The Ocala evening star

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
System ID:
UF00075908:03942

Related Items

Related Items:
Ocala weekly star

Full Text
ihf

! H y1, i .-

v.. l t i f
Ml I
7i
i i

1

I.
i
i
! v
! '.
I

VOL. 21.

IF FT3

CV" '!
i"
ill

WE
nil

billillllJ

1 Lhiihl

flnnicp. nc fiiippia nnm n
JiUUILil Ut irJOUlil UVi'iL hi
Petrog.rad, Nov. 0 It is officially
nnnotncfitl' todiij' tla; the left wing
of th(! Gir.:nan.?,.iri Poland, is fleeing
toward .!?nrn from nhe Gombin re re-gion.
gion. re-gion. Tlie reverses sdfTercd by.Gcr by.Gcr-mans;
mans; by.Gcr-mans; at Lodz rivals the worst do do-feat
feat do-feat of thi; French dcring the H&ri-
leonic.ivara
AUSTOIANS DRIVEN BACK
V CRACOW
Gil
The Auiitirian c.rmy ii West Galcb,
I'Etwecii ;r:ssmy:l amt Cracow', is
completely .shattured. Cracow will
:rxm be invutted un!sj;s the Austnans
t!.:cide notM'. defmid ib.il fortress.'.
CHASIN.; TUItkS TD EZERUM'V"
Strong pi'.t!ition at iKaprHrsi,. : in
Turkish Ariiwnia, h&ve been j c(j p p-tunul
tunul p-tunul frcm the Ottomans, who t re
fleiir,? in diVsordcr to Kzerum ith
tho Russianti iilosdy lmrsuinj? thern
and inflicting' .fiTeaf. losses.
GEIULAN'S IV. HOP ?l()RE ... BOMJ13
ISr.:WAIfc5AV:-:
1
In the hist trs76 days German avi aviators
ators aviators have dropped bombs J in Sgieri,
V-owicz, Plock iind Vaisi.w, killing
twenty and wounding forty non-com
htitants. v. .
GERMAN RIGEr WING CUT OFF
It jb officially reported that the
German right wing" in South Poland
has been complet tly cut off with enor enormous
mous enormous 16 rues, particularly in prision-
ers. .-f ::':4v
ill!
nunn
SERVJA MEETING AUSTRIAN
ATTACKS WITH WOMEN
SOLDIEKS
Vienna, Nov. 30.- HEavy losses py
the Servians in their defeat by the
Austrians has forced them to fill the
gaps in their ranks Tnth women.
Among the dead left on the field after
the fighting on the Kolubara river,
many women were 'found.
THE PLACE TO FIND
REVENUE STAMPS
For the convenience of the public,
revenue stamps will be kept on sale
by the Murray Company. The stamp
tax will be effective Dec. 1st.

M.

I
1
1
niipi
you nil
t

I IE

0
TO!?

m as

HIEEDSCF TOIJAY THOSE OF THEin AnCESTORS OF A

II LII
BERLIN CLAIIS GREAT SUCCESS
IN A POLAND BATTLE
'Berlin, Mo v. 30.It is officially an an-nciinced
nciinced an-nciinced tbfit 6500 Russians, includ including,
ing, including, two g(riera!s were captured by
the1 GermailiS at the battle of Kutho
in Poland
FLEBMOD FAQAT1ES
SJIYilNA CltOWDED WITH CHRIS-
VTIANii-ESCAPING. FROM
i iTURltilSH SOLDIERS
?v Athtfiisj-NoV': 30. A dispatch from
Mityletie repitts Smyrna crowded
with Christian; refugees fleeing from
the Turks, wl have been -incited to
massacre by falling a "Holy War."
Two jChristins were killed at the
village if:01uVak.-' : ;
The i jmericaU cruiser :A Tennessee
remainsiut Chi)5'. - 5 l 5
-.--H 1
MASONS WI1L RAISE MONEY
Oldest Fraternal Organization Will
Help Feed Uhe Hungry of
v Europe
Cincinntti, Noyv 30.- At a meeting
of prominent Ma'tpns from all over
the country here "J'ast night a move movement
ment movement was launched to secure funds
for war sutferers in Europe. Forty Forty-six
six Forty-six of the fo.rty-nin5 grand command commanders
ers commanders of the country expressed their ap approval
proval approval of. tht plan.; The other three
have not been heard from. It is es estimated
timated estimated there are V, 580,000- Masons
in the United States and it is hoped to
secure at leasi; one dollar each from
them. This city will be made the
headquarters for collect ion and distri distribution
bution distribution of the money which will be
sent to the grand lodges of the
countries at war. Relief will notvbe
confined to Ma sons or their families.
BRAVE QUEEN OF BELGIUM
"Sick with Trouble ami Hard Work
in the Red Cross Service
Rotterdam, Nov. 30. X news dis dispatch
patch dispatch states that Queen Elizabeth of

WM RUSSIANS
IllOTIIB

FROM NOWON PRICES WILL

We will Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen Housej Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped Vith a Guarantee

O iJe Ail WOOL

WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE 015 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.

OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30,

im
zJ
Belgium is ill in a hospital as the
result of overwork in the Red Cross
service.
TREMENDOUS : NUMBER OF
RUSSIANS IS TELLING
Austria and Germany Realize that
their Peril is Imtminent
Chicago, Nov. 29. Holger R. An An-g
g An-g elo, in a special Marconi gram to the
Daily News, sayj under Copenhagen
date:
. "Forv fourteen days no dispatch has
passed the censor about the situation
in Russian Poland except the short
and significant o:3icial reports which'
have been publhihed. Now private
elegrams reach Copenhag en acknowl acknowl-edging
edging acknowl-edging that the Russians have receiv received
ed received enormous reinforcements and that
the Germans, so far, have been un un-ai
ai un-ai tie to break the Russian -lines. It is
s tated that the Germans? and Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians are attacking with violent en
enry, realizing tha t this is one of the
"w ar's decisive bat ties. G ineral Von
Hindenberg's army has bet ri reinforc reinforced
ed reinforced by a great nuiaber of the young younger
er younger German troops. As many as can
bo spared of : the reserve v troops : and
ol the wounded who have recovered
ai e being sent froii the garrison's to
th as East as fast as possible. i
"The Germans at present do not
dam to remove troops from the East Eastern
ern Eastern battle front to France' and Bel
gium
W1LMER WIllL TRAIN RUSSIANS
1 TO USE THEIi: WINGS
American Aviator has Become One
of the Czar's Air Fleet Admirals
Decatur, 111., Nov. 29. C. c Wil-
I mer, tv Curtiss aviator, "formerly of
this ci ty, has sailed from Vancouver,
according to word reaching hi 5 friends
here to take charge of the Russian
aeropU.ne fleet. He tiok wifJa him
200 new machines, tie building of
which "he has been, superint ending.
Wilmer was the first" aviator id fly
a machine in Russia and was the
instructor of practically all Russian
aviators three years' ago. I v
r -'V...-' ;V
RAIDED AMERICAN RANCHES
Soldiers of Villa on the Border Riding
on the Wrong Side
Naco, Nov. 30.- The American mil military
itary military authorities were notified today
that detachments of Villa's soldiers
raided ranches on the American side
Saturday night, driving off cattle.
WE MAKE A
: ::v;

11
vi u u

I

Inu Aih r-i!l

i i 1
1
fi
far"?
o
II!
y
I--
l". Illiii M v'i
w
3
w i 4 i I
"Hi
I i r.il'- i
HI
MM
U Li Ls VJ L3 Ol U
V
via;
"
t 1
n
f
n n
Hi
III
Ml
- i i
Coast Line Trains to Run for Ccnven Ccnven-ience
ience Ccnven-ience of Pesple in Three
; -' Comities
Secretary Roonoy returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday 'night from a meeting at Palatka,
which was attended by members of
the boards of trade of Marion coun county,
ty, county, Gainesville, Hawthorne and Pa Palatka.
latka. Palatka. The meeting was ; called to
straighten out. the new train service,
which has incommoded the people in
West Alachua county as much as it
has seived those of other sections.
It was decided to- ,run the trains
from Wilcox to. Ooala and from, Pa Palatka
latka Palatka to Gainssville, instead of vice
versa, is at present. Trains will
reach Oeala later and leave earlier,
but will give people from the north northern
ern northern part .f the county five or six
hours it the city, Which will be all
tfiey require. Connection to and from
Palatka will bo made at .Rochelle,
and the people of West Alachua will
again hive their convenient schedule
to their county sea
We a n always work things out
right when we go about them in the
right sprit.
RCQI(0
1EAG
KAISER'S MEN ADMIT CZAR'S
, SQLDS ARE UNCOSiFOR UNCOSiFOR-A
A UNCOSiFOR-A "I -T ABLY CLOSE
' Berlin, Nov. 30. (Official The
Russians have ritached'the Angerap
river, twenty eight miles west of the
East Prussian frontier. The Rus
sians attacked Drakemen but were
repulsed. Nothing worthy of note in
the western theater of wan-
SWEPT "OVERBOARD
. BY A HEAVY SEA
Morgan Line Steamer Momtis- Cap Cap-.
. Cap-. tiin is Missing
New Orleans, Nov. J 30. With the
arrival tcday cf the steamship
Momus, of the lilorgan Line, from
New Yorlc, it becami! knoivn that
Captain John Bojd, aged sixty-two,
disappeared from the vessel in pass passing
ing passing Dry Tortugas Sunday morning,
during a he ivy gale.
COMMITTEE .'RETURNED
i FROM THE CANAL
Congressmeii Inspected the Big Ditch
' From Panama to Colon
New York, Nov. : 30. The mem members
bers members of the house committee on ap appropriations
propriations appropriations ieturne.1 tcday from the
Panama Canal Zone on the steam steamship
ship steamship A ncona. The 'committee1 in inspected
spected inspected the entire works of the ca canal.
nal. canal.
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocai'a (House? You'll never know
how goot it is till yof? do so. 23-tf
SPECS ALTY -OF

RANGE FRdr.l 025 AMD'. UP

: -. : rV:'.:.': ir r
EM M.

1914

."iu

ill
l!
u LS
I -1L. J
j r-
i i lit.
;
;?!!
F t 1 1 r I i I I ( B I
u 1 ill II I 1 I J I I
y iyll
Liillii-. ii
II Ml II I f I I 1 HI
Paris, ricv. CO. The Germans ere
now on the defensive in Belgium, it
is oHlcially announced this aftemccn.
The enemy's, artillery,, fire -is weaker
and the French' have mads prepress
in some places. The intermittent
bombardment against Soisons is bo bo-ing
ing bo-ing kept up; by the Gcrr.sr.3,'. Tl:2
French have repulsed a number cf at attacks
tacks attacks in the lArgorines: The French
troops in the : forests of Apremont
have been bombarded by th Germans
without success. A thick fog prevails
on the heights of the Mease,
RUSHING UP HEAVY REIN
FORCEMENTS
.Paris, Nov. '23J- -Tho arrival cf
heavy reinforcements cf frcch British
troops in northern Francs and West
Flanders is ths signal for a determin determined
ed determined offensive movement. Ths allicc
are starting' a vigorous prce-iure
against the' Germans near -"Yprc
alone the 'Somme river, north of th
Aisne, between Vailly and Berry aubac
and at points in the Argon:aejj and
Vosgs. A vigorous artillery battle
continues night" ar:d day bstwesn Ar Arras
ras Arras iE.nd .Bethune. Both town:i and
villages along the line have been ras rased
ed rased and are a mass of ruins. Between
Rossicres and Peronne, the allies
drove!, the Germans from,, trenches,
though sustaining, terrific losses from
German machine guns.
INDICTJIENT UPHELD
George Henry Must Testify or Go to
. t Jail
Washington, Nov. 30. The United
States supreme court today upheld
the indictment against George '.Hen '.Henry,
ry, '.Henry, the banker, who refused to testify
before the congressional money trust
committee. a j
OVER TWO MILLION APIECE
Big Increase of Funds for the Doz Doz-v
v Doz-v en Reserve Banks
Washington,. Nov. 29.The state statement
ment statement of the condition of the twelve
Federal Banks issued yesterday and
showing operations up to the close of
business yesterday discloses that the
resources of the banks have increas increased
ed increased in one week about 23,000,000.
We are felling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price,
Two 2 Sets or tvcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-"l-tf-t
South Carolina Rst Procf I3e?d
Oats for sale at the Ocala J5eed
Store. "H-.26-f I

I i I
II" nv
hi i s

4nm iiin NaaMiHr'11

s

I

!

t... i.
. i
... y iid ) k
I ' Hi- i- Fli f f i
i i k i ft -i tn tm
i:
LuJ A m tuA h.m W at fct (
niGiirT authority; d::cib::t)
. LA VILL HOLD
'Yr.sh::y;tcnp Nov. CO. Tho 1' t
caL2 cf tl.2 Cl.lahoma Jim Cro I.-,
requiring raiirca'd3 to provide ::r ::r-arato
arato ::r-arato -ccaches for whit 3 and ncrc::,
;.i3 dic."r.:::.::,d by tha cupr:;- ccurt
today. ;Tho lo;vcr courts htli tl.j lv
to, be valid.
BLIND TIG Ell CABS
ziy battle
rt i
Oct.i- rs-s'' 'o 7,
Wti X i-;- .i, i 4L-V4, tUi i 4 l 1 i i i V ;. 4
Art T-fi Ti-T" r" Tf-..,.s -.
vas badly -can led trying-to
Burl;, who ,-z.3 'conductin-r a hV.
tirrer, t Ihul: became cngc;-:-! i-r
day inr. rv.n fcr.tt:2 vith B L'?-
hU wile in Ilamrr.Lt'o t-.nt. Aii tliitj
were badly. wounded.
, - ., .... i -. .
Department cf Agriculturs DcHr.it o o-Jy
Jy o-Jy Settles tLo Status cf
Citrus Fruit
WashingtOxi,Nov. 20. Dcur.ir.,,' t!;3
minimum of sweetness tL'at or.-.r:;;
must .'attain on the trco, if l-t-r
sweatCn,? ir, not to hi 1 ta cc;::::.l
inferiority, the 'JL-partJiicnt cf
culturB yesterday anncur.cid it "con "considers
siders "considers orange 3 to be immature if th?. th?.-juice
juice th?.-juice dees not contain rolv.blj l-IMj
to or in excees of eight part.? to every
part of acid contained in the juic
the acidity to be calculated ar, .citric
acid .without water cr -crystallization.'
This flecision was made to prevent
the interstate shipment of imrviture;
citrus fruit colored by sweat or
exposure in warm, moi?t r.ir to an
extent that will conceal its inferior inferiority.
ity. inferiority. The regulation may' t.c mad 2
more stringent after furthot investi investigation,
gation, investigation, the department anncunccd.
Whole 'iwh eat brcr.d made uii ler a"
new process, wrapped in clicclior clicclior-board
board clicclior-board paijer, 5 atd 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyrppeli,
try thi3. Carter's Bakery." 17-tf
II
-1 r. .
-' -f f



OCALA EVENING STAR, BIONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
1. II- Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor f

of Eric Lynn, who "didn't know it
was loaded," brought in a verdict de declaring
claring declaring the killing to be murder in
the second degree. The circum circumstances
stances circumstances of the killing are described in

the navy, or at a naval station, t or
at any place where persons belong belonging
ing belonging to the naval service, men pres present
ent present in their official capacity, or pres

ent unofficially, but in uniform, all of-

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter.

