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OOALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914
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JilHY .FEE EMITS ID MORE COLilllG III EVBtT MIHUTE.
ilTTEODWICE IS GOOD MID COIISWIV WdMlUC
Two representatives of the Star.
4 0-acre fair;
grounds this" -morning and while ;
of two varieties of Jananese
many of the exhibits were not yet in persimmons, which are as fine as we
ever seen, grown on his farm
and many others not placed or dis display
play display e3, the fair as a whole and 'the
exhibits in the aggregate -show up
well and make a very imposing ap appearance.
The weather conditions are mo&t
favorable. .Nothing better could be
asked in the way of weather and the
and grove at Panasoffkee.
The Florida Lime Company has a
fine exhibit 'here of Its lime products.
The Blowers Lime Co.', an' exhibit of
ground limestone. Great displays of
corn, hay and feed stuffs of all kinds
are present and some of the :finest
luaaauuiis rtic .wiat win pi jv aa .vegetables, fresh and thrif ty, despite
In the: machinery building is one
of the 'best displays of tank, tower
and silo .models, built to scale, that
we (have over seen. This fine exhibit!
is -made by G. QI. tDavis & Son, of Pa-'
latka, the oldest manufacturers of
this line in the state, and Is In
charge of Air. tA. IM. Elanery, lately
of this city.
The Ocala Commercial College has
a fine exhibit In one of the .'booths
and the Consolidated Grocery Co. of
Jacksonville Is making a fine display
of its Over-Sea food products. Sev Several
eral Several other -creditable exhibits are in
POULTRY SHOW V X5
Immediately in the rear of 'this
building, tf.ie huge poultry building
is almost Tilled iwith as fine an exhibit
of poultry as this ; section has ever
seen. There seems to -be every, liv living
ing living variety cf domestic fowl traised in
(this countnand several from abroad,
and mos of the specimens are cer certainly
tainly certainly blue ribboners of 'then par particular
ticular particular !bre(I. Mr. iFlyrin iElliott of
Charlotte, CS. C., is there with over
200 head of poultry 'Which he will
offer for s.ile during the fair and
will not codrpete for the prizes.
AGRICT LTUR AL EXHIBITS
The agricultural tbuilding is filled
with exhibits from farm, garden,
slaughter -.pen; domestic exhibits,
etc., and a stranger from 'another
section aftax visiting this depart department
ment department could not fail to ibe impressed
with the resources of the counties
making sjcii an exhibit. Sumter
county has done her full nhare in this
.building and has a m asm i Scent ex exhibit
hibit exhibit which is in charge of Messrs.
Duren and 'Nairn o;: BuKhnell. Thev
have some us fine pork, in hams, sides
and strips is could he desired. Great
qualities o' hay, corn, leeds' of all
kinds, dried and green bean;;;, peas,
etc., fresh vegetables, fruits, canned
and 'preserved articles, twenty varie varieties
ties varieties of hardwoods and a hundred dif different
ferent different article from the roll of their
prod uctive county that they may
weir feel proud of.
iMr. W. L.' "Armour hai,a fine ex-
the cold of a few days ago. The pre preserved,
served, preserved, canned and 'bottled products
exhibited would 'bring tears of joy to
the eyes of any thrifty housewife,
and almost every article that it is
possible to 'put up in these methods
seems to have found its way into this
, Negro though he is, those visiting
the agricultural department will have
to give much credit to Perry Edwards
of Ken d rick, who has gone "iri to
compete for the prize offered for the
best Individual exhibit, and while vre
did not count them It looked like he
had more than a hundred different
articles, and possibly, twice that
many. 'In wines and syrups he has
apparently surpassed anything at the
fair. This must hae ibeen "some
pumpkin year ror never have we
seen such fine, huge golden fellows,
enough to make pies for all the boys
of the state. Irish potatoes seem ; to
have done well this fair for. there, are
some exceptionally fine ones shown
there. : ;
FRUIT AND FlioWERS
In the horticultural department
there is a wonderful dlsplaj' of citrus
iruits, though manv of these were
3vot displayed this mornin?
floral exhibit by John" Heintz was a
very attractive feature in this build
ing and the huge advertisement
piecex occupying the entire end; wall
of the building of the IMunroe &
Chambliss National Bank, made en entirely
tirely entirely of ears or parts of ears of corn
with the exception of the word "ua-
tional," which is mkde of thousands
of cotton seed, is one of the most
striking features of the entire ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. It .is typical of these people
to do something to encourage and
please the farmers, as well.as toshow
strangers that this is an agricultural
county. The design was made for
the 'bank by the Collier Brothers,
who are ouite famcus 'locally as dec decorators
orators decorators .ani designers.
' The 'Boys Corn Cliibs exhibit, in
charge of 'Mr. Jack McCully, is in this
department, and was coming In in a
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AL1ERICA FOn THE SUPPLIES
!? THE FlfilllG lim OF EUi
Chicago, Ills.A Nov. 2 4. Charles
Soh'vrsub has Teturned from Europe
with orders from the British and
French governments for war equip equipment
ment equipment .aggregating two hundred unill unill-Ions.
Ions. unill-Ions. His plant, the Bethlehem Steel
Works, is unable to fill but a frac fractional
tional fractional part of the orders. The re
mainder will be let to
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came down at retreat last night we're i
not raised this inorning.
l.s each transport received heT al allotment
lotment allotment of men she slipped her cables
and dropped out into, the channel.
$Iere they formed in two lines "thru
which later in the day the Oristobel,
with .General Funston and his head-
the 'United quarters staff xm board, passed 4n re-
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States Steel Corporation and others. J view, of the American forces.
Schwab pockets a commission said to j :
be a .million dollars.
'American manufacturers now have ;
GICAniSBD A GERMAN
books for approxi-1 Alm.rk.an steamer Stopped in Carri-
mately four hundred, miliion from
the allies, exclusive of grains and
ALTi l.KYT MONDAY EVENING
Americans Turned Vera Cruz Over to
Mexicans Under Auilar
Vera Cruz, 'Nov. 2 4. The Mexican
again flies over Vera Cruz. Brig.-
Gen. Funston and hl.s. command of
G,000 infantrymen and marines
which landed here Apiil 30, last, got
under way late yesterday and Gen General
eral General Aguilar's men took charge of the
city. .:'.'.' .
The abandonment of the American
positions began promptly at 9 o'clock.
The detached5 post of marines at El
Tejair, where they have been guard
ing the watetrworks since last April,
at this hour boarded a train for the
run of one hour into the city,
Up to that time the Mexican lines
made no attempt to advance. This
was for the' reascn that between El
Teiar arid Vera Cruz there is a rail railway
way railway junction, and 'General iFunston
had asked General Agulllar not to
move forward any of his trains for
the reason that to do so would block
the line. The Mexicans waited, until
all the Ameri can s from El Te j ar had
passed. The long circling line of
American outposts from Vergara,, on
the north bea ch to u p-oi nt on th e
south beach, began moving
bean by n French Cruiser
New York, Nov. 24. The steamer
Winder' arrived from Beltingham,
Wash., through the Panama canal to today.
day. today. The winder was stopped in the
Caribbean Sea by the. French cruiser
Ccnde and the German menrber
.her crew taken off.
Paris, Nov. 24. It is officially' an-1
nounced this afLtrnoon, at 3 o'clock
that despite the violent attacks by
the Germans in the lATgonne forest,
heaviest fighting is now centering
around the 'Argonne region. At other
the German bombardment is
les3 violent. There is" a thick fcg
over the territory between
gonne region ani the -Vosgcs.
return trip o:ie
TURKS ADVANCi: IN
'Cairo,- Nov. 24. iTn cn cnr,
cart of the Sjcz c:ii;: 1 IV: .1
strength. A, detachment
ccrps was attacked
r 1 1 n
it, r if' ri
e Turks but
SIX THOUSAND 1ULKS
Immense Shipment of Cotton to Ger Ger-nuuiy
nuuiy Ger-nuuiy from Sew Oi leans
New Orleans; Nov. 24; The steam steamship
ship steamship Green Brier under the 'Ameri 'American,
can, 'American, flag, sails this week for Bremen
with 6,000 bale sof cotton, .the first
to leave this port for "Europe since
the war. began.- v
AUSTRIANS J :AI)E A SUrCESHMTI,
BIG JMILHOAI) HAS
REOPENED ITS SHOPS
USSTANS WHIPPED TURKfJ IN
'Vienna, .ov.. 34. ut is oi
! reported that the Austrian garrison
at Przemysl made a sortie and (suc (successfully,
cessfully, (successfully, attacked f'ho Rusi'ians be be-seiging
seiging be-seiging the fortress. -The attacks by
the Russian advance guard along the
Dunajec river, southeast of Cracow,
has been .repulsed. The Austrian
captured Pilica, Poland, 'with 240Q
RRITISH SUNIC A GE.RMAN BOAT
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ly reportei that the Russians 'dv.l'c
ed a TurMh forcri in the Can?:,
district nt irrzerum. iChnu;
the Turkl.:h artillery
Cleveland, Nov. 24. The Lake
Erie railroad shops were reopened
today, thousands of men resumed
FIERCE LOSS FROM
' FOREST FIRt'S
- 'Little Rock, iNqv. 24. (Enormous
losses are being caused 'by f orest fires
forward j today in Arkansas, southwestern Ok
as soon as" the detachment from El! lahoma-and northwestern Louisiana.
Te jar arrived at Los Cocos, a suburb.
Thus the line became shortened, and
then there 'began a sweeping move movement
ment movement directly a oross the city until
the ine of Americans came to a stop
along the (Francisco canal and Cinco
de Miyo street, running at right
les to the oanal.
Only two iblocks behind was the
Lad vance. line of the constitutionalists,
closing in as the Americans with withdrew
drew withdrew but always holding a distance
o f about two blocks. Th e AmJbrican
rtop at 'the Francisco canal was tfcrief.
They quickly resumed their march,
converging on the central part of the
Many farmers have lost their homes.
DEER .MONEY FOR BANDITS
"Chicago, III., Nov. 24. Robbers
blew the. safe in the office of the Chi
cago branch ,of the Anheuser Bu
morning and escaped
Everything in ftie drug line at
Geng s store on the fair grounds. ,23
24. The German
by a British patrolling vessel,- and
of Scotland, was rammed no dec:
CUT RUSSIAN COMMUNICATIONS
'.Berlin, Nov. 24. The war oflice
claims that the Germans 'in. Poland
have succeeded in cutting tome
lines of communication upon which
the- Russians depend, v which will
greatly tern per the- movement of,
Russian troops. The war office says
It. is confident t lie. Germans will be
victorious and laugh3 at the report
that Germany is -seeking peace.
P.rrllr.. Nov. 2 1
An oiHcuil rer-ort af tern?. : n
that portion of the Cnnr.n r,r:nlt
i n l.-.J ft r-yr y y v nr i-t ,- 1 .?
rc -rults. ;.r ' rit:
ships continue to shil ;!in, G-r.
cn the. Belgian cor;
changes-at the west.
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, Pctrograd, iNoy. -2 i.
announced that the Gc:
and are sin full Tctrr.it
Lowlc:, along n line
river, "wih the Rns-iam purcui::"
The CermaiiS-ncrth :,of tin Bzura riv
RUSSIAN VICTORY ON WA
iParis, iNov. -2 4.- It Is'oulcially an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced thxit 'this afternoon's batt!
along the 'Warthe irivcr is progre.?Eing
favorably to the Rus-sians.
Z EPPELINS SHELLED WARSAW-
er are unabh
tlcns point 'to novc
along the f:::::re i.
RRITISH fllLENCE G'
city. As they came in they picked up
the provost guards who had been pa- church
trolling the city as -usual, and also :
men who had teen posted on. tall
buildings to 'watch for snipers. These
men joined the ranks, and together
the men moved forward toward the
Appetizing lunches, sandwiches
and hot -coffee, tea ani cocoa are be
ing served at the fair by the ladies!
the lEast Broadway Christian j
Pctrograd, Xov. 2 l.--Gcrman air airships
ships airships Tes'umed their, attoclvs 'UponT
Warsaw yesterday, dropping Tombs
in front of !the American consulate,
killing several and :hnakin the win windows
dows windows of the -consulate The popula population
tion population is panic stricken and' many are'
fleeing from the city.
.'Nov. 2 1-
vo-tcrdav, silencing the Gc -.on
Hot 'drinks of
. 2-6 1
waterfront where the embarkation
began at 11 o'clock.
There was no flags to lower, nor
was there any ceremony of any kind
on shore. The American flags that
.CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
FRENCH RAIDED ZEPPELIN FACTORY
f Fari.i, Nov.
Real co.ca-cola served at Gerig's
fountain at the fair grounds. 23-tf
Paris, Novv 24. It is now known4
that four allied aeroplanes raise l a
Zeppelin airship factory, at iFrei er-
Idchshafen Saturday, flying 120 miles
over German soil, and dropped' bombs
doing considerable damage. On the
Icrrcs In th
cf.ntcrs about Nicuhort,
Yjirt3 and Bithoote
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With each Suit or Overeoat Bought of us between this date and Thanksgiving
we will give a ticket for Your Thanksgiving Dinner at the Harrington Hall Hotel.
