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Berlin, Nov. 28. News from the j
front in Poland indicates that the'
Russians are straining every effort
-to put all their available men into the
conflict now: entering the third week.
four million men to the front in an
attempt to inflict a crushing defeat
upon the Germans. Despite this, the
Germans Ktood thrnr rrrnnnri !hr.-.t
Lodz and Lowicz, inflicting tremend tremendous
ous tremendous losses upon the attacking armies.
It is admitted that the Germans, have
called a complete victory.
At the west front the situation is
characterized as "practically un unchanged."
changed." unchanged." The report that the allies
have recaptured Dixmude ve,3 : ;ofil ;ofil-cially
cially ;ofil-cially denied today.
A LULL IN THE FIGHTING
Vienna, Nov. 28. An ofllcial state
ment reports a lull in the fighting in
Poland with no decisive victory in
Poland, western Galicia or the ,Car ,Car-psithians.
psithians. ,Car-psithians. '' iC-:?'
VICTORY FOR THE GERMANS IN
THE VOSGES x
Berlin, Nov. 28 (by wireless).
Th'3 capture of French ; trenches in
the Vosges mountains was officially
announced today. The general situa situation
tion situation is unchanged, i i
HE DIDN'T LIKE HOUSTON
Tennessee Man .Put Veto on a Pro Prospective
spective Prospective Erother-in-Lavv with
Kn:3:ville, Term., Nov. 2S. Isaac
Houston, agd VAventy-flve, vwho was
to muriy tonight a sister of Rankin
Hciusto:.if aged twsnty-five, a distant
relatrre, was shot, and killed, fry the
latter this morning. Rankin Houston
oppos4-i the marriage. Both were
wealthy farmers rear Greenville. ;
BURNED 1200 BALES
For ty rt hous:s.nd Dollars Worth of
.-Cotton Destniyed by Fire
George town, G. Nov.' 23. The
fanaeru' warehous; with 1200, bales
of cotton burned lait night. The loss
will be $40,000, with'"'Only small in insure
sure insure ncc1. The cotton is still liurning
today. ; P
We lire: selling: SiocTt tind-Poultry
Pow iern iind- 'M edicines at half price
Two 25ct.ii or yj:s packages at one
price. Ocala St?sd 4!tore lC-l-tf
Ii 17EST, SIUATI0I1
BIG CRUISER AND DREAD DREAD-NAUGHT
NAUGHT DREAD-NAUGHT WENT DOWN IN
Paris, Nov. 28. An unconfirmed
News dispatch says that a German
cruiser, believed to be the Hertha
was sunk near Libau, and the Ger German
man German battleship Kaiser Wilhelm der
Grpsse was torpedoed and sunk in
the Baltic. ' ;
Cm reat crowd, however, at
army and navy gaisie
' Philadelphia, Nov;; 28. All of the
war and navy officials are here today
to .witness t the annual football game
between the army and navy elevens.
President Wilsbn was v unable ;o at attend.
tend. attend. The odds ; averaged ten to
eight, with the West Point team the
favorite. : :
THOUGHT IT WAS A WTHALE
4 Miv Locis R. Robinson, kindly re remembered
membered remembered by the people of this city,
and now at Wichita, Kansas, sends
to his brother, Mr. M. E. Robinson of
this, city, the following clipping from
a Widnta. paper: ..
"To Billy Filson, thirteen years old,
who msides at 424 Wrest Ninth street,
belongs the honor of having, caught
the-largest catfish secured from the
Little Arkansas for several weeks.
Friday I evening Billy caught a cat catfish
fish catfish on a pole and line that weighed
fourteen pounds. Its head was about
six incites. wide." ;
Mr. !S.obinson sends this to show
.vhat a ; little bit the people of inter interior
ior interior Amritica know about big fish. A
.1 1-poun 1 cat would be nothing extra-
lordinarst m Florida. Mr. Robinson
' has been quite sick recently, but is
I letter nLw. He may come this way
'airain inja few months.
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T t DEBT uBBtDO'T
; We B.ll Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
Theie Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Will Bs Stamped With a Guarantee
o lie AlliWool.
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE S15 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
I Come on You Big; Fat Lien, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We CahFit You All. :
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28,
mm ciAi'tis TiiAT cuesfAn
Petrograd, Nov. 23. An. : official
statement this morning indicated that
the second German drive on Warsaw
has been ; :.:ashed. The Germans
have been driven b.ick 'from the
Szura river. The Russians, .have
reached Gombin, southeast of Plock.
ENTIRELY SURROUNDED A GER GERMAN
MAN GERMAN ARMY V
Petrograd, Nov. 28. A hundred
thousand Germans under General
Mockensen are surrounded in the
vicinity of Srzeziny and Styrkow,
battling furiously to escape annihila annihilation.
tion. annihilation. Machine guns and mitrailleuse
are mowing down the men.
HINDERBERG HASN'T DELIVER DELIVERED
ED DELIVERED THE GOODS
Before the 'disastrous battle of
Lodz, the kaiser. telegraphed to Gen;!1?.01 ?us;ne:;s mis vantcr. un
von Hinderbere: "Distins-uish vour-i
self; the eyes of the world are on
you." ; .' s
Hinderberg has failed to carry out
the behest. v
FORT KING UNDERSTANDS
THE. MEANING OF FRATERNITY
For the. last dozen years, it has
been the custom of Fort King Camp,
W. Oi W., to have a. banquet at each
annual installation of officers. These
banquets have always been looked
forward to, not so much for the
"eats" as for the e social gathering
andj the opportunity to estimate the
strength of the camp, which is the
biggest lodge in town.
But Fort King Camp will not have
a banquet this year. It is bigger
than ever, f and caru well afford "a
"spread," but it found a better use
for the money. '
At its meeting Friday ; night, the
camp, by unanimous vote, appro appropriated
priated appropriated the money necessary for ; a
banquet, and presented it to its con consul
sul consul commander Sovereign Fred Bur Bur-don,
don, Bur-don, whose home and furniture was
destroyed by fire, a few night ago.
Sovereign Burdon has gone pluckily
on, with iis work, and he and his fam
ily are not; suffering, but they will
be helped py this proof of fraternity,
and the camp has helped itself 'more
than it could do by a' dozen banquets.
Another : young chopper, Mr. O.
Curry, was welcomed into the forest,
and several applications were receiv received
ed received and voted on. Others are in sight.
Fort King continues to grow.
At the next meeting, Friday night,
Dec. 11, nominations will ; be made for
officers for next year. This is always
an interesting event, and all members
should be present. '
A delegation from the camp will
go to Fellowship tomorrow, to unveil
the monument to the 'departed sover sovereign,
eign, sovereign, C IL Beck.
SACRIFICE SALE OF POULTRY
' Sacrifice sale of poultry;. 100 head
to be sold at the fair grounds before
Monday noon. Nearly all varieties
included. ; FLYNN ELOOTT.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
ON PRICES WILL
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BIG RAILROAD PREPARING FOR
., AN- IMMENSE WINTER
, Waycross, Ga.., Nov. 28. The an announcement
nouncement announcement was made today that
none of the contemplated improve improvements
ments improvements of the Atlantic Coast Line
would .be abandoned on account of the
recent business depression. The read
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13 PreParm& nanaio an immense
faPeciai louris -wains win ce cropped.
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EI ANY NEW SUBMARINES WILL
BE READY IN TWELVE
.San Francisco, Nov. 23. Eight
submarines will be built here within
the ensuing year for the United
States navy. Within twelve months
the navy will have on duty twenty
additional: submarines with twenty
more building. The boats ; will' be
larger than any now used and have
a steaming radius of 1500 miles.
AEROPLANE FLIGHTS -'
; WERE APPRECIATED
Among the leading features of the
Marion-Sumter Fair just closed pos possibly
sibly possibly the most appreciated was the
aeroplane flights made each, after
noon. Each flight was made with-
( out a slip or mishap of any kind and
the aviator, Mr. Carl Kuhl of Orlan
do, made many friends during his
few days', stay, in our city. He has
been highly complimented on all
sides iupon the pretty ascensions he
made. Mr. Kuhl is a licensed avia aviator'
tor' aviator' and has credentials from the Am American
erican American Aero Club. He has associat associated
ed associated with him in his work. Mr.'. Charles
Baysdorfer of Omaha, Neb. They
have been making flights during the
summer at the resorts and fairs in
the north, while for the past two
months theyjiave been furnishing at attractions
tractions attractions for the fairs and other pub public
lic public meetings in the southern states.
Their next performance will be giv given
en given at the Orange County Fair which
begins December 9th. and lasts until
the 12th inclusive.
. Pennants and pillow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.
raoK ii! FfliA;;o
RANGE FROM 025 AND UP
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. Paris, Nov. 23. British rcinforco:
menti have been jjouring into Trance
for three day-. A steady line of trans transports
ports transports jits arriving at every harbor in
northern France. Although the ex exact
act exact ntmbcr is. unknown, it is bclisv bclisv-ed.
ed. bclisv-ed. the troops arriving will number
more than a million. This is believed
to presage the movement to push the
Germans out of Franc;'.
ALLIES ARE IN CONCERT
' The allies between Dixmude and
Ypres have been reinforced and ar?
pressing strongly "against .the Ger Germans
mans Germans in this r.ection of wpW. Fl-rifH-
ers. Over a hundred heavy- trunsibird3 rhich h:;d becn h3
have been ru.shed to the allies' frcrvt
in Belgium. j
It if; officially and emphatically de denied
nied denied here that there is no friction
between British and French generals
at any point. Circulators of such re reports
ports reports will be severely punished.
GERMANS RUNNING SHORT or
It was "officially announced at t!ircj
oclock this afternoon tht- in the
Chamjiaigne district the heavy
French guns are inflicting serious
damage on German ; artillery.
Ano ther German biplane and three
aviators were 1 brought down by the
Frencti artillerymen in Belgium. One
of the airmen was killed.
. There is no important change in
the general situation. Heavy German
artillery is showing less activity.
NEW PASSENGEN COACH ; t
' I ONvNINE jiAND' -TEN
Mr. H, O. IcArthuri division super superintendent
intendent superintendent of the A. C. L., was' in .the
city tcday. Oh his attention : being
called to the article in yesterday's
Star, about the dilapidated coach on
trains 9 and. 10, -he said he had or ordered
dered ordered the "car, taken off and replac replaced
ed replaced with a better one. He was not
aware of the condition of the coach
until lie entered it a few nights ago,
and at once ordered a change. -,
Mr. McArthur, like most big rail railroad
road railroad men, is a competent and genial
gentleman, and does the best he can
for the patrons of the road with the
means at his disposal. '-When the
public suffers, it is mostly from
causes beyond his control.
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala Jlouse? You'll never know
how goot it is till you do so. 23-tt
Seyeateen pounds of sugar for SI
with cash purchase of $1 vorth of
other groceries, 'Saturday and O.Ion O.Ion-day
day O.Ion-day only. Smith Grocery Co. 3t.
I im I
business mens class
; .'had' a sple:did iianquitt
At tho minted ho.:r I:.:",t evenir; evenir;-the
the evenir;-the r.cnl:u cf the business :r.in.v
church, v. ith a ,fevv cf t!::;r iricisin
tcbla prepared, for them in; thz lec lecture
ture lecture rcon cf the church Luildir:.
The v.-cU prepared menu of the cz cz--
- cz-- oin tj3 YfOrfc c lr. I.r i.'
1 1 .. A 1 .1 1 1 .. .
mcmccrs oi uie c:ac?, u.zrs cn
the bill of fare rr.tr.hod
r rt, rt ?. tf -r
'After tl.2 cupper hc-1 I ;:i C. e
of -.Mr... -..Marion .IS,', Little, t: iclicr. of
the el-.- r,r.d actinr tcetr.:r.t:r. c
the ocX on, cxllwd -UTcii" c v c .iinx
nence ; meeting :
ing the hour, and r.r.r.y
'of :the '.'benefits ?b
ed from ( the conrtant ccniin;; i:
oi ine cic
Dr. Grose,- pa e tor cf t!.e
speeches during the eve
vhich vere received v.!
apxreciation that has attend:! : U L.
meetings since comin;; to cur i
llr. Little called attention i j V :
remarkable fact that cT th' r.i; : ;
than fifty men present ret c:? r; fir -cd
to ray a word of tr. ecu .:it
for the class when the "ge-c c f t!;11
order" vas Under di::e;:. lea.
The dinner last evening v,
ranged by Mr. D. V. Tcmp!.i;..-, rre
identof the class, an l "his two abl
ac eistants, rTes.!. L. V7. Duval ar.l
J. P. Phillips. The cueec.'j cf t!a
occasion has caueed tha'cla' i to elect
them to serve for life in the capacity
of "coir.v.ittce on catc."
The claeo which is less thnn a year
old no v. has an cnrollr.icnt of, Y,
and with each, member acting a a r.
committee cf cne to t ecu re r.j : .er.-i-
the .proposed 10 in a j!;ert vhile.
"Last evening's eocial eeer-icn is tL
second cr.a since the claei organisa organisation,
tion, organisation, and it is new prcpoeed to .nH
aether to celebrate the 1C0 rrr: -.l.:r-
n as it is attaint L
new i:e3idi:::ce foi:
Seven room heurre, never ceeu
modem conveniences; near S. A. I
depot. Apply at Star c.V.ce. '23-tf
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1914
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The People of Three Counties Have Been So Taken Up With The Great Marion-Sumter County Fair
They Have Not; All Been Able to Take Advantage of Our Great Anniversary Sab, So Ve Eave Dee'derj to Con Continue
tinue Continue the Sale for Fifteen Days Longer, or I;
i -DECEMBER. 15th.
Our big store is filled with Bargains For You. New and Seasonable goods that air, mark
that you have-inever before seen equaled. Our goods must be just as-represented or. your moiv.
without a question.
OUR POPULAR SOAP S
. F i
Till 1 '' V 71
Will Be Every Day Now Till the Close of the Sale. Every Person Buying One Dollar or r.Icr
dise May Get Five Bars of Octagon Soap for 10 cents, Any Day of the Sale.
Come in and See the Bargains We are Offering.
Look for the Announcement Next Week.