PHOXE 51

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .
Six months; in advance. .
.Tfiree months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Foreign)
. .$5.00 One year- in advance. ..'.. .$8.00
... 2.50 Six months, in advance. ... 4.25

1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
.50 One month, in advance. . . .80

a dispatch elsewhere. The verdict of fleers and enlisted men present shall

the coroner's jury is just more so I stand at attention, facing the col

tnan the verdict ol the "; jury m the ors, or n no colors, the music, re-

circuit court is likely to be. When 1 taining that position until the last

Lynn pointed what he believed to be note, and if covered, salute.

an empty gun- at the little boy and

It

pulled the trigger, he wa3 breaking
a law and committing a criminally

foolish act. The fact that he "didn't

mean .to" did not in the least lighten

the consequences of his act and
shouldn't lighten the punishment.

BUY A BOX

T

y
y

I Am:

iTKAinO'UL

The fate of Germany's merchant
ships should make- America conser conservative
vative conservative about building up a great com commercial
mercial commercial marine.

It was the opinion of the judges
that Marion made, the best poultry
show this year in four years. Inter Interest
est Interest in fine poultryis steadily increas increasing
ing increasing in our county.
Prof. C. K. McQuarrie of the gov government'
ernment' government' experiment station, who was
In attendance on, our fair, says that
Marlon made the best exhibit of corn
Tie saw this season.

Jacksonville and Atlanta autoists
.are trying to mark out a more direct
route between their' cities than the
one by Live Oak, which causes them
to go too far to the west.

Among the visitors to the fair was
Bin Paul H. Nisle, the hardworking
editor of the Dunnellon Advocate. Mr.
Hisle was much pleased with the fair.
He was a welcome caller at the Star
cilice.

Boh McNamee of Dixie says that
the legislature, thru its stinginess
imd carelessness, is to blame for the
3Irianna tragedy. If the blame can
xb& definitely traced to any pne man,
he should be hung.

Suez canal. It is certain that before
the Turks are able to reach the canal,
they will have a stiff fight, and even
if they block it they will not harm

the British much. As long as the

British hold Egypt, transports and

provision ships can come up the Red

Sea to Suez, and from there send
troops and provisions from India and

Australia by rail to Alexandria or
Port Said, to take ship again for
Britain. Blocking the canal would
delay communication by a few days

only. ;

THE STAR'S NEW DRESS

The Star has just bought and put
to work in its linotype a new font of
8-point Century expanded type, with

Century bold headletter. In the opin opinion
ion opinion of typographical experts, it is the
best dress of type for a paper of this

size. 1

In consequence of this new dress,

the Star has for sale a good second

hand font of mats, which it will sell

cheap. If any paper in this territory

wants a good font of 8-point, special

ly adapted for newspaper work and
in fair shape for book work, it can
obtain a bargain by calling on the
Star. '" :

it-

CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM

The

The Star must endorse the follow

ing from the- Kissimmee Valley Ga Gazette:
zette: Gazette: f: :: .V.:-;; l ;.,

"We want to see the city of Wau-

chula collect that foolish knocker

... 7 ... I quite probable that a quarter of

way is sunenng irora airaiaoiuie-i

truth. ;

"There isn't a town in the United
States that doesn't need its co-called
'knockers!' They are the fellows, who
criticise public officials, when lax in

the performance of their duties. They
are the fellows who see the unpro unpro-gressiveness
gressiveness unpro-gressiveness of a town and tell it, and
in this way arouse the pride of the
'let-well-enough-alone' citizen into
doing something for the upbuilding
of his home town.
"We need constructive criticism all
the time. It's the thing that keeps
civic pride alive and keeps i us on
edge. When a town gets to a point
where it can't stand constructive
criticism, it's time to pack up yout
belongings and move."

This

CiUOS I

X

V

r

i'

;'''

y
.

-

GREEK AGAINST GREEK

In these days, when all the South
and part of the North, is being so
earnestly advised, to "buy a bale," the
following from the Times-TJnion goes

direct to our own people:
"Buy a box t of citrus fruit,
is the advice of the women's
of Florida, and is good advice

Christmas season is

and the large majority of the peo

pie of Florida have near relatives or

close friends in other states. It is

- ...

a

million Christmas presents will go

out of Florida, and probably as many

will, come in. If presents we send

but are typical of Florida, those whojX

receive them will value them the

more on that account. .,
"A barrel of apples, from a Michi

gan man would be more appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated by 'his Florida friend than a box

of oranges or anything not grown in

Michigan would be. There is seme seme-thing
thing seme-thing in the feeling that they are
direct from the orchard that would

increase the appreciation and en

ibvment of them. The same would

be true of a box of oranges or grap
fruit sent from Florida.

"It is not amiss to mix a little

selfishness with a gift, if the gift los

es nothing by it certainly not if the
gift is enhanced in value by reason
of the mixture. The selfishness

that would go ,out with these gifts

would not be of the sordid personal

v- f J
""""::!! y J 1 i-Vrp ,v:; 1
'"n ' 1' f
'.vi X "' ::.'' -' -
y.-h'Vj- I "J I f y 'ff y '' '

t

A":
h :

f-

WE SELTi CARVING KNIVES

THANKS GIVING IIIIID. YOU WILL
YOU IIAVI NICE, NEV' TABLE CL"

THAT

AVIITi

JOl

CAE

.

7'AYING

J Jk .J

L

ou:

WE DO NO EIIARP PRACTICi: ,1.

.KOT'rtJGGIiE"- PRICES; UP ; AN.D-'DOWX 1
;'CUST03nniS'IIlLY-:A.:I);'i:QUAIICIiT.

MB

4 i

THIS IS
MUNrxv.

WHY WE HAVE THE CONFIX ::."CE i

mmmmmmmet

V w mwinilwuilMillllnllIM i Will lillllliiiill T'TiiHii' Wi nftf iff'rr
y li Jul ii .-U'i'i"
y"v -"-vV 4; v 'i. ;

w0 : jim

MSB

It is reported to the American re relief
lief relief commission in London that what
few people remain in Louvain are

d'A Ibottle of whisky m one, pocket starving and living in ruins. It is

and ja pistol m another have long i also reported that people in many and to shoot: and. when we had 1 earn-

been among the staple unnecessaries parts of Belgium are so desperate e(j it was a case of Greek meeting

of a backwoods Christmas. They are from hunger that they are likely to Greek, with the result that ttieTvic ttieTvic-becoming
becoming ttieTvic-becoming scarcer, but they are yet attack the German garrisons in the tory went to the side that had the

xk prevalent. attempt to obtain food. The Star most Greeks." i

finds it rather difficult to believe Mr. Haves' -comnarisnn will nrnha-

Rutherford B. Hayes, while presi

dent of the United States, made at kind .In fact it mi ht better be g

least one remarK curing nis xeri termed patriotism. By shipping Flor- ZZ:":

tnat snouia oe nistoric. "vvnen tne ida producs as gifts we vrould in.

civil war Degan,', ne said, wnen aa- crease the prosperity of the state.

aressmg an auuience aunng ms "The Florida orange is pretty
pnnlltaTO tnn ir 1 Q7SJ ''rrrvii pai i

DUuMiH wu. ,u ovuwu- wjdely appreciated. When it is
ers could ride and shoot better than known as without a rival, butchers
we, and you got-the best of us. As are manY markets in the United

the war went on, we learned to ride states that the finest Florida oranjre

never reaches. In such they will

H

prove a revelation, andiwill result in
a demand for more Florida fruit.
"The. grapefruit is on-the bill of
fare of all the best hotels, but there
are many people in the United States

who know nothing of it. This the

The differences between the man-1 that the Germans are allowing these bly fit the European war. i At the

rgements ,of ninety-eight western people to starve to death. It may be beginning, the Germans had the best Unest table fruit can be obtained

e DUl Ainericitn buuum ,buiu training, and ent ahead. Uut light- 6nly in Florida, and when the people
judgment until it is proven. inz and marchins is increasing the

emciency oi tneir opponents, ana oe- they are with the orange, much more
ill i .. ... ... .

railroads and 55.000 of their em

ployes will be laid before the fed fed-,
, fed-, cral board of arbitration in Washing-

IDispatch in the Savannah News

.C32F7S people are wearing straw hats

: m Wavcross. Such a common, all-

The Southern Health Exhibition, fore long it will be Greek' against grapefruit than oranges will be ship-

the greatest thing of its kind ever Greek, with the victory going to the! ped from Florida. We do an act of
held in the Southern states, is now bigger crowd of Greeks. Ildnrlnpc! w nnr friend xahe-n rA.

open in Jacksonville. Up to Satur- T 1 ucate them to the

ucate them to the use of the best

day night exhibits were being install- The people of Switzerland announce I thin irs and we do a eood thinir bv the

' .,. T-1 J- I . I .. ... . I '

a'xcfi-yeaT-rouna tning in rionaa, no- ed and arranged. During the course that tney will snoot at foreign -avia-1 state they will have to ret them

tscity notices it. borne newspaper men j 0f the night several hundred resi- tors who, fly over their territory. This (from when thev learn to annreciate

tune only straw nats to wear at any i dents of the city visited the exhibit, declaration is in consequence of the them at their true value."

time.

The Boston school board has decid-

cci tnat Jiy uiu xenvuctt.

ictl "Massa's in the Cold, Cold

The show demonstrates what is being (recent raid by French and British

done for the sake of the public health J airmen, who steered their machines

in many sections of the Souths Other across Switzerland in order to drop

The loaded gun is a bad thing for
. y.

a citizen ana a Dig army ana navy

exhibits will be added to the collec- bombs on the German airship factory eQ1JiDDed s the worst thin- a

uon loaay. vt n. r. YYaii oi ucaia uy lie uusiance. ah aviawr, now firm Vva Titrlr-nnvi1lA Rtnt

Ground" are insults to the negro jis one of the interested visitors to ever, who will take part in such a rri,rt o u,t n i00j0j w

is a mighty good thing for -a citizen
to have when he runs into a tough
crowd, and an adequate army and

navy is necessary m a woria wnere

rvt "jt .M 1 . m

2Zizz xnis is anotner proox ox uie tne iair.

25k1 that a solemn fool is worse than

- t i

a ciampnooi. ine report tnat Kussian regiments nies over tne territory oi a neutral.

raid on the enemy isn't likely to be
deterred by shots fired at him as he

-

have been seen lined up with the Ser-

Tte Pal atka News says that Ion L. vians is probably akin to the rumor Whatever else may be said about I the strongest nations treat solemn

Axons win De governor ox r lontia i tnat tne czar naa sent several army i mm, raiser urn seems to De getting treaties as "scraps of paper."

- S!3n:.e aay. ion is an ex-ucaian, auu corps arouna oy Arcnangei ana tne i out wnere me Dunets are wnistnng, a

long as he doesn't run against North Cape to join the British and thing no other monarch dares to do.

2!S

TFIU Knott, he would stand a good

efcance of carrying Marion county.

A fire at Zolfo a few nights ago
iaitroyed the plant of the Zolfo

"atnith, but G. W. Adams, the hustling the Roumanians permitted this, they

French in Belgium. The only way J acksonvillex Metropolis.

Russian troops could reach Servian Evidently the editor of the Metrop-

territory would be by going up the olis hasn't been reading his own press;

Danube, which runs some hundreds dispatches about Albert of Belgium.

of miles thru Roumanian territory. If

1 he "istate," J acksonville's new

CLEARWATER ESCAPED
THE KILLING COLD

2cPor of that live sheet, will soon be might as well line up with the allies weekly paper, has developed jnto a

jpnntmg his paper on a larger scale, against Austria and Germany. genuine magazine, it is an aggres

sive publication, and while -we do not

A natural scap tree has been dis- George Fred Williams says if lie always agree with it, we admire the

covered in Ocala. Hereafter any had been possessed of 325,000, he J spirit which it stands up for what

1 coh or bubbles that come from that might have been king of Albania. If it Relieves to be right.

-dinjction will be understood. Miami we had $25,000, we wouldn't want to

3Ietropolis. bother about kincriner it over Al-

31ie froth ard bubbles that come bania or any other place.

ffrcm 3iliami do not have anything

All, over the state they are telling
of the loss of poinsettias by the re-

centveold snap. Here in Clearwater

the streets and yards are ablaze with
their brilliant red. Clearwater i s

practically immune from killing

frosts. -Clearwater Sun.'

TO THE SHIPPING PUBLIC

i3lcut them as wholesome as" soap.

George F Porter, special corre

spondent of Harper's Weekly, says of
the conditions at Antwerp :
"Three conditions will prevent for

inhabitants:

Jib w

"ACCURACY" IS THE FIRST QUALITY THi:, WATCHES AIHi
CLOCKS WS HANDIiE CMUST "PUNCTUALITY". I.'
TIE! ONE BEST EEC 3 ON TO TEACH YOUR CHILDREN.' 'OUT:
ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET T:r"M TO ZZr.COTj ,ON
TIME. Gira YOUR "LITTLE BOY OR GIRL A WATCH.

YOU 'RE-

NT CAN PLCVGE THEM CO CIUCH. DON

iSO PR

-MEIXIBER IIOW PROUD "Y$U

WATCH? WE lIAVp MANY CICDELS

FOR LITTLE T.IONEY, W1LI

.TTfl.

or

"YOUR

OUCH

'IvJLt'ii P 1 HE

TH

0 Lai)

A

-8

!! Jl

The tragedy of Friday afternoon

resulting in the death of an eight- Icing the return of the

A Chicago newspaper ; says that year-old boy, should be a lessen for 1 the fear of the Germans, the lack of

be' easiest way to stop the war in the community. Boys should not pos-f supplies, the lack of water. The first

lElirope would be for all the soldiers sess fire arms of any sort, kind'or de-1 is probably unfounded. From, the
turn around and go back home, scrintion. Orlando Sentinel. I stories of the citizens and from all

Tbs Star suggested that move last That is where vou are dead wronisr. appearances the Germans have behav-

Sti.itember, but no attention was paid Boys should be taught to handle fire) ed extremejy well. There was no

la it, and we tear our Chicago con-J arms as soon as possible. If a boy is 1 arrogance or unkindness in their at-

carefully instructed what to do 'with titrde."

a gun, he will not let it point at a

Eiiporary will have no better luck.

TJeadlng the oditorials of some of
zh&: papers we should judge that the
people of those communities have to
pay extra to get shaved because their
Ji.ce s must be so long. Clearwater
'Sun.'.' v ..
Well bet you haven't read any such

jeremiads in the Star.
A citizen came in Saturday and
bcraght all the remaining papers con con-ttnining
ttnining con-ttnining Allan Rogers' article on "Get "Get-.Itttz
.Itttz "Get-.Itttz Him Coming and Going." He
says It is time that the f acts contain contain-1
1 contain-1 therein were fully hammered into
Hie lieads of the people of Florida.

friend, let alone point it at him in- Almost anyone would rather be be-tentionally.
tentionally. be-tentionally. Might as "well not let a lieve that Adam Boggs and his daugh daugh-Loy
Loy daugh-Loy swim, ride a horse or run an auto ter met death in their home near Ml Ml-as
as Ml-as keep him from handling a gun. Its ami by accident rather than murder,
better to have a boy killed once in It is sickeniner to realize that such a

1

avhile than try to bring up a nation crime has been committed. It is the

belief of the Dade county officers,
however, that the occurrence was a

Mexico double murder, and arrests are ex-

cr sissies.

The sixth paragraph of schedule

"A" of the Act of Congress, entitled

"Ah Act to Increase Internal Revenue

'October 22nd. 1914. effective oh and

after December 1st, 1914, generally
known as the "War 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 of 1
cent. Shippers will please bear this

in mind and supply themselves with
these stamps, as on and after Dec

ember 1st, 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 affix them to, the
bill of lading and cancel same.
. J. F. Thompson, Agt.,

A C. L. & O. S. W. Rys.

