irmL J ILy
iGLE AT IE OISE
FiGilT HAY SMI THE POIOI OF IIIE GEEJM1 1'JEDGE
THAT HAS DEE!! RIVED HIIO FIML'CE
Peris, Nov. 23. -The Woody angle
at the elbow of land at the junction
of the OIso and Aisne rivers is again
the -scene of furious fighting with the
allies on the offensive. It marks the i
point where the 'German lines are
nearest to Paris and is the apex of
the German -wedge on French soil.
Portions of the German breastworks
north of Soissons have .been destroy destroyed
ed destroyed by the terrific. French bombard bombardment.
ment. bombardment. The allies may soon storm the
German position at this point.
ST. MARTIN'S CATHED.RAL SIIAT
Paris, Nov. 23. Shells
upon Ypres by the Germans fired the
famous (St. Martin ; Cathedral and
other historic buildings. The Ger-J
mans are centering upon Ypres, Soia Soia-sons
sons Soia-sons and iRheims..
In the A rgonne region three at attacks
tacks attacks -by ihe Germans have been re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. ; v ; v.
130IEXSB OH HE US FOR 3IATER 3IATER-IAIj'
IAIj' 3IATER-IAIj' AHHIVE FK03I EUROPE
Xew York, CCov. .23. President
.Fish of the S'tudebaker Corporation,
returned today from 'Europe, ibring ibring-ing
ing ibring-ing orders for wagons, sleds, harness
and supplies to -the value of $15, $15,-000,000,
000,000, $15,-000,000, V r
IliLlXOIS STEEL WORKS OPEN
- '' . i-'-.
Chicago, Nov. 23 .The South Chi Chicago
cago Chicago converting .works of .the 'Illinois
Steel Company reopened ithis; morn morning;
ing; morning; starting two thousand, men to
CAPTURED AN A3IEJUCAN
. -STEAMER'S COAI.
Santiago, Chile, Nov. -2 2 The
American steamer Sacramento, until
a few months ago the German steam steamer
er steamer Alexandria, nas put into Valpar Valparaiso
aiso Valparaiso with a, story charging violation
of neutrality, The Sacramento left
San 'Francisco for Valparaiso flying
the Stars and Stripes October 15.
Capt. Jacobs on declares his steamer
was; -seized upon" the nigh seas by a
German warship, .taken to Juan Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez "island, belonging to Chile,
and obliged to turn over his provis provisions
ions provisions and 6,000 tons of coal.
rEE TKi ANKSGI VINO
With each Suit or Overeoat Bought of us between
we will give a ticket for Your Thanksgiving Dinner at
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IN POLAND AND EAST PJSUSSIA
IX FAVOR OF THi: UUKSIAX
Petrograd, ;Xov. 23. The (Russian
and German armies continued a san-
quinary battle along, the entire front
in, Poland today, ythe -. Russians con-
tinuing a strong offensive movement
in .East .Prussia. r-w- :';
GOT AWAY WITH GUMISIXFX
The 'Russians captured; Gumbinen
after a fierce fight, Cossacks running
down German, gunners, "'captured f iat iat-eries
eries iat-eries which "were inflicting heavy
losses on the .Russians. ;
lasted five days. v
! FRAN Iv'S APPEAIj
V I FOUND NO FAVOR
Supreme Court V Justice Refuses
Interfere with Ills Sentence
r Washington, :Xovv 23 --Justice
Lamar of the United States Supreme
Court today denied the appeal of
Leo Frank for a "writ of error to re review
view review his conviction for the murder
of 3Iary Phagan, in Atlanta.
CALLING LAST RESERVES I
TO THE COLORS
Italians Say: Awful flllsery Prevails
- - In Anstrla
Ttoitne, Nov. 23. A News dispatch
today says that Austria's last availa availa-ble
ble availa-ble forces have 'been called to the
colors. Schools are closing for lack
of teachers; The country is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely clean of men. There is terrl terrl-!ble
!ble terrl-!ble desolation and misery among the
CORKY ISN'T A CAPTI VE
Washington, Nov. 23. Acting
Secretary -of State Lansing today an announced,
nounced, announced, that a dispatch had been re received
ceived received -from Ambassador Thomas
Nelson Page! in London, absolutely
denying the report that Herbert
Corey, the newspaper correspondent
had (been arrested and held a prison prisoner
er prisoner at Aldersfrot,- Corey is remaining
in London of his own free -will.
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-Vera Cruz Xov. 22. The embark embarkation
ation embarkation of six thousand American
troops -upon eight transports was be be-gun
gun be-gun this morning. It was expected
fthat 'by. the middle of the afternoon
the evacuation -would' be complete.
General 'Aguilar, with several thous thousand
and thousand Carranzaists is waiting near by
to occupy the city.
The departure 'of the Americans ii
mourned 'by thousands of Mexicans as
a calamity. .
FIGHTING AT G UA I ) AIjA J AI 5 A'
iSanuisl Potosi. .Nov- 23. Sharp
fighting between Oarranzaists occu occupying
pying occupying Guadalajara and 'convention
forces reported today. Conventionis Conventionis-ts
ts Conventionis-ts expect. .to capture the city toy night.
Vera Cruz, Nov. 23. It is report reported
ed reported that Zapata's army has attacked
Mexico City and fighting .is going
on In the streets.
CUT OFF COMMUNICATIONS
(New York, Nov. 23. Communi Communications
cations Communications with Mexico City have been
cVIH CRUISERS FOR AMERICA
Is In Prticess of Construction itt Ak-
i ron, Ohio
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Akron, Ohio, Nov. 22. A dirigible
airship equipped with machine-guns,
tireless apparatus and armored cage3
is 'being constructed here for the
United States government, it was
learned today. If the balloon proves
satisfactory, the government ; prom promises
ises promises .to 'place an order for six larger
ones with entire war equipment.
The airship under construction will
be 160. feet long and forty feet in
diameter, with a raising capacity of
nearly 12.000 pounds. It will carry
twelve men, in a steel car suspended
foeneath it. The car will have ma machine
chine machine guns oxygen tanks and air
pumps to supply, the crew at any alti altitude.
tude. altitude. Tnvo engines of. 100-horse
.power each will be used to propel
the ship. Another 20-horse power en engine
gine engine will be installed to start the larg larger,
er, larger, ones. The .carrier will be seventy seventy-five
five seventy-five feet long and ten feet wide. The
approximate cost of the airship will
:s 'Ralph H. Upson, pilot of the Good Goodyear
year Goodyear 'balloon which won the world's
lienors last year from Paris, and R.
iR. A. IX Preston, his aide, are super supervising
vising supervising the work on the big dirigible.
They expect to complete 'the )bag
within six months. It will .be ship shipped
ped shipped to the seaboard for trial flights:.
The largest of the contemplated
fleet will be 350 feet in length and
wijl comfortably carry a crew of
twenty men. :
i ma liexail store at tne fair
grounds will have tirst class catidies,
cigars, cigarettes, chewing gum and
soda water, etc. Gerig's. 11-12
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L01ERS LEAVE TlIEin
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SOLDURS OF THE PROPHET HE HE-VASTATE
VASTATE HE-VASTATE THEIR OWN CITY
Athens, Nov. 23.: A dispatch from
Constantinople says a large force of
Turks- transferred from Adrianople
to Trebizond sacked all the shops of
Christians and. killed., three Chris Christians.
3IOHAM3IEDAN REBELLION HAS
; BROKEN OUT IX MOROCCO
Madrid,. Spain, (Nov.' 23. A (News
dispatch states that a French column
.has been defeated and thirty-three
officerstand 600 soldiers wt ere killed
in Morocco. The rebellion is ser serious.
ious. serious. -
ARMIES WERE EXHAUSTED
Fierce Cold in Flanders and France
a Few Days "Stopped -the
. London, iNov, i22. The extreme
cold. weather and the exhaustion of
the troops virtually brought i'he bat
tie in Flanders and, .France to a
standstill last, week. A desultory ar artillery
tillery artillery duel continues at some points
along the wide front and there has
been an occasional infantry, attack,
but for the last three days the fight fighting
ing fighting has been mild compared with the
fierceness of that which for more than
a month preceded it.
The Germans, it is thought, hav
sent their best troops to the eastern
front and even, in .big guns the al allies
lies allies appear to have the advantage.
There are no, signs, however, of an
offensive on a large scale on the part
of the allies,, who doubtless are as
badly in need of Test as their oppon opponents.
ents. opponents. In fact, it is stated that of officers
ficers officers and men ,who have ;borne the
ibrunt of the fighting In the trenches
are being given a short leave.
During the four days of the iMar-ion-Surnter
Fair we will give 3 0 per
cent discount on every purchase
made. Little's Shoe Parlor 9-tf
: Why worry about your Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cakes when you can have us bake
them for you to your order? Carter's
this date and Thanksgiving
the Harrington Hall Hotel.
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Berlin, Nov. C 3 (by wireless). It It-is
is It-is officially ansor. ci-i today that the
situation in the west is unchanged.
In Poland ihe lighting continues.
The struggle south, of the 'iplcel: re region
gion region at Lodz and near Czestochowa
is proceeding, with great intensity.
TOOK THREE TOWNS.
-Berlin, Nov. 23 The Germans
hae -captured 'the' tewns of .Lowicz,
Be'oaska and Ilosaztow on the Ozn Ozn-ra
ra Ozn-ra river in Russian Poland. The
Germans are steadily .pressing cn
south of- the Vistula riven Terrific
fighting :s going on. there -and the
struggle south of Plcck continue-.
The situation in France and (Bel (Belgium
gium (Belgium is -jndecicive. ,' ;
SUCCEfSFUL AGAINST RUSSIANS
, Vienna, Nov. 23. It' Is ofHcially
announced that the Austro-Germans
in Foland are steadily gaining, hav having
ing having driven' all the "Russians- back
across. the Szereniawa .river, with,
' Austrian successes in..Servia con continue.
tinue. continue. Snow and. cold weather may
halt the campaign soon.
SHELLS BimTE OFF THE ALLIED
Berlin, Nov. 23 (by :w?rele"s.)
British -warships which recently re resumed
sumed resumed the ibombardmnt of German
positions along the. Belgian ccast
have .been driven off by German ar artillery."
tillery." artillery." The Germans are making
gains in the Argonnes region, cap capturing
turing capturing -several trenches there.
HAN ON SALE OF ABUNTHE
. 1 Bordeaux, Now IS. An
decree, promulgated today, extends
to the iFrench colonics in Africa the
prohibition on the sale and von sump-j
tion of abcinthe and the ," kindred
drinks, at present heing1 enforced in
WHITE HOUSE WILL BE
QUIET THIS WINTER
Washington, Nov. 33.-HIt v. as an announced
nounced announced officially, this morning that
there will be no social season at the
executive mansion this winter. All
large functions have been eliminated.
CLOSING OUT ODD AND USD
STATIONERY at reduce-,1 prices at
Look for the ;big .Rexall -sign at the
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trbo-p-s -.iiavij ''readied ; the i
and" fightinr: i.v in ircrc
Turks ;ind uZniliih near
just licZav; Port Caid.
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PEDI'LE Or ARIZONA
rei'lt:: to abolish.
)t ; 4.-., !1 ii .1 'Li. L iiJi I'Ji t il JL
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 2 2. With the
statement that his lit .".it hud '.:.;:
ea'idened 'by the verdict of .-. p.o--ple
in refusing at the n.ceni. '. Icctidi
to aliol:. h cr.pit .".1 'piii: h hl;V';j;t', 1 -cm
or !IIunt -declnrc-; that ha v.ill let
fourteen condcmi.:;d ill. :;?tj die o:i
the gallows c;, the crl;:
ignated a ih: f:;ccution clr.to frr
eleven, thoro.will ho eleven hi:iy:: y;
in (Florenco cnitrnticry t,;,.u .:..y,"
raid the governor. "I have not ?h'?
power to commute t..--ntcnce, 'becav. j
I put' the question u;) to V.:i ;;opI;
and they'have given the verdict."
widow jh vvaiy v:c:
.Cliaiictte, N. C, JNov. 22. Mm.
t?tonev,'all Jackr-cnt widow -cf t!ic
South s grctc-.t gsr.eralr i i rcpcric.I
to be crlt!ca!?y ill at her home in
thl3 city. -Che is
WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss Louise Gamoby, the librarian
In. charge of the library, which rev
has its jjuarxrs in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, rays she v.i
the country people to know that 1 1 : .:-y
are welcome to come to the lihrarv
at any time and read the !.oo:s. AJ.-:o
I that there are a-'arge numlrr of
magazines there to he given out to
those who wlih them, magazine: thnt
have -been given by (liferent 'perron's
who have flni:;lied with thew.
Real cora-co?a servo J at Gerig's
fountain at the fair grounds. 23-tf
THE OCAIiA EVENING BTAl MONDAY, XOVTSIHER 3. 1014
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PASSED THROUGH THE
NEEIEI IN AUSTRIA
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance. .
Six months, In advance...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance, .
....$5.00 One year- in advance. .... .$8.00
, . 2.50 Six months, in advance. .... 4.25
1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
' .50 One month, in advance. .... .SO
Wounded Men Suffer ami Die for
Want of It in the Hospital Wards
The first reei of the
Eerve hanks shews that
is working: well.
federal r r-the
the r-the system
It is all right to keep the Sab Sabbath;
bath; Sabbath; but don't try to keep every everything
thing everything else you have.
Some of us make sad muddies of
our lives, but perhaps we shall have
eternity tc- straighten them out in.
Frank James, the famous ex-bandit,
Is reported to be dying at his
home near E ccelsior Springs, Mo. He
is 73 years old.
