm has some 30 0 prisoners now and
cr.d has 'been the means of attracting' about" 30 guards and ifj snperintend-
r large number of eettlers. : Mr. ed br one of the finest men of the 1 hold
2 ii j r i x i 1 mi i ..
ire in advance of his coming so part in the disturbance. They all
that arrangements for a meeting can s went to work on (Friday morning but
p.Dout ou, ana wnen uap:. rurvi3 naa
finished dressing them down with the
be made. He will
to your business men
a short talk
on the bast
last purposes to he found any.where; will
night. It was occupied, by Mr. Frei j secure hetter water, which contains
work. Burden "and family who have charge tmnch. less lime than water secured
of the farm. : The fire started from now, the benefit and advantage of the
a defective chimney and nad 'gained cheaper freight rates on coal and
such headway when discovered that other necessary -supplies for such
nothing could be done to stop' lit. plants hy treason of water, tramjpo ta-
)Mr! Burden and tiis family were able tion facilities at that pcint.
to save only a few articles of house- I beg also to recommend that the
one of the finest men of the hold furniture "as the flames qulcs- j city put down a iten-mch sewerage
The white 'prisoners took no ly devoured the property on account Lwell on each hlock In the xlty of
of the high blowing wind at the Ocala, ; an! that .'the citizens l)e r? r?-time.
time. r?-time. JfMr. Burden had no insurance j quirtfd to connect with same and pay
on his "personal effects and -we tinder-! to the city their proportion of the
stand that the building was also nn-' co.:
it cf such wells.
method of community advertising.
j 15-pound strarps.
willing to work.
.Don't carry your lunch to the fair
The ladies of (the Preshyterian- church
will serve you a delicious dinner or ground? will have nrst class candies,
lunch right there at very reasonable cigars, cigarettes, chewing gum and
prices., 20-2t, soda Water, etc. Gerig's. 11-12
The tc-tal loss is probably.
Th j Rexali Store
J; D. Robertson, Mayor.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for l j During the four days cf the Mar Mar-with
with Mar-with cash purchase of ?1 worth, of lon-Sumter Wir. we will "give 10 per
ether groceries, Saturday and Mon-jcent discount cn every purchase
day only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t I made. Little's Shoe Parlor. ..Dtf
REE THANKSGIVING MNNEiat HARRINGTON HALL
With each Suit or Overeoat Bought of us between this date and Thanksgiving
we will give a ticket for Your Thanksgiving Dinner at the Harrington Hall Hotel.
I SCMEE, Mm.
THE OCAIiA EVENING 01 Alt, SATURRAV, XOVOXBER 21. 1914,
OGALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R R. Carrol!, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin", Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., pcstoffice as second class matter.
I'll ONE 31
One year, in advance. ..
Six months, in advance. .
Three -months', in advance.
One month, in advance...
One year- in advance. ..... $8.00'
Six months, in advance..... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance..... ,80
Ocala never '.has -cold feet. She
doesn't stand still Jong enough
Again we venture to remind our
readers that it is the mercury that
rises and falls and not the ther-mometei.
staunch friends twenty-five years
ago. However he, can -assure Joe
'Reese that Alachua had a real -fair,
if there ever was one.
The libel suit against Editor
Straub of the "St. Petersburg Times
has been postponed. It might as
well be dropped.
The longer the war goes on, -.the
more horses and mules will be
worth. Its easy to raise horses and
mules in Florida."
Leo Frank's lawyers have carried
his case to the United States supreme
court. That young man may be
guilty, but he hasn't had a fair trial.
In regard to commission govern government,
ment, government, the Star will say to the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times, that it needn't be so
terrifically surprised. The Star only
wants to -be shown.
fihere Is a redhot wet'or dry cam campaign
paign campaign on in illillsborough county. It
is hard to believe that a county with
Tampa In it will vote dry, but a
great many unexpected things hap hap-pen.
Judging by the remarks of Sena Senator
tor Senator Lodge, quoted elsewhere, that
reactionary statesman thinks the
United States would be better off if
oiir soldiers were fighting the "Mexi "Mexicans
cans "Mexicans and our sailors were shelling
Since a natural soap .tree has been
found near Ocala, that section has
not been infested by tramps. Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka Times-Herald.
- You don't know what you are talk talking
ing talking about. A tramp panhandled us
fc-r a quarter in less than fifty yards
vof that same 'tree.
The apology of Editor Woods of
the Eustis Lake Region for misrep misrepresenting
resenting misrepresenting the 'Marion-Sumter Fair
Association shows two things. First
that he published the attack on the
"fair association without knowing
anything about the matter in dispute.
Second, that he is more sorry for
making the correction than he is for
-making the mistake.
Says the Tampa Times of our sen senior
ior senior senator:
A Big 3fan on the Job
. "Whatever seeming antagonism the
Ti mes may have expressed In its edi editorial
torial editorial columns against Florida's sen senior
ior senior senator at a time when It seemed
that he was in part at least to blame
for the "customs headquarters
steal," this newspaper has always
admired' !Mr. (Fletcher's attitude of
alertness when it was up to someone
to look after the interests of the
Fletcher is always dping some something
thing something for Florida,, at Washington,
and doing it well. One of his latest
undertakings is to interest Secretary
of Agriculture Houston in securing
from Congress an appropriation with
which to aid the state and the citrus
fruit growers in stamping out the
latest and most violent' menace at attacking
tacking attacking our citrus fruit groves, the
canker. Mr. Fletcher has the assur assurance
ance assurance of the secretary of agriculture
that he will do all in his power to
Insure such an appropriation and Mr.
(Fletcher will' have the (best possible
backing for his bill when he intro introduces
duces introduces it in the Senate.
(Fletcher of Florida has kept his
name before the people of the entire
country by his activity. iHe has 'been
appointed to many posts of responsi responsibility,
bility, responsibility, among them -to the chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of the commission sent abpoad
last year to study rural credits. He
is shaping up a bill to 'be Introduced
in the Senate at the coming session
which he hopes to have passed and
which Is designed to enable the
struggling worthy 'farmer -to get
money at a moderate rate of interest
with which to carry on his opera
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tering the lecture field. He was a tation Company has distributed this
brilliant writer, but only an ordinary pretty booklet all over the north,
lecturer, and when he finally enterel and it Is bound to bring many tour-
the ministry he became very melIo- Ists thru Osala to take the Oklawaha
ere Indeed, and the world ceased to trip.
hear of him. For the last ten year 3, j 1 r-w.J
he has been pastor of the Temple THE COLONIAL HOTEL
Baptist church of 'Los Angeles, and!
seems to have lived the tranquil life j Ocala can indeed be proud of her
due a man whose principal desire hotels a:d we believe they will be
seems to have been the 'dissemina-. taxed to their utmost this season
tion of good feeling. Mr. Bur3ttes ( to care for the northern visitors who
wit, both in his writings and lec- wjh be attracted here by the adver adver-tures,
tures, adver-tures, was of the kindly sort. He tIng that has been done by the
seldom resorted to sarcasm, and his Board of Trade, the newspapers, The
humor had no taint of ill humor. j Silver Springs Transportation Coin-
... .. 1 jany and the county commissioners.
CLARK AI LODGE j While not the largest hotel in the
SWAP COMMENTS cit. the Colonial, under the manage manage-'
' manage-' J meet of its owners, Mr. and SIt.
the administration's H- C. -Jones, is as pretty a little
There being more or less specula speculation
tion speculation as to who is de facto governor
of Floiida when Park Trammell is
out of the state, the Star would like
to advance the opinion that G. T
Whitfield, the governor's secretary
fis the man whose hand is on the
helm. George is always on the job.
and what he doesn't know about thej
government of 'Florida may safely go
attitude in connection -with the re recent
cent recent firing upon a boat from the
cruiser Tennessee in Turkish waters
and with the Tampico incident in the
Mexican troubles was made (Friday
night by United States Senator Hen Henry
ry Henry Cabot Lodge. Speaking before
the Middlesex club, a republican or organization
ganization organization of Boston, the senator
said: ; '.::''y. : : -.-V"-':'
The administration is content to
have it appear that the Tennessee
was fired upon to give warning of
mine3,but you all laiowi what; hap
pened at Tampico. Then within thTee
days American sailors were in Mex-
co and shedding their ibloodJ And
now the- incident of the salute
seems to have been forgotten. And
the flag was never Saluted.
"All our efforts should have been
devoted to bringing about pacifica
tion in IMexico instead of getting
If uerta out of office. As it Is now,
Mexico is in. the throes of revolution
and the two pets of this administra
tion, Carranza and Villa, are at
each other's throats."
"The party in power should re
member," iMr. Lodge added, "that
these are parlous times. It should
inquire into the state of our defense.
The presldent'says this is an academ
ic question. This is a fighting world
, fighting age. Let us find out
the condition of our army and our
navy and the state of our prepared-
ress. Let those findings be made
known to the people and then let the
people say whether the money shall
be diverted from building northern
postoffices to our defenses."
Caustic Reply from Clark
Champ Clark, speaker of the
House of (Representatives, who is
now in Savannah, when told that
Senator Lodge of Massachusetts had
criticised the "president and the
democratic administration in an ad address
dress address in Boston, said: -.-
VI regret Senator Xrodge has turn turned
ed turned jingo in his old age and seems to
be anxious' for war. (He criticises
President Wilson for- keeping, out of
war with Mexico and not precipitat precipitating
ing precipitating war with Turkey touching the
Tennessee incident because some au authority
thority authority cut fantastic capers 'before
high heaven. In such parlous times
as these some madcap is liable to do
disagreeable things at any time and
usually these things can foe set right
by a little common sense, and Presi
dent Wilson seems to hare an abund-
The Star can't understand why
anybody should consider the late
election anything but a democratic
victory. The best test of the matter
was the vote for, members of the
House of 'Representatives. The party
went before the country on its re record
cord record of the last two years, and came
out -with a clean majority of twenty-
five in the lower house of Congress.
A majority of twenty-five An a body ance or that exceedingly vaiuaDio
of less than four hundred is quite a I quality. So Senator Lodge would do
good-sized proportion. Neither the well. to smooth his ruffled plumage
democratic nor the republican party and nse his undoubted ability to help
has done so well in an off year el ec- tUe president keep us out, of trouble;
tion since the war. we neea not ooudi xne ngnyng quali
ties of the 'American people. That
The Atlantic Coast Line is doing
its part in trying to bring people to
the Marion-Sumter Fair. It has,
among other things, issued a hand hand-eome
eome hand-eome poster, setting forth the attrac
tions of the fair, and distributed it
widely thruout is territory. In its
schedules from the north and south
of the county, the Coast Line is leav leaving
ing leaving nothing to be desired, but it
might do better from down Dunnel-
"I think it pretty hard to have my
"boy burned up for a dozen eggs.
That is what the mother of young
Waldo Drew said when she was told
that the boy had been burned to
death in the fire which destroyed the
dormitory at the state reform school
St. Petersburg Independent.
If he had only been one of the
Morgan-Rockefeller bunch of capital
ists and had hypothecated a dozei
million dollars, he would have had a
state trying to excuse him instead
of locking him up in a fire-trap.
A Star reporter took a look Friday
at Ocala's two' big and well equipped
laundries- the Ocala Steam Laundry
and the Imperial. The first institu
tion has been here a quarter of a
TRAVEL ON THE TRAINS
Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star
attended the fair at Gainesville, and
gave it a good writing up. The Reporter-Star
takes this means of in inviting
viting inviting Editor Benjamin, and Editor
Harris, too, to come over and see a
real fair when the South Florida
Mid-winter Exposition holds the
boards in Orlando in February.
The editor of the Star, if he can
possibly do .so, will be glad to renew
his acquaintance with the Phenom Phenomenal
enal Phenomenal City, where he formed many
Taking off passenger, trains just at
century and under the management 1 the opening of the winter tourist sea
of Mr. E. M. (Howard has attained son appears a peculiar proceeding.
the highest state of efficiency. It The "Sunnyjim" train, on the At-
teerves a hundred or more communi-j lantic Coast Line, running from
ties outside of Ocala and brings a I Ocala to Lakeland, is to be operated
lot of money in. The Imperial, only three times a week, according
started last year, and its business is to announcement by xthe railroad
increasing steadily. Both these ex- management This train has been in
cellent establishments are rushed operation for years and has always
with work, use the most uptodate proved a great convenience to the
machinery and keep a considerable traveling public. Naturally, there is
force busy. I a loud protest on the subjeet and the
Tampa board of trade will actively
A fctar reporter Friday took a look take up the matter The reasons for
at the new machinery put in at the reducing this service are not appar-
city elecirip plant. It is a big alter- nt jso far. (Especially does it seem
nating current generator of the lat- strange just when the heaviest trav-
est pattern, and runs as steadily and el of the year is about to set in.
smoothly as a watch. Superintendent Tampa Tribune.
Caldwell and his assistant, Mr. Mc-1 If the people don't want the train
Kenzie, are very proud of it, and it taken off, let them patronize It. The
is a pleasure to watch its powerful Star has heard lots of complaint
but almost noiseless operation. The about the reduction of Sunnyjim to a
Ocala electric plant is now supplied tri-weekly, .but the -Star sees Sunny-
with machinery sufficient to meet jim go out and come in without fares
demands for .the next two years, by enough to pay for the grease on the
which time the new, consolidated car wheels. Takes some coin to run
plant will be erected. la passenger train 250 miles a day.