Sidney Haile, Agt.,

S. A. L. & O. N. Rys.

Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1

with cash purchase of $1 worth of

The Brazilian minister to

reports that Zapata is keeping good I pected.

order in Mexico City. To adapt the

01a lnsn duii, pernaps not more inani rew 01 our readers who are in

half the lies told about Zapata are doubt of the "Star Spangled Banner" other groceries, Saturday and'Mon-

true. At anv rate, he can't be much beinc recoized nffiriallv ns ih nnf- aay only, braitii grocery o.

worse than some of his predecessors, ional hymn, the following from arti

cle 1172 of the naval regulations will 1

!

The coroner's jury at Orlando, sit- be of interest:
ting on the case of little Marvin "Whenever the 'Star Spangled Ban-

TThe British report that a Turkish

jfkirce is within thirty miles of the .Wilder, killed by a gun in the hands Jner' is played on board a vessel of cabinet

Remember during the 'holiday sea season
son season you will feel better If your pa papers
pers papers 'are filed in a Globe-Wernicke

The Murray Co. 2S-3t

iDt t... v rl

Announces the moving of tho Iirtitu- :i
ofiiccsand treatment jooma to tlio Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, eoutheast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
LIurray Co., and Troxlefs stands. ;
Larger Quarters, More Fully i:qi:ipr-d 'v!!J
-' Strictly Upon Ethical Linrj

IIOUIIS: 9A.il, TO 4:30 P. M.

moniz '333

i mi Rev, Abbott Cr.r.rlc Vi

nev..;

Father" lie:

Five Miles West of Dade City nnd Ozo Mile

r-9

d J imc

Boarding School for Boys Charter

CLASSICAL Ail G

. S225 FOR THI'SCHOOL LiUIIVI

. 1 i. X

inn: nvr "rrfini r,

ill I'liiiiri-

U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEG I1L1PII TELEPHONE,

A. C. L, TICKET OFFICE AT THE COT.LEGT:

FALL TERL1 OPENS WEDI1ESDAY, SEPT..1

I SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLOitiDi.

1



CCALA EVENING GTAD, IIO'TDAT,. irpVEnnzr, Z 1014

. We Aim
To Be Upright la Oar Dealings
We Put ...
OUR MFLVTS UP RIGHT
' Making it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM

TL-JT'
PHONE tOf

EI Yon '.Uffl- Talis Enough of Par lee ;
Saturdays to Lost ver Sunday
We will thanlc y ou. Our drivers will thank ycu.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which 2s a day of
rest fo eairl;r everybody but this Ice man of yours.
said Eee" S IPaeriiM(ui ov

t
V
.To
Eimsell

f Clean, Fresh,

is a necessity. To supply that ne-
ceasity is Oer. Basinets. 7
ICIeala Steam IQQraiaizy.

402-4 at 6. Main Btreet
? r OCLliA, FLORIDA

Eiiiaoucr-
Y
T
t
Y
T
Y
!
Y
X
Y
Y
rat

feeaf ; fionlfeir'sary "Sale

Y
Y
Y
Y
X
?
Y
Y
Y
Y
X
Y
Y
T
Y
Y
t
Y
Y
v
t
Y
Y
Y
y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
::
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

CAKES GF OGTiLGpN
: soap 4

FOR
s With Purchase

of other Merchandise

y
v
t

At the Great Anniversary Sale

of
I Ocala,
No Necessity for Stamps.
In New Zealand the postofflce ,pro
Tlfiea biff firms with machines, with
which they stamp their own corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. A specimen letter re re-celred
celred re-celred bears an oblong "postage
paid" Etamp which Is put ca by, a ma machine
chine machine ia the business man's oSce.
rcrlodically a postal collector calls
round, reads the total on the ss schist
cd collects tho nczzj, .

i

?
y
y '"'

TT7T

Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.

a Person Who Prides

on Gis Appearance
Well Laundered Linen
Phone 101.
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
y
Y
Y
f
Y
Y
Y
y
Y
Y
?
?
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
V-
?
Y
y
y
?
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
y
?
?
Y
of $1.00 or more I
?
?
?
y
y
X
y
ay
1
Florida
From Slaves to Gold.
Before clvilixation had outgrown
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for slaves. Now
the Ude has turned. Gold is the mas-"
sr of the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of the, annual output.
The nugget and not the negro is now
the African attraction. TLe outturn
of gold from African mines for 1913
raa nearly 203,000,000.

rii

U' 1 U 1 U
-
T

Mow

Y
y
y
v y

wvember
Joe
The Detective of the
Woods
By HESKETH PRIC1IARD
Copyright. 1913,
By Hesketh Prich&rd
CHAPTER IX.
"Come in, dear Joe."
DR vLsitors hesitated outside tbi
door. "There are only two of
them.- whispered Planx.
As be epoke a short, bearded
man In a thick overcoat stepped into the
light, followed by a tall and strongly
built companion. Both 'wore black visor
masks, with friuge covering the mouth
I noticed they were shod in mocca moccasins.
sins. moccasins. '. ?.
-Evenln, said the tall man. who
was throughout the spokesman. My
partner and me is come to make you
an offer. Mr. Planx. Weve got your
daughter where you'll never tind her.
where youd never dream of looking
for her."
-Don't be too sure of that," growled
Planx." -V;: :,' -. :ry --'y'?yy:
"It we agree on a bargain she shall
be returned to you unhurt three days
from the time the price Is paid over,
and that price Is $100,000.
Those are our terms. The question
for you Is do you want your daughter
or do you not?
The next Incident was as swift as it
was unexpected. ;
1 conjecture that Is something of an
easy question to answer, said Planx
In his slow tones. "In fact, I"
On the word he slipped out a re revolver.
volver. revolver. But quick as was Planx's
hand to carry out the Impulse of his
brain. Joe's was quicker. He knocked
the revolver from Planx's grasp.
"You treacherous dog, Planx!" cried
the kidnaper. "Is. that how you keep
faith? Well, we have a reply to that
too. We-offered to give up the girl
for $100,000, now we make the price
$i50.ooonv
"111 tever pay a .cent of it!" shouted
Planx. : ,:
. "When you come to change your
mind. replied the kidnaper quietly,
"just hang a white handkerchief on
one of the trees at the edge of this
wood. Then put the money In notes n
, that tin on the shelf. Leave us two
clear dayn and you'll get your girl back
safe. But if you monkey It will be the
worse for her."
Without more words the two mnsked
men left the hut, and. -like the explo explosion
sion explosion of a thunderstorm. Planx opened
upon Joe.
November ; faced the storm witl. an
entirely placid aspect untilU began to
wonder at his patience. But wheii at
last he spoke the other Jell dumb .as If
Joe had struck him. !T
"That's settled. Mr. Plans You ve
dcaie with me and I've done with you.
Now quiet down and out!"
Planx -opened his lips as it to spenk.
but. seeing Joe's face, he changed his
mind and rushed from us Into the
daTkness. :V- y
hX once Joe put out the light. "We
can't trust Planx Just at the moment
He's fair mad. but we'll have Lim back
in half an hour to show him the way
back to Wilsbere's," he remarked with
a chuckle. ;
And in fact this was exactly what
happened. It was a subdued but still
a very resentful Planx whom we es escorted
corted escorted through the dark woods. On
our way back to our camp Joe made
a detour to examine the tracks of the
kidnapers by the light of the lcntera
which he had carried with him.
As had been the case by Mooseshank
lake, so now we found the trails very
clear near the waterside, Joe studied
them for a long time.
"Well; you're out of it now. at any
rate, said I.
"And what about my promise to
Calvey?" he rejoined. "I'm deeper In
It than ever. I've got to find Miss Vir
ginny sure."
"You can't track her because of that
threat In the letter to Planx?"
That's so. but I'll be speaking to
Miss Virglnny before tomorrow night,"
said Joe quietly, nor, having made this
dramatic announcement, would he say
more.
The next morning Joe was early
astir.
"What are you going to do today?"
said L
"I'm going to find out the name of
the man that has Miss Virglnny hid
away. If you'll wait here, Mr. Quar Quaritch.
itch. Quaritch. I'll come back as soon as I've
done It' You've got your rod, and
there's plenty of fish In the lake."
With that I had to be content Be Before,
fore, Before, starting Joe had laid a bet with
me that he would come back with the
name of her abductor, and I was won wondering'
dering' wondering' what clew he had to go upon.
Hardly any that I could think of the
trail of the two men and the golden
hair, very little more.
About 2 o'clock I heard November
hall me.
"What about the bet?" I called on
sight of him. "Who pays?" v
"You pay, Mr. Quaritch," eald Joe.
"Why. who 13 Jt, then?"
?A fellow called Hank Harper."
"Why. I've heard of him. He pass passes
es passes for a man cf high character."
111 U m4m Um.m 4-m.

f

0

chap who done It," raid he. 1 expect
he's got her up at his cabin oa Otter
brook.!;;:';;;- "y'y
"Look here. November," I said. "You

, v.,, v .1 I
cause I've never known you speak
without solid facts behind yoo. But 1
think you owe me the whole yarn
Joe pulled out his pipe. "All risht
Mr. Quaritch. To begin at the begin
nlng. There are two of them. One's
this man Harper. U don't know who
the other Is. and it don't much matter.
ET fr harper we find his partner.
Well. Ms Vlrginny was fishtog when
they stole down upon her and carried
her off. I've already told you what
happened until they took ts the canoe.
They paddled across the lake and the
two men got out,; leaving Mis3 Virgin-
ny In the canoe to paddle herself
round nnd land elsawhere."
uui eureiy sue couia nave escapes:
1 cried.
j "She wa3 M.nder their rifles and had
to do exactly what she was ordered, i
found where he'd landed and follow followed
ed followed her tracks to that little waterfall
stream, and It was there 1 found the
golden hair. Eo far. you see, every everything,
thing, everything, fitted In together as good a3
the Jaws of a trap. and the message
on the bit of paper abovt a ransom
carfJt f So tfldthe talU
we had with Harper-it must have
been him did the speaking-at Black
lake. When 1 knocked ud Planx's re-
f volver 1 was wonderful sorry to have
to do It but a promise Is a promise,
and he'd passed bis word for a safe
conduct After, when my eyes fell
upon the trail left by Harper's part-
ner, I knew I never done a better act
in my lire, it give me a start, i can
tell you, Mr. Quaritch! You Eee.-all
the weight was la the middle of ti.?
moccasion. The heels and toes were
hardly marked ut all."
November looked at me as If expect-1
Ing me to see the meaning of this
peculiarity, but I shook my head.
"It meant that the foot inside the
moccasion was a very little one, a
good bit shorter than the moccasin."
"You can't mean" y I begen.
"Yes." said Joel "The second per person
son person at Black Kike wasn't a. man at
all, but Just Miss Virglnny herself."
"Well. If that was so, whyi she had
the game la her hands then. She bad
only to appeal to us to speak.'
J oe Interrupted me. "Hers was an
other sort of game. You see. Pm pret pretty
ty pretty sure that Miss. Virglnny has kid
naped herself, or, at any rate, consent
ed to be kidnaped. She had just pad
died round and joined the two men
later, and then wbei 1 come to think
over it careful 1 saw how I might
raise the name of the man that was
helping her. 1 lit out tfor Wilshere's
camp and asked the woman if there
was anything of Miss Virginny's miss missing
ing missing from her room. She said there
wasn't; Then I saw my way a bit
I was in the woods with Miss Vir Vir-ginny
ginny Vir-ginny V last year, and I know she's
mighty particular about personal
things. 1 don't believe she could live
a day without a sponge and a comb
and. most of. all.; without a tooth-
brush. None of them high toned gals
can. Isn't that so?"
"Yes.fthat is so,' but'
"Well." went on November, "if she
went of her own free will, as I was
thinking she did or else why did she
come to Black fake? If. as 1 say. I
was right in my notion and she'd made
out the plans and kidnaped herself, the
man who was with her would be only
Just her servant in a inn nuer of speak
Ing. And I was certain v.bat one of. the
iirst things sne'd do would ue to send
him to some stor & to bay the things
she wanted most. She couldn't get her
own from Planx's camp without giv giving'
ing' giving' herself away. o she was bound to
send Hank to hike out new ones from
somewtere." ;
"Whar. happened .then?''
"I started in on the stores round
about this country, and with luck I
stepped into the big store- at La vette
tind asked if any ou had been buyiug
truck of tha t kind They tol l me Hank
Harper. T asked just-what They said
a hairbrush, a comb, "a couple of tooth
brushes and some other gear.
That
was enough for me. They weren't for
Mrs- Hank, who's a halfbreed woman
and don't always remember to clean
herself o' Saturdays.,"
"I see." siiid 1.
"The things were bought yesterday.
to tind out but w by Mis:H Virglnny act acted
ed acted the way she has. and that we'll
know before tomorrow."
(Continued Tomorrow)
IIlwmw if, T7rrfoTT7
LilbUII Ul IV'iltiUCiy
r?v,.i rn.l
f HHerai IltreC lOrS
linnFRTAKFRR and mM PFRV
WllWtoli I ni.liw MIIW klllUJtkli.lkliW
fine Caskets and Darlsl Oobes,
O. E. McIVEB and C. V. ROBERTS
. ''
Ul Work Done by Licensed Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVEIt .104
C. V. ROBERTS. ......... .305
Undertaking OfUce. . . . . . m 47
J. BOZIIIGO. Vatchmaler
All kinds of Jewelry, Type- X
v writer Sewing Machine and 4
viarapnone impairing prompt- &
, t r
Satisfaction guaranteed.
t 216 S. cinolia Strcst

I

Ill I
I do not saj because cotton is not
my (business, but I do call the, at-
tention of -Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobai-
co Chewer, vrho buys a pound of my
El Ttodico Harana Cisr' Clippinrrs
for 40 cents (wnlch equals fifty gpoi
cigars) to the fact that you will finl
pfpe smoking a pleasure. Or if vcu
are foEd of chillt you ;wlll in4
nadultcratel, bo-
dippings
J Z i l
of my cigar factory cut up and the
dust stractel fherefrem, and coa-
raining a combination of pure clar
leaf tobacco that certs a.3 high as
$4 a pound. A trial will convince
you Thi3 tobacco Is put up in 24,
g iG ounco .nackarrc.
Yours truly,
EL TT.OPICO CIGAR FACTO HY
CHARLES PEYCCU,
10-28 Proprietor.
KOTICB TO CHEDXTOr.3
Notice is hereby given fto all credi-
tors legatees, distributees, and all
ctbcr persons having c::!as or dc
Vai-st the estate cf Priscilla
as a0i..st tne cerate cr rricuia
deceased, to prect the same
duI3r provea to the und :rlcl iwlth-
iff two years rrom thm uate, to-wit:
This 2Z"1 day of Octcjer, A. D, 1914.
j". P. Gadson,.
George Giles
a.s Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-28-wcd
day and racirr
Merchant' Cafe, .C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunch3
lat any hour. Adv.
All prescriptions filled at the
Gourt Phannacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fre3h
drugs.. 2-6t
W. K. !Lane, M. D.t Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Zc2
and Throat Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. 1
. The only "Hotel -on the Square
now offers you the service of its
dining room.
You'll come again il
23tf
you try it.
Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY' 4n drugs compound compounded
ed compounded Into your prescriptions her?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
OCALA FMTEili! Oil!
iEPt!
JLIIUON-DUNX 3IASONIC LODG:
Marion-Dunn- liodge rro, 19, P. a
A. M., meets' on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter. Cam, W. GL.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
OI1DEI1 OF EASTEIIN STAIl
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
meets at Tonga's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M.
Miss .Florae Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge Xo.-22. X. O; O: F
meets in Yocge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at. 8 o'clock. A warm 'wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren.. J., H. Benjamin, N. G.
WT. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
' -- Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hail
on the second Thursday evening oi
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
. Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
KXIGIIT13 OF PYTIHAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:3Q p. m., at
UastiO tia.ll, over lue Jauiea xmaiv
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Cha2. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, U. A 31.
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. C5nnor, H. P.
Jake Bron, Secretary.
ocala lodge no. jo, b. p, o. e
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
ihe second and fourth Tuesday cven-
ings In each month. Visiting breth-
ren always welcome. Club bouse
! opposite postoQce, east side.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 'iUUoE
Ocala Lodge No. 691, E- O. II;.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoScc.
j. D. Itooney, Dictator.
y WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD
Fort -King Camp No. 14 meets at
the li- of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Vbsitinr
sovereigns are always 'welcome.
F. J. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Aa