The British people, not their gov government,
ernment, government, seem to have provided for
all the Belgians swho have come as
refugees to their country.
For the thirteenth time, Samuel
Gompers has been elected president
of the American Federation. Sam
may be excusable if lie thinks he 13
marriod to his job.
Says the 'Augusta Chronicle, "One
in seven of the Florida voters votes.
They do better than that dn Savan Savannah."
nah." Savannah." What is that a knock or a
boost? Savannah News,
Porhaps its the truth.
The people who are trying to set
"Moslems to flghtin? against Chris Christians
tians Christians 'in !Asia and Africa are no
'frlersds of the (Moslems. If a "holy
iwar" ever does tbecome really well
-start ed, the floor o f hell 'will be well
covered with (Mohammedan praying
"carnets when it is over, -i
' Turkey Is very much under Ger German
man German influence, which ii b. guarantee
of t ie fety oZ Americans in Tur
nkey. The Germans, would not like to
""have the Turks make the United
-SiLtus mad enough to Seat, and will
prbabljrdo all they can to keep Am Americans
ericans Americans ;n Turkey frra beiri;r HI
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of the kingdoms of Judea and Israel,
the last being those between the
French and Turks when Bonaparte
invaded Parestlne. The plain of
Armageddon or Esdraelon is a rough
triangle, some twenty miles long by
fifteen broad.. t It probably seemed to
the ancients big enough for all the
armies of the earth to meet and
fight in, but nowadays two army
corps would think they -were cramped
if they had to maneuver in it.
Cheerful Message to Southern People
from the Postal Telegraph
Superintendents Office, Postal Tele
graph Cable1 Ccmx any
Atlanta, G a ., Nov. 18, 1014.
The indications are that we hava
now passed through the worst of the
period of business depression.
The cotton exchanges have re
opened, the federal reserve banks are
operating to ease the general money
situation, a fund has been -provide;
to aid In the protection of cotton in interests;
terests; interests; our food products are in
world-wide demand; our factories
are beginning to operate to their, ca capacity;
pacity; capacity; and -our exports (except cot cotton)
ton) cotton) are larger than last year, 'with
th e pro s pect of a p erm a n en tl y wi d en en-ed
ed en-ed market. r The demand" for cotton
abroad is increasing and its move movement
ment movement depends only upon the supply
of ships.- ; r '-'':' ' v
fTniiws'B m-111 !Ttvn'-1 Vi csy tyi fin in'
, . . etuse small bags of thread. Everybody
the South this winter, instead of , ,
. -i in Vienna who c-an.t help in any other
- (By William G. Shepherd)
Vienna, Oct. 1 7 : (by maiLto New
York.) To the American citizen, in
any hometown, of the United States;
If Christmas' means anything' to
you here, is your, opportunity. This
has nothing to-do with ti e war: It is
aboi t humanity. It is neutral: as
neutral as pain and sympathy are uni universal.
versal. universal. .
-For three weeks the hospitals here
hare been absolutely without cation
to dress the wounds of dying soldiers.
The American Red Cross corps -which
arrived yesterday brought a small small-supply,
supply, small-supply, which was immediately dis distributed
tributed distributed among the hospitals and
will last enly a fenv days, even with
the most careful use.
Doctors and nurses are forced
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S ( y, "taWs '
The fair commissioners from Sum
ter county, in charge of the great ex exhibit
hibit exhibit that iSumter county will make
at the fair, are in the city, !having
arrived Sunday to stay on the job
till the fair is a thing of the past.
The gentlemen who will look after
Sumter's interests and get their fine
exhibit in shape, are tMessrs. T. D.
Duren and James Nairn of Bushnell,
both business men and lire wire
members of IBushnell's "rwide awake
(board of trade. They were here last
year at the fair, 4n the same capacity,
made many friends 'for themselves
and won many laurels for Sumter.
These gentlemen will 'be as 'busy as
ibees all the week.
way spends his or her time in'un-
j raveling small 'squares of cloth cut
from sheets.. and handkerchiefs.. The
short pieces of thread are sewed in-
i m .. ... .1 ,.f1
to nags or. .gauze, wmcu are siern
The most delicate wounds mus
be dressed 'with this rough, harsh
our iarmers are
that "hog and hominy" can be rais
ed at home; and we are living in a
section of the linited States, favored,
in climate and productiveness, above i
all others" This neriod of denression
has, in a measure, checked the wild!-"
orgy of extravagance in which we, as
a people, were living, and has(
iHrrwii p-i t- ii i t.n" soil r ratios.
r t , rt x 'manity, ought to send cotton to Aus-
fVVe should now turn our faces to l .
thvt rising sun of nrosneritv and I.
. i this wav
meet it with a wholesome welcome of i
A IIAND5Q21S SILTv'EI
CrLTUitE AND IfEFINEl!
LASTING AUTICLE IN T
Americans, in the name of hu-
jtria. ;No other country can help in
The greatest complaint in
FROM GENERATION TO GDXERAl
o SOLID "STERLING" V HEN V.
Sin-XS ARE THE UVTE3T STi'LEn. AND
HONEST LIKE OUR GOOD3. SEND "SILV
GIFT AND BUY IT AT OUR STCEE 'WIIE-:
PRICES" ARE RIGHT -AND THi2 GOODS ATli:
D A3 THE ONE
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OCALA, FLO 'II D
rAnPicAri rvntimism -nnn viffor. i -
t . , tn ty,J In Austria iwounded men are dying in
i t ...t jfT,agony for lack of a few ounces of j
cmnnMprm? snorkel of in islTlftRS Wltn J
energy and enthusiasm, to the end
that Ave may (witness such a brighten brightening
ing brightening of the commercial skies as we
have never seen before.
G. W. 'Ribble, 'Superintendent.
time through the world.
3Iay be Sent by Parcel Post
"By parcel post a vast quantity of
! absorbent cotton can be sent to Vien- a
na if American citizens will take up- f
(Read elsewhere the article headed
"Absorbent Cotton iNeded in Aus Austria,"
tria," Austria," and see if you can spare a lit
tle money from other things to send
a "package on a emission of mercy to
some poor fellow who thru no fault
of his own must suffer and perhaps
die in the crowded Austrian hospitals
from a ghastly wound. Tt makes no
difference whether you sympathize
with the allies or their opponents,
all are fighting for wliat they ibelieve
is iright,. and when it comes to suffer-
ir.g, one touch of pity makes all the
.world akin. The article Is printed
at the request of a bright little Ocala
l.dy, who safe and shielded In her
(Florida home finds her iheart aching
at the messages of misery that come
from war-tortured Europe.
i:t is .all very wll to nd food to
Be'Kiuia. and toys to tlie children o
!iEu.ropei O-'et's not target that the war
thrown hu.idre :ls o.l ii!iousants of
'AnticjinV; out of wcM:t some, of
itheci irt ;Ccala:r-thS3:t tliej' need food
1 nonr.i" ail 3 their mi Id re ti won't Tiave
pla rthirUB Chris'.an.as ) ni less t heir
moAi: fdsi inatej neiglriic's provide
I wlJhth5r- Cuban cmiiu livinr in
Tampa, 3a s ooaninii tei-j t ulcide by
sat-j rati t ; hersol 1 with xi rosene : and
3ettiiig Hni firs. !Sl:s wiisUhe foirth
vto chosj,ach a aln-firl ileath in' the
las: ;fev?lyears ad oa!j Hie Tarpon
tSpriiigsj deader" ?oi:in:eiiiJng .on the
. 'factil thiTamja'l Ti ibur ti f -publis'ies
'th: (;onicient tm-Ier;. tilsll headline;-
"Thi?y Ijfej a IHLEi aisriIf -1'..
Turkey: has xpUiIned jfolunta-ily
to tlie 'Jnited: Sta :es government,
thrciigh ; tAmb a?t .sat? or tX irganth au,
that shots fired toward die American
cruiser Tennesiveo's laurcli last Man-
tlav weru intended merefty as the cus-
toma.ry 'varnin;; that tt$ port of
Smyrna was mined end co:jed to nav navigation.
igation. navigation. Although the explanation
ir, -nonr.al, it is admitted at the
White dlcuse and the stute and m.vy
denartments tha t all ds.nrer of se
rious comolications has disappeared.
It is reported that a fleet consist
ing of 'British, (French and Japanese
vrarships has mobilized off the, coast
of California and gone in search of
t;ie "German squadron which sunk the
Good Illope and IMonmouth off the
coast of Chili a few days ago. The
Germans are 'believed, to "be making
tie Galapagos islands, off the coast
of Ecuador, their depot of supplies,
iad obtaining news 'by means of a
tireless station situated on the isl-
thds and communicating with other
stations in South America.
on themselves the personal responsi-
OPENS FOR SEASON. :l3ility of cach bu3inS ml mailing at U
. ; : r- -- parcel post rates a small dox or cot-
iruTLrvMn vo'ton," The package is.addrcssed to the
;iRptd Cross. Vienna, and is marked
Furnishings Throughout he tfo 1T. n. twtp" nt-
ton for the 'wounded). It iwill reach
the hosnitals within three weeks
from i:he time It is posted in America.
It should easily roach here before
, 1 have ascertained the exact situ
who owns the dwelling
In your name?
of course' you.thiRK that you do; but rto you ri-ht?
the question is worth considering, It inv()lvestho err in a;
the development of individual ownership i:i land.
.'. in the beginni; cf civilization no o..ncd c::;-
H American children imbibe too much
useless booic knowledge. ,They sit
uj 'late dt ;night during the school
ninths, with their heads bowed over
their .boolcs, both the study and posi-
Uai entailing a severe strain on their
e2'3s. A great deal or tne Knowieage
tl y so obtiiin 4s little or no use- in
fsijt, they forget much of it in a few
mbnths after they are thru with
tlUir schooling but the injury to
their eyes counts against them heav-
il in after life.
Associate Justice Joseph II. Jamar,
of the United States Supreme Court,
ha taken under consideration the ap
plication of attorneys for K M
Frank of Atlanta, for a writ of error
directing the Georgia courts 'to send
to the Supreme Court for review the
record on which the factory super
intendent was convicted andS sentenc-1
ed to death for the murder of EMary
Phagan. Frank's lawyers argue that
Frank was denied a federal right
when the jury in Atlanta returned its
verdict during his absence from the
court room. A decision is not ex expected
pected expected for several days.
The Star' regrets to learn that the
TYimna Times will discontinue its
S inday morning edition. It was a
splendid paper and was -paying, buf
pnnting it caused the entire force to
work-from .'.7 'every Saturday morning
uritil 3 the ensuing Sunday morning,
and was entirely too heavy a strain
on the Times staff.
AN EliECTRIC RAIIiROAD
FROM OCAIiA TO EUSTIS
There may be another battle at
Armageddon before ki& war is over.
Armageddon is the famous plain of
Esdraelon, where Barak and Gideon
triumphed over the enemies of Israel,
where the Philistines defeated Saul
and the army of Pliaroah-iNecho
crushed that, of Josia?i. C.Iany other
battles were fought the ru in the cen
tnrles that followed th n destruction
Iveesburg Commercial: D. L. Qlac Qlac-donald
donald Qlac-donald of Fruitland Park, was a
pleasant caller at the Commercial of
fice Tuesday. ?He is president and
general manager of a company or
ganized to build an electric railroad
from Ocala to Eustis, passing thru
Fruitland Park. iLeesburg and Ta-
vares. Qlr. QIacdonald sa.ys nearly
all, the capital has been subscribed,
that he desires the remaining stock
to ibe bought by. a civil engineer and
someone to act as treasurer. OHe ex expects
pects expects to commence surveying the
route about January 1st. He needs a
location for the power house, car
ibarns or repair shops, which he would
locate in iLeesburg if the land is do
nated. It is proposed to operate six
teen ears. His son, A. R. -Maolonald
recently arrived from Philadelphia to
assist him in his office.
from basement to bed chambers, and
with a list of advance reservations for
the winter that causes ..the proprie
tors and. managers to smile the
Windsor hotel will open for the sea
son Thanksgiving day for dinner.
"Proprietor .Thomas Wilson said
yesterday that he has never opened
for a season with a t better prospect
than faces the Windsor this winter
for fro m many parts of Ithe country
from, which patronage has been rare,
lie ha,s received requests for -reservation
and. inquiries concerning Jack
sonville as a place to spend the win winter.
ter. winter. ) 0C ; "; 'h iU
The lobby of the Windsor has ibeen
furnished J with handsome lobby
chairs and settees in rich leather, and
of most comfortable shape and size.
The lobby is fairly filled with these
comiortable seats, and they will add
to the business' of the lobby and to
the pleasure of the guests, who, like
the usual winter tourists, is a grega
rious genius, and likes tot.be with a
crowd of both sexes in his hotel life.
iThe bed rooms renewed, every de
partment has-been overhauled, and al
together the hotel presents the ap appearance
pearance appearance of ibeing new.
TCie .heating and water plants have
beer, replaced jwith modern systems,
that are the' latest approved kind,
while the refrigerating and kitchen
fixtures are such that no hotel in the
stab; will have better. -i
Tae dining rooms are beauties -in
thei.v new furniture,, while the par parlors
lors parlors are attractively (bewitching and
tenitng to homelike comfort.
.iM'T. Wilson has not yet announced
his staff of desk: men and assistants.
but f.te has secured iiome of the besj
knovrn and most efficient men for
the important, pla.ee cf ireeting guestii
and "properly ministering to their
want?. ...-v- :-
Tilts dinner will bo a real Thanks-
givhij; affair, servHl ta'blo d'hoU
from ; 6 to 9, p. m. and in addition tc
the g uests who will be pi-esent l or
this ;sn'2al, tl-ere will doufbtlos be
man j of the local friends of this pop
ular winter resort hotel to feist on
the vian ds and en joy tlie music of
the orchestra on1 Thanksgiving even
ing. :' '
of the arih. no: :::dia tribes camped
it; homes and trdin pliers were not flrc-l; Ic.zid was too
ful for individurd, to dispute over tlirs c:cur".r.cy cf c.v.y ;
Jar spot. -.