The Colonial has an unsurpassed
location. Halfway between- the
two depots, on the handsome brick
thoroughfare, Magnolia street,, op opposite
posite opposite the postoffiee, and setting back
from the street as it does, amid spa spacious
cious spacious grounds on its big corner lot,
leaves nothing to be desired in the
way of location.
The building Is-true to its name,
for a 12-foot colonial ve-anda "sur "surrounds
rounds "surrounds it. on both street sides, and
with ,its comfortable chairs and
swing seats and rugs will be a very
popular place.for the guests on pleas pleasant
ant pleasant days of which we have so many
in this climate.
The exterior of the pretty, three three-story
story three-story hotel has been painted in an
attractive manner, and the ? Interior
is as pretty and neat as the day the
house was built. Every foot of sur surface
face surface has been re-worked over. The
floors were dressed and polished and
finished in hard oil. The wainscoat wainscoat-Ing
Ing wainscoat-Ing and all wood work Is snowy
white. The mantels and stairways
match the floors in hard oil finish.
The papering is all new -and of
very pretty design, perfectly blended
and matched, and every room from
top to bottom has1 been finished in
ths manner. There are twenty bed
rooms in the house and all are hand
somely furnished, every article, of
furniture In them ibeing new and
now in use for the first time. The
floors on the first and second floors
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The Detective of the
By HtSKfTH PRICIIAR3
By flesketii Pnchard
The Guilty Man.
IIERK vv;ih no doubt about the
f.u-t th:it .4i vein ber wax sur-
U prised tie said nothing for a
full minute, then he looked up
How many bottles of whisky had
you?" said he.
"Nary one. answered Thompson.
There Isn't one nearer than Laral Laral-lotte.
lotte. Laral-lotte. a you well know. We wasn't
drunk, we was drugged. We must a
been, though how It was done beats
me. for we had nothing but bread and
bacon and tea. and I made the tea my myself."
self." myself." "Where's the kettle? v
"We left that ind the frying pan
back at the hut, for we're Kolng to
bunt the country for the thief. YouH
come along. SovV
"On my own condition, or I'll have
nothing to do with It"
M What's It?"
"That nary a. man of you goes back
to Tldeson's bridge hut UU I trive you
"But we want to catch the robber."
"Very 'well. Go and try if you think
you can do it."
An outburst of argument arose, but
soon one and another began to say: -"We'll
leave ft to you. Nov." "Mind
you fetch my $190' hack for me. Nov."
"Leave Nov alone." ;o on. Nov."
November laughed.; "I suppose you
all slept with your money on you?"
It appeared they all had. and Lars
and Chris, who possessed txx'ketbooks.
and found them flung, empty, in a cor
ner of the hut. y
"Well. Mr Quaritch and me'U be
f getting along, boys. I'll lf 'yon 'know
If I've any I nek." Then suddenly No November
vember November turned to the big spokesman
and said. "Ry the way. Thompson, did
yoa fid that kettle at the brook before
you found you'd lost your cash?'
?Xo: 1 run right back."
"That's lucky." said November, and
we wa Iked a way in a roar of shouted
questions iu the canoe placed at our
disK)sal by Close, liy water.. we could
run. down to Tideson's bridge in an
hour or two.
"Do you think this is the work of
the same uiau that held up Dan Mi Michaels?"
chaels?" Michaels?" ;
"Guess so. Can't be sure. The
grouud's tine and soft, and we ought to
get the answer to a good many ques questions
tions questions down there."
Thanks to 'the. canoe and a short cut
known to November, we arrived at our
destination in admirable time.
First of all, skirting the path, we
went to the hut where 'the '. six had
slept. A few articles dropjM-d from the
hastily, made packs lay about, the fry frying
ing frying pan beside the stove and the kettle
on its side by the door. November
moved round examining everything in
his deft, light way. Lastly, he picked
up the kettle and peered". Inside.'
"What's in it?" said 1.
"Nothing." returned November.
"Well, ''Thompson told you he hadn't
filled It." 1 reminded him.
He gave, me 'a queer little smile.
"Just so." said he and strolled for fifty
yards or so up thetote road.
"!'e. been along looking at the foot footmarks
marks footmarks of them six inossbacks." he vol volunteered.
unteered. volunteered. "Now vve'll look around
The inspection of the tracks was nat
urally a somewhat lengthy business.
'November had studied the trail of the
six men to some purpose, for, though
he hardly paused as he ranged the trod
den ground, so swift were his eyes that
be named earn of the men to me as
he pointed to their several tracks. As
we approached the bank he indicated
a distinct set of footsteps, which we
followed to the hut and back again to
"He's the chap that did it." said No November.
vember. November. -That's pretty plain."
"He is a heavier man than I am. and
he. walks rather on his heels."
November nodded, and began to fol
low the trail, which went down into
the stream. He stood at the water's
edge examining some stones which
had been recently displaced, then' wad waded
ed waded down iuto it.
"Where was his boat?" 1 asked.
lint -November 'had by now reached
a large thit stoue some feet out in the
water. ai.l this be was looking round
and over with great care. Then he
beckoned to me. The stone was a
arge. itnr one. as 1 have said, and he
ImivcV me yoiue scratches ujon its
farther surface. The scratches, were
hi-p and irregular. 1 stared at them,
'nit t u i bey conveyed nothing.
' "Tl-cy lon't look like the mark of s
oat." 1 enl'iied
They .aren't. Hut that chap mad'
hem ail nuht." he said,
lint b m or. wbr?"(
Xovt uic i- lauvrbtd. I won't auswei
t;r yei. bi?t I'll tell 'you this, ih
iT:ber '..!' done between and o
t U irr nirht."
"iVii .J ;.tuc. vou that?"
Soveut'nfr iuin'reo to a wwe or uircb
on the nearer li.-uik.
Those trtv?. he y answered: then.
n Hetin? my look of lMnviId'rrneiit. he
added, "and. he wasn't a HOO Kund
man an" heavier than you. but a little
thin chap, and he hadn't a boat."
"Then how did he get away by
"Maybe he waded."1
"If he did he must have left the
stream somewhere," I exclaimed.
"Then you'll be able to find his
tracks where he landed."
"No need to."
"Because I'm sure of my man."
"Is it the same who held up Dan
"Yes." -,;'..". . ....
With that I had to be satisfied. It
was late at night -when "we approached
Camp C. We jumped ashore and went
silently straight to the office, where
the manager lived. A crowd stood
round, and two men were holding the
d.oor: one was the burly Thompson.
"Felfo! You needn't bother no more.
Nov," he shouted. "We've got him."
"Who've yon got?"
"The blackguard that robbed us.",
"Goorir said November. "Who
"Look at oimf Thompson banged
open the office door and showed us
the manager. Close, sitting on a chair
by the fire, looking a good deal dis
"Mr. Close?" exclaimed November.
"Yes. the boss no other'."
"Got Evidence? 'inquired. November,
staring at Close. s
"TlptopI No one seen him from dark
to dawn. And we got the boots. Found
'em in a biscuit tin on a shelf in the
shanty just behiini here where he
"You fool! I was at my accounts all
night!" crietl Close to Thompson.
November took no notice.
"Who found the boots?" said he.
"Cookee, when he was cleaning "up
Found a bottle of sleeping stuff, too
nearly empty!" shouted two or three
November ; whistled. "Good for
Cookee. lias he owned up?" be nod nodded
ded nodded at Close. "Was tbey your boots.
"Yes." rotired Close.
"But he denies the robbery!" said
"Of course I deny It!" cried Close.
"Let's see them boots." put- in No
vember. y v
"The boys took 'era to the bunk
house.' said Thompson. "Say, Nov.
think of him paying us with one hand
and robbing its with the other, the"
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""Wonderful observed November In
his dry way He continued to stare
hard at Close, who at last looked up.
and I could have'sworn J saw Novem
ber Joe's dark lashed eyelid, droop
slightly In his direction.
A change came over the manager
"Get out of here. he cried angrily
"Get out of here, you and your woods
detect! veT and some uncommonly
warm language charged out at the back
of the closing dor.
The men who had been robbed and
their comrades, .'closed'- round as No
vember examined the boots.
"Seventeen iu one heel and fifteen
in the other cowhide boots." salo
Chris. "That's what he that robbed n
wore, and I'll swear to lhat
"I could swear to It too." agreed No
Take them and the sleeping stuff."
pursued Chris "It's a silver fox skin
to a red on a conviction, eh. Novem
"Have you sent for the police?'
"Not yet. We'd waited till you come
up. We'll send now." -"The
sooner the better." said No
vember. "And whoever goes'll find
four chaps from 'Camp B In the hut by
Tideson's bridge They've orders to
knock it dowu and take' the roof off
and carry the stove Into D."
- I listened to November making this
astonishing statement, and I hoped I
showed no surprise. What on earth
was the game that he was playing?
"Hurrv ub. bo vs. and send for the
police or there may be trpuoie. Who's
'going?"; y.; -y ,' .,: -y-'; . -' y -'
"I don't mind if I go." offered Chris
"I'll start right now. The sooner, we
get Mr. lose safe in jail the better."
yWe all saw Chris off. and then the
meii took us back into the bunk bouse,
where they tu Iked and argued for an
hour. November had relapsed Into
his usual taciturnity. But when at
length he spoke again his words acted
like a bombshell.
"Say. boys. he said, and the ca cadence
dence cadence of his accent was very marked,
"it's about time we let the boss out."
Every head jerked round In his di direction.
rection. direction. "Let him out ?" shouted a
dozen voices. "Before- the police
come?" -: ';v ''-V,;'r:'':!y.;y;;;;,.iy .
"Best so," replied November in his
gentle manner. "You see, it wasn't him
held you up. boys."
"Who was it then?"
November stood up.
"Come, and I'll show you."
Finally, four of us boarded the
canoe and set off.
1 lost all sense of direction in
darkness until we came out on
banks of the brook.' near Tideson'
bridge. We crossed, and all four of us
crouched In the shadow of a big rock
not twenty yards from the hut. We
had been forewarned by November to
keep very quiet and to watch the but.
The pale forelights of dawn were
already, in the air when I felt Novem November
ber November move slightly, and. a moment later
I heard a stiek break, then footfalls on
the bridge. A bluish shadow came
cautiously down the bank. hesitating
at every step, but always approaching
the hut. until at last It passed w llliln
ii... l iifii a iiiarcii narea insiue. i
'Kaw.it ikiss the Tiroken window. There
was a pause. The door creaked faint-1
1y and the tigtire stole out again.
I put out my hands '-toward Xovem-S
ber he was goiv.
Meantime the figure from the hut
was moving up the path to the road
and a second figure was" gaining on
him. I recognized November's mighty
outlines as he followed with arms out outstretched.
stretched. outstretched. Then the arms felt and
there was a cry, almost a shriek.
When we ran up November was hold holding
ing holding Chris struggling on the ground.
'Search : him, boys. said November.
"He's got the stulf on him.'
Thompson's big hand dived Into the
breast of Chris shirt arid when it
camp out again it held a bundle 'of
notes.- v :'(. ;
"You smart cuss!" said Chris to No November
vember November Joe:
A few busy hours followed, and It
was the next afternoon before I found,
myself again at November's shanty
and asked for the explanations which
hnl btiPti Uf'iiM tsci1 mo
. "The moment I heard Thompson's
story. began November, "it started
me thinking a bit
You remember how
plain they saw the tracks of the rob robber,
ber, robber, (h? size, the patch, the exact num number
ber number of nails. It sort of seemed that a
road agent-who went around In a pair
of boofs like that was maybe a fool or
maybe laving a false trail. As soon an
I saw the tracks I knew I wasn't fa fa-out
out fa-out as to the false trail. The dia;.
wanted the tra ks seen, lie walked
more'n once on the soft ground a-pur-
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the bridge. The tracks which confine
it continue, its.-usefulness and its life.
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Ocala, Florida. Nov. 5, 1914
Under and by
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one councilman from third ward; also
two councilmen 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. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby appoint the
lnpertors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. One: O. B. Ilowse, P. B.
Beckham, J. IL Spencer, Inspectors, and
J. W.-Kea, clerk, v y
Ward No. Two: C IL Mathews, Xsaac
Stevens, C. M, Livingston, inspectors,
and IL H. WhetHtone. clerk.
Ward No. Three: Lv Warner, L.
Hunst. A. D. Fattsett. JnspectoTg, and J.
B. Bailey, clerk. ,..
Vard ;o. Four: E. W. Kraybail. L W.
Ogle.. W IL McConn, Inspectors, and
A. -X. Rtrunk, clerk.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
AtteFt: II. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk. 11-6-frI
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Reasonable Rata 5
prices iair ana rcasonaDic.
The new ladies' and gentlemen's dining
room on the top floor is unusually pleasant,
always cool and affording a fine view cx
the city and suburbs, special attention
fiaid to parties. Grill room in basement,
jew chef and new corps of waiters Oily
tne ocst 01 tooa served in eitber room.