H I cFl 71X5
NEXT TO ; McIVER : & : MMM
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BELIEVE THEY HAVE
s CONVERGED EMPEKOR BILL
IPreyailing Opinion Among lussel lussel-men
men lussel-men that Germans are Becoming
followers of the Prophet
Xondon, Nov. 28. Kaiser William
has turned Mohammedan and says
his prayers with his face turned to to-ward
ward to-ward Mecca every morning and even eveningthis
ingthis eveningthis is implicitly believed by the
Turkish soldiers now fighting for tho
Teutonic cause. They also know
for their leaders have told them so
that the Germans are joining the
faith of the prophet at the rate of
10,000 a day. The Crescent is to fly
in every great capital at last!
, These stories, absurdities to the
Occident, are not hard for the Turks
to stomach. They have, always be
lieved that Mohammedanism would
cover the earth with a much more
implicit faith than, ninety per cent,
of Christians believe Christ's teach
ings will some day be everywhere
triumphant. They themselves are
fierce warrior proselytes whom the
Arabs converted, and who then out outdid
did outdid the countrymen of Mohammed in
tattling 'for the Crescent; so it is
easy for them to be -convinced tho
warlike Germans are, "going through
the same process as did the Otto Ottomans
mans Ottomans several centuries ago.
There is just a grain of truth in
this Mohammedanization of' Ger Germany,
many, Germany, too. Of the tens of thousands
of German schoolteachers, engineers,
soldiers and business men who have
come to Turkey in the last ten years,
lanre numbers have learned the Tur
kish language and learned it with
-Xnd a great many have espoused
the faith of the Prophet, evenN men
who came as missionaries are among
this number. i
There may be hypocrites, but most
of these converts are sincere. Their
addition to the hordes of Mohammed
have been made the basis for the
most atsurd statements in .the
speeches of fanatic priests. Accord According:
ing: According: to refugees arriving here from
Turkish towns young softas, or cler clergymen,
gymen, clergymen, are gathering about them fa fanatical
natical fanatical multitudes and addressing
them somewhat as follows: A-
Sons of the noble conquerors of
the ancient Eastern Empire de descendants
scendants descendants of Sultansr Selim and Su Suleiman!
leiman! Suleiman! I preach you a message
from the only living incarnate Vekil Vekil-nHah
nHah Vekil-nHah (God's representative,) Sheik-"xil-Islam
(supreme head of the Mo Mohammedan
hammedan Mohammedan church.)
"Bold and faithful followers! I
bring you glad tidings; for four
months our noble religion has aug
mented its children at the rate of
10,000 daily. Are they our ungrate ungrateful
ful ungrateful Armenians ? : No. They never
'will see the blessed light. Are they
our sly Greeks, who now become Mo Moslems?
slems? Moslems? Again, I say no! Is it Rus Russian,
sian, Russian, French, English or Italian?
No, No, a thousand 'times no! Ala Ala-manlar,
manlar, Ala-manlar, Alamanlar! (Germans, Ger Germans.)
mans.) Germans.) They are the great and no
ble nation that has seen the true
light!. They have drawn the sword sword-yea,
yea, sword-yea, that great nation that knows
how to use the sword in the name of
Allah!: ; :; a."' :::A.
''The newly converted warrior of
all Europe, the mighty Chezar, Wil Wil-nelm
nelm Wil-nelm the Second, has also become a
holy Moslem convert!" A
It is not hard to understand that
after such eneeches as these there is
wild enthusiasm for the war among
the unthinking and uninformed and
wild hatred of the Christians. In
many places there have been mas massacres
sacres massacres of Christians -Oriental, not
European Christians. In one place, I
learn, about seventy-five were mur
dered. Mavrinite priest, (member of
a Roman Catholic order) was cap captured
tured captured by a mob and stabbed to death
when he steadfastly refused to re repeat
peat repeat the Moslem creed.
Of the ten thousand Germans who
speak Turkish, many are now in the
ranks of the Mohammedan ''clergy. I
All other chocolates seem
just ordinary after you once
try Cr They are just
as pure and wholesome as they
are delicious. We secured the
agency for the Huyler line
knowing there is nothing finer,
and because we know too that
people will unconsciously
judge the value of our stock
by the individual, lines we
carry. We will be glad to
have you judge this confec confectionery
tionery confectionery as soon as convenient.
In packages from ioc. up.
To W. TBWS1LEB
learn from; an authoritive;. source
that a German named Muller, who
came to Turkey as a Lutheran mis missionary
sionary missionary and was converted to Mo Mohammedanism,
hammedanism, Mohammedanism, led a fanatical Mo Moslem
slem Moslem mob to a Roman Catholic church
and would have had the prelate hung
but for the timely interference of a
Moslem clergyman, j ;
Some tme ago the German instruc instructors
tors instructors of the army of Aleppo issued
a general order commanding the
Christian population of j the province
to surrender 1 all the firearms. The -Christian
officers of this military
committee (Turks) refused to com comply
ply comply with the order of the Prussian
officers or instructors on the ground
that they had sworn allegiance to up uphold
hold uphold the Ottoman constitution and
that this was unconstitutional. Five
of these officers, Armenians, Greeks
and Syrians, were found guilty of
high treason and put to death forth forthwith.
with. forthwith. The next day an Arab-Syrian
regiment attacked the headquarters
of the Aleppo Army Division Staff
and captured and executed nine Ger Germans
mans Germans and six Turkish officers. Six
davs after this, nine resriments ol
Anatolian troops surrounded the bar barracks
racks barracks of the Arab regiment and a
few hours later every Arab soldier
was dead. The Anatolians believed
they were destroying a rebellious
Christian regiment and when they
learned the truth there was a fray
among the officers and five German
instructors were killed..
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE ;
OP TRAIXS AT OCALA
BEST COUGH 3IEDICINE FOR
Three years ago (when I was liv
ing in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread
fully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased .a frottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bene benefited
fited benefited !him at once. I find It -the best
cough medicine for children because
it is 'pleasant to take. They do not
6bject taking it' writes AMrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
Temedy contains no opium, and may
be -given a child as confidently as to
an adult. Sold by all dealers. ad-
Ejected From His Post
A Mr. Sung Chen Tion of Chluchow
was three years ago ejected. from his
post as teacher in a government
school, because, as a Christian, he re refused
fused refused to bow before the temple of,
Confucius. Since the revolution ho
las become superintendent of all the
government educational institutions
3f the provincfi
. Atlantic Coast Line
1 iSo. 9, Jacksonville to LeesbuTg
9:05 p. m.
INo. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
6:05 a. m.
IXo. '37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg C: 05 a. m.
iXo. 3 8 St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:05 a. m.
?Co. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2: 40 p.An. J t
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:14 p. to.
iNo. 140, Ocala to iPalatka 'G: 10 p
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:50
a. m. K :
No. 48, Ocala to Homosxssa
Leaves, 2 : 0:2 ip. m.
(No. 49, Homosassa to "Ocala Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. m.
, iNo. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake Lake-Jand
Jand Lake-Jand 6:40 a. on., Tuesday, Thursday
ESTo. -32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala '9:50 p. m.,- Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
.No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and 'Friday.
. JNo. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air Lino
No. (1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a. m.
. iNo. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa lAr lAr-rive;
rive; lAr-rive; 1:10 p. m:; leave, 1:25.
INo. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
2:33 p. on.
iNo. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
iNo. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar
rive 1:12 p. m.; leave lr30 p. m.f
(No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m.
Ocala Northern j
iNo. 71-Arrives from Palatka,
(No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 m., daily except Thursday.
iNo. 7 2 Thursday, leaves Ocala
for Palatka at 5 p. m.
Commercial Bank Block, on
rir.nolla Ctrc?t, Wcct.
"7T" All noYT in buclncc3 for viyzzlt. Co-.IiiClia:; c IHAi c:
tall bar anl ::::.I1 'Ortlcr ZIovlzo. I czn Av- ; I :
ta, and as much as any one clco in. business for yoi: r -n. c rcy.
teen years in the 'business -his. taught me r,:;r.t pullto
and I am supplying that v,ant. f
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in Jujs
at per gallon . O
iGood'.Old':- AO Proof-. Rye,
Ccrr. cr Gin, In jazz
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at r:r
0 I I
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f J ilake my placo your headquarters -vhilo In A -3 c.tjv
' Trclcome and bo treated right at all- times ca cvc;y
'. ticn at "Joimny'o PIr.ce."
Tho FIXD3T BEHR you ever drank, and ALL KIND3 ;', ft
s tics and on draft.
How Warm Is Fairly Warm?
A life preserver of European inven invention
tion invention for sea-going vessels is intended
to keep a person fairly warm and dry
for several days.
Life is. thick eottu with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them Quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell on our misfortunes, tn
greater is their power to harm us.
Rely en Electricity.
A lithographing concern uses an
electric dough mixer for mixing Ink.
And a banking house uses an electric
flatiron to press out water soaked
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Ancf, When Money Talks?
Sound VaveIs at tne rato
yards per second. Exceptions to this
rule: Scandal, 1,000 yards; flattery,
500 yards;'; truth, 2 & yards; alarm
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices 'obtain at the new dining
room of the Ocala House. 2D-tf
PaHfiTi' fnwhion 1t. -!rr
tier ses have tal.'r.
tinting their ccruplc:-
hues of their drcr::.;.
help wondering Lov th;
plaid dress is goin j t? i
gency. Younirstown Tc!:raLi
Offlce supplies, all kinds, at
Murray Company, 2C-3t
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in value in other states, and populations become
intensified, there will be a movement toward
Every tenant in Florida, therefore, should be-
come a landowner as soon as possible.
" Every tenant should make a conservative in investment
vestment investment in real estate.
Happy is the country which has many landown landowners,
ers, landowners, however small the individual holdings be.
Make a reasonable beginning and then increase
your holdings with the increment of your first
purchase and an intelligent expenditure of your
savings.);"-; 7yy.v ,7,-.,7. ;
A conservative investment and hard work will
bring a man a fair return.
nouns n. cmasail a sms co.
. HEAL ESTATE
Postoffice Box 473,
; Ocala, Fla.
: yy yilllL i (mi tl
rystal 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
lilt I il At
Crystal River, Fla.
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Poem of not more than forty lines written on
"THE OLD FASHION GARDEN"
Carrying out the idea of back to the garden as a
means of reducing the high cost of living.
To anyone writing on the aoove 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 Height-. Remember, I am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the purchasers of these lots. This contest will end Decem Decem-berls,
berls, Decem-berls, 1914. Judges will be named later.
STEINWAY AND CHICKERING
Player Pianos and Victor-Victrolas
"FROM FACTORY TO HOME"
A. M. LANSFORD
Fhone 14 Ocala, Fla. :
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale, Co only and City Depository
J A M ES A U ST IN MORTLAN D
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P Ocala, Florida
SHOOTING A DEER.
fTh Tropicaf Poisoned Arrow Sent
Him to Sleep and Death.
Hunting uitb poison, as practiced by
the natives of Brazil and other tropi tropica
ca tropica American countries. Is thus de described
scribed described In a communication to the Na National
tional National Geographic society.-at Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, by Dewey Austin Cobb:
"In hunting, the arrows, which are
dipped in poison, consist of a 'point of
wood or bone, not more than an Inch
Ions and the size of a toothpick, to
which Is attached a little tuft or hairy
fiber of the silk cotton tree. Tbe gun
U a straight bamboo tube from Cve
fc six feet long, with a sight at one
end and a funnel shaped expansion to
fit the mouth at the other. The prin principle
ciple principle is precisely the same as the
schoolboy's tube, for blowing putty
bails, and the accuracy of the natives
Mr. Cobb gives the following descrlp
Hon of the shooting of a deer:
A good sized buck ; walked out of
the corn and stopped, exposing to us
Its full broadside as we lay some
thirty feet away. Our hunter fired
The animal gave a slight start as he
felt the prick of the-arrow cn his
fiank and turned partly around, sniff sniffing
ing sniffing the air for a scent and looking
oround as if searching for. the insect
that, bad bitten him. Detecting noth nothing,
ing, nothing, he stood still and unalarmed. At
the end of a minute or so his head
dropped a little, as If be was sleepy.
Ths hunter stepped out In plain sight
Th3t.deer looked at him and moved
forward, not away from him, a few
steps Qnd stopped. Do showed no
fear, but simply curiosity.
. "My companion and I rose, andthe
three of ns walked quietly within
reach of him. He made no movement
to hid away; but watched us Intently
end shifted his position a little. His
movements seemed perfectly easy and
natural. Absence of fear seemed the
only observable change until at the
end of three minutes or-more: then he
lay down, not falling, but as natnrally
as a cow or sheep when ready for
6leep. His breathing seemed easy and
natural. At the end of ten minutes,
though be opened his eyes when touch
ed. his breath became shorter and
slower Eighteen minutes after be was
struck by the arrow he was dead."
Why Church Belts Sound Louder on
Some Days Than on Others.
Every one has noticed that on certain
days church bells are heard much bet better
ter better than on others and sometimes are
not beard at ail on other days. The
same distance Intervenes between the
church aud the person's residence, the
same Intensity is used to strike the
bell, the same visible obstacles are be between
tween between the two at one time-as at an
Then why does the Intensity of the
peal vary"; It has been found that
there are w;hat is known as- "acoustic
clouds" in the air. They cannot be
seen, bnt they may be detected artifi artificially.
cially. artificially. They have the property of re reflecting
flecting reflecting sound just as a brick wall has.
So if a thick one of these so called
"clouds" intervenes between the church
bell and the observer most of the sound
Is '''reflected bark to the bell, and very
little gets through. The acoustic clouds
consist simply f a large quantity of
water vapor in tbe air. and water va
por itself is invisible. So 'we tire able
to see throimti something that we -an
uot'heati through.: generally, of 'v-oiirxe
It ts the other. wa 5 round We -ai
hear through u jii-e iot Mark paper
but we ran not see through it.
Now. if these aronstir riouds are dls
posed in a certain manner It is psihu psihu-that
that psihu-that they will retleet the sound into
region where the hell's tone is.ordina
rily. hot heard at all save when the
rlmtffl are present and deposed In the
proper manner -Chicago HeraKt.
Still Observe Druid Festival.
