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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21.

OCALA. FLORIM, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914

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Petrograd, Dec. 1. Fighting to
save themselves from utter annihi annihilation
lation annihilation by the R ussians. the Germans
in Poland are-, trying -to, bring up re reinforcements.
inforcements. reinforcements.
A battle is raging fiercely in the
vicinity of Lowics. Enormous loos looses
es looses have been inflicted on the German
right wing. German reinforcements
marching from Wielunk have been
defeated. The Russians continue their
attack along the.Stry-Kowzgiers line.
Along the left bank of the Vistula,
Von Ilindenberg is trying desperate desperately
ly desperately to rescue Von Mackenzons army,
But the Russians have checked the
movement. The Russians have cap-;
tured four great barges laden with
German guns, rifles and ammunition.
VICTORY IN THE EUPHRATES
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HAVE TURNED BELGIAN CITIES
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Rotterdam, Dec. 1. A steady
stream of German wounded is flow flowing
ing flowing through Belgium in one: ghastly
procession. Courtrai, Bruges, Ghent
and Brussels are vast hospitals. There
is an extreme lack of surgeons.

SOUTH IS RECOVERING
FROM ITS SCARE

Mr. George W. Ribble, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent "of the third district, southern di division,
vision, division, Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.,
stopped over in Ocala for an 'hour
yesterday en route from Atlanta to
Tampa. :
Mr. Ribble, speaking for his dis district,
trict, district, which .includes Georgia, Florida
and Alabama, stated that business
for October this year as compared
with last year, was only ten per cent
off. The telegraph business, which
acts as a very reliable barometer for

other classes of business, would
therefore indicate that the South is
scare."
rapidly recovering from its "war
scare."
The Postal, which cancelled all its
leased wire contracts effective today,
is putting these wires into service as
regular telegraph wires, and is pre preparing
paring preparing for handling the telegraph

business incidental to the coming
business boom with its customary

promptness.

PLUCKY TEUTONIC SQUADRON
; IN A CLOSE PLACE
Buenos Ayres, Dec 1. It is believ believ-ed
ed believ-ed that the German 'y, fleet has been
caught between British and Japanese
fleets and a battle is imminent. All
merchant ships are held in port.
NEVER KNOW WHERE THEY
WILL TURN UP NEXT

Enterprising Germans Built Concrete
Base for Siege Guns on Isle
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; Ottawa, Canada, Dec. 1. The au authorities
thorities authorities are hunting for secret stores
of arms and ammunition on jie Isle
of Orleans, in the St. Lawrence river,
off Quebec. They have already; found
the concrete base upon which a siege
gun could be mounted.
A German ; gentleman bought a
tract of land on the island two years
ago and established a cement block
factory.. It was on this ; property
that tfye concrete base was found.
The location commanded y the de defenses
fenses defenses of Quebec and St. Lawrence
river. It is reported that a' moving
picture company last summer landed
guns and ammunition on the island,
which have been concealed ever since.
So far nothing has been discovered.
The concrete base has been destroy destroyed.
ed. destroyed. The island is twenty, miles long
and seven wide. .-

COLLISION AT A CROSSING

May Cause Death of Clifford Nichols
of Green Springs
Clearwater Dec. 1.- Clifford Nich Nichols
ols Nichols of Green Springs was perhaps
fatally injured here yesterday when
an Atlantic Coast Line train rail
down the automobile in which he and
two other persons from Green
Springs were entering the city.

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Berlin, Dec. l.According to an ofr
flcial announcement at four this after afternoon
noon afternoon there is no news from the west.
In East Prussia and Southern Poland
the situation is generally quiet.' The
war ofHce admits hostilities are pro
gressing on a large scale around
Lodz. The journey of the Kai ser to
the Eastern ;frontier tis causing a
feeling of optimism It is believed
his presence will inspire the Germans
to fresh deeds of valor against the
Russians.
; BIG QUANTITY OF BOOTY
Berlin, Dec. 1. The Germans cap captured
tured captured a large quantity of war booty
along the Vistula Monday. They cap captured
tured captured over nine thousand prisioners,
nineteen cannon, twenty-six machine
guns and several ammunition cars.

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That Plans for a Naval Campaign
Have Been Stolen from the -Navy
Department
Washington, Dec. 1. Secretary of
the Navy Daniels today vigorously
denied the rumor that plans for a
naval : campaign in case of hostilities
with Japan had disappeared from the
naval, offices. He severely criticised
me circulators of such a report.

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CRUSHED THE RUSSIAN AUJ.IY
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Vienna, Dec. 1. It Is cCcially an announced
nounced announced that a thousand Russians
were killed and wounded, and fifteen
hundred prisioners were captured by
the Austrians ht tho battle of Homo Homo-na,
na, Homo-na, in Ilungary. Tlib Russian force
which penetrated ths Carpathians
vas surrounded there. The enemy
was also beaten at Suvo?or. Twelve
hundred "were captured with, fourteen
machine-guns.

BEARING DOWN ON BATOUM

Turks Claim They are Close to Im Im-"
" Im-" portant Russian Town
Constantinople, Dec. 1. It is of officially
ficially officially announced that the Turks
are successfully, continuing their
march to Batoumj and are now seven
miles southeast of the town.

SETTLE FUTURE STRIKES

Purity, is paramount- Ydu ?et ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded,
ed, compounded, into your prescriptions fter?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf

. Have you tried the -dining room at
the Ocala Mouse? You'll never know
how.goot it is till you do sor23-tf

Commission Appointed by President
to Arbitrate Troubles Similar
to Those in Colorado
Washington, Dec. .1. -Another ef effort
fort effort -at settlement of the Colorado
coal strike troubles moved forward
yesterday with President Wilson's
appointment of a commission to at attempt
tempt attempt to bring the operators and min miners
ers miners together and to deal with' such
controversies. The committee is composed-
of Seth Low of New York,
Charles ;Wr. Mills of Philadelphia, and
Patrick Gilday of Clearfield, Pa. All
of them have been prominently iden identified
tified identified with the settlement of labor
troubles. '')': V;-:-."-
The commission will not deal witli
the present differences between the
operators and miners in. the Colorado
field but will attempt to settle simi similar
lar similar disputes in the future. Effprts to'
bring about a settlement of the pres present
ent present strike by an agreement between
the operators and, miners, it is an announced,
nounced, announced, will be continued by the
federal mediators who have been en

deavoring for some time to adjust the
controversy. They 'are Hywel Davies
and, F. R. Fairley.

RESERVE 'BOARD' WILL
LOWER THJE RATES

MARION CLUB MEETING
The Marion County Democratic
:iub 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.

Washington, Dec.1. It is stated
by. members of the Federal Reserve
Board that the board will '-' shortly
lower the re-discount rates half of

one per cent 'in southern districts.

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. Washington, Dec. 1. Borden Uar Uar-riman,
riman, Uar-riman, the wealthy New York banker,
died at his residence here today.
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MEETING OF BUSINESS
MEN THURSDAY MORNING

With Agent of Coast Line for Mutual
Benefit of Town and Railroad
Mr. M. R. Williams, Atlantic Coast
Line agent in this city, received Hhe
following yesterday:
Dear sir:- t
I will be in .Ocala Thursday De December
cember December 3rd, for the purpose of meet meeting
ing meeting your representative business men
and farmers, and I wi) appreciate it
if you. will arrange a meeting at
10:30-a. m.; at some place suitable

and agreeable to the intelligent ele element
ment element of your business men. .; t
Give this; general publicity land see
your business men personally, ex explaining
plaining explaining 5 to them the object of the
meeting,
I will address them upon the best
methods of community; advertising
agricultural and industrial economics,
with special' reference for the im improvement
provement improvement and development of their
immediate section.
C. A. Maull, Adv. Agt.
A. C L. R. R.

Paris, D2C 1. Tho"' third great
phase cf the war in Western Europe
has begun, according to cfTicirJ and
uncCcial reports from the north. The
indications are that tha Germans in
the west intend to remain on the de de-f
f de-f ensive and divert all available
strength against the Russians sv;eep sv;eep-ing.
ing. sv;eep-ing. into Eastern Prurrfr,.
The first big phase wes :he attempt
of the Germans to take Pcric, which
failed! The second was to sweep to
the coast in the effort to take Calais
and Dunkirk,, which the allies frus frustrated.
trated. frustrated.
ARMORED TRAINS FOUGHT
German and British armored trains
fought a spectacular battle near
Ypres this morning. Ths German
train was smashed.
It is rumored some German soldiers

at the front mutinied. Another .ru .rumor
mor .rumor says the; Germans before Dit Dit-mude
mude Dit-mude have begun to retire.
ATTACK ALONG. THE AISNE
Paris, Dc. 1. It is officially an announced
nounced announced at three this afternoon thnt

the French along the Aine have been
subjected to a furious bombardment
by the German center. In Wrcst Flan Flanders
ders Flanders and North. Arras, the German
artillery is active. No German in infantry
fantry infantry attacks were made in Belgium
yesterday, but attacks and counter
attacks are. reported from the Argon Argon-ne.
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OFFICER WENT INSANE
ParisDec. 1. It is rumored an of officer
ficer officer of the general staff suddenly
went insane at German 'headquarters
and attacked the Kaiser with a drawn
sword. He was .overpowered and re removed,
moved, removed, hurling epithets at tho em em-porer.
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McCoy shot and killed his wife and
John Byrely, thqn suicided with car carbolic
bolic carbolic acid this morning. Jcalou-y
was the cause.

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They say the food and service at
the Ocala iHouse dining room is fine.
The proof of Chq pudding is in chew chewing
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The .best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at -the now. dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf

C DOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at.
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FROtVl NOW ON PRICES WII.L RAWGE FRQWi 025 AND UP
We will Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by F. SCHER.
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool. , :

WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO -MAKE THE Si 5 SUITS AND OVERCOAT

Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall" Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.