"7niiinn-' '.mnuttitii'-'- -
::i c?rron eoil 13 tiis c guts' a rrorrzY,
'IVn thousand farinora arc to g?t In lp frof;i
.'if swift Specific Co. of Atlanta. Ton thou thou-;!iid
;!iid thou-;!iid retail druggists In the cotton tatt
:n? to get a lift suth as v.iil sr'Ctly bejp tc
.oli.'ve the cottoa situation. B. 8.. the
nu'diclna known throughout the Kont!i
tor h.i'. a centtiry 1 taUInr midi'Iing cottoi?
from retail flriipzUtu at tin cnts a pouruL
iy ibla Kenerou-i j:lan, iv.fsts who ar"
obilyvtl to accept cotton in payment of at at-cntintK
cntintK at-cntintK !.;ay esh?srse a ba? of graded taiJ taiJ-iV,h
iV,h taiJ-iV,h tor an ei-.ial vr.!ne la H. S. S.
Tins valuable iarMne Kt-r;!- throiijf'J
out the South. And tto tirvzzlt thf;s a.f a.f-sur'd
sur'd a.f-sur'd t)t an adeii'iate vt"I-: 1.4 utlU furttitr
relic vd hy tin; bcostiiu yi'i. k!vcu to cotton.
It is a v. il li-r.owr'i fact that sjJI over X.n..
Soiiih are n in J il'-s who tr'.'.i ,S. H. S. evrry
M'ft- ynd tht ji So '' la J !..- d anrl y-iv It.
And fis the li:,-i.) '.';, ivlly of tin? drrz-'
Ci.it hstJ Ixen s.- crrly vit doivn, this pl.m
tu exchange F. 'A. H. for mid-ilir cotiui at
ion rents a pz'-n-I vM! piove ifr:mtliatf
IfDct'it to a la, t ,.'r;'(.
'V s'n; r Uo);I i,t:7if f:
v:lll wot ff.rr-t this KJr;lSl nrilon up-in tke
i-arc cZ T:,,i .Swift Kpeclf.c Co. cd il ?(t
.Titho'it r27'inj?' ti:f rv.Ul i,t t f'ou'.h
. :n fVr pi a ih ir .fni '..', n 1 hey. hare t'-'f.
-j".-r h t'f a '''-fsr,(ry to H lilcClrhic cf
tJllFl PT1 f .fI;' 51 F fl Fill tl7 fT
Jareful Estimates made on all Con
;ract Work. Gives more and better
4rork for the money than any oilier
ontmctor in the city.
His Kind Heart.
Master of the House," sternly Tea
told my tailor when lie came to col collect
lect collect his bill yesterday that t owed you
six months wages. How cams ycu
to be so indiscreet?" The Servant
'I meant no harm, sir I c:ily ; r,ti l
to console him a bit. sir, e 1
that down'eartcd. sir
i I ; ii ii
tns ccaIjA -cvcrnrj a : ctah, .Saturday, .November 21, 1014.
I GCAL A SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this
I letter Rabies Contest Prizes Avard Avard-ed
ed Avard-ed Elizabeth Smith Scores
TThU afternoon, at the Woman's
Club, the health committee, of Which
Mrs. II. C. iDozler is chairman, and
Mrs. 'It, L. Anderson secretary, award awarded
ed awarded the prizes for the Better" Rabies
Contest held last week. There avere
eighty seven entries and the babies
were entered in three divisions, the
first division including all 'between
the ages of six months and. ilyear;
second division, 1 year to '2 'years:
third division, from 2 years to 3
years. The babies were examined
physically, mentally, we-e measured
and also examined by a dentist and
a specialist. The scores of each
test were tabulated on a card and
the general average computed from
the cards. Two prizes, twenty dol dollar
lar dollar gold pieces, one for each girl
and boy, were awarded to each di division
vision division and in case of ties the prize
rwas divided. :
Tn the first division (Elizabeth
Smith, daughter of iMr.r and Mrs,
Wilbur Smith, Won with a score of
D8.5 the girl's prize and sErcel de
Lome Blalock, youngest son of Dr.
and Mrs. OU CP. Blalock' and iNathani-
al Walker Wilson, only child of .Mr.
and Mrs. L. P. 'Wilson, with a score
of OS. each, tied .for the 'boy's prize.
,'In the second division, (Frances G.
Lurvey, daughter of tMr. and QIrs.
Jno. G. Xurvey and, Virginia Cecelia
Carmichael, only child of Mr. and
'.urs. weuer jarmicnaei uea witn a
score of 98. and George (Phodyce
'with a score of 9S. won the other
IMirlam t Osborn, daughter of Mr.
and iMrs. E. iM. Osborn, with a score
of 96.5 and (Randolph Brown Jr., of
iMdlntosh, with a score of 97.5 won
in the third division. -
Sparkman Sherous, of Citra, in
the second division, -made a iperfect
.score in measurements but in other
4. VI- 1 V. V.
down to 97.5.
Besides the money in gold the
"prize winners, were -presented .Deau .Deau-'tlf
'tlf .Deau-'tlf ul diplomas by the .Woman's -Home
"Companion and each child's score
was given their mothers to, ; keep-.'
The Better Babies Contest -rwill be
an annual event in Ocala and the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's duo especially the health com com-unlttee,
unlttee, com-unlttee, are deserving of the very
-highest praise "for inaugurating, and
.maintaining the contest.
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iMiss Eloise (Robinson leftMfor. ner
home in Orlando yesterday after a
short visit to (Miss Susie Ellis. SMiss
IRoblnson is -society editor of the Or Orlando
lando Orlando (Reporter-Star and had .been to
-Gainesville to see the Alachua coun county
ty county fair in the interest of her paper.
airs. T. C. Luckie will have for her
guest during the fair her another,
IMrs.' (P. E. Sheppard of Daytona. All
Mrs.. ShenDard's friends here will be
very glad to see her again.
After an over night visit to his
brother-in-law, Dr. J. E. Chace and
family, .Tie v. C. E. 'Powell of Roan-
left this afternoon, for
Miss Ellen darkson will entertain
at auction Tuesday afternoon, her
guests Including the 'members of the
.two .table auction club and a few
IMiss Cora Griffin of Anthony was
numbered among' today's out-of-town
IMr. and .Mrs. S. U. Campbell arriv arrived
ed arrived in their auto today on their way
to their home at Summerfield. from
Tennessee," where they ivave spent
several months with relatives. This
is the eleventh day they have been on
the Toad. iMr. Campbell says they
had a delightful trip. They found
is yours to use.
Come in and meet your friends.
Leave your small parcels in our care.
Use our telephones.
Come in and rest.
Use the store for your convenience
what's here, you put here a.d
you're welcome to make the siore
Try a cup of
the best in the world
HUYLER'S always fresh. If you're
out of the city we'll express it to
department call phone 106)
the roads rough north of Florida,
and had only three blowouts, one
puncture and a roken axle on the
entire round trip.
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IJauh-Stovall Wedding In Kentucky
From, the Mayfield (Ivy.) -Messenger
we clip the following which will
be read with keen interest toy the
host of friends of the bride in this
city, where she was the petite guest
of her cousin, Miss iMinnie Stovall,
A beautiful wedding of more than
usual interest was solemnized Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock in the
First iBaptist church, where (Mr. and
Mrs. T. I. Stovall gave In marriage
their daughter, iMIss Geneva, to Mr.
Wilson Baugh. The church, which
was filled to its capacity with friends
and relatives, was artistically dec decorated
orated decorated in green foliage and giant yel yellow
low yellow chrysanthemums. The chancel
.was 'banked with potted palms and
ferns and cut flowers and in the
foreground was constructed a great
arch of trailing vines and yellow
chrysanthemums from which! was
suspended a huge 'wedding 'bell of
the same gorgeous flowers. Before
the ceremony, CIrs. W. Z Hale pre presiding
siding presiding at theY organ, played Dudley
'Buck's "Triumphful, Entry."; Miss
iMabel 'Wright rendered two exquisite
violin selections, ."Souvenir," by
iDrdla, and Bethoven's 41Minuet"
"All for You" was sung by JMIss
IMargarett Sanders and tMrs. Theo
dore iHale sang
"Dawn" and 1My
Thoughs of You."
Mrs. Hale play-.
ed Lohengrin's "Wedding .IMarch"
for the processional and (Mendel (Mendel-sshon's
sshon's (Mendel-sshon's for the recessional. The
bridal party came 'down the two
main aisles, preceded by the ushers,
JMessrs. "Lube Rhodes, Will Creason,
Charles Albritton and Albert Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, and. were met at the altar by
the groom and his 'best man, Mr.
Herbert Albritton. They marriage
service which was performed iby the
pastor, Rev. AV. iM. Wood, was ibeau ibeau-tiful
tiful ibeau-tiful and impressive as they stood
grouped about the altar. .The .bride,
who entered on .the arm of her
father, was attired in an elegant
coat suit of midnight-blue chiffon
'broadcloth trimmed in 'Fitch fur,
with a hat of velvet and paradise
plumes. Her lbouquet was a shower
of giant yellow chrysanthemums.
The maid of' honor, (Miss Susie ISob ISob-lin,
lin, ISob-lin, immediately preceding, w-ore a
handsome coat suit of midnight-blue
(broadcloth with 'Fitch fur trimming
and hat of velvet and, ostrich tips.
She carried an arm ibouquet of yel yellow
low yellow chrysanthemums. CMIss iMinnie
Stovall of Tampa, iFla-V as brides brides-mald,
mald, brides-mald, accompanied Hy IMr. (Roy Sto Stovall,
vall, Stovall, led the ibride's party to the
nltar. v She wore a coat suit of for foreign
eign foreign model, 'blue .hroadcloth and
satin combined, and a blue velvet
picture hat, and carried an arm bou bouquet
quet bouquet of yellow chrysanthemums.
iFollowing the ceremony, !Mr. and
Mrs. iBaugh departed- on a wedding
journey to the South. Upon their
return they will .be at home with the
(bride's' parents. The out-of-town
guests were: (Mr. k 'Wallace Stovall
and daughter, tMiss IMinnie Stovall of
.Tampa, Fla. Mr. Stovall is anoth
er of the bride's father and editor
and proprietor of the Tampa Tri
ibune. The love and esteem in which
the young couple are held was evi
denced in the great number of
choice and costly gifts ..which have
been 'pouring into the home for several-days
past. It would be impossl-
'ble to note the hundreds of these
lovely things, of cut glass, silver,
ivory, imported china, exquisite lin linens
ens linens of lace and embroidery, together
with numerous articles of house
hold artilitv all tokens of their
hosts of friends. Among these is a
large chest of more than sixty pieces
of silver from .the family of the
grooml Another is an imported sil
ver tea service, of striking foeauty,
consisting of a tray and five pieces
.by Mr. -and EMrs. Wallace Stovall.
One other that must be mentioned,
is an elaborate electrolier of finest
cut glass on cut glass platform, the
gift of tMr. Thomas McGuire to the
bride. A pleasant' coincident of the
wedding day is that it was the
twenty-third anniversary of the mar
riage of (Mr. and tMrs. T. Stovall.
Mrs. W. A. Tied dins of Jackson
ville passed through the city today
en route to iBrooksville to attend the
marriage Wednesday, of her niece
Miss Christian Cook, and air. "Niel
iMrs. Caruthers of Anthony and
guest, JMiss 'Panchlta Kendrick of
Tampa, will spend next week in Ocala
the guests of 3Irs. Frances Howse and
family. They will arrive Monday.
iMr. and (Mrs. iH. S. Zoller and
Miss lildred Zoller have returned to
Brooksville for the winter from ?Min ?Min-neapolis,
neapolis, ?Min-neapolis, iMinn. They were frequent
visitors to Ocala last winter the
guests of their daughter and sister,
tMrs. 'E. M. Williams, who are now
residing in Wyoming.
Newly Elected Federation." Ofiicers
The twentieth annual convention
of the 'Federation of Woman's Clubs
was brought to a close last evening
in Lakeland. The Ocala delegates
attending the meetings returned to today
day today and the ladies speak ertthusias-
tieally of the host.ess city and
good -work aecom polished xlurin
three days session. -v
The officers elected yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon for the ensuing term are as
follows: r f
President -Qlrs. W. S. Jennings, of
Vice President at Large Mrs. C.
D, Moore, of Miami.
Sectional vice presidents:
(Firs tUr.. Alary D. Jewett, Win Winter
ter Winter .Haven.
Second Mrs. J. D. Randall, Law Law-tey.
tey. Law-tey. '
: Third--iMrs. Charles Cay, Tallahas Tallahas-see.
Fourth IMrs. George Gay, Palatka.
' Fifth Mrs. Edgar Lewis, Fort
; iRecording Secretary (Mrs. J. W.
Corresponding Secretary IMrs. JI.
H. tMinnion, Jacksonville,
Treasurer Miss Kate Jackson,
Auditor MIss Bessie Williams,
Cresent City. ,l -
State Secretary to General Feder FederationMrs.
ationMrs. FederationMrs. William Hocker Ocala.
airs. William dlocker has .been at
the helm of the federation for two
years and had made a most capable
president, one of the most 'brilliant
the organization has had, and dur during
ing during her term of office the niim-ber of
clubs and the number of worn en af affiliated
filiated affiliated have nearly doubled..
. IMrs. Ed ward Holder, who has -been
spending several days in Lakeland,
combining business and "pleasure, re returned
turned returned this afternoon;
AT THE CHURCIIES 1U3IORROW
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.)
, 9;45 a. ml- Sunday school.
11 a. m.--Sermon. :
Subject, V Warning Against Weari Weariness
ness Weariness in Well-doing."
3 p. m. Junior 'Mission Society.
, 7:30 p-m. -Sermon."
Smbject, "Paul's Con version.