The old midsummer tire festlvalol
dniKlicai origin is-stih celebrated on
the continent, hut there is probably
only one sjmit tn reat Britain where it
ts still observed, and that is Tarhoiton
Hi A rshire. I- oi days before the fS
tiya'i the village tads col lect materials
toi tne trrear in,iihre. The fuel is built
upon an altar of turf, and a match is
applied at sunset after which the folk
soieiuni niiiivii around the Maze, and
th-daring yoiinstei-s vte with one an (
other.-in. dashing through the fiames -Loudwn
lHes my 5 practicing make you nerv nerv-ons:
ons: nerv-ons: asked ..the. man who is learning
to play the cornet.
i "It did when i first heard the neigh neighbors
bors neighbors discussing' it." replied the sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic person. "But now I'm getting
so 1 dont are what happens to yon.
JIULP A AVORTII Y CAUSE
You can do so by s-abscVibln to
the work of the Boys' Club. The
boys are anxious tp enlarge the
scope of the work and are much in
need of funds'-to secure a place of
meeting. Funds are being solicited
to rent a, room and also to furnish
same. In this column v.-ill appear
from day to day the names of those
contributing and the amount contri contributed.
buted. contributed. -All monies should be paid
to the club treasurer, -Master Vellie
Meffert. See Charles Duval, presi president,
dent, president, or TL B. Bowers; Vadviser, fpr
particulars and to give subscriptions.
Glen's Class of Religious Investi Investigation,
gation, Investigation, $1.50 a month.
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What it Means to Most Men
There are many true heroes that
have perished in the European war
who never smelled powder' but
who succumbed to sickness after hard
campaigning coupled with bad wa water
ter water and lack of food. The sick and
debilitated man is as much out of
place in his struggle for life and ex existence
istence existence as -he .would 'be on-the firing
line. On the other hand the strong
vigorous man, his veins filled with
rich, red blood, has an, enormous ad advantage
vantage advantage in whatever he .may be fated
to occupy, in war or business.
The prompt and certain action of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery in driving all harmful germs and
impurities from the blood, sets in mo motion
tion motion the repair process which works
actively on the diseased membrane
where Catarrh flourishes unchecked
or where the skin gives warning cf
the bad blood beneath by showing
pimples and boils, also the skin clears
up and becomes wholesome and .rui .rui-dy.
dy. .rui-dy. Thus by. building up a new and per perfect
fect perfect covering and carrying out of tho
system the Catarrh infested matter
by way of the blood, liver and kid kidneys,
neys, kidneys, Catarrh is overcome and per permanently
manently permanently conquered.
There is not a drop of alcohol or
any narcotic in Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, but in this safe
vegetable remedy there is a mighty
alterative power vhich by replacing
the blood impurities with pure rich
blood, hot only ends Catarrhal condi conditions
tions conditions whereever located, but vitalizes
the kidneys, stomach, liver, bowels
and every organ of the body. Peo People
ple People who suffer humiliation and men mental
tal mental misery because of pimples, skin
rash, blotches, eruptions,, boils, car carbuncles,
buncles, carbuncles, are especally Benefited. It is
not a secret remedy for its ingredi ingredients
ents ingredients are printed on every wrapperl
Send for free book on the blool to
Dr. Pierce, Invalid's Hotel, Buffalo,
N. Y. Adv 9.
, Hot drinks or all. kinds at the
Court Pharmacy. 2-6i
lost Found, Wanted, For Sole
For Rant and Similar local floods
FOR RENT Eight room cottage.
Just hack of residence of Qlrs. L.
.Home on Oklawaha avenue. L;
N. Green, Ocala. ll-23-6t .:
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FOR SALE Sawed ceJar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
by young married couple. (Must
be close in and in desirable neigh
borhood. Address care Star, dh
FOR .RENT Single rooms, -dcmhle
rooms and rooms for light house
keeping. Mrs. Perry, 19 (Herbert
POSITION WANTED A competent
young -man want3 a position as
bookkeeper or office man; fine ac
countant, steady and settled, but
not a typewriter or ste-nographer.
(Address Star office. 25-tf
Preparing For the Fray.
"I'm going to make a speech that
will make my friends sit np."
-You're on the wrong track.' replied
the experienced campaigner. "See If
you can't make one that will cause the
other fellows to lie down. Washing Washington
ton Washington Star. '"','-;7:
Nail Hole In Wood.
Old nail boles In wood may be filled
op by mixing sawdust with glue till It
Is the consistency of stiff pasta Press
this compound Into the holes, and it
will become as hard as the wood Itself.
Early Impressions are not easily eras erased.
ed. erased. Tbe virgin wax ts faithful to the
sifmet. and subsequent Impressions
seem rather to tndent the former ones
than to eradicate tuem.
Advertise in the Star.
(MONEY TO 'LOAN -Money to lend
in amounts! from $100 to $10,000,
on improved and unimproved city
property and farm lands. Inter Interest
est Interest 6 straight. Interest passa passable
ble passable annually or semi-annually.
Time, one to ten years. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants for loans will please detail detailed
ed detailed description of property offered
as security for loan. We want
county representatives to receive
applications for loans, appraise
property, and serve as our exclus exclusive
ive exclusive 'representative in states of
Florida, Georgia, North and South
Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi,
Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee and Louisiana. Attorney or
real estate man preferred. Give
.two references. Write or wire
' Southern Office, Southeastern
.Mortgage Loan Association, Fourth
National Bank Building, Atlanta,
Ga. 11-2 6-3 1
LAKE -HOUSE FOR RENT A new,
modern, 5 -room cottage, 'bath,
screens, etc., completely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; close -to Lake Weir, adjoining
orange grove of Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
f lU. Rev. Abbott Chnrles, Prcs,
"Rev. Fatlie ; Benedict' :3bf j
Five Milea West cr Dado City Ozo r.IIIo ::?.ct c
Boarding School for Boys Cliarlcred Ji:n ?.
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D. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPi:::::
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT. THE COLLEGE
I FALL TERM OPEt'S WEDNESDAY, SEPT.1G, 1
' SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORID,
bMoice.; 'of. 5 .Tssmr-lnl-. -Tlt'."'
Bixnz .fyeu" -Dixie 'LnuTED". i::ii:;oL : LI
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LBHTED "MOiTrGOJIEKr nOUJ;r
, Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Loui-.ii:.-
j intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBSEItVATION CAT! 3
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE COUTH
A W- FRITOT, D. P. A., J. rr. KIRKLAND, D. P. A
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.' Hillsboro Hotel, Tamp- Fia
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Large'. Loads 'for' Your M.oney.
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WANTED A flat top ofSce desk and i
chair. Phone 448. 28-Ct.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBIHl 23, 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER t CAUROLL, PROPRIETORS
ll. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Ieavengoodt Business 3Ianager
' J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.; postoffice as second class matter.
working political clubs in all cities
and counties would greatly purify
politics. The trouble is that a club
generally falls into the hands of a
few politicians, who use the weight
of the membership to turn the scale
for their own y purposes. Such has
been the history of American polit
Bv 17 years of-successful exnerience we have demonstrate ; 011:
protect, help, and make convenient all the busine. tranLctio::.;
through the bank, and our present high standing is pc. itive prc:;f of a
ulated method of extending a safe banking servic e
ical clubs froni Tammany down. If
they were steadily supported and at
tended by their members, they would
be of great advantage.
One year, in advance. . .V. $5.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. .1.25
One month, in advance. . .". .50
ALACHUA AND MARION
ARE NATURAL ALLIES
The Star is much gratified by the
recent display of good feeling be between
tween between Alachua and Marion counties;
and its gratification is added to by
the consciousness that it had some some-:
: some-: thing to do with bringing it about.
V ; Up to a short time ago, there was
a. good deal of rivalry between the
t'o counties and their county, seats,
and the rivalry was not always of
the goodnatured kind. The Star
;Jbopes that in future Alachua and
Marion, Gainesville and Ocala, will
strive to see which can help the other
, A good start has been made in the
'iwo splendid "county fairs held in
Gainesville and' Ocala. A crreat manv
it our people visited the Alachua
iiair, saw much to praise and received
a most hearty welcome. In return,
many Alachua people have visited
the Marion-Sumter Fair and Ocala,
.and our people were truly glad to see
The Star has received much testi testimony
mony testimony rom Alachua county people
that it had not a little to do with this
gratifying exchange of visits. As
soon as it learned that Alachua was
going to have a fair, it began to
?ounsel the people of Marion to go
and see what their neighbors had to
T I J J
w jv nuiziuer ox uiem respunueu,
and when a representative of the
Star visited the Alachua fair, he re
ceived th'3 most neighborly welcome
.ever extended to him in any town.
2jh1 whL'.e he has always known
..Alachua was a' good county, full of
j good people, he has never realized it
. .i;o well before; and his experience in
m t - 1 '' A t : il If J !i
jrus was smirea Dy an tne lviarionues
7ho vis!.ted Gainesville on the same
-occasion. ,: 7. ; : I
!The ieturn visit of Alachua peo people
ple people to cur fair has been a most pleas-
- ant experience for xmr folks. The
ralsatorsr : agreeably ; and brilliantly
dpresisnted- their great county; they
lsrcri Tmost cordial in their greeting
:::3nd generous in their praise of our
;alr and our city. The day could
itinl .lave been a success- without
.vZIsuei, :ard our people saw its close
saxfl t2ieir departure with a regret
was only ", mitigated by the be
lief that they will often return.
Alachua and Marion are logical si
Hi :se. They are in natural resources
tie two greatest counties m Florida;
Heir products are almost similar and
their interests are identical. There
:f bat f little that can help or hirt
cither without affecting the other.
'It they stand by each other, they
can help each other jrreatly in all
1TXh3. Xn instance cf 1 this is the re-
;:oit Palatka, Gainesville and Ocala
tnun, in working for wiich the boards
of: trade of Ocala and Gainesville co-
Theris is particular reason why
. tl ey should stand by each othir in
tfie matter of freight rates, in which
f Jieir,. interests are identical. Both
sire greatly wronged by the present
discrimination, and each is alone' in
the struggle to have ;he wrong right right-h
h right-h If they pull together, they will
'ntorf! than ''double thiir force.-
, The: Star 13 proud of Gainesville,
.?3r neighbor city,'1 the center ) of the
Piatt's educational system arid the
iqmo of a noble people. It ; hopes
Hint the friendship that has blossom blossomed
ed blossomed ir to realization in the last few
ureehs may continue x grow ar.d bear
r.ion and more fruit as the ye ars go
Clmrity is like muscle it is de developed
veloped developed by exercise. Sending Christ Christ-Ticas
Ticas Christ-Ticas presents to the children of Eu Eu-xtpe
xtpe Eu-xtpe and provisions to the Belgians
?H1 not cause our own to be r.eglect r.eglect-ed'
ed' r.eglect-ed' It will1 rather make our people
:moTe mindful that the stockings and
sstomachs of all America shall be
lilled. It is time the t charity should
bejrin at home, but its faculties can
be greatly broadened by travel.
Our readers should be thankful that
-the Star has not inflicted upon them
tiny 1 of the customary guff, telling
tlitrm what they have to be thankful
for. If people are industrious, tem tem-jpsrate
jpsrate tem-jpsrate and economical, they will, as
st -rule be in good shiipe almost ev every
ery every Thsjiksgiving day, and they will
tnrre nobody to be thsnkful to but
gLemselves. If they aie unfortunate,
One year- in advance. ...... $8.00
Six months, in advance. . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One' month, in advance. . . .80
they generally have in most places
in America, reason to be thankful to
their friends. If they have prospered
thru cheating other people they are
hypocrites if they are thankful at all,
and if they are idle and disappointed
they should have nothing to be thank thankful
ful thankful for If the so called thanksgiv thanksgiving
ing thanksgiving spirit was more spread out over
the days proceeding and following
the event, the people would be bet
ter off. V
SHOULD' have his ;
; PLACE IN THE SUN
The Wilmington v Star and the
Times-Union have had a little discus
sion over the position Britain and
France will take toward Russia after
the war is over presuming, of
course, that the allies win. They
seem to think that Russia will grab
Constantinople, threaten the Suez
canal and the control of the Medit-
British and French will have no
trouble with the Russian if they treat
him right. If he can take Constan
tinople, he should have it, and if he
takes it Ee will not .want any more
of the Suez canal' arid the Mediter
ranean than the American does
that is, he will want safe and unob
structed passage for his ,ships. It
will ho. hia rirrhf. r finVA fhnf nnr!
it will be to the interest of civiliza-PveJe
tion for him to have it.
- The Russian is not any more barr
hamus "tnHftv than the FnMishm
w w w,w t -h
had the chances for development the
Englishman has had, he would proba-
enlightenment. ; ; :
The reason why the United States
has developed so ranidlv is that it
had a rnntinftnt :-tn snrpnrf in. nn
son .why:'the Russian is so backward
is that all his neighbors, and some in)
the distance, among whom : Britain
has been most prominent have striv-
en to keep him hemmed in. I
If Britain had allowed the Rus-1
sians to take Constantinople in 1878, 1
the British wouldn't be fighting for I
the Jife of their country against the I
uermans and lurks today. : I
America has particular reason to
advocate the development of the I
great Russian nation, whose Asiatic
land almost touches our own across
Bering straits. If Russia wins in this
war, and we re-establish our tradi-
tional friendship with the Russians,
we won't need to worry about the
Japanese and Chinese. And Con-
stantinople will be worth more to civ-
ilizati(?n in the hands of the Russian
than it has ever been since ancient
Byzantium was "founded.
If the Russian had his rights
that is, if he had unobstructed access!
to ice-free ports he would be so
busy developing his country that he
wouldn't try to crowd out or' under-
mine anybody else. The Russian has
s, right to his place in the sun.'
"Dixie," the biggest and liveliest
political weekly in the state is ver
years old. It is a fine paper, and
the Star is glad to see it show3
proof of prosperity. V A
Sir? nrahnm tliA omneteht and
popular editor of the Sumter County
Times, was among the Thanksgiving
vicitnT- tr -fniT. ..
F. N. Andrews, late treasurer of
Bradford countv. whose case has at-
tracted state-wide attention for. sev-
eral weeks, and who has been sought
far and wide, is now a prisoner in
the county jail at Starke, having re-
turned and surrendered Saturday
evening. He skipped his bond a few
weeks ago; and went to Cuba. 'CVhile
there, his conscience began to trouble
him for leaving his bondsmen in the
lurch, and he returned home. He is
said to be short $45,000, but claims
the amount is much less. V
The Star obijerves by the Jackson-
ville papers that the Duval County
Democratic Club is on the blink.