OCAJjA E VETTING GlArl TUESDAY, irOVirr.IBIZl 21. 10 J 4
OCAL A EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
HITTIXGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IX R. Carroll, General Manager .Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
, J. IL Benjamin, 'Editor j
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce a3 second class matter.
One year, in advance
Six months. In advance.
Three months, In advance.
One moLth, in advance. .
(Leo 'Fr ank -ml gh t as
ifiis neck lor stretching.
A man who writes an anonymous
better attacking the character of an anther
ther anther man, or woman, is often a liar,
fiometlmes a fool and "always a cow coward.
ard. coward. Sometimes, lie is -all three.
Judging by the reports, even those
sent put by, Germany, the 'Russians
are mighty good fighters. '-They are
out in the open field, giving the Aus Austria
tria Austria ns and Germans the fight-of itheir
Gives,' while the British and French
an as far as 'Dossible stickinir to their
'works. . 'i--.' -'
It is true
that England has
TTJtnv ffi.TttfKt tfnOQ fha ;Vr
times since the
.man conquest eight centuries and a
Hiall' ago. But it has never been In-
radixV' successfullyi unless the invad invaders,
ers, invaders, ta in the ease of the Dutch un under
der under -William of Orange in 1689 had
thes-support of a powerful party
nmotig theEni:lish people.-
Our esteemed contemporary, the
Gainesville Gun, copied (the Star's ar article
ticle article rn the Ailochna County (Fair in
full. Alach-ua has certai nly had a
splendid fair, anid.the Star hopes that
cacli xoeurrlng year will find it a 3
tnxcceatiTul as the first one. A great
tnmy Clarion comity people attended,
and j;i:' who went were highly pleas pleased.
ed. pleased. ;; '-
Oca.lnTis having a -quiet -and com-
paraun2iy pleasant municipal cam--p-afgn.
All the cmdidates!are "good
raea, nr.: i their candidacies Jaave ibeen
forced 'u pon nh?m toy sense ; of duty
-ancLtto soliciiatioiis of their 'friends.
tCo'matttjr who in elected, Oiala will
ihav? ia taore than average ity. igov igov-'ermneir.
'ermneir. igov-'ermneir. fcT 'the next yeaT. 4;
The l$kaloard iAirJLine wi; about
Jan. exteh-d ; the run oi 1 its fa famous
mous famous -Knitted to S-.ll'etersburK going
'into'tlia.t towrJ ore? the newy built
"Tfempa und 'GxM ;0(kst xailwiVf. This
'train, ivhlch now iasses thrj Ocala
ifron. Jit:Usonr.l-lle ,td Tampa, will
uiprten up its tdxnopy an 'houif jwliich
it can. rtfitily do, Utd go on ;lr.ito St.
Petersbu;"?, 'corapofiragywith slnefa slnefa-mous
mous slnefa-mous P .In alias Bpe clal of Vtir Coast
'CLIne. iC Pet trsbu;g will fokl better
'.cerved i.vlth 'fine trarns tha:a any
bther to h n of :.tts-. size in the, f'Jnited
The H ussians are! a reat jl ople,
i ad Liany of their : faults are towing
;t o the it 1 i 1 5 fca ken v pc 1 i cy, of n ei i hbor hbor-!ing
!ing hbor-!ing naticnii;, wliich ; ;have conlkantly
'rndeaTorud to tliwarii their. develop
rment. IT ; Britain
and German? h ad
as liar d in' the last Half a
century help th Hussiani for
ward as they have ito Iceep them, hack,
they -woiil not 110 vr: b e
a threat to
the i'.eivilhfa-tion of
i itner. it r may
take an other thousand year3 ;';of
fl)loody n;.istakes to t Instil the lesson",
(hut .the trorld vill some time ; learn
that altruism is the .best policy for a
nation. It is a policy the United
.iUates hits 'pursued toward Cuba and
.Mexico, and the opposition Its re
ceives, eien among ..ur own people,
snows now far we are. from -the
The people of Ocala and Clarion
. county do not fully u nderstand what
a. home linstitntion the Board, of
Trade headquarters has become, nor
in how much consid eration it is beld
thruout the state. It is not only the
business office and -meeting place o
our most important trade organiza
,tion, but an intelligence bureau for
strangers and- a rest room for farm
ers ana business men. ine secre secretary
tary secretary and his assistant, .Mrs. Tweedy,
fceep the big room in bome-like
shape, and nearly all day, and until
Hate at night, peodle from abroad can
be found there, obtaining informa information
tion information from the large supply of ref references
erences references on hand, or writing their let-
. ters Time and again, bave the Star
reporters seep 'st rangers just off the
trains, passing along the street, stop
. at the Board of Trade sign, just as
though they bad found something
they had been looking for, and go in
to obtain it. That is one of. the
things a 'board of trade headquarters
is maintained for. Ocala is far in
advance of anything of the sort gen generally
erally generally kept up by cities of its size,
and is one of the best investments in
V (Foreign) 1
One year- in advance. .... $8.00
Six months, in advance. . . 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance...... .80
improvement the town has made.
The enterprising business men who
are keeping it up, at their own ex expense,
pense, expense, and at a very ccnsiderable sac sacrifice,
rifice, sacrifice, should have the support of the
entire county. -Ojr Board of Trade
is helping in improvement and keep keeping
ing keeping us on the map as nothing else
can. v ' '. .'.,
OCAIA VEOVLE SHOULD 'ATTEND
; ; The Star desires to v im press cm
the people of Ocala that they should
attend the fair In. full force.; ; They
should all go, and ever'one should
go as often as possible. - V ;
For the last few fairs,, the people
of the city have not turned but in the
force that the importanceof the oc occasion
casion occasion demanded. They have in this
bean blind to their own individual
interest and the public good. There
Is to place in which they can be become
come become so fully acquainted .with the
people and the resources of their
county as at the fair, and there, is, no
one Jt;hing in .which they can so much
proitote public advancement as; in
supibrting it. -;' ;;;;',:!-;;;
Tills year, it is more important
than ever that they should attend. Jt
is more necessary than ever that '.'the
fair ihould be a success.-. It nas been
openod in the face' of greater diffi difficulties,
culties, difficulties, than ever before, and It it is
successful it will be the more to our
credit, and a greater gtiarantee that
we shiill go forward faster and fur further
ther further in the coming years. A 'V
ILet every man, woman and child
sin iOci'a who can go to the fair, go
at 'least once. "Let all who can do so,
go as '0 f ten as possible. iEvery.fi fty
;ent p.ce spent at the fair will t el p
aut thiii .year and pay a premium on
9rosper;.ity for the next one.
MUNICH PAIi SECURITIES AND
C OOIISSIOX GOVERXMEVT
The w-ihiropean "war is ihaving no
aerioiis leffect on municipal activltiies
the jjnited Btates according to- a
aurvey made by 1 Clinton 1 Rojyers
Woodne!l!, secretary sot the "National
t.nniciiil League, who delivered lis
iiiinnal' t.d dress 'before that organiza organization
tion organization in iHaltimore one night Hast
veek. !,"' -
; With' I nquiry among many of !tlie
iSipresertiiitive cities of the counirr,
l!r. Wdjdruff learned' that mnnici-
X ilities r sre going aiead without Th e
slightest labridgemen" in their fplr.rs
fMr such (improvements as bad V
ir?ady b!U authorized, and althou.s'va
sii.necit:S fweTe experiencing dltfl dltfl-cility
cility dltfl-cility in5 fplaeing- loau-s v through tlie
jinels, municipal credit "did
to 'be jeopardized.
he said, ? "the opinicn
pr -2 vails y
financial author! ti::
-thit thett'ijropean situation .will in a
shjirt tinil make; municipal securt-i
tfel the Trust' desirable' In America.; :
C le repair ted no recession of Inter Inter-est
est Inter-est i n the; commission or commissior commissior-ma;iager
ma;iager commissior-ma;iager f:rms of citj' governments ;l
?f5Vhat.ti;aptly called the 'vanish
ing systeiitr-the'; bicameral ,x form ; ;c f
city goveripient" he aid,'.'is to b J
found noWffn only nine of the largest
fifty citiesir-Philadelphia, 'Baltimore
Ivaasas City, Providence, ILouisvilley
At3s.ntaV'brceiier, Richmond, Va,
and Cambridge, -Mass. :
; In, thejiiglit of the events of the
pa jt five years," be continued,; 'it
wrculd not be bazardous to predict
that five years bence not one of the
Jarger citi;s will be; risking its busi business
ness business and; its -future to tbe evils of a
fanm wMeh affords such, abundant
opportunities for inefficiency, and
wste and mismanagement.'
Hand in band wdth this advance he
notes the progress of municipal bome
rule "whwih in the course of the
coming ge aeration is destined to be become
come become the settled 'policy .with regard
to the relations of he states to the
cities."- V 'I'' v -..."-;',
(Xlne Io sra cities operating nnder
th e com mi ssion form of governm ent
had be noted, lived within their in income
come income for the first time in 1913. A
federal census also showed that out
of 69 commission cities, 61 were
found to.be running at less per cap capita
ita capita than the average head expense of
the 195 metropolitan centers of all
There was a notable improvement
in municipal housekeeping acccunts,
he found. The "happy go lucky
way was being "superceded generally
toy scientific budgets which made
both ends meet. Both the demand
for effective control of privately
operated municipal utilities continued
unabated. 'Wyoming and Utah, he
said, were the only states in the'
Union which had no form of control
to regulate, In some nvay cr another,
the public utilities.' There was still
much discussion throughout, the
country as to whether such control
should be by state or local commis commissions,
sions, commissions, with the developments of the
past year seemingly more in favor 'of
state action in these matters.
IHe concluded with a" reference to
social problems.. The fear that in interest
terest interest in work along these 'lines
would -be abated on account of the
great war, he believed to be unwar unwarranted.
ranted. unwarranted. "The very greatness of the
European cataclysam will emphasize
the need for greater social and civic
effort he said. ( An increased emi emigration
gration emigration from (Europe to America was
to be expected; as a result of the war
and this itself would require no little
FROM A XfrniEK POINT OF VIEW
The Columbia, 'S. C, State is one
well informed and moderate paper
that does not believe the- United
'States will ever be in peril frbm Ger Germany.
many. Germany. It says:
If Germany Should Triumph
As the war in Europe drags itself
agonizingly along, the notion is be be-ginning
ginning be-ginning to wane that German success
would imply danger to the 'peace of
the United States. . -;
'Unbiased observers and readers are
beginning to take in the idea that: the
German people, including the iEmpror
were not bent on war. They foolishly
plunged into war' while -laboring un under
der under the; hallucination that a trap had
been laid for them by other nations
resolved to crush them. Germany
acted with amazing stupidity, butyas
and is without the heart fatally bent
on mischief to mankind generally
imputed to ber. The Germans ba.ve
suffered frightfully from the Jack of
a sense of burner, ctherwise they 4
( t : 1
would not have dreamed, that t'Ae
world wras in conspiracy to destroy
their empire, but they are not a na nation
tion nation crazed with a iust of v;orld con-
-quest, as they are made out to btj
by' some of their own philosophers
and literary men. A pathetic phase
of the war is the perserving and des desperate
perate desperate endeavor of th, Germans to
disabuse the minds of. other .peoples
of the belief that the arrogance -and
egotism of the "Bernhardi school are
representtative of nJheir national feel feeling.
ing. feeling. The .Germans are sure that they
began and are: fighting a defensive
war against relentless foes that sur surround
round surround them.
:If Germany .should' emerge from
the conquest triumphant -there Is no
reason to believe thax. she would un undertake
dertake undertake the ;conqueiit of countries in
South America or iXorth America,
but even if chat were her design, she
could not attempt to carry it out.
Were the war to end tomorrow, all
tbe powers would ba ve had enough of
fighting to satisfy them for many a
long year. If they should discontinue
to fight to the last 'point of exhaus exhaustion
tion exhaustion among themselves and be so de demoralized
moralized demoralized as to be unable to patch
up a mutual -peace they, would be
too weak to jend ex;endition,ry for forces
ces forces far from' home. Not fcrr fifty
years probably woul.l any (European
nation imagine Itself' strong enough
to, make war ;against the lusty colon colonies5
ies5 colonies5 or republics fo,ur ir five thousand
miles; distant.. A triumphant Gor Gor-ciiaay
ciiaay Gor-ciiaay might ttestroy Canadian ports
and land an I ivadirig army and still
tiat would not be to.fjubdue the Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian people.. The fc-ermans ure at
rate sane enough not to enter
upon that kin'I of enterprise: Were
they to take from Gn-at Britain her
West Indian possessions, German oc; oc;-'ciipjition
'ciipjition oc;-'ciipjition -of .thorn' wonv.I probably not
ithreaten the ileace oi. the Unite
States. We hi. ye no Tight 'to leap; t)
whi conclusion. in thl. country, that
the Germans are a nation of madmen
Aowever, they be the victims in irepu-
itation abroad o! a group of their own
!plIilo3ophers,, who, .vrith all thei
cleverness and ulturei are asses..