Ilourinhmcnt fine (lr,-
. y t .... if- 'i y TT '
v u. "' ..j v. a k y w l'j & w ijt wj
. ". t s r iVll

j fi iff m fm m m A,
A. fepdf'- far? every;: day.
C:I:p, delicious and
;ctrcn utliexiing. Fresh
;'ba!:t.d .;'and IJi fresh '.'"vde-'
"livercd";'..XO ccats" ;yy
Strr
'A---. delightful n ew J bis-' ;;f
cuit, with r. rich and
; delicious" cocoanut :.fla-:r;
r
f!
Sy:Ejy biscuit bated by
COMIviUY
V h 'Axcs Soo& for t!:atNc.:7i3
...;:.FHESH"
i ,s I v. if
gmm ; ) f -.- m 'f
f
()XI IMIICT'.j
Larse Florida Pcc.inj
per pound ........ 2C
Best 'EnaHsh Wdlrsuts,
now crop, per pound. 2C Z
Brazil 'Nuts, bo-t --'o. J,
per pound Zz
Fresh California Unions,
per pound 1 Oc,
Two pound for 2Zz
Large Bananas, fr;h cv-
ery day, per. doz. . 203
Homemade Candy, fivrli
every day, per pound 1 C 2
all FiiriT,; ciiuap:::;
THAN ELSCWUKIii:
ti i
m? i"jiiiif W
4Z0 X. Ma-noIIa St.
CAii3IIchai;l,. .vr Ar.
mmwitau
Jg -C K S A.K fa if T Qt
WW
IMF ;
' rt 11' 'a r i in r
ON',.TIXEES:;OF,' BIIVCTIFUIj' 1
Do Yoa want tbcin at a Barr:.!ti? i
iraci, n;i iencea tr.i no ctlicr Ir.i Ir.i-provements.
provements. Ir.i-provements. More than '2-.00A :
almost ready to til p. Big, ilzo
trees, mostly budded to Barren'
Browns. t
'' Price of Proirty as it land 3
Greatest Bargain ;!a tLo Count.
Call on or Addrccs
'C3 .;;GV' :- Qri vF '-
Itcom
m, m wvk
Phono 125,
w . w
OOALA,
. Elocution dcc?n't go Izr enctrr
merely : teaches.': us .iow to f pc.:: I:,
When. V- W V-'V':-' ;::';.; ;,
I



.trdra

OCALA EVENING STAR, HOLIDAY, QVEiXBEIl Z3, ISM

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(I you have any Item for this department call phone 106)

The Tampa Times Sunday printed
in full Mrs. Trammell's address de delivered
livered delivered before the federation conven convention
tion convention in Lakeland and the the follow following
ing following pleasing comment as to the ap appearance
pearance appearance of her picture, the first ever
published in a newspaper; in the
Lakeland Telegram:
"If the first lady of the state had
known the picture vvasV going to be
printed it is doubtful if it would have
appeared, for she is averse to having
publicity. However, Governor Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, knowing there were a great
many people who would be interested
in seeing a picture of Mrs. Trammell
in the papers had a cut made utterly
unknown to the first lady, of the state
and sent it to his old friends, the
Hetheringtons, publishers of the Tel Telegram,
egram, Telegram, with his compliments and the
hope that they Would be able to find
space for it, assuring them that it

nvould be the first time Mrs. Tram Trammell's
mell's Trammell's picture had ever appeared in a
newspaper. Mrl and Mrs. Hethering Hethering-ton
ton Hethering-ton were only too glad to get the pic picture
ture picture and to keep the secret until the
cut appeared, greatly to the surprise
of Mrs. Trammell, who did not find
out for some time how it came to be
in the paper."
m m
The following from the Daytona
Beach notes in the Metropolis will be
of interest-to the Ocala friends of
the bride-elect:
"JJiss Mildred Randall will enter-

xam tne members oi ner Dridai party
at a 6 o'clock dinnert on Saturday eve evening.
ning. evening. Her marriage to Ackland Stil-
.'ing will take place on Tuesday eve evening
ning evening of next week in the Congrega Congregational
tional Congregational church of Daytona. Immediate
ly after the ceremony there will
a reception given in the church par parlors.
lors. parlors. "One of the pleasant society events
-of the past week was the party gijen

by the Misses v. came ana Myrtle

Freeman and Miss Margaret Reed at

the home of the latter on Grandview

avenue, last Thursday evening, in
compliment to the bride-elect of next
-week, Miss Mildred Randall. Each
guest presented the honor guest with
a receipt, which were cleverly bound

.into a compact book.

ed the Cathedral school basketball
team. Orlando won over the visitors
by a score of 42 to 7. Though de.
f eated the girls "and their chaperon,
Mrs. A. M. Perry, enjoyed their brief
stay in Orlando. It was the first
time that the "Wildcats" had play played
ed played away from home and the game was
their first indoor one;
Bridge Luncheon for Bliss Stovall
Miss Minnie Stovall, who is enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying a visit to her father, Mr. W. F.
Stovall in Tampa, was the guest of
honor Saturday of a bridge luncheon
of which the Tribune gave the fol following
lowing following account:
Miss Minnie Stovall was the hon hon-oree
oree hon-oree yesterday morning at a pretty
bridge. luncheon given for her by Mrs.
J. S. Mims. Vases filled with pale
yellow -: chrysanthemums and white

carnations made the rooms attractive
and four tables were, placed for the
game.
Mrs. Mims was assisted by? Mrs.
W. C. Gaither and the morning was
made very delightful for their guests.
The dainty little score cards showed

Miss Baird to be the most successful
player of the morning,' and she was
given a pretty hand-painted powder
jar, the- artistic work of the hostess,
for her clever playing. The guest's
prize, a pair of silk hose, was given

Miss Stovall. i

After the cards were over a charm

ing appointed lunch was served, con

sisting of oysters, Saratoga chips,

olives, wafers, asparagus salad and

coffee.

-

Hf ul fancy work articles for the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. Home made read, cakes and
candles will also be on sale. v

' .."Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill of St. Au-

'gustine, after spending fair week

1 with relatives in Ocala; returned

'home Sunday morning.

-'Mr. and Mrs. John Sellers will re re--
- re-- turn today from Ocala, having motor-

cd over Thursday to spend the week

v.xmd.- Orlando Sentinel.

Miss Ruth Hendricks went over.

DeLand yesterday where she will at at-.
. at-. tend the Miller-Bielby wedding which
takes place in that town Monday eve

ning. Orlando Sentinel.
'. - v k

, Miss Frances Rowley returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a pleasant week-end "visit

to her home at San : Mateo.'

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Phillips of Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore are welcoming into their home

a daughter, born Friday. Mrs. Phil

lips will x be remembered in Ocala, as

. Uis3 Isabel Patton, one of Gaines Gaines-.
. Gaines-. ville's most popular young ladiesr .v

- : I

Recently two memorial windows

were placed in St. Andrews EpiscdT

pal church of Tampa, one of which

was dedicated to Bishop W. C. Gray,
who until last year was bishop of the
southern Florida diocese. Quoting
the Times: "The window is to com commemorate
memorate commemorate the Episcopacy of former
Bishop William Crane Gray and is
unique in that it is placed there
while he is still alive in order that
all men shall be reminded of his good

works while bishop of this diocese.

Mrs. Fordyce H. Rogers has arriv

ed from Detroit, Mich., to spend the

winter at the home of Mrs. Sidney
Haile on Oklawaha. Mrs. Roeers has

hbstj of friends here who sympa

thize with; hes deeply in the loss of

her husband, fwho died recently in

Detroit, v f

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Armour and

young son j who nave been visiting

Mrs. ; Armour's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

J. A. Walters, the former during fair
week and the latter for several
weeks, have returned to their home, at

Panasoffkee.

Mrs. W. O. Massey of North Lake j

Weir, who came up tothe fair Thurs

day, has been the week-end guest of

Mrs. A. 3IPerry and family.

Miss Lila E. Fraser of Komok

Instructor of .the canning clubs o

Alachua county, was in y the city las

week,' a visitor Jto J&e fair and th

guest of her brolKer, Mr. S. E. Frasr

and famil

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin' and
children of Miami, who spent the

week-end in the city guests' of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Robertson, left early
Sunday morning for their east coast

home. They made the, trip in their I

auto and returned by, a different
route from the one used s in coming
oyer. Mrs. Robertson and children
accompanied them as far as Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, and after spending Sunday
there returned home on the A. C. L.
'

"-Mr. and Mrs. F. M.

two smalfeus have

am

Mrs 'H.'HrB

Mrs. Park Trammell, who was re recently
cently recently a very charming guest of Mrs.
E. L. Carney, returned to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee today, after enjoying a series of

visits in Ocala, Crescent City, Sari Sari-iford,
iford, Sari-iford, Orlando, Lakeland, her formejc

Misses Hallie and Esther Le

daughters of Rev. J. B. Ley of Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, spent Thanksgiving in the city
;as the cruests of their cousin. Miss

"Martha Emily Ley. Arcadia Enter-
prise.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
-will meet Wednesday afternoon with
the president, Mrs. Fanny Anthony.
There will be an election of officers.
Mrs. Edward Badgerhas returned
from an extended visit to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. S. G. Moyers and family in
Tampa.

The Wildcats," the Ocala high

school basketball team returned ; Sat

urday from Orlando, wrhere Friday
trvening at the armory the team play-

Limbau

returned to

their hornV iLStarke. They were

Thanksgiving fcittt fair guests of Mrs,

laude Horne- f

rXmdmeasantly enter

tained this afternoon the members of
the Presbyterian sewing circle. The
members of the Methodist and Bap Baptist
tist Baptist circles enjoyed delightful meet meetings
ings meetings too, their hostesses being Mrs.
J. A. Walters, and Mrs. L B. Carlisle.
The reading club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. H. Lloyd.
'
Mrs. Edwin Spencer, Sr., of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view was the guest of Mrs. J. A.

Rowe during fair week.

Federation Afternoon :
Saturday, Nov. 28, the meeting
of the Ocala's Woman's Club was
called to order by the president, Mrs.
C. R. TydingsV Minutes of last meet meeting
ing meeting were read and approved. The day
had been set aside for convention re reports,
ports, reports, which were made by the club
delegates, r Mrs. R. A. Burford, the
federation corresponding .secretary,
Mrs.' Jack Camp, by the federation
president, Mrs. William Hocker,: by
the club president, Mrs. Tydings, and
by Mrs. B. T; Perdue and Mrs. B. H.
Seymour, who 'attended the conven convention
tion convention as visitors. ;
Mrs. Burford took up each day's
work and gave a splendid; account of
the principal speeches, resolutions,
changes in rules and regulations and
change in- date of meeting of conven convention.
tion. convention. She was impressed with the
culture, intelligence and ability of
the women present and of their
pleasing personal appearance and
costuming. The reception at the
Kibler, the : drive to the beautiful
country club had been delightful
features. Among the resolutions, she
mentioned the endorsement of state statewide
wide statewide prohibition and watch expectant expectantly
ly expectantly for the subject of woman suffrage
to be brought ., up but it was not
touched upon.
Mrs. Jack Camp had noticed with
surprise the order maintained at the
convention and the promptness with
which each day's work was carried

out on schedule time. The reports

from the different clubs had been so
excellent and were an inspiration to

one listening. Of the evening pro

grams, she had been especially pleas

ed with Mrs. I Bingham's exquisite
rendition of Maeterlink's Blue Bird in

story form. '. r Visf': -::'frC

Mrs. Perdue had been delighted to
fcotice so few aigrettes. Was proud

of the Ocala delegation, both as to

ersonal appearance and in their

nk among the ablest club wmen

resent. The educational value of

the convention .she considered won

derful.

Mrs. Seymour had enjoyed, every
minute. This had been the third and

best convention which she had attend

ed. j

, Mrs. Hocker said that the Congrat

ulation of club women had been most
gratifying but that she had also been

interested in hearing how the i con

vention had impressed outsiders. One

lady had said that things moved, along.

as if oiled. The importance of the

federation as a power in the state

had been emphasized by the, readi readiness
ness readiness with which prominent men were

willing to give the time to address
thev convention. ; i Dr. Bize of Tampa,
an eye specialist, Dr. Porter of the

State Board of Health, Hr. Bradley,

Dr. Bird and others were mentioned.
She said that the tragedy at Mar-

iarina' had taught a lesson wnich it

would have taken years to learn

without it. The new building .will be

erected from up-to-date plans. Dr.

Bird had offered control of a bed in
the tuberculosis sanitarium 'to', the

convention. ; There was a building

boom, among the clubs of the federa federation,;
tion,; federation,; sixty-odd having their own

homes, Florida having the greatest
per cent of any state. For greater

efficiency in club work the state had

been divided into five sections, in each
of which there was to be a vice pres

ident and over these a vice president

at large who was always to be' the

t ""'I

'1 '!

.4

iOU'SEIIEEPEriSTTEraTIC

- T
i

1

AtLUmWUM 'WADE 'WILL "BE COLD-AT"LOl72DT .?ACTC:'-1'' PI

''iH'fen 'k,r.-

' ?

' 'i ,1,1a "" ; -'' :

- f

' Vie Have Added a CompL:
-t . -. .
i .

;GiiaraBteed-T7eiitiri

an.,

if f UiU ill

ill

Every Housewife Will be Interested in TI:i V,rond: rfi

Factory, Sale. We Have On Display a Complete :ao. .ill a, Qur :or
This Display. .Commence to Acquire a Complete Set c Yhh ii autiftil, E
V are.

)

O

nil ,t

Ol

' If"

i

rww L-'.--wwti

MMMP

IT:

i

fum

Lest Found, l.cno,

For Cant and Similnrlooni II::J

UiWV1

GIRL, WANTED In Printing O

A girl froni 16 to 18 years of age

intelligent, quick at learning, who
will try 'to learn and stick to the
work, can fret a position in the

Star, office.'". C0-tf ?

FOR RENT Lower flat for went cn

Oklawaha uvenue. All modern con

veniences. AdoIv XIrs. B. D.. Black-

.. 4 A f i
burn, 428 Oklawaha avenue. CO-tf

LOST Pointer crvn about three

years old: black and white spotted;

answers: to name of "Fannie." Suit

able rp.wjird for recovery. V. B.

Pcirick, Ocala, Fla. CO -St

i
-r
V
'
v
Y-
,
Y-'
-.
:
j

Dining Bccm la Correct :o:i

Jl3

4' ) 't Hp 'Op "W tjt

,1

W Of -w m T w

.4. x
f V

.

- -r"" wr

w

ACCUIL1CT

rst vice president of the federation. FOR RENT -iEisht room cottage.

... .... r 1 .

forminsr a board with various duties. LTust. ihar.k nf residence of Mrs. L

amoner them beincr tlie extension work ..Home on Oklcrcaha avenue. L.

of the convention. ' : N. Green. Ocala. Il-i23-0t

Mrs. Tydings spoke especially of

the splendid music of the convention. FOR SlATiE Sawed ceaar posts, all

Mrs V. J 7 Sheridan and daughter

Dixie,' left Saturday for Fort Myers,
where they wilfiSin Mr. Sheridan

and ake their home.