We -will have an individual tela-
phone at the fair grounds for the
use of the public, free of charge.
The best service and most reason
able prices obtain at the ne'w dining
room of the Ocala House.
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug
gists and 'with aosoiuteiy iresn
Whole wheat bread made under a
new process, wrapped in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, a and 10 cent loaves, Jf
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 17-tf
ation in regard to, the supply of cot
ton in hospitals. There is none. Ev
en the supply of hospital gauze is
giving out. Nurses are using only
two-inch squares of gauze' for clean-j
lag ; purposes instead of the regula-lij
t ion gauze handkerchief size. More
gauze it is'believed can be manufac manufactured
tured manufactured in Austria.1 But cotton for hos hospitals
pitals hospitals must be supplied from the but but-side
side but-side world.
(Wounded men suffer for lack, of
soft cotton dressing. Head wounds
where portions of the sknll are, brok broken
en broken away, cannot ;. be safely dressed
pv'ith anything buf; softest cotton. In
The operating rooms of the great hos hospitals
pitals hospitals in this city, which contain
some of the greatest and most famous
surgeons in the world, the skill of
the life-savers ae often set aside and
their hands palsied for lacl: of cotton
, Nurses tell me the most distress distressing
ing distressing stories of h?ing forced to use the
clumsy bags of ravelings on wounds
where the moft delicate nerves are
exposed.. A iba? of ravelings, dipped
in benzine, Isn the meaner by which
the first washing is given to all
wounds except the most delicate and
Americans Take Up Raveling
Irs. Frederick Penfield, the "vife of
the American ambassador, has taken
up the .work in the very small Ameri American
can American colony of starting "raveling par
ties.-' -Irs. Hamilton Kruger, an
American artist, is als engaged in
this work. In the cafes and restau restaurants
rants restaurants men and women "ravel"; in
the stroot car:$ and stcres'no hands
The Americiin government for, offi official
cial official reasons, may not be able to
send cotton to Austria, ibut private
America! cithens may act with the
Tied Cross, in the name of humani humanity,
ty, humanity, and help by making their "Ship-rae-nts
by parcel post.
Two weeks ago 900 men, all ter terribly
ribly terribly wounded by shrapnel, trere
brought aitfo iJhe station In Tienna.
Tln?y had traveled" 1l 'hours from
the battlefield .in Galicia, nea.r Iim Iim-berg.
berg. Iim-berg. There a rent enough nurses in' Vi Vienna.
enna. Vienna. Many Iiave been! worViug 24
hours a day. One girl Ifcuss a nvard of
IS of the worst wounded: fehe al-
-R-ays .is alone ;with them. In her
sraril 'within t'tft la.Rt ftr iWivlf; 1
dozen -men Ihfive died liIuriEg. the
night when she a former society
girl was the only person present-to
ease their last hours. ; ;
"I'm getving used to the death, rat rattle,"
tle," rattle," she told ms today. "It ; would
not be so terrible if we had soft dress dressing
ing dressing for the wounds."
I low to Send Cotton.
Parcel po3t packages for Austria
florida title and abstract co:
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Announces the moving of the Inntituto
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butto
Building oil Main Street; coutheast comer
of Public Square, entrance betv;ecn The
Murray Co., and Trorder's stands.
Larger Quarters, Jfore I'ully. Kquipp.I will 'L-a 11;:::
Strictly Upon Eihical JjU-.ca
IIOUHSs 9 A. 1-1. TO 4:30 P. II.
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To supply thi.z
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QU4Ii. I LOITIUA
irom anyv.'nere in
will he accepted at any ofiico In the
United States. The parcel, poat rate
VUV WUiliUI lit VV. .1
is 12 cents a pon.ind or fraction there thereof.
of. thereof. If a parcel weighs 1 pound ind
Vs of -an ounco, for instanco, it will
cost 24 cents. iPestag-e must -he 'pre
paid. The groatCEt knt!:t i
met not exceed three
the srcitest length ard
id must not exceed 2t.
eels are I'-iItcJ to 11 jioun lv r
Sondcnj -may zcshlcr prrc:'? y
ins a Xeo"of 10 conts aJUIJI;:.
the regular charge.
;ivcn 3rc"t:rc:iC2. Th.
for the rjrc?
cach addlU .nnl cur-c.
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balmers and -Fully Guaranteed
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The Detective of the
By HESKETH PR1GHARD
By tleikelh Prichard
"Then he wasn't i hen vy man, nny nny-way,'
way,' nny-way,' I 'put in. "Yon thought"
"How dkl I know lie '-as a light
man? Well, yon saw those stones I
showed you He put them in a pack
or something ami carried "em to make
them heavy tracks. I rnessed from
the set out ne of tliem six had done it
"See. here's the way of it. 1 suspi
cloned same ne in C fiim Dan Mi
chaels ase. And look at those five,
tioldups last year. l!ach tmrivas Hone
within ten, miles of C. That showed
me that the robber, whoever .lie was.
couldn't operate far from camp,. Then
the drujrixin settled it. Don't you re remember
member remember the kettle had nothing in it?"
I would have spoken, but November
held up his hand.
"No. 1 know Thompson hadn't filled
It, but he hadn't cleaned it either. We
woods chaps always leave the tea
leaves In tue kettle an we want to
boil up the-next brew. So it looked
queer that some one had washed out
that kettle. Now, if the robber come
from outside he'd never do that, no
need to. He'd be gone afore they
could suspect the kettle. No. that
clean kettle said plain as speaking that
It was one of the six.
"Now." went on November, "when I
knew that. I knew a good bit. and
when I saw the scratches on the rock
I was able to settle up the whole ca caboodle
boodle caboodle Chris put that stuff in the tea.
and as soon as It sent them off asleep
lie picked the money off them. Then
he went down to the brook, taking the
J kettle, the big boots and something to
hold a pack of stones with him. He
waded out to that 'flat rock and wash washed
ed washed out the kettle: then he filled up his
pack with stones and put on the boss
tujr ooors ai r tljar n, nan f '.!:
'to do but 'to. .walk up to rt) iffit :ui''
back a;rain. I:iyinx the fal-e tvnfi Ait?'
that he wnlcd out to th in-u r'vain
so : as to' Ira ve no tracks, niul h:inett
back mto his own moccasins, went to
the hut and to sleep."
"But tin scratches on the rock?
What made them?" v :
Thi iiails in the boots. Chris drew
up his feet "to fasten, up the lMots and
the nails slipped a bit on the rock."
"But the time. November. You said
the robbery was done between 2 and
3 in the 'morning. How did you know
that?"; ; ,;v: ''-:-:, V ..
"By the birches. He'd turn to the
light to put on his boots, and the moon
only rose above them trees about 2.
Till then that side of the rock was in
"And the stones in the pack?
"The heel track? was pood and
marked. You yourself noticed hojv the
chap walked on his heels?"
"Thatiold me, A man with a weight
Took it with him or. hid it.' said I; I
as Key ember seemed ).o expect a reply.
"When I mini's tOithUik It over I
was pretty sue he hie it, cos il there'd
nappijued to be an? argument or
quarrel or trouble about it there might
a been a search, and if the unites bad
MltLtNEl Y. FMEiTIES
Have D'cu sen the1 fetching little
turbans at. Miss lUarj "Affleck's? Ey-
erything.niity and up to hv minute
a' b"en found on oni of them they'd 1 In i.Mwf'nr TTncrairct over
have dropped him sure. Nelct point TT 1t, 0.
was where did he hid? it? Tqere was Helvenston store. lMtw 2tdly.
the rbek and the river bank and the
hut But it was all notes, therefore
the plaee'd hhve to be dry, so I pitches
on the hut. That wa:rright.'Mr.-Qua-ritch
?" ; ?--...
"I couldn't have guessed better my myself.",
self.", myself.", I said, smiling. ':. ', i "-.v':V!
NovemlnT mwlded. "So up we goes
to C. and there' we: finds them moss moss-backs
backs moss-backs 'accusing' the boss. Chris put
the boots back m the shack and the
Injttle on the shelf. An old grudge
made him do It. But I couldn't tell
which of the two small chaps it was
at that time., So 1 set the trap about
the lumbermen breaking up the hut
and Chris walks Into that II e knew
upon his back always does it And the hut was took down the notes ud
when 1 saw the stones that had been r be found. You'd think the ground was
raked up out of '"'the river bed why.
there it was like print and plainer
that the robber was a light man. That
got me as far a? to know it was one
of two men di-f it. Chris and Bill
Ma vers isn't sizable either of them;
they're smallish made. It were one or
other I knewi Then whichever it was
after he got the money what did he do
hot. under-him. until he starts to bring
tin; police. 'and htm the laziest fellow
m C! The minute he offered .to go 1
knew I had, him."
"And you still think Chris robbed
Dan?" . ..
I know it There was $127 that
can't be accounted for in tlie bundle
we took of!' him. and .$127 is just what
Mr. Close paid Dan."
Quarrel No. 1. .
"Confound it all," the bridegroom
tnutt?red angrily as. he and hM bride
were returning from a ten days'- honey honey-moor,
moor, honey-moor, trip, "wiiv do people staro- at us
"Fobably wondering, just as we are,
why, we married each other," replied
the.bride.St LouLs Tost-Dispatch.
"S-Jme newfangled scarecrow yon
have inithe l3eld. Hiram?"
"No; that's my boy. He insists cm
wearing his cap and gown while hoe hoeing
ing hoeing potatoes. lie graduated from an
agricultural college, you know'Kan know'Kan-sas
sas know'Kan-sas City Journal.
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fdmMaieM0E3!er S'UTl'S: and
$23 Grades (R"-f40 Grades .(wn CSO GradeiiO r
- N0W....:l:O NOV-- M.' -NOV 1:
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Its "Worth y'awr wHile to inives-
tiate this iMo.
NOTE THE PRICES
Large Florida Pecans
per pound ... . . '. 20c
Best English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil Nuts, best No. 1,
per pound 1 8c
Fresh California Raisins,
per pound ......... 1 5cf
Two pound for. . - 25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, -per doz . . 20c
Homemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound 15c
ALL FRUITS CHEAPER
ward for any
- can not be cu r (
We offer one hundred dollars re-
case of catarrh that
cured bv Hall's Catarrh
. 4 1 ....
( F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
(. j j We, the undersigned, have known
' K. .1. 0.hftneV for thft last. 1 ;i vears.
and believe -him perfectly honorable honorable-in
in honorable-in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by bis firm.
' National Rank of Commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in internally,
ternally, internally, actiag directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per ;bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad
WiJHs Are you going to take that
flat. you were speaking about? Gillis
I don t know. Of course we can keep
the baby in the kitchen range during
the summer, but I don't know where
we can put him in the winter. Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Record.
A nation which labors and takes care
of the fruits of labor would be rich
and happy though there were no gold
In the nniverse. Kuskln.
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430 N. Magnolia St;
CARMICHAEL, -. RLDG.
NOTICE TO CREDITOI
First Jew-"Dwenty years ago Gold Goldstein
stein Goldstein sold shoestrings on the corner
und today he owns the corner on
which he stood." Second Jew (ex-
r l .... ntr r m t li i
Uj cueuij j- una u ue naa vaiKeu up
j und down he might have owned the
Jl whole block." Life.
Notice is hereby glve to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priseilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with within
in within two years from this date, towit:
This 23rd day of October, A. D, 1914.
F. P. Gadson,"-":"
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priseilla Cody, vdeeeased. 10-28-wed
nTHTTn OO.tt "PvTrr 7- rrr:
Everything New, OppoiHe PcGalllce'.
,-: Special Wcelily riaJco ',:
Tefct for Seed 8.
Seeds not sufficiently ripe will ficat
In water, but when arrived at full ma maturity
turity maturity they will sink to the bottom and
this is p' fof that they are frond o
Dining Room in Connection
Reasonable Rat 23
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Oca la Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
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FOR TIE FAIR
(If you hare any Items for this department call phone 106)
si i I
Mrs. It'. S. (McCormick and little
daughter have returned to their home
in Ijeesburg after a ..visit of a week
to the former's .brother, vMr. S. W.
I sou and family. '.
Mis3 Ethel Crosby,- a former Ocala
girl, arrived -this afternoon from
Tampa and is the fortnight guest of
Miss 'Ellen Clarkson.
On account of the sudden. Ulnes' of
her father, Mr. C. H. Campbell, Sr.,
iMLss Irene Campbell had o postpone
ner visit to airs. James Taylor for
several lays or until the condition of
her father improves;,
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iMiss Mozelle Burkhoim- of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville arrived this afternoon to spend
fair 'week with Miss Gertie Peyser.
A telegram Saturday afternoon
from Dr. and Mrs. J. Harry Walters
announced -their safe arrival in CCen CCen-York
York CCen-York after a most pleasant sea voy voyage.
age. voyage. The weather had moderated
considerably and they were anticipat anticipating
ing anticipating their extended stay In the me metropolis.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson pleasantly
entertained the members of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist sewing circle this afternoon.
When needles and thimbles were laid
aside the hostess served delightful
tMr. Eugene Dodge of Jacksonville
vill spend Thanksgiving in the city,
the guest of his parents, JDr. and (Mrs.