Having a membership of 800, it could
only muster twenty-five present at its
last meeting. Democratic clubs have
never been able to exist in the south
except in the ardor of campaign.
Nobody but a. professional politician
will work at politics the year thru. It
is more than 'likely that good, hard-
' FEEL ENCOURAGED
The Marion-Sumter Fair for 1911
is over, and air should feel encourag encouraged
ed encouraged at the result.
It is not likely that the fair man management
agement management made any money. If it broke
even, that is the best that could be
expected. The reason for encourage encouragement
ment encouragement is that we had the fair, and it
was such a good one.
This has been the worst year the
people of JMaribn have had since the
disastrous freeze of almost twenty
years ago. They have had more to
contend with at home' and' s from
abroad. : That in spite of all their set setbacks
backs setbacks they" had a 'fair, with a good
list of exhibits and a good-sized at attendance
tendance attendance ; is a high tribute to their
enterprise and indomitable spirit, 'and
a 'promise that the mercury in the
business thermometer 4 shall not again
;fal''so f ar. :.': "uV'j
Political 5 conditions have all the
year been of a variety sufficient to
make; all business timid. Beginning
with last spring, there has been a
series of unfavorable seasons; The
war in Europe has been severely felt
by our people. Y To thousands of our
farmers, a dollar has looked as big as
the moon and further off. Some peo people,
ple, people, with bad judgment, have fought
the fair, harming it some and them
selves a great deal. At almost the
last day, came a severe cold spell,
making it imperatively necessary for
hundreds of farmers, to stay at home
to save their syrup.
In spite of it all we have had a
good fair. The exhibits were not as
many nor the crowds as large as they
iasi; eaT' everyxning we
uau; was.;very,-gwu uiiu au.wuu w-
tended had a good time. We will now
take, more heart and go fonvard.
Next; year, times will be better, we
U nave a bigger fair and more peo-
P? present, ix we naa oroKen aown
"sconunuea ior ears; pernaps icr
au e, ana tnat wouia nave oeen a
severe Loaciv, xor our two counues.
roiiOWing IS a list OI tne premiums
arm products Department A
Best collective exhibit produced on
one farm, Mrs. ,W. P. Edwards. :
Second best collective -exhibit pro
duced on one farm, Peter, Loos, Ken-
Best bale beggarweed hay, J. LL
Second best bale beggarweed hay,
J. H. Taylor.
Best bale peavine hay, J. M. Mef-
Best bale crabgrass hay, C. Beville,
Second best bale crabgrass hay, J.
M. Fennel, Kendrick.
" Best bale oat straw, J. M. Meffert.
1 Best bale natal grass, C. J. Barrett,
Crystal Springs. ;
Best exhibit Rhodes grass, C. J.
Barrett, Crystal prings.
Second best exhibit Rhodes, irrass.
I J. R. Wilkinson, Wildwood.
est sample oat hay, J. H. Taylor.
Best bale hay on exhibit,. J. M.
(Fennel, Kendrick. ; :
Second best brde hay on exhibit, C
Best dozen bundles oats, J. M. Fen-
Second best bundle oats, W. M.
Best bundle cured sorghum, Mrs.
W. P. Edwarcs.
Besf; collective exhibit hay and for-
age from one farm, J. M. Fennel,
Kendrick. Second, best exhibiV J. SL
Befjt half bushel rye, R. W. Doug-
I ass Shady.
I JteSt naiX
bushel riist proof seed
oats, M. E. Phillips, Kendrick.
; Best hall busnei ninety day oat3,
J. M. Fennel, Kendrick. Second best
exhibit, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh:
Bost hair bushel sorghum seed, H.
Best halt bushel rougti rice, 1. L.
Fausett. Second best, Mrs. J. S. La-
Best hat! bushel peanuts, J. LI.
Fennel, KendricK; secona nest, jiar-
Best hair btfshel velvet oeans, w.
M. Gist. Second best, Marion i?arm3.
Best half bushel chufas, H.D,
Hunt, Bushnell. Second best. Mar-
Best halt bushel goobers, Mrs. W.
P. Edwards. Second best, ; Eu ; A.
Fausett. ; V V T
Best half bushel peas, Marion
Farms. Sscond best, D. H. Baker,
Best -collective 'exhibit grain, ''seed!,
etc., Mrs. W. P. Edwards,
Best display dairy products and
utensils, -.Millwood Farm Co., Reddick.
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Best bushel Providence sweet T
totaes, George Hueto, Eudinelh. Sec Second
ond Second best, J. A. Hamilton, Anthony:
Best bushel Porto. Rico yams, "V.
M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best bushel Lemon Bay svrect po
tatoes, Ridge & Gale, illeview. Sec Second
ond Second best, W. M: Will -is.
Best bushel red Iri.i potatoes, C. 1
Timmons. Second-best, J. R. cz 11. C.
Best bushel white Irirh pctntoes,
S. M. Niblock, Dunncllon.' C :cond
best,' Fred Richter, Burfcanl:1. '
' Best half dozen cabbage, B. E.
, Best half dozen pumpkins, T. E.
Duren, Bushnell. Second best, W.,M.
Gist, Mcintosh. '. x
Best half dozon kcrshaws, V. I,-.
. Best half dozen squashes, TJdge &
Gale, Belleview. Second best, W. M.
Gist, Mcintosh. ,
Best exhibit rutabaga turnips, Ma Marion
rion Marion Farms.
Best exhibit turnips, II. 7. Lon,
Marte,l. Second best, Hubert Brook?.
,. Brest exhibit of eggplants, Jam: .3
Best exhibit of peppers, C. J. Wccd Wccd-afd,
afd, Wccd-afd, Bushnell.
Best ; exhibit okra, J, L. Par!:er,
Kendrick. ; '
Best exhibit beets, J. YrT. Naytcr.
Best exhibit lettuce, J. J. Taylor.
- Second best" exhibit lettuce, 1 1 mien
Farms. -; ": . ..
Best exhibit cucumbers, II. D.
1 Best collection 1 Irish potctc:, C.
Timmons. Second best, S. M. Ni b b-lack,
lack, b-lack, Dunnellon.
Best exhibit; watermelons,' Harold
I. v Fennel, Kendrick. .. Second, .fccrst,
Solomon Lewis, Calvary.
Best exhibit of gourds," Hardy
Croom. Second best, Golden Acre
Fruit Co. "':?.
Best exhibit artichokes, J. M. Fen Fennel,
nel, Fennel, Kcndricl;.
Best sample caseav
Yi P. Edwards.
Best exhibit home bolted xr.csl, A.
S. Pickett. Second best,
Best exhibit home bolted grits, A.
S. Pickett. Second beet exhibit, Ma
rion Farms. 1
Best exliibit home cleaned rice, H.
Best exhibit meal and crushed feed,
A., S. 5 Pickett; Second beat exhibit,
H. A. Fausett.
Best .bale short staple, cotton, P. H.
Felder. Second best, J, D. McDufTy.
Best fleece wool, Mrs. J. II. Roller.
Best bale Sea Island cotton, John
W; Smoak, Fairfield.
Best bushel Sea Island cotton seed
J. W. Smoak, Fairfield
i Best bottle grape wine, E. S. Clay
Reddick. Second best, Carrie L. Fel
der, Shady.' .
Best bottle scuppemong wine,1 F
G. Euhl, Shady. Second best, Csrrie
L. Felder, Shady
. Best bottle blackberry wine, Carrie
L. Felder, Shady. Second best. Mrs
R. M. Giles, Ocala.
Best bottle elderberry wine,' Mrs.
C. E. Connor, Oklawaha.
Best bottle orango wine, Mrs. C. E.
Connor, Oklawaha." Second best, Mrs.
F. G. Buhl, Shady; ;
Best quart homo made vinegar,
Mrs. J. H. Roller. Second be3t, Mrs.
D. H. Baker, Orange Home.
Best collective exhibit wines, Mis.
O. E. Connor, Okl awaha. 1 ;
Best exhibit ribbon cane, D. C.
Carruthers,., Wildwood. Second best
exhibit, IL.D. Hunt, BushnelL
Best exhibit green can 3, Marion
Farms. ; "' ;
Best exhibit red cane, Marion
- Best exhibit Japanese cane, O. S.
Sanders, Blitchn. Second best ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, A. S. Pickett.-
Best e:diibit sorghum, Mrs. ''iV. P.
Edwards. Second best exhibit, Anna
Felder.1;' B : '.':' (:Jif::
Best exhibit syrup from care, M.
Riverback, Bushnell. Second bust ex
hibit, R. E. Perry,' Pedro.
Best exhibit syrup from Japanese
cane, Mrs : W. P. Edwards. Second
best exhibit, J. F. Parker, Leroy
Best exhibit syrup from sorghum,
Mrs. W. P. Edwards
Best live pounds sugar, Mrs. W. P;
Best collective exhibit of cane and
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cane products, Sirs. W. P. Ed.rc3.
Best exhibit 'extracted honey, Mrs.
A D Stanley, Bellcvisv. Ccccnd beet
exhibit, Mrs. J. IL Boiler.
Best exhibit beeswa::, Peter Lcos,
KendrickJ Second bes'c cxh:L:t-" T Irr.
Best home cured h?im, J. G. 'Jel;n 'Jel;n-son,
son, 'Jel;n-son, Santos.' Second, best, Mcr:c:i
Best" home cured
. Best home cured breeJifast bacca,
C. J ohnson, Santiis. ;
. Best fiyepound3 lard, Yf. M1 Giet,
Mcintosh. Second best, J. C. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Santos.
Best collective erchibit home cured
hog products, J. C. Johnson, Santo 3.
Second best, Marion Farms.
Citrus Fruits t
est box oranges, Crosby & Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, Citra. Second best box, J. B.
Best box lemonfi, J. J. Taylor.
Best box grapefruit, Crosby &
Wartmann, Citra. Second best box,
J. R. Williams, Citra.
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f-erts cf II: ;e: :.; evee : .1
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terested in this 'jt ei t v,;j e 1 v'e :
mary cf these v l,3 '
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pur so ?50. Entri:s: Ae,
Miss Bertha Smith; C:g,
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(Concluded on CishtlT Vty
I ocala social affairs I
(If you nave any Items for this departmem call phone 106),.
Thought for the Day
Suffering 'is the lead that-sounds
the deep waters. Happiness skims
Irsr. T. B Snook and son, aftern,
Tew days spent m the city visitin&I
ine iauy r?iurnea to meir nonie at
Weirsd&le on Late Weir this aiter-
noon. Mrs, .Snook was a most liberal
contributor to tha fair and Friday, she
presented to thc Woman's Auxiliary
fcr ttia chnr: ty ward c f the hospital
her entire exhibit of oranges, pre
serves .and canned, goods.
-Mis: Frans Anderson arrived ;, yes yesterday
terday yesterday af I ejnoon f roni Jacksonville
for a few days visit to her cousin,
Mrs. .. R C.Camp and J. family. 1 ,She
'vas onji o;? ; the many popular guests
attending the Eight O'clock Dancing
Club fcEtiuties at the Woman's Club
; building Ifs; evening rend' the honor
'' incest sit charmingf little supper
party give by Mr. and, Mrs. Cani at
i -lueir f i.rai"j after the ;:darice.-. ''j0!.'-?
i ;iTie: Kigyd'Clock JWancing Club
5, -"held ;itjS:S3c'6nd; dance of the J cries
.-planned frr!the season last nightl; at
tf'lhe. Wotinnts Club balding, and it
'ran a ;moi;tBelightfula fair. Aiti bng
't is oat Joi3 jbwn guesdii; were M Uses
"E'ranceii Aiiderson ojf; Jacksonville;
'ranees Foi ler, Lueije I Harmon and
jJulia Ifattait of Gaihsj ville; MrJ-:i and
; !3 Irs.,;W. BI. Zewadski,1 'r., of Tampa;
'Hti anil ilrj I. L. A. SJ ;f phard -of Chi Chi-;;ago;
;;ago; Chi-;;ago; Mri."1florence Brooks and! jvliss
Tan Zundi;jof Lake ii'Veir; Hlses
;'.trene McCarthy and Ki:ie Barrai jkdth
;:'.!Hr'':xnd ?Efs.' WV' Ii f-Denhamj of
J ;G.ine3riHh The patriiesses fo the
I nrsning wie .Mr. anl Mrs. Wi Uiara
Uockei; iirJjand'Mrs. 15. C. CamtJ'Mr.
;i-;id Mt3. It S. Wooii'ow, Mr, 1 and
. !5i!rif. Ji Tailor, Mr. aid Mrs. fi. F.
. ennetei, .aaij others, fl'he affaiil was
. -t eveiy wi!y most 1 nmjoyabU the
; large' cro w d of jolly young r eople
lu.ving the Lime of tt:ir lives.! jrRe jrRe-;
; jrRe-; I':r3shmg p irch was S3tved thriijgh thriijgh-out
out thriijgh-out the cveciing, and dancing: was
iinfoyed until the midnight hou i'T
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'Hie auxllfiiry of the charity lizard
f ;.the Marion County; Hospitat j has
placed about ;the city aui.ractive clfer-
1 boxes iii i globe sha ? b with ri ickle
i:c.ountings. These boxes cair be
1'onnd at all the banks;, also atthe
Harrington Eall and -Ocala I';ise.
They ares tha gifts to the auxilialj1 of
Mr. and Mrs. v I. F. "Bennett of Chi-
The Epworth League held a litera literary
ry literary social last evening at the residence
erf. Mr; and Mrs. John S trunk.'