Ov7rterfiofEaMQii)honographs

have the opportunity now of hearing

Edwin Swain's magnificent baritone

voice in "Jack for Three."' Last sum

mer Mr. Swain, while visiting his

parents gave a concert at the Temple
and "Jack for Three" was in his rep repertoire
ertoire repertoire for the evening. The Edison
company will soon have other records
by Mr. Swain.

Methodist Bazaar
.The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold their annual December ba bazaar
zaar bazaar on Friday and Saturday tf 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 ladies have made many beau-

Mrs. E. H. Mote of Leesburg and Mr.
McLane of Tampa : and several fine

singers of Lakeland were mentioned.
Several reports from Ocala to the

chairmen of different committees had

been considered the best, sent in. The

next convention is to be at DeLand.

Following the reports, the president

announced that it was desired that
the club dues be (paid before January

1st, and that all members who had

not done so are expected to contribute

,to the club house fund. She mention-

ed that a four-pound bucket of pea peanut
nut peanut butter had been presented to the
club during the fair.
' Themeeting closed with a beauti-

K)iano solo by Miss Gertie Peyser,

and a social half hour with Mrs. J.
R. Dewey and Mrs. J. W. Davis as
hostesses.
LECTURE ON KOREA TONIGHT

Jheart, 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 neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address care Star, dh

FOR JtENT Single rooms, double

, rooms and rooms for light house housekeeping:.
keeping:. housekeeping:. Mrs. Perry. 19 'Herbert

street. 25-6t

Rev. Dr. H. F. Williams, field sec secretary
retary secretary of f oreign missions committee
of the Southern Presbyterian church,
will give an illustrated lecture in the

Presbyterian church at 7:30 this eve evening,
ning, evening, on Korea. Everybody invited
and a pleasant evening is promised.
The lecture will be entertaining, in interesting
teresting interesting and instructive. No charge
for admission.

POSITION WANTED A competent
young man wants a ; position as

(bookkeeper or office man; fine; ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, but

not a typewriter 'or stenographer.

Address" Star office. 2 5-tf

f

EC1 -'
0 n ku t

f.

' OCALA," F

a::. andespS'Clal:

LAKE 'HOUSE -FOR RENT new,
modern, '5 -room cottage, bath,
screens, etc., completely furnish-
ed; close to LakeAVeir, adjoining
orange grove of Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Fla. 27-30t

CLOSING OUT ODD lAND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
KREGER3 V-.

WANTED A flat top office desk and
chair. Phone 448. 28-6 1.

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

-IK-

-'A FEW.SUN.BE

Package Sunbeam Pancake. Flour
Package Sunbeam Apple Butter
Package Sunbeam Cocoa . .
, Packago Sunbeam Fluffy Codfish
Package Suabc-am Kidney Sear.".

Package Sunbeam -tJalad Bre.n;

e p

mum I A turn

ta t

C4 w

20c
. 1 fie
luo
1 He
20c

WE HAVE OUR. NEW' STOCK OF SUNISEAMS.
Raisins 'plit Peas
Currants TWnrtaminl Vrtiitfi

Citron
. ' Nut 'J5rcat3 -rr,

All For

f

Iemon Peel
, Orange Peel

?uts
Smoked IlrJIbut
Pop Corn
Potato C2il?3

Cod t: :i

PHONE 103

me?'

1L.

on time, or will sell separately.
T. Thomas, Clearwater, Fla. 23

iPorYonF Ad. intlie STAR it yon vjzm LiiUJ..t



(3CALA, EVENING STAE, COrfD AY, Z29 1014

0
a
a
9
a
a

0
0
4t
o
o

such as are said to surround the famous bub bubbling
bling bubbling spring at Carlsbad; ; -There
are many trees in Wyomina Park. V
Live oaks, water oaks, red oaks, yard oaks,
large blackjacks, short and long leaf pines,
hickory trees, dogwood trees!
And shrubbery!
They spread over the fine, undulating sweep of
the Park, making beautiful, sheltering settings
for homes.
The charm of any home, and of a Florida home
especially is in a large measure in its setting.
Wyomina Park has that beauty which is found
only in the ridgelands of the State.
It is convenient to the city .and to the country.
"A short way out and right at Lover's Lane."

MMJ1IS U. CM ASAL Ci
. REAL ESTATE

Git

Holder Buildin

Telephone 228.

NSC.

Postofflce Box 475,
Ocala, Fla.

.UKTIIl. MIDNIGHT ONLY;

it ; nh i ; i
y V li 1

lldirtr U.l ullil -:illO..::

Crystal River, Fla.

Shippers of the famous Crystal
Rivet Oysters. Seal plug, carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and

imaU.

Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address

bliimlu. i km m uio

Iryskal River, Fla.

I n 1 1 x
1 hii IJIIb ?

l O f a M( I Iltl9ltll0tfltf
2 .'.-
. z
fgf -;-? -.....' ',.. :.:
- :
. .- a

ALACHUA PEOPLE IN OCALA?

Have You Time to Comply With the
Special Revenue Tax Law
At midnight Monday all men indi individuals,
viduals, individuals, firms and corporations liable
for the special revenue tax being col collected
lected collected by the commissioner of inter internal
nal internal revenue, under the act of Octo October
ber October 22, 1914, who have not made their
returns, and paid as required by the
act, will be in the class of those whom
is added a CO" per cent, penalty for
failure, or neglect or forgetfulness, or
because of any other excuse they may
offer.
From reports of Hayes Lewis, col

lector of internal revenue, some lof

the people in this city seem to think
they are fooling with the city of
Jacksonville, and are allowing them
selves to become delinquent so as to

give City Attorney Odom a job for

the next twenty-four years collecting

delinquent taxes," but they will wake
up with a jolt when they realize that
their Uncle Sam is the man saying,

come across, and when he speaks

once he acts afterwards. Then, too
they will find that he gets the money"
quick and argues the matter with the
men after, v.- .'.
Never the Plaintiff
The United States government is
never the plaintiff in 'a suit to compel
payment of license tax. The govern government
ment government just seizes and sells property
covered by 'the tax, and then if the
party is dissatisfied he may bring suit
for redress and the burden of proof
is on him.
lit the meantime Uncle Sam has got
his money and he generally manages
to hold it.
. Positively the adhesive .stamp act
must be paid before midnight tonight,
November JjO, by all the following:
Brokers of all kinds, proprietors of
all theaters, museums, concert halls,
circuses, and all places of amusement
not otherwise named in the act, pro proprietors
prietors proprietors of bowling alleys and billiard
rooms, commission merchants, deal dealers
ers dealers in manufactured tobacco in any
and all shapes, and dealers in tobac tobacco
co tobacco leaf.
Collector Making Preparations
The office of the collector will re remain
main remain open until midnight for the re receipt
ceipt receipt of returns, and the mail will be
taken from the postoffice at. midnight
so that all who deposited returns in
time for reaching the office by mid-

All Pleased with the Fair and Desir Desirous
ous Desirous of Going Again

(Gainesville Sun)
A large party of Alachua county
people enjoyed tne last day of the
Marion-Sumter County Fair. About
thirty automobiles from all sections
of Alachua county arrived in time to
participate in the parade, headed by
the University band of twentw-two
pieces. Ocala received us royally and

our people had a very en joyable day,
Robert T." Adams, proprietor of the
Harrington Hall, with his usual cor cordiality,
diality, cordiality, made the Alachua county del delegation
egation delegation welcome and placed. at the
disposal of the ladies two rooms and
showed us every courtesy.' '.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. were
specially thoughtful and kind, and
many of our. people found a royal
welcome with them. Dinner serve J
in honor of the Alachua county fclhr.
by the ladies of .the Presbyterian.

I church was greatly : a pprcciattiL : In

fact, Ocala met us everywhere -with
a glad hand, and we returned with a
strong desire to go back at ccme fu future
ture future time for another virit.
, The Marion-Sumter Fair, ncn in
its seventh year, is an object Iceem
to many of our Alachua county citi citizens
zens citizens .and an. inspiration to us to maV.cs

our, fair equally as attractive, t
Secretary Rooney of ,the Board cf
Trade, with his usual gccd-felloweliip
was on every hand seeking to 'look
after the comfort and pleasure of his
Alachua county guests.
A few blow-outs and minor acci accidents
dents accidents were, incidents of the trip, but
everybody returned homo delighted
with the day's outing.
A Participant.

I
if
i

i H

- WllO C

la." your namo?

't tlio Cnelllirj-

rr-ed any tl

I'

i

".of course you ; think that you do; hut are yea rl;l,

. the question Is, worth considering, it inxoh ; -:.
the development, of iaaivl-aal ownership in laaJ.

in the beginnis ot civilLratloa r o c:

of me eartii. nomaaic tribes cainnca over

' it"; home unci trading places" were not fix:
' 5al for individuals to diiptito over the? oc
lar epot. ' "' '

rticxilar

of

Itnd was 'too rfcatl-

of any particu-

dorida atle and cL:lrei ccr?

n
C J

XTIOJI

IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEET MEETING
ING MEETING To:.ion::oVfr evening

" A meeting is called for--Tuesday
night at the Board of Trade rcoms
for the discussion of matters that
mean much to the business intercuts
of the city. It is especially desired
that all stockholders of the Ocala
Transportation Company be present
as matters of importance to this or-

ganization will come before the meet-

t

t urn '" .

DIXIE LIMITED'

it

ATIiAKTIO IiDIITED

"DIXIE .VhY

Pullman cars from Chicago, St. "Louk;, Indir.r:;
intermediate points' to Jacksonville.
" -I DnK G AND OnrERVATION CAE

4::o:.TG03iEnr koute"

Louisville?

TpWhHiiii'liliiyiyiilllfllft 'aMtfl1

; STANDARD It AII.RO AD O THE COUTH

A.. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
' 138 YvV Ray Ct. Jachsonvillo

Fla,

G. ill.

Hotel,

' Make your arrangements to be on

hand and take part, as much depends
on the matters, that are to bo placed

night may be counted in with those before meti not bn fQT tho

ir I Au V present, but in the future, for the
Many other taxes besides the adhe' ,o,fo

Tlio Poeni Gojitenc ; wHich has been advertised in
this space closed today. Pomes will be published
tomorrow and judgefuaamed.

Ml

f

TO?

O

il lie

T?vTT. TTP

f M ( f 1 I I

B 'I f I I i I v w

-

sive stamps "required of the abo.ve,

will become due and payable after
midnight of that day," as for instance,

a lucent stamp on all tickets sold for
passage to a foreign country, and a
stamp on all telephone messages cost costing
ing costing a certain amount and over, ; and
a stamp on all papers offered for

mortgages ana otner. securities lor

debt. v

The chewing gum tax begins Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, and the ruling of the commission-

; er is that the gum must be sold from

its original stamped container, and
not transferred to some ornamental
jar or' vessel for display and sale.

Collector Lewis' said that, yesterday

I was a busy day in his office for hun-

Idreds poured in to square themselves

with the government, and he wishes

every man due a tax to pay by Mon

day, midnight, as he does not want
to be compelled to penalize any one

in his district. He notifies all, how however,
ever, however, that he has absolutely no ption
in the matter, and will follow tho re re-ments
ments re-ments of the act.

city's welfare.

W00D3IEN OF THE Yi'OULD
J UNVEILING AT FELLOWSHIP

I

i :

!

7

'ii

I in a after t havin T.

pay exit a f ct a f .".ncy L:,
fsrice only 75c cz.).
or tD LondkcrcLick

il v

4

r nwr r?i"!T fir

XIAtJD, Dcr

0

STEINWAY, AND GHICKERING
L PIANOS
Player Pianos and Victor-Victrolas
and Records
"FROM FACTORY TO HOME"
!iL Yl LilNSFORD
Phone 14 Ocala, Fla.

Twenty-one members of Fort King
Camp No. 14, Woodmen of the, "World,
went to Fellowship- fcHurch yesterday
afternoon, to unveil the' monument of
Sovereign Charles, H. Ecch.
.The inclemency of the weather pre pre-vented
vented pre-vented a large attendance at-the un unveiling",
veiling", unveiling", tho besides tho members of

his '.family and the Woodmen, quite a
few friends were present.
-Ilr. Leland Smoak acted a master
of ceremonies and the ritualis tic woric
of the order was carried out in do do-tail.
tail. do-tail. Mr. 0. G. Tignor recited the

beautiful poem, "Why Should the

Spirit of Mortal be Proud."
The Ocala choppers were conveyed
to Fellowship, by tho DoLbs Auto Ser Service
vice Service Company, and rcmc very clz clz-agreeabld
agreeabld clz-agreeabld roads .were cncoantcrcu,
the rains of the previous nij'ht hav having,
ing, having, softened the surface to such an
extent that in several instances the
cars had to leave the main road to
get past bad places.

AltlUVAIi AND DEPARTUKU
: OF TRAIN 3 AT OCALA

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

SUPPER POSTPOITED

On account o the many social af

fairs that have been crowded into the
evenings of the past few weeks and

also for the coming week, the supper

which was arranged for the Knights

of Pythias lodge tonight has been

postponed until the night of Decem December
ber December 14th.

The entertainment committee of

the lodge wish it understood that ev every
ery every day's delay in the holding of this

event means an additional interesting

feature when it finally occurs-

M ORE MONEY FOR
TELEPHONE MESSAGES

7311
i i ii

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CaPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

MARION- CLUB MEETING
The Marion County Democratic

Club will meet at the K. of P. hall

Wednesday evening at 7:30.

This will be the last meeting before

the city election," and all members
should be present.

JAflflES AUSTIN PORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dam? Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44? Ocala, Florida

When Speed Becomes Dangerous.
Mrs. Rose Pastor. Stokes,, speaking
at the first annual conference of the
American Museum of Safety in New
York, says that speed is the real prob problem
lem problem of labor. It is not that machin machinery
ery machinery is so dangerous, she says, but
what is called industrial efficiency
keys the workers up to a pitch that
means. In time mental and physical
exhaustion. She says that up to a
certain point a worker can increase
speed, and that after that it begins
to decline. Business compels the at attitude
titude attitude of the owners of factories, she
says, and they do not realize how they

grind down the girls in their seeking

for efficiency.

Effective Dec. 1, we are required by

the war tax law to collect a tax of
one cent in addition to the regular
charge on all messages for which a
charge of 15 cents or over is made.

The public will please be governed ac

cordingly. 30-lt
Ocala Telephone Company.
HELP A WORTHY CAUSE

. You can do so by subscribing to
the work of the Boys Club. The
boys are anxious to enlarge the
scope of the work and are much in

need or funds to secure a place of

meeting. Funds are being solicited

to rent a room and also to furnish

fcaiiiG. in tms column win appear
from day to day the names of those

contributing and the amount contri

butea. iAll monies should be paid

to the club treasurer. Master Wellie
Meffert. See Charles Duval," presi president,
dent, president, or H. D. Bowers, adviser, for

particulars and to give subscriptions
: Subscriptions

Men's Class of Religious Investi

gation, $1.50 a month.

NOTICE

The regular meeting of the Py

thian Sisters will be held Tuesday

evening at 7:30 o-clock and all mem

bers are urged to be present as there
will be urgent business to be trans

acted, which cannot be postponed.
28-3t By order of the M. E. C.

t Atlantic Coast Lino ; c,
;o. '3, JacUcqavIlIs 'to L'-C'jurc;

Q;p5 p. m.

DCo. 10, LrCCDburg to Jacksonville

6:05 a. in.

IXo. '37, Jacksonville -to Peters

burg .2:05 a. m.

iN'o. 3S, Gt. Petersburg ts' Jackson

ville '2:05 a. xa.