A. cordial invitation extended .to
the public' and all strangers in the
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. -Preaching. : Subject,
"Caesar and God."
'2:30- Junior Epworth League.
f3:30 (p. m. -Senior League:
7 : 3 0 fp. m .-(Preaching: S u'bject
"The World's Oreat Question."
All cordially Invited.
Strangers always welcome. x
East Broadway Church v
(Disciples of Christ)
Roy B. iBowers, Pastor.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. -Sermon: "The Proverbs
of Jesus, 'Xo one who puts his hand
to the plow and looks back is fit for
the kingdom of God'.
7: 30 'p. m. Sermon: "The 'beauti-
ful-side of the character of Judas
This church commits itself to the
simple religion of Jesus and invites
you to walk with it in this despised
way of the cross. Our motto: "Fel
lowship with God; service to man.
W- C. T. U. MEETING
The W. C. T. U. held a largely at
tended and enthusiastic meeting in
the Baptist church yesterday 'after
noon. inere were representanves
from several county unions present
and plans were perfected for their
rest room at the fair. The ladies
greatly appreciate the privilege
granted them by the fair association
and will do all in their power to add
to the comfort of the visitors who at
tend. Their booth will be artistic
and pleasing to the eye, and from 10
to 11 each morning and from 2:30 to
3:30 each afternoon they will be
hostesses and serve hot coffee If
cold and fruit ice if warm, to all who
will visit them. This light refresh refreshment
ment refreshment will only he an act of hospital hospitality
ity hospitality and in no way interferes with the
lunch stands or set dinners, as it will
be served ibef ore the luncheon hour
and will no doubt be enjoyed by
those who have long drives from the
country. The W. C. T. TJ. room was
one of the attractions at the Alachu
fair and we feel sure our ladies will
.measure up to it in every particular.
ODD IAJXD END
reduced prices at
! Yi trr
W e -have
H P M
S ii Jt l H
PACKED CHRISTMAS BOX
FOR THE POOR
. .The annual advent ibox which la
sent to the poor by the members of
the Episcopal church was packed yes
terday at the home of iMrs. C. 1. Bit-
tinger. While the 'box was ; not as
large as before the contributions
were good, the clothing was all In
good condition and the ladies in
charge were well, pleased with their
efforts. The ibox was valued "at $190.
The following ladles from the com committee
mittee committee appointed .met with Mrs. -Bit-tlnger
yesterday: tMrs. Glass, iMrs
E. J. iRedding and IMiss Meta Jew
ett packed the box and attended td
"The following have' been appoint appointed
ed appointed on the ticket committee for the
Chautauqua which will he held here
Mr. J. J. Gerig, chairman.
ftlr. Louis N. Long,
Mr. J. N. Reese, ;" J.
tMrs. C. Xi. Bittlnger, .
IMrs. C. R. Tydlngs.
Jame3 Zellner of Floral City, who
was an inmate of the hospital for so
long about a year ago with an In Injured
jured Injured knee caused from an accident
with a gun, is again in the hospital.
He was operated on this morning and
Is doing well today. '
IMrs. 'Fannie Tompkins of Inverness
is improving. 1 IMrs.' Tompkins ds'an
aunt of Sir. D. W. Tompkins of this
-Have you seen the fetching little
turbans at IMiss iMary Affleck's? Ev
erything nifty and up to the aninuteJ
in ladies' headwear. Upstairs over
Helvenston's stOTe. 19-ltw 2tdly.
. (Don't'carry your lunch to the fair.
The ladles of the Presbyterian church
will serve you a delicious dinner or
lunch right there at very reasonable
The iMurray Company 13 display displaying
ing displaying some of its holiday goods. 19-3t
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wkUrn-' wim JliMii Mmwm titiimM mm!
: ri I f I i 1 1 1 1
"'4 M ...
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Blue Pcir3 c
Broiled Spanish Macl:c;
Broiled Squab on Tc C :rrant Jelly
New Potatoes, Matt r j de Hotel
Head Lettuce Salad, Roquefort Chce Dk..
'y i1..' i'- X- ' .' "," .' -;.."' vj' ; ' V ".'-. .. :
Hot Mince Pie
Pnl Vnnp fid infJiP STAR H-vnn wnnl F?S
Ail- f Ut
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FROST WASXT FATAI
w&r m Ami insz ms
that section of the city known as Wyomina Park
has been considered attractive.
For years the people of Ocala held their picnics
For years what is now known as Wyomina Park
was known as "Caldwell Park."
Whoever gave it this name surely knew a park.
The people of Ocala are invited to continue to en enjoy
joy enjoy the beauties of, and to take their walks and
drives through, the bid familiar place now made
- new. .
On the road to Silver Springs.:
"A short way out and right at Lover's Lane."
LOUflS R. Cm&ZMu &' SONS CO.-
' REAL ESTATE v :
I'ostoffice Hox 471,
It Knocked Out Tender Vegetation,
but Seems to Have Bparetl the
It was quite chilly last night and
this morning. White frost laid heavy
in places and the government ther thermometer
mometer thermometer registered 25 degrees
It Is too early to tell how much
hard is done, but all the country peo
ple in town tolay concurred in sa'y sa'y-ing
ing sa'y-ing that while tender vegetation was
killed, and come new growth'.-on
young orange trees, that the fruit
wasn't harmed except in the most ex ex-posed
posed ex-posed places.
AAUKUSOX AND AXIi;itfON
Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
small. ; : '- -.
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
. For further information address
-The Star has received the follow following
ing following card:. ;s: ' j v'PV ;""
"We beg to announce that we have
formed a oo-partnership for the prac practice
tice practice of, law under the firm name of
Anderson & Anderson with offices n
the Law Library building', Ocala, Fla.
;; ; "fftofoert L. Anderson.
'Kobert L. Anderson, Jr."
November 'first, 1914.V
'.. The name of the above mentioned
firm is a guarantee of its worth. The
senior member Is Mr. Robert L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, oiie of Oealas leading citizens
and a -man who has for many years
held a place in the first rank of lFlor
iRobert 'L. Anderson, Jr., who, care carefully
fully carefully educated and wilh the precept
and instruction of his honored father,
may some. day; fill as high a .place in
the legal profession.1 The new firm
has the Star's best wishes. :
THE OCALA. HOUHK DLVIXG ROOM
Poem of not more than forty lines written on
"THE O L D FA HION GARDEN" S
Carrying out the idea of back to the garden as a J
means of reducing the high cost of living:
To anyone writing.tm. the aoove subject, either poem or prose,
and failing to get first or second 'premium, I will give $10. All pre- I
miums to apply as first payment on one of those $ 100 lots in Ma- V
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest
ber 1st, .1914.' Judges will be named later.
Remember, -1 am giving free, one $1000, house and
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Olr. 'Ltouis !X. Ixng, proprietor of
the Ocala House, opened his dining
room a few days ago after cohsidera cohsidera-tble
tble cohsidera-tble delay. The dining room and
kitchen, as well as all of the blg and
popular hotel, has been worked over
and entirely refurnished. Mr. Pas Passu
su Passu t, one of the best chefs and stew stewards
ards stewards who ever came to Ocala, and
who has had many years' .experience
in this capacity in the larger hotels
of the country, is in charge of the
store Toom and kitchen, and is pleas pleas-ing
ing pleas-ing the guests as is being testified to
'by the liberal -patronage the dining
room Is already, receiving.
(Mr. 'Long feels' that he is In .much
i better sha-pe than ever to care for
his guests and make'a strong pull for
the 'business : in the hotel line In
Ocala that he is entitled to; that he
can feed his own guests under his
own roof, and if first class food,
well served and courteous treatment
cantget the business, he Is after it
with a vengeance! 1 v
The reputation i that ,the Ocala
House has gained since it has Ibeen
worked over inside from cellar to
garret, refurnished and equipped, is
beginning to bring fruit and the
patronage is increasing all the -time
and the guests who come to him once
come again -when they are passing
this way. "V; '.. v-y 'V'v ?-
The huge lcbby comfortably fur furnished,
nished, furnished, clean and airy and warm,
too, on cold days, with Its ibroad ver verandas
andas verandas and its interesting view over
the "public square of the city, is all
winning back its old time popularity
and Mr. JLong is beginning to wear
the -broad and smiling face that na nature
ture nature has always intended Jiim to car carry
ry carry about with him.
KDTTD TT.'T?? PTT? TTThTNT 5 p
The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi business
ness business a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors. :- ;
ACTIVE U. a DEPOSIT AE.
VISITORS FIIOM THK
lAmong the auto visitors to arrive
in Ocala today were llr. and Mrs.
C. EL" Shafer," of Olenburn, N. D.,
bound for Hillsboro county. They
left home some weeks, ago. and have
'been spending some time in Michi Michigan
gan Michigan ibefore starting .south., i They
left lichigan. just two -weeks .; ago
today and would have arrived -sooner
but for.sa delay in Mont 'Eagle, TennV,
The junior menl'ber is 1 where they had to have repairs made
to their car, leaving that city IMon IMon-day.
day. IMon-day. They are. driving a Ford car of
the vintage of 1909 which shows .a
running history of 75,000 mile3, 'hav 'having
ing 'having 'ibeen used, almost constantly .as
a livery, car. Such a record should
make !Ed. Tucker sit uj and take no-"
tfee' when, ihe stalks iFord cars.. iMr.
and Mrs. Shafer expect to make their
home 1n Florida but have -not yet de decided
cided decided just where.
t: H U
Lost Found, Wanted, For' :!
For flcnt and Similar Local
ATOTjCOJIE AT THE iUaiiy
Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in' charge of the library, twhich no
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country (people;, to-'know that they
are welcome to come to the 'library
at any time and read the -books. oAlso
that there are a Targe number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who -wish them, onagazines that
have been? given by different persons
who have finished with them. :
OPEN Da A?JT TGIIT
- Merchant's Cafe, A. C. It. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
ai.any 2tonr. Adv.
j Purity. Is paramount ryou. get ab-.
solute PURITY dn drugs compound
ed Into 1 your "prescriptions (here.
Bitting & Knight, druggists: 10-31-tf
iWsAXTED We want to give you a
Thanksgiving dinner at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel.. Be our gu--;.
Ask us about it. Ilnglish Woolen
MllIsf Carn -bullclln- 19-3t
'(..-, ., ., ..... .- -... .. ......
!FOUXD A way to get your Thanks
giving dinner free at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel.' Ask us about it.
'English iWoolen Mills, Carn build building?
ing? building? 19-5t
FOR. SALE --Sawed cedar posts,, all
aeart, any quantity. George W.
- Hyde, Crystal River; Fla. 9-0 -tf
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
by t young 'married couple. Cxlust
be close in and In dl'sirable neigh
borhood. Addresrs care Star.
'FOR -HBXT Two or three furnish-
ed rooms for lisht housekeeping,
just north of -pcstofSce. Large
. rooms and .reasonable' rate3, 20 G
: North Slain street., or see Qlclucas,
. at Ocala (House, ibarbershop. 16-Ct
FOR SALE Upright Everett piano,
good condition, 50 ; new crib
$3.50. 203 Watula street. Phone
- 408., V 16-Gt
ShrWa "nteti .H 'f .1 oney- Ce fore : k h
Cane; ano Ghs Get It.
Or.; of AiIpUii.-i Piitti's prrnlL:iU! -was
Vr.:t Uv never k;ii; :s note until
L i;:u! !;er sahiiy oiilicT paid n
fully iissurt'd tli:it tlre v;is no doubt
; : t: :. r f;ettiiij; It. Whon i ;r :
Acudflur of. Mtnr.ic.
Yi-tU. ;it ouv Ihnv the u;.tu;J:r
sorely rit about to tind money to pny
her. but she .uhvnys tuitly tvfu to
sins until she had her t-.ilary. j
, One ni;ht iit i quarter p.. :t S tir.
renrpsintiiti' vti-ut to him r.'l fahl:
"Madnm 1 vA (.Irc-'scd v?:c:.'it
jshpes. t;iie will -put tho. t c:i vh'.-ix
she jrt-ts the !r;dney."
Tht nianngor. t'alf litrartt ru It
aboui the Lua';iud xr-vvil.. 1 lu i. I--Ing
cue-half the amount du? tho r:i:::i
d('Jin.v;tifjL lu.- h:it:tUy i-nt ii irr.
Iut another quarter of an hour .?. . J,
and. thou;:!! th audJrncejihoV.cdr;:: it
Impatience, thjn- was no Patti. v,-hkro-
at th? r;;ina,:?r ran t! ht-r rorri. :
"lly dear ma 0am. why Co you t: c 1 1
1-huve s?nt you half t!.'1 ir'-:i-
sFOR SALE Young, -rat turkeys 20
. cents per pound delivered ,:iy-
where in the city. Address John
fFoglestroni, Montague, Fla. 18-Gt
CLOSING OUT ODD- AND
STATIONERY' at reduced prices at
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
NURSES IN THE AVAR
tWhat the -Women are Doing
The women of warring nations are
nursing, cheering and comforting the
wounded or dying. The women of
(Europe not only wrap bandages and
scrape lint, ibut they tend the farms,
dig coaL carry burdens and do the
'work of, the men now under arms.