; ; People of thi United States may
rell bear in mind; too that oe e of
the legacies of : this w;.cr will be a
lasting enmity between irermany and
Japan. In no e ent wil I our. repuh repuh-tic
tic repuh-tic lose the sympathy oi Great Brit Britain
ain Britain in an issue that may arise be be-tween
tween be-tween ber and Japan. Western Can Canada
ada Canada being a perpetual guaranty, of
British friendliness with the United
States even to a band om ent,: 4n cri crisis
sis crisis of the British-Japanese alliance,
but the Cerm an -Japanese fend would
be additional potectlon to the Unit United
ed United States.
The outlook is that the war will
end with the European powers so
weary and sick that no thought of
foreign invasion will be dreamed of
by (any of them for many years. As Assuming
suming Assuming that the United States will
not be drawn into conflict, its po position
sition position when the belligerents will not
make peace will 'be relatively impreg impreg-Jiable,
Jiable, impreg-Jiable, no matter what power or .pow-
ers shall triumph. AVe sihall have
no reason to be apprehensive of Germany.
. A speaial from Vensacola to. the
Jacksonville Metropolis, savs:
Governor Trammel! hai' assigned
John P. Stokes, state attorney for, the
first circuit, to prosecute Albert F,
Hough, who will' to tried for his life
the fourth time at Ocala, on Decem December
ber December 14, upon the charge of having
murdered his wife in Lake county, in
June, 1D12. .
Qlr. Hough is a prominent white
citizen of 'Lake county ana on account
of his-prominence and the fact that
he has already been tried three tinie.3
without the jury being able to agree
either upon bis guilt. xr innocence,
the case has attracted a great deal of
notice and is one of the causes
celebre in t'he courts of South Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. .
, Mr. .Hough was indicted by? the
grand jury of -Lake county upon the
charge of murder in the first degree,
it being alleged in the indictment
that he unlawfully shot his wife with
a i)isto! with a premeditated design
to take her life. On motion c the
defendant the case was transferred to
Citrus county, where it has been
tried -three times, and each time-"a
jury could not' agree either as to the
guiltf or innocence of the defendant..
The defendant pleaded insanity ,at
the time of the homicide as excuse
for bis alleged crime. (Many promi prominent
nent prominent physicians testified as witness witnesses
es witnesses both for the state and for the de defendant
fendant defendant relative to his mental condi condition.
tion. condition. More than two weeks nas been
consumed in the trial of this case
each time it has been tried.
iTbe case has been .transferred to
O.cala, the county seat of iMarion
county, where it will be called for
trial for the fourth time on Decem December
ber December '14 and it is expected that more
than two weeks will be consumed in
the trial of the case.
iState' Attorney John P Ctokc-3 of
the first: circuit, will conduct the
prosecution by direction of 'Governor
Trammell and 'Raymond B.' "Bullcck,
a .prominent attorney, of Ocala -and
iCarey D. JJandis, state attorney for
the sixth circuit of Florida, will rep represent
resent represent the defendant. t It is expected
that sriie case will.be a bard, fought
one aad that, each side will make
strenuous efforts to win.
KNGLlND oftex invadei
Opinion that It lias been Free; Front
Forin Attack Since the' Con-'
quest Is .Erroneous
. London. Nov. 24 In the spring of
1909 there was a great outbreak of
what was e'erisively dubbed. "German-phobia'
c In England and many
prophets; (now of more honor; than
then) ventured to predict, that Eng
lishmen then living would see the
b.03ts of ?the Kaiser on .the fields" of
'York or. Kent "
Charle3 Russell, a .British states
man aaocatlag .stronger measurss
of defense -against the ;peril from
across the (Xorth Sea, attempted to
smash the smug liondon Merchants
conviction that the British Isles ai
safe from invasion by showing how
easily they had been invaded in the
IKe show.ed that hostile troops have
landed on ; iBritish soil no less than
fifty-three .times since William th.e
Conqueror oame over from 'Xormandy
10C.. : '
" Some of the.-e invasions soon fiz fizzled
zled fizzled ; othen; resulted in the upset of
a dynasty.' It is true that the two
greav.est dangers threatening Britain
sine the Conqueror's time, the Span Spanish
ish Spanish Armada and the proposed expidi
tion across .-the Channel of tXapoleon
Bonaparte, were successfully parried.
But an. gensralit was seldom found
difficult to ;pick a secluded harbor
and, 'throw 'several thousand men
ashore hefo.ro 4ei!endersr" could -arrive
in sufficient 'fore 2 to do more than
put up'ia .niore or -less; perfunctory
Hostile troops landed 14 times in
the elahteerith century,' 13 times in
the seventeenth century; 5 times in
the sixteenth; 1'J times' in" the fif fifteenth
teenth fifteenth -and 'j tims In the fourteen fourteenth.
th. fourteenth. Tbe : nationalities Included" ere
(Danish,. 'Xornian, iFrencOj, Spanish,
Jutch and American. Tie last nam named
ed named may be a. bit i3urprislng, but the
daring Paul Jonen carried his sword
ito tbe tdiore Of Britain four times in
1778-7 S on one o-ccassion destroying
the residence of X.ord; Selkirk. It is
to be noted, bowever, tbat many of
these invasion!! of Tcat Britain ;were
itided by BritisVi of a faction oppos opposed
ed opposed to tie rulers or even had British
leaders for the foreign ;frovps.
Since 1798 Great Britafr, bas been
free from Invasion. -126 years. It Is
this long period of peace whieb got
the British into the confirmed belief
that .William the Ctmqueror was the
last to invade their land and would
stay the last indefinitely. ?
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ANTIQUITY OF MANKIND.
Geikie Places It at Between 250.000 and
x 500.000 Years.
In his work, "'l'lit Ainijiity of Mali
In Europe Professor .Ijiiim's Ieikie
of Etllulmrh university de'iares ni
belief ttiat inaii tias inhalutetl Europe
between JT.O.ODO and rMMM ears.
All such estimates are H .stii on eo
' tosiatl facta, sueb as; the rare nt wtiieti
sedlmeut is (1eiHsited or at xyhit ti still
agmites crow, that are very hard to
determine with any anura-y hut uo
cue dow .dtniiits-tfiat tnamls far oidnr
,tha men of se ie m-e o i n a 1 1 y s 1 1 j p is is-tfd
tfd is-tfd him to Ih. r ; -..'';7'. :y' ''..
; "VVhen we ; retleet says Professor
Geikfe. oii the many eoraphirai
changes "that man has wituessed the
'stibinerjrehee and re-elevation of enor enor-1
1 enor-1 lb ous" tracts, the erosiou of valleys auc
general lowering of the surface by U U-nudation.
nudation. U-nudation. u hen we consider that he
1 has liveil ihroiijrh a succession of stu
pendous climatic reyolutlous; that he
has seen widely contrasted floras and
fa u iraa a 1 tenia teiy occupy lug our con u
nent tundras, st ei I es and great for forests
ests forests succeeding each other again aitjl
again we must feel convinced that the
few thousand years that hsve elapsed
since the downfall of Babylonian, As Assyrian
syrian Assyrian arid Egyptian empires are as
nothing compared with the long aeons
that separate the earliest times ot his history
tory history from the apparition of palaeolith palaeolithic
ic palaeolithic man in Europe!.
The Drop of the Bullet In Its Flight
Makes Them Necessary.
The average person if asked to ex-'
plain why a rifle is sighted would prob probably
ably probably be. unable to do so beyond some
vague remark about taking correct aim.
Sights are uecessary because a bullet
does not travel in a straight line, but,
under the influence of gravity and fric friction,
tion, friction, begins to drop almost as soon as
it leaves the muzzle. Thus the buJlet
of the Hritisb service rifle drops six
Inches In the tim too yards, but when
it has gone (H) yards it will have drop dropped
ped dropped not twelve irtches, but two feet.
The drop increases by leaps and bounds
with the distance. Were there no
sights on the rifle and you wanted to
hit a' mark at Ji)0 yards you would
clearly have to aim two feet above it.
. This would b? awkward, for yon
would lose sight of trie mark aimed
at. to say nothing of the difficulty of
correctly estimating a distance of two
feet at 200 yards.
The sights of a rifle enable yon to
keep your eye on the mark, although
the muzzle of the rifle Is actually point pointing
ing pointing above it. t The movable slide of
the backsight enables yon automatical automatically
ly automatically to point the; muzzle Just so many
feet above the mark aimed at as is
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drop of the bullet at various ranges.
London Answers. ,
Teaching Cubs to Kill.
Have you ever seen a cat catch a
mouse and hand It over to her kittens
to teach them how to kill? Well, a
tiget is merely a big cat. and she
teaches her cubs almost in the same
way. only not with mice. An East In Indian
dian Indian officer witnessed a scene of ; this
kind. An old bull bison had been the
victim, and the tigress had disabled
hira by breaking one of b?s forelegs
just below the knee. She never touched
the throat, the usual place of seizing,
but allowed the cubs to worry the dis disabled
abled disabled animal. The, eyewitness relates
that tie cubs acted exactly like kittens,
advanced and retreated and worried
the,' victim, nil 'the time mewing arid
snarling, while the, tigress sat near by.
watching their antics and occasionally
giving the bison a blow with her paw
when he showed undue activity.
The Element of Chance.
t Iluman progress might be otherwise
defined as humau success in minimis minimising
ing minimising the element of chance. In science
there is substitution of exactitude for
the primitive accidents of the nile of
thumb. Just as iu philosophy and mor morals,
als, morals, truth and untruth, right and
wrong. are being- unswathed from
their yelis of uncertainty and set clear clearly
ly clearly in opposition to each other. In
other words, the gambling spirit In life
is less amP less countenanced, and gam gaming,
ing, gaming, once fashionable, is now taboo
even in the most innocent forms New
. Royal Society, of England.
The Royal Society of England Is the
oldest and, most renowned scientlSc
body, except the French Aca'demy of
Sciences, in the world It was organ organized
ized organized in -'UUT, and every great English
scieutist has been a member of it it-Benjamin
Benjamin it-Benjamin Franklin was the first Amer American
ican American member.
' .'- Faulty System.
; Mamma-What are' yon doing. Ed Edward?
ward? Edward? Small Edward-I'm counting.
You said 1 should count a hundred
when angry. Mamma-Yes. I believe
1 did. Small Edward- Well. Pve
counted over 200 and Pin madder than
when I started.-Chicago News.
"My father's elected on the commit
tee which is going to have some more
driven Wells put down for the city
"Ah, I see: hes u the water bored
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In the heart of the Rocky mountains
may be seen the Mountain of tbe Holy
Cross. 'which is H.OQO feet in height.
It derives its name from a rustic
cross on one side,, near the summit
formed by fissures-In the rock. It can
be seen for many miles with great dis distinctness
tinctness distinctness and is looked upon with su superstitious
perstitious superstitious fear by the natives. Ex Exchange.
'Tbat girl's all right, said the
blond girl in the dressing room after
she had looked everywhere for her
overshoes. "The one who has just
left, she's gone off with both the right
overshoes and left me the left ones
New York Times.
"I cannot live .without yea!" 1
"You have evidently got me confos-
ed with my cousin, it ij she whorls
'Has be traveled much? Y
- "12 must hay 1 understand he's
gone through two fortunes already."
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NOTICE TO CKEDITOIS3
Xotice is hereby given to all credi-,
tors, legatees, distributees, and all
other "persons -having: claims fa de demands
mands demands against the estate of JTiiseilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with within
in within two t years from this date,, to-wlt:
This 23rd day of October. A. D, 1914.
T. P. Gadson,
Georgo Giles, -As
Administrators of, the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-28-wcd
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Dr. arid Mrs. J Qr. Gross ?vwS-try
rhulr. -syinii3eti-5Uiii.er.ita'aixi3- -of
j.eopJ..in. all. itajies of 'life, -and .cordial
iaien; in all affairs, have, -mde'lhem-
sei vc; -jru b-j: ally popular -during theirl
-1 osTJ in co""ln"trla; f were host and
hostthh last .ve:iirig.at the .'.Methodist
i -in formal dinner, cornplimeaiins; the
eight young: 'ladlht-thsaiaIaTeIe-r
'Fih one exchange The courtesyai
. i I iirt elated by s.2ie honored and-, was
one of the lovftest ever extended to
them. y :
Dinner w as uorve 1 at even .and
fght o'clock, four of the young
ladles, :om?ng at a time. At iseven
:' cjac-s -cavers tvert Infd or tne sren-
r,yi"idslii,s Efunic'fj 13 ray, IM re?
lTamnio:rk, JTrs. Staff aiuiL'.Viss Suste
Morris. 4iiwl-t-li?dit.,o'ack- foi the
-,'n,'e43.'li.3slci'4-ftF.i iMis23 Lois Uray,
Georgia and Mary Long and Jetti
The ts"oFthe ta ble were
'very attractive and the delicious din din-ii
ii din-ii w -was attract ivelj.serxe4, Jn,ve
coireesfr. jTn solving: and entertain!
in.s- -Mrs. Cross pas assisted by -Mrs?
itfaule, Mrs. X. T. Thomas, .Mrs!