W. HI. 'Dodge.
Mr. C. V. Miller of Tampa was the
guest Sunday of Mrs. Miller's par parents,
ents, parents, judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
IMrs. J. B.- Peacock, president of
the Williston Civic League, Miss
Irene Brewer and several other ladies
-of Williston, were visitors to Ocala
Saturday afternoon, coming especial especial-fly
fly especial-fly to attend the Woman's Club
v A dainty little daughter amv
iSunday to gladden the hearts of her
J parents, tMr. and IMrs. James iE. John-
"son. For severM years, little iMis3
i "Sarah Johnson r.as been the vouly
; child and the arrival of a 'little sis
has made her supremely happy -and
V ffhe envy of her playmates
(Mrs. William Wolf at iher attract
ive home on Watula street, enter entertained
tained entertained a few friends Informally last
evening at a deilightful musical com
plimenting lMlss.Goldie Buck of (New
York. T .
iMr. Tom MCGuire who is enrolled
at the XTniversity of .Florida this
-winter soent Sunday In Ocala a
guest of .the, .Harrington Hall.v iMr.
McGulre's -parents, iMr. and : Mrs. W.
A. lMcGuire of Chicago, are expected
this week at the Harrington; to
spend the winter.
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The members' of the Methodist
sewing circle spent a busy afternoon
today at the home of (Mrs. XJeoTge
CRentz, sewing and making final ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for their annual toazaar
to 'be held December 4th and 5th. ;
-ir. utiu jus. v iv. zjt;vvu.u&tt.i,
taster W. K. Zewadski, III., and Mr.
-Guy Zewadski ib arrive tomorrow
afternoon from Tajmpjifto remain un until
til until after Thanksgiving, visiting Mr.
and IMrs. W. K. Zewadski, Sr.
tMrs. W. 'H. iDodge has returned
home from attending the meetings
of the Florida Synod ical in Monti cel cello.
lo. cello. 'Mrs. 1 Dodge while in Monticello
was" entertained 'by Dr. and IMrs. G.
Miss Sara Agnew was in the city
from her Lake Weir home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. Cham-bliss, CMr3.
Eugene B-eall and Mr. Wallace Davis
enjoyed a pleasant auto trip to (Eois-
CVIrs. (Eugene Beall, Who has been
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Z. C
Chambliss, for some weeks, left for
her home in Chattanooga today.
The ladies of the East Broadway
Christian church are ibusy today get
ting their 'booth at the fair grounds
in readiness for the lunch sale which
they will conduct each day-during
the fair. Their prices will ibe mod moderate
erate moderate and it Is hoped the ladies will
receive liberal patronage as they are
working hard in order to help with
some necessary improvemenis in at
are to je made at an early date on
the interior of the church. Their
booth will be located next to the rest
room, so call there If you get hungry
and you will be served with sand-
kinds, with or
Health Day at the Woman's Clnb
Saturday, IVovember 21, was
health day at the Woman's Club and
the 'meeting was probably one of the
most interesting ever held by the
club, and was largely attended.
Mrs. C. It.. Tydings, president,
called the club to order at 315
o'clock and after the reading of the
minutes of previous meeting, Mrs. H.
C. Dozier, chairman of health took
the chair for the remainder of the
afternoon, calling on -Mrs. W. K. Ze
wadskl, -who in a few' 'well chosen
wrords presented the diplomas and
prizes to the winners in the better
babies contest held uov., 11-1 3th,
namely: Elizabeth Smith, 98.5; Escel
do Lor me iBlalock and Xathaniel Wal Walker
ker Walker Wilson, each 98; Frances G.Dur-
vey, Virginia Ciceila Carmichael, Us
each; George Phordyce Boutwell, 98;
iMirdam Osfborne, 96.5, and Handolph
Brown, Jr., 97,5. The prizes 'Were
two ?'20 gold pieces for eadh of ; the
three divisions and where the scores
tied the prizes -were halved.
The club was honored in having
two prominent women as its- guests
for the afternoon. 'Each delivered
splendid addresses on health -that
were filled with excellent advice for
the mothers and other interested
Cr. Ellen Uowell Stevens of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, federation health chairman,
spoke first, her subject (being, "Child
Hygiene." She thanked the club for
the splendid way in which it coop
erated rwith flier work and 'began her
address by saying that the discussion
of 'hygiene would ibe in a general
way, leading tip to the principal ad
dress to ibe given 'by Or. Bradley.
She declared it was the age of -child.
More stringent marriage laws, laws
pertaining to child 'labor and laws
for compulsory schooling must be
made for the perfection and improve
ment of children along all Hne3.
Tuberculosis is a child's greatest
danger. Ninety-seven per cent of all
children havs the disease 'before they
reach the age of fourteen years. Dr.
tevens spoke for "half an hour and
ihe was given the closest attention
The feature of the afternoon was
the address given by. Dr. iFrances
Sage Bradley, of Atlanta, her sub4
ject ibeing "Child Welfare." 'Dr. Brad-
ley briefly spoke, of the progress of
the work which started in the South
in .1-728 when in (New Orleans an or orphan
phan orphan asylum was established by the
Itoman Catholic church and many
homeless children cared, for in the
institution as well as in the drome
for- fatherless and motherless child
ren established in Charleston In 1790.
The speaker also said that while the
kind-hearted People of the South
were pioneers in the .movement, they
are not now doing their hare In
keeping up the work for the north-
ern women are putting forth greater
effort In this direction! She quoted
as many k as nine foreign countries
wiches of various
without hot drink3.
which have cut their Infantile on or- and Sumter knows the, venerable sec sec-tality
tality sec-tality 50 and C5 of the deaths retary, and few there be who do not
in this country are from preventable
Fir Rradlfiv Is connected with ths
American (Medical Society and isS
nhnlrman of the child welfare de-
artment of the general federation
and the efficiency and power of wom-
en's clubs to and in the work she
said, was proven in that the federa
tion Is the first woman's organization
ever recognized -by th federal gov-
ernment. It asks the cooperation of
the federation in keeping vital sta-
tistlcs and Dr. Bradley wiith several
examples, one local, emphasized the
great Importance of keeping an ac-
curate record or irtns ana at;aiii.
The federal children's bureau will
send for the, asking pamphlets on
"Care of (Baby" and "Care of Child."
She dwelt on the good toeing accom-
rvKifvi ;hfttter foabies contests.
Her address was very splendid.
The health day program was con concluded
cluded concluded with a delightful piano solo
by Miss iEllen Clarkscn.
After adjournment a social half
hour over the tea cups was enjoyed,
the hostesses being iMrs. W. V. Kew-
siW lfrs (Vnthn rTavo. Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski and IMrs. H. F. Watt..
Dr. Frances Sage Bradley of At
lanta and JJr. iEllen Uowell Stevens
of J a rrtsfvn vi 1 1 e 1 eft vesterday f O r
their homes. They came Saturday
especially to deliver addresses before
the Woman's Club and during their
short stay in the city made many
friends. Yesterday morning they
were guests of Mrs. C. R. Tydings
on a motoring trip to Silver Springs,
and after spending an hour and a
half on the water both declared the
j springs to be the most
place they had ever seen.
BVKttYIJODY .WOK K1XG FOIl ITS
SUCCESS WITH INTKIULST
lEverybody connecxed with the fair
took advantage of the bright, cheer cheerful
ful cheerful weather this morning to push all
preparations forward. The fair
grounds are an animated scene with
the officers, exhibitors and workmen
making ready and quite a number of
interested spectators looking cn.
Teople are coming ia from the
country I with agricultural exhibits,
and a, lot of stuff is .already in place
in that big department. 7 4
. The canning club folks have the
entire big, room that has so far been
given to the household display. They
have put it in good shape and are
helping to nil it full :
The, ladles -in charge of the house household
hold household display are .much pleased with
their transfer to the Ocala Lumber
and Supply Co's. building. They
h'aye more room and, better light.
They have shown great5 care and good
taste in the decorations, and are ex
pecting the toest display ever.
Mr. Bennett was busy with his
chicken coops and said he was exact exacting
ing exacting the. best poultry ; exhibit of his
fair young life. He wants to see all
the good-looking chickens in the
county at the fair. A
'Workmen were f ibusy arranging
booths in the Industrial deiiartment,
.but it Is too soon to tell a'bout the
Qlclver & MacKay are going to fill
their 'big building with the 'best. dis display
play display they have had. Competent
Vernie CRoberts Is looking .after the
beautiful as well as the useful, and
has already arranged an artistic and
patiotic display of flags and bunting.
The ladies -of the W. C. T. !U.,V the
Presbyterian and :- Christian churoh'es
are as busy as bees with. their rest
rooms and restaurants, which are
going to jbe attractive and helpful to
all' the visitors. : :
Cerlg's sureenough "t drugore will
be ready to open with the 'fair gates,
and is going to be one of the smartest
land -most appropriate features of the
The showmen of the Greater
Bhees"ley Attractions are Jboisily erect erecting
ing erecting their tents. Everybody who saw
these shows in Gainesville dast week
, ; ..... b.l v i'
was well pleased with them,, ;
The colored people are at
with their usual, enthusiasm to 'fill
ttheir department .with specimens of
their skill and industry.
SLlve stock, except race horses, of
course, hasn't begun to come in yet,
ibut the prospects are .that the exhibit
will bo .hotter than 'la'st year. 1
Secretary Williams 1$ here, there
and everywhere, "helping T Iwith the
skill of his long experience jand inex-
haustible good nature Judge Will-
lams ihas done good work for Marion
and Sumter counties dn Jhls. untiring
efforts for. the fair. o one could ex-
eel the public-spirited devotion with
which he has 'worked for this, great
Institution, in which all the people
of the two counties are vitally con-
cerned. ; 'Nearly everybody dn Marion
honor Mm for the unfailing helpful-
ness and "kindness toward -his fellow,
citizens that have characterized .his
long and useful life
COL. ROGERS ILL!
Postmaster It. P. Rogers has been
1 quite ill at ihis residence in the first
1 ward since (Friday. The colonel is
j suffering with an aggravated spel
of malaria. This "morning his con di
tion -was decidedly better and his
many friends hope to see him 'back
-at his post of duty in a few days
BUSINESS MEN'S CIiASS
WIL.Ii FEAST ON BIRDS
At the business session of the bust
frmrmrmrmp mtm wm turn mm w ) wj kt u '."iw
V rtto Mm iffri fn mm r -rr i r i r m njn n mi'
is yours to use.
Come in and meet your friends
Leare your small parcels in our care.
Use our telephones.
Come in and rest. i
Use the store for your convenience
what's here, you put here and
you're welcome to make the siore
Try a cup of
the best in the world
HUYLEFTS always fresh. If you're
out of the city we'll express it to
To W. TPJXLEU
:4-i: D is so ection
Prices.: : .'
:&0&s 'p: for
nes3 men's Sunday school class of
thd Methodist church, yesterday
it was decided to give a ibird
supper for the' members on Friday
night, the 27th,
The hunting committee, the Serving
committee and the various other com-
mittees necessary to. make the
event a ibig success have all; 'been
named, and" the members are look
ing forward 'with much pleasure to
the time when they will meet In the
east wing of the church building, Fri Friday
day Friday evening. to partake of the thirds
and everything that goes with them
to make them most pleasant" to
Sunday's attendance was good tho
not as large as on Tally day. The
slogan: of the class has been changed
from "One hundred January '1st' to
'One hundred and fift- by Christ Christmas."
mas." Christmas." The old slogan ibecame ob
solete two weeks ago when the cen century
tury century mark was reached by its -mem
bership enrollment. (
OCAIV HOUSE ARRIVAIiS
C. M. "Ward, Sanford; Henrj' Cur Cur-ran,
ran, Cur-ran, city; Frank D. Perkins,' Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; W. M. Gist, Qlclntosh; L.. O.
iMyer,' Rochelle; J. CM- Shusley and
wife Harrisburg,- Pa.; .W. T. Myd-"
dleton, Valdosta, Ga.; F. J. ttlaupt,
C. E. Stewart, Knoxville; C. (L. Qla Qla-on,
on, Qla-on, Lynchburg, Va.; (T. C. Raland,
Atlanta; Mis3 Clara Dibble, Platts Platts-burg,
burg, Platts-burg, N. Y.; JR. Williams, Boston;
IR. Boohn and son, Decatur, Ills.;
!i. P. Baker, Baltimore; H. M. An
drews, Jacksonville; John Partridge,
Fernandina; E. C. Felix, Atlanta; L.
T. Tenet, Gainesville, R. Ivey
and W. T. Olllligan, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; !L. lining and wifeWest Vir Virginia;
ginia; Virginia; H. A. Odom, Pedro; Mrs., T.
Harding, Chicago ; Mrs. 5Ielen Zim Zimmerman,
merman, Zimmerman, 'Jacksonville;; J. R. Britton,
Baltimore; A. T. Gdy, Richmond;
Dr. Ellen L. Stevens, Dr. (Frances
Bradley, Jacksonville; Dr. fR. T.
The only "Hotel on the Square
now offers you the service of its
dining room. Youll come again if
you try it. 23-tf
Call 4 80 for information at the
fair grounds. Gerig's. 2S-tf
Pennans and pillow
J styles, at KREGER S.
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Utl I;.iiUiiiIl ,tbuui U
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Broiled Spanish Mackerel, Diawn lattcr
- Shoe String Pel: t
Broiled Squab cn
- Mashed Pctatce ;
. Head Lettuce Salad,-Iloqucfort Chcc:rj Dressirv
Hot Mince Pie
: Civil arid ;Architcctu ralvEri mhecr-
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Surcrintcnd':nce r:
Construction of Steel and Concrete Hrh!r:cnf T:inK-
nigs, water rover,
Paving, Sewerage Systems a
Put onr Ad. inthe STAR if you; wan! R23II
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it. lull ii vil
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Toast, Currant Jelly
Mcitrc dc Hotel
Turkey, Cranberry Jelly
Hours : 12 M, to 9 ?