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Woman and War
(By Olive Schreiner)
We have always borne part of the
weight of war, and the major part.
It is not that in primitive times we
suffered from the destruction of the
fields we tilled and the houses we
built; it is not that in a comparatively
insignificant manner, as nurses of the
wounded in modern times, or now
and again as warrior chief tainesses,
and leaders in primitive and other so societies,
cieties, societies, we have borne our part; nor
is it even because the spirit of reso resolution
lution resolution in its women, and their will willingness
ingness willingness to endure, has in all. ages
again and again largely determined
the fate of a race that goes to war,
that we demand our controlling right
where war is concerned. Our rela relation
tion relation to war is far more intimate, per personal,
sonal, personal, and Indissoluble than this. Men
have made boomerangs, bows, swords
or guns with which to destroy one an another;
other; another; we have made the men who de destroyed
stroyed destroyed and were destroyed! We have
in all ages produced, at an enormous
cost, the primal munition of war,
without which no other could exist.
There is no battlefield on earth, nor
ever has" been, howsoever covered
with slain, which it has not cost the
women of the race more in actual
bloodshed and anguish to supply, than
it has cost the men who lie there.
We pay the first cost on all human
life. v ''C:.:.v
There is perhaps, no woman who
could look down upon a battlefield cov covered
ered covered with slain but the thought would
rise in her, "So many mothers' sons!
So many young bodies brought into
the world to lie there! So vmany
months, of weariness and pain while
bones and muscles were shaped with
in! So man- hours of anguish andi
struggle that breath might be! So
many baby mouths drawing life at
women's breasts all this, that men
might lie with glazed eyeballs, and
swollen faces, and fixed, blue unclos unclosed
ed unclosed mouths and great limbs tossed!"
And we cry, "Without an inexorable
cause this must, not be!" No woman
who is a woman says of a human
body "it is nothing."
No tinseU of trumpets and flags
will ultimately seduce women into the
insanity of recklessly destroying life,
or gild the willful taking of life with
any other name than that of murder,
whether it be the slaughter of the
million' or of the one by one. And
this will be, not because with the
function of maternity necessarily
goes in the human creature a deeper
moral insight or a loftier type of so social
cial social instinct than that which accom
panies the paternal. Men have in all
ages led nobly as women in many
paths of, heroic virtue, and toward
the higher social sympathies; in cer certain
tain certain ages, being freer and more wide
ly culture'd, they have led further
and better.
Nor will women shrink from war
because they lack courage. Earth's
women of every generation bave fac
ed suffering and death with an equan
imity that no soldier on a battlefield
has ever surpassed and few have
preserve life, or land, or freedom,
rather than for aggrandizement and
power, women have in all ages known
how to bear an active part and die.
Nor will woman's influence militate
against war because in the ,future
woman will not be able physically to
bear her part in it. The smaller size
of her muscle, which might severely
have disadvantage her when war was
conducted with a battle-ax or sword
and hand to hand, would now little or
not at all affect her. If intent on
training for war, she might acquire
the skill for guiding a Maxim or for
shooting down a foe with a Lee-Met-ford
at four thousand yards as ably as
any male; and undoubtedly it has not
been only the peasant girl of France
who has carried latent and hid in her
person the gifts that would make
the great general. If our European
nations should continue in their pres present
ent present semi-civilized condition a few gen generations
erations generations more it is highly probable
that as financiers, as managers of
commissariat departments, as in inspectors
spectors inspectors of provisions and clothing
for the army, women may probably
play a very leading part,, and that
the nation which is 'the first to em employ
ploy employ women may be placed at a vast
advantage over its fellows in time of
war. It is not because of woman's
cowardice, in capacity, nor, above all,
because of her voice is fully and clear
ly heard in the severance of states:
it is because, on this one point, and on
this point alone, the knowledge of
woman, simply as woman, is superior
to that of man. She knows the his history
tory history of human flesh; she knows its
cost; he does not.
In a besieged city it might well hap
pen that men in the streets might
seize upon statues and marble earr earrings
ings earrings from public buildings and gal galleries
leries galleries and hurl them in to stop the
J breaches made in their ramparts by

the enemy, unconsideringly and mere merely
ly merely because they came first to hand,
not valuing them more than had they
been paving stones. One man, how however,
ever, however, could not do this the sculptor.
He who, though there might be no
work of his own chisel among them,
yet he knew what each of these
works of art had cost, knew by ex experience
perience experience the long years of struggle
and study and the infinitude of toil
which had gone to the shaping of even
one limb to the carving of even one
perfect outline, he could never so use
them without thought or care. In Instinctively
stinctively Instinctively he would seek to throw in
household goods, even gold and silver,
all the city held, before he sacrificed
its works of art!
Men's bodies are our women's work
of art. Given to us power to control
we will never carelessly throw them
in to fill up the gaps in ambitions
and greeds. The thought, would never
come to us as women, "Cast'irf men's
bodies; settle the thing so!" Arbi Arbitration
tration Arbitration and compensation would as
naturally occur to her as cheaper and

simpler methods of bridging. the gaps
in national relationships, as to the
sculptor it would occur to throw in
anything rather than statuary,
though he might be driven to that
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This is one of those phases of hu human
man human life- not (very numerous, but
very important? toward which the
man as man, and 'the woman as wo
man, on the mere ground of their dif
ferent sexual function with regard to
reproduction, stand, and must stand,
at a somewhat differing angle.
The twenty thousand men prema
turely slain on a field of battle mean
to the women of their race twenty
thousand human creatures to be borne
within them for months, given ibirth
to in anguish, fed from their breasts
and reared with toil, if the numbers
of the tribe and the strength of the
nation are to be maintained. In na
tions continually at war, incessant
unbroken child bearing is by war im
posed on all women if the state is to
survive ; and whenever war occurs, if
numbers are to be maintained, there
must be an increased child bearing
and rearing. This throws upon wo woman
man woman as woman a war tax compared
with which all that the male expends
in military preparation is compara
tively light.
The reltions of the female toward
the production of human life influence
undoubtedly even her relation toward
animal and all life. "It is a fine day,
let us go out, and kill something I"
The cry of the typical male of cer
tain races, instinctively. "There is
a living, thing, almost equally, in instinctively.
stinctively. instinctively. It is true that ,the 1 wo woman
man woman will ; sacrifice as mercilessly, as
cruelly, the life of a hated rival or an
enemy, as any male; but she alwayiL
knows what she is doing, and the val
ue of the life she takes! There is no
lighthearted, earless -enjoyment in
the sacrafice of life to the normal wo woman:,
man:, woman:, her instinct, instructed by ex experience,
perience, experience, steps in to prevent it. She
always knows what life costs, and
that is more easy to destroy than cre create
ate create it.
For the vast bulk of humanity,
probably for. generations to come, the
instinctive antagonism of the human
child-bearer to reckless destruction
of that which she has at so much
cost produced will probably be neces
sary to educate the race to any cler
conception of the bestiality and in
sanity of -war.
HOW'S TiifS?
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for, any case of catarm that
cannot be cured by Hall's. Catarrh
Cure.-.-."'
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, (have known.
F. J. Cheney for the Iast lo years,
and 'believe him perfectly honorable
in all (business transactions and fi
nancially able to carry out any oblK
gations made -by 'his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is .taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon: the
blood and mucous surfaces, of the
system. Testimonials pent free
Price 7 o cents per hot tie Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's 'Family
Pills for constipation. ad
IMPORTANT
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only smove the bowels,
but improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax hooks for the payment .if
1914 state and county taxes are now
open. -
Be sure'and ling oir send a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when, you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen1 the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2 per cent, discount for all
November payments and one ( 1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
11-3-2m Ta Collector Marlon Co.
: Now is the time to' plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

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We have for sale large lot with handsome home
which must be sold within next sixty daysparty has
Better see us quick. ; -

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priced very low for cash.

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COUXTKY rEOPIiC
WEICOIIE AT TIIE LIEI1ARY
Miss-touise Gamsby, ths librarian
in charge of the library, iwhich. no'
has it3 quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read the boons. Also
that there are a iarge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish thern, magazines that
have heen given by different persons
who have finished with them.
BEST COUGH lEDICIXE
CHILD REX
FOR
"Three years ago when I was liv living
ing living in Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and couched dread dreadfully,
fully, dreadfully, .Upon the advice of a druggist,-!
purchased a h-ottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and it bene
fited ihim at once. I find it 'the best
cough medicine for. children 'because
it4 is tpleasant to take. They do not
Object taking it," writes Mrs. La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and anay
be given a child as confidently as to
ar. adult. Sold by all dealers. ad
crrr taxes
The city tax books nave been opea
for payment of 1914 ? taxes since
Oct. 1st. The lawr provides that
they be closed Oec. 1st, .after which
a penalty of 10 per" cent. caall ho
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure, of personal property.
W Vf. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector,
Ofnce in court foouse. .' 11-6-tf
DESPOXDEXCY DUE TO INDIGES
TION
It is not at all surprising that per
sons: who have indigestion become
discouraged and despondent. Here
are a few rwords of hope and cheer
for them oy IMts. Blanche IBowers,
Indiana, Pa.: 4fFor years any diges
tion was so ptor that I mild scarcely
eat the lightest -foods. It rled every,
things that I 'heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Cham berlain's "Tablets Adver Advertised
tised Advertised ard get a toottle of theai, -did 1
find the right treatment. I soon Le-
gan to Improve and since taking
few (bottles of them my digerstlon is
fine." For sale "by all dealers. ad
HIi Kind Heart.
Master of the House, sternlj Yca
told my taller when ho came to col collect
lect collect his bill yesterday. that I owed you
six months' wages. How came you
to be so indiscreet?" The Servant
"I meant no harm, sir I only wanted
to console him a bit.,sir'e Eeemed
that down'earted. sir." '
REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP
4'Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got Mm 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 iphlegm. and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most gratef ix
for what this remedy has done, for
him." For sale., by all dealers. ad
.Superb
Chocolates
All other chocolates seem
just ordinary after you once
try They are just
as pure and wholesome as they
are delicious. We secured the
agency for the Huyler line
knowing there is nothing finer,
and because we know too that
people will unconsciously
judge the value of our stock
by the individual lines we
carry. We will be glad to
have you judge this confec confectionery
tionery confectionery as soon as convenient.
In packages from ioc. up.