;Every male fighter, however brawny
and heroic, was iborn -of woman; the
high courage and hardihood that are
a nation's strength are inherited from
Young -mothers who preserve the
charms of face and figure in spite of
an increasing family and the care of
growing children, are always to be
envied. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription gives the strength and
health upon which 'happy -motherhood
depends. It practically does away
with the pains of maternity. It ena enables
bles enables the mother to nourish the infant
life depending on her, and enjoy the
hourly happiness of watching the de development
velopment development of a perfectly healthy
Thousands of women who are now
tolessed with robust health cannot un understand
derstand understand why thousands of other
women continue to worry and suffer
from ailments peculiar to women
when they can obtain for a trifling
sum Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription which will surely and ouickly
banish all pain, 'distress and misery
and restore the womanly functions
to perfect health.
Important Special Offer to Readers of
Any person desiring a copy of the
People's Common Sense Medical Ad Adviser
viser Adviser 'before the edition is exhausted
should send this notice together with
20 cents in stamps to Dr. Pierce, In Invalids
valids Invalids (Hotel, ;Buffalo, N. Y., and a
copy will 'be sent by return mail, all
' The tax books for the payment of
X914 state and county taxes are now
open. . (.
Be sure, and -b. ing or send a cor
rect description of. your 'property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen -the (possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy, service.
Dent forget that the law allows a
two ( 2 ) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one (1)
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
- W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2ra'Tax Collector" 'Marion Co.
We wiii have films for your kodak
at ine fair. Gerig's. 11-12 I
' I Beams
Boiler Plate i
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Pumps for all
For Road Work at all
.. AVorth Remembrance.
The daub and wattle cottage la
which Old Parr Is believed to havo
lived at the time 'he was brought to
the notice of the earl of Arundel, sit situated
uated situated in a dingle of Breiddon hill, ca
the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire
border, has been restored and'eon and'eon-rerted
rerted and'eon-rerted into a village museum. Parr
lived in the reigns, of ten kings and
queens of England, namely: Edward IV
and V, Richard II, Henry VII and VIII.
Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth, Jarae3 I
and Charles t; died the. 13th and, was
buried in Westminster abbey the 15th
November; 1635, aged one hundred
and fifty-two years and nine months.
iFORREiNT 'Rooms for light house
. keeping, furnished or; unfurnished.
electric lights. 306 3, fourth Zi
Yj.east. t' .-, tu .. 20r.6tV''-
:--y:l'-:,: i-v':.y-i :f: '-tr -tv- .-- '-i
WACS'TED-To, buy a" second hand
Jounge, the springs inust be In
good condition. Phone 44 S aft;r
6 o'clock. 20-6t
ey, ant! the riot will reach you
the end of tS;c Jlr, t iu t."
Patti ziUzA dctnUy. erLiLlttJ
tir 3 of h?r fci?t acd "Ycu
have only t e.stio; un. I cannct f dc
the ctan 2 witluiut the ctJ;:r. !t
b-j quite in-u; .Viiik.'
r a Almost :,.crazet'L .' the" manager.
cut and dtfovcrcd ti.il tL,: tL,:-of
of tL,:-of -thir msiicy ccu!d La r::f
York Tribune.''.' :;:
L New 1
f JEnVESAfJD WATCt! EG. i:
When Thy Don't Acres Th:?a Ii Cur
. t ov' u b Pe o r'Timf.
Bear in mind that Cham berlain'a
Tablets not only move the bowels,
but improve the appetite and
strengthen they digestion. For sale
by all dealers.5 ad
One of the troubles of vati'limaLtrij
i3 tb man vb net on nU .t:;'::.)
cerve:j. TLu-re ure iots of cnstomtr. j
on r-Lcm n go-d ':itL-b i.; v::i.. tel.
good second band wnti'b that has L-cpt
pt i f. ;t time for other J vitl:
certain other people iyj Ivn -;-ul :r!7 's
when .It is, not standi!:- nl. It I '-common
common '-common knowh-dge' in the trad?.' tl: 't.
Watches are Keatly intliientwl Ly tl;.v'. tl;.v'.-owners.
owners. tl;.v'.-owners. Nobody tnows tin rt-.-vori. ":t V': V':-explaratfons
explaratfons V':-explaratfons have innu v:nX C:,
Ia that watcher are n-nslfjv f : -Konal
magnetism. tht natural :!;::'.
ty that human Ijln-t iiit;iin in '..try '..trying
ing '..trying quatttitfes.
The other H thnt a watch may t
disturbed by the vibrations st up by
a. footstep which hcav-r than t
ordinary. Tht man who puts Li :
down heavily usually need to Lit t.'.?
regulator toward slow to kti-p It
One of the mysterious sides of V..
subjt'ct is that watcher seldom h;
f,ood tiniewjn people of nerroy :. c'c U :
bla teruperautcntj.- Pearson's Vt:IJy
. Thrifty Chinese Farmtrs.
While our farmers throw broadcast
handful3 o grain on tho harrowed,
earth, off ering : rich -pasturage to pil pillaging
laging pillaging birds and rodentsr the China Chinaman,
man, Chinaman, after furrowing the earth with
his Wooden plowshare, without turn turning
ing turning it, crumbles each lump In hi3
hands till it is like fine powder. Thi3
done, at planting' time he valk3 slow slowly
ly slowly down each -furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which Is a marvel of ingenious
Ciittres Part of Talk. i
There ii a man, who from a very'
early has lived in countrhvs :1
Cpatl.sh 1-i tf.t" aimoot uulvti : ;ti to.- ;
i'rom force f thr training I:' p?:i!.-.l
C;.anlb perfectly. He l;u. not the!
slightest tract' of an Lhi;;U-,h accent
and XT. on uho !o nut Ui.ow th:st !;'
Aiiil'ncau parentage arc
t he l a ip:iniard
rrenj hearing nnu talK. lie n ro i
fectlv bilingual that it shows even 1;;
his gestures. When talking with Kr; ;-;
Ilsh cpeaUii;;; rer.-.:;:.j h-. Uts qui- ll;
and doe3 UI. Lunwvhhiz with' h!
mouth alone. Only In ca.- of tri !:!;:. 7
a point mo,-1 emphatically doei be u ?
a p. f ure. IJut the
Into Spanish his every word i?
pa u led by a movement of ltf Inn '2; cr
arms. It is interesting to watch tho
change from the nnsih ta tLi- Span Spanish
ish Spanish side of hlra. because St comes to
suddenly. lie really can't -,!;
Ih without gesturing. New Vorl; I. in.
Byes of Youthful Genius. A
Chatterton's brilliant gray eyes
were ms most remarkable feature.
Under strong excitement one ap appeared
peared appeared 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 see his soul through
It." Barrett "never saw such eyes,
fire rolling at the bottom of them,"
and he confesses that he often pur
posely differed In opinion from Chat Chat-terton
terton Chat-terton to see how wonderfully his eye
would strike fire, kindle and blaze up.
"Why is it that a man won't wash
his face with a washcloth?" demanded
Mrs. Wombat. '?Men haven't time for
all that foolishness', said Mr. Wom
bat. "First you have to wash your
face and then you have to wafch tho
washcloth. Louisville Courier Jour-
Training a Dog.
lr may surprise sh:d peon
told that dogs have a Ptreng en
Justice, so. unless you want your pu;
to gain a poor opinion of yon, be care
ful when you punUb him. Nepr pun
ish unless rthe pup can ayaocl.ne th
punlsbraent with the offense. The cir
cumstantlal evidence tnay be very
strong, but you bad Letter wait and
catch him In the acL Common cenns r
aboiit all. that is required to rear a pup puppy
py puppy into a dog which win be a faithful,
useful, steadfast companioax;n::;iC:i
sense and consideration. Thcnever I
find one of tbose "anything v.iii da for
the pup kiod of people I can see in
my mind's eye what tho humans la
that family look like. Outing.
Whole wheat bread made under a
new process, wrapped in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from' dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 17-tf
South Carolina Tin si-Pro of, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-ff
mi: OCALA FVRVIVG STAR, aVTLTlDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1014.
llMtMQa ni amarrata i
One of Two Method:!. Combustion ar
' Detonation, Is Ussd.
An explosive in ji l ly which. UDder
tin influence of heat or shock, or lxth.
i!, speaking popularly. Instantaneously
ritolvfd entirely h' almost o inlu
"Pncticul explosive eonsist either of
bcclfs siidi as nitre glycerin ntul nitio nitio-ccUluloe,
ccUluloe, nitio-ccUluloe, vrhU b arc o.tploslve In them them-serf
serf them-serf s r mlxrurc of Ingredients
wh ch sf pftrateiy r or may le non non-erplcsive.
erplcsive. non-erplcsive. but when intimately minnl
sru c lpjiiie.of being exploded.
5I:5plor.ii:c, are er.poded either by
pimple lir: ifl ion. as ft the cae of black
guiipowd r.L or t.r nienrs of n detonator
?ot taininj- mereufy 'fulminate ".
Itie niouM'Uic? of no explosive mat
be n yarded as In a mte of unstable!
cbcinfcal t quiJibrliim A. stable stitecf
' ecir-ilibriim is br;u;;bt-: about br th
ste'den d :Mmp(n:.tioii of the or; ginal
compound with the T0lution of beat.
Art explosion Is thus an extremely rapid
decomposition, ntcoinpinied by tbo pro-'
daetkm of m largo vclu me of gas arid
the envelopment of much heat.
The re are two well defined irodps of
exploiOou which ean be described, as
comb tuition and detonation. In the
former case the explosive Is simply ig
nited, and combustion takes place by
transference of bear from layer to layer
of the explosive. The rapidity with
which the combustion proceed de depends!
pends! depends! not only on the physical form of
the explosive, but alt on the pressure
under which the decern jwsitlon takes
place. When in the form of fine grains
ombustim proceeds taucb more quick quickly
ly quickly taan when the grains are large.
Detonation, on the other hand.. has to
be started by n sufficiently strong Im Impulse,
pulse, Impulse, such as the explosion .of a
charge of mercury fulminate: It pro pro-ceedn
ceedn pro-ceedn much more rapidly and is due to
the formation of an explosion .wave
that has a velocity of thousands of me
ters m second. fc .V
"High" explosives indicate ; those,
such as dynamites and nitrate of am'
monii expl6slves.wbich detonate and
have a greater shattering power than
the 'Mow" explosives. New York
ENGLISH FEMALE PORTERS.
Muscular Vcmen Carry Heavy Loads
i'n Covent Garden Market.
Visitors to Coven Garden market,
the grsst." tfwer market, of London,
will find that in addition to much floral
beauty there is a wholesome, muscular
athletic womanhood that is. good to
look upon to be found among the wom women
en women porters. The flowers that are sold
in' huge quantities in this market are
bought by retail flower dealers, to
whose rans the flowers must be deliv delivered
ered delivered in tiie surrounding streets. The
work cf carrying is done largely by
women, and the Coreut Garden wom woman
an woman porter Is one of London's character
These women, who carry loads of
flowern on their heads, are hardwork hardworking,
ing, hardworking, conscientious workers. As a rule,
their hours are from 5 to 9 ,in the
morning not long perhaps, but during
that time the women do what might
well ts considered a good day's work.
,It is not light work, as a woman por porter
ter porter frequently carries two dozen large
pots of .plants on her head over a dis distance
tance distance of several hundred yards. Light
and heavy loads may or may not come
alternately, but all are accepted cheer,
fully. The payment, as a rule, is ade ade-quatu.but
quatu.but ade-quatu.but defends upon the generosity
of tt e temporary employer.
The powers of endurance these wom women
en women possess are cmite remarkable, and
the work agrees with them. One wom woman
an woman recently pointed with pride to her
daughter, n gjrl of twenty, with cheeks
glowing with health and muscles that
would do credit to any system of phys physical
ical physical culture. The girl had been deli delicate,
cate, delicate, but a few weeks work In the
flovrer market caused a decided im-
. provement. which increased as time
went on. ; x ." N
A somewhat odd recognition of their
TreirV is received annually by these
flower porters in the shape of a shawl
and two aprons each, a gift from the
Duchess of Bedford. London Mirror.
The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 Noith Magnolia 'St..
Repaired.' Cleaned and
Pressed While You Wait
E. L. ANtERSON,
Y ni. WILLIAMS
2:1 Si West Eroidway, Ociila, Fla.
lr,h E. C. Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE iHOTELii CAFE:
Flrtr. clans accommodations for
odorei. 2.10 S oil th iMagnc Ha street
Pioiei 3C.1. Oren day and night.
: .!. F. WEL1JAMS, Proiwietor
Ohl M shoes mad! new; seeing your
coles ta a ipeinlty. Tajlar's Re Re-plr
plr Re-plr ,?, 4lir. N; Magnolia 'iitreet.
Another Way Out.
Walter Damroscb. the musical con con-el
el con-el actor, played In his youth in a noted
orchestra. lie wore, as is the way
with musicians, long hair and unusual
ly bushy besides.
A thin haired violinist seated behind
Mr. Dimrosch In the orchestra used
to take exception to the young man's
coiffum. He said one day:
"Look here, Damrosch. Why don't
you get your hair cut? Then maybe
I could see th conductor."
Mr. Ddiiirnwh answered calmly over
"Wbv don't you learn to play better?
Then yon'd sit in front of me.