Cecil Bryant, f .Miss LMary (Hill
and Miss -M aud e iMcl n toshJlM i ss
Hill tave several entertaining read
ings, one a, "Telephone Romance"
and Miss iMcIntosh' several pretty pi piano
ano piano selections.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church were 'kept (busy today at the
noon hour serving lunches and 'din 'dinners
ners 'dinners at the fair grounds. 'Last year
the ladies established a reputation
for serving only the most savory
hies and so successful were they fi fi-nanclally,
nanclally, fi-nanclally, that this year they are
again, much to the delight of house house-keepers
keepers house-keepers and their former patrons, oct
cupying their old stand next to the
agricultural and woman's 'depart 'department.
The chairmen today were Mrs. W.
V. CSTewsom, Sr., Mrs. iG. IS. Shuey
and -Mrs. W. (II. tDodge. IMrs. vE. G.
Peek and lMrs."l. Ql.'Oklurray will have
charge tomorrow. Thursday Dlrs.
Geo. MacKay and Mrs. S. J.' Crook
and 'Friday Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mrs.
31. 'H. Brand. Mrs. D. E. Mclver,
the president of the Lradies Aid. So Society,
ciety, Society, twill assist daily and during
the 'four days the chairmen: -will )e
aided toy & large numiher of the ma matrons
trons matrons and young ladies of the church.'
1Mr. and tMrs. W. K. Zewadskl, Sr
will entertain at rook this eVening in
com pi 1m en t to th ei r sons and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and IMrs. W. K. Ze--wadski,
Jr., and Mr. Guy Zewadskl,
tMrs. Edith Lamereaux of Center
. Hill, CMrs. TJ. F. (Dorsey of iMqlntosh
and !Mrs. Curlngton of jWildwood, are
In ifihe city for the -week, assisting in
the domestic department at the fair.
(MissiMarS' Burford expects to leave
tomorrrfw for Gainesville, Ga'., to
'. spend a week with IMiss Beula'h iHall
and CMlss Edith IHarrell. iFroni there
Miss Burford 'will go to Tennessee to
visit an aunt for a .week or ten days.
' ' .' ; ,N
IMUs Minnie Stovall is in T&.mpa,
reaching thero 'last night from Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, where she and Tier father, Mr.
W. IP. Stovall attended the -'marriage
in .May field of iMiss Geneva Stovall
and 'Mr. Wilson iBaugh. iMiss Sto Stovall
vall Stovall will return home Thursday,
(Mrs. H. A. nVaterman, who has
been an inmate of the (hospital for
the nast week, is convalescing ni:ely
now, and Wednesday afternoon ex expects
pects expects to Teturri home.
.MrsRoderick !M. Jones, of Mill Mill-edsevllle,
edsevllle, Mill-edsevllle, 'G a., arrived this afternoon
for a virlt to her sister, rMrs. Port
V. Leirengood. She will remain tor
some .v?eks, after which she -will
visit oth'ir relatives in Tampa, Ja!:-
Wltoin Tampa, live at the Hillsfeor r
a- i Corrlortable rooms, good meals, prompt and courteous service T3
wi unu a warm welcome. iiu
- thoroughly' modern, and up-tc
- In the Center of Tilings
JBan.ct, court hoost!, clubs, 6tores, i
office and other put lie buildings are i
the ILIIsboro man? ci them across
. I -t i-v
utreet sr jusr around tne corner. Direct
i treet car service to Union Station. a Hand
bag-gig i to anxi from boats and trains free'
ot thar.je. Porter ueet all train
" hile every effort Is made to take oire of guests without reservariors, better
stcco xinodatlons can be given it you drop us a line a lew days in advance.
I,, jl Skinner. J$ TEL P. Drlrer,
Isresilent. TA3IPA, FLORIDA BlanaSer.
sonyille and St. Augustine. .-Mts.
Jones will -be remembered in Ocala as
Miss Kibble 'Be Vane, who spent her
girlhood days here.
Miss Clarkson Kntertalns at Auction
r Complimenting nerJfrore-. -guest
Miss; Ethel Crosbv. of Tamrva: ifi
iEllen CI arks on was the Iwely hbs-
iess'ettLemu-aias at auction this af-j
memuers of the Tuesday afternoon
auction club and a number of friends
making six tables' of congenial play players
ers players to spend the afternoon charming charmingly
ly charmingly at the Clarkson home: on Tusca Tusca-".viiia
".viiia Tusca-".viiia street. '"-. V '.
The drawing room and library
'where the tables were placed were
aglow with bright autumn flowers and
the cards on which the tallies were
scored suggested the Thanksgiving
season, being adorned with fat yel yel-low
low yel-low turkeys.
0Four prizes -were awarded for high
scores, two each for club and visitors.
The club prizes were exquisitely em em-'brcidered
'brcidered em-'brcidered towels and ythe visitors
prizes decks of Cen-gress flaying
cards. A delicious ss'lad course with
hot chocolate wasserved after the
games and in entertaining and serv
ing Miss Clarkson was assisted by
h er m oth erI rs.
'II. B. Clarkson, and
fMrs. Robinson. v :: 'r-:V-:
Those fortunate enough to be
guests on this delightful occassion
vefe m i sseKlh elCr d'711 Hul Hul-lock,
lock, Hul-lock, Susie 'Liou Ellis; Fanny SRohin SRohin-son,
son, SRohin-son, Adele Bittinger, Hester Dewey,
QIary (Burford, Edith Williams, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk, Eugenia Fuller, Fran Frances
ces Frances "Rowley, IMrs. C. B. Ayer, tMr.5.
iH. C. Dozier, Mrs. Etta Robinson
and the cljib fnembers namely Misses
(Marion OeWey, 'Nellie Gottlieb, iMary
McDowell Rosebud jRobinson, Doro-
thy Scnreibe, Kaprleen Jackson, Rti Rti-by
by Rti-by GissandaneMMrs. Jler.bert lLatt lLatt-ner,
ner, lLatt-ner, GIrs. iFreaerick iHocker, iMrs. R.
iN. Dosh and IMrs. 'W. V. iNewsome
IMrs. Clifford tHill 'went to Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka on the early A. C X. train to meet
iMr. Hill Who is making the trip to
Ocala in his auto. They are .expect .expected
ed .expected to arrive late this af ternoon and
will be the guests of tMr. and .Mrs.
P. V. Leaven good during the Marion-
Sumter iFair. j 1
iMrs. C. iMoore, an attractive
young matron of Charleston, S. C,
who has ibeen tsheguest of iMiss Vic Victoria
toria Victoria Raysor ior some weeks, left
yesterday for a vis.it to friends in St.
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Friends of .'Mrs. David Connor will
Tegret to learn of 'her illness at her
home on S. Third street.
, iMr. and CMrs. W. M. Igou and Mr3.
icj. i uuuiiiKm oi iCjusus 'were yisiwra
to Ocala yesterday. tMr. and iMrs.
Igou -will return Thursday to attend
the fair and to take Thanksgiving
dinner with (Mr. and CMrs. tS. W. Igou,
(Mr. Jim Rentz is spending iFair
jWeek -with his mother, CMrs. E.- P.
tRentz, coming up 'from DeSoto coun
ty. . ; .". :
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Qlrs. sS. C. Brown and daughter,
(Mrs. Lena Jennihgs and little Miss
AVinnette Jennings arrived today
from Tavares, and will be the guests
of IMrs. W. M. Wilson and (Miss Wil-
on during the fair. I
i "Mrs. (F. E. (McClane is home f-oni
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ad-
cock, at St. iretersrrurg, wm5mS
with her Albert Adcock. Jr., her lit
ivtrs. Jack iRentz and daughter, lit-.
tie Miss Emily Rentz, .left last eve evening
ning evening fr.v Wianr.hnlA. where they will
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join t Mr. Rentz, and from there they
will go to Ocala and other points to
visit friends They expect to return
to Jacksonville in time for the
Christmas' holidays. Times-Pnion.
Vbsolutely fireproof; everything
-date; prices fair and reasonable, f'
The new ladies' and gentlemen's dining
room on the top floor is unusually pleasant,
always cool and affording a fire view of
the city and suburbs. Special attention
Raid to parties. Grill room basement,
lew chef and new corps cf -waiters Only
the best of food served in either room.
JUG CROWD FROM GAINESVILLE
WILL RK HERE FRIDAY
llessrs. W. L. iDenham and W. M.
Pepper of Gainesville were welcome,
visitors at the Star oflice this after after-noon.
noon. after-noon. fVVith tMrs. iDenham, they came
over from Gainesville after dinner,
making-the -trip an a little over an
hour. : : "j ;
iMr. Pepper is the chairman of the
publicity committee of the Gainesville
Board of Trade. IMr. Denhanvs the
Star's Alachua county representative
at the Maricn-Sumter .Fair, and
both are the livest of wires.
They inform us that Alachua is
coming over in full force iFriday ;
that at least fifty cars from all over
jfche county willbe here, and that. the
famous University hand of twenty twenty-two
two twenty-two pieces will accompany the crowd,
to play, on the 5?quareand at the fair
Marion and Sumter must give our
Alachua neighbors the. -warmest of
welcomes.- They are the best of -people
;and.' we can't see too much of
HILAXDS HAS RETURNED H03FE
3Ir.. ,W. J. illilands' returned last
night from iNew York City, where he
has been "for the past month on (bus (business
iness (business and attending the organization
of the Florida Soft Phosphate & Lime
The organization of the company
was periectea aooui
iri New York City.
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ten days ago
was elected 'presidents :Mr. Charles Ht
Klttredge, of -New York, secretary
and treasurer, and Mr. W. S. Hilands
otlthis city, a son of the president,
c?atnt rrrAtii.rv and treasurer. Mr)
e Providence R. J. was elect-
ed vice .nresldent: Olr. Newell is
manager of estates worth six millions
oi idollars, and" is ,hi nisei f wealthy.
'"Mr.. Kittrede is secreta-y and treas treasurer
urer treasurer of several very wealthy corpo corporations
rations corporations of New York and the entire
iboard of directors of the company are
men of money, influence and strong
(Mr. Hilands will proceed to op
en offices dm Ocala and the mines of
-the company, near Ocala, will .'be de developed
veloped developed and the plants in operation
and Teady to make delivery, of, "Phos "Phos-lime"
lime" "Phos-lime" their trade mark product, by
the Hot h of iMarch next. They ex expect
pect expect to make this fertilizer and soil
builder one of the best known and
most widely used in the state and
the entire south.
The company will operate on an ex
tensive scale and its location! here
will mean a great deal in the devel
opment of 'the, .county
The company nav an exlhibit of
"Phoslime" at the ;Marion-Sumter
iFair Which will be "worth your atten
tion. t :
TRAVELED WITH A TRAILER
, Quite an interesting procession
passed -thru itha city Saturday in the
shape of an automobile 'with a trail trailer!
er! trailer! the saidtrailer ;bein'g k two-
wheeled vehicle 'with a canopy.
The outfit belonged to Mr. W. D
Woods, of Goshen, Ind., who with nis
wife and son were on their .way to
New- Smyrna and other East Coast
points. 'Mr. tWoods is a member of
pl com nan v that owns a ibig tract of
land in that part of (Florida.
They were well fixed for trave
with their car and its trailer, 'being
able to make the two into a conven
Un (on.f Vn.mfr4.rtn.h1 itpnt Thpv
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been three weeks on thtt way, tak-
ing their time, showever.
iMr. 'Woods is an old friend of Qlr.
J. 1M. tMeffert, and was. glad indeed
to meet that good citizen Who gave
him th glad 'hand and did not fail to
toll 'him what a fine county he was
iMiss Lucile Atkisson entertained a
number of her friends last evening at
a 'Kid party. The guests were dress dressed
ed dressed as children and any amount of
fun was had. In the yard swings and
see-saws were arranged and in the
parlors many kid games were played.
The refreshments consisted of pink
lemonade, cookies and stick candy.
iMiss Maude Kennerly passed thru
Jacksonville ehroute from Palatka to
Atlanta, swhere she is the guest cf
Qiiss Jennie McMillan, for .n extend
ed visit. '.Miss Kennerly will be de delightfully
lightfully delightfully entertained during her so-
journ in Atlanta, many inrormai so
cial affairs -having been -planned in
her honor. Times-Union.
iMrs. E. H. Mote of Leesbvirg sans
4UIy iHeart at Thy Sweet Voice"
(Samson and -Delilah by C. Saint
Saens) in her -usual cnarmmg man
ner and responded to an encore wit'i
I iM 5 f
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the. Most Com
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an equally pleasing selection. Her
friends of the F. F. W. C. ere in
debted to her for her musical selec selections
tions selections of the convention. -liakeland
The only "Hotel on the Square
now offers you the service of Its
dining room. 1 Youll come again if
you try it." 23-tf
Call 4 80 for information at the
fair grounds. Gerig's. 23-tf
Pennants and pillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S. .