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t u 3 street C?.r servic-s to U-Ica Cutica. Har.i-
wT baggage to and frotn Loats aai trala Lea
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CUT OUT PAlMJll UULLS
ladlc3
We will. give to tho ladlc3 and
children a. cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitti'ig & Knight, Drug
gists. 4 11-C.
CtrugI to Hida the Truth.
V7hat makes you insist on always
dancing, with that girl? You know you
dance hadly." ;
"That's true replied the determined
youth. T thini: a lctof that gill. If
I dance with her Instead of letting her
sit down and watch mo at a distance
maybe I can keep her from seeing
what a fearful dancer I really am.M
Washington Ctar.
Arabic Alphabet.'
The Arabic alphabet ha3 twenty-nine
letters, each of which is vrrittcn diflcr diflcr-cntly.
cntly. diflcr-cntly. according as It stands alone cr,
in combination with ether letter.:., at
the beginning, middle cr end cf a
word. To learn tho alphabet, there therefore,
fore, therefore, means to memorize 4X20110
different signs.
Truth snd Love.
When I remember how carac:U.?
men have striven to think their uay
into the cccrets of the unircrce an 1
how certainly they have failed I tes
clearly that only he who lives into
truth find3 it and that love alone 13
immortal. Hamilton Wright Mable.
fc Queer English.
Tlere Is an example of the quaint
misuse of words, the confusion of pro pronouns
nouns pronouns being not many yeans ago, what whatever
ever whatever may be tbe case now, quite com
mon among the country peopl3 of
Hampshire. England: "If tcr won't 0
along o' we us won't go aioug o' zhe"
. Naming ft.
'What kept you so lonir?"
was showing that pretty girl how
to reach ber destination.
"I call that mlss-directad energy,-
Baltimore .American.
Two Things He Hadn't Dens.
Howell You are getting absentxnizd absentxnizd-ed.
ed. absentxnizd-ed. Powell Well. I never yet have
blackened my teetS and put tocth pow powder
der powder on my shoes. New York Pres.
The only "Hotel on the Square
now offers you the service of it3
dining room. Tull come again if
you try it. 23-tf

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i'anda rr.rr.i welcome. Ab:olutcly f-reprcor; every :!.!:'-
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cafe cf fiacst vltSwut resmstlc'r.t, ttiJ
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tut ncr.o did ir.o r.ny csd
1 read' one 'day aboul 'Cdrdu!, itic
mn's toni:, end i t!:c;Jc..l 1: I
!:d not trJ:en t::t cbcut ci:; f:c !.fi
i vr:j c3iTi3-t cured, li dvl r.:
tried, put feilisr. -v,;,f ;
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t-ial, Vc IjcI con;:d:::t it will i
Ixt.cs'itito'a million' cttisr;Tc;
ihz pzst'hvli century.
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that the avcrro Icr.th cI.'l? u.' :
Inhabitants v,? CO yrir.:. l:i-T
these conditions cf lit;
Thus the value of hu:.-"r: l:f, r
oned in terras of time rJcr.e, h?.U i.'
than doubled in less than hr.If v
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such as are said to surround the famous bub bub-:
: bub-: bling spring at Carlsbad.
There are many trees in Wyomiha Park.
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. r
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 arid right at Lover's Lane."
LOUIS R. CM A SAL & SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE

Holder Building,
Telephone 228.
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Crystal River, '..Fla.-

Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
small.
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address

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The Poem Contest which has been advertised in
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tomorrow and judges named.

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STEINWAY AND CHICKERING
PIANOS
Player Pianos and Victor-Victrolas
and Records
"FROM FACTORY TO HOME"
A. M. LiiNSFORD
Phone 14 Ocala, Fla.

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me after shaving. AH the value is in the perfume-you don't
pay extra for a fancy bottle. The quality is wonderful. The
?ncf 2ly VP- f ,end lc-fo te little bottte-eaoush
xor 50 handkerchiefs. Write today.
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ST. GAUDENS' GOLD COINS.

This Country Did Not Appreciate Their
Art. Says a Critic
All the arts imi uue. says I-iyton
Crippon In tii.H book. "Clay aud Fire."
i show degradation today. In mauv cases
degnuLu.oii u great that they have
virtually reased to exist. We have not
cnly forgotttn how to maize beautiful
things, but we have even acquired an
Instinctive dislike of beautiful things.
They sein to have become offensive to
xisl
There was recently one curious Vt
tie Instance to which I am tempted to
refer Knowing' as It did thit in our
present stage of degradation beauty is
not only Ignored, but has actually be become
come become offensive, causes instinctive dis
like. Tte St. Gun dens ten'-and live doi
lar sold pieces were undoubtedly the
noblest ?oins produced in any country
In 200 years. Within a couple of
months the American public h;id howl.,
ed them out of circulation, v
The explanation was afterward
made that the coins were disl Iked be because
cause because the relief was inconveniently
liigh, but a reference to the tiles of the
2Tew York or .Chicago papers atM con
?ince any body that the original outcry
vras against the design and only the
cesign of these exquisite examples of
die cuttin g. But America has no mo.
ropoly of this instinctive hatred of
t eauty. I!t is exemplified fc the va n
tfaJism that is now common ail over
Europe, tlie destruction of ancient and
glorious buildings, usually without val valid
id valid excuse,1'
OXYGEN GAS.
Tlie Value of Rev. Joseph Priestley's
Momentous Discovery. )
Oxygen was discovered in the year
1774- Joseph Prieytley. a dissenting
English ci ergyma n w ho had turned
scientist, obtained the hitherto un unknown
known unknown gas by igniting mercuric uxide.
The oxygen he thus produced be called
"dephlogisticated air."
He and Benjamin Franklin bad often
discussed ; the mysterious composition
of air and water. No one up tc- that
time had determined what etemont it
was in both which so invigorated the
physical ettergiesf of man. It is said
that Priestley mader his actual dis discovery
covery discovery of the oxygen while experiment
Ing In a brewery near his home in
England. He spent tbe last ten years
of his life in the United States, a
voluntary exile.
Today a monument stands in Eng
land to commemorate Priestley's dis dis-.covery.
.covery. dis-.covery. Were be alive, be coild read
of thousands of lives saved by bis
work. Oxygen is tbe only gas capable
of supporting respiration, and Is re
peatedly used in the sick chamber to
pull a patient through a crisis. Hel Helmets,
mets, Helmets, equipped with oxygen attach attachments
ments attachments enable the diver to go to c-cean
depths, the aviator to ascend into rati ratified
fied ratified air. the. fire man to stand In dense
smoke, and rescuers to descend Into
gas filled mines. So wide are Its uses
tbat some 4.000.000 cubic feet of this
gas are bottled In the Onited States
every year. New York Post-
Clog Almanacs.
In early times in'England the people
csed what were called clog almanacs,
which remained in use till the begin
ning of the eighteenth century. An old
writer thus describes them: ; V
This almanac Is usually a square
piece of wood containing three months
on each of the four eages. The num
ber xt days inithem ore expressed by"
notches, the first day by a notch with
a patulous stroke turned up from It
and every seventh by a large sized
notch. Over against madly of tb
notches are placed on 'thft left hand
several marks or syrcboWdenoting the
golden number or cycle bT. tbe moon
The festivals a re marked by synbols
of the several saints issuing from the
notches."
; The Exception.
Uncle Zack. the stable man. enjoyed
local repute as a weather prophet.iMis3
Cassie. coming down early one morn morning,
ing, morning, found Zack on the back porch. t
4Is the rain going to last all day.
Zack?" she asked.
. "Yessum. Ah reckinv it is.
Wby, Zack." Miss Cassie said. "I
have always hen rd you say. Italn be before
fore before 7. clear before 11. Isn't that
true?" .;v,':V..;-v-'
m "Yessum. it's strickly true." Dncle
Zack maintained stoutly, "jes' 'ceptingj
it doan't apply to an all day rain,
ma'am." New York Post.
No Sightseer.
Little Bobby Papa, did you ever see
a cyclone carrying Souses up in the air
and cows and horses and wagons up upside
side upside down? Papa No, my son. Little
Bobby Did you ever see a sea ser serpent?
pent? serpent? Papa No. my son. Little Bob Bobby
by Bobby 1 should think It 'nd be tiresome to
live to your age and never see any anything.
thing. anything. London Mail.
A Great Difference.
You always advised against specn specn-lationr
lationr specn-lationr Yes. returned Mr. D us tin Stax.
You never played the market yonr-
"No, 6lr. I never played it; I work worked
ed worked it. Washington Star. 1
Then She Couldn't Talk.
And what do yon think I'd look
best in, George?" Inquired the chatter chattering
ing chattering wife at the recess of a three hour
talk on clothes.
"In a coma, darling." replied George,
he having secured his hat New York
Press.
Plenty of Difference.
What is the difference between a
J cloud and a whipped child? One poors
with rain una the other roars wttn
pain. Iotidon Telegraph.

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HELP A WORTHY CAUSE
You can do so by subscritiiig to
the work o! the Boys' Club. The
boys are anxious to enlarge the
scooa of the" work and are much in
need of funds to secure a place of
meeting. Funds are being solicited
to rent a rodm and also to furnish
same. In this column will appear
from day to day the names of those
contributing and the amount contri contributed!
buted! contributed! Ail monies should be paid
to the club treasurer, Master Wellic
Meffert. See Charles Duval, presi president,
dent, president, or B. Bowers, adviser, for
particulars and to give subscriptions.
.4. Subscriptions
Men's Class of Religious Investi Investigation,
gation, Investigation, $1. 50 a month.
Tvo Rules of Life.
13ere is a man whose guiding princi.
pl is hate. He is forever trying to
punish somebody for some real or fan fancied
cied fancied grievance. He will spend money
an.J tbouglit and time to bring confu confusion'
sion' confusion' upon soiye one whom be chooses
to regard rfs ant enemy. ; money and
thciught and time which he might em employ
ploy employ in advancing his own fortunes or
In nobler effort. When he succeeds in
his iend be seems to take a brief satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction in his work, but he does not
imrress us as w happy man. He soon
forgets all alwiit the, punished enemy
and casts about for a new one to pun punish.
ish. punish. When he fails in his end and bis
meiny escsi pes or punishes him he Is
very much cast down.
One mlvantnge of taking the diamet diametrically
rically diametrically opposite passion to the one this
man has selected as your guiding prin principle
ciple principle of life Is that even when you lose
you win. Columbus Journal.
HOMES OF WOMEN WRECKED
BY THE INVADERS
: Women Deserve a Better Fate
American women are better off than
their European sisters in most re respects.
spects. respects. Our American girls, howev however,
er, however, are of highly nervous organiza organization
tion organization and usually suffer f vom troubles
peculiar to their sex.
When a girl becomes a woman,
when a woman becomes a mother,
when women pass through the
changes of middle life, are the three
periods of life when health and
strength are most needed to with withstand
stand withstand the pain and distress often
caused by severe organic disturb disturbances.
ances. disturbances. x
At these critical times women are
best fortified by the. use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, an old
remedy of proved worth that keeps
the entire female system 1 perfectly
regulated and in excellent condition.
Mothers, if your daughters are
weak, lack ambition, are troubled
with headaches, lassitude and are pale
and sickly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription is just what they need to
surely bring the bloom' of health to
their cheeks and make them strong
and healthy.
' For all diseases peculiar to woman,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a powerful restorative. During the
last 40 years it has banished from the
lives of tens of thousands of women
the pain, worry, misery and distress
caused by irregularities and diseases
of a feminine character.
If you are a sufferer, if your daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, mother sister needs help get Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription in
liquid or tablet form at any medicine
dealers today. Then address Dr.
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo; N. Y.,
arid you will receive confidential ad advice
vice advice from a staff of specialists that
will not cost you a penny.' Today is
the day; 136 page book on women's
diseases sent free. 10
a. jo urn tery mucn out or me or ordinary
dinary ordinary is reported from Edmonton,
Canada, from which point five men suc succeeded.
ceeded. succeeded. in making an 800 mile autoino
bile trip to Peace River Crossing on
or near Lesser Slave lake, a district
usually regarded as sub-arctic, and
certainly virgin country so far as
automobile travel is concerned. A
photograph from Edmonton shows the
five men fishing in good old Hudson
bay style through the ice of t Lesser
Slave lake, with the automobile In the
near distance. Couriers du bois usu
ally engage in th latter operation to
get iish for themselves and their dogs,
but the automobile never starves as
long as the fuel holds out The jour journey
ney journey probably wa3 not difficult, for the
trail undoubtedly has been broken.
Still it is rather startling to think of
an automobile running up almost into
the wood bu2alo and musk-ox coun country,
try, country, but not mere indicative of mod modern
ern modern progress than the rumor that
reaches us, of regulations to be laid
down by the government relative to
the crossing of the great Mississippi
migratory bird belt aeroplanes.--Forest
and Stream. W
AV. IL Lane, 31. D. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.
When Speed Becomes Dangerous.
Mrs. Rose Pastor Stokes, speaking
t the first annual conference of the
American Museum of Safety in New
Tcrk, says that speed Is the real prob problem
lem problem of labor. It is not that machin machinery
ery machinery U so dangerous, she says, but
what is called industrial efficiency
keys the workers up to a pitch that
means In tjime mental and physical
exhaustion. Sh 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, sho
says, and they do not realize how they
grind down the girls in their eeeking
for efficiency.