4 k y L
this country will enjoy great prosperity, the
far thinking observers tell us.
It will be something to take advantage of.
While many are now talking war, others are
quietly planning to profit by the Peace which
we all hope will come soon.
Make some observations of your own.
Buy a home site in Wyomina Park.
Not only will the war's end increase its value,
but the improvements proposed for the Park
will be valuable.
The development of the beautiful parkway,
Wyomina Park is one of the most attractive
places in Ocala.
A short way out and right at Lover s Lane."
LOUIS E. CMAZ&t & S0RJS C$.
Postoffice liox 475,
Ocala, I la.
' .v-i:-;-- Cry
stal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers, j
sanitary in every respect. Can j;
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity, jj
For further information address
Crystal River, Fla.
Poem of not more than forty lines written on
"THE OLD FASHION GARDEN" 5
Carrying out the idea of back to the garden as a;
means of reducing the high cost of living.
To anyone writing on the a6ove subject, either poem or prose,
and falling to get first or second "premium, I will give $10. All pre- J
miums to apply as first payment on one of those $100 lots in Ma-
rion Height-. Remember, I am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decern- J
ber 1st, 1914. Judges will be named later.
ii 11 o
il A f JA X Vwv U
Rt. Rev.'Abbott Charles, Pres. '.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director. &
TMtro tPocf f TVola r'l f tt rt tiq TT'oof Con' A ntnnl
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 Y
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COUHSES
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
D. S. POST OFFICE, TELKGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Oidicc of 5 Tourist TFalns
"DIXIE FLYER "DLXH2 LFMITED'
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LLMTTED
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
TIiJ Feature of the Fair l'romises to
be the.Ret One So Far
The racing features at the (Marion (Marion-Sumter
Sumter (Marion-Sumter Fair this season promises to
be the best have ever had. Messrs
George Rentz, Charles Goddard and
Malcolm Williams have" been hard at
work fcr several weeks to make up
j?ooJ cards for the occasion antl in inform
form inform a Star reporter, that the people
will certainly have an opportunity to
watch the best races they have ever
witnessed during the coming meet at
the local fair grounds.
; Among the horse owners at the
track are J. JL. Ames' and C. C.
Thomas of PulaskiTcnn., Dr. b. C.
Melton of Westville, Fla., Dr. .Lock .Lock-hart,
hart, .Lock-hart, Orlando', Fla., Charles itands of
Sanford, Fla. P. 'Hamlin of Pough Pough-keepsie,
keepsie, Pough-keepsie, X. Y., W J. Roberts. of
Lakeland, Fla., John SoJIer of Oak,
Fla., 'besides tlie local horsemen,
Messrs; 11: A. Fausett, J. R Black Black-iston,
iston, Black-iston, Joe iMalever Malcolm Will Williams,4
iams,4 Williams,4 Wilbur 'Smith, Walter Rav,
Hugh Nichols, Sam Igou and S. A.
The races for the fair 'v?ll be the
classiest that have been fc.cn on a
Florida track in many days and 'the
-managers assure us that each- day's
program will be -worth .many times
the pric? of ; admission to the
; Tomorrow's Riices
First race. Ladies' road race, open
to all; half mile; best two in fthree
heats. Purse $50.
Second race. Special mixed; trct trct-ting'and
ting'and trct-ting'and pacing for tMarion and Sum Sumter
ter Sumter county Tiorses; mile heats, 'best
two in three. Purse ?100.
iXhird race. 2 : I S pacing, open .16'
all; mile heats; 'best three in; five
Purse $100. ;
Fourth Tace. Running, half-mile
dash; open to all. Purse $50.
rrhe entries in all these events are
numerous and some real olassy step stepping
ping stepping may be expected from .the har harness
ness harness as well as saddle races.,
Those In immediate charge of the
racing are: Charles Goddard, starter;
George iK. iRoibinson, judge; A. E.
Burnett time keeper; iM. R. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, clerk.
On account of several of the sched scheduled
uled scheduled races not 'being filled, the pub published
lished published program will necessarily hav3
to be changed from day to day, but
those in charge assuro the public
that in each instance where a change
.becomes necessary a more attractive
event will take the 'place of the on
SAND ON EXPOSITION STREET
! The city street force is 'busy to today,
day, today, spreading sand on. flExposirdon
street and running the street roller
over it. The street -being blocked
makes it very invonvenient for the
large? number of vehicles going to
aiiid returning from the fair, grounds,
tbut there is no 'helping it.; City, En Engineer
gineer Engineer Drake is confident the street
will be in .good shape tomorrow.
, The Star orecom mends all tlocal au au-toists
toists au-toists who may xnot be in a .great
hurry to use the streets west and
south of the city in returning from
the fair. If they will drive west
from the gates to the corner of the
grounds, then south to the Dunnel Dunnel-Ion
Ion Dunnel-Ion road, and then -back into town,
they rw ill have.aELleasier time, rrhe
road is rough in som enlaces, but it
will ib e an easier trip than Exposi Exposition
tion Exposition street in a crow d
EVERYBODY SHOULD HELP
MAKE THE FAIR SUCCESSFUL
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
'138''W- Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
, Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
Tomorrow -brings "the opening day
of the eleventh annual fair, an insti institution
tution institution that should have the opera operation
tion operation and support of every true and
These fairs are the only means en engaged
gaged engaged at. present, I am sorry to say,
of 'bringing together the people
throughout the county. The 'bringing
together of people is one of the 'best
ways of advancing civilization, social
ly financially and otherwise.
Xow, of course, you expect to
spend one or more days at the fair.
I wish to impress on you that a fair
needs something more than your
presence to make it a success. It
needs exhifbi ts. IHave you thought of
this? Jf so, and if you have not al already
ready already done so, cast about and see If
you have not, during the past twelve
months, created something worthy of
letting your neighbor see.
You are attending the fair to see
what your neighbor has to display.
Then let your neighbor in turn see
an exhibit from you. You may try
to argue with yourself that the ar
ticle you have in mind Is not good
enough, 'but rise above this feeling
of cowardice; .bring an exhibit and
If you do not get the prize you nvill
Wm. W-;iif. ji 0" HP' k-
ii i :'i fill I Hi:
by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription f;o can you be! If life
seems a burden to you because you arc nervous, e::ci table or
irritable, if you have backache, headaches, unnatural pains
at times, it is because the functions of the feminine crana
are not being performed as nature intended. Present di : com
fort may be iollowed by a break-down of the constitution;
n i? if 'ii'
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invigorating tonic It give3 strength to Ute
v7hole.8ystera and especially to the organs dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly feminine. Thos a -whose work- compels
them to be too much on their feet those over overactive
active overactive in enjoying themselves all kinds of worn-
erf have found the Favorite Prescription a real
blessing" because of its power to bring restful
sleep and to banish mental worry and low spirits.
Dr. Plftree's Tavorlta Prescription wav- fntr fntr-Cucfd
Cucfd fntr-Cucfd over forty yesrs ago aiinr careful study
' of tha trouL:s Rd roda oi women. In ait :'.
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Every mother every wonrj.n EtoiiTJ avail herself cf tla"
opportunity to secure free a ccny of Dr. Pierce's reat to.
The Peopled Common Sense Medical Advi3er. Thi3 wl
give you iniormation end advice of vital importance
to you certain to save you fculTeringr and pain. Send
SI one-cent starr.p3 to pay jast the cost of rcail rcail-ing
ing rcail-ing and wrapping the" !tXj Pa?e, cloth
T.Iiss ntz-cih JLeruxU, Berhdtv. CoL. ear?.
Ihovisandi cf dr-Hirs X'-ouiJ not repay mo for what
Dr. Pn-reo's r-.-J.cL:"' I...ve dono for I rr.s a
nervous v,c.j ?I I I "":n tLcir use, crl t!."y en entirely
tirely entirely cured r:is in r : I time at Lttle cost. Hovr I
enn invest my r.'.cn It rc 1 estate instead cf doctor
U.i-;cnd I tnjov c rl'rnt health. Am xsevcr with with-,
, with-, out yovr ricLi. CJno thinj I errreciaia aiout
tbTn ia tl'.at thy Co not contain cry tlcchoL
"li3VPrcl years esro 1 co;-npIttc?y Lrckrn dm
In health from over-rcrk End beinprcn rry fet t ccn ccn-r
r ccn-r tar.tly. 1 Epent-' several hundred dollars on doctc.ra
and r-;:cine but with littla result. The doctors told
rr.o it Xi.ua womanly trouble
cr.j cfi xecin t-ciss cn ray
feet too much. Iwasachins
and had rains all over my
fciody and was so nervous that
' I could scream if my one
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- me, but I had the pood tot tune to
meet a narsa v io fcad Leei cnre- J
by using Dr. l'ierce's Baeuiciu.
Lho bad practically the rsme au
merit that I was euLEerirsfr from
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certainly .feel you have dono your
duty and you will no doubt be inspir inspired
ed inspired to do (better another tinie. Con Contribute,
tribute, Contribute, your mite towards the suc success
cess success of your county fair; don't act
selfish, tout show your neighbor what
you are doing; -get busy, bundle, up
your best article and hustlo it to the
fair now A '(Helper.
They "say the food And service at
the Ocala Mouse dining room is fine.
The proof of .the pudding is in chew chewing
ing chewing the bag.! 23-tf -.
- Oandy, cigars and soda at -Gerig's
drugstore. iPair grounds. !23-tf
" 'Purity is paramount- You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into ; your (prescriptions iher-?.
Bitting '& Knight druggists. 10-31-tf
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
t Hot drinks of all kinds at the
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Ie:ils
FOR RENT Eight room cottage.
Just iback of residence of (Mrs. L.
iHorne on Oklawaha avenue. L.
iN. Creen, Ocala.
WANTED -We want to "give you a
. Thanksgiving dinner, at the Har-
rington Hall hotel. Be our guest.
Ask us about it. English Woolen
iMHIs. .Cam tbuildlng.- 19-5t
IFOUND A way to get your Thanks
giving dinner free at the Harring Harrington4
ton4 Harrington4 Hall hotel. Ask us about it.
English iWoolen -Mills, Carn build building.
ing. building. J9-5t
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 0-9-tf
WANTBD-7 Three unfurnished rooms
by young married couple. sMust
be close in and in desirable neigh-
borhood. Address care Star, dh H
FOR iRENT T wo or three -furnished
rooms for. liht housekeeping,
just n orth of tosto ffi ce. Large
rooms and reasonable rates." 206
North Main street-, or see SMcIucas,
at Ocala House barbershop. l?-6t
FOR SALE upright Everett piano,
. good condition, $50; new crib,
$3.50.' 203 Watuia street. Phone
iFOR SALE Yonng, rat turkeys 20
cents per -pound delivered any anywhere
where anywhere in the city. Address John
iFoglestrom, Montague; Fla. 18-Ct
FOR .RENT-iRooms for light house house-keeping,
keeping, house-keeping, furnished or unfurnished,
electric lights. 306 S. Fourth St.,
- east. f : 20-6t
WANTED To buy a second hand
lounge, the springs .must be in
good condition. Phone 44 8 after
5 o'clock. 20-Ct
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Package Sunbeam Apple ,Butt--r ,. 2iis
Package Sunbeam Cocoa 1 Go
Package Sunbeam Fluffy, Codfish .. ... "15c
Package Sunbeam Kidney Beans .. . 10c
Package Sunbeam Salad Dressing 20c
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r Wo Put
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And if the teams could talk they vr!d UtnnJz ytv.f too for liclpln
to. lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which 2s a day ol
rest for nearly ( everybody but this ice man of yours
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Restaurant vith Moderate prices
Room Without Bath 51.00
Runninir Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES LN ALL ROOMS
.MDHJES Mo LQKfC
The only Hotel on. the Square
ROO.M AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1014
RIDDING RUSSIA OF RUM
The Better Wall-Board
'"p HERE'S a better way to
build walla than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
Ty is by using Eadger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-EOARD ia easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. DcnVwa.it for plasterers
do the work yourself. All the tools
needed ere hammer and saw end al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Ba 'ger-Eoard wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beau ti tiff
ff tiff ul effects.
Permanent Walls at
BADGER-HOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the aold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Beard and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
J. D. 3IcCASKIUif
State Agent, OCAEA, FLA
2,000 BOXES- OF
BJearly Ready to Ship.
Ox TREES OP A BEAUTIFUL
Do You van:; them' at a Bargain?
3 h;iv) a splendid 0:ar.ge
Gatrre, ot lSr.cres, on 2(-sJcre
trutf:, all feiieed but ro other im improvements.
provements. improvements. : More than :J,000
bexc-s cf ij-raiiges now on titles
alorost r; idy to ship. Big, ; :3ne
trees, rac3tly budded to Parson
Brown;. ; : '
' Prioa of Property us it s-.ac ds
-Greatest 'Bargain i:i thn Coanty.
i Call n or Address ;
Room 5 M'5 reliant' s Block,'
OCAlvA, FX A
Principally Owing to Micliael Tchel-
ishefT, Xovv a Millionaire, b'ut
Horn a Peasant
This, dispatch from Petrograd Idl
ing how 'Russia has gone dry by im
perial ukase, describes the man who
set the movement going, and what
he had to do, as follows:
The man who made .Russia "dry,"
who removed the "vodka curse" from
a country of 150,000,000 population
at a cost to the government of that
country of $500,000,000 annually in
revenue, told today, in a modest way,
how he had aecompolished his vast
undertaking how, through his ef efforts,
forts, efforts, a nation too much addicted to
drink, had become sober, industrious
kindly, thrifty, properous; and all
within a period of two months.