Ko. 39 Jacksonvill3 to Zi; Peters

burg 2:40 p. m.

'No. 40, St. Petersburg to: Jaskson-

ville 1:14 p. n. ;

Xo. 140, Ocala to Palatka QilQ p

an. r ... : -

;"o. 141; PaUtka to Ccila S:50

No.'

to

llomocasco-

c

JU

" f

1

48. Ocala

ZLeavcs; 2:02 p, n.

CCo. 40, Homosasa to Ocala Ar

rives 1:05 m.

No. 35 (Gunny jim) Ocala to take take-Jand
Jand take-Jand 6:40 h.. m.f Tuesday, Thursday

and Saturday. .

Ko. 32 (Gunny Jim) lakeland to
Ocala -9:60 -p.' ci., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
Xo. 151, Ocala to Wilcox S:10 a.
m., aionday, Tedrcsday and QTrifiay."
sTo. 150, Vr'ilcox to Ocala 5 : 4 5 p.
in;;..Mondayi'";TVcdnc2day and 'Friday..
- r Seaboard Air JAnn
!No. d, Jack3iivillo to Tampa
1:45 a. in.
(So.' Z, Jacksonville to Tampa ar arrive,
rive, arrive, 1:10 p. m.; leave, 1:25.
. Co. 9,. Jacksonville .:o Tampa-
2: 33. p. 'in. f
; -(So. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:3Cr
a m.
Xo. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Arrive
rive Arrive 1:12 p. m.;' leave 1:30 p. m.
So. 10. Tampa to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m.
Ocala Xorthern
iSo. 71 Arrives .from Palatka,
11:30 a- m. :
(So. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. va., daily except Thursday.
Xo. 72 Thursday, leaves Ocala
for Palatka. at 5 p. m.

are certala nad diJnit

t r

4w- n. in f-n. I fi

3 a known

It docs not

suTect the t

13 rncu;

fur

t:.'.t, it

t hurt tfce
on "3 and j.

and

tic;

doc:

Coos it elter tLe lnt'-.;rity cf V ?.
ie-J rplce. Cut it Ivri rt.-"-. ii

: I on I. n. r !,? e-ri ci. ziT7i::,

Ins Intluence, rrnarLcblc icr tr-nult
tie- hunjJIiatloa of fk'jx ertiptlocs,
Ne-arb- all icit: to
m. .i m A i-' g"m : It,: A

systea vita Its vrocaenui icniuinc
nervous trouMcs,-your van,

able Lc.-alth you .v.IU eoarc-ly :r;;-v
self. Try ii. -S. to lay. r
at eny rirc;: storo. It vilJ
yo-ar 'cot: fcer? yon" su
- m. ; .. ... at. .. ...

enable you to Bieep fo'ilu asi a
. ii. In IOt 1 i- -'t

but a r.-o, Lracin?. puriyS- ri

It is ju-t v!;at yon ner-r

tie

prf-parM by

Tvfft Atlanta,
trobll v.Ih r.-y. s

safely t l.taltli.

v!ft

c

m ..: m

-3rtin('it xv ill

The Best Pricc: on

FRESH MEAT, FISH

POU

T TD V

Free

ACAD

man's

;my STIIECT-

-Ifte iDiehrft "f o have
a KIMBALL

i
i
j
i
!
j

Smart Set Pressing

Cf

mm gjoun

Clothins KcpairctI, Cleaned

- .Pressed vyiiile l on ual
work ouarantj::: d

E. To. AXDntSO:;. Irop

Old shoes made nw; ?er,r:
f3lea on a 'specialty Tay! r

pair Shop, 4ir oiaona t



I:

t
L
:'
M
-
!!
$1
it
,
-
I
51
t
H
4
:?
ft
i
n
41
H
f!
fi
.
B
i
4
-I!
it
it
It
n
x
z
u

c

OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEHBEIt S3, 1014

ft f""'1"""'"",,",T1TtTtrfltTTtT,,T"rfTtlllHlirTttrT,t f'"'""" i t itiilllHtrn-i't''U"i'T" imit- MM imt" - in - --,.

. LJ 'I

V

'

ill

rM

I JSS: 1

r

TO

CSS

cm

1

it rl:

fr-a

(CI A

I t
"l 1

Mi

I

f 1

V

I

I

it

r

i I
1

' S 'I i 1

u w

Y i. iii-iiiL overstocked, wren BHiies ana Gur-.

ries tMeEQ o;

soiriie price ie

"cp offer fbr-tEe

oi iiive car lOiSLas oii

1

"""I's ?

t

for' -iCiiSE ON

low iHiaHMiactii

rad'e FUiiLTiGlU.

V N. Mill.

Mill

- o

ii,

re

ciiKie sior yon-

to

fl'. .cost..

y a

:(lfll UM

" S i f

:-.i7niii

';J;I':'-'- -' it' 'V

V-;,l iiw win IU bimi

'O'rrn

j ; W : I f j I t w

:

i

n

1

' 1 S

i i

11

IS

'.

.v

ley

oiisioi

Come

ihe cream o
price.-

ii

earn

the Jot; 1

I

, v i . ....

fcl ' H "'$

;'a!"-J' IftixM MM tti

1 11311

..,., 1, ... 1. ,,,,.,1 II 1 1 I 11 -I mil n VmI I j lfc.r 1 J -.4. J

c 1

j'

piiMif"' sfffwil ni.

11 I?'1"'

4.

1 -A

00

?U)GER-BOAR1

jA Vlconym-Quality Product

The Better Wail-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
bettermere permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
"DADGER-BOARD is easy to ap-
ply. Don't wait fox plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. All the tools
needed are hammer and saw and al

most anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effeCt3.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
"DADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
' or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
""its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
and samples
J. D.McCASKIUi,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA

PROVISIONS RISING IN PRICK

j j

PHONE 503
; For Good W061I
I BIG Load lor 01
Your Order ivill have
Immediate Attention.
i J. L. SMOiLK
J At Bnao&k'a Wagon Shop.

And Many Things are not to be Had
for Love or Money in the German
Empire
Berlin, Nov. 29,Until late in Octo October
ber October the war had affected food prices
little, but in the last few days, a
sharp rise has set in. Virtually ev everything
erything everything to eat is ; higher, except
meats, which, owing to Germany's
unusually large stock of swine, have
risen but little, and in some cases
not at all.
Vegetables have disappeared from
the market. Some lentils are to be
had but only inferior culls. Beans are
scarce. The government recently con confiscated
fiscated confiscated all coffee held at Hamburg
by English warehouses but even with

this the supply is running short and
prices have advanced.

No Citrus Fruit
Fresh oranges or lemons are rare rarely
ly rarely seen, there are no bananas and
pineapples, and with the entrance of
Turkey into the var tha t supply of
dates and figs will probably be cut
off.
Cold storage stocks of eggs have
been greatly reduced and it will be
but a short time before there will be
none. The Berlin Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce points to the somewhat sur surprising
prising surprising fact that Germany's produces
only five per cent, of its egg supply,
the remaining ninety-five per cent,
coming from' Russia, Galicia, Hunga Hungary,
ry, Hungary, Bulgaria, Italy and Denmark.
Potatoes Sky High
Potatoes have reached prices which

are a hardship to the poor. Last year
at this time they cost 50 cents for 110
pounds, today the price is $1.25.
Great quantities of potatoes must be
devoted to the production of denatur denatured
ed denatured spirits to take the place of gaso gasoline
line gasoline which has disappeared from the
market because of the army's needs.
, The rise in grain prices was such
that the Federal Council was obliged
to set a limit. The prices fixed, how however,
ever, however, are higher. They are: Wheat,
$1.69 per bushel; barley, $1.62; rye
1.44. In the fact of the smaller sup supply,
ply, supply, of grain it is also to be noted
that Belgium will also have to be sup supplied
plied supplied and. Belgium normally exports
500,000 tons of grain yearly.
-
Must Feed Prisioncrs
Another factor is the presence of

mf- more than 300,000 prisoners of war in

Germany, who must be fed in addi addition
tion addition to the regular population. This
number is growing daily.
Still another disquieting thing is

the fact that" in East Prussia, "the -grainery
of Germany," the crops on!
thousands of acres have been laid i

waste by the invading Russians. The
invasion came just when the, farmers
were preparing to sow their winter
grain and to harvest autumn crops.

The result was the immediate loss of

great quantities of foodstuffs. This
will be felt keenly next summer.
Notwithstanding alj this there is
no fear that Germany can be starved
out. The men in responsible places
here, however felt themselves com compelled
pelled compelled to warn the people that there
must be no needless waste of foodstuffs.

tL-fw;.ii A is, ..... &t"

t UfWl II in!!! UN YAi i

'iiUUViimiJiiili. his oil

i v iCLliii-LJL'

i

"j J i t It i 1 ..
i! I J i i k i i- i i :'" i '" i

' I i: f f f 4 1 f 'I : I f 9

-,J

GOOD WORK OF NEGROES
AT THE MARION-SUMTER FAIR

On the whole the negro exhibits
were fully up to expectation. Besides
the general run of exhibits by the
citizens, Fessenden and Howard
Academies and the James rural
school also put on exhibits. Fessen Fessenden
den Fessenden Academy made its usual fine dis display
play display in wood and iron, sewing and
"Go North tfy ea"
Merchants & Miners I Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES

JACKSONVILLE

l -4

We have for sale large lot with handsome home on. Fort Kind: Avciure,
which must.be scJd within next sixty days--party has to have the i money
Better see us quick. ;
Ve also have one or two other small propositions in the ofliee which, are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or vrite.

Merchants' Block

MM I 'H ':"i-T7I

BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIIVIORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low res. Ben
service. Wireless telegraph on ail
steamers. Through fares and ticket!
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets,, etc
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.

cooking and other things character characteristic
istic characteristic of that institution.
The James Foundation work is a
new entrant, but had a good collec collection
tion collection of rural school products, which
proves that the negro country youth
can be developed into a much better
and more useful citizen under ; pro

per training.
The work of Howard Academy, the
negro town school, is steadily im improving.
proving. improving. Its work always shows
careful educational arrangement, pro progressing
gressing progressing from the lowest through the
highest grades. Darning and patch patchwork
work patchwork and plain kitchen aprons were
shown along side of stylish shirt
waists, hemstitched towels, embroid embroidered
ered embroidered sheets and pillow cases and oth other
er other fancy articles. There was a con considerable
siderable considerable variety of raphia, reed and
Florida grass baskets and other de designs.
signs. designs. The cooking display was good and
showed much care in preparation.
This department will be greatly im improved
proved improved when it gets into larger quar quarters
ters quarters upon the completion of the new
school building now under contsruc contsruc-tion.
tion. contsruc-tion. The wood work of the boys was
good and well finished, with scratch scratches
es scratches and marks here and there, just
enough to show the earmarks of stu student
dent student labor. Their work in every par particular's
ticular's particular's useful and substantial. The
chairs, tables, book-cases and medi medicine
cine medicine cases, wardrobes, porch swing
work bench were so excellent that

"J3

-... If I I -j" ;j t f!i
1 f i H i ? i f

. trw 0n-m w

'' :( .rm, -'-

rr.. o '-

- ft.

If

Ji C

-fir fr r

"fir
.j., lip..

,J! ynlfY -:-L ",,u-':'i,,l' s!il'H,'l!l'lli,,i-.i;rii. .'fllJ'tthlfC'Ht

4 1

4 fcil'i .n .uflinr

: r-

1 - if. ; i I

Packing and Storing
Glilpplns cf Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
,-and Saft-3.
BaSaSO Gerrica
the Best.

v Wo -'Sell'

IIIIIVEI'J'EOAIIX

Zupcrlor- to Pl-tc-
cr C. iir : I :
Qur.!:' ur Pr;;j
I VI- rj I G .

)tt!IEE-

L.. -L'

op

uk

' i; v.fc : .f
i4 9

many pieces were sold on the spot.
A hall setee with mirror was quite
an attraction as was also a large hall
clock frame six or seven feet high.
. Such schools as these are surely;
though unconsciously perhaps, mak making
ing making these boys and girls into a bet better
ter better and more desirable type of citizens.

vi ;'

tmw iwi

tfL m mm

Careful Estimates n:2 ca r.H
WorV dire. "TrsTfi L

work for the money than any et
xsirlractor in the city.



OCALA EVENING STAR, IIONDAY, -N0VEIIDE2 CC, 1014

J i ; '. """ -- : r - -... r"

I i
i!s
irl
Ilia
mi
The People of Three Counties Have Been So Taken
Great Marion-Sumter County r'air That
They Have Not All Been Able to Take Advantage
, So We Have Decided to Con-
tinue the Sale for Fifteen Days Longer, or Until the Night of
ij

Up With The

of Our Great Anniversary Sale

it

fhi
1 1 i I
ii i

Hi

1 1 f

:!!!
Hi
i s i

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15th.

t
It
i !i

that are marked dovm to prices

or your money vill bs returned

Our big store is filled with Bargains For You. New and Seasonable goods

that you have never before seen equaled. Our goods must be just as represe

without a question. ;
OUR POPULAR SOAP SPECIAL
Will Be Every Day Now Till the Close of- the Sale. Every Person Buying One! Dollar or More Worth of Merchan

dise May Get Five Bars of Octa

gon

Soap for 10

cents,

Any Day of the

Sale.

Come in and See the Bargains We are Offering.
Look for the Announcement Next Week.

t 1 wj r

V m i -x t r;
- 2y

NEJCT TO McIVER 1' MacKM

(2SlliSl9

C7

' ; - -- ... , ...... ........ .... .. - -

COLWELL TAKEN

INTO CUSTODY

Suspected of Being the Man who Set
Fire to the State Reform School
Pensacola, Nov. 29. On a charge
of having been resposible for the
fire which destroyed the State Re Reform
form Reform school at Marianna ten days
ago, when eight inmates and two of officials
ficials officials were burned to death, George

Colwell, a resident of Jackson coun county
ty county was arrested yesterday. The speci specific
fic specific charge against. him is arson.
It is alleged that Colwell had a son
an inmate of the school, and that
this son escaped, and that a few days
before the fire he was seen in the
vicinity of the schoolr Other evi evi-dehce,
dehce, evi-dehce, it is stated, is that Colwell was
seen the afternoon before the fire in
the vicinity of the school. The fire
occurred at 3 o'clock on the morning
of November 18. Colwell is held in
jail without bend pending further in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. Nothing was given out relative to
the investigation conducted by the
Board of Directors of the school, but
it is known that detectives were em employed
ployed employed to seek evidence that might
tend to show that the fire was of in incendiary
cendiary incendiary origin.
All of those who were directly con connected
nected connected -with the school intimated the

m m j 1 A. J.L

dav loiiowine: ine nre x-nai mere was

' v
evidence that it was of incendiary
origin. That the directors have been
making strenuous efforts to prove
iVia nrinrin ff VlO firo WAS fmTTI

otlier than natural causes is known,
and it is presumed that the ; several
detectives employed have secured evi evidence
dence evidence which warrantee! the arrest of
Colwell.

ic stricken and declared that he did
not know the gun was loaded. He
was, lodged in jail by chief of police
Smith. He is in a pitiful condition"

COUNTRY PEOPLE
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 Trado room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and Tead the too oxs. Also
that there are a iarge number of
magazines there to .be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.

BEST .COUGH iMEMCINE
CHILDREN

FOR

ILL FEELING AS USUAL

Crops Out in the Wet or Dry Election
in Hillsborough County r
Plant City, Nov. 29. -Charles Wig Wiggins,
gins, Wiggins, a well known young man of
this city was seriously stabbed in the
shoulder here last night during an
open air prohibition meeting by Jack
Garner, formerly engaged in the sa saloon
loon saloon business. Garner' is under ar arrest
rest arrest and under heavy bond on sever several
al several charges, while Wiggins is under
the care of Dr. J. C. Knight. It was
at first feared that an artery had been
cut and that Wiggins would die, but
late tonight. Dr. Knight said his con condition
dition condition was good and that he would
recover unless unexpected complica complications
tions complications set in.