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PROOF OF REINCAR-
NATION IN POETRY

Postmaster Rogers, the Star is glad
to say, passed a comfortable night
.and1 is doing well today.-
Americans shouldn't sneer at either
side of the fighters in Europe. Men

who are suffering and. dying for a
cause, even a mistaken cause, deserve
respect.

If" the combatants in Europe can
Tbecome any madder than the people
of an American county over a wet or
-dry or county-seat election, they must
Ihe some fierce.

Everybody likes to see a fine' horse,
rmd everybody likes to look at a pret-
U 11 at

sy woman, ine combination is lrre-

-equestriennes among our ladies. i'

'.That!it "takes two to make a quar quar-:Tel''
:Tel'' quar-:Tel'' is an old saying, and like most
old sayings is untrue. It only takes
one to make a quarrel, and most of
iLhe quarrels, individual and interna international,"
tional," international," are made by one person or one
Iparty bent on making trouble.
-The Russians have pushed an army
"thru the Carpathians south of Lem Lem-lierg
lierg Lem-lierg and invaded Hungary. The ad ad-iratnce
iratnce ad-iratnce seems to have been made in the

Ea.cc of bitter winter weather and od-

position from the Austrian troops and
aocas as great a military exploit as
JSIaixnibars nassaere of the Alps.

" The military system of Switzerland
Is the one needed in the .United
States. In Switzerland, every able-

bodied man belongs to the standing

rifle and ammunition, he must drill
ifsro "weeks every year and practice
.'shooting at targets until he is fairly

prohcient with his gun. bucn a sys-

jftti i n tut; uiubcu oiaics wuum ptu-

k invading army before it could ad advance
vance advance a hundred miles.

not yet been a naval battle between
British and Germans that has given
the world a fair chance to decide be between
tween between the respective : merits of the
ships and men. In the North Sea bat battle,
tle, battle, the British seem to have had a
considerable superiority ; over the
Germans; in the battle off the Chil Chilean
ean Chilean coast, the Germans had a great
advantage over the British, and when
the German ; cruiser Emden was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by the Australian warship
Sidney, the former vessel was hope hopelessly
lessly hopelessly outclassed. A stand-up fight
between two squadrons of equal force
would be welcomed by the warring
nations and the world at large.

Ever since some critical guy ac accused
cused accused Bacon of writing Bill Shaks Shaks-pe
pe Shaks-pe re's plays, there has been a proces procession
sion procession of critics who try to put poetry
in the same class with the seven orig original
inal original jokes.
No patriotic American will admit
that Longfellow could have plagiar plagiarized'
ized' plagiarized' 'Hiawatha," even if he would
have done so. Yet some unkind per

son has unearthed a Norwegian saga,
which fits into "Hiawatha" like a No.
8 foot into a No. 9" shoe. -It wobbles

around Isome, but the outlines are
there.
' All of us have heard of and some
of us have read (when we couldn't
find anything else to do, Meredith's
verse story of ; Lucille. It contains
one great fundamental 'truth, namely,
that "civilized man cannot live ? with without
out without cooks," is as smooth in rhythm
as molasses pouring out of a jug, is
as long as a well rope and much dry dryer.
er. dryer. But it made" Meredith a great
rep. Strange to say,v an American

poet, a couple of years before "Lu "Lucille"
cille" "Lucille" came out, perpetrated a poem

so similar to Meredith's offense that
they should have been connned in the

same cell. Had the American been a

wise f guy, he would have i taken his
poems ,to Europe, and printed then

in a book with a tommyhawk and a
scalping knife on v the coyer. Poets,
like prophetsj being; without honor in
their own country Hhe -' American's
poem was not read in America," while
Meredith's sometimes is, or rather
was. ; v -vc V ', -Some
people claim that Rider Hag Haggard
gard Haggard obtained his idea for "She"
from Moore's" "Fire Worshippers."
Both works have their merits
Moore's--c poem Ms shorty while if a
wicked man whose conscience wasn't
dead could read Haggard's book and
eat a Welsh rarebit before going to

The tournament at the county fair
did not turn out as well as had been
expected, principally because it was
in the wty of the races ,or the races
were in its way, according to wheth whether
er whether the people were the most interest interested
ed interested in tournament or races. There is
plenty of evidence, however, that a
great deal of interest was taken in
this noble sport, and a number of
young men, in, whose natures the
knightly spirit yet predominates ov

er the mechanical, desire to have a J bed, he might have a dream that

lost a very pretty baby, or was mak making
ing making believe she had, and wrote a poem
to fit the event. If you will re-read
Mr. Wimpy's verses, you will see that
they rather express the sorrow of
parting than the joy we .. should like
all people to feel in thinking of
Ocala. We disremember the lost
child's name, but it was Margarita or
Evalina or some other four-syllabled
handle that fitted the meter better
than Ocala's three. The first verse

read:- ' '

Margarita! Angels named her,
. And they took the, light
Of the laughing stars and framed her
In a robe of white
And they made her hair of gloomy :
Midnight and her eyes of bloomy
Moonshine; and they brought her to
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In the hush of, night.". -- s
Waking up after a sleep of thirty
odd years" has caused the Muse, to

limp a little perhaps her, foot stay

ed asleep after the rest of her woke

ud.' And she can't be blamed for

changing a few words after such a
longjiap. All things, considered, she

remembered very well.

The vdrses were printed, some time

in the 80's, in one of the compara comparatively
tively comparatively few magazines published in

America at that time. " And, as we

fear there, may be some copies yet in

existence, and Ocala might be accus

ed of plargiarism, or dreamchild

stealing, if she adopted the poem, we
would advise, against doing so, tho
we think the pretty thing should be

petted and given a bouquet.
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' Xattle Holland declines offers of fi fi-Tsmtfml
Tsmtfml fi-Tsmtfml aid from Americans' in car caring
ing caring for the Belgian refugees in the
JMharlands. There are a million of
2ue25 unfortunate people, in Holland,
-snd S00,000 of them are penniless.
Holland always one of the oiggest
little nations in the world. She has
Zess than 14,000 miles of territory and
zhgmt t?.000.000 nonulation. and tak-

ins care of a million homeless people
Titrald be a big job for a country four
ktimes as large. 1
The liami Herald stoutly main maintains
tains maintains that the death of Adam Boggs
sxnd his daughter in their home at
. Coco ami t Grove one night last week
-ems an accident and not murder.
ZPferhaps so. Unless these two people,
luth of whom were healthy and vig vig-ziouSj
ziouSj vig-ziouSj chloroformed themselves before

soing to bed, it is difficult to see why
th&y couldn't escape when the fire
rolce out; also, it is peculiar that
Iiolh had fractured skulls. But we

2qpe the Herald is correct. If it isn't,
32ml the guilty parties are found, we
Tiope they will be lynched at once,
and the east coast, spared another

Iisj;race like the Packwood case.

"We see by the Herald that the

-people of Sanford are somewhat im impressed
pressed impressed with the idea of making the
St. Johns river into an east coast

4scnal; which could be done by cutting

xhru the narrow strip between the

headwaters of the river, and the In-

dian river at Eau Gallie. It would

Jiare a great advantage over the

present East' Coast canal in depth of
-cater along most of its route; also,
rafter it was established the current

of the river would do more toward
Steeping the channel dredged than is
passible in the tidewater canal, which
""is constantly filling up. A meeting
rat Palatka will be held Dec. 14, to
cfeal with the question. A delegation
I-rom Ocala should be present, as it
TDTDiild be greatly to the advantage of
tOcila if this route should be adopted.

tournament at some time when it will
notv be hampered by other matters.
With this end in view, many are con considering
sidering considering having a full-size tilting
match' at the fair grounds on the
fourth of July. It would be a splen splendid
did splendid idea if fully worked out. A man
who has never ridden a good horse
doesn't really know what it is to feel
proud and our young men are mak making
ing making a great mistake in neglecting
horsemanship tas they have been doing
for the last twenty years. Marion
county should be able to furnish at
least two hundred good riders, and
if we can have a well-conducted tour tournament
nament tournament on our next fourth we will
have an attraction that may be imi imitated
tated imitated but won't be equalled anywhere

in the country.