"If vou refuse me this time. be
aaid. "I shall never ask you to be my
"Ob. please,; replied the girl from
Boston, "try to use better English. I
never aave fceen your wife. Why
should you auk me to be your wife
again 'Chiaiijo Herald-'
;; We ofer or. 3 hundred dollars re re-:..ird
:..ird re-:..ird -for any case of civtarrh that
cannot tie curiid by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. - I
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
n We, the nulurs I ned, have known
fV J. Cheney ifor the last 15 years,
and bell2ve hlxi perfectly honorable
hi all'' Sm&iness transactions and fi financially
nancially financially a2le -to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made toy his firm.
National Ba-nk of Commerce,
HsUl's Catarrh Cure Is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
IdoocH and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents -per ihortle.- SoJd by
all druggists. Tako Hall's 'Family
Pills: for constipation. 'ad
K Soft Answer.
Mra. Nerves Kitty, if you don't stop
making that dreadful noise at your
play 1 shall have' to punish both you
and Fran kie. Kitty (judicially)-Well.
I'm sure we would mate a lot more
noise than ever then. New York Jour
Nothing Left to Say.?
Mrs. Gabbeigh Strange' you should
talk in vour sleep 1 never do. Her
Husband Certainly not- f ou 1 tell
everything that's, on your mind, before
going to bed.. Boston Transcript.
Paths for All Climbers.
There is one best path to the mounV
tain crest, yet there are other paths
:n early as good. Let Youth be assured
'inat tne steeps or success nave as
many paths as there are stout hearted
QCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
RLIUION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion -Dunn Lodge To. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Taursday evenings, or each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDKU OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
meets at Tonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month 'at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Misri Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in fonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening n.t 8 o'cloclc. A warm .wel .welcome
come .welcome alvrays extended to visiting
brethren, J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L.. Colbert, Secretary. :
CONCORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.
Conccrdia Lodge, Fraterna? Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the! second Thursday evening of
each month.. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocali Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle! Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C O.
Chi3. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. '13, R. A. 31.
Reg'ular convocations, of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A.N 'M., on the
, fourtt. Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Ja'ciis Bron, Secretary.
OCA ILA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
OejJa Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and I rotective Order of Elks. ni?ets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month: Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club -house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. :w. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocsvii Lodge No. 6i9, L. O. M
meets; every Thursday at 8:30 p. n
Visitiag brethern always welcome :o
the loige and club house on Mag
nolia ;:itreet, near postoffioe.
j. D. Eooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF1 THE WORLD
Fo"l King Camp No. 14 meets at
the IU of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
seconc; and fourth Friday. Visitln?
sovereljiis are always welcome.
. : F. J. Burden, C. C.
I ; Chas. K. wage, Clerk. Ao
THE "WHY" OF A "HOT BOX."
A Railroad Official Says the Cause Is
In answer to the question "What is j
a hot box?" a Kansas City Southern of- j
ficial has the following to say:
"A hot box is h sign that the safety
first rule is not practiced by some car
"There is no excuse for a hot box
after a car is sent out if the train is
carefully looked over by the car men
at each terminal. Primarily a hot box
is caused by, poor waste and an in insufficient
sufficient insufficient 'greasing' at the time it
should have been done, and there ts
no excuse for one. A hot box ia lia liable
ble liable to cause a wreck, and a wreck on
most railroads costs money, much
more than the price of a. sufficient
quantity of waste and oil and grease
to protect the journals of the car
Tbe farmer who buys a new wag wagon
on wagon or a buggy has a pretty good iden
of what a hot box means and the
ways to prevent it. "When be buys a
new wagon he sees to it that the spin spindle
dle spindle is well greaseel so it will not get
hot. He watches It closely and does
not ta ke a ny chances on the wheels
running hot The f armer w heels oi
bis new wagon or buggy would stick,
and if he persists! In driving ahesd
be would soon havo a bad spindle and
a bad wheel.
However. the results would not be
so disastrous as 1 iiey would be in a
train of cars running at a speed of
fifteen or twenty ndles an hour. It
no wonder that traiamen use language
unfit for a Sunday ;eho)I : cl.!?s when
they find a hot biix in tiieir train
They know' that some on? has been
careless and shirkir in ht4 v?ork and
that be is t blame New York Post,
Shown In, the Crossing of Pur Yellow
and Pur Grsen Peas.
The following beautifully clear sum summary
mary summary of the principles of mendellsm
Is due to the Rev. W. Wllks. the fa famous
mous famous horticulturist, who developed the
Shirley poppy: .'"
If you cross pure yellow and pure
green peas either way it matters not
which is seed bearer and which pollen
bearer you will get all yellow seeds
If you sow these hybrid seeds, each
will. If it germinates, produce a plant
which will bear, say, forty seeds, thir
ty of which will on the average be yel yellow
low yellow and ten screen. The green, if sown
and sown and sown for countless gen generations,
erations, generations, will always bear green seeds
true to the original greeii parents bar bar-ring
ring bar-ring the always possible Intervention
Not so the thirty yellow. These
when sown will on the average pro-'
duce ten plants bearing air pure yellow
seeds, which will be constant and' true
to the original yellow parent for count
less generations. The remaining twen twenty
ty twenty plants will be impure yellow, each
plant producing, on the average, one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter of its seeds pure yellow, one-
ouarter nure srreen and one-nair im
pure yellow, which last will repeat the
process and proportion practically for--
ever. r -. v.
This Ls the law of Inheritance which
Is the basis of all the studies of, the
eugenists and, in -fact, of all breeders
of animals and plants. New York
World. : r
Cause of One War.
William the Conqueror lost his life
In France through bis horse treading
on a reunot cinaer wuue ue was su
perintending the burning of Mantes, but
few people know the fact which gave
rise to the campaign that cost William
During the latter, part of his reign
be became abnormally stout and con consequently
sequently consequently the laughingstock of not
only his subjects, but his neighbors
across the water. One day his con contemporary.
temporary. contemporary. Philip of France, compared
him to a fillet of veal on casters and
suggested that he should be exhibited
at a prize monarch show. This so en enraged
raged enraged William that he straightway
made war upon his ridlcnler, and the
loss of thousands of lives was the result-London
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
We wiii have films !or ycur kodak
at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12
Its & Friiil
NOTE TIIE PRICES
Large Florida Pecans
per pound 20s
Best English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil Nuts, best No. l,
per pound .... A . 1 8c
Fresh California Raisins,
per pound . !. !5cf
Two pound for. .... -25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. . -20c
Homemade Candy, fresh
every daj', per pound J5c
ALL FRUITS CHEAPER
430 N. Ma:?nolia St.
CAR3D CHAEL, - .BLDG.
The agricultural interests
all financial matters. here.
use of it.
n f1r1- no
an ifin! ii!f!i)i.i
JF it : I " J I 1 'If! j 11 1 I
We have for cale large lot with handsome homo
which must be sold within next sixty days party has
Better see us quick.
Ve also have one
priced very low for cash.
Ths First Evolutionist.;
fii-st to suggest the transtnuta-
tion of species, among animals was
Buffon.. ntkiut 17."0. The eiventrie
Lord Monboctdo was the first to sug suggest,
gest, suggest, the possible descent of man from
the ape. about 1774. in Mill a Dr. W.'
C. Wells first proposed to appiy the
principle of. natural selection to the
natural history of man. -and in 1522
Herbert first asserted the transmuta transmutation
tion transmutation of species in plants.
Mrs. Black 1 don't want to make a
scene, but that man over there is star star-ng
ng star-ng at me vry offensively. Mr. Black
r-ije k eh I'll speak to him. Mrs.
Black a few moments Jaten Did to
apologize? Mr. Black Ye-s; he said
he was looking for ; tfis aunt and
thought at first that you were tte!
They ivoid Odd Numbers.
The SiamesV ha ve a superstitious dis dislike
like dislike of odd numbers, and they studi studiously
ously studiously strive 'to have In their houses an
even number of windows, doors,
rooms and en, p boards.
' Ought to Cc
Mistress This isn't a clean knife.
Jane. New Servant I'm sure It ought
to be. mam. The last thing I cut with
it was a bar of soap. -Boston Tran Tran-scrl;pt.
scrl;pt. Tran-scrl;pt. 1
"He complains that he never can
meet his bills.
"Lucby clog!. Mine always show up
on the firsl: of the month. Judge.
COUGH MEDICINE FOR
' 'Three years ago iwhen I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a. hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a hottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bene benefited
fited benefited 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
Teacher of Botany in Girls' School
"New for a littls review. What can
you tell me, Miss Smith, of the long longevity
evity longevity of bacteria?" Miss Smith"!
I don t remember exactly, but I think
they are longer lLan they are wide."
Queerest Word in Language. f
Pocket-handkerehiof is the queerest
word in ther language. At first it was
kerchief--(couvre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it became handkerchief,
a covering lor the head carried in the
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a covering for the head held in the
hand and l-nt in he noclret.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax (books, for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
Be sure and b. in g or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
rwhen you come or send fcr your tar
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do-
4mm... - l1 1 AT. t 11!
"s griauy lesseu ine ipossioiiity
of errors and e;nable us to give you
more speedy service.
Dont forget that the, law allows a
two (2) per cent, discount for all
No vember payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December pa3"ments.
Yours; very truly,
. W. L. Colbert,
ll3-2ra. Tax Collector -Marion Co.
P. Ji A M
of Marion County find complete r.cconnnc dati ::3 ; :
This bank is a SERVICE 3T
Pi : if!
sir: 'zrrrj t
(!! yliiilbjiifLk. -3
or two other small propositions in tl; j oiik vhl a
For particulars call on or ;niz.
COOK, CARVE AND
. .r '-- I I i 1 '
f If MSi.A.:.-M.
is a .l s i i ft.
fctJ';r', f y
We will thankyou. Our drivers will tli::n!; you.
And if the teams could talk thsy would than.; you, too
to lighten the load on the her. v.' c 1
rest fo nearly everjijody but thin
'1 II I
Packing; and Storing
Shippin;: of Freight,
. Marlon : Ccaaly;! 8 Srn 1 C6z
. CSTADLISUCD 1SS2. '
l Iirst consideration and especial
Star Want Ads.
i i I j.;
AVION for all
I" i f
I 0 I
nmim. n "mmmmm!''
on Fort Id::;:
to have t!: )
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A Jf .A
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-for hcl; I:
C.r cf ih3 vc ::':t
let n:;:; of yc":.i.
Sucriur t" VI: e r
. or Cvlli;; .i
O utility or Price
attention given ; to small tracts.
JL J.XJL :
t i :1S: I t: r -! ":'' 'V JT.
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l 15 -A.
A Wi 2 i t I yOT
Iff .i-'f? H? r n. -v
(Mrs. E. H. Mart m, Editir)
Better Babies for AH America
DOXT ISOIMIOIV THE OTHKIt FEIiLOYV'S GUN; IF YOU
BREAK IT YOU MUST BUY HOI A NEW ONE, AND 11 E WELL.
IF AVE THE NEW ONE AND YOU JUS OLD ONE. BESIDES
YOU Y11Aj FEEL MOItE COM PORTA RLE USING YOUR OWN
GUN. v ; : 'Cv: I -' (
OUIt AIM-MUNITION IS KEI,IABLY LOADED; IF YOU CAN
DEPEND UFON TH E PROPER AMOUNTS OF POWDER AND
SHOT BEING USED.
KELIABLE DEALING HAS NOT ONLY MA DE OUIt AMMU AMMUNITION
NITION AMMUNITION BUSINESS BIG BUT HAS MADE OUR STORE GROW IN
(By Anna Stesse Richardson)
The year 1914 premises to break
all records in work for better babies
in America! Practically every organ organization
ization organization formed for the purpose of
chili welfare work has adopted the
plan of examining infants for men mental
tal mental and physical development. By
this means they hope not only, to re reduce
duce reduce the rate of infant mortality,
but- by starting children aright,
remedying small -defects, interesting
parents In the intelligent stndyr of
child hygiene- to check (the influx
of defective children in the public
schools, of .weak, unfit men and wom women
en women in trades and professions, and to
raise the standard of home life. T
iRace-betterment work, which for
th.-past twenty years has 'been con
ducted in a scattered fashion, seems
suddenly to have found a common
plan of campaign which starts at the
very root of social swork, the new newborn
born newborn child.
The United States government rec recognizes
ognizes recognizes the importance of the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, liss Julia Iathrop, whose
interesting article "The Safeguard
ing of the Child" opens this -month's
they, consider., chari tablework, ir, iar
tcrference with their risht to raisw
their child reu in their oirn way,, will
enter those children! in a letter
babioii conte.M; purely through par par-er.tal
er.tal par-er.tal pride, ;md in. a spirit of per perfectly
fectly perfectly natural parectal competition.
Once they gather for the contest they
become interested in uestiois nt
child hygiene, and iiatellii;ent, broad broader
er broader parenthood. ; .:
A national irgani.satioi: deeply in interested
terested interested in the- work : the Amedcan
iledical Association, with, a menrber menrber-ship
ship menrber-ship of many thousand practi cin
physicians. Through its comm tteo
cn .'public health education arcong
women, this impcrttnt Society : of
medical men is organising health con conferences,
ferences, conferences, between mothers and phy physicians
sicians physicians at which babies vill be ex ex-amined
amined ex-amined for mental Jid physical de development.
velopment. development. A larger number of its
members have already signified their
willingness .to give practical talks to
mothers and assist with examina examinations.