.After registration r of the guests
there followed a brief program as fol follows:
lows: follows: Scripture reading, Psalm 12G;
Thanksgiving poem, Mr. Carol Fra-
lir; "The History ; of the. First
tinksgiving," Henrietta Livingston,
j visitor from the Baptist Sunbeam
eiety. T Mr. Fraser, the enthusias-
i :, wide awake first department
tj.erintendent of the League extend
ed a cordial invitation to all to at--ted
league service. ':ii'v v-
tl souvernir shower of Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cards, all numbered and bearing
leijjjrue invitations followed, after the
fo hi going program, after which the
gu fists were ushered to the hall where
th filie tables were arrayed f or a pro pro-grj'jjsiye
grj'jjsiye pro-grj'jjsiye Thanksgiving, contest. 'The
table presided over by Miss Katie
M It:?. Eagleton, was a Thanksgiving
l ier contest. The second managed
bj j j .Miss7 Ruth I- Eehtz, i was s fruit
c6 ri jest, while the last, controlied by
Mliis Florence Leitner, was a corn
ta i:c, the whole being the "Fruits of
th ii I Harvest" original and interest-
nf:r 4 ;: r-:;-:-.:-vv;.;
lue league men serveu iijfiit re re-iimments
iimments re-iimments of fruit lemonade and
i:e : at each table.' V -7
Jiliss Kathertne Strunk wi tli ithe
hJijhest number of correct, answers
ojijjthe ladiesf ; side 'V was (crowned
7jjh a wreath .of .'autumn leaves and
cjlliBen poet laureate f6r thr next
ll ii gue entertai nment, which will be
a j I Christmas ope. Dexter Phi Hips of
tltji opposite side had a similar dis dis-ti
ti dis-ti ri :tion : and w ill be general utility
Sin on this occasion.
phoice music was rendei e3 by
!ijses Ruth Elentz, Margarel Little,
lit Katie Ma3 Eagel ton, tho young
ln joining in the singing. J
Assisting M:rs. Strunk in .is de de-;itful
;itful de-;itful league affair was he sister,
rs. Geo. A. Isfashj Mrs. C. i 2. Leit-
and Mrs. M. M. Litth?, state
editor and h organizer Miss
turn Bell; ot Missouri, l, was p.'si: :dia-
The ladles of the Iethodlst church
will hold their annual December ba bazaar
zaar bazaar on Friday and Saturday of next
week at their usual place, the north
end of the Ocala House piazza. It
will be the first bazaar of the winter
and the ladle3 have made many beau beau-Ufnl
Ufnl beau-Ufnl fancy work articles for the oc oc-caslou.'
caslou.' oc-caslou.' Home'inade bread, cakes arid
cuniies will also be on sale.
: The regular meeting of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Clubr was held this afternoon
at three o'clock and it being Federa Federation
tion Federation Day; the delegates reports of the
recent : Stata Federation Convention
held in Lakeland were read and lis listened
tened listened to with the keenest interest.
Mrs. R. A. Burford making the prin principal
cipal principal address of, the afternoon. The
music was in charge of the music
chairman, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, and v?as
especially arranged and greatly en enjoyed.
joyed. enjoyed. After, the regular routine of
announcements the meeting adjourn adjourned,
ed, adjourned, to enjoy a social half hour, 'JMra.
Joe Davis and Mrs. J. R. Dewey act acting
ing acting as hostesses for the afternoon,
serving, sandwiches and tea.
J I HI!
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ti i iguished visitor.
tlETiis is the second of a
Mrs. "3olL'e Waldo arrived yesfcsr yesfcsr-dsy
dsy yesfcsr-dsy from N oi th Caroli:i a and' G iorr
gin, where sho has been since eurly
summer. Mrs. Waldo will be the
gu:i t of her daughter, Mrs; ( W.: W.
Harris3 and family for the winter,
and her many; friends aie delighted
to welcomD h2r home again ?
d l lghtf ul entertainments ';; I by
tlii Ocala League recently ar d eery
oU Lpreserit en joyedit s most j hnai tily
aitl after, kindly, expressions mid sui sui-a
a sui-a r z thanks to the host and ; teste's s,
alj departed, promising to at ;cnd tlie
n ctt entertainment which hid u been
arounced as a; Christmas Koiise 7 to
hctise party, on December 181 hi
I .Misses Ethel and Louise Borland
entertained a number of their friends
last: evening at a moonlight launch
rid j and fish fry on Orange! Lake.
Th? party went over from Citra and
was chaperoned by Mrs. J. B. Bor Bor-larcl
larcl Bor-larcl and Mr. and Mrs. Hany Bor Borland.
land. Borland. r
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. I11JNYAN STEPIIETf 5, Pastor
"Put on therefore, as God's elect, holy and beloved, a heart
of composition, kindness, lowliness, m!ikness, lon&-sufferlngv for for-bearinsoneajiother,
bearinsoneajiother, for-bearinsoneajiother, atd forgiving: each other. Oolosslaas, 3-12-13.
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OFFICERS OF THE CHURCH
Deacons J. L. Edwards, Chairman; W. D. Carn, Treasurer;
W. T. Gary, Clerk ; Isaac Stevens, M. T. W. Christian, W.
S. Bullock, L. F. Ballard, J. W. Akin, S. H. Christian, W. H.
Marsh and Frank Gates. : , ."''.
NOVEMBER 29 11 O'CLOCK
DOXOLOGY Old Hundred.
INVOCATION Lord's Prayer.
HYMN No. 576, "Saviour, Like a Shepherd.
SCRIPTURE LESSON Jno. 10:7-19.
HYMN No. 428, "He Leadeth Me." V
OFFERING. 1 :'
SERMON: "I Am the Good Shepherd."
INVITATION No. 100, "The Lord is My Shepherd.
EVENING, 7:30 O'CLOCK
OPENING HYMN, No. 342, "Day Is Dying.M
SONG No. 319, "All Hail the Power."
RESPONSIVE. READING, No. 371.
SONG No. 308, "Blessed Assurance." t
SERMON: "I Am With You."
INVITATION No. 286, "Lead Kindly Light."
CLOSING HYMN, No. 206, "Now the Day is Over.
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CHRISTMAS CAROLS ; '
Will form a part of the exercises of this church and Sunday
school at Christmas time. We will begin our practice Nov. 29
and ask for the co-operation of all who wish to see the holidays
properly observed. '
JOHN BURROWS v
"For anything worth having, one must pay the price, and the
price is always work, patience, love, self-?acrifice -no paper
currency, no. promises to. pay,, but the gold of real service." :
Mrs. H. I Hampton, who has been
quite indisposed, at her home for the
past several days, is very much im-,
'". .' ';'".''
Col and Mrs.' F. L. Rutland have re returned,
turned, returned, to their h&me in Bushnell af after
ter after a visit of a few days to our city
taking in the fair; t
Miss Florence Brooks, of Lake Weir
is the gaest for, the week end of
Mr. and Sirs. George MacKay and
family. '' ;
Mr. anil Mrs. W. K. Zewadsld Jr.,
and little son and their brother, Mr.
Guy Zewjkdski Sr...' for the past week
wijl return to the iir home in Tampa
; : : ; '. ; .;'.-. i ?;
: Mrs. Bernard Ilallard, of Gaines-
ville, is the guest foi a few d'ays of
her aunt, Mrs. J.;G. Purvis and f am-
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Mr. and Mrs. C; D. Mass y return returned
ed returned to their home at Lake Weir this
afternoon; after a 'week spent in the
city seeir g the si;jhts at tie Marion
i ' ;
'Mrs. ITaiser of fHastingsj, who has
been visiting he' daughter, Mrs.
Mark Luckie, returned home loday.
. Mrs. Ii. t J. Lummus arrived today
from Mi stmi and j will spend a. few
months rith her daughter, Mrs. "A, A.
Winer at,' her hoine on. East Adams
fitreet. :!. 5 ?
Mr. and Mrs. iEIenry S.; i Hall an announce
nounce announce I he marr.jage of ti.eir daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Wiiinie Elizabeth Prbscott, to,
Sumner Raymond Hall, "November
23rd, at; Falmouth Heights., Mais.Mr.
Hall wJio has been postmaster at
Eastlaki1, Florida, for several years,
left thnc weeks I ago forMassi. Mr.
and Mrs; Hall will make their home at
Falmouth Heigh ts, Mass.,
Mr. aid Mrs; Walter Cilerck have
returned to their home irj. Eustis af after
ter after a-short visit to the fair, ; While
in the city they ; were th? guests of
Mrs. Me cks sister, Mrs. B. II. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour and familj;. -
Mrs. Harry Hirgins of Gainesville,
who was one of ; the judges in the
woman's department of our fair, re-
turned, to her" home this t afternoon.
Mrs. Higgins was a most zealous and
faithful worker and by her charming
manner and sweet' per s onali ty won
many new friends during her sojourn
among us. Mrs. Higgins i:s the pos possessor
sessor possessor of the quaint little slippers
and dress which were worn by some
of her ancestors to the fi rst Wash Washington
ington Washington ball, also a lavalier of rare
workmansliip and beauty. The large
crocheted counterpane showing the
Lord's -Prayer was generously loaned
by her and greatly admired.
"Dexter," the beautiful big bay
horse ridden yesterday afternoon at
the fair grounds by .Miss Gladys
Drake, was the winner of the blue
ribbon and first prize as the best
blooded horse on the, grounds. "Dex "Dexter"
ter" "Dexter" is owned by Sirs. S. T. Sistrunk
and is a magnificent animal.
Mr. Cecil Robertson left yesterday
in the big eight-cylinder Cadillac for
Eustis, accompanied by his, brother
and wife from Live Oak.
. ; . ' .'
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill of St. Aug Augustine,
ustine, Augustine, Mrs. H. E. Schoeflin and
daughter, Antonette, of Jacksonville,'
and Mrs. Loderick M. Jones, of Mill-
edge ville, Ga., who have been taking
in the fair during the week, are
spending the day with Mr. and Mrs.
William L. Godwin, at Fairfield. They
made the trip in Mr. Hill's seven pas passenger
senger passenger Studebaker car.
m ts $ t t t pfAir
Louise, the pretty; f our-y ear-oJ
daughter of BIr. and Mrs. C, C. Bry-
ant. was thrown out it a hack, as the
'result ot a joit to me.venicie, at tne
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I e Have Added a Complete Line of
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! Every! Houcevrife Vill Lvd Interected in This Vonderful Vare ant! Cur Cnc: :i
I Factory Sale. Ve Have On Display a Cpmplete Line. Call r:l Our Sio. j an.
This Display. Commence to Acquire a Complete Set of This Beautiful, verlacti.:-;
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is.ir' grounds 'yesterday A,whcd pass pass-ttd
ttd pass-ttd over? her,, but, strange to say, she
ivas bu'; littlq aurt ,and is able to be
up tod:iv. littlr L)uicc was one "of
:he prize wi&ne iv iast year's ba-
,The Pres.bpterian. ladies took ia
340 at their restaiirant at the fair.
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The crowning social event of the
season -in l Jacksonville was the
Thanfc jgivin ? cotillion danced Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening" at the Florida Yacht
Club.' Mr. smd Mra. S. R. Marks led
tho cctillion' and atnonj those ding dinging
ing dinging "were Miss. Francis Anderson,
formerly of this city, and two former
popular visitors, Mrs.' Abner ;. G.
Withe e, of Watertown,, granddaus'a granddaus'a-.ter.of.
.ter.of. granddaus'a-.ter.of. Col. J. YrT. Martin, and i!iS3
Belle HVelsh., of Palatlcsv vho was. the
guest of Mrs. C. 3. Cullen last ran ranter.
ter. ranter. j i t m
f Mrs. Withee, of, Watertown, wore a
handsome gown of white charm eusc,
fashiored sn trame and elaboratrdy
trimmed with real lace, white or orchids
chids orchids and valley lilies.,
ti . w m w
B-ed Cress ala
: This year the Women's Clubs of
Florida will have on sale for holiday
packages Red Cross seals instead of
the usual., federation Christmas,
f. tamps,; the proceeds to .aid in. Uho
light against tuberculosis in the state.
The seal was adopted by the Nation National
al National Red Crosu Society to be sold at
one -cent "each as a means of obtain
ing financial, support 'for the cure
and prevention of tuberculosis. It
was first used by the national body
in 1908 and since then $1,800,000 has
been raided by their sale. Last year
40,000,000 were sold, in the United
The health committee of the Ocala
Woman's Club, of which Mrs. H. C.
Dozier is chairman, will sell the
stamps in Ocala. The London Chron Chronic
ic Chronic le recently gave the following in interesting
teresting interesting account of the origin of
the society: ,:
'The original Red Cross Society
dates long before the Geneva con convention.
vention. convention. Just 300 years ago an an anonymous
onymous anonymous German work, which ap
peared at Cassel, called upon the
learned to join and test the claims of
the Rosicrucian Order, said to have
bee n founded two centuries before
that by one Christian Rosenkrenzi
who had gained his mysterious
knowledge in the east. The order
was Christian and Protestant, and
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h First 'consldemtloc and crcclal sittcaticn ;lvca to s;:nrt,!l tnjziz.
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inT trold, the chief object vas the
gratuitous healing of the sick. A
tremendous controversy: arose ths
order being violently, defended by the
broader-minded or more credulous."
Misses Loi3 and Clara 'Epperson oi:
Williston were1 visitors at tha '.'trie
yesterday., and stopped at tfca Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. :
;Mr. and Llrs. Frank Clarkson of
Jacksonville, were komong the prcmi prcmi-nent
nent prcmi-nent Floridians at the fs.ir yesterday.
They stopped at the Harrington Hall,
Mr. Clarkson is ctinmcie$ with the
Standard Oil' Company.,
Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Watt left this
afternoon for Jacksonville, where
they will spend several days. Dr.
Watt will attend the; American Pub
lic Health Association, ivhich jon-
venes .in that city. ;
Mrs. G. V. Cassingham of CoeIioc CoeIioc-ton,
ton, CoeIioc-ton, Ohio, who was among, the visit visitors
ors visitors at the fair yesterday, came with
a party from her old home in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Mr. Cassingham served the
with many cf tho Jargcr busirt- ; i
formerly I.Ii'r.3 Ih-Ilie Your::!'-;-
were.,"glxi4;ito7.welcfeKi:e .her asrain.
,i'tl.lrs. Ella 'Proc j r,nd
jii i i j, hit. - ."m
gucst3 of Mrs. Laura Vellhen-jr.
:- "ii'i 1 11 ii ,1" 1" '" n il, 7
' The regular meeting of .! s 1
thian "Sisters will be hold
ber3 are urged to I2 prcrcnt r. tl.c
will be urgent btJEir.cr to Lo trrr.
acted which cannot be poctpencd.