Some wop who signs himself "Ob "Observer"
server" "Observer" has written an ill-natured let letter
ter letter from Jacksonville to the Marion
County Board of Trade, in which he
recommends the board to keep all

"useless" persons out of its head

quarters room. It is no use to answer

either a cantankerous critic or an
anonymous writer, but it isn't out of

place to say that the Marion County

Board of Trade does not consider as
useless anybody that comes to its

rooms. Most of them are good, some
very good and all some good.' More

than one man or woman in doubt or
in hard luck has found that Board of

Trade room a gateway to usefulness,
even prosperity. Those who enter in

search of information or friendship
are never so devoid of talent that
they can't find something helpful and

interesting. Any blame fool can crit criticise,
icise, criticise, but the Board of Trade does

things. ;

2 is reported that the German
squadron which defeated a British
Tcaval force off the coast of Chile a
oew weeks ago has come around the
jHkjrn into the Atlantic. If it has, it
. TacXn play havoc with British merch--shipping
to South America and
"dSozik Africa; it also increases its
La;nces of destruction. There has

The Times-Union makes a compari

ion between Belgium in the present
war and the South in 1861-5, showing
the South had the hardest fight and
suffered most. The' figures of our

civil war, particularly of the fightings

in Northern Virginia, should be kept

in the minds not only of Southerners,

but all Americans. About, the only

time the opposing armies were any anywhere
where anywhere near equal were, in the six six-days
days six-days fight near Richmond in 1862

and the second Manassas, when the
Confederates lacked only about 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 men of having as many soldiers
as their opponents. At Antietam Lee
had 33,000 men against McClellan's
80,000; at Fredericksburg he oppos

ed about 50,000 to at least twice as
many; at Chancellorsville he had 48, 48,-000
000 48,-000 to Hooker's. 132,000; at Gettys

burg he had 60,000 to Meade's 80,-

000; in the Wilderness he had 42,000

men against Grant's 140,000. -The

record of the army of Northern Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia has -not been equalled in his

tory. ;

Rev. William H. Dodge, D. D., pas-
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tor or the Jrresoyterian cnurcn in

Ocala,.' in a telegram to the Times-

Union last night, stated that he has
under consideration the call to the
East Jacksonville Presbyterian
church in this city, and ', will probably

accept. -Times-Union.

Dr. Dodge, on being interrogated

by. the Star, says the Times-Union

has quoted him correctly, y

would scare him into being good be before
fore before he woke up. The principle ob obstacle
stacle obstacle in theway is that a man with
a conscience never eats a "Welsh rare rarebit.
bit. rarebit. i I

Now comes a friend to ua all, a Mr.

C. W. Wimpy, from the great state

of Georgia, who is so enraptured
wi th Ocala that he hands to it, thru

the medium of our esteemed contem contem-po
po contem-po rary the Banner a 1 beautiful po em,
commencing with' the following verse:

Ocala angels named, her,

And they took the light
Of the laughing stars, and framed her
In a suite of white; T
And they, made her hair of gloomy
Midnight, and her; eyes of glowing
Moonshine, and they brought her, to

'me t r :
In' the silent night.
Very -pretty. True that the muse

limps somewhat in the first line, as

tho she had stumped her toe, or cast
it for a four-syllable name. 7 If Fate

had only named our town Tuskawilla
or Tuscaloosa or Tsalapopka it would
have fitted like a glove.

To resume:

In a solemn night ; of summer,.

When my heart of gloom ..'

Blossomed up to meet the corner

Like a rose .in bloom;

.All forebodings that distressed me,

I forgot as joy caressed me,

Living joy that caught and pressed me

In the arms of doom

Only spake the little lisper,

In the angel s tongue. f

Yet I, listenings heard; her whisper:

Songs are only sung

Here below, that they may grieve you,

Tales are told you to deceive you,

So must Ocala leave you

While her, love is young.

Then God smiled, and it was morning,

Matchless and supreme.

Heaven's glory seemed adorning
Earth with its esteem.
Every heart but mine seemed gifted
With the voice of prayer, and lifted
Where my Ocala drifted r

v From me like a dream

As we meander along thru this

classic effort, and pause doubtfully
between sad smiles and joyful tears,

we wonder only at one thing. Why
should Ocala leave us? Why can't
she stay on the job? Or why should
she leave Mr. Wimpy, or why should

Mr. Wimpy leave Ocala'?, Ocala loves
any man who can put the simoleons

up for his board bill.

We woijld like to t have this beau

tiful poevi : incorporated into and

adopted as "The Song of Ocala" but
for three things. One is, the afore aforesaid
said aforesaid limp in the rhythm makes it read

like it might have been written for
something else. Another is, -that 'a

person in a far country reading it
two or three years from now ; might

think that Ocala was no longer here
had gone away, as foreshadowed

in the poem; therefore it would be no

use for him to seek this charming -"'.locality.
Such an idea would go far to

ward defeating the publicity cam

paign of the Board of Trade.

Another objection is, that about a
third of a century ago,: in a previous

incarnation probably,: the muse visit visited
ed visited a poet, or,- to be more exact, a

poetess, and inspired her to write a
poem so similar that if Ocala were to

adopt this dream child of Mr. Wimpy'

brain, she might be accused of kid

napping. This poet lady had either

-'The Lord is my partner, I shall
not want. He maketh me to lie down
in green pastures, He leadeth me be

side the still waters. He restorcth

my reputation. He leadeth me in the

paths of big philanthropies for my
names' sake. Yea, tho I walk thru

the valley of labor strikes and revolu revolution,
tion, revolution, I ; will fear no evil; For thou
are with me. Thy church and thy
priestcraft, they comfort me. Thoa
preparest a table, before me in ths
presence of starving enemies. Thou

anointest my tongue with, oil; my
cup runneth over. Surely homage

and flattery shall follow me all : the
days of my life, and Twill dwell in a

big .tomb hereafter." Bouck White

n "The Call of the Carpenter."
, R. B. B.

NEWCOMERS, TO OCALA

:Mr. and Mrs. -Wm. H." Cotner and

son, of Hope Indiana, arrived in the

city last night to make their home

lere. They .have a carload of house

hold goods, feed and team, of horses

en route that will arrive today to

morrow and are today engaged in lo

eating a house. 1

R.- .C. Camp, president of the Flor

ida Power Company, will arrive here

thi3 evening and will address the

board of trade Tuesday evening on

the proposed new electric supply sys

tem. Messrs. James Murphy and

Bird Latham, of the new company,

went to Tarpon Springs this morning
and will accompany Mr. Camp from

that point to St. Petersburg along the
line of the proposed interurban rail railway.
way. railway. St. Petersburg Independent.

"Comrade" Schneider of the "Gold

en Acre" was in town yesterday, and

tried to wager a package of cheroots
that the Kaiser would eat Christmas
dinner in London. He found no tak takers,
ers, takers, however, as his friends feared
they would win the bet.

Mr. H. A. Kramer, who spent last

week at the Robinson residence at

Lake Weir, of which he has charge

says that several times during his

stay there, on opening the doors in

the morning, ; he found quail walking

around in the yard as tame as ch lik likens.
ens. likens. He considered them too tame
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Va., who is a business visitor in the
city, sold a carload of CorneU wagons

to Knight and Lang, which is a good

sign. -

Judge J. L. Billingsley of Miami, a

former Marion county citizen, ad

dressed a large audience at the Tarn

pa Y". M. C. A. Sunday, taking the af affirmative
firmative affirmative side of the wet of dry cam campaign
paign campaign now being waged, in Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county. Judge Billingsley's

address was very forcefull

Mr. Edwin Spencer, of Lakeland,

spent today in the city with his for

mer partner,. Mr. F. R. Hocker.

The Marion county friends of Mrs.

A. S. Mann and l, Mrs. William S

Jennings, of Jacksonville, will learn

with much regret of the painful in injuries
juries injuries sustained by the former Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when the street car on which
she was the only passenger, crashed
into another car. Mrs. Mann was
thrown nearly the full length of the

car and her back and head were

bruised by the fall.

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(If you have any items for this
i Little Miss'' Ruth Rawls left today
Vor" Jasksonviile, where she -will be
the guest of her grandparents, Mr.
ar.u Mrs. E. L. Maloney, until her
mother and two sisters conclude an
ek'.vnded visit to Mrs. Rawls sister,
Mrs. C. W. Hurler. y -v.;.',:
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iliss Frances Anderson, concluded
today a short vidt to ner cousin, Mrs.
R. C. Camp, leaving on the after afternoon
noon afternoon train for her home 'in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Miss Anderson is a former
popular Ocala girl and her visits are
a source of much pleasure ; to t her
many Ocala friends. s:';'.?S
Miss Fanny Robvnson leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Jacksonville to spend the
winter with her brother and siiiter-in-
law Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson.
Miss Robinson will be greatly missed
from the social activities but her host
of friend. join in wishing for her a
pleasant winter. ;
Mr, Harry Borland of Cito passed
through Ocala Monday en route to
Tampa to attend to important busi
ness m connection, with tfce citrus
, fruit exchange, of which he is an a
tiye worker.
Miss-'.Minnie Stovall .returned" this
afternoon from Tampa, where she
has been viisting her father,. Editor
W. F. Stovall and brother, Mr. W. O.
Stovall for a' week. Prior to going to
Tampa, Miss Stovall and t her father
spent a fortnight in Kentucky.
Miss Frankie Davis of Lecanto and
Miss Vida Parker of this cityi reach reached
ed reached Tallahassee this 'morning to take
the short course in domestic science.
Their trip is the .result of winning
the canning club prizes in CitruS'and
Marion counties. ; : '.; ;
Sirs. Billingsley after a sftort .-visit