A national organization of special specialists
ists specialists in .diseases of children, the Am American
erican American Association for Study and Pre Pre-vention
vention Pre-vention of .Infant Mortality, of which
J. Vv., Williams, L D., of sBaltimore,
is president,' has long carried on an
effective baby-saving campaign, espe especially
cially especially through dispensaries in the
larger cities. This society is now
taking stejs to spread the work all
over the country, 'a move of incal incalculable
culable incalculable value, as every man in the or-
MLiBiieiiie Oil. o
- 1" By HERBERTS IA U FI. 1 AI
ATCH ov.t for waste in circulatioii. I:i:id o
"Story" is oing to bit read. Don't pay for planting tl.-j ;. ccd
pi y-ublicty vin a spot vhere yon arc not going to .uirvcct
the results.1 ; : ; I ?
The msnufacturcr of soap who has his jpods on sale froni Or!;a Or!;a-loosa
loosa Or!;a-loosa tc Tirbuctoo doesn't re lie v. wiJUdy a ncwspnpjr circulation
is scattered VVhocyer reads about his product. is near to ? tore
or other v.-tere it is sold biit ;ou have just, one store.
Buying advertising cnrcul.itior is ver nnuch 1 like ordering r.
steak iir the waiter brings you a porterhouse twice as hi ; as yc:r
digestion can', handle, you've paid twice as inuch a the steal:
worth to you, even if it is worth the price to the. restaurant an.
You derive vour profit not from the circu lation that rdver-
tisement gets, but from circulation that C;ts per;
If two newspapers offer voli their column
distribution almost entirely, within the, city ;md ; i.c .. -upon
your city for buying facilities, your bu?i:; ca(. dii
iis. influence..". If the other has a: much circulat" out cnlv
of it us in locil territory, mete builk cannot est ll;sh its value t yen
it's another case of the big. steak you pay r for more than you can
digest,. That-part of its influence which is concentrated wheal rr.c:i
and women can't" get your goods; after ; (tiget their aU-nlk'i., i.
r sheer waste f ; '' ': W ;' '
By dividing the number of copie. ".j ; :ints into his line rate, a
publisher may fallaciously cemurirtr;-ti to you thai: hir space
sold as low asthr.t of his strcr
lation is too fai
.it seems. He is like the
sinew and fat and char ge
the meat. '
away to brin
crjinpcthors, but if half his i:irct:
vrs, hi. re.il r:to i.s doublj-i;!:
who weighs in all the bone '.:
much for the v.c.3 a 3 lij dots fc.
-JAMES AUSTIN IVIORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintendence arid
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 Ocala, Florida
issue of the Woman's Home Com- ganizatlon Is a child-expert.
panion, says in her annual report as .-Onelof tie most interesting combi-
chief of the federal children's hu- nations lorraei to worK ror cnuarcn
reau:' : is that just, effected between the Na-4
Infant mortality is the subject now jtional Congress oi" IMothers and the
challenging the attention of the t Better I3ames bureau or tne worn-
whole civilized world. Estimates ob- an's Home Companion. The Con-
' I a -it m k 11 m ............
tained by the government's statist!- sress 01 iioiaers, a society one nun-
clans ... show that last year the dred thousand strong, is a legitimate
actual loss was about three hundred organization for' carrying forward
thousand 'babies -under one year of ; the work for ibetter babies. The so-
age in the United States. Of these ciety has this aim;
at least half would now be Jiving ihadj To Taise ths standard of home life.
we: as individuals and communities, 'To "develop wiser, 'better parenthood.
rtTirvco mMen of Jhvfipn a To ive vounsr tjcodIc. ignorant of
and sanitation which are known and
simplicity. euen. Eco::d;.:i::
Better "babica medals in gold and!
bronzedi;)lomas for prize-winning t
n n f 1 Krvo 11 f 1 f ii I cmirutiire fnr i . T a ...... ...I
... A' '..1. '. i ... ....
I'll IK, e-. 11 :. r r ,rv tft "Y jL iwi
ij . uita c j, ti u v. un
tile form of certlncatD3 of
examination, will .be distributed at
contests wherever .the 'better; -babies pjTT T I'PTHTTT
a itc ft ii. araritcci
ren, opportunities to learn this, that
they may .better perform the duties
Mrs. Frederick Schoff, national
president, and Mrs. tnna Steese
tMIss (Lathrop recommends liighly
the oaby-savlng campaigns, and the
efforts now being put forth through
them to prevent infant mortality. Her
bureau proposes to cooperate, wher-i 'Richardson, national chairman of the
ever .possible, with such movements.
The Companion oelleves in spread spreading
ing spreading the gospel of child hygiene by
the better 'babies contest. Parents
WXj JJjuJnJJjfiiii. J
. One of the most important con contests
tests contests which marked the op enter; of
the-1914 season was held at Tc7r-
ark, (New Jersey, under the direction
of that city's famous club f c r wo women,
men, women, the Contemporary. Tho ,,work
Tom. Say, have you visited the Ocala Bar Bargain
gain Bargain House yet? ..
Jack. No; who runs it?
Tom. A citizen named GOLDMAN.
Jack. A MAN who is after the GOLD, eh?
Ha! Ha! That's pretty good, but,
Gee-OLD-MAN, if you saw the bar bar-gains
gains bar-gains he offers you would say that
GOLD ought to follow the MAN instead
of the MAN being after the GOLD.
For results put your Adyrtisement in the Star
department of child Hygiene, are
now organizing better .babies commit committees
tees committees in the state and local branches
of the Congress of Mothers. These
committees, it is planned, will or organize
ganize organize and supervise, better babies
contests in connection with parent parent-teacher
teacher parent-teacher associations at state, county
and local fairs, or in connection with
the work done by state ibeards of
health or any local organization
which has the interest of the child at
heart. Through the Woman s Home
Companion, the Better Babies Bureau
and the National Congress of Moth Mothers
ers Mothers now control, a traveling fund, by
means of .which volunteer organizers
.belonging, to the Congress of .Moth .Mothers
ers .Mothers will .be able to visit unorganized
districts and there form oranches of
the Congress and start better babies
Most inspiring is the-supporrnow
being .received from state, county
and municipal health officers. In
making their splendid fight to edu educate
cate educate their respective communities in
sanitary and hygienic living .these
men have sometimes found 1 that
pamphlets," and even traveling ex exhibits
hibits exhibits with stereopticon views failed
to stir the masses. But pride of
parenthood never fails. to bring out
parents for .better 'babies contests.
So : these educators in public health
are now encouraging ibetter -babies
contests as a." means of reaching 'par 'parents
ents 'parents and home-makers, and eending
messages of sanitation and hygiene
into the home life of the people.
There seems no corner of the
country too remote, oo nonprogres nonprogressive,
sive, nonprogressive, to respond to this new clarion
call for a better race through better
babies. The demand for anforma anforma-tion
tion anforma-tion about contests, and for litera literature
ture literature on the care -of the child and the
.broader education for parenthood,
grows with each mail.
To meet this demand .the ; Better
Babies Bureau has prepared new,
vital and progressive literature. This
includes much of the printed matter
which stood the test so well last
year, Including the pamphlet "How
to Hold a Better Babies Contest"
and the folder "Hints to Mothers
Who Want Better (Babies," which
has (been enlarged and improved in
many ways. The Better Babies Bu Bureau'
reau' Bureau' nas added to last year's equip equipment
ment equipment helpful, practical suggestions
for the use of scoring committees
and physicians, a most comprehen comprehensive
sive comprehensive namDhlet explaining now an
educational: exhibit should be pre-J pU AnPI PMf A
ttaredflnd various aids to contest i 4I ilUMtUUri IIH
workers. 5Iost important, ;however,
is the worls: wh i ch has heen done on
the better babies standard score
card as the result of statistics secur-j
ed from 1913 contests Specialists
in the diseases and care of children,
assisted flby practical contest work workers,
ers, workers, have orought the better babies
standard score card up to the high high-who
who high-who would not be Interested. in what
was organized by ODr. Augusta
son-Keim, who enlisted the
support of the State Pediatric. Soci Society
ety Society for the Prevention and Beduc Beduc-tlon
tlon Beduc-tlon of Infant 'Mortality, and tf Dr.
illenryl.. Colt, an Internationally fa
mous pediatrician and hc-d-ot tho
Newark Hospital for Children. The
Contemporary, which 'has a member
ship of fifteen hundred women, or organized
ganized organized the city into districts, and
the contest which' started March 1st
created an unprecedented interc-t In
child-life for Newark. J
' In. two states far removed,. Home
Economics Veek!vra3 marlied by
special attention !to education .Tor
parenthood, and the study of I2:tt:r
Babies -literature. The o.T.clato' cf
the midwinter fair at iDurham, North
Carolina, used the literature in con connection
nection connection with their educational exhib exhibit,
it, exhibit, Home Economics WeekiFebruary
11th. During the came week at
Austin, Texas, Qliss -Mary Gearing,
professor of 'the School of Domestic
Economy, University of Texas, pre presented
sented presented every one of the five hundred
home-makers and students who at attended
tended attended the conference ,with Better
Babies literature, to encourage the
holding of contests and the .betterment-of
babies in the State of Tex Texas.
as. Texas. As a result of the contest held at
Stockton, California, under the di direction
rection direction of the Woman's Council, so
many babies were placed under med
ical care f:jr the reducticn or cure
for small defects that the club wo women
men women and doctors have, decided to
make Better Babies contests and ex examinations
aminations examinations a permanent -feature ia
the child-welfare work of the city,
They have: the support snd coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the University of California,
and the statistics furnished from this
contest were used in. revising the
better babies standard score card of
Mary EMacnamaxa, of the Wo-
C'i, r. f- pi
Mr. J 4-
i 1 1 1 i J
men's Ckb, Tc:ior"h, Xcv:
"At the Urn a c: the con,
at tention ; : was'dir ected -' to. 1 1
of a -little r:lrl cf l:o year:- i.:
yr. j 'lfl T Tift P, i n r-"-
treated. The' czzq
court a or ember of
Club Hnally .bcl:i z
5orary ; ctnitody: of. it
ZgdJl tcjuUg -.vcre c
Juvcnilo Court and t
of a worr.an probation olllccr
ilrct timo in tho hi:;tory cf i
that a. v.-onin has fl!!?i this
Cjic, tc q, is a
I. V Jlni. iM' 'V'1 W "V M V
:;-M-" WELCOllU AT TI I II
llerchanls a Xllners Trans ; Co.
p.Jp,-,! '- ,,
in cnanje or tne nisrcry, .:r..;i
hzi it3 quarters in tho Marion
Beard of Trade room, cays sho
th3 country pepR1 to !:nov( tbr.'.
arc vclcorsc-to came to tho :
at any time and read tho ".
magazines thsro to by nlvcn out to
thosrs v;ho v.ish them, magazine; that
havo "jeen civen by different r iri'ons
who havo flnlchcl v.-Ith
ro:nn:?;oY iun to irrnic::.
It is not at all surprlMni
rons v.-ha have indi::;3tlcn
discourage:! c.n:1 de::-onJcnt, Hero
aro a fev. vords
Ijopa ana ;;:fsr
them 5iy "Dlrs. Blanche
Isiew Steamers.' -Low t-res. Bes;
service. Wireless telegraph on all
Steamers. Through fares and ticket
all Northern and Western points
For reservations.-tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
aa ra.: i or years my ir:o
;v'as so pc or that I could scarcely
ac llsrhtc:;t foods.. It r;ed r-.very
things -that I heard cf to -t relief
but until about a year r.-;a w1:ja
I sawZ-Chamb-erlain's ,-Ta.bletsad vcr
tlsod and get a bottle of them, dD I
'find the ris"ht treatment. I s-;oon '4 '4-gnn
gnn '4-gnn to improve and slnco taking a
fcrw bottles of them my dIr;etion. z
fine." For ralo by all dealers. ad
Christian faith i3 a good
with divinely pictured v.-iafiov.
ins without, you see no rlcry, r:cr can
possibly Imagine, any.. Standing wii.V
In, every ray cf light rcvt.ate a har harmony
mony harmony of unspc&hablo cIcrirs.-Ha.,-thorne.
opi:x D.ii a:;d riaiiT
Merchant's' Cafe. A. C 'T,. r!onnt
corner. dta;3 a la cartr'i
at any :o:;.r. A.1v.
:g out odd
LIST OF SPECIAL TAXES
'K. of P. meet Monday night.
(Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night-
Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening.
Genial Lee fltaysor of Lowell was
visiting his Ocala friends Friday.
j :MusIc, all
.Mr. L. fH. IMarlow, of Holder, is 1n
the city today.
See the beautiful Japanese china
at The Murray Company. 19-3t
tMr. J J. Knoblock, of iMartin, Is
among the visitors in town today.
Hot drinks of
Mr. T. J. Sherouse, of Reddlck, Is
in the city today attending to lousi
Stationery and offlce
The Olurray Company.
" 1 1 1 1
(Sir. Alfred Beck, 'who
spending several -days
relatives, returned today.
South Carolina iRust-Proof and
Burt Oats. 6cala Seed Store. 10-2-tf
' y A marriage license was issued by
f the county judgfe yesterday to iMr
k r filar, A t4 fire 9tiH OHIa 'RUtP
Miss Ollie BlitcJ
Now Is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
IMr. D. iF. Stebelton of Lake Bry Bry-ant
ant Bry-ant was in town today, with another
load of fine Parson Brawn orahges
from that favored region.
We win have
an individual, tele-
phone at the fair
use of the public,
grounds for he
fre of charge
Br. AV. H, Dodge and (Mr. S. P.