23-Ct Ey order cf the !L E. C.
it professed to possess rcity of Coshocton majiy ; years r.3
jts, including that of mak-11 mayor and is prominently; connected J
:UXfBniXG:r at. "wnuiM wsi hp
The monument -to 1.Lo '.:,;:r.rt
Woodman. C. H. Beck. will l,o u
veiled at .Fellowrhin .Canday aftc
noon. fMcmbors of .the OrcTa can
are rcaurrtrd htt r,r r.t t
hall, at 1 nV.!nr.lr r. ni?"v f
order to attend the cscrclccr.
AlUIVtJ) it. .i. tAAjkUL' .... .,
at The Murray Coajaay.
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1314
The Better Wall-Board
'"pHERE'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 cut cn the
cost o;F material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way ia by using Eadger-Board!
asy to Afply
BADGER-BOARD 3 easy to e.p e.p-ply.
ply. e.p-ply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work youtsclL All the tools
needed are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
"OADGER-EOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In wintex It keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
it many uses.
Call on or wrlte for prices
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
Nearly Ready to Ship.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIPUI
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on. 20-ocre
tract, a:ll fenced .but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on -trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly ? budded to Parson
Price of Property as It stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. S. Savage,
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone 125, OCALA, FLA
J Br MOZIHGO. Watchmaker
All kinds of Jewelry, Type- X
writer .Sewing Machine and
Graphone Repairing prompt-
executed. Prices reasonable. X
216 S. Magnolia Street
Larp enter and. Builder
Careful Estimates made oh all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives tmore and better
work for the money than any other
xmtr-.ctor In the city.
The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 North iMagnolla St.,
Clothing Repaired, Cleaned and
- Pressed While You Wait
v WORK OXJAUAXTE-SD
E. Ia ANBEBSON. Prop.
213 West Broadway, Ocala, Fla.
with E. C. Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
First class accomuiodatioi; 3 for
iiolcred. 210 South Magnolia street.
3'hono 361. Open day and nlgSlt.
. wM. F. WILLIAMS, Proprietor
Old shoes made new; sewing your
solesron a specialty. Taylor'ti Re Re-,Ur
,Ur Re-,Ur Shop, 415 N. Magnolia street.
TIEED OF FAT AS FOOD.
No Difference to the System From
What Source It Is Obtained.
T he trees In a Syrian garden are au
Important and practically uessarj
part of the nutrition of tpt pvopie
Combined witb-graiii in the form or
coarse bread, the tree products make a
balanced and wholesome ration Poi
large elements-of -the population, at
least one nual a day .is commonly "-rom
posed of bread and walnuts The wal walnut
nut walnut is rich in both -protein and fat. so
that this' combination'-virtually dnpli
cates in nutrition our occidental -sand
wleb o: Lread. butter and itieat-
The oil to which' the scriptural writ
ers so .lovingly referred is still im
portant in that laud, and the olive tree
that produces it is almost as useful
to the Syrian as tbe cow 13 to the
American. The cow gives butter and
drink, and the olive tree gives butter
and food. When the workman on the
Mediterranean goes from home for a
day's labor, he often takes a pocketful
of olives and a piece of bread for bis
lunch. Remove butter, breakfast bacon
and fat meat from our vocabulary, put
olive oil In their place and we shall
begin to think the thoughts of Mediter Mediterranean
ranean Mediterranean cooks.
Once cooks and palates are educated,
the blood does not know the difference
between the rich globules of fat that
come to it It is fat that the human
system wants, and It makes no final
difference whether it comes from but butter,
ter, butter, bacon, lard, olive, cocoanut. goose
or bear. Fat is fat. once it is in our
blood. The source from which we
shall get this fundamental of nutrition
depends In part upon our bringing up.
but eventually our getting it depends
upon the ease of winning it from our
environment. Atlantic Monthly. V..
HOW TURNER FIRED A GUN.
An I Impromptu Effect That Startled
His Fellow Artitts.
Turner's impromptu effects were at
times consternating to his fellow paint painters.
ers. painters. Mr. Randall Da vies, quoting from
Leslie, gives In fSix Centuries of Paint Painting,
ing, Painting, Constable's experience In 1839.
when he exhibited his 'Opening pf
Waterloo Bridge. It was placed be beside
side beside a griy sea piece, by Turner, which
lacked all positive color.
,' "Constable's picture seemed as if
painted with liquid gold and silver,
and Turner came several times while
he was heightening with vermilion and
lake the decorations and flags of the
city barges. Turner stood behind him
looking from the 'Waterloo Bridge' to
his own picture, and at last brought his
palette from the great room where he
was touching another picture, and,
putting a round daub of red lead,
somewhat bigger than a shilling, on
his gray sea. went away without say saying
ing saying a word. The Intensity of his red
lead, made more vivid by the coolness
of his picture, caused even the ver vermilion'
milion' vermilion' and lake of Constable to took
weak. 'He has been here. said Con Constable,
stable, Constable, 'and fired a gun On the op opposite
posite opposite wall was a picture by Jones of
Shadrach, Mesbach and Abednego In
the Furnace.' A coal, said Cooper,
has bounced across the room from
Jones picture and set fire toj Turner's
Next time Turner came in he glazed
the scarlet seal and shaped it into a
buoy." "-; v
: I 11 1 11
Glazed earthenware was long sup supposed
posed supposed to be of no more ancient date
than the ninth century, but the discov discovery
ery discovery of glazed ware in Egypt, of glazed
bricks in the ruins of Babylon, of
glazed coffins and enameled tiles in
other ancient cities proves that this Is
not the case. The Arabs seem to be en entitled
titled entitled to the credit of having intro introduced
duced introduced glazed ware into modern Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The Italians are said to have
become acquainted with this kind of
ware as it was manufactured in the
island of Majorca and gave It the
name of majolica. The French de derived
rived derived their first knowledge from the
Italian manufactory at Faenza and
christened it faience. London .Satur .Saturday
day .Saturday Review V
Liszt's Rude Host.
High society, has its crude personali personalities,
ties, personalities, if a story in one of the magazines
Is true. At a dinner given to the fa famous
mous famous pianist. Liszt, his host. Count Lu Lu-dolf
dolf Lu-dolf right in, the middle of LIszts
most exquisite playing, said In a loud
Voice. "If any one wishes to have a
game of whist there are tables In the
other room." Liszt, says the narrator,
stopped short, but as no one moved he
consented amiably to remain at the
piano. The amount of wine that had
been consumed by Liszt's host on this
occasion is not stated.
To Test Bread Dough.
To test light bread dough and make
sure as to whether it has risen suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently for baking, press the finger in
the dough. If the bole remains the
doujrh Is in proper condition. If the
dough rises and fills the indentation
this shows that it Is in a condition to
continue rising. Exchange.
If It Must Be.
After a thorough examination, the
"What you need, my dear sir, is an
"Very well." replied the patient re resignedly.
signedly. resignedly. "Which operation are you
cleverest at?" New York Post.
Dr. Pillem My dear. sir. It Is a mira miracle
cle miracle that you are alive today. Patient Patient-Yes,
Yes, Patient-Yes, that's what my friends said when
I told them you were attending me.
The first and worst of all frauds Is
to cheat oneself.
Hie iiome 01 tMikLl .bitihJi il l & iu-:.
Business, Dress and
Formal Evening Wear.
I'rices Range from
$10 TO $35
$5 TO $20
wnen you ouy a costiy piece 01 larm mac ii:n.3r
who'll sell you the most efficient articles for tli3 inc:
who backs up theimach
requirements in selling clothing that is guarantsed a
We make a specialty of fitting
-''hard-to-fit" feet. J. & M. Xcr.vark
made Shoes in all leathers,
OjQ THE PAIR.
"Waterman's Special" Shoes
Sizes 4 to 12;, Widths AA to EE
GRIXNEli GLOVES vdth Reputa-"
. tion for Service and Gloves for every
Occasion, Dress, Work,' Auto, Driv Driving,
ing, Driving, 50cTO$4
From Lightweight and Heavy, Wool,
in Separate Garments and
WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss louIse Gamsby, the librarian
in charge, of the library, which now
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read the bocrfcs. Also
that there are a arge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who jWish them, magazines that
have heen given by different persons
who have finished -with them.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax hooks for the payment of
19114 state and county -taxes are now
, Be sure and .biing or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the ipossibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service. -"
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2 ) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one ; ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. (L. Colbert,
ll-3-2ra.Ta Collector Marion Co.
W. K. Lane, M. D.t Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Merchants & tllnersl Trans. Co.
PH I L A D E LPH I A
;New Steamers. Low fes. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and ticket!
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
.Oayrstt Hart SEaT!i:e? L I
stand behind vhat ve call
eyery department is coniplet
with everything in Men'iT an
C03IE SEE :iE
h 1 M 1
5 V 1 .Mil
f J J '
Ve have for sale
which must be sold vithin next sixty! days--part
Better see us quick.
We also have one
priced very low for cash.
I T, MM 1
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only anove the hovrels,
hut improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion.. For sale
by all dealers. .ad
,The city tax books nave ibeen open
for payment of 1914 taxes sinco
Oct. 1st. The law' provides that
they, he closed Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced .by
suit or seizure of personal" property.
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. 11-6-tf
" Strange, Indeed!
"For the making of billiard balls
'fiTe hundred, elephants are needed
every year," said the famous blg-gamo
hunter In his-lecture on India. "How
strange. whispered Mrs. Winsome to
the lady who sat next, "that people
can teach such great beasts to do
such delicate work!
Best Way to Darn.
By darning diagonally across tha
weave. Instead of with It, the stitches
are not nearly so likely to pull away
from the edges of the darned spot.
This is an especially good method
to be used where stitches have been
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Pla., Expert worK
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert LUer
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
'itv.T'l- "l:,:Jw 'f m. "f v; f,id .j.
- I Ln ..""
We ioiic.v tiie
A. ft .A A W
large lot vath handroino hc;:;
or two other Ismail proposition:
For particular:; call on or
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MM h m r
I I I ; r f C2
Pr.cl:i" arid Ctcrirr
Shipping; jf Frelshtr-,
: -i: 'tJ v and 1 Saf es-
in making, holes in rubber ccrLr.
much annoyance is caused by th3
punch making "tapering" hclc3 and
"running to .the side'. A littla an an-monia
monia an-monia water poured ca the rubttr and
the boring Instrument cauce3 th3 iolo.
to become of uniform- Elze at every
point and t!he -aticn iz acccn
clished with m . case.
Teat for Cseds.
- Geeds not sufScienUy ripe will Coat
In water, but when arrived at full ma.
turlty they will sink t the bottom, and
this ts prjK)f that they are good fo
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OCALA EVENING STAi:, ,S AY LT. DAY, i;07ZLZ, l:,
, I VT Iff --W- .X II 111 11 I -w
To Be .Upright in Our Dealings
- We Put i
OUR MEATS UP RIGHT
Glaking it Easy to
COOK CARVE AXD CONSUME TIIE31
1 Yon IVill-Tafee Enpngh oi Our ice
Saturdays to Last.-, Over..'' Snnflay : ; ; I -.:-;
We will thank you. Our drivers will thanlv you:
' And If the teams could talk they would th:ink you, too for helping
to lighten the load'on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
I To a Person Who Prides
; : Himself
V 402-404 fl. Slain
eat : fiiM&ersary- SaEs
CiLKES OF OCTAGON
. .... ... ...
"With Purchase of $1.00 or more
of other Merchandise
Ewy Bay M w ;
the Great Anniversary Sale
No Necessity for Stamps.
In New Zealand the postoQce pr
vides big firms with machines, with
which they stamp their own corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. A specimen letter re received
ceived received bears an oblong "postage
paid" stam which is put on by a ma machine
chine machine in the business man's office.
Periodically a postal collector calls
round, read3 the total on the machine
cad collects the money.
Nest to O. Iv. Teapot Grocery.
on lis Ipp earaice
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
OC4JLA, FLORIDA V I
Y Y'-Y I
From Slaves to Gold.
Before civilization had outgrown
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for slaves. Now
the tide' has turned. Gold is the mas master
ter master of the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of the annual output.
The nugget and not the negro is now
the African attraction. Tae. outturn
of gold from African 'mines for 1913
was nearly $208,000,000.
The Detpctive of the
By HLSKETH PRIGHARD
By lies teeth Prichard
"You. go .and start into business
again," advised Joe. TJ1 send you
word first thing I know for certain."
But it was some time before he could
induce Cdlvey to leave us. After he
had gone, I won Jered? whether J oe sji
pectfed him of having a hand In spirit
ing away Virginia. Presently 1 asked
Joe shook his head, "xle couldn't
have.doue it if he wanted to. He's a
good yo ill) g chap, but look at his boots
andi his clothes he was 1 sd on a pave pavement,
ment, pavement, but he's Miss Vlrg: lay's choice
for all that, t We'll :art now, Mr.
Quaritch, just where I found that bit
of gold caught in a, branch tit hangs
over the little stream up above there.
You see, she lost herhat, and she- has
a splendid lot of hair, and so when I
could find no tracks, for they came
down the bed "of the stream, searched
bout as high. as her head. I guessed
she'd' be liable to catch her hair in a
But we had hardly started when we
heard the voice of Pianx roaring la the
wood below us. He was coming along
at an extraordinary pace in spite of
his ungainly, rolling stride..
"You- were rijcht, Joe; Virginia is
alive! It is a case of abduction. Oee
He held a long stick or wand in hU
hand. The top of the wand was rough rough-ly
ly rough-ly split, and a scrap of paper stuck in
'Ed's just found this in the canoe on
the lake," he went on. "These black blackguards
guards blackguards must have come back in the
night and put it there."
"What have they said hi the paper?"
asked November. r t
" 'You must pay to get your daughter
back. If you want our terms come to
the old Jog camp on Black lake to
morrow nights No tricks. S We" have
you' rounded up sure. Don't try to
track us or we will make it bad for
her. - ;:-::vv: ; ;-- ;:-
Joe touched: the ends of the wand.
"Green spruce '-woodr -cut near their
camp," said be.
"There's plenty of spruce like that
right here." objected Planx; "why do
you say it was cut near their camp?"
"It's cut and split with a heavy ax.
such as no man ever carries about
with him. Well, we'd best do no more
tracking till we see the chaps that has
Miss Virginny. It's Black lake" tonight,
On the way Planx made known to
U3 his plan ot campaign. It was a
simple one. He would get the men
into the hut and speak them fair till a
favorable moment ; presented itself,
when he would demand the surrender
of his daughter under threat of shoot shooting
ing shooting the kidnapers if they refused or
"There are three of us, and we can
fix them, easy," said Planx.