NOTICE FOR SIDEWALK PAVING
iXotice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, iMarion
county, Florida, at its regular meet meeting
ing meeting to ibeTield at the city ihall of said
city, in said city, on
Tuesday, the 5th day of January,' A.
- D. 1915.
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at eight o'clock p. m., -will consider
bids for the construction Nof such
sidewalks and curbs not already con constructed
structed constructed on 'both sides of the follow following
ing following named streets .within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of said citjr, to-wit:
SouthT'hird street, commencing at
(Magnolia street and Tunning thence
east to Herbert street (also known
as Wenona street) ; Tuscawilla street,
commencing at Port King avenue and
running thence south to South
Eighth street; Washington, street,
commencing at Magnolia street and
running thence east to Watula' street;
Adams street, commencing at Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street and running thence east
to High street; and :Herbert street
(also known as Wenona street) com commencing
mencing commencing at Port King avenue to
South iEighth street.
The amount of sidewalk and curb
to be constructed on said streets be being
ing being approximately as follows: 6056
square yards' of sidewalk and 11,840
lineal feet of curb.
Said sidewalks and curbs to be
constructed in accordance rwith spe specifications
cifications specifications now on file "in tfie office of
the clerk of the city of Ocala, in the
city hall of said city in the city of
Ocala, (Marion county, Florida. (Ref (Reference
erence (Reference to which said specifications
may be had upon application to said
clerk at said office.
All said -bids to te sealed and filed
with the clerk of the city of Ocala at
'least five days 'prior to said 5th day
of January, A. J3. '1915.
The city council reserves the right
to reject any and all ibids.
C. iW. Hunter,
President of the City Council of th
Ci f of Ocala.
H. C. Sistrunk, 24-tucs
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Cream of New Tomato j:,
Broiled Spanish Mackerel, Drawn Butter
Broiled Squab on
Head Lettuce Salad, Roquefort Cheese Dressing
Hot Mince Pic
Civil and Archil
Plans, Specifications, Estirntei Fur
yuiisirucuqn orateei anauoncrcte Erit!r;2r ;ld ;ld-iravmrr,
iravmrr, ;ld-iravmrr, Sevcrasc Systems end Skl2v. r
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Toast, Current jelly
Tlaitrc de Hotel
Hours : 12 M. to 9 P. Z.b
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AFTEH- THE WA1
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 S SONS CO.
Postoffice Box 475,
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' Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
:: River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
Crystal River, Fla.
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Poem of not more than forty lines written on
"THE QL D FA.S H I O N G A R D E N
Carrying out the idSa of back to the garden as : a
means of reducing the high cost of living.
To anyone writing on the above subject, either poem or prose,
and failing to get first or second premium, I will give, $10. All pre premiums
miums premiums to apply as first payment on one of those $100 lots in Ma Marion
rion Marion Heights. Remember, I am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December 1st, 1914. Judges 'Will be named later.
ROOM AXD BATH FOR A iOLLAR AND A HALF
ThT1 A TT A TDT11MT T
it tit 1 i n 1 v. 1 4-1
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Rooin in the House
ELECTRIC EliEVATOR SERVICE PIIOXES IN ALL. ROOMS
only Hotel on the Square
ROOM AND 15ATII FOR A ROLL AH AXD A HALF
Clioiee I 5 ToiiFlsf Trains
DLXIE FLYER" DEOE LEnTED "SEMINOLE LDnTED"
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LLMTTED "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville and
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
A. W, FRITOT, D. P. A.,
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
J: G. KIRKX.AND, D. P. A,.
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla
A GREAT SUCCESS
(Continued from First Page)
lively manner and promise i lo fill
the space allotted to the boys. De Despite
spite Despite that this was a n off corn year,
as r. MtCully put it, the iboys will
make a most excellent showing.
. There are a mrarbor of .interesting
exhibits from the Florida iExperi iExperi-mental
mental iExperi-mental Station at Gainesville, in
grass esfi forages, fibre products, etc.
IM I'ROVED THE OI'POIH" UNITY
' The negro building at 9 o'clock
this morning was so full that it did
not appear to 'have a -single ..foot of
space left for exhibits and more com coming
ing coming in. .Howard and Fessenden
Academies have made very wonder wonderful
ful wonderful exhibits of wood work, iron work,
fancy and plain -needlework, canning,
preserving, bottling, cooking, paint painting
ing painting and drawing, etc.," an exhibit that
would be a good and creditable fai r
in these lines nvere there nothing else
on the ground. The colored people
certainly (t'ake a deep interest in the
fair and improve on their exhibits
each year. Many individual exhibits
deserve special mention in this build building.
ing. building. V .
t The fine demonstration garden
over inside the racetrack is a credit
to the fair and despite the soorching
effects of the cold of a few days ago,
is a feature of the fair that will be
of great benefit to the farmers and
garden ers as 'wel Las an ad vertising
feature to. the visitors from a dis distance.
tance. distance. This Is irrigated by a patent
overhead irrigating system. ;
The greater Bheesley Shows are
being erected and lhave some good ex exhibits
hibits exhibits and an attractive midway and
will add fheir qoiota to the success
of the fair in drawing the crowd. The
Curtis Ibiplane was ibeing assembled
in the inside of the racetrack and
will make daily flights during the
fair. .'.,' ;
AN UP-TO-DATE PHARMACY
Mr. J. J. Gerig "has (his .pretty 'lit 'little
tle 'little building stocked as a first cflass
drugstore with druggist's accessor accessories,
ies, accessories, "candies, cigars and 'cold drinks
of all kinds, it is in charge of CVIr.
Charlie 'Fox, who has put in many
Ihours of late in getting ready and it
lojoks like ihe is going to do a fine
, LITO STOCK
The extensive live stock pens in
the west central part of the grounds
are not yet thoroughly filled up, tho
immense loads of ; nogs of every
fcnown breed are tbeing unloaded
' The horse and mule exnibit is also
being added "to eaoh 'hour and shows
up splendidly even now when the
'bulk of -the exhibits are 'just ibeing
placed, numbered and classified. A
look at these "animals, all 'Marion: and
Sumter county grown, disprove the
opinion held An some sections of the
country that iFlorida cannot grow as
good draft animals as any other
state in the Union.
The -cattle pens also teem with
splendid specimens of nvhat can be
done with care and experience in the
line of raising beef and milk cattle.
The cold -weather of the past few
da3's has made the filling of the live
stock pens rather slow, 'but they are
gradually filling up and by night the
entire space allotted will probablv
be full of the best looking stock to
be found anywhere.
. The building formerly occupied by
the combined exhibits of women,, for
fancy work, canned fruits, etc., has
'been given over to the exclusive use
cf the canning clubs and kindred in interests.
terests. interests. This ibuilding is in charge
of Mrs. J. R. IMoorhead, the county
agent for the federal government in
canning club work. y
A portion of the b-ailding is de devoted
voted devoted entirely to the exhibits of the
Marion and Sumter County Girls
Canning Clubs, while the remainder
is occupied !by the general exhibits in
As a specimen of what is contained
in these exhibits, each of twhich is
from an individual member of a
club, we mention a portion of the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits of one real live "canning club
girl": Tomato chow-cnow, cucumber
chow-chow, green and Tipe tomato
ketchup, grapejulce .made of 'wild
grapes), maistard t pickles, peppers,
string -beans, .wax ibeans, figs, peas,
blackberries, pineapples and marm marmalades
alades marmalades of various kinds.
Each of the packages exhibited is
most attractively .labeled "with color colored
ed colored lithograph labels and the exhibit
looks more like that of one of the
1 country's largest packing houses
than the iwork of an Individual young
lady. ' ','
lEach individual exhibit Is separat separated
ed separated from iUie others ty. parhtions of
evergreen:; and the -wlhole presents a
most attractive appearance.
The north side of 'this building is
occupied by exhibit;? from other
than members of .the canning clubs,
consisting cf every imaginable edible
that 'Marion and sSumter county
housewives 2-cnow -so well how to pre prepare,
pare, prepare, such as bread, cakes, biscuit,
butter, cardies, -evaporated' rfijuits
and a.list of cannel preseri'es -that it
would take an expert in these lines a
week to tell. about.
.Mrs. Charles Lamereaux of Center
iHill, has charge of ine 6umter county
exhibits in this department. tMrs.
Lamereaux and Mrs. JMoorhead aTe
being assisted In their work by Olrs.
Lewis Yonce, iMrs. J.' H. Rrinson,
Mrs. Lee Priest and (Mrs. J. dl. Spen Spencer.
The center of the building is oc occupied
cupied occupied by a "King Cotton" booth and
attracts mucfo attention, as cotton at
this time Is a very important factor
in the countiy's wel; are.
The building is most attractively
decorated in white, : with evergreens,
and snows the excellent taste of the
ladies who have the work in charge.
Mclver & 3IacKays Exhibit
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This firm, as usual, is on the spot
with a splendid exhibit of its many
lines, including fun.lfure, building
materials, paints and household ar articles.
ticles. articles. Three' splendidly' arranged
bcoth3 show in miniature a parlor, j
uiuiiift luuui ;mu Kiu;uexi, -.wtui every
accessory for making each depart department
ment department of the .home complete. The ex exhibit
hibit exhibit i3 in charge of vMr. Vernie
. A new feature has 'been added to
this exhibit this season. A large
protected frame on the north side of
the building contains many drawings
and,; designs from the architectural
department of the firm and attracts
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Ladies' Art Handiwork
This department of our annual
fair has outgrown its cramped quar quarters
ters quarters occupied in former years in a
corner of the 'women's 'building and
now occupies the building erected by
the5Roess (Lumber Company last
season just north of the former head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, j
The ladies' art exhibit is under
the1 direct charge of Mrs. (Minnie
iHowse Stovall, assisted by (Mrs. !R. F.
Dorsey and 'Mrs. J. W. Cook, and the
excellent arrangement of every de detail'
tail' detail' shows no little thought and la labor
bor labor on the part of these ladies.
Here may ibe seen the most elegant
exhibit of embroidered work ever
seen at our fairs." Every imaginable
article for the (beautifying of the
home, is there from a tiny cover for
the ibaby 'bed to an elaborately cro crocheted
cheted crocheted counterpane or ipiano cover.
Fancy handworked quilts, center center-.pieces,
.pieces, center-.pieces, table covers, cushions, ecarf s
and, articles of ladies', wear abound
iby, the score, and demonstrate the
patience of those who .made them.
- The decorations are very tasty,
consisting of red, white and hlue
bunting, smilax and other evergreens.
Andjthe table decorations are of pure
white, giving a most pleasing show showing,
ing, showing, lln this building is also located
the art exhibit consisting of paint paintings,
ings, paintings, drawings, wicker work, etc.
Lattner's Piano Exhibit
IMr, dlerbert Lattner, the Ocala
representative of the Kimball Com Company,
pany, Company, 'has a splendid exhibit of his
instruments in the ladies' 'building,
and (besides showing his pianos has
made provisions for the ladies to rest
comfortably from their meanderings
about the grounds hy furnishing a
quantity of comfortable seats.
Kniglit :& Lang's Exhibit
This firm occupies the largest in individual
dividual individual space on the grounds out outside
side outside the exhibit buildings,; and tho
it 3 space is .a .large one, every nook
and corner is filled with samples of
its lines. Besides-every known de design
sign design of plow, there is. on exhibition
cultivators, fertilizer spreaders, corn
harvesters, grain drills, disk harrows,
buggies, wagons, etc. Mr. W. L. Mc Mc-Lean
Lean Mc-Lean who is an expert in the handling
of these goods, is in charge and will
always be on hand to explain the
workings :J of the farming imple implements,
ments, implements, having had practical exper experience
ience experience with nearly every machine in
the exhibit. This is probably the
largest exhibit of thi3 nature that
has ever appeared at the fatr.
For the Hungry
' The ladies of the Christian church
have their pretty booth open and
ready to serve lunches for the benefit
of the church. The ladies of the
Presbyterian church have their big
refreshment booth, between the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural and machinery buildings
which is as. big as a hotel and has a
evry business-like appearance.
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"AM now in business fcr rzyzzlt. Conducting a Ill-ri CI.
taliibar;and:aiaW. can -:-giro -you :ibe:;be3t ihcro'
is, ana as much as any one clco in hupinccs for your money. ;,..;:: ;,..;::-teen
teen ;,..;::-teen years In the business has taught me what 'the public -rant:,
and I am supplying that vant,
JUST' A SAMPLH OP GOOIi.;
Corn or t
at per gallon
Corn or "Gin. in jugs
1 '"tIii IB 511
Good Old .80 Prcor
Com or Gin, in 3un3
atelier; gallon, ::.:?;
Good Old 70 Proof
Corn or Gin, in juss
TOwSiki 11 1 111 mm 11 .ihimliow.lmib'ii mv. 1 in MTOiiiflrc'TirwirrffTiff mn ni irrcr1
Remember that we v.ill fill
any order, you fend us and
meet the prica of any el!, or
rl Make -my place your headquarters while in the city. You "ill !;
welcome and. be treated right aj all times and on evt ry -.r: -r
tion at "Jolinns Place
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KIXDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. ..
ance Union of the city has arranged
general inrormaticn b'-r-s.i
a ireat room in the Plaza building, and the public in; itcd to
where everyone may spend leisure of every facility at it::, C3r.;
moment3 in repose.
sofas, reclining chairs, lounges, rock rockers
ers rockers and -benches aTe placed conven conveniently
iently conveniently for all who care-to avail them themselves
selves themselves qX their use. -The apartments
are ibeautifully decorated in the col colors
ors colors of the organization, while the
inscriptions germane to the work the
ladies are engage! in adora? the
walls on pennants and placards. The
rest room is in direct charge of (Mrs.