..The man is Michael Demitrovitch
Tchelisheff, a peasant by birth, a
house painter by (trade, then Mayor of
Samara, member of the Duma and
iow a millionaire humanitarian.
How Russia. Went "Dry"
Speaking of what he had accom accomplished
plished accomplished for the cause of sobriety in
Russia the gentleman said:
"I was reared in a small Russian
village. There were no schools or
hospitals or any improvements we are
accustomed to in civilized communi
ties. I picked up an education from
old newspapers and stray books. One
day 1 chanced upon a hood in the
hadns of a moujlk, which treated of
the harmfulness of alcohol. It stat stated
ed stated amonir other things that vodka was
"At Samara T decided to-do more
than passively disapprove of vodka.
At this time I was an alderman, and
many of the tenants living In my
houses were workingmen. One night
a drunken father in one of my hous houses
es houses killed his wife. This incident
,m.de such an 'impression on Tne that
I decided to fight vodka with all my
"On the supposition that the gov
ernment was selling vodka, on which
it had a monopoly, for the revenue, I
calculaed the revenue received from
it consumption in Samara. I then in introduced
troduced introduced a bill in the city council,
providing that the city give this sum
of money to the Imperial Treasury
requesting at' the same time that the
sale of vodka be prohibited. This foill
passed aid the money was appropriat
ed. It was offered to the government
bvt the sovernmect promptly refus
ed it. ;
"It then dawned on me that Rus
sian bureaucracy did not want the
people to ibecome s.obcr, for the rea-
The Home of irl
Business, Dress and
Formal Evening Wear.
Prices Range from ..
$5 TO $20
ART SCH&FFNER L MMLCloec
r l I err-; i V-I r BOYS SUITS
iy0 la Late Styles r.nd
XV V 'v sfc- K:r.; Ran;: of lVttrrn.
f 1 Hi A "Royal I!r.u:d" Roy's Clothe
'liW 1 '-C V COYS LIACKINAWS
. ? SHOES
E. SkufTcr Sliced for
?,tc::, Ilors il CI:";-
When you buy a costly piece of farm machinery, you go to th-3- man
who'll sell you the most efficient articles for the most reasonable pricsc and
who backs ur the machine with a Guarantee service. We answer the S2m
requirements in selling clothing that is guaranteed all wool and pancct
T workmanship. We lollow the
We make a specialty of fitting
hard-to-fit feet. X. & 31. Newark
made Shoes in all leathers,
A THE PAIR.
"Waterman's Special" Slioes
" $4 $5.50
Sizes 4 to 12; Widths AA tOf ItlR
GRINNELIi GliOVES with Reputa Reputation
tion Reputation for Service and Gloves for every
Occasion, Dress, Work, Auto, Driv Driving,.
TO ( A
From lightweight and Heavy, Wool,
in Separate Garments and
same principle throughout our
departments of Men's and
Boys' wearing apparel and We
stand behind what we sell and
every department is complete
with everything in Men's and
' ? V H ABEI U ) A S 1 1 ER
M f? if- i:
b isJm Sim mm ttm 1W fca idf -. Ti 11 1 11 1 1
COME SEE ME
MAIL ORDERS WANTED
Flannel and Wool Shirts in
and Heavyweight 1
Ridi::g Pants, Sweaters
OO CA TO (U
der, enforced for one month, .show
ed the (Russian authorities the. value!
of abstinence.' In spite of the gener-
son that it was easier to rule' auto- al depression caused by e war, the
J. E. FPwAMPTON
located In Ocala, Fla., Expert totk
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
Carpenter anfl Builder
Careful Estimates made on' all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ntr.ctor in the city.
The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 North 'Magnolia St.,
Clothing Repaired, Cleaned, and
Pressed While You Wait
E. L. ANDERSON, Prop.
HENRY M. .WILLIAMS'
213 West Rroadway, Ocala, Fla.
with E. C. Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South iMagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. .5L F. WIIiLIAMS, Proprietor
Old shoes made new; sewing your
soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re Repair
pair Repair Shop, 415 N. iMagnolia street.
critically a drunken mob -than a so sober
ber sober "peojile.
"This was seven years ago. Later I
was elected mayor of Samara, capi capital
tal capital of tlic Volga district, a. district
with ov;c a quarter of a million in inhabitants.
habitants. inhabitants. Subseauent to holding
ft is ofTiro I was elected to the 'Duma
on an iati-xdka platform. In the
D ima I proposed a bill permitting the
inhabitants of any. town to close the
local vodka shops, and providing also
that eveiy bottle of Vodka should
bear a Jaibel with the word ".poison.'
At my request the -wording of this
label, in 'which the evils of vodka
were set forth, was done 'by the late
Count Tx?o Tolstoy. This foill passed
the iDuma svhd went to the Imperial
Council, wnere it was amended and
Showed Evils to Czar
4I then -begged an audience of Em Emperor
peror Emperor (Nicholas. iHe received me 'with
great kindness in his castle in the
Crimea,' not far from the scene of
the recent Turkish bombardment He
listened to me patiently. (He was
impressed with my recital that most
of the revolutionary and Socialist
excesses were committed by drunk drunkards,
ards, drunkards, and that the Sveaborg, Kron Kron-stadt
stadt Kron-stadt and Sebastopol navy revolts and
the Petrograd and other mutinous
military movements were all caused
by inhebriates. Having heard me out
His 'Majesty promised at once to
speak to his minister of finance con concerning
cerning concerning the prohibition of vodka.
"'Disappointed at not having been
able to get through a government
'bill regulating this evil, I had aband abandoned
oned abandoned my seat in the 'Duma. It was
evident that the hureaucracy had
been able to obstruct the bill. Min Minister
ister Minister of Finance Kokovtsoff regard regarded
ed regarded it as a dangerous innovation, de depriving
priving depriving th government of 1,000,000 1,000,000-000
000 1,000,000-000 rubles ($500,000,000) yearly,
without any method of replacing this
"While I lobbied in Petrograd, the
Empror visited the country around
Moscow and saw the havoc of, vod
ka. He then dismissed Kokovtsoff,
and appointed the present minister of
finance, M. Bark.
Sobriety Increased Business
".Mobiliration precipitated the anti-vodka
measure. The Grand Duke
remembering the disorganization due
to drunkeness during the mobil'za-
tion of 1904, ordered prohibition of
all alcoholic drinks, except in clubs
and first class restaurants. This or-
paralysis of business, the closing of
factories, anl the interruption of rail railroad
road railroad traffic, tlje people felt no priva privation.
tion. privation. Savin jrs 'banks showed an in increase
crease increase of "deposits over the proceed proceeding
ing proceeding month and over the correspond
ing month of the preceeding year.
At the same time, there was a .boom
in the sale meats, groceries, cloth cloth-ingfi
ingfi cloth-ingfi dry goods and house furnish
ings. ;;: j- '-'J
''There remains only now to find
elsewhere the revenue 'which; up to
the present time, has been contribut
ed by vodka; There has been intro
duced in thci Duma a bill oilering a
solution of ihis question. The aim
of this bill is not the creation of
taxes. or an increase in the present
taxes, but .:a effort to render the
government domains and possesions
f v r rr rri n rrr
l I I t I W I J 1 1 t
S '. t I !
r i i i I j 1 I 1 i i
w m I t ( m, a J :. e f
. 1 J 1 T"
:i j 1! I j i i It f i
" We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days--party has to' have the money--Better
see us quick.1 -
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We also have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.
Ocala, Florid r.
Give Your Bieod
Drive Out Impurities ; and
Make tHe Skin Smooth
I wiiih to call the attention of the
ladies 'of. the county and city to the
fact that I now have an experience 1
sewing machine repair man and if
word is. sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally he will
call en you and do any neeied re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on' your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have.
ill If ".m TH n :' I '"s (T"
icqius t of: x.cn
t li Iff
CUT OUT PAPER DOEL.S
Tclscns In the blood, so tindcrmJr.p the
health cs to leave the system In a lor
state of resistance. But cse 8. S. S. for
brief time and you flare rp the vital
spark of blood viffor. It sweeps its way
all through the body, dislodges rheu-natiRm.
relieves catarrhal congestion, c'lears the
throat and 'bronchial tubes, dries up all
skin eruptions, enables the kidneys, liver.
Madder and lunirs to work promptly and
effectively in carrying impurities out' of the
circulation.. S. S. S. Is the best known
medicine for the blood and has thi cana cana-dence
dence cana-dence of a host cf people. Thev know know-It
It know-It Is harmless to the stomach and exper experience
ience experience has shown that It. accomplishes all
that was ever expected of mercury, iodide
of potash, arsenic and other destructive
Get a bottle of S. S. R. today at any
druggist. Head the important f;Ider wrap wrapped
ped wrapped around the bottle. It tells of the
work being done by a famons medical de department,
partment, department, with aids ana helrs that have
roven cf wonderful value tr those suf suffering
fering suffering with blood diseases. For a special
' ook on the srbiect written ty an-' expert,
'ddress The Swift Specific Co.. ;"7 Swift
'Ids., Atlanta, Ga. For nearly half a
entnry 8. S. R. has been the sifegua'd
f a myriad of people who are living ex ex-Mpl?s
Mpl?s ex-Mpl?s cf what wonders can be accomplished
' this famous blood purifier. Get a bottle
dcy but refuse all substitutes.
We will give to the ladies' and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitt;ng & Knight, Drug-
BEST COUGH MEDICINE
"Three years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it 'bene 'benefited
fited 'benefited liim 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
an adult. Sold by all dealers. ad
p-p C) r-
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
' and .Safes.
' the Best.
We ih 11.
Superior to 1'J.i. U r
cr Ceili!? in
Quuility or iVIco
.' ,) J ij
71 f ft
Queerest Vord in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief is the queerest
Ford in the language. At first It was
kerchief (couvre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it became handkerchief,
a covering for the head carried in the
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a covering for the head held in the
hand and kept In the pocket.
4Ke Took the House.
- Cltlman (to house agent) "I thought
you said there was a charming vIctt
from the front -windows? Why, there
are only houses to be seen,". IIoucs
Agent "So there i3 a charming viev
sir. In the house opposite lives tho
most beautiful widow you ever clapped
eyes on, and she's always at the window."
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
o c e o q a
t 9 $ 9 I
iprrdiiwi' inifc dSiwh, jtNk. H'-
Your Crder will L:. o
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5 At Croa!i' Vrrn r
e oooeeooet'Oua e i
r-'IS CCA LA .EYiriillCJ T
If i i
(luring tlte r
m- n iv- naiirin nnm nnr.nn TIP- nn:
ml i-is. i.j- r ijlV -fe .V'''T i iii ill iV m f M t
III : i I p. 1 p I llnlliV
Li j U JIj LjULI J U U LJ O u v Li U.iLj'Uu Eli ULulJu
to call at our place near the S. A.! L. de de-pot
pot de-pot d visit the
Also the best arranged Retail Bar where
courteous attention andjprompt service
( .... ...
We have dozens of other items on which
the price is just as good, inour great stock
of Ociiors, WMe aicl lseF. :'' :r
NOTE THE CUT IN PRICES BLOW
Harris, Johnson & Co.'s Special ;
$1.50 goods, now going at
the cut price' of H- fy
per quart ....... P JL XJKJ
Jefferson Club, the
always want. Was
selling at, per
quart. .... . .
Best attention wilLbe givenyour mail
orders here. Oldest, Best, Most Reliable
Liquor House in town.
Make our iplace your headquarters.
You are Welcome.
ML h JJ Jl J&LJ
; j i .f j gj I:-.. 1 j R 1
on 32 oz. quarts
to .... .'.
Cream of Kentucky, "Thee'
cut, per. quart,
COM IPxM If
Visitors to Ocala
worth $2, cut
; PERSIAN GULF FEAOLS.
Yh Divers Are Practically Clave of
the Coat Masters." ;
lioniijay, noted for its pearl markets.
In not a pearl producer, though tiie
pems are bought there for shipment
to ait parts of the ; world. The pearls
sold in ttooibay come from ihe Buhreiu
Islands, a small archipelago on the
wtstern side of the Persian gulf,
which,, although adjacent to territory
under tte control of Turkey, is gov governed
erned governed by an independent sheik under
special t'.ritish protection, the British
government maintaining a politic?.!
aigem tut re.
Of this group of islands only those
of Rihrein and Mabarak are of anj
size. Their Importance, however, is
out of all proportion to their extent!
for they, r.re the great center of the
Persian gulf pearl fisheries, which are
the world'a chief source of supply for
pearls. Tte sheik of Bahrein -Is said
lonave a customs revenue amount amount-;lng
;lng amount-;lng to a boil $400,000 per year, which
makes, him the richest ruler in the
ll'ersiac gulf. The pearl" fisheries un under
der under his control may in a good year
nring to his islands as much as $2.-
It is -diOicnlt for nevcomers to ob obtain
tain obtain the services of good divers owing
i:o the ssystem in vogue, which prac-
ilcally mnkeii this class of men sld
tu; the aasttrs of the pearling boats.
The nu'is. earning? in the. majority of
crises ure ins;jtlicienr to keep them all
t.ie yea!" rourd. and consequently tbey
take "ad "ranees t from their masters year
aTter year to such an extent that they
ui never repay their debL. SVbcn a
divei; el-cts enga ge himself to a:a a:a-oimer
oimer a:a-oimer boat the; owner of the latter has
to pay tip the debt clue to the former
muster iliould be engage him. Argonaut-
SCRAPS AF'D A DlfiiJER. :
A French Chefs Feat Vith" Food Thai:
Hsid E'een Discarded.