"Three years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread dreadfully.
fully. dreadfully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, I purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bene
fited 'him. at once. I find it -the .best
cough medicine for children hecause
it is (pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be -given a child as confidently as to
an adult. Sold by all dealers. ad
K. of P. meet this evening.

Superb
Chocolates
All other chocolates seem
just ordinary after you once
try e$ug&iif They are just
as pure arid 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

.Marvin Wilder son of R. L. Wilder, of j tne value of our stock
this city, was shot and fatally wound- J
ed here yesterday afternoon by Eric by the individual lines We

RE3IAHKABLE CtJRE OF CROUP

"Last winter when any little boy
had croup 1 got him a- bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly ibelieve it -saved his 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
CUT OUT PAPER DOLLS

WEST POINTERS WON

Over Annapolis in Annual Football
Game Between Navy and Army
Philadelphia, Nov. 29. The West
Point cadets defeated the Annapolis
midshipmen in their annual game on
Franklin Field yesterday afternoon
by the score of 20 to 0. Three touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns and a safety netted the scores.
The game was one-sided, the Army
showing superior power in carrying
the ball and defending their goal. The
Navy appeared very weak on the de defense,
fense, defense, and rarely held the Army
when it tried to penetrate the sailors'
line or go around the ends. The

Army's victory makes the record of j

the two teams a tie, each having won
nine games with one a tie.

HOW'S TxltS?

We will give to the ladles and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 11-6.

OPEX Da if AXD SIGirr

LYNN DIDN'T KNOW
GUN WAS LOADED

Eight-Year-Old-Boy a Victim of Crim
inal Carelessness at Orlando

Orlando Nor. 29. Eight-year-old,

Lynn, agea nineteen years. xuuuSt Wf xvJll "h rrlnrl tn
Wilder died an hour later. A charge C2XTV W Wlil be glad to
of buckshot, reinforced by a marble,? have you judge this COnfec-
nljivfnllv tossed into the

tile V T '1 f A w M
barrel of his Winchester, which he tionery as soon as convenient.

supposed was unloaded, made the
death wound.
Lynn Was fotmd hiding in a hay
loft several hoars later, he was pan-

In packages from ioc up.
To ffiBIffl-

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. :Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour.- Adv.
nrpoKTAN7!?

Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the tbowels,
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS

We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any ? case of catarrh, that
cannot 'be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. 'W '.' :':v"
' 'F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, (have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and ibelieve .him perfectly-honorable
in all (business (transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made by his firm.

Toledo, OMoTt

Hall's Catarrh Cure is .taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
'blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation: ad
CITY TAXES

i-3
a

n
a
S
o

ItOOJI AND BATH FOP A DOLLAU A2;i A HALF

, Estauxaiitwitli-'lfoderate; pxices:0::Q
. s Room Vithout Batii 01X3
:'RuniciiiigWater in Every,: Room : in' tfi'clHou&e
ELECTHIO ELUVATOP. GHVICIl PII0:.T3 12 ALL i:00?.:r

The only Hotel on the Square

ROOM AOT C1TII FOH A DOLLAU A?;i A HALF

w
w
f -4

. w
k
. t4
W
O
...
It
4

Commercial Hank Blocli, en
Jlanolia Gtrcet, V"cst.

Local :

Jjkms'i.Vlstsnce''- .Plione, 2D3

The tax books for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now now-open.
open. now-open. Be sure and 4;ing or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
'Trhen you come ortsend for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By sodo sodo-ing
ing sodo-ing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give yon
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,
11-3-2 m Ta. Collector 'Marion Co.

The city tax books nave been opeu
for payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they "be, closed Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property
v W. W. Clyatt;
City Tax Collector.
. Office in court house. 11-6-t

DESPOXPEXCY DTJT3 TO INDIGES INDIGESTION

Now is the time to plant Rye for

oasiure. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent, '. Here
are a few -words of hope and chear
for them by Blrs. Blanche 'Bowers,
Indiana, Pa. : "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so" poor that I wuld scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It ried every
things that I heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get a bottle of them, did 1
.find the right treatment. I, soon Le Le-gan
gan Le-gan to improve and .sinca taking a
few bottles of them my .digestion !&
fine." For sale by all dealers.- ad

T Jf tf til

99

AM now in business for myself. Conducting a IHIi Clcz re re-tall
tall re-tall bar and Glail Order House. 1 can givo you the bect thcro

13, and as much as any one elso in businc.:.! for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has' taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PHICE5:

Rye,

Good Old 65 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs

at per gallon. Cj .SO

Ttyc,

Good Old 80 Proof

Corn or Gin, in Jugs
at per gallon, rQ f

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per

sallon.. $1,751

Remember that ve Trill fiT ?

any order you send U3 an
meet the prica of any othcj
legitimate house.

Make -my place your headquarters while in the city. You will bo
welcome and' be treated right at -all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place." :
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

oil

"KM To

r

1U

OCALA,

Folly of Revenge.
By taking revenge a man Is but
even with his enemy, but in passing
It orer he is superior. Bacon.
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the new dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNSH

Located in Oclo. FIi., J2xp-t .'c:
gruaranteed. Reierencea sivtn.
Associated with Ilertsert Latf&cr
distributer.
T7. W..IUm'oaU Co.. Ocalsu

I



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY. NOVEMBER CO, 1914 4

OCALA OCCURRENCES I

K. cf P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Pythian Sisters tomorrow night.
Demcratic Club meets Wednesday
evening.
Burt's Ninety Day Seed Oats for
Eal at Ocala Seed Store. 11-27-tf :
Mr. E. F. Newport of Eastlake was
In town Saturday.
'Hot drinks or all hinds at the
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Mr. -Ira S. Beck of Gainesville was
in town today.
Pennants and plllow tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.
South Carolina iRust-Proof and
Curt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-2-tr.
Mr. W. J. Frink now of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville spent Sunday with his Ocala
friends.
CUQSIX-G OUT ODD AJXD END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
TCREGER'S.
Mr. Nathan Goldman of ; Pehsacola
was renewing acquaintance with his
Ocala friends today.
Mr., Robert Pearce Lutens of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Epent the week end with
friends in this city.
We always have on hand a -fresh
supply of thi-i i'amous Norris candles.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Tho county judge has issued a mar mar-riaga
riaga mar-riaga license to Mr. Claude P. Wylie
and Mrs. Luhi May Grahame.
Mr. Guy Ge g er, after a pleasant
visit to his friends in Ocala, has re
turned to 'Jacksonville, where he has
a position with the Barnett bank.
They say the food find service at
the Ocala House dining room is fine.
Tho proof of the pudding is in chew
irg the bag.
23-tf
Sirs. Bertha Overstreet ind Miss
Avanah Hingson of Nccatee, were
guests of Mrs. Mary' E. Bogie during
the fair. V ;
Mr. B. D. Blackburn left this morn morning
ing morning for Lake county in the interest of
Eli Witt Compar.y of Tampa, for
which he travels.
Mr. B. F. Condon went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last night, and will bring home
another fine auto if he can find one
suitable in the metropolis.
Mr. David Bebaut,- of Youngstown,
Ohio, Irot recently of Bubank, has
moved to Ocala and ?-will engage in
the dairy business, opening ; up In a
short vrhile. .
"Six hundred presen t" is tlie report
the Methodist Sunday school will en endeavor
deavor endeavor to make next Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. Every member ol the school is
a committee of one to see that such
a report is made possible.
" Mr. I, GoUlbeck, vviio recently
came to the state from San Diego,
Cal., is in Ocala looking for a loca location
tion location for a dry goods ston?. Mr. Gold Gold-beck's
beck's Gold-beck's search for a suitable location
for his' business in OcaUv has shovn
him that there are no vacancies, and
lie has concluded to purchase a Jot
and erect a building at once. He says
Ocala is the "busiest city of its size
he ever saw.
ECONOMIZE OH
YOUR GROCERIES
By trading with the Ocala
Casti Grocery Company.
Every package guaranteed
FULL WEIGHT. U
A FEW SPECIALS
3 Lbs. Best Rice. ... . .25c
1 Lb. Bliss Coffee ........... .SOc
Pint Good Florida Syrup. ...... Oc
vIrls.h Potatoes, peck ,26c
5 Gallons of Oil 60c
BACON, per pound ,16c
Cheese, per pound ; . ,20c
lima Beans, per pound 10c
Quart Good Florida Syrup. .... .20c
Qnart Good Vinegar. ... ,10c
EVERYTHING CHEAP FOR
CASH
MLA CASH enocERY CO.
Xext to Burnett's
Fort Klig Ave.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken dally by llr. F. G. B.
Weihe, oScial observer for the gov gov-ernment.
ernment. gov-ernment. Max. MIn. R. F.
SNbv. .1. ..... 76 ol .
(Nov. 2. 78 -55 .
V ov 3.. ... 77 53
(Nov. 4.. 80 58
Nov. 5 . 8 0 S3 .
(Xor. 6. . ... ... .70 54
Nov. 7u . ... ... .79 54
Nov. 8. . .... .79 56
Nov. 9. .. ...... .74 62 .33
Nov. 10. ..... .72 68 .
Nov. 11... 71 46
Nov. 12. 74 51 .
Nov. 13. . ... .76 56
Nov. 14. . ... 76 56 33
Nov. 15 1 . .76 1 60
Nov. 16 .77 64
Nov. 17. ... .70 r, 46
Nov. .18. .69 45
Nov. 19. . . .66 45 .
Nov. 20 60 34
Nov. 21- 56 25
Nov. 22 62 35
Nov.' '23, . . .68 39
Nov. 24; . . .71 42 .
Nov. 25..... ..67 53
Nov. 26 ...72 -43
Nov. 27.... ....... 74 .44 ..
Nov. 28. ....... ...73 50
Nov. 29.. ....72 67 1.20
Fair tonight and probably Tuesday.
HOSPITAL NOTES
Mr. Henry Griman, an employe of
the Ocala Gas Engine Works, was
taken to the hospital this morning
and operated on for appendicitis. He
is doing well this afternoon.
Mr. Heron. Todd was able to sit up
for awhile today.
MEETING OF BUSINESS
MEN THURSDAY MORNING
With Agent of Coast Line for Mutual
Benefit of Town and Railroad
- Mr. C. A. Maull, advertising agent
of the Atlantic Coast Line, will be in
town Thursday, to neet our business
men for mutual benefit. Particulars
tomorrow,;
GOVERNMENT WILL
; PUSH THE CASE
Another Attempt Will be Made to
Prosecute Boilles and Billingsley
Kansas City, Nov. 29.The prose prosecution
cution prosecution of other persons charged with
using the mails" to defraud in (con (connection'
nection' (connection' with the sale .of Florida Ever Everglades
glades Everglades lands, will proceed relentless relentlessly
ly relentlessly as a result of the conviction of E.
C. Chambers, and four agents of the
Chambers'- Land :' Company. The
principal case now pending is against
the former officers of ; the Florida
Fruit Lands Company, of which R. J.
Bolles of Jacksonville, is president.
Eight persons, in all, have been in indicted,
dicted, indicted, including Jesse 'L. Billingsley,
of Miami. ... : f
A number : of peop. e, having; put it
off to the last minute, are hustling
around today trying to find out how
the new special tax livw affects them.
They should have attended to the
matter last week. Tl.toy are not fool fooling
ing fooling with city, state or county when
Uncle Sam calls' on hem to come
across.' V-
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge has purchased
several small but live business enter enterprises,
prises, enterprises, which hi has "omducted with
considerable success. In the last few
days he has conoentratei them all in
the Rob-irtson building The "Busy
Man's Lunch", remains in its former
location, feut tie has movod the Model
Pressing Club into the room facing
on Oklawaha avenue next to Hickel's
shop,, and moved his paitt shop into
the rear. Mr. Dodge is aded by Mr.
and Irs. F. W. Whitney,: a 'young
couple who have recently i loved here.
Mr. Whitnuy will look after the
pressing ckib and Mrs. Wldtney will
preside over the restaurant;.
The Time.5-Union says that the
Presbyterian church of Enst Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville has extended a call to Dr.
W. H. Dodge, of thii? city, to fill its
pulpit. Dr. Dodge says he has not
received any call or notificaiion that
a call would be extended. In the
years he has dwelt in Ocala, Dr
Dodge has greatly endeared himself
to his congregation and all the people
and they would all be distressed to
have him leave them.
Several intelligent looking men, ev evidently
idently evidently used to better things, have
been in town lately looking for 'Tsrork.
They tell of lost positions and famil families
ies families left in distant cities to wait and
perhaps suffer until they can find em employment.
ployment. employment. Some of them are doubt doubtless
less doubtless telling the truth, some may be
importers, but Ocala has fed them all.

THE MAKKETS

NAVAL STORES
New York, Nov. 50. Turpentine
and rosin unchanged.
COTTON
New York, Nov. 30 Cotton inact inactive
ive inactive a shade lower. December 7.24;
March 7.48; May 7'.64. Liverpool
easier, middling 4.41. Vv
COL. ROGERS' CONDITION
Col. R. F. Rogers, who has been ill
for the past two weeks, is holding
his own or a little better today.
AUTO PARTY FROJI ;
. : ; THE BUCKEYE STATE
A party of automobile tourists ar arrived
rived arrived in the city just after noon .to .today
day .today from Conneaut, Ohio. One car
is occupied b'7, Messrs. P. L and L. B.
Fenton and their families and the
second by Messrs. Ed Walrath and J.
Craig; another by Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Kinball, who joined them before
their start, is from Detroit, yMich.
The party left their northern homes
on the 2nd of November ; and, have
been coming along by -easy stages,
camping wherever night'', overtook
them. The first named party is head headed,
ed, headed, for Gasparilla Island; the second
for St. Petersburg and the latter for
Arcadia. They all expect to remain
in the state during the winter. Mr.
Walrath owns a large ojrange grove
property in the Arcadia section.
1I.U.II.1I1SI
All the great organiaztions that
make for the upbuilding of the ,na ,na-tion
tion ,na-tion by the protection and conserva conservation
tion conservation of the children are declaring for
prohibition. At the meeting of the
Federation of Woman's Clubs of Flo Florida
rida Florida last week, in Lakeland, strong
resolutions endorsing state and nat national
ional national prohibition were passed without
a' dissenting vateJ "It's coming, its
coming. The day for which we
pray."
Echoes from the National W. C. T.
U. meeting recently held in Atlanta.
"The thrill and the inspiration of it
all can never be put on paper-the
story of the fair and fascinating yet
electrifying influence of the Atlanta
convention of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union of America.
With nearly twelve hundred, delegates-
and visitors, coming "from ev every
ery every state in the union, instead of "the
usual attendance of six hundred,' and
with a spirit of harmony, peace, pur purpose
pose purpose and power that can never be fit fittingly'
tingly' fittingly' described to one who did ript
see it and feel it, this greatf conven convention
tion convention of women passed into history on
Wednesday night, November 18th,
leaving a radiance on our Southern
sky like the afterglow of the setting
sun.
$2,000,000,000 for Liquor
These were the words -pi Daniel A.
Poling at the general session of the
Woman's Christian' Union, at the Bap-
tist Tabernacle, last night. Mr. Po Poling
ling Poling is national superintendent of
temperance and Christian citizenship
of the United Society of Christian En Endeavor.
deavor. Endeavor.
"The money spent for liquor an annually
nually annually in the United States is $2,000,-t
000,000. Eliminate the drink billof
the nation and you will have an idea
of prosperity that is incomparable.
Seventy-five per cent of the drink bill
of America is paid by the laboring
fir.
WEBSTEKS
THE MERRIAM WEBSTkR
The Only New nnabridgod dic dictionary
tionary dictionary in many years. ;
Contains tho pit h- and essence
of an authoritative library;
Covers every field of knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. An Encyclopedia in a
single book..
Tho Only Dictionary rith. tho
New Divided Page.
400,000 Words. 27CO Pages.
0000 Illustrations. Cost neiirly
half a million dollars.
Let us tell you about this m ost
remarkable single volume.
""",r Writa tar saajla
it ti
ticulars, titc.
ITama this
WO will
eendroe
aeetof
Pocii.t
G. LC ITerrira Ce.
Eprlnstleld, 2Ias.f 1

T t 4

om

I :.