T. :H. Bridges and Mrs. R. !A Bur Bur-ford.
ford. Bur-ford. Board of, Trade
juci:i. r-Hiiion coxl.
A branch office of the Marion
County Board of Tra3e has 53een es established
tablished established at the grounds for the dis dissemination
semination dissemination of information to those
interested in our section of the state.
Secretary Rooney will be assisted in Chamb!!,
r,vo.rk at tho erounds by Mrs. I .n
Tweedy. It is the intention of tbef
board to make its quarters at the j
Prizes for I-im- i'.l'icli
The following prlzca were avrar lo l
Best Tr.'are under
'tu ft r. -"-Tf
man, firt prize, Charles. Mk
Best mare three years c!.l or over,
Howell & Chamblis, fir..t, ZC; J. 21.
Mcffert, second, S3.
.Best mare colt one year "old and
under two, Jake Jacobs, f.rst,
Uest 'maro three years old or over.
A. 3. Johnson, first, SC. .'.
Best stallion, 'three ycar3 eld or
over, John Seller, 'first, SO.
founder' 03 e:.yeai
c-Id, John Seiler, fir
Wishart, recond, $2.
JBest.brocd maro with fc.
ret. Sfi; T
(Concluded-on Ei.rhth V" )
niE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 101 i
V ?A Vis-ore Tin-OiiaH ty Product
TIig Bettor Vall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls 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 cot on the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. All tha tools
needed are hammer 2nd saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badgef-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses. v
Call on or -write for prices
State Agent, OCAliA, FLA
2.000 SOKES OF
nearly Ready fo Ship.
ON TREKS OP A BEAUTIFUL
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on. 20-aere
tract, all fenced tbut no other im
provements. More than 2,000
hoxes of oranges now on -trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees: mostlv budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. S. Savage, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phono 125. OOATjA, FLA
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla,, ExpeTt woric
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Latttier
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala,
L ALEX ABJ PES
; PRACTiC At, :
Carpenter end Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work.' Gives more and better
work for the money than any o the j
xrtractor in the city.
The Best Prices On
FRESH MEAT FISH and
Smart Set Pressing Club!
4 1 o rsiortn Liagnt)iia ai.,
Clothing Repaired,:.. Cleaned and
Pressed While Yon Wait
E. Li. AXDERSOX. Prop.
HENRY M WILLIAMS
213 West Broadway, 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.
. .31. F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
Old shoes made new; sewing your
soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re
pair Shop, 415 N. (Magnolia street.
Good -Man Killers, but Their Effec-
tiveness U Limited.
Shrapnel. o tailed after their in
veu tor. the British Generat Shrapnel. J
are tbiti cases of tough Htel ;iitiiln ;iitiiln-Ing
Ing ;iitiiln-Ing a large Dumber of luiiletiu the
British artillery 2G.i ami in t He French
and German 3uo-with a small burst bursting
ing bursting charge at the base of the projectile
The bursting charge breaks the thin
steel case, when the bullets sweep for forward
ward forward with tbe veioHty imparted to tbe
projectile by the gun. Shrapnel are
regarded as good "inan killers, nut
tbey are quite ineffective against
bnildinsH. where shells are deadly.
For the attack 6f field guns and build buildings
ings buildings and for action against troops in
trenches most armies employ howitz howitzers,
ers, howitzers, which' are short, squat guns thai
toss their projectiles bigh in the air.
high angle tire."
In the British army every division
has flfty-four field guns and eighteen
howitzers. These howitzers are of 4.5
inch caliber, firing a shell 4.5 inch in
diameter and weighing thirty-five
pound3. They have a range of 7.200
yards, which is 1,000 yards greater
than the range of the British field gun.
The defect of the howitzer is that
its shell is very heavy. I and conse consequently
quently consequently much fewer rounds can be
rriPd than with tbe field gun. There
is no security that a single howitzer
h ah win do twice the damage ot au
rr!iTrv field eun shell, though it
weighs twice as much.
ThB wrench do not employ a feowitz
er in their field artillery. The Ger Ger-mon
mon Ger-mon n heavy oattern of six inch
caliber, firing a shell of about ninety
pounds, and a lighter pattern of 4.-
inch callber.-New Yors uun.
- THE RED CROSS.
Its Real Origin Dates to Napoleon's
Itelian Campaign of 1859.
The Red Cross owes its real origin to
the great and terrible campaign of
1850. when Napoleon made it bis boast
that be would free Italy' "from the
aids to the Adriatic i At Hhe great
battle of Magenta 10.000 Austrians and
some 5,000 French soldiers were ten
dead and dying on the fields.
A Swiss gentleman, named M. tienn
Dunant. made a pilgrimage to th&t
hnttlpfipld and was an involuntary
eyewitness of the awful carnage of the
battle of Solferino. a battle wmeu iasiv
ed some sixteen hours and left -.som
30,000 dead and wounded Heurl In
nant realized that the medical servKv
of what was probably the greatest
army .in the world was absolutely in
adequate t;o cope with the casualties,
and he was at once compelled to take
some action to rectify the matter.
The result was that he wrote a
small book for private circulation, en
titled "Un Souvenir de Solferino." arid
this, with bis private appeal, resulted
in Napoleon III. commanding Dunant
to his presence, where, with the great
Marshal' MacMabon, they seriously
talked matters over.
The result of this was a conference
of tbe powers, called together by the
Swiss federal government, :at which
Henri Dunant placed his proposals.
Out of this Geneva conference of 1SG4
. resulted the Geneva convention, under
which all medical supplies and person personnel
nel personnel in war time are protected.
A Prehistoric Lake.
One of the most Interesting remnants
of a prehistoric lake In the United
States is that now known as Estancia
ralley. which lies south of Santa Fe
and east of Albuquerque. N. Mr From
examination of the deposits in this sec
tion geologists are of the opinion that
this lake existed at the same time as
Lake Bonneville, in Utah, and other
ancient lakes of the arid west during
the cold, humid glacial period. The
theory of the existence of an ancient
lake in the alley is based on the pres presence
ence presence of shore features and lake sedi
ments. Sea cliffs, terraces, beaches.
beach ridcres. snits and bars are found
on all sides of the lake flat at altitudes
between G.KX and 6.200 feet above
sea level. Argonaut.
The uhlans are a distinctive corps.
The name is by no means distinctly
German, A body of uhlans was form formed
ed formed for the French army by Marshal
Sax el They were introduced into the
Prussian service in 1740. and forty
years later the Austrians also had a
corps. of uhlans-light cavalry armed
with lance. The modern uhlan may be
classed with the heavy cavalry. Lon-,
A popular-, novelist was talking in
Chicago about genius. :
"There are a hundred different opin opinions
ions opinions as to what a genius is. said be.
"but all authorities are agreed that it's
absolutely unsafe to. lend him money.
Chi -ago Herald.
City on a Steep Hill.
The towu of Simla. India, is built on
the side of a steep hill and the roof of
one house is often on a level with the
foundation of one on the next terrace
Madge You shouldn't say hes a con
firmed bachelor unless you know. Mar-
jorie But I do know. 1 confirmed
him. New York Times.
When wi fey is on the warpath some
pin their faith on Dutch courage; oth others
ers others prefer French leave. Kansas City
Skill is the united force of experi experience,
ence, experience, intellect and passion in their op operation
eration operation nn manual labor. John Ruskin.
The Home of
Business, Dress and
Formal Evening Wear.
Prices Range from
$10 TO $35
(E? TO (
Blue, Black t
When you buy a cos farm maciiinery, you
who'll sell you the most efficient articles for the most resicor
requirements in selling clothing that is
We make a specialty of fitting
hard-to-fit feet, J. & 31. Newark
made Shoes in all leathers,
. ipo . ; ;
"Waterman's Special" Shoes
Sizes 4 to 12; Widths AA to KE
GRIXXELIi GLOVES with Reputii Reputii-,
, Reputii-, tion for Service and Gloves, for every
Occasion, Dress, Work, Auto, Driv-ing.
From Ught weight and Heavy,
in Separate Garments and
0 GALA Fit ATERI AL PS
MAUIOX-DUNN 3IASONIC- LODGE
Marlon-Dunn lxdge ?ro. 19, F. &
A. M., aneets on the first and thlr.d
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
, Baxter Cam, W. M.V.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
OIIDEU OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter. No. 29. O. E. t..
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of ; each
month at 730 o clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. $L.
' Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodsre No.n22. I. O. O. P..
meets in Yonge s Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visitin
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. Li. Colbert, Secretary. 4
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
--'' '' nj ,n ,r V
, .'V '-' V"-' '-' ;'' -'-''i-
, Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening ol
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lod2evNo. 19. Convention?
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Win. Gober, C. C.
Chaa. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Bron, Secretary.
OCALA IiODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodsre No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth -Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth breth-rpn
rpn breth-rpn alwavs welcome. Club "house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David wimms, u. it.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAIi ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. ea. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffioc.
D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
3eccnd and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
Chas. k. sage. Clerk. Ao
Hart SchsSlatr ti lUsx 1 k 7 4
vontmansnip. .-vve lonow me
same principle throughout our
stanc behind what ve sell am
every. department is'compiei
COMK SEK rIE,
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mem mm mfflP
.' wn Knvofnr r,nlp.
which must be sold within
Better see us quick. ,.:
We also have one or
priced very lov for cash,
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WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss" Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of. the library, -which now
has Its quavers In the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read the book's. Also
that there are a ,arge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by differ3ht persons
who have finishel with them.
BEST COVG11 MEDICINE FOR
"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 him at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children hecause
it is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it,' writes Mrs.' La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy, contains no opium, and may
be given-a child as confidently as to
a", adult. Sold by all dealers. ad
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant' Cafe. C. L. depot
corner. Meals' a la carte and lunches
tit any hoar. Adv.
DON'T DELAY TREATING i:OUR
A slight couch often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congestea, broncial
tubes fill -with mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality is reduced. You need Dr.. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens .mu .mucous
cous .mucous and makes your system resist
colds. Give the hahy and children
Dr. Bell's-Pin-Tar-Honey. It's gnar gnar-ntfd
ntfd gnar-ntfd to heln them. Only 3 5c v-at
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lnrr lot vitli hand:;omo liom
next cixty daya party hr:s
two other email propedtiems
r or particulars call on o
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Packing and Ctorin,
Shipping ot Freight,
and Hafts. i
New Hcrpital for Kcrcz.
A hospital i3 to bo erected la
Pyeng-yang, Korea, by tlio board cf
foreign mission.?. It 13 cctlrated thit
It will cost about $10,CC3. A part cf
the money required is r.trcady in hand
end other fund3 for this purpose Lave
And They Objected.
FlnancierWhat's all the hubbub
In the directors' room?" Steno
"'Some vise minority stockholder just
found that the oSce cat is on the pay payroll
roll payroll for $3,000 a year under tho c;r:3
cf T. Feline.- 1
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" We Aim
To lie Upright in Our Dealings
OUli MEATS UP RIGHT.:
iMaking it Easy to -COOK,
CARVK AND CONSUME TI I KM C;,
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
You Will Talie Euouoli oi Onr Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday 1
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too fori helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which 2s a day of
re&t foF nearly everyhody hut this ice man of yours.
Marlon County Abstract Company
GHAHAM BROTOEOS, Lessees,'.
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
The Delectivo of the
By HtSKtTH PRICIIARD
By Ilesketh Ptichard
CHAPTER VI. v
The Clack Fox Gkin. v
OU must understand that from
this time it my assH'iiiti(n
li with November .loe was uot
--onthii;ous but fitful, and that
after t h e ve u ts I ; h a ve just wri 1 1 eu
down I went back to Qnebet. where 1
bocjinie. oiue more immersed Tin- my
b u k i 1 1 es s O f A i k I h ea rd t ro in ti m e to
time, generally by means of smudged
tetters obviously written from; camp
and usually smelling of wood smoke.
It wus such a letter, which, in the fol
lo.wiiiir year. ea used me once more to
eek November t ran as follows: ; ;
Mr. Quaritch. sir, ast tveek I was up
to Wlddeney Pond and 1 see a wonderful
red deer buck. I guess he come out of
the thick Maine woods to take the place
o that felia you shot there last fall. This
great fella has had a accident to his horns
or something for they come out of his
head thick and stunted-tike and all over
little points. Them horns would look fine
at the top of the stairs In your house to
Quebec, so come and try for them. 111
be down to Mrs. Harding's Friday morn morning
ing morning so as I can meet, you if you can come.