Hoi 1 i n rak e a re h om e f r om a tte n d i n g
the meetings of the Presbyterian
synod in Jacksonville.
. There was a live football game be between
tween between the boys of the Boys' Club and
the' eighth grade on the fcigh school
grounds yesterday, afternoon. The
former team won 'by IS to 6.
All prescriptions filled at th
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and -with absolutely ; fresh
Why worry about your Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cakes when ybu.can have us bake
them for you to your order? Carter's
: The 'business men's class in the
Methodist church Sunday school will
decide after the study of tomorrow's
.lesyon just what arrangements are
W be made about its ibanqnet. All
members are especially requested to
'be present at 9:30. ; ;
Pennans and pillow
styles, at KRE OBITS.
Richard V. Erw;n, of the
Fellowship- section, is among the
prominent (Marion-county citizens in
The Dodge Sign Company hasten
displaying its usual amount of fair
-vork, notwithstanding the fact that
our city is overrun with foreign paint painters.
ers. painters. (Moral Patronize home people
and save money. ' : 1
Mr. W. B. Stokes of Coleman ha
sent to the Olunroe & Chambliss
Bank a pumpkin raised by him jn the
Tuscanooga hammock, that, weighs
68 pounds and is big "enough ; to
hold the wife of Peter Punkineater.
The said fruit will toe exhibited at t
Dr. R. D. Fuller, received two
telegrams this morning saying that
his brother, in Jacksonville, was not
expected to live. Dr. Fuller left for
Jacksonville at" noon. ;
Fop Good Wod
BIG Load for $1.
' Your Cfder will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
Lowest last nig'ht, 25 degrees.
!Fair tonighC 'and Sunday, frost to
night in north and central -portion;
Mr. Edwin W. Da vis, of Orlando,
Is in the city, having just returned
from Crystal River, where he has
been fa- the past week supervising
the Tepairs on. his yacht. iMr. IDavis
expects to entertain a number of his
friends aboard his splendid vessel
'during the noli d ays &nd they are
looking forward with pleasant antic anticipations
ipations anticipations to that timo as his holiday
parties are events of no small con
Members of the Ocala IRifles enjoy enjoy-ed
ed enjoy-ed an oyster roast an the rear of the
armory lot Thursday evening. Cof
fee and theieessarycondlments for
making oysters justvwhat they should
be -was.also dfairt of the menu. The
company is now auout up to he lim limit
it limit in membershipand the officers .are
very proud of the record 'being sus
tained by the nien
tMrJar.k lM.CjujlycoAmty demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating agent, of Berlin, is in the
city today on 'business. He is of the
opinion that last. night's frost did not
damage the oranges, tho the tender
vegetables were slightly bitten.
It is understood that the emire
string of race horses that have 'been
such a drawing card at the Alachua
county fair will !be here to run at our
fair -next Week."! These,' with the lo local
cal local talent, should make fine sport
for those interested in f asi 'horse
flesh. ; '-aa
The hunters were not. able to kill
much except time yesterday. The
nigh wind 1 con fused the dogs and
made the jbirds lie low,. Some people
had ibirds to eat y today, toC One
lucky party in which were tMessrs.
Rob sFort ; and Luther Reynolds,
brought home a fine deer, and doubt doubtless
less doubtless there were others we didn't see.
(Malcolm Williams the accommo accommodating
dating accommodating Coast 'Line agent, tried to
have tNos. 9 and 10 run between
Ocala and Weoster during the fair,
but the road authorities didn't think
it -would pay. CMost all those tSumter
county folks own autos anyhow.
M r. S. B. Brooks, the .Zuber mer merchant,
chant, merchant, is in town today on "business,
and ,says that last night's frost did
very little damage in that section.
err IT TAXES
"... The city tax books nave .been opei
for .payment- of 1914 taxes since
Oct.. -1st. The law provides that
they .be closed 'Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
axiaea ana collection enrorcea uy
it or seizure of personal property. property.--
- property.-- W. W, Clyati,
' ; City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. 11-6-tf
KEMAItKABIiE CURE OF CROUl
"lLast winter -when my little boy
had croup I got him bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly .believe it saved his life," writes
Mrs. X- B: Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him.'? For sale by all dealers. Jid
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half pric.
Two 25cts or .Ducts packages at onj
price. Ocala Seed Store 1 0-ltf
Odd-Looking Shark's Egg.
A shark's egg is one of the oddest
looking things imaginable. It is un unprovided
provided unprovided with shell, but the contents
are protected by a thick, leathery
covering, almost as elastic as india
rubber. The average size is 2 by 2 2
inches, and it is almost jet black.
; Max. Min.
I . ..... 7 6 5 X
2 . . . 7 8 5 o
3.. ...... 77 53
4. 80 :, 58
5. ..... .80 53.
6 79 54
8 . . . .79 5C
9. : ..... .74 62
10. .... .72 68
II. ......71 ; 46
12...... .74 51
13 ... . .76 56
14....... 76 '56
15... . .76 60
16. .. 77 64 'V
17. . . .70 .46
18. .. .. .69 45
19... ,...66 45 J
20. . . .60 34
. -1 1
Imposed by Sections il and 4, Act of
. . .
" ; October 22, 1 91 4 aa V.
The special tax year begins on July
1 of each year and ends on the 30 th
of June following. Special tax lia-
tDility Is Teckoned from the first of
the month during which business Is
commenced and ends with the tax
year. v Under the act of October 2 2
1914. the special taxes imposed for
the tax year ending June 30, 1915,
are payable during the; month of
November, 1914, and will' be reckon
ed as from the first da-; of that
month. : ?:V:,'. ';.-:C.:-vr;t
Those subject to the special tax
act of October 22, 1914, are f
Brokers, $50; pawnbrokers, $50;
commercial brokers, v $20 ; custom
house Jbrokers, $10; proprietors of
theaters, museums, or concert halls,
of a seating capacity not exceeding
250, $25; over 250 and not exceed
Ing, 500, $50; over 500 and not ex
ceeding 800, $75; of more than 800,
$100; proprietors of circuses, $100;
proprietors or agents, of public exhi exhibitions
bitions exhibitions not otherwise 1 r enumerated,
$10; proprietors of bowling alleys or
billiard rooms -for each alley or ta
ble, $5 commission merchants, $20 ;
dealers in leaf tobacco: whose annual
sales or transfers do not exceed 50,
000 pounds, $6 exceeding 50,000 and
not 100,000 pounds, 312; exceeding
100,000 pounds, :i$24r dealers in to to-'baccb
'baccb to-'baccb (not otherwise provided for)
whose annual receipts from sales ex exceed
ceed exceed $200, $4l80; manufacturers 'of
tobaccoV whose annva.1 sales : do not
exceed 100,000 pounds; $6;' exceei-
ing 200,000 and not 400,000 pounds,
$24; exceeding 400,000 and not 1,
000,000 pounds, $60; exceeding 1, 1,-000,000
000,000 1,-000,000 and not 15,000,000 pounds,
$300; exceeding &.000.000 and not
10,000,000 pounds'; $600; exceeding
10,000,000 and not 20,000,000, $1,-
200; over 20,000,000, $2,496:- man manufacturers
ufacturers manufacturers of cigars: whose annual
$; exceed inj
exceed 100,000 cigars,
; 100,000 and not 200,-
000 cigars, $6 exceeding 200,000 and
no!' 400,000 cigars, $12; exceeding
4 0 ( ,00 0 and not 1 ,000,000 cigars,
$3( ; exceeding 1,000,000 and net 5, 5,-00j,000
00j,000 5,-00j,000 cigars, $150; exceeding 5, 5,-0
0 5,-0 m ,0 0 0 and j not 20,000,000 ."ci gar s
60 ; exceeding $ 2 0,0 00,000 and not
0,000,000 cigars, $1,200; exceeding
40,000,000 cigars, $2,496; manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers of cigarettes: whose annual
sales do not: exceed 1,000,000 cigar
ettes, $12; exceeding 1,000,000 and
not 2,000,000, $:24; exceeding 2.-
000,000 and not 5,000,000 cigarctes,'
$6 0 ; exceeding 5,000,000 an d tibl
10,000,000 cigarettes, $120; exceed
ing 10,000,000 and not 50,000,00b
cigarettes,, $600; exceeding 50,000,'-
000 and' not 100,000,000 cigarettes.
$1,200 ; exceeding 1 0 0,0 00.,0 0 0 cig cigarettes
arettes cigarettes $ 2V43 6,..'- v ; '.'M. y f : i y
In arriving at the amount of li license
cense license tax to be paid; and in
the levy and collection of such tax,
each person? firm, or corporation en-
in the manufacture oi' cigars,
(including little cigars, or
tobacco shall bo considered and
deemed a single manufacturer. And
every person who carries on any (bus (business
iness (business or occupation for which, special
taxes are Imposed by this act, with without
out without having paid the special tax here herein
in herein provided, shall, besides being lia liable
ble liable to the payment of such special
tax, be deemed guilty of a- misde
meanor, and upon conviction thereof
shall pay a fine of not more than
$500, or .be imprisoned not more
than six months, or Iboth, at the dis
cretion of the) court: Provided, that
the special taxes imposed by this act
and -payable during the special 'tax
year ending June 30, 1 91 6 f shall be
collected and paid proDortionatelv
for the period during which such
taxes shall remain in force during
said year. CSec.4, act of Oct.
22, 1914). '
IS MAKING GOOD
v The Afro-rAmerican Hospital is
making good. It has two prominent
patients. Will Brown of Dallas, jwho
was operated on and is -doing well,
and Green McCantz of Leesburg, who
also has been operated on and is do doing
ing doing well.
Light From the Eath.
The darkest part of the sky is al always
ways always aglow The earth itself gives
off a lot of light. Scientists of the
Franklin institute have measured this
earth light and have found that it is
of the order of cne tenth part of thf
Intensity of a star of the first order of
magnitude. It is attributed, at least
partially, to a permanent aurora bore-'
alls which is revea'ed by th charac
teristic green ray cberved on ob
scvjt nfshfs in 'v.fo 'ravens.
Ybu otM io have
1 hi oil5 Ih oie
23 riF ILJ WIB)fi
Ve Vill Put
on in Marion
All colors; and
chance of this
r r i
Hit idfc "-
J tfciiii C -' till
' Cars cf the Feet.
' This is the time of year when many many-people
people many-people wear low shoes as a matter of
necessity and of comfort. For, the in-'
dividual who is annoyed with excess excessive
ive excessive perspiration,-or the s'znsitivcneES
that comes from our alkal" dust, tho
formula used in the German army for
"sweating and sore" feet, is helpful.
Thi3 is as 'follows: Salicylic acid,
three parts; magnesium silicate, 87
parts, any bland powder to make 1GD
parts. If you are a tenderfoot and
can arrange the time at jioon, a hot (
soapy foot bath, fresh stockings and
different shoes add greatly to one's,
From Glave3 to Gold.
Before civilization had outgrovrn
savagery the "more advanced nations
used to go toJ Africa for staves. No
the tide has turned. Gold Is the mas master
ter master o the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of tho annual output.
The nugget and,not the negro" is now
the African attraction. : The outturn
of gold from African mines for 1913
was nearly $208,000,000.
' Tomato Juice for Stains.
Tomato 'juice is said to be success-,
ful in many cases in removing ink ink-stains
stains ink-stains from white materials, such as
handkerchiefs, muslin frills, etc. It
must, however, be done as soon as pos possible
sible possible after the mishap occurred. A
clen piece of blotting paper should
be laid under the stain, and a slice
of raw ripe tomato rubbed over tho
surface, fresh pieces of blotting rarer
being substituted until the ink spot
has vanished. ( '
Ejected, From His Post
A Mr. Sung Ch --n Ti ?n of Chiuchovr
was three yea;? i: ejected from his
post as teacinT in a government
school, because. a a Christian, he re-,
fused to bow before the tempiC of
COnfucmsr Since the revolution ho
kzs become superintend nt of all tho
government educational institutions
7t the province
And When Money Talks?
Sound travels, at the rate of 300
yards per second. Exceptions to this
rule: Scandal, 1,000 yards; flatten-.
500 yard's; truth, 2, yards; alarm
; Too Obliging.
"Conductor, can you tell me fcorr
that brakeman lost his finger?" aslicd
the Inquisitive woman. "He eeem3 to
be a very nice fellow It is a pity he
should be crippled." "That's just It,
mum. He is t. good fellow. He is
so obliging that he wore his finger off
pointing out the scenery along the
line." Chicago News. :
. Promptly at Nine O'clock in the
on the First Genuine
.County. Thin is a speci
i,ft i y
a good many oi the
selling at $2.53 par
ONLY ve offer thc:5
tQ) IMMMhM ) y.r v
to take advantage of this oppoi .,iiiity,
kind may never again pr
limited "vhile the qualit!:::
J i'l H 1 :
: Pullman car, frciaiChicj jo, rJ.
crAXDAiu) kail: i
FHITOT, D. P. A.,
12$ W. Bay St. Jaclrconvllla Fla.
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I lit. Her. Abbott Charles, Pre
Five It 11 e Wcct.ot Dado City end Qz2
Boarding School for Doya C.
posT orricE, tcli:gilpu
A. C TICKET OFFICK AT TIIK COLLI 'Gi:
FALL TERr.l OPEfIS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1G.-1& v
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