. to Mrs. J. M. Meffert and Mrs;- F. W.
Kunze, has returned to Reddick To-

go to Miami to spend the winter with
her son, Judge, J. L. Billing id ey and
tamily.; .;.':. V ;
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Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, of thl. Marion
county canning club, has sent to Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee yto v be placed in Itho canning
club f exhibit rooms of the" Woman's
College, a large bqx filled, with ar articles
ticles articles from4 the canning club exhibit
at the Marion-Sumter Fair. The dis display
play display sent by Mrs. Moorhead will l be
"kept permanently at the colleger
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'Mr Porter Pillans of Orlando, who
has been spending a month resting
and recuperating at the hontq "of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pil'ans at
Electra, left yesterday, for home. Mr.
Pillans is a member of the Orlando
board of health. '.'
, Sunday at the Rogers Sanitarium
in Jacksonville, Mrs. H. F.; Vatt? of
this city underwent an ; operation.
For twoyears or more Mrs. Watt1, has
been a sufferer from rheumatism and
the operation Sunday was for .that
malady. She has the wishes of her
many friends for a speedy recovery.
lAttla Miss Helen Coe Watt duiv
ing the absencef, her parents in
i Jacksonville isthe dainty guest of
Mr. and Mrs. jf. S-Woodrow. Yes
terday they .went to Woodmar for a
iDrief stay at Blair Villa. "
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Mrs. William Martin is sick at her
I'ome on Exposition street.
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Mrs. J. H. McClymond3 accompan accompanied
ied accompanied her nephew and niece,- Mr. an Ci
Mrs." Carson 'of Ashland, Kan., to
Tampa this afternoon on a few days'
sight seeing, trip.
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There will be a meeting of the
civic committee of the Woman's Club
at the club rooms tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3:30. All members are urged
to be on hand, as matters of import importance
ance importance will be ip for discussion.
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The ladies of the Christian church
did very well with their lunch stand
at tt.e fair grounds. V While all of
them refuse to be interviewed, the
Star has ascertained, by analysis and
deduction, as Darwin would say, that
they, annexed Uhe tidy little sum of
$200 o:: more. . f
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Rev. H. F. Williams of Nashville:
field secretary 01 the foreign missions
committee of the Southern Presbyter Presbyter-ian
ian Presbyter-ian chuich, gave la st night at the
Presbyterian church a thoroughly in interesting
teresting interesting lecture on Korea. The lec lecture
ture lecture wan illustrated with excellent
stereopticon pictures and was highly
enjoyed V.y the audience. Dr. WK1 WK1-inms
inms WK1-inms has visited f nany towns in the
. South am! before; returning to Nash Nashville
ville Nashville will make atrip to Cuba; He
is ccc.-npanied by LIrs. Williamsand

AFFAIRS

department call phone 106)
last night they were guests of Dr.
and Mrs. WH. Dodge at the manse,
leaving this afternoon for St. Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. ... : V. h
Mrs. Ilocker Entertained : Aucticn
'V y.'- CIubV-'"-,y;l
'.i'The Tuesday auction t. club spent
this afternoon most delightfully y.t
the cozy, home of Mrs. Frederick
Ilocker on Sanchez street. Playing
at the three tables were Mrs. R. N.
Dosh, Mrs. W. V. ,Newsom, Jr., Mass Masses
es Masses Marion Dewey, Ruby Gissendaner,
Kathleen Jackson, Ellen Clarksj,
Ethel Crosby, Nellie Gottlieb, Mary
McDowell, Dorothy Schreiber, Rose Rose-iud
iud Rose-iud Robinson and Mrs; Herbert Latt Latt-ner.
ner. Latt-ner. '.. ,-;V ; ."-y!.,
At the conclusion of the several
progressions the hostess served a
tempting lunch of oysters in patties,
fruit 'cocktail and wafers. The prize
for top score was a pretty Japanese
card case. '- ---'V---'
Mrs. Lew Lyons and baby of Des-
Ioinesr Iowa will arrive in the city
omorrow t to spend the winter with
Irs. Lyons'; mother. Mrs. E. Van
Hood and family. As Miss Bessye
Porter, Mrs. Lyons was one -of the
most popular of Ocala's young society
girls and has' a host of friends here
to welcome her visit. Dr. and Sirs.
Hood went up to Jacksonville on the
limited this afternoon to meet her.
Miss Jane May Hood,' daughter ; of
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hood, at one time
residents of Ocala, will be married at
the Baptist y church in Leesburg at
8:30 tomorrow evening to Mr. Hern Hern-don,
don, Hern-don, of Birmingham. The families of
Drs. E. Van and J. Walter Hood will
go to Leesburg tomorrow afternoon,
accompanied by Rev. Bunyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, to attend the wedding of their
former ; neighbor's daughter. s Miss
Marguerite v Porter twill sing one of
her superb solos just before the ceremony.;','-
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pal Episco-pal church -; will hold a silver tea Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, December 9th, from 3 to 6
o'clock, at the home of v Mrs. G. T.
Llaughs. The guild will have on sale
a ;yariety of fancy work articles and
home; made candies. i, A cordial invi invi-tation
tation invi-tation is extended to all f nend3 to
attend. C ;,'.;' .;4; -:':
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Mrs. Futch of Gainesville, who
spent fair week the guest of Mrs.v T.
E. Bridges, returned home yesterday.
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Mrs. Herbert La ttner returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a few days' visit to Jack Jacksonville.
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The Eastern' Star sewing circle
will meet. Wednesday afternoon with
the president, Mrs. Fanny Anthony.
There will be an election, of officers.
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Miss Blanche Mizelle, who was the
guest during fair week of Miss Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Jackson, returned to her, home at
'.Vrange Iake Yesterday. She was
act ompanied : by Miss Jackson and
mother, Mrs. J. C. Jackson, and Mr
Jim Pyles in the latter's car, and on
route Mr. Pyles attended to business
Mt Fort McCoy, Orange Springs and
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Mrs. C. R. Sapp, who is visiting
her sister at Toledo, Ohio, is improv
ing from her continued illness and
her many friends hope taht she will
soon be able to return home, in her
usual good health.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Curington and
baby, Mr. B. H. Bridges of Coleman
and Mrs. Simpson of Atlanta Ga.,
were in town shopping today and
took dinner at the Empire.
P'riend3 of Mrs. H. M. Hampton
will regret to hear of her illness at
her home on Oklawaha avenue. Th?
latter part of the week she will un undergo
dergo undergo an operation at the hospital for
appendicitis. Mrs. Sanders will come
t ere from Jacksonville to be wi vh
Mr. Hampton and two children dur during
ing during Mrs. Hampton's stay at the hot-
Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Hood wilt
mote
cr, to Leesburg tomorrow after-
noon to attendLtheweddmg of the
former's niece, Miss Jine Hood. Tne
wedding will be aipretty event of
.Jhumiay.
ProtrJ. S. Pearson "oT'Chicago, the
golf expert, will ; arrive the last of
this we ek or the first of next for his
annual winter visit to Ocala.
. We tiways (have on hand a fresh
s-jpply a! "tjie famous Norris candles.
Covrt Pharmacy.- ;; 2-6 1
Pennants and (pillow tops; latest
stjies, at.KREGER'S. V

To each of pur friends we extend
our sincere thanks for the many kind kindnesses
nesses kindnesses to us during father's illness
and death. The breath of fragrance
from each beautiful flower conveyed
a message of peace and love and was
a healing balm to our crushed hearts.
Most sincerely,
Mrs. W. V. Plummer.
Mrs. Ed. Carmichael.'

NOTICE
The regular meeting- of the Py Pythian
thian Pythian Sisters will ; be held this
evening at 7:30 o'clock and all mem-?
bers are urged to be present-as there
will, be urgent business Jto be trans-,
acted 'which .cannot be postponed.
28-3tV By order of the M. E. C.
Bluffed Savage King Mtesa.V
' When the well known African trav traveler
eler traveler Dr. Robert Kelkiu was staying
with the bloodthirsty King Mtesa of
Uganda many years ago the king, out
of gratitude for his visitor's medical
treatment, wished to cut off his bead.
On Dr. Felkln representing that the
treatment was not finished and that if
interrupted it would cause Mtesas
death the. latter granted him a reprieve
until he was quite recovered. Then
the execution was determined upon.
Emln Pasha, who was a friend of Dr.
Felkin. had instructed him most accu accurately
rately accurately about the state of affairs in
Uganda and had revealed to him an
important state secretnamely, whers
Mtesa's powder store was hidden. Dr.
Felkin remembered this at the right
moment and as a last resort threatened
that if Mtesa killed him he would
bring, down a flash of lightning upon
his powde store. 4 Mtesa replied in incredulously,
credulously, incredulously, ."Tell me where k it is,"
whereupon Dr. Felkin whispered In
his ear. "It is concealed under your
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Mtesa turned pale and allowed Fel Felkin
kin Felkin and his companions to live. The
"lightning maker's": authority increas-.
ed when next day a flash of lightning
happened to strike near the naremv
. A Frank Philosopher.
Charles EHot Norton in his Harvard
lectures on the history of art used
often to describe a meeting between
Thomas Carlyle and the philosopher
Mallock. t
"Mallock was a wise man," be would
say. "but; his views differed from Car Car-lyle's.
lyle's. Car-lyle's. and hence, though they were
true views," Carlyle deemed them false
and pernicious. We should all culti cultivate
vate cultivate a broad outlook, so as to escape
from, the narrow intolerance of a Car Carlyle.
lyle. Carlyle. When Mallock called on Carlyle
he talked in his' fluent way for two
straight hours. Then he i rose to : go.
At the door Carlyle. who had smoked
the whole time in grim silence, took
bis pipe from his mouth and said
mildly:'-r'A; --v i M'-.' i
1 Weel, goodby Mr. Mallock. J've
received ye kindly because 1 knew yer
mither, but I never want to set eyes
on ye again.'
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The expression "well tempered" or
"finely tempered" steel is generally
inisused. It is usually; taken to Indi Indicate
cate Indicate steel of extra hardness whereas
the reverse In the case, though very
few people are aware of the fact.
The greater the degree of tempering
the softer the steeb The steel worker
measures the degree of tempering by
the color of the metal. Thus the hard hardestnamely,
estnamely, hardestnamely, the .least tempered steel
Is light straw in color, while the soft softest
est softest kind is white.'
Between .these extremes, commenc commencing
ing commencing from the hard end of the scale,
are the following shades: Straw, dark
straw, ;J light bronze, bronze, dark
bronze. light blue, blue, dark blue.
Tempering! steel is a very delicate
business and one calling for that sense
of what is "just right," which Is found
In good cooks. London Answers.
Brutalities at Sea.
Naval punishments were brutally se severe
vere severe In the seventeenth century. They
marooned that is. they set a man
ashore alone on a desolate coast' or
island and left him to starve, to be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed by savages or wild beasts.
They keelhauled that is. they drag dragged
ged dragged a man naked by yardarm 5 whips
under the bottom of the ship and drew
him up raw and bloody with the harsh
wounding of barnacles and spikelike
adherences only to be submerged
afresh ere the unhappy miscreant could
fetch a full breath. They nailed a man
to the mainmast by driving a knife
through his hand. For murder (that
was often manslaughter) they tied the
living. fo the dead, back to backhand
threw them overboard
Push.
"Push." says a modern philosopher,
should be the big word in the vocabu vocabulary
lary vocabulary of every beginner. There is no
such thing as 'pull' applied to bodies.
The engine never pulls a trains but
"pushes it. The coupling of the engine
always extends behind that of the car
following and does actually shove it
forward." But the pessimist will not
be silenced. He only shifts to "Who
back of him?" Pittsburgh Sun.
Dancing.
The art or exercise of dancing can
be traced back to the early Egyptians,
who ascribe that invention to their god
Thoth. Beyond a doubt dancing Is
much older than history. It began in
connection with religious 'rites end
was performed In honor ,of the deities
that were worshiped.
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
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was visited .last Sunday by a good
rain which was very much appreciat appreciated.'',
ed.'', appreciated.'', ':i '''S''ft-1;-:v' ''fih'
Miss .lone. Hodges of Inglls is the
attractive guest of Mrs. J. T. Phillips.
Mrs. J. W. Pooser of Augusta, Ga.,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Rawls.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews of
Flemington, spent last Sunday here
the guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and little
son j of Wacahoota are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck.
Miss Nell Seckinger and Miss Ruby
Landrum left last Sunday after
spending Thanksgiving Ijere with the
former's .parents, Mr .and Mrs. V. M.
Seckinger.;
. Mrand Mrs. N. A. Noble of Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston spent Thanksgiving here tho
guepts of Mr .and Mrs; S. J. McCully.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Howell of
Plant City are guests of Mn and Mrs,
J. L. Beck, coming over to attend the
unveiling of the. monument of their
brother, Mr. C. H. Beck.
We are glad to report that Mr. J.
J. Edwards is improving after a long
siege of illness. ;
The Fort King Camp, W. O. W.,
unveiled the monument of Charles H.
Beck Sunday afternoon at Fellowship
cemetery.
A box supper was given atv the
home of Rev, and Mrs. J. A. Crump Crump-ton
ton Crump-ton last Friday night for the benefit
of the Fellowship Y. W.;' A., which
was well attended.
Mr. Frank Rawls and son of Alach Alachua
ua Alachua were business visitors in our burg
last week.-
' Mr. W. L. Mills left last Tuesday
for Winter Garden.
Misses Winifred and Floy McCully
spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Burgess.
Quite a number of Berlinites at attended
tended attended the fair and report it a great
success. v
Miss Fae Beck, the efficient teacher
of Coins, was the week-end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck.
A Great Relief.
iSay, old man, you're looking a hun hun-Ired
Ired hun-Ired per cent better than you did a
rear ago." "I was worrying about
y debts then." "All paid now, eh?"
No; but they have grown so that I
mow there Is no use trying to pay
them. I tell you it's a great load oXf
3ay mind."
South Carolina Rust-Proof and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seel Store. 10-3-tf.