There's only three moose, using '-5 round
here, two cows, and a mean little fella
of a bull. NOVEMBER.
This was the letter "which caused me
to seek Mrs. Harding's. ; hut owing to
a slight accident to the rig I was driv
en up in. I arrived late to 'find that
November had gone up to a neighbor neighboring
ing neighboring farm on some business, leaving
wora mar jnouiu i arrive i ; r
start for his shack and that lie .would
catch me on the way. Noveuiiiei
struck my trail and If w;ts lon after
dark when we reaehtnl Novemlter's
shack that evening. As he opened the
door he displacetl something wldte
which iay just inside it- ; V
"It's a letter I he said lu surprise
as'lie handed it to me. "What does It
say. Mr. Quaritch?"
l read k 'aloud. It ran:
I am in trouble, Joe.' Somebody is rob
bing my traps. Wljen jou get home,
which I pray will be soon. 4 come right
over. v ; 7 : S. RONE ;
The skunkr cried November.
, 1 had never seen him sov moved. He
had been away hunting for three days
and returned to find this message.
'The darned skunk.' he repeated, to
rob her traps!"
' "Hera woman T t t
"S. Rone stands for Sally, Rone.
You've sure heard of her?"
"No; who la she?"
"I'll tell you." said Joe. "Sal's a
mighty brave girlthat Is, she's a wid widow,
ow, widow, She was married on Rone four
years ago last Christmas, and the
autumn after he got bis back broke to
the Red Star lumber camp. leaving
Sally just enough dollars to carry her
over the birth of her son. To make a
long story short, there was lots of the
boys ready to fill dead man Rone's
place when they knew, her money must
be giving out. and the neighbors were
wonderful interested to know which
Sal would take. But it soon co me out
that Sal wasn't "taking any of them,
but had decided to try what she could
do with the trapping herself.
V ''Just that I Rone worked a line o
traps, and Sal 'was fixed to make her
living and the boy's that way. ; Said a
woman was liable to be as successful
a trapper as a man. She's at It near
three year now, and she's made good
Lives with her hoy, about four hours
iwalk, nor' west of here, with not cn
other house -within five miles of her.
She s got a young sister. Ruby, with
her on account of the kid, as she has
to be out such a lot" . 1
'il';Noi. much later I was following !Ko
t vember's nimbly moving figure upon 3
hard a woods march as I ever caro to
try, I was not sorry i when, a thong
of my moccasin gave way and Joe al
io wea trie a ;;;mxnute to tie it up and to
, get, my., wind." Vv-vv
"Tbere'a Tom Cajrroll Vhli finrt axxd.
InJin Svivester." besnm November a b
rjptiy-"those three. TheyTe Eally'3
nearest neighbors, them and Val Elac!i.
Val's a good man. but"
"But what?" said 1 absently,
"nim and Tom Carroll's cut the top
notches for. Sally's favor so far.
"But whatV that got to do with"
"Come on" snapped November and
hurried forward to Sally's lonely cabin.
Joe knocked at the door, calling at
the same time: "It's me. Are vou
The door opened an Inch or.two. ls
it you. Joe?"
November thrust his right hand with
its deep sear across the back through
the aperture- v"You should know; that
cut. Sai; you tended it
"Come In. Come inf
I followed Joe into the house and
turned to look at Sally. I caw a slim
girl with gentle red brown eyej that
matched the red brown of her rebel
lious hair, a smali face, pale under its
weather; tan. but showing a line cf
milk white skin above her brows. Che
was. in fact, extremely pretty, with a
kind of good looks I had not expected,
and ten seconds later I, too, had fallen
under the spell of -that charm, which
was all the more powerful L?cacj
Sally herself was unconscious of it .
. "You've been long In coming. Joe,"
she said, with a sudden smile.. "You
srere away of course?"
. "Aye. just got back 'fore we started
for here." He looked around. "YThcre's
"I've just got him off to sleep on tho
bed there," She pointed to a deer;',!
curtain in the corner.
What: They been frightening I:
Mrs. Rone looked oddly at Not:.
No, but if he heard us t .r.;l
ieen robbing me vas in this room not
six hours ago. and Danny saw him."
November : raised his'; eyebrows,
'nub: That's tierce!" he said.. "Dan "Danny's
ny's "Danny's rising Career ain't he? lie could
"Nothing at all. It was after dark,
and tha man had his face rauUled.
it a be was a
real good man.
from the cup-
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1 011 will save your money next time, am
is money made, if you trade at this store.
"May The Best Values Win Out"
Solved the Problem of the High'
of Living and the answer is,
j i 1
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West Side of the Square, at IGein's Former Stand.
III ..-"..-'-'. 1 II
Die gave Liia sugar
board." said Sally.
His hands, what like was his hands?
He gave the sugar."
" r"I thought of that, but Danny says
he had niitt3,.qn. It's'more'n three
weeks now since! found out the Ira pa
were being meddled with. It was done
very cunning, but 1 have. my own way.
of baiting them, and the thief, thG'j;;!i
he's a clever woodsman and knows a
heap, never dropped to that Some Sometimes,
times, Sometimes, he'd set 'em and bait 'em like vls
if they were never touched at all, and
other times he'd just make it appear
as if the animal had got itself but"
"He, must have left tracks." said Joe..
"Some yes. But he mostly wo; lied
when? snow was falling. He's cunning.""-
7. v ; '
"Did any one ever see his tracks but
you?" . l
"How was that?" said Joe. with sud sudden
den sudden interest. ;
"I came on Sylvester one evening
when I was trailing the robber."
. "Perhaps Sylvester himself was the
Mrs. Rone shook her head.
It wasn't him. Joe, He couldn't V
known I was coinln' on him, and, his
tracks was quite different"
' "Well, .but tonight?' Vou tay the
thief come here tonight? What did he
do that for?" said Joe pushing the to tobacco
bacco tobacco firmly luto his pipe bowl.
, "He had a good reason." replied Sal Sally,
ly, Sally, with bitterness.' "Last .Thursday
when I was on my way back frcun put putting
ting putting my letter under your door I heard
something rustling through the scrub
ahead of me. It might have beenra
lynx, or if might ha ve been a dog. but
when 1 eorne to the trap I saw the
jthlef had made off that lutnute, for
he'd been trying to force open the trap,
and when he heard me he wrenched
hard, you bet, but he was bound to
take carenot to be too rough'
"Good fur. you mean?"
'.'Good?" Sally's'.faee flushed a soft
crimson. rf "Good? : Why. I've never
seen one to match it. It was a black
fox. lying dead there, but still warm,
for. it had but' just been killed. I'he
pelt was fair in it3 prime, long and
silky .and glossy.. You can guess, No November,
vember, November, what that meant for Danny
and me next winter, that Tve been
worrying about a lot The whooping
cough's weakened him down had. and
I thought "of the things l could get for
him while I was skinning out the pelt"
Sally's voice shook'; and her e.ves filled
with tears. "Oh. Joe. It's hard hard:
The skin, was worth $300 anywhere,
and I come homo just singing. 1 tixed
It at once, and then, being scared:1iUe.
I hid it in the cupboard over tlk re be behind
hind behind those old magazines. No one but
Iluby'knew that I had got It. 1 left
Ruby here, but Mrs. Seats had her sev seventh
enth seventh yesterday morning, and liuby ran
over to hep for awhile, after he put
Danny to bed. The thief must have
been on the watch and seen her go."
"Where's Ruby now?" Joe inquired,
v "She's stopping the night They sent
over to tell me," replied Sally. "Well,
to go on. I bad a lynx in one of. my
traps which got dragged right down by
Deerhorn pond, so I was more than
special late. Danny began at qnce to
tell me about the man that, came In
I rushed across and looked in the cup cupboard.
board. cupboard. The black fox pelt was gone,
"What, did Danny say about the
"Said he. had on a, big. hat and ;a
neckerchief. He didn't speak a word;
gave Danny sugar, as 1 have said. He
must a been here some time, for he's
ransacked the place high and low and
took nearly, every pelt I sot this sea.
::ot:: the n::c;:.;
Large Florida Pecans
-per round ;Si .203 'i
Bet ;:r.;;Msu V.'.'.Iuuts.
' new crop, per pound .20s
Brazil Xuts, best CCo. I,
per' pound 1 Co
Frcsli Calflcrnia Italrlr.,
per pound 15cf
. Two pound for. . . .20"
Lnr bananas; fre-h cv-r;-
y, per doz. . 20s
Jlcmcr.'.-I? Candy, fjrecTi
every i!iy, per pound '"3
vWr;:: than. -i:
Come in end it: :ct 5 o-jr fri-r.Ji.
3 Leave ycv.r tr:-l y.-
i i ; Uf our tel. iv.zz.
Cc:r. in end rest.
Us tus store for rvur con vc.-,;-tee
1 4 -vliat's ere, ycu put Lets
Try a cup cf
1 1 "u" l
zL : ' C II 0 C 0 LATE'
1 1 oat cf
irJYLnrOlftlwaysirdV' If you're
By trading vitli tho Ccala
Cash Grocery Company.
'J: JjVliiy 1 Cl V IX Cl y V & U. tl i U M t 1
.Pint ; Good .'Floridai' Syrup,;. ,v C
Irish Pctr.tocs, peel; 1
5 Caller -j cf Oil.
BACOwf,;'':pe? :;po"saf:;.:V .. ICi
Cheese,"; per '.pound .". . . .0
Lima-lic.ir.,-, p:: pound.', 1'.
Quart ;.C6ol FIorida'iByrup ,. .
Quart j-Good Vinegar V . V-v '. I C ;
Hi I I
!Cet to Burnett':;
Fort '-KUis Ave.;::;;'!",v
p1' "' Tf---
, Continued Tomorrow)
f,l vi;.!:cd f vcuU ci2 end L? rditv;.:
cf my uerin, from v.-crncrdy tro;:!,!; :.
I' Could not'n- UP vithouJ pullir;: :d
n:o:t cf I cculd r.:;t ir.y
- The least nmount cf wcrlr tired rr.2
out. My !:?"d v.ou'd c.vim, end I vcu! 1
am ret lo'.hcrcd vilh p:::; cny more,
and I den't l:r.vc to0 to ld. In fct,
Sit v ii J
tired, nervc''irritclllc vcr.:;n, ;ho feci
S3 if everything were wrcr.f, cr.d need
somclhin;; to quiet their, nerves ::r.J
of the numerous syrnpto:rs ci vcmnr.J
trouble, take Ccirdui. It will i;e!p ycu.
At a!l drir::!:;.
.Advisory Dep.!.. CiCanocra.. Ter.rt,, fcr Stecia
Instructiont cn your cs58 ar.a C4-p2j fc;ck, "licm-s
Treaimerit for Vomen," in plain wra c r. 1 J.C. 1 2
lie vrho love3 not hl3 .co'jntryj cca
love colhdncr. 'Ilvron. ;.
'If you want good health, clear
complexion and -freedom fro::i dlzzi dlzzi-De,
De, dlzzi-De, conrtipatlon, ,blllo;: t."..;, head
aches and Indigestion, take Dr.
Kings X.v Life Pills. They drive
out .the fc renting and undigested
foods, clc-r the hiool and cure con con-s'ipatioru
s'ipatioru con-s'ipatioru Only ,25 cents at your
THE OCALA KVEN1G BTAlt, TUESDAY, NOVH?,mEIt 34, 1014
Elks meet tonight.
Odd Fellows meet this evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Durt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
(Mr. Vance Weathers, of York, was
numbered among the first day's at attendance
tendance attendance at the fair.
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the new dining
room of, the Ocala House.
' f Mr. S. D. 'Atkinson is representing
the Berlin section at the fair today.
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and -with absolutely fresh
Mr. iHeron Todd -was operated on
at the hospital this morning for ap appendicitis
pendicitis appendicitis and Is now doing as well
as can be expected.
Whole wheat bread made under n
new 'process, wrapped in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 17-tf
: Dir. and Mrs. J. K. Priest of the
Burbank section are attending the
Trig fair to lay.
t Look for the hlg Rexall sign at the
fair grouiius. ZJtl
I !Mr. H. fMUampton has returned
( from a iho;t-re3t and vacation spent
j in"!AshevWfe,'wip.. Mr. Hampton, is
almost ent'ireljr recovered and is at
v tending to his office practice again.
We are Belling Stock tind Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half pric
Two 25ct3 or oucis packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
IMr. J. iF. Parker, candidate for
commissioner from the Dunn el Ion
district at the last primary election,
ds among the prominent citizens in
attendance at the fair today.
Now Is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala'Seed Store. 10-1-tf
den.. M." W. Long of ttlartel is
i ... i
probably one of the most enthusiastic
fair iboos'tTs in the county. He
came in tais -morning and 'brought
w ith him cmite 'an exh ilsi t of farm
p-rcdacts 'to help make the 1914 fair
the biggest we have ever had. :
They say the food and service at
the Ocala iHouse dining room is fine.