A year or tvo ago I wins chef in a
country gentleman's household i a Eng England.
land. England. Tho nioralng alter ray arrival I
looked around tbe kite ben grarden. and
in the dust bin that stood in the back
yard I saw a hiixtme of. food that
could havi; bee a turned into a flrst
In nbout :;four tquartis of mil's that
had turned i our were jwiramlns stale
half loaves, Vdrunsticks of 4 fowls, old
ham booes. cjld boiled potatoes, trim
mings of dough made for piecrusts,
crackeci eggs.; some olc codfish and
some spoiled macaroni.
Next day 1 fonnc! a second consign
meut, very similar, about to be carried
away and thrown cvX. I stopped this
. lot. sorted it ftt and. with the help of
a little stock, half a doze a eggs and
a hare (hat had been shot on the es estate,
tate, estate, served a seven course dinner for
-a family of ten that night, and the
master of the household called me up
and complimented nie before the whole
family on the best dinner tbey Jhad
had for a year.
Afterward hisi wife sent for me and
told me that, though pleased with the
dinner, she feared 1 had been too ex extravagant
travagant extravagant and said that her rule' was
not to allow more than 7 shillings per
bead in housekeeping. It was a se severe
vere severe shock to her. to hear 1 bad fed
the family on the sins of the cook that
had left, the day before, the cost being
not over niuepeoee per head. From an
Interview Witli a French Chef in Na National
tional National Food Magazine.
The Market In Cauls.
We believe that there Is still some
market for cauls among sailors, who
retain their belief in the efOcacy of the
membranes as a protection against
-shipwreck and drowning. Notices of
-Cauls For Sale Within' -were .to be
seen recently in windows In the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of the docks-of both London and
Liverpool, but itryfUi some time since
we have noticed' Jfh advertisement of a
caul for sale Iril he daily press. It may
be remarked that the sale of cauls, so
far from being a very ancient custom.
Is a comparatively modern innovation.
The witchcraft of the middle ages de declared
clared declared agaiL-st the caul retaining any
virtue whatever If parted with by gift
or sale to any but a member of the
child's kindred. London Lancet
- The Struggle.
Thevroad to pminpnw nnrl nnwpr
from an obscure condition onsht not
to be made too easy nor a thing too
miKdj of course.
culty and some strngle. liurke.
Tangled Up In Boston.
tlank-Fver in Boston. Bill?
Hank Get tangled
Ri!lA little I tn!n r,r, frnn,
fmut porch, run two miles with him
and stopped to rest right on de same
rrout porch I stole him from.-Philadelphia
A Spanking Team.
Now, Tommy, this little story says,
The rich man had a spanking team
Now. what's a 'spanking team?
"I know. My pa and ma's one,"
i i uit-siiur IJMS anyilling ever
dif covered- on Venus? SrudentXo,
sir. there has not if the pictures are
That action is not warrantable which
eitbt-r blushes to beg a blessing or.
having succeeded, does not present a
mwh of course. If rare merit be the.il t..
rarest of all things it ought to pass U iXVl I PVTm""' ? Htl A
through some sort of probation. The'lf 8UtoJ
temple or honor ouirhr tn ht- Rnntl on s i i.
an eminence. If .lt be open ttroo. i'g.S'jUS.ffcS B
virtue let it be rememberefL, too, that ; B and school ou likely question ti.ecu p- i
virtue is npvpr trfwi hnt Kr cnmn hum in? of soTXie etp word. A friej.d p.kL: 'n
uiue is never tried but by somemU- s -u-haMd-rsmorr iiardcn?" Yraaxi
I do not say, ?becr.i;ce cotton, is not
my Ojusiness, 'but I do call tho at at-tendon
tendon at-tendon of ilr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Chewer, who buys a pound of ray
El Troni co Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents (which equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that-you will find
pipe, smoking a, pleasure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, you will find
this tobacco -pure, unadulterated, be be-in
in be-in my own product, tho clippings
of my cigar factory cut up and the
dust abstracted -therefrom, and eon eon-caining
caining eon-caining a combination of -puro cigar
leaf toha'ceo that costs as hizh as
?4 a 'pound. A trial nwiII convince
you This tefba'ceo as put vp ia 2, 4,
8 and 16 ounce paclrages.
Yours truly f
Eli TJTtOPICO CIGAU FACT 01 tY
OGALA FRAIEE1 :-0.
MARIOX-DUXN 3IASONIC LOl)
Clarion-Dunn Lodge rro. 10. F, A
A. M., meets on the first and thir'
Thursday evenings of each month
7:30 o'clock, until further notice
- Baste;: Cam, 7. CI.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
'ordeii of EASTi:n:; ltar
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 2D, O. E. t,.,
meets at Yono's hall -tie second ac.d
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs, Flora Brown, W. ,M.
Mirs Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. Ol F
meets in Yonge's Hall every. Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clocu. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethrei. J. II. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, EJecretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A,
3oncordia Lodge, Fraterna? Union
of America, meets :in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. CL. Taylor. F. II.
has. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
KXIGIIT3 OF PYTHIAS
Ocala. Lodge No. 3 9. Conventions
held every (Monday: at 7:30 p. nt., zX
Castle Hall, over, the James Carlisle
drugstore.-A. cordial welcome to., vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. WmVGober, C. C.
. Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. G. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 3!1, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Oila
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. ,11., on the
fourth Friday In every month at
7:30 p. m. E. Cacaor, II. P.
' Jake Bro-A'n, SecreUvy.
OCALA LODGE 70. B, P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, "Benevolent
and Protective Order, of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren alvays welcome. Club houce
opposite postofSce, east aide.
'David S. Willi itas. E. R
,L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OP. T.lOUiJC
Ocala Lodge 'Mo. 699, L. O. U.,
meets every Thursday at S:30 p. cn.
Visiting brethern alv.'ays welcome io
the lodge and club house on --Magnolia
street, near postoClcc.
J. D- LIOZIHGO. VatchiriEter
X All kinds of Jewelry, Type Type-t
t Type-t writer Sewing. Machine and
Graj)hone Repairing prompt-
executed. Prices reasonable.
i' Satisfaction guaranteed. e
2IG S. Linsnolia Street
Ileie is ill
U'hat makes mortar h
II the location o f Lock Kctrineox th Dronus Dronus-11
11 Dronus-11 ciation of JujuUxu What i? Kife covtf :
g 4C0.CC0 7ord3.
U CSGO IllaStrslIonS.
; g The only dietionarywith
g the new divided paae,--ch'ir'
g Genius. frf).
s India paper.
friction to own tJ
and so convenient to usel
One half the tluckiw find:
g vrcightof Jlesrular iUiitioa. T J
g On strong Vook paper. TTt. fi" :".r
I 3 TrritftJTPcJSi rajss.
: g uiMtrafcos, ese.
I SB IZtr.tLtm tLU
1 .Vi; fi.
S upd recelr
f5 G. wi C.
h sprkjtffcHKasaN ;
l This New Creation angers all fcmas cf ;
ii qncstiorjslnrar.s:tare,Ili;lorT,i;io?rraphyj rj
r P i.-tion. Forcicn Wordn r.-.des, Arts and ; l
thin, opnmie, strenjr. r.tf ?. T
What a s:ttis- US it;
iellerriam H' l''7 iff
teria a forra so lisnt I
ions v.'lio Ixave"
di::coi!ratio 1 and d .7.
are a few words of .t
lyJl j 't-U S it!-- Uji LM I 5,"-Al ilill'CIlCJ
eat the li;:htf food;;. It ricd every
things that I heard of to yt rel:.t
but unUl about a year, n-o v.L -I
saw Chamberlain's IV. o lorn adver adver-ti?cd
ti?cd adver-ti?cd and get a bottle of thr. ilul I
find the right treatment.
gan to improve n::J sinco tal: a
tew mottles of them my dige.-:tl,u i;j
I cr sale by all dealers.
xotu'i: or aimm.ication rou i.zv:' i.zv:'--
- i.zv:'-- - : Ti:ns iti:.t .
unaer.ijnei, on ;tue --t'l
ember, A. D.. iy li, will
governor of t!ie -t:ito
office Ir fh& cltv of T.il
' or Uoc Uoc-:y
:y Uoc-:y to t:-"
a. -a. :
I va r.
. ij. it Lapp.
ostetl Courier of ilie Wlitli
elate ourselves together for tho i
pose breomlns: incorporate J in:
t:iO 1 i''. of tho -state of K, -iri :,t
exilic to rporatJi;s for j
c.:. -.:a:a, .Mariun c.in.:v
without tle ,it:ue 'ol 'loricl.i
board of lilrtvirs r;viv- in -i
time 'dt.-j:j3a e -ircl annoir.:
J".' A ,1.1. (ft..
-v-'i ; '.iln
man: tain other otlkt-
company a.:, ot.u ;.-iaces
an-a without Vio tt.de of
;T.no general vaturii tip
be 'traru;.lcte.l hy -tiu; cox;--.
il .': 1 1
uy and so 1 1 nnJ.-r. .-iii
lime,' comcn: tv.;.I -..ill .o;I;r n.
for building? tiid ftrr.ctun ?
To buy, i-cU an! in : U 3
su-ppUc cov:jrn.oliti-.-s, .rnciv
pc-r.s o n : 1 y. r o p e rt y,
"lo-cmrase in-aj conduct
ness of icon tract l;t;T for tho f
consti-ut;lfr.-. of iU kinc'N of
work Lrjd -stniict'iires ami to
piovico cstiniatt-s, an 1 i l:iv.:i
t.'K) busl busl-!;:'tke
!;:'tke busl-!;:'tke r. n ;1
To 'hay, !ell, proluc; ar I
ture lumtor. tTosssties ;ir;i
d ucta trvxn u fa-c tur td from 1 1 : n f o r.
penunti-ana rosin and naval ituri i p
And the iconipany shall al.-; ihave
right ito carry on suc'.i u'.'.,cr ;-u: '.r
as Is Incident to -the jrur;..,)-;..; 4.f i
charter 'ar-l not -hvcMnl-a. nt -wit;;
laws ot the ctato of riori.Uu
- aiiticm; hi
vT;he amount of the -co-Mta! : tr-:t
this cworatlcft shall bf TJ:,
b-3 divided into on 50 iiu:;nm:t
of (the jisr vr-l-a of. ONi: 11UNI;;
($100) IOLI,AIvU c:;.ch w.hiiri
f-.hare'j cf stock L :ll It-- j ;L1 for ri :
iui money or tine ;nitt-a
If a t
ihe conveyance of ;uiy : ro;
or or i. erv ice s, a t .u c i Ju i
thereof as m:iy Iixt-1 !v
of llrf!cCor3 at juij .moetini.-; tail i :
: ai:tici.:i iv
' The term for -'.vhlrjh thi c? r?- M
iiihall exist hull. be v
' T.h e b u si n i- e 't i; :. s c o j r
be conducted by ;i pj-esideat,
iident, sotctary, treasurer ai
oJ dlr&etcra of not slcs thnn t
herd nor. more than "v
nho ofticcte of ;-..t rvtury
tarty .be iheLi by orjf u:. V.-.e
ion all toi whi'ch "s.a;d -f ;k
te -lected at the niiti'al xr'tA
tocl;.'voi.ler3 to hi h-M
'Tuesday in 'January f i
fllowin;? named 'persons
t t.,e b '? 3 i nc s. o f the c :
the ofce;-.-: elefte.I a: t.
m ;.ti:i r shall bo. duly i
Prevalent A. A. .McC
V';.;e ITetidrnt Iva
i?c :r-..tar and T-rea Jf
13c i r 1 of li r(?o to "V- A
Iva. ;::ill5r an-l il. U :
:j 5 c
-r i tier:
,The highest cm wt'd In.I -l te l;.
to trhich 'tlvJ-H corpt ration t.hall a.t nt:
time' subject it. --elf b i'ii '-
T i 1 OUii AND ( I 0 X ) 3 1 .1 .U :
- '.HTICJ4i: jVII.
Thr-. names a r;..iC
Jlf.v t- 1
ilillc-r, Oct. la 1
n. T Htami. Ocala. Fl;-rV.a,
:n:-fi the lu-
N o v e m $ c t A 1 ). 1'J 1 4
A. A. :,Ie(J-r,'.'..;al ( fi ll
lva 'lillcr (.-fsl) ..
'I j;iapp -i.i) r
State of Flor.vta,
. Cotmty jwf .-..iMarjon.
lx.ronully ai.pe.irol b?fn-.-j tro, t if
uiid.;.r.4:',r tu:.;: rity, A. A,, :ic(-1-
lva. t MUI-T i:i.l II. Ij. '. J:t:v:-: ;
Vv-eSl Lrsovn to S"j poros j
in and who executed thi for ;
art!r!ts of -lr. .rrporatio-ri (-th'
COMPANY arvl who a-:-.": rj y.vi 't
ore ire, ; that they aUiio1, i-cjalt-l sinn
idcliV-.Tt di til'.: ;-;tme for tl?o u -i :. -purpoesU
herein set forth: n i :xpre. s
V:ine!f my har.-l i.-.l f;-il
this tiie :i(th day of Aovot.l.ir, A. 1.,
( Seal) ; v i i.tii j,
. Notary" Public f jr the M.te of 1 : ri ri-da
da ri-da at lanrn. 4,
day'of February. A, x IV 13.