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Pankaee Sunbeam Pancake Flour

Package Sunbeam Apple Butt-T -... 25c
Package Sunbeam Cocoa jpc
Package Sunbeam Fluffy Codfish . ...... IDC
Package Sunbeam Kidney Beans. . ....... 1 5c
Package Sunbeam Salad Dressing.,... -25 3

WE IIAA'E OUR !STEW STOCK OF .SUXBHAMS
Haisins Split Teas

Currants
Lemon Peel
Orange Peel
Nuts
Smoked Halibut
Pop Corn
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goods at the sale have told their friends in this- "an4 adjQlniii'g coucep- o::; 'clie
great bargains they secured, and we wish -to .give- -these: aii. oB::orcu2ilty
get their share of these bargains. ': '.;.': ':- ,- '..
Our big store is filled from front to rear door, from floor to ceiling, vrcb the latest, novecc niio.
best merchandise such as Dry Goods of all kinds. Dress Go6ds,,Table and Bed Linen, -ilimlielis an-...
Comforts, Clothing, and Coats for Men, Women and Children that are stylish, dependable yev. ac
prices that all can afford. Shoes, Hats, Hoisery, Notions, Trimmings, Laces, Embroidery, lien's fur furnishings
nishings furnishings of all kinds in fact everything that a first-class dry goods store should carry is hers r.c

prices that have been cut to the quicK.
Following are just a few of the great bargains ve are offering.
others just as good.

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The store contains hundreds of

PILLOW CASES

15x36 Pillow Cases
10 cent value. Sale price

7c

45x36 Pillow Cases, 15c val values.
ues. values. Sale price

12c

OUTING

8 cent Outing, Light and
Dark. Sale, price
53c

MEN'S DRESS SHIKTS

' Men's Dress Shirts 65 and
HQ cent values: Sale price

39 c

FLANNEL SHIRTS

Men's Flannel Shirts $1.25
to $1.35 value. Sale price

07c

GINGHAMS

Fancy striped, checks and
plaids. Sale price,

5c

PETTICOATS

$1.50 Petticoats, Green, Black,
and Tango. Sale price

97c

LADIES MUSLIN SKIRTS

Ladies' Muslin Shirts $1.25
.values. Sale price

89c

SHIRTS
Men's Work Shirts, 50 c val value.
ue. value. Sale price

39 c

CHILDREN'S DRESSES
Cfiildren's Dresses Co to 75
cents value, :l1q. price
Children's Dresses 01 to
$1.S5 values. Sab price

SHOES
$2.50 Elk Skin Shoes. Sale
price
$1.98
Ladies' Shoes, $3.50 High
Shoes, Cloth Top, Button, Cuban
Heel. Sale price
$2.98

WASH TIES

Men's- Wash Ties, 10 c values.
Sale price
3c

MEN'S FLEECE LINKED
DRAWERS

Men's Fleece Lined Drawers
50 cent value. Sale price

39c

LEGGINS

- 65 cent Lggins during this
sale for
49c

.REMEnBCIl

You have until the night of,De
cember 15 to take advantage cf
these bargains.

HANDKERCHIEFS

Ladies' Hemstitched Hand Handkerchiefs.
kerchiefs. Handkerchiefs. Sale price
2c
Not over 0 to a customer.

FANCY APRONS

Ladies Fancy Aprons 35c
values. Sale price

21c

SWEATERS
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500 Sweaters during this sale
for
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SHEETS"

72xC0 Sheets
50 cent value. Sale price
72x90 Mohawk Sheets $1 val valvals
vals valvals price
69c
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We 'Aim
To Be Upright in Our Dealings
We Put
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II Yon Will Take Enougti oi Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you toor-f or helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which Is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
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JAW1ES AUSTIN JVIORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Powerr Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P Ocala, Florida

Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.

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Steam -LaiKititey:

402-404 6. Main Street Phono lpi.

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The Detective of the
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By HESKETH PRIGHARD
Copyright, 1913.
By Hexketh Prichard
It was well on toward 10 o'clock iiat
night before we rejiched Harper's cab cabin
in cabin on Otter brook. At flrsi we knocked
and knocked in vain, but at length a
pmfT voice demanded angrily w t at we
wanted- .' I. jr 1 "-'f
"Tell Mlsa Virginny Plans tbs:t No,
vember Joe would like a word or two
with her."
Are you drunk." shouted the man,
-or only crazy?" x.
"I've tracked her down ... fair and
square, and I've got to see her.
I tell you she isn't here,"
"Let me in to make sure for my myself."
self." myself." :.";:::'.:- 'Y'-t1-
"If a man comes to my door with a
threat I'll meet him with my rifle la
my hand. So you're warned.' came
from the cabin.
"All right.: then. PI1 start back to
report to Mr. Planx.
On the words the door opened and
a vivid, appealing face; looked oat
"Come in. dear Joe,M said a honeyed
voice. .'.
"Thank you. Miss Virginny, I will,"
eald Joe.
We entered. A lamp and the fire lit
up the Interior of a poor trapper's cab cab-In
In cab-In and lit up also the tall, slim form
of Miss Virginia Planx. She wore a
buckskin hunting shirt belted In to her
waist, and her glorious : hair hung
down her back In a thick and heavy
plait She vheld out her hand to Joe
with one of the sweetest smiles I have
ever seen or dreamed of.
"You're" not going to give me away,
dear Joe, are you?" said she.
"You've given yourself away, haven't
you. Miss Virginny?"
Virginia Planx looked him In the
eyes, then she laughed. "I see that 1
haven't,, but can I speak' before this
gentleman?"
Joe hastened to vouch for my discre discretion,
tion, discretion, while Hank Harper nursed his
rifle and glowered from the back background,
ground, background, where also one could discern
the dark face of the half breed squaw.
But Miss Virginia showed he complete
command of the situation. ;
' "Coffee for these two. please, airs.
Harper," she cried, and while we were
drinking It she told us her story.
"You maybe heard of. old Mr. Schel-
perg of the combine?" she began. "My
father wanted to force me to marrv
aim. w ny, nes nrty oy tne look or
him, and I'd much rather drown my myself
self myself than marry him." 0
'There's younger and better looking
boys around. I surmise. Miss Virgin Virginny?"
ny?" Virginny?" returned November meaningly.
Virginia flushed a lovely red. "Why.
Joe, it's no use blinding you. for you
remember Walter Calvey, don't you?"
"Sure,! So it's him. That's good.
But heard he was out of his busi business,"
ness," business," said Joe with apparent sim simplicity.
plicity. simplicity. "I must tell you all or you won't an
derstand what I did or why 1 did it.
My father ruined Walter, because that
would anyhow put off our marriage.
Then when the Schelperg affair came
on and he gave me no rest I could not
stand it any longer. You see. he Is so
"Come in, dear Joe," said a honeyed
' voice.
clever he would pay all my bills, no
matter how heavy, but he never let
me have more than $5 In -my pocket,
so that I was helpless. I could never
see Yf alter, nor could I hear from him,
and all the time Schelperg was givea
the run of the house."