1"

3

r
1
L
-1
This 'wonderful
: commended it. to
f
i
i
3
r
1
cf llio
-1?-" r"wM C
IMI
sort of inf omitica
; ci IMS. 1003 paje,

;:will send .31 cn&ccnt 'Stamps t'pay

it
man by men Trhoss homes go lack lacking,
ing, lacking, because of insufficient funds.
"Constitutional 'prchibiticn ia com coming.
ing. coming. It is now dawning. We must
fight rum with more vigor than we
would give battle to an invading
army. There is no military force on
the face of the universe as devest devesting
ing devesting as alcohol,"
No Finished Product
"The, liquor trafiic is the business
enterprise of the country to .which
we ,have not yet applied the second
law of the finished product," he con continued.'
tinued.' continued.' "Shoe factories, automobile
.factories, woolen; ; flour, lumber mills
and all of their kind prosper or per perish
ish perish i upon their continued ability to
take raw material and turn out honest
finished product. I challenge any, man
to; name and other finished pro product
duct product of the drunkard factory than
these three; Wrecked, diseased bod bodies;
ies; bodies; wrecked, diseased minds, and
wrecked, diseased souls." :
Powerful Influence "of Kansas Prchi-
biticn ;
One of the most graphic and stir stirring
ring stirring speeches, of the convention was
made Saturday night by Mrs. Xillian
Mitchner, .president of the Kansas. W.
C.'T. U. Here is the heart of her ad address:
dress: address:
"Kansas has had a prohibition law,
strictly enforced, ever since 1SS0,"
she stated. "At the time the law was
passed ; them were 1,200 saloons in
the state. Today there is' ont a sa saloon
loon saloon or blind tiger or joint in the
entire state,; and there has been ad added
ded added to the stat treasury millions of
dollars that formerly, went into the
coffers of. the -liquor traffic. The wo women
men women have voteci at the municipal elec elections
tions elections for twenty-eight years, and; to
this fact' is due largely .the proper
enforcement of the laws.
t The' speaker presented some inter-.
esting statistics, showing the remark remarkable
able remarkable results of prohibition in Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, comparing conditions with those
of Missouri, her ", nearest .neighbor.
Despite the fact that Missouri has a
population nearly three imes as great
as Kansas,' she pointed out, the sav savings
ings savings per capita bit '.Kansas were 14S
as against $20 in Missouri. (
Here are some other figures ex explained
plained explained by Mrs. Mitchner. k
Where Kansas lL.eads
Missouri pays its laborers an aver average
age average of $8 per week; Kansas $14.
Missouri has an automobile for every
100 farmers, wherens Kansas has one
for every five. Missouri has 4,000
open saloons into which $80,000,000
is annually invested In Exmsas this
sum is saved and invested in educa education
tion education work. Taere arsi in Kanras 51G, 51G,-000
000 51G,-000 children who have never seen, a
ialoon." i
The W. C. T. U.'s of Marion coun county
ty county are having, a beautiful exhibit at
the. fair. Their rest room is enter enter-dining
dining enter-dining many guests. The women
aire extending cordial hospitality ; and
serving delicious fruit ice and home
made cookies.
Hatched by tha" n. . ;
In breeding noldfish, an industry
which ha3 Sourish cd 1& China frcn
timj. immemorial, the ic3 a:ro rc rc-moTed
moTed rc-moTed from the reach of the adult
male fish and hatched b;r the sun in
shallow dishes.

as not to need occasional help to rid the systb::: of v;r : le. If this
.waste is not eliminated, blood d": orders -a: 1 a : '"...cral run rundown
down rundown condition will follow brirlnrt serious c!cl:r :o in tl::lr
train. In cur native fields and forests D'gv; Llocd rce?,

queen s root, mandralic stone rco:,f:o!dcn ccrJ.u;: "on rr:
root and cherrybarl:. t Dr. Piorce did a rtrc "it:-!::!:' for c
in humanity when Ivc mad 2 of tkccsnaiivj rc .:.d r:;;i. 1: a
cure .nivceric extract cind introduced L to 11: j v;c:M

,P I J "'' : rf, m- !ftv:!i j0 I ::! I i Ai j0l?i'$ jtm w 'iw -'-'y. M ''"I :

rcmsdyiln 'record;: ;;,-Thouds' li
!i!rs fcscmse it h.i relieved then cf

tended by r cur rhlnji, hcarllum, Izl L:cr.lh, ccUJ lc
poor appetite, griv;!s cf l!.3 ciemtli, l"lr:r."f
: similar deransenaeats.- cf-.- thaxloiaaca,"1 liver toy.

tlsdlcal ;j-Discovery .: ia'- tablet' cr
form f renrcil dztl era a';isealcir:es C2
ceai CO caWst: tr:!3 fer' a trial t-es

tsb!et ;:to''7Dr.vF
- T f 1 A A -"! f?i--s
yea r.rca toitccp ycurccix in;

; and :.the rMht physical ssrcrtli. 'j i cvl can cs:ain s:c

- .clclh-pci
f
c: c
V
. i
, 1 - i
The covernor cf the Caracrc
W o vyi iU C4 V4..j vui v-i v jti.jfc I.
'" iT"il 'y ci" fi ?1 f! Tfpfli Tf or lh A f rr "l-'-n I r1 ?
VMVJ -liViMlun)!,; ii U 14 v I ti 4 . w 3 Vi i4Vit
fcqre recently invaded vc.zlcz,
or the eclony, inflictlns; zzrlcvz Ci
age on the property cf -planters. In
two cacc3 the cor 11! nrr ,1 with
clubs, mads an atfrcl: cn V. buni':,--lov.'s
orcupicJ. by ::;Ltivo ...j;Ioyc:'.
and kiPe.i one raan ard w.- :;i:...!cd Svc
others,
TEIC TO ACT
Don't Wait for II
Kidney "Illness rrct by OcLi
: People's Hrcri:::ce?
f br.c 12, lr-
regular- urination, he-1:.;
lies and
dizzy spells are freiucnt ryniptous
of kidney, disorders.- Its an crrcr to
neglect these Ills. .The attacks m?.y
-pass off -for a time but" generally re return
turn return vth greater intensity. D ::.!.
delay, a minute Beln -taking Dc:.'j
Ividney Pills, and -keep up 'their u,2
until tho desired results are c
J' i ti. 4 ii
ed. Good 'work in Ccalr. prow
effectiveness of
iJucy
remedy."
. airs.. Eason' Smith, 330 Oklawak;:
avenue,' Ocala, tays: "I know Doan'.:
Kidney Pills are a good remedy for
kidney and 'bladder trouble. I Iir.vo
used them on dilTcrcnt occarior:::. f-"r
these-ailments and have had Imme Immediate
diate Immediate relief. I am clad to have tl;a
opportunity of endorsing such, a
good remedy as Dean's Kidnc
Pills."
Price 50c. at all dcalera. Don't
simply as-,k for a kidney remedy
get, Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that airs. Smith had. -Post er-Iil burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N; Y
Merely Woman': Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying.
wife's millinery bill of $375 for flvo
hatsall purchased in one week. Ho
claims they aro not nec?:riiies. Th Th-idea!
idea! Th-idea! Just ve any woman a chine -I
Five' hat3! Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through .the ordeal of selecting
five hats and getting them to euit her
should he allov.-e.l to have as mar; y
as Eho v.ants! T" M-d work!
Lucky Accident for Him.
-, After .proposing three times and
being rejected on account cf hu xr xr-ness,..a
ness,..a xr-ness,..a man ia Londcu vzz injure
In an accident so severely that whs;n
he recovered 4 his, face had been com completely
pletely completely reconstructed "decidedly fcr
the better. lie propoi-d aaln at J
was accepted.
Gsntlensss at Hems.
TJs9 your gentlest voieo at hcm3.
Watch it day by day as a rarl of
great price, fcr it vill be vorth xacro
to ycu in days to. come than the best
pearl hid in tho tea. A hind vclca la
Joy, like, a lark's cone, to a hearth at
home. It is a lijht that cLa-a a3 ttc'I
as t shines.- Train .-it; to s we c t tene 3
now, and it will keep" in tune thrcuc
life. Elihu
. UKDiBRTAKEB
. SIS-West Ero,itI v.-sy, Ocalr., Tlx,.'---
- with. D.C.. Jordan. & Co.
ST; GEORGE HOTEL a CAFE
- ,-.-;'
First class ax;cmmodatibns ...for
colored. 2 10 Govth aiagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. .31. P. WTLUil3I3, Proprietor

,:-(,, -jr. J ("
t

letter.-; i-
Lcr t.
. l l!
H x ? f 1
r,, y
f II,' e TV
:-r. i Ivc 8 to;-; r for 1
I '.'- of thf f?tate a"!-:.
. to cor: -:;rr tinrv-i f::r ; ; ..
llifk nam a a
1
tii
j ..Li Ulki.iU i.. ii 11 'it-
. .': ll I'lP.co ot .- .r.: t--citv
of Oc.!i, il..r;:,;i Co.::
;-r I p-Jth r:her plxcr--; fit:, r i
vithout t: state of . i
board of C I rectors rr, r v rci ni it
tlmo 3eIfrriJt9 ari 1 art; ilnt,
lin or
c
have and n'i:nt tin i
t
company :xt other tec hot.t
ana without the state of Flori.Ia.
autici.:; ii
'1 he r'.norl natuio of -the bu-lnt 3 to
tran .;.rt- i Ly t ::-e -co:t .tiy : ".:.-.U h ;:
To n: T.uiiM'iuru and J.rlc'.c .ntl t..
buy and soil lujubcr, i h ingles, ttone,
.-mnt upjil all otlur jratrlal
. r buiiain;; tin J ptructurc.3 of all
': buy, t-ll and deal In fill kinds of
subfile corn mad it It. -? inei'chdiidise
i r. 1 J ro;cx ;y,
T in .ir. i -..s .Jet IV: bu.-i-
' contrar tin- : t t!tc rr.-.-ti' -n.I
-..vrjc and stru'.-ture ; ;ir. J to i.nn'.c" arid
t vl 1,3 etiin-ati ;.r. 1 i-Iana f-r th
.o bay, cell, j-rol'j'.? r. .nufac-
1: lumber, -rr II- ; ;i t 'ill -jiro-'I..:.;
i-. ..nuf;.cturt i 1 1 n. tur-
t -id ro.:in a n 1 i.uvl torti rro-
i,-. -. . t -" ....
-.4 L f t
.r.d -tho oomi-any bbrtll al.-o -have the
r:"I: t to r .rry on. puch otir-r L-U'-i:u'
; : ir.i' l-i.t to tiie purpo t 5 of,tv!-j
f- 'ftLT L:- i i':";t i:.1-jr. '-tfTlt "With t.::
. cl ho cf I'lrlda.
. -""'""''-" .-. (,;VU'l IC1a3.. Ill
Vhe -i.:rst d t.':" i-lt.-'l rtocl; n
t:. tori or:U!o:i ill n;' TIIOL;;-.Un;-(U;',U3)
DO !.'.. '.. wljl-h nh-ill
b.-. divuei into o;,r;; iii':.r.:u:i 4 '--n
cf t.hc T..-.r valu? rf o.v:: -: : ri
(no?) fjou.Aii.; .. s i
arcs of KtocS; ,'i;tH ic 1 :!! lor In 1 -lul
nvoiey oi L'nitci lta-t- ; or '. y
tlie convrycLTire of r.ny ro; rty, I
or -or cricc, at mc.i just .valuation
thereof n.y by Die i.oir!
of fliv ::t uny -r.. wt tln" callr. i for
T t r wiilch .liiiw onrT.';r.iMf
..ail be i;ini;v v-:;::::;
nr.!) y
aiitjci,:: v
Tbe. ; .iiicrj of-this c orporation :-..all
bo :. .not -'1 lty a rr' : b.r.t. vtcf'
llsr.t, .-cc: t.:ry, -'tfc. -jr r an i i
of ilrc.-i' of not ti.;.-n ii:rt :- .-
may br u- I a:-. 1 tho ; in. ; ''-
:-on, 4.11 cf w.Tch -M ofnci r.; ill
b-- 'Uctc l at ti e r::.u;l r-'.eetln;r r.
. it v. i lv- M ( n t'.'i
Tur-iy in J, iii; ry ot cnU.y -r. n
& rt 1 f- .j""' bii1 fiC v"4) ,lW"'iJ 'nhi.-ii .,!"".. .,!,,!, af 1!rc vfv .::.;' V J -,, n ,,, f i: f
X ij 1 U' IJ.1 wjif I JIh ':.- A V o .,. i (,U ,i V-J
t" i bapinei..; --r tie 'cc-r; uratbn i.'.l.t
t'.ic of ;icci; -U :.- r.-,l 1
irtf t?tin;t' shall- be duly- qtialiSf'-vl:
Jrc iieut A. A. : r(b"-r,f-tti.
- VJc i I'rt-:-: : --:t Iv.- .'. JlU'.cr.
r'-trttrry i Trt m.-.ur. r I-'..
Ko-:r4 ff L.:-tcr.i A. A .'cU
iva 'j.-::i;ur i:. i :?-:.
: 'auticli: VI
The hich?;,t amount cf iml-ib-tt -to
which t'hi.- corporation i-h,i.'l rt f.nr
time subject-' If elf f.h-dl be l'lrxi"
T1XOU J AND '.. ( i : J.C 0 3 ) DOI.I.AIia
. : ah rjci.t: vii
The; r,i; :C3 -ar, i . -: oi 'v '-'
of tL 5,u...-tsribcr.?, t-. :Vr '-vlth i. i.-amour
amour i.-amour t ct -car:;t:il tA sub.-ci-bf. 3 I
by ec i, l-ii '
A. -A. ;!cGcnerjal, Vhitney, Ylc, 10
shares.
iva a; ;:;:: c !?., ricrkvi,
:iare3,
J. Li Ctapp, Cm!:. ;'!.r:ia, 30 i: .r
i -Witness th3 ,hr"j3 ar.l fpals Af th;
ineortorator3. tr'j tha 20th dy
November, A. 1314.
- A. A. McConejral (real)
' Iva -S. Miller (scr.l)
-i:. I Ctapp seal
tloiinty-'of Marlon. ,
Personally aprrr: 1 l
rcll Iraovrn to te T
in end- who e:ucT
iv
articles of lneor.rort
VT'Y -'P.T'Tr'l' i
'!' f
COMPA25Y a:U who ;
fore m, that they lcr: -
cLoU rereS the faume for tas ;
ptirix5e3 thern set forth m -
dVltne?i- my h?.rj5 arrd o::i-
tlil-i the 20th Czy of Iovcr.i. '.r,
- 2;o.va-ry.PubI: for -the sizt- c-
"4-
da at large. ,
ily commission expires on t.fl i
lay o' Februaxr, A, L., 1915., 4