.OTicn of :u,::r;ii.v
ff-ala. i"lor;Ja. N't, 10 IK
"Under: and by virtue c:' autL-j:
vpsffii in the vt i5 lr;:vr J is mayor
the city of Ocala, a :?s'.n: ici;j il coii"-:
tion or,'?i.nized an-i ..:! 5 li sr -r uf. U r t:.r
laws of-UHf state of riorlaa, I ,;-r--y
Iroclairn and p;ive notice tint a
cipal eleiticn tor the city of O; !.:.-. j
h'-rebv called" and vill l, i jn I..-?
ha; 1 city of U:.':l3, Marlon county i ;-r-iia.
for the purj'O'-'o .of
leaver ot the said city, air uro cr:r..
ciirri.an f.orn th Sr: wavfi; j ;.-,c f,-,- j
cour;eilmcn from the i.-vyri v t---vjt:
one to Fcrve a- rsjvnl tr .;-'.':-.:i-nian
from, said ward and one to :U :"n-exjjirc-fl
term of Ji II. Jlnblnsar;; ;
one councilman ro:n thirl war..; -'.-.
two eouncilrnen from fourth i.-;r .1, t -wit:-one
to ??rve rts rrcal'ir our.- i i-man
man i-man front said warn ard oat to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N.-l ir fr tho .4 i; 1
city aforesaid and hereby aj-r-oint tho
Inspectors and clerks as lolioWo:
Ward Ko. .yie; O. li. Hows?, r. I,
ricckharn. J. Hi -Spencer, inspector.;, t.rd
J. V. Kea, clerk.
Ward No. Two: C. II- Ma.tbw3, Irtta
Stevens, C M- Ilvlnjrston, inspector.-,
and It. II. Whetstone, clerk.
- Ward No. Three: I Warner, '.
ITurt. A, JJ. Fau:ett, Inspttoi ?. ar. J.
LL Bailey, clork.
Ward ;o. Four: C V. KrayMII. I. w.
Oirlp. W II. McConn, lr.ypttCT.-;, i.:. -i
A. Y. S trunk, cl-rk.
(Seal) j. i. iionr.ii'rro:,,
Mavor .nf (X--.la, Ilori.:i.
Attest : IT. c. s rf4T itu : : it.
City Clerk- U-iJ-.-Tri
Give ns, oh, Give, vt.i, -tno n.
the ssnie thivi--,- :ji -io It b :-r
I he v. sii
It is not at
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1914
Nourishment fine fla fla-vor
vor fla-vor -purity crispncss
for 5 cents, in the
HAH AL1 CnACKEHS
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
.baked and fresh de delivered,
livered, delivered, zo cents.
A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich- and
delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp and always
fresh, xo cents.
Uiy biscuit baked by
Always look for that Name
tlcrchants & '.liners Trans Co.
New Steamers. -Low res. Bes:
service. Wireless telegraph on al
eteamers. Through fares. and tickett
to all Northern- and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,, ?
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
Be sure and b.Ing or send a cor correct
rect correct description; of your property
m hen you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the .possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one (l)
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2ra Tax Collector Marion Co.
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
You OTjpni Ihfirve :
-a KIM BALE
K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tQmorrow evening1.
Oid iFellows meet tomorrow night.
PyMan Sisters tomorrow night.
Everything in .the drug line at
j Ge rig's store on the fair grounds. 23
South Carolina Rust-Proof and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-2-tf.
We wiii have films for ycur kwlak
at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala House? You'll never know
how goot it is till you do so. 23-tf
Mr. Joe Z. Trent of -Knoxvllle is a
business visitor In the city, stopping
A pretty JRtte daughter made her
amearanoe atLthe home of Mr. and
&lrs. Eugene lender in the northern
rt of town (Friday night. V
The directors of the A. C. L. Ry.,
in their annual tour of inspection of
the road, passed thru Ocala in their
special irain yesterday r:
(There was a large number of peo people
ple people out at the fair grounds yesterday,
viewing the preparations with great
air. Will C. Butcher, of (Louisville,
Is in the city for a few days to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate the "P. & G." paints at the
iMcTver & -MacKay ibuilding at the
Secretary 'Rooney and Dr. Weaver
returned Saturday night f rom a suc successful
cessful successful visit in behalf of the Florida
Vegetable 'Marketing Bureau to the
farmers of Polk county.
Chief Chambers and his men were
kept busy Sunday .evening, having to
answer three fcalll in three hours.
All were smairmatters ibut
have been great .If ithe firemen had
' An old negro, who came here
same weeks ago, a victim of con consumption,''
sumption,'' consumption,'' died at the ihome of a
friend on Pond street yesterday.
A sneak thief slipped into the
house of (Mr. and IMrs. G rover Mc Mc-Clure
Clure Mc-Clure this morning, and stole a hand handsome
some handsome watch 'belonging to GIrs. Mc-
Clure. ... -:-
Contrarj" to general belief, the
demonstration garden at the 'fair
grounds was not destroyed by the
cold of "Friday night. Some of the
more tender plants were killed, but
the cold seems to have done the
anions, English peas and more hardy
growths good instead of harm.
By all means .the dead globes in
the welcome arches over Broadway
should be replaced before tomorrow
night. They make the illumination
look too ragged t be impressive. V
'. Mr. A. M. Flanery. who sever several
al several weeks ago assumed charge of the
Selling department of the Davis Cy Cypress
press Cypress Tank Company, at Palatka, ar arrived
rived arrived this morning to take charge
of an exhibit being made at the fair
by his company.
Mr. J. R. IMoorhead, who has been
spending the past six weeks in
Gainesville superintending the con construction
struction construction of a race track for the
Alachua Fair Association, returned
home Saturday night. -.
We are selling Stock and Poultr.s
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts. or ouct3 packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
iMr. Lang Goodyear, a former Ocala
boy who with his family has been re residing
siding residing in Dunnellon for the past two
years, has moved to Lakeland and
is living with 31 rs. Goodyear's
grandparents, iMr. and Mrs. I. L.
OPEN DA AND NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiocr. Art v.
The city tax books nave :been opeu
for payment of ,1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The' law provides that
they be closed 'Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of '10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
, W. W. Clyatt,
; City Tax Collector.
Office In court house. 11-6-tf
ALL SECTIONS WILL JOIN
IN MAINTAINI NG OK DER
The plan of the fair association to
have the grounds patrolled all during
the 'fair by citizens from different
parts of the counties has met with
favor among those approached on the
subject, and the following marshals
will act in that capacity:
Geo. iRentz, chief marshal; 'Xathaij
Mayo, SummerfieTd; B. C. Blitch,
BJitchton; Charles Lamb, 'Anthony;
E. .Moseley, Flemmington; F. M.
Harp, 'Eureka; C. A. Davenport Belle Belle-view;
view; Belle-view; R. D. Douglass, Weirsdale ;
Jno. !R, Rodgers, Connor; W. T. Di Di-pree,
pree, Di-pree, Citra; 'B. B. 'Mathews, Fairfield;
J. O. .lllghtower, Candler; J. T. Lew Lewis,
is, Lewis, Oklawaha ; Sam Slack, Martin ;
C. B. Howell, Lowell; E. O. Row,
Roddick ; J. 'TV. Rawls, Dunnellon ;
Geo. Davis, iDunnellon; E. W. Rush,
iMdlntosli'lW. (L. Craig, Center Hill ;
W. C. Finley,.Bushnell. i
COLD WEATHER DIDN'T
HURT POLK COUNTY
i fMr, in IM. Howard has received a
letter from the superintendent of his
'big orange groves at Auburndale,
Polk county, saying that the cold
weather did no damage down there.
.Thursday night the lowest tern pera pera-ture
ture pera-ture was 30, Friday night 34, and
Saturday -night $6. There mas very
Jlttle damage done. Mr, Howard says
he ihas a field of snap beans that fare
just' up good and growing nicely, and
they swere net even touched iby ; the
UNCERTAINTY IS 0T:it
A reporter of the Star called on
fMr. J. Ji Gerig and asked him if he
would run for alderman from the
second ward at the election next
month. Mr. Gerig said yes 'he -would
be a candidate, and having consented
to run would appreciate the votes
and support of the voters of the
ward ' '"y : -
A 'petition iwas. filed wiih the city
clerk as prescribed by law, In 'Mr.
Gerig's absence and without his
knowledge and there has 3een an
elemtn oil uncertainty among his
riends as to wihether he would con-
lent to make the race. : ''-' 5
DECORATING AND TAINTING
.WILIj BE 'DEMONSTRATED
Mr. W. C. Butcher, painting and
decorating specialist of the.Peasley-
Gaulbert Company, Louisville, Ky.,
will be with us at our exhibit at the
fair grounds Tuesday and Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. v (He is an expert paint man and
will be glad to solve any pain t prob problem
lem problem you have on hand absolutely free.
Ho will also demonstrate to you the
advantages and superior qualities of
the Peasley Gaulbert products. Don't
fail to talk with him about your
painting 'before you leave the fair
grounds. He .will be in our private
exhibition building near the grand
stand. It i s iMctlve & iMacKay. ;
REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUT
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly believe it saved his life," writes
Mrs. J. S. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. 'I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale by all dealers. ad
Bear in mind that Chamberlain'
Tablets not only move the bowels.
but Improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sal
by all .dealers. ad
v Odd-Looking Shark's Egg.
A shark's egg is one of the oddest
looking things imaginable. It is un
provided 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
tnchesand it is almost jet ''black. :
By trading with the Ocala
Cash Grocery Company.
Every package guaranteed
A FEW SPECIALS
3 Lbs. Best Rice. ...
1 Lb. Bliss Coffee . . .
Pint Good Florida Syrup.
Irish Potatoes, peck ......
5 Gallons of Oil. .........
BACON, per pound ... .
Cheese, per pound .......
Lima Beans, per pound. .
Quart Good Florida Syrup
Quart Good Vinegar'. -..
EVERYTHING CHEAP FOR
OCALA CASH GROCERY CO.
Next to Burnett's
. Fort King Ave.
SEE IIKE178 A SALE
OF NAVAL STORES
New York, Turpentine, 48 to 484;
COTTf:; IETCHKS .MORE COIN
Market Steady Today and Closed
With .Trices IIif;hr
New York, Nav. 22. Cotton .was
steady and two to six paints higher
today, decern ber 7.2 G ; March 7.65;
Thls report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the
e rumen t. ..
Max. MIn. : R. F.
.77 53 ;
.80 58 ; .
.80 53 .
.79 54 ...
.74 62 ; .33
.72 68 .
.'76 56 ' .
.76 Z 33
.76 0 ;
.66 -45 .'
.60 ; 34
(Nov. 2 ... .
ov. 3 ;
ov. 4 .....
Nov. 5. ....
CCov. 6. ... .
Nov. 7. ... .
Nov. 8 .....
iNov. 9. . ... ..
Nov. 10 ....
iNov. 13. . .
Nov. 16. . .
'Nov. 18: ;
Nov.' 20 .
-Fair tonight and Tuesday, warmer
on the east ccast; light frost tonight
In exposed places In interior of -north
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Atlantic Coitst Line f (
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg1
9:05 p. m.
No. 10. Lees'burg to Jacksonville
1;05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 12:03 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville 2:05 a. m. r
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg .2:40 p. m.
'No. 4 0, St. Petersburg to Jackson-
ville 1:14' p. m.
tNo. 140, Ocala to fPalatka G:10 p
No. 1 41 (Palatka to Ocala 8 : 5 0
No. 4 8, Ocala to llomosassa.
Leaves', 2:0:2.p. ml
INo. 49, .Homosassa to Ocaia Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. m. :
No. 3S (Sunnyjlm) Ocala to Lake Lake-Jand
Jand Lake-Jand '6: 40 a. m Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. (
No. 32 (Sunnyjlm) (Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. -in., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
, No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m.v londay, 'Wednesday and (Friday.
iNo. 15 0, Wilcox to Ocala 5 ;4 5 p.
m., Monday, Wednesday and 'Friday.
Seaboard Air Line
(No. (1, Jacksonville to' Tampa
1:4 5 a. m. ,v.
Np. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar
rive, 1:'10 p. m.; leave,,l:'25.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa Tampa-2:33
2:33 Tampa-2:33 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m. ,
SNo. 4. Tamoa to Jacksonville Ar-
irive. 1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30. p. m.
'No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville Jacksonville-4:20
4:20 Jacksonville-4:20 p. m.
- Ocala Northern s
-No. 7.1 'Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72- 'Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1 1 1 5 p. m., daily except Thursday.
INo. 72 Thursday, leaves Ocala
for Palatka at 5 -p. an.
A HEAVY BURDEN
A Bad Back Makes Life Miserable
i for Many Ocala People
. A bad back is heavy burden.
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as -bothersome in the morning.
Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for
Know they are for kidney back backache
ache backache and for other kidney ills?
If you don't some Ocala people
Read a case of It
JMrs. M. A. Frost of 423 Broadway,
Ocala says: "For a long time I suf suffered
fered suffered from kidney trouble. I had a
dull pain in my back and if Itcaught
cold or got my feet wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night and got
up in the morning feeling tired and
depressed. I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got Doan's Kidney Pills at the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued use
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
.get Doan's Kidney Pills 'the same
: that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Mllburn
1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adll.
-yff -yyp -n'1 yff -y -f- nnpr-wp- "'"ifp-nr" l"-- v w
' ;; i- -.." Jr I-'-'7--v f
) OUB-... Jvr
DON'T BORROW THE OTIi: .::
BREAK IT YOU MU;!JT BUY IV.:: A N
HAVE THE NEW ONE AND YOU
YOU YtlLL FEEL MORE COMror.T.V.::
OUR A3I3IUNITION I S
depe!:d upon tiii: proper.
SHOT EEING USED.
: RELIABLE DEALING HAS NOT ONLY :
N1TION BUSINEr.l BIG Birr II AS ?iadi: our.
EVERY depart:, ient.
;;:Accuracy: :.''V. ; - r.:vviuzv
'. .Marion County AbsSracS-Conspani'
First consideration and especial
1 Wt T
attention given to small tracts..
W v V W W W w