The proof of the pudding is in chew chewing
ing chewing the 'bag. 23-tf
'Messrs. Robert Lyles and Walter
JMea'd were added to the traffic squad
of our -police force ytsterdny and
will continue to act in the capacity
of special o flieors till the close of the
fair. The crowded condition of the
stre ets d ur ing the f ai r season in akes
these Vwicial traffic policemen neces necessary
sary necessary and their. constant watchfulness
for violation's1 of the traffic laws
'prevent maay accidents.
Candy, cigars and soda f t Gerig's
c i-ugsto-c. Fair grounds. ; : 23-tf
Purity An )aramount You ?et ab-;
solute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into ycur prescriptions 'her.
Bitting &; Knight,' dmgisti. aO-31-tf
"iMr. iW iL. Godwin, the 'b cm farm farmer
er farmer anii trucker of Fairfield; is id
.cow Ji :odsy( taking in the big diarior
Countf Fiir. He expects :o visit tho
fair :-ii;a!ii -with. Mrs. ..Godwin Thurs Thursday...
You ui$ io'suave'
lclEF Si MsieKay
Fun era! directors
IIIIOERTAXERS and EMBftLWERi
fine Cartels and. Surzil Robes
D. K. :UclVEU and C. V. ROBERTS
Ail Work Done by Licensed Eni
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. MclVER .lai
c. v. iiOBEitTS .'.son
Undertaking OI3co. ........... 4Jf
from obser obser-Mr.
Mr. obser-Mr. F. G. B.
for the gov-
Max. Mtn. R. F.
3... .....77 53
4. ..... .80 58 .
5. . .'. ... .80 53
6 70 54
7:' -" 40. s. 54
8 '. .79 56 .
9. . ...w.74 62 .33
10... 72 .68
11. ...... .71 46
12 74 51
13 .76 56
14. ... . .76 56 33
15 . . . 76 60 .
16. ... . .77 64
17 70 46
18. . ... .69 45
19.'. .....66 45 ...
20 V. .'. .60 34 .
21. . .". .56 t25
22. . . .62 r 35 .
' 68 3 9
Partly cloudy tonight and Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, probably; rain Wednesday in
extreme northwest portion.
IMr. M. A. Baker of Brunswick,
Ga., 5s among tbe visitors in- the city
today. Dr. Baker's f ather enjoys the
distinction of having patented the
turpentine still that i3 at present
being used all over the country. He
Is on his way horae from a trip to
(Mr. J. m. Badger, one of IMarion
Vounty's most extensive stock grow growers
ers growers from the Berlin section, is among
Xhe fair visitors today. V--.
South Carolina Rust-Proof and
Burt Oats.' Ocala Seed Store. 10-2-tf.
W. K. Lane, 31. P., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
We always have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6 1
During the four days of the tMar-ion-Sumter
Fair we will give 10 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
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent arid Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT: Eight room cottage.
Just back of residence of (Mrs. L.
.Home on Oklawaha avenue. L.
N. Green, Ocala. ll-23-6t
WUTlBD We want to give you a
Thanksgiving dinner at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. Be our guest.
Ask us about it. English Woolen
iM'Us, Cam building. 19-3t
FOUND A way to get your Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving dinner free at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington Hall hotel. Ask us about it.
English Woolen Mills, Carn build building.
ing. building. 19-5t
FOR SALE Sawed ceSar posts, all
heart, any quantity. .George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
'by young married couple. iMust
be close in and in desirable neigh neigh-hoThood.
hoThood. neigh-hoThood. Address care Star, dh
FOR RENT Two or three furnish furnished
ed furnished rooms for Uiht housekeeping,
just north of postoffice. Large
- rcoms and reasonable rates. 206
North Main .street., or see IMducas,
at Ocala House barbershop. 16-6t
FO;R SALE Young, tat turkeys 20
cants per pound delivered any
where in the city. Address John
tFoglestrom, Montague, Fla. 18-Ct
FOR RENT -'Room s for light hous-
keeping, furnished or unfurnished,
electric lights. 306 S. Fourth St.,
WANTED To buy a second hand
lounge, the springs must be in
good condition. Phone 448 after
5 o'clock. 20-6t
-5PLC3NOID FARtM FOR SALE
Very cheap fcr cash, or can make
some terms, or will .trade on fair
terni3 for 'city propert3' See or
write J. 1H. Brinson at the court
house, Ocala. 24-6t
SURE TO RE. A GREAT SUCCESS
(Continued, from Fifth Page)
Best stallion three years old or
over, .Marion Farms, first, $6.
Best stallion cne year old and un under
der under two, Richard Glymp, first, ?4.
Best stallion two years old and
under three, E. Goodyear, first,
Mrs. Weller Carmichael won first
prize and 'Miss Bertha Smith second,
in the ladies riding contest.
- V Ladies Road "Race, ;
JMrs. Sprague, driving "Water
Mrs Burgess, driving
Time, 1:2 5. The same horses in
the first heat won in the second.
iln the 2:18 class, "Sandy Kilday"
was first, and "Little Hair second.
Times, i2.17. Second iheat, "Sandy
KIJ day first ; 'John B." second.
In the open race, "Dorxls Doug Douglass,"
lass," Douglass," fMalcolm -Williams, driver, was
first; '"Watermelon," Mr. Igou driv
ing, second, .-
Running race, Edna" Leska first;
Dan Lewis, second. ;
The aeroplane flight had to be J
called off today on account of the
Vliat War Teaches
lEvery life has its critical moments.
There are times when a man's health
is staked npon the care he gives to
it within a few hours. HU system
may he run down iblood laden with
-bilious poison and' lungs or 4 skin af affected.
fected. affected. ; -t"
Twenty-four hours after you start
to take Dr. Pierce's Golden -Medit
cal Discovery, poisonous matter and
blood impurities begin to leave your
body through the liver, bowels, kid kidneys
neys kidneys and skin.
o powerfully penetrating is this
purely vegetable remedy that through
the circulation of the hlood it reaches
every fibre, muscle and joint, dissolv dissolves
es dissolves the poisonous secretions and
drives them out of the body.
It brings new activity to the liver,
stomach and bowels in a short time,
thus causing sallowness, indigestion
and constipation to disappear.
It enters the tiny h-lood vessels of
the skin, bringing with it fresh vital vitalized
ized vitalized folood, and abiding faith in iU
wonderful cleansing power has come
to thousands, when- pimples, bolls,
carbuncles, rash, eczema, acne and
other skin troubles dry up and dis disappear.
appear. disappear. Good blood means good health;
good health means strong men and
women, full of vigor and ambition,
with minds alert and muscles will willing.
ing. willing. Any medicine dealer will sup supply
ply supply you with Dr. P ie,rce's Gol den
'.Medical iscovery In either liquid or
tablet form. (Remember it is piirely
-egetable, and free "from alcohol or
narcotics and is not & secret remedy
for all its ingredients are published
A Great Book Free 1
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense IMedi IMedi-cal
cal IMedi-cal Adviser, newly Prevised contain containing
ing containing 1008 pages, is sent free on re receipt
ceipt receipt of two dimes, or stamps; to
pay, expense of mailing only. Ad Address
dress Address (Doctor Pierce, Buffalo, 'N. (Y. 7
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only 'move the ibowels.
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment of
19 1'4 state, and county taxes are now
Be sure and b ing or send a cor
rect description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service. ;
Don't forget that, the law allows a
two (2 ) per cent, discount for" all
November payments and one ( 1 J
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2ra Tax Collector 'Marion Co.
I wish t 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 i f
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally he will
call on y-iu and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have.
Respectfully. B." Goldman,
11-2-tf r Ocala, Fla.
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We wlh give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchasi. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. Environment.
Economics changes hian'u acttTl acttTl-tles.
tles. acttTl-tles. As ycu change a man's acti?i acti?i-ties
ties acti?i-ties you change his way of living:.
j and as: you change his environment
you change his -state of mind. Pre
cept ai In juricfrioii do not percepti perceptibly
bly perceptibly affect mn: but food- water, air.
clothing? ihelter, pictures, b.ioks, inn
Now York, Nov. 24. -Turpenlino,
4 7 to 4 S. iRosin unchanged.
New York, Xor. 2 4. Cotton wa
steady, Hiroe to seven joints Idwcr.
Liverpool reported goad Irayin at
the -"LcIIne. December 7.25; March
t .00 ... ay i i u.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTFJl-
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Atlantic Coast Line
No. P, Jacksonville to Lecsburg
9: 05 p. m.
Nc. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
o:C5 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2 : 0 5 a. m.
No. 38, Gt. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 12:05 a. m.
No. 3D, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg -2:40 p.m.
'No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka G:10 p
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:50
a. m. '-
No. 48, Ocala to Honiosara
Leaves,-2 : 02 p. ra.
No.. 49, .Homosa2;a to Ocala- Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. m.
No. '35 (Sunnyjlm) Ocala to Lake Lakeland'
land' Lakeland' '0:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to WTilcbx G:10 a.
m., IMonday, 'Wednesday .and fFriday.
No. 150, WT.ilcox -to Ocala 5:45 p.
m., Monday; .Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air Line
' No. d, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a., m.-
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa IVr IVr-rive,
rive, IVr-rive, 1:10 p. mr; leave, 1:25.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
2 :33 p.m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville -Ar-irive
1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4i20 p. m. -
No. 71 Arrives from PaTatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. '7.2 Leaves 'Ocala for Pal.-.tka
at 1:15 p. m., daily except Thursday.
No. 72 Thursday, leaves Ocala
for Palatka at 5 p. m;
"Detwsen Devil and Deep Csa.
- The phrase "Between the devil and
the deep sea" has probably no refer reference
ence reference to the ancient fighting between
the Picts arid the Britons, though un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly It has long been in use in
Scotland. Jts origin would appear to
be lost in obscurity, though possibly
It may have some, reference to the
New Testament story cf the swine of
. Cheap Floor Stain.
A very inexpensive stain can 1 3
made from burnt umber and hot wa water.
ter. water. Five cents' worth of the burnt
umber will stain several floors; that Is
where a rug Is used for the center.
Pour the hot water over the burnt
umber, little at a time, till it Is thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly dissolved. Use a quart of hot
water to five cents worth of umber;
that make.3 a pretty dark brown stain.
Let it dry, then rub on any good floor
wax and polish.
Going It Blind.
Enver Bey got an idea of the looks
of his future bride by means of a pho
tograph. This illustrates a' dimculty
froni which the young Englishman-la
free, but which is sometimes very
amazing to the young T':rk. He ouht
not to see his bride's face until he has
actually married her, or; et tlie very
least unfil he is betrothed.vThe ycuc;
lady, as Duekett Farrlma points out,
can take a. drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's f ace out of doors. But her
face should remain veiled from him,
and, although he, generally ccntrive3
to get r.n Idea cf her appearance, it
cannot always be done, j Mr. Ferriman
mentions a hign olSciar-i son who was
mortif.ed at his wedding to find his
bride a brunette,, when he wanted a
His Large Audience.
Joseph Parfcer of London, on ozz
occasion was congratul ated by a Irknd
of ours on the fact that hia sermons
were very widely read. "Yes,' said
Dr. Parker, with a twinkle in his eye,
'the "'.front seats of my auditorium are
in the Himalayas and the back f;eatf
in tiie Rocky mountains!" The Chris'
f J. B- L1DZIIIG0. .Watchmaker I
All kinds of Jewelry, Type- X
X writer Sewing Machine and j
Graphone Repairing prompt-
executed. ; Prices; reasonable.
J Satisfaction guaranteed. t
t 216 S. Magnolia Strest i
1: i a
-. ; ( (
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l 'WE SELL;;CARVING"KNlVI'I3''TirAT WlLh "CAUVi:M OVH
$ tiiank5;giving pirj). you wiLTi havi:o gi; ...
X YOU:1. II AVE' Nl'd'S NEW "TABLE : CUTLKI t V. : ': 7V ; '.V--.
WE" CIO NO SHARP'; PRACTICI
f NOT JUGGLE PIIICIJ UP AND
this is why we have thi: co.;.
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I, T li I ..j .'V'l-'' I I il : ; j y
of oilier 1
9 n t U it
Fit the Grea'c ilriBlversary Gals ';
OPEN DAt Jn'2TCGHT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte aua luueneB
any aonr. aot.
iiiuMMvx W iut ia penaUy. of,10 pcr c,!lt. !1 ;
"Last winter when my little boy ; collection rifcrc .1
had croup I got him u bottle off ; 4r
Chamberlain's Couh romedy.'! han-t aU or seizure of personal
estly tbelieve it saved his. life," writes V. V'. CIy'.:tt
Mrs. J. 03. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "Iti City Tax Ooi:. ir.
cut the sphlejrm and relieved his ; ofilce in court hcuco. 11 -M?
ougrhlngr spells. 1 am most grateful ; -
for what this remedy has done for!
him." For sale hy alii dealers. ad K. of P. meet Qlonday nlht.
- I IN,: o Ult -'. 1"
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dm mem V
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cx j or nc: d k
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f i : iS H y U i,
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t The city tax be;" ; nave -bc-ri o;
for ;)ayment Cf K 1 1 tiTCj
; Oct. let. Tie la
"they be closed DvC lit, n