November' Joe shook his head.
"They're not near such big fools as
you think them." he remarked.
We had stopped on some high 'ground
in the shelter of the woods, from which
we could see the fishing hut. Joe van-
At the Third Swing of the
Voice Hailed Him.
ished with his silent, Indian-like glide,
his movements as inaudible as those of
a ghost. In about five minutes a light
suddenly sprang up iu the hut, and
Joe's voice called us.
As we entered the door I saw Joe
was pa nting to a piece of paper which
lay on the rough hewn table.
"The name writing as before. Listen
to tills: Mf you will swear to give uj
iife conduct we will come to talk It
cut.' If you agree to this wave the an-
terat -thrise times on the lake shore, and
that wilt mean you give your oath to
let us conae and go freely.'
,"I toIcL you they were not fools,"
slid Joe-s "What's the orders now. Mr.
Planjx lianded Joe the lantern. "Go
and wave the lantern."
From the door of the hut we watch?d
November as he walked down to the
la ie. At t:be third swing of the light a
vc ice haih-d him.
"You hear? They were wilting in a
canoe," said Planx to mo..
Then followed the splash of peddles
ard the rasp of the frosted rushes as
the' canoe took the shore. Joe had re returned
turned returned by 'this time and hung up the
lantern sc that it lit the whole of the
hut Then the three of us stood to together
gether together at one side of the fcihle.
PESPOXDEXCY DUn TO INDICES-
"t is not at all surprising that pr
sons whojhave indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
are; :a few nvords of hopo and cheer
for them by iMrs. Blanche IBor.vers,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges
tion-was so poor that I ould ccarcely
eat the lightest -foods. It ried ovcry
things that -I uieard.of no get relict
hut 'until About a year ago when
X saw Chamberlain's -Tablets adver
Used, and get a bottle of them. di 1
find the right treatment. I soon 'Lo
gan to improve and since tailing a
few fbottlC3 of them my digestion is
fine." Tor sale hy all dealers.- ad
Merchants Cafe,' A. C. L. 2c?ol
corner. Meals a la carte and Uir.clics
at any ior. Adv.
Odd-Lcckinrj Chnrk'o HcC HcC-A
A HcC-A shark's esg 13 one cf the oddest
looking things -imaginable. It is un unprovided
provided unprovided with shell, but the contents
are protected by a thick, leathery
covering-"" almost): as, eiastic -:as:India
rubber. The averse size U 2 by 2&
Inches, and it i3 almost Jet black.
KEMAIlKABIiE CURC OF CROUP
"'Last winter when -my, little boy
had croup I got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly ibelieve it saved hls life," writes
(Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, -Pa. "It
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. 'I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him.' For sale 'by all dealers. ad
0CALI1 FR1 0
SIARION-DUNN 3E1SON1C LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Lodge T"o. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. CI.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, 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. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
TululaLodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Tavlor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
... - .
KNIGIIT3 OF PYTHLIS
. Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Qlonday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore; A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, XJ. C.
Chas. K. i&age, K.- of R.S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.t on the
fourth Friday in every ; month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H." P.
Jake Bro-jvn, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ims, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. yAd
LOYAL ORDER OF 31UUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at-8:30 p. -q.
Visiting brethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near po3toflice.
J. D. Itooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fct King Camp No. 14 meets at
the Iu of P. Hall, t.t S p. m., ovr
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome,.
F. J. (Burden, C. C.
Chas. k. Sage, Clerk. Ao
1' f )M
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. 1 J I ia
I do not say, bcauie cotton is net
my business, but I do: call the .at
tention of -Mr. Pipe Smoker -or Tobac
co Chever v,-ho b:iys z, pour..! cl r.iy
El Trcnico -Havana Cigar Cllpi I.irr-
cigars) to the fact ttzsi j-ou.will find
pipe smoking a plsasrxc. Or if you
are fond cf chewing, jyou will find
this -tobacco iiure, inailutcrate d, be
ing my own product, -Uho c!:piI-ngi
of my cigar factory cut up and the
dust abstracted Oere'-rcm, and con containing
taining containing sa combitation! of -pure cigar
leaf tobacco thi.; cDS'ts high' as
.$ 4 a ';ipound.;';.( tA .:tr,:!a;Viw;ill s convince
you Thia tobao?o Is jut up in 2, 4,
S -and 16 ounco ;cl:i:ges.
iTJj TIIOPICO CIGAR rACTOIlV
Giittnrj Crots .i.t'CZ-d."
The next time ycu lrlde in n rt-cet
car notice the number! 'of people .ho
sit across ; legged.:; 1 1" haa p ec a ss tima t ad
you do;'-' A; prdminent.lijndou' physician,
has investigated ths h3't:t, a::i Lb ad--vice
is "den't sit crc;j k7Z' He
ctotes that tha r---: i:.Jcct:cn to the
habit Is that tha rcturi fiovr cZ LTcsd
is ;toprr' t':? l',,tho rc:ult be
ing that tl.j In ill? leg cveli up.
As all cf t!:- .'Jit ill thrown to one
f-ide of th 1 the under leg is like likely
ly likely to go t il.ep. Thobody should be
equally L :Unccd. Much croc-sirs of
t-o leg;j 1j al,:-o dangerous in thr.t It is
liL'!y- i- cause lopssidcdncs. The
:iL :.:.culd be allowed to rct c :zzly,
:;o that the flow of blood is natural and
the body equally balanced. American
Boy." ' '.:
We offer one hundred dollars re
ward -for any case of catarrh that
cannot De curea Dy nan 5 'uaiarrn
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
V'e, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney, for the laLt 13 years,
and believe -him perfectly, honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to scarry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made hy 'his .firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
: Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh 'Cu:ro is .taken in
ternally, acting dirc:tly upon ths
"blood and' mucous -surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per .bottle. .Sold by
all druggists. Take' Hall's Family
Pills for constipation.
Recognized Their Old Friend.
The. late Sir John fSteell, who. was
tculptev to Queen .Vietoria. was inodel
ing a bust of Miss Nightingale when
an omcerof one of the highland rc
ments which. had suffered no ciuIly in
the Crimea heard tjat the bust bad
just been '. completed, and was In Sir
John's studio. Many? of the men In his
company had passed' through the hos hospital
pital hospital at Scutari, and he obtained per permission
mission permission from the sculptor to bring
some of them to see It. Accordingly a
squad- of men one day marched into
the studio and stood in line. They had
,no idea why they had been mustered
in so strange a place. Without a word
of warning the bust was uncovered,
and then, as by one impulce, the men
broke rank and with cries cf : Ml:i.
Nightingale, MiS3 Nightingale!" sur surrounded
rounded surrounded the model and, with hat3 off,
cheered the figure of their devoted
nurse ,until the roof rang. So spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous and hearty, and so inspiring
was the whole scene that la. after
days Sir John SteeU declared It to be
the greatest compliment of hl3, life.
; Pigheaded ?;':';''--;;:'y;.
It is an interesting fact that ths two
studie3 of arithmetic, and cccgraphy
seem to be diametrically opposed to
each other In the affections of school
children. Pupils who are particularly
proficient in one are apt to be back backward
ward backward in the other. A story is told of
a little boy who waa slow in arithme arithmetic
tic arithmetic and "whoze apparent stupidity In
thi3 field was a greit source of grief
to his father, who uad been a mathe mathematician.
matician. mathematician. One day when the father
and son were walking out they pasced
a place where a Ie&rned pig" was on
exhibition, and the father took the boy
to see this porcine prodigy.
"Just look at that," said the father.
Why, there's a pig that can count
and add up numbers! Don't you wish
you were as smart as be?".
"Da," answered, the boy, "just, lei
me ask- him a few questions In g&ogra-
:;pnyr - ;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice .is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other, persons having claims or dej
mauds against .the ?state of Pri&cilla
Cody, deceased, to 'present the came
duly proven tohe undersigned witk witk-ir
ir witk-ir two years from this date, to-swlt:
This 23d day of October, A. D, 1914.
. r T, "P. Gadson, .'
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2S-u-ed
Christian faith i3 a good cathedrr
with divinely picture i. windows. Stand Standing
ing Standing without, you see no glory,, nor. can
possibly imagine wiy. Standing v.ith
In, every ray of light reveals a har
raony of unspeakabla splendors. Haw
jL 1. i 4
ner: rrcp, r
j-jit. .i tiwi..,
" fc. W irf
' T.vo pjanj f"r 2Ds
r ,i .. f
J, . it
;iaKi fruits; -: 'CHE AIHK
-- -- 1 -. :
' 1 r
il; Beams 'H
, 1. i-
r Angles -!iSiiC:
Structural. ; '
Of All Kind.
-ull Hard IVco-lz.
.Order. .: V-.-7..- -" -.:
Boilers '.. anj .;?,'; -' .-;.'Ta2il3
;.'Ta2il3 .-;.'Ta2il3 lliillt V;-!:'
TO, O I lltf,
Pu:::p3 for r,li
Competent I- crce
. For '(Road WorIs; at, : all
: ? I h"i f -1 5
i 1 f
1 I f
t i I
N '. ' I I ';
EJ'fea ki ''sjf SaaJ &u tjf fci
P ff'-'- If V1"- f 'T'
f C2rs'; .says : Mrz:.. : B-. A ::, c
fjit :na : f fM I ,eirt f .!-, .:.
,- jto-ttolwf .. IUUl...WWA I..- .,
a f -. .-
,CiS5 xot i'Ci",rT iind od
; -'.ll 1:ecp Black-Draught -on Innd .all -Hr
time now, ": and when ray children feel ":
i:tll2 ihzy l:'.: rr,2 for a j!:. j, : I
J l.lwlL. j.ywJ 4.- t . r .
t.sy ever tried.
We never havs a lor;: cf
nccs In cur family,-- since we ccrnn:;::::
using Black-Draught' -. '
'i-l-Thedfords' 1 Bl2ck-Dr.i;f:Ii!' f 3 pard:
riti'!-"' "'".-f -' f
lirvc ir.dinssiicr., cc!!j, v;ir.d, kz-
fbin 70 vein, ;:r. 1
than a million peep-.
U W A. f 'If H I" 'I 19. f 'f "ll
pici::;: to-day. net:
i ;-;:: V; f;" :1 . 5 ' f 7.
?7f-f T" 1 :-' JT
u.'iDEfiL'KEns cn-j z:.:o."t: e:
uktVUvU i Ui k id i i. 4 i n iu i, i
d. E. mcivei; x.nd c. v. :io:;;:i:t.j
t Funcr;;l Dlrcctorj ;
XU Worli Uono by J,:. ?z: ;d IT::;
balm cr and -Fnlly 'G namntee d ..." .-.
o. c riciVEi: ; 10
C. V. 1IOUEHT3
Uudcrtahin Ofllce r
- All In th; Virfcn. ;
Comt3 people think that every thing
ln the world 13 twisted and eerrurt,
and that no human bcinn: can to
trusted. Others who are v;l..ir feci
very differently about It, As itu:;.:
wys:."In lII tiling thicvcliotit ill n
c;orld, the- men who look f.r tl:;
crooked v. Ill see the croolrcJ, azd th
man who looks fcr the ctrrJc-l vlll
sea the fitrsight"
dCAljVrDY ENIK G CTAR, S ATUKDA Y, : nilR ,23., 1014
Mr. W. H. Harrison has gone on a
visit to Lakeland. -
See the Japanese
china at The
Burt's Ninety Day Seed Oats for
sale at Ocala Seed Store. 11-27-tf
kinds at, The -Murray
Ocala Seed Store, 10-2-tr.
Secretary J. D. Rooney went to Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka today on business for the Board
See the new holiday goods The
Murray Company is displaying and
more coming. 26-3t
Mr. J. G. Spencer, Jr., with the
General Electric Co., of Jacksonville,
is in the city.
We always (have on' hand n ; fresh,
supply of the famous Norrls candies.
Court Pharmacy. l f 2-6t
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Martin of Moss
Bluff were registered at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington yesterday while in the city at attending
tending attending the fair. f
-Now Is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Mr. W. J. Hilburn, one of the
state's most successful and influential
business men, of Live Oak, is in the
city for a few days. 1
Subscribe for your -magazines,
either for gifts or self, at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 26-3t
CLOSING OUT ODD AlND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
Watch- Monday's Star for an announcement
nouncement announcement of special prices on
GROCERIES Tuesday at the Marion
Mercantile Company. 28-lt
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at.
Many people appreciated the ; kind kindness
ness kindness of Mclver & BlacKay, who took
care, in their big building at the fair
grounds, of the baggage of many
people who wishes to stay over night
and see the carnival.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens fwill preach
at the iPort King Baptist church next
Sunday afternoon, Nov. 2 9th, at
3:30,'instead of December Cth.
The Marion Mercantile Company,
will have an advertisement in Mon Monday's
day's Monday's Star4 that will be of interest t0
every household in town. Watch foi
it and make your dollars reach, a Ion
way in buying GROCERIES. 28-lt
Mrs. A. Pittleko, of Summerfield,
was anmong the well-pleased people
in the city Friday evening. She had
four blue ribbons, just awarded to
her at the fair, for prize birds of the
Wildhill poultry farm.
, Mr. George McGahagin of Orlando
. is in the city for a few days. Mr.
McGahagin is an Ocala property
owner and will move back to the
Brick City some time.
i im oi? Ih. o mm e :
By trading with the Oca! a
Cash Grocery Company.
Every package guaranteed
A FEW SPECIALS
a Lbs. Best Rice. . . .......
1 Lb. Bliss Coffee Y .
Pint Good Florida Syrup
Irish Potatoes, peck. .......
5 Gallons of Oil.
BACOX, per: pound
Cheese, per pound
Lima Beans, per pound.
Quart Good Florida iSyrup. .
. : ibe
Quart Good Vinegar. ....
EVERYTHING CHEAP H0R
DCALA GASH EnOCERY CO.