and so was L ;
"Then one day this notion came to
me. I planned It all out and got Hank
to help. (I'd have asked you. dear Joe.
if you'd been there.) Come: now, Joe.'
You must see how good a pupil 1 was
to you and how much I remembered
of your tracking, which I used to both
er you to teach me."
"You're right smart at it. Miss Yir Yir-giuny!"
giuny!" Yir-giuny!" --
"1 arranged the broken rod. and
Hank and his brother carried me to
the canoe.. Then they got out on the
other side of the lake, and I paddled
up near to the rock by the waterfall
to put the police or whoever should be
sent after me off my trail. I'm real
hurt I didn't deceive you. Joe."'
"But you did right throughtill you
come to Black lake," Joe assured her.
. "But you did not recognize me then?"
she .scried. "And I'd- put on a pair of
Hank's moccasins to make bigtracksT
November explained and added the
story of his dismissal by Planx.
"Well. ItVIacky you were there, any anyhow.
how. anyhow. or we'd have had poor Hank
shot That fixed me In my determina determination
tion determination to get the money. 1 want it for
Walter. 1 want to make up to him for
all that my father has made him lose."
"So Mr. Calvey 13 la this too?" said
Joe in a queer voice.
"If you mean that, he knows any anything
thing anything about It you're absolutely
wrong!" exclaimed Virginia passion passionately.
ately. passionately. "If he knew, do you think he'd
ever take the money? It's going to be
sent to hjm witbout any name or clew
as to where it comes from. Walter is
as straight a man as yourself. Novem November
ber November Joe!" she added proudly. "Yon
know him and yet you suspected him!"
"I didn't say I did. I was asking
for information." said Joe submissive submissively.
ly. submissively. "But you hiven't got the money
yet"
"No! But I'll get it in time.'
. And in the end Miss Virginia tri triumphed.
umphed. triumphed. She received fcer ransom in
full,-, and it is to be dcubted If Mr.
Planx ever bad an idea of the trick
played on him. And I'm inclined to
think Mr. Walter Calvey is still in the
dark.' too, as to the identity of his
anonymous friend. But two things are
certain Mrs. Virginia Calvey is a hap happy
py happy woman, and Hank Harper is doing
well on a nice 200 acre farm for which
he pays no rent

(Continued Tomorrow)
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
drugs. 2-6t
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA FRATEOIIAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Dodge rco. 19; F. &
A. M., meets on the llrst and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, nntil further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. iM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter, No. 29. O. E. t.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Airs. Flora Brown, W. .M
Miss Florrle Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22.1. O. O. F.f
meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always .extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. Q.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C.C
Cha:;. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
'Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake BroAn, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SG, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2 S 6, Eenevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 310OSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8 : 3 0 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. -m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
F. J. iBurden, C. C.
Chas. tL. Sage, Clerk. Aa

AURIVAI AND DEPARTURE

OF TKAIX3 AT OCALA
Atlantic Coast Line
No.. 9, Jacksonville ta Lcesburg
9:05 p. m.
No. 10, Leeaburg to Jacksonville
5:05. a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
burg 2:05 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville- 2:05 a. to.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg -2:40 p. in.'
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 6:10
m.
No. 141, Palatka.to Ocala S: 50
a. m.
Ko. -4S, Ocala to Homosassa
Leaves, 2:02 p. m.
INo. 49, Homosassa to Ocala Ar
rives 1:05 p. Til.
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake-
land 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
and-Saturday. ;
No. 32 (Snnnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. an., Tuesday,-Thurs
day and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
'No. 150, Wdicox to Ocr.la 5:4 5 p.
m.y .Monday, Wednesday and Friday.,
Seaboard Air Lino ,, ;
INo. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a. m. .
No. 3, Jacksonvillo to Tampa 4Ar-
rive, 1:10 p. m. leave, 1:25.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
2:33 p. m. .
iNo. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. 311.
jNo. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar
rive 1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30 p. in;
(No. 10, Tampa t to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m.
Ocala Northern
(No. 11 'Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 -Leaves. Ocala ior Palatka
at 1:15 p. m., daily except Thursday.
!No. 72 Thursday, leaves OcaUi
for Palatka at 5 p. m.
' OPEN DAY AND. NIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour.- Adv.
IT REALLY DOES 'RELIEVE
RHEULlTIS:i;
.Everybody who is afflicted with
rheumatism In any form should by
all aneans keep a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on hand. The minute you
feel a ipain. or soreness In a joint or
muscle, ibathe it with Sloan's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Do not Tub it. 'Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
ne seux 01 paiu, rejievms- 'mc uu
tender, swollen (feeling and making
the ipart easy and comfortable. Get
a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and ihave it in
the thouserr-against colds, sore and
swollen joints, -rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money iback if not satisfied, but it
does give almost Instant relief.
Tues Th rs 'Fri and f7kly.
From Slaves to Gold.
Before civilization had entire rrn
savagery the more advanced nations
used to go to Africa for elaves. Nov
the tide has turned. Gold 13 the ras raster
ter raster of the world and Africa furnishes
nearly one-half of the annual output
The nugget and not the negro Is nov
the African attraction. Tae outturn
Df gold from African mines for 1913
was nearly $20S,000,OQG.
DON'T DELAY TREATING .YOUR
COUGH
A slight cough often becomes seri serious,
ous, serious, lungs get congested, fbronclal
tubes fill nvith mucous. Your vitali vitality
ty vitality Is reduced. You need Dr.' Bell's
PIne-Tar-fHoney. It soothes your
irritated air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and "makes your system resist
colds. Give the haby and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to help them." Only 25c at
your druggist. tu-thr-fri-wkly
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given ito ali credi creditors,
tors, creditors, -legatees, distributees, and all
other (persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscllla
Cody, deceased, to 'present the same
duly proven to the undersigned iwlth iwlth-iE
iE iwlth-iE two years from this date, to-wit:
This 23"d 'day of Oitober, A. D, 1914.
JF. P. Gad son,
. George Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-28-wed
TRY THIS FOR YOUR COUGH
Thousands of people keep cough coughing
ing coughing 'because unable to get ihe right
remedy. Coughs are caused by in inflammation
flammation inflammation of throat and .bronchial
tubes. What you need is to soothe
this inflammation. Take Dr. King's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del delicate
icate delicate (mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and quickly relieves the con congested
gested congested membranes. Get a 50 cent
dottle from your,, druggist. "Dr,
King's New Discovery quickly and
completely stopped my congh,"
writes J. R. Watts, F'oydale, Texas.
Money back if not satisfied; but it
nearly always helps. tu-thr-frl-wk.
OPEN DA A3ffD rttGIJT
Merchants Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. -Adr.

1

Sumo WW
NOTE XI I E PRICES
Large Florida Pecans
per pound 20o
Best English Walnuts,
new crop, per. pound 2G3
Brazil iNuts, best ;No. 1,
iper. pound 1Cc
Frch California Raiiins,
per pound ........ 15cf
Tv;o pimcl for. .... .2Gc
Largo Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. . .20c
'Homemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound lOs
ALL FRUITS CHEAPER
. THAN ELSCWIIERH
1
I
!
Ci-
'420 N. Slssnolia Ct.
car:,uciiael, -. . bldg.
f ms f.
""8t
1
,yuy
a, 1
jr r n r n n rm iHh
- -" SK JK Sife f.'.iu,. -J 11 t i
ON TREES OF A RI11UTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want them nt a Biris'ji?
I have a splendid Oraage
Grove, of 1C acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges nov on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded' to Parron
Browns.
. Price of Property as it tthnds
t .i tu. lit , . ...
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
Room n, JlerchantV EIockt
Phono 125, OCALA, ITl
liiilSwSi?. ci iOCJlilV
6
UuCZaTAIlEQS and ELIOaL-EHy
f foe GasUeis; cad; 0 uvial lo!ie:i
d. c :.Iciver and c. v. i:o;;::r,u
Funeral Directors
All HlVprk: DoneAby -Licensed I'lfa I'lfa-b:vlmers
b:vlmers I'lfa-b:vlmers and Fully Gu:;r::u J
PHO.NX3
;D.;;.E.;McIVER v.v. .:'.:.,.".;.;tV.V;.l,;l
C. V. ROBERT:! ZIZ
CTntlcrtakin Odcc i:r
I J. e- ,:pZi;;G0. VatGlnr.tr
y All hinds of Jewelry, iyp2 iyp2-writer
writer iyp2-writer Sewing Machine and
v Graphone Repairing prompt-
Xexecuted..; Prices-'-reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
A. .10 0. i.iuUwiLi OlUMl
a;.
t
notice ron f3in;:vALi: iv.virra
EXB3
Notice Is hereby given that tho city
council of the city of Oca!i, Marion
county, Florida, at Its regular meet meeting
ing meeting to ;be held at the city hall of said
city, in said city, on
Tuesday, the 3th day of January, A,
D. 1913,
at eight o'clock p. in., -win consider
bids for the construction of such
sidewalks and curbs not already con constructed'
structed' constructed' on 'both sides of the follow following
ing following named streets within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of t;aid city, to-'.vit:-South
Third street, commencing at
(Magnolia street and Tunning thenco
east to Herbert street, (also known
as Wenona street) ; Tuccawilla :.trcet,
commencing at Fort King avenue and
running thence south to South
Eighth street: Washington street.
commencing at Magnolia street ann
running thence east to Watula street;
Adams street, commencing at Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street and running thence east
to High street; and Herbert street
(also known as Wecona street) com commencing
mencing commencing at Fort King avenue to
South Eighth street.
The amount of sidewalk and curb
to be constructed on said streets be being
ing being .approximately as follows: ClG
square yards of sidewalk and 11,840
lineal feet of curb.
Said sidewalks and curbs to be
constructed in accordance -with cpo cpo-cificatlon3
cificatlon3 cpo-cificatlon3 now on file in t'le o.Tice o
the clerk of the city of Ocala, in the
city hall of said city in .the city ",ot
Ocala, (Marion coumy, Florida. Ref Reference,
erence, Reference, to which said specifications
may be had upon application to said
clerk at said office.
All said bids to be sealed and filed
with the clerk of the city of Ocala at
least five day 3 prior to said 5th day
of January, A. D. l 015.
The city council reserves the rlrt
to reject any end all bid?.
C. W. Hunter,
President of the City Council of tha
Ci r of Ocala.
t(Seai) Attest: ;
. H. CSistrunk, 'M-tucs
v Clerk of the City of Ocala..



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OCALA BYXNING STAE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1314
mmmmmmm

: OGALA OCCURRENCES I

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Marion Democratic Club meets to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening.
Mr. A. M. Lansford left yesterday
on a business trip to South Florida.
Burt's Ninety Day Seed Oats for
cale at Ocala Seed Store. 11-27-tf
Marshal Adams, the Star regrets
to say, is on the sick list.
Hot c'irinks or all kinds at the
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Mr. C. P. Bayless, an enterprising
young man of Grand Island, was in
town yesterday.
There is a good, healthy, hayloft
smell in the Board of Trade room,
and a lot of premium hay, fodder and
oats to back it.
Mr. Emory Close, a clever young
civil engineer of Sanford, is in