"Nert to Burnett's
1 Fort King Atc.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. v-'
,7$ 4 m
o v 8 7 9
iNbr. 0 . ... ..74
20ov. 10. .. .v.. 72
Nov.' 11. ...... 71
Nov. 12. .74
Nov. 13. ; . .76
Nov. 14. .V. .76
Nov. 15. . .. J. 76
Nov. 16. . .77
Nov. ,17. .70
Nov. IS. 7. .69
Nov.- M 9 v t V.- 6 6
Nov. 20. . . .60
Nov. 21. . . ..56
INbv. 22. ;.V.. 62
Nov. .23i . i .68 ?
Nov. i24. .'. . .71
Nov. 25. . 1 . 67
Nov. 26. . . .72
Nov. 27...... v. .74
Rain tonight aridfprobably Sunday
in the extreme northwest portion;
rain tonight; Sunday fair. v
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
y : Blethodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching; subject -"A
Citizen of Zion." -, ;
2:30 -Junior Epworth League.
3 :30 Senior Epworth League.
70 p. m. -Preaching.
All cordially invited to all these
services. Strangers always welcome.
' East Broadway Church
(Roy B. Bowers, Minister)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Lord's supper. Sermon
"The Proverbs of Jesus; ll No pro prophet
phet prophet is acceptable in his own country,
or Familiarity breeds contempt."
- 7:30 p. m. Sermon, "Men and
Dogs." r-:,; ';.:. ';''.C
This church commits itself to the
simple religion of Jesus, and invites
you to walk, with it in this despised
way of the cross. We seek fellowship
with God and an opportunity to serve
men thru Christ. i :
South Carolina R"st Proof
Oats for sale at the Ocala
Ampng the, distinguisiiea guests
tending the fair yesterday were Capt.
Vf, J. HillmanXCol. Cary Hardee, and
Prof. Edwardsof Live Oak. The gen
tlemen expressedthemselves as'great
ly pleased witl
they saw, and are
in love wittiwir pretty city and suj
The only "Hotei on the Square
now offers you the service of its
dining room." Y-jull come again If
you try it. 23-itf
" Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your (prescriptions (her-?.
Bittine & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
..." ; ; '
Mr. Flynn Elliot will not remove his
birds from the fair grounds until
Monday. He will' be out there all
day tomorrow, and will be glad to
show the fowls to all who wish to
see them. The Star can sincerely
counsel everybody to see the birds.
They are some of the prettiest and
most rare ever seen here.
;.Mr. 'Edward Tucker -was Ihost to a
lolly carnival party Wednesday 'eve 'evening,
ning, 'evening, entertaining nearly a dozen
Mr. J. M. Fennell, the farmer-machinist,
was putting a big bale of beg beg-garweed
garweed beg-garweed hay and a chubby bundle of
oats on exhibition at the Board of
Trade this morning. Mr. Fennell won
seven ribbons at the fair, and was al al-most
most al-most too proud to speak to ordi ordinary
nary ordinary folks.
Mr. John T. Lewis, who was an e4sP?" 7"?Z:? n
,i , . .
Friday night for h home at Oklawa Oklawa-ha;
ha; Oklawa-ha; taking with hfm his prize chick chicken,
en, chicken, which won a! firsl prize. This
bird is a fine barred Plymouth Rock,
his mamma sold
0: Eggs of
$200 and his
grandpa for $400T Eggs of the breed
are worth $20 per setxincr. so it is
easy to see that John's fowl is some
L -service at
thTfsHHoTiseotrhlng room is fine,
The proof of the pudding Is in chew-
ing the bag.
New York, Nov. 28. Cotton dull,
two to four points lower. Liverpool
a shade lower, middling 4.48.
Cotton closed steady in New York;
net seven to eleven points lower. De December
cember December 7.30; March 7.52: May 7.50.
Turpentine 471-2 to- ,48;'' rosin
$375. .-i"' A :.
(C ntinued from Page 4)
Christmas R.f driver, Mrs. .A; S. Bur Burgess;
gess; Burgess; Watermelon, driver, Mrs. C. H.
Sprague. Yon by Watermelon sec
ondi Christmas IL. '-
Trotting, 2:18 Class- Best two. in
three heats; purse $100. Entries:
John B., T. F.' Hamlin, driver; Sandy
Kilday, J. L. Ames, driver; Little
Hal, C, M. Hand driver; Hal Pulasld,
D. G. Milton driver. Won by Sandy
Kilday; second, Little HaL ':.
Special Trotting. Race Horses
without records, best two in three,
mile heats; purse $100. Entries: Wa Watermelon,
termelon, Watermelon, S. N. Igou driver; Joe
Chimes, C. H. Sprague driver; Dorris
Douglass, M. R. Yilliams driver.
Won by' Vatermelon; second Joe
Chimes. ' ? "'
I Running Race Half mile dash,
open to all; purse $50.- Entries;
Edna Leska, C. H. Sprague rider;
Little Hal, Berry Carter, rider; Top Top-sie,
sie, Top-sie, Allie Hough rider; Dan Lewis,
Waldo Yishart rider. Won by Edna
Mixed Trotting Race Best three
in five, half mile heats; purra $100.
Entries: Belle McEwen,,Amc driver;
Lady Lucile, Vogt driver Adeline,
Malever driver; Silver Toe dice, Hand
driver. Won by Adeline; second Sil Silver
ver Silver Toodles. .'. :
Pacing Race, 2:40 Class Best
three in five, mile heats; purse. 100.
Entries: Delhi, Vogt driver; Inola P.,
Sprague driver; Empire Canada, C
Ci Thomas t driver; Trank Jc nc r,
Ames driver. Won by Inola. P.; sec second
ond second Empire Canada. ; r
Running Race Half; mile dash;
open to all; purse $50. Entries; Ed Edna
na Edna Leska, Sprague ; rider; Topsie,
Hough rider; Dan Lewis, ,Yaldo
Wishart rider. Won by Edna Leska;
Topsie1 second. ...
';'!, Thursday-' j.";,
.'Trotting t or Pacing RaceBest
three in five heats', open to all; purse
$150. Entries: John .B., George
Brand driver;, Sandy Kilday, Ames
driver; Hal. Pulaski, Milton driver;
Inola P., Vogt driver. Won by sandy,
Kilday; John B.' second.
Trotting Race, 2:20 Class-pBest
three in five, mile heats; purse.. $100;
Entries: Baby 'S.,, Hamlin .driver;
Little Hal, Lockhart driver; Prince
atchen; Milton driver; Delhi, Vogt
river, won Dy caDy o., secona
rince Patchen. (It vas after, the
nish of this race' that Delhi dropped
dead on the track.) .
Running Race Mile dash, purse
$75. Entries: Pet, J. M., Rogers rid rider
er rider ; Edna Leska, Sprague rider ; Topr
sie, Allie Hough rider; Dan Lewis,
Wishart rider. Won by Edna Leska;
Dan Lewis second. V f -'::"VV.;(--Friday-
Running r Race- Mile dash, purse
$60. Entries: 'Pet, : Rogers rider;
Edna .Leska, Sprague rider; Topsie,
Hough rider; Dan Lewis, Wishart
rider. Won by Dan Lewis ; Edna
Leska ( second. ; ;
Special Trotting Race Best three
in five, mile heats; pursue $100. En Entries:,
tries:, Entries:, Western Belle, Ames driver;
Frank Jones, Blackiston driver; Em Empire
pire Empire Canada, Thomas driver; Water Watermelon,
melon, Watermelon, Igou driver. Won by Empire
Canada; second Frank Jones.
Special Pacing Race-rBest two in
three, mile heats ; ; purse $100. ; En Entries:
tries: Entries: R. ;P. Little, Lockhart driver;
Silver Toodles, Hand driver; Joe
Chimes, Sprague ; driver; Adeline,
Malever' driver. Won by Joe Chimes!;
R. P. Little second.
The Star didn't know that M. K.
Robinson could shoot a gun, but had
to change its mind when he brought
it in two fine quail this morning, a
part of the result of his hunt yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, in which lie tramped twenty
miles and killed the limit. The dry
weather is making hunting arduous
ihle to eaten wie sccui. u wen. uu-
nk Jim" is some distressed over the
reduction of his favorite tram to a
tri-weekly, but says he can see by
perplnal observation that the people
havl not been patronizing it suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently to warrant running it every
Mr. Oscar M. Eaton, one of : the
builders of the thrifty city of Lake-j
land, spent yesterday and last night
in the city, visiting
the lair ana
, ... -xa
shaking hands touw many iiicuua.
Mr. Eaton lived in Ocala for several
The hih standard this bank has set :for itself in the
ness a protection to its depositors' in every emergency l
;Stances, - - -v'
We invite you to make this bank your bank anci
it gies to its depositors,
ACTIVE. -U. fS.
r o m 9 9 0
years and ran the Hcir.csassa trzAn
out of here, and there never .was -a
more popular conductor. He has dene
well in a business way since going to
Lakeland, and is bne of the bect fixed
men financially in that city. Mr.
Eaton was.. a guest cf the Ilarrhton
Hall while' here. .
Mr. Flynn Elliott has been inform informed
ed informed that he has lost out by not hav having
ing having a few crows' among his prize
birds. He would be able to dispose of
them to advantage to some of cur
local politicians tibout Dec. 9. ; ''
Judging by the number of joy pack packages
ages packages we saw on the Southern ; Ex Express
press Express Company's wagons to .lay,
Ocala will be the dry est tov.-n be between
tween between .Jacksonville end St. Pct--rs-burg
'(it? tit n a : i m
Oca several vcchs ago ,v;ith hlz
family to make this city his home,
has rented Mr. Y, .J. Frink'q nev
hou-3, No. G23 North Magnolia 'street,
and will commence h otic cheeping c-.t
once. -Mr. Driggers iz trr.vdlr.;; for
the Star Piano Company cf
mend, Irid., and later, on hi:
will put in a stock of goods in Ocal.:.
iilr. J. Xv. I52rc7,r
profitable returns frcm hxz little fa:
cut on the Silver Spring2." lie "is
using in the Merchant's Cafi r'
fine porkj mix, butter, cgo n-.
etables from the farm.
TO THE SHIPPING PUi:LI
The sixth paragraph of ,c?;:.hi!e
"A" of the Act of Congrccr, entitled
"An Act to Increase Internal Revenue
and for other .purposes," apiroved
October 22nd, 1914, effective on and
after December 1st, 1914, generally
known as the "Yar Revenue Act,"
provides that- shippers must attach
and cancel to every bill (of lading is issued
sued issued by the transportation company
a revenue stamp of the value cf 1
cent. Shippers, will please bear this
in mind and supply themselves with
these stamps, as on and after Dec December
ember December Jlst, we cannot accept any ship ship-or
or ship-or issue, any bill of lading unless
shippers procure the necessary rev revenue
enue revenue stamps and aflix them to the
bill of lading and cancel same."
Z. F. Thompson, Agt.,
, A. C. L. & O. S. W. Rys.
' Sidney. Haile, Agt.,
' S. A. L. & O. N. Rys.
.'v'-v. 'f .V'-.''-' '' 1 "" '' '" 'fy
Seventeen pounds of suar for $1
with cash purchase of $1 worth of
other -groceries, (Saturday and Men Men-day
day Men-day .only. Smith Grocery CoV-3t
J.Ir. George McGahaign is visiting
his Ocala friends.
"Remember during the holiday sea season
son season you will feel better if your pa papers
pers papers are filed in a '. Globe-Wernicke
cabinet1 The Murray Co. 26-3t
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent, drug druggists
gists druggists and T,ith absolutely fresh
drugs. ; 2-Ct
"Whole -wheat bread made under a
new process, wrapped in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery., 17-tf..
FOR SALE Ten room house and
five room house, each with bath,
Nos. 302 and 306,. South Fourth
. street, east; both now rented. Price
for two, $4000; cash 2000, balance
t on. time, or will sell separately. C.
T. Thomas, Clearwater, Fla. 23-6t
! OPEN DAY AND THCIIT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. 4cpct
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
fit any hour. Adv.
1 11 v
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 1 11-6.
OPEN DAaf ATTD mGIIT
MmTiant'js Caf. A- CI. Tj. ifenot
corner. .Meais a ja carte ana lTmcnes
at any iour.Adv.
s a 999 o66ooec
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9 9 9 9 9 9 9
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-;" Jm sfeiw hwiy aifeto life.
J Corafortabje rooms, good rr.srJ
. land a warm rclcorrit
! i t
thorough!)' modern and upt:
Binks, court houss. clubs, etorcr'pos:
otlice a d other, public buiiU.'-g re tear
the ILllsboro many cf thc:i cr th3
street or just arourJ the corner. ITrect
street car servicn to U-Ica Station, His. J.
barrage to &r.d :'roci boats srri tri!.i3 t'r-
t cf cbar?. Tortirs meet ail trains.
I j '::eccpmmodaticos csa be l?ea if yc'ti ttr;
I : f " V .''.'V i : .' ,'-V"' f TIPIT 1 iTfl"
'Boardman, Cov.- 2C.
Sampron cf Quiney and -r
the Campion Gro'e Co., ml,
. -. v . '. .r .. 1
few days ao to" tup -rlr.tcLd
picking, paeliin. and ihipping cf
large crop of oranges. So Hoard :r.-. i
is all hustle no?., with her .lar;:--:
packing-hcu:o in operation and v;e
are all glad to. sea It.
ftlr. and Mrs. J. W. McCarley cf
Perry came over Ias .week for a
visit to the former's parents, iMr. and
Mrs. J. 1. McCarley, and also visit
the Marion-Sumter Fair.
Mrs. B. B. Keep spent 'several
days of last week. In Gainesville visiting-
relative: and. attending the
Alachua County Fair. Gho -Tcports
the" fair, as being quite a success.
. Air. Grady fllarfin Kit Fine has been
a visitor for the past few days, -it
the home of Dir. and Irs.: ZZ. D.
Boyer, rHe left for horn 3 -Monday
accompanied sby Olisses illc::tf!r and
Rachel Boyei who vill cptnd
Thanksgiving In that section.
Airs. B. Keep and Mrs. Andrew
J. Hall were .shopping in Olclntoch
Mr. 'Emcrscn and son Carroll of
Tacoma, were Sunday visitors to Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Reed.
ttr. mn. crn t. .il
1 vv e aearu mill aui.; uxiss icjiuiueia
CFarnbach Is quite ill at the home of
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9 99 9
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visiting, tbe .former's :
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tl-r an.I 'epent "the aft
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t -the est
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Court Phanr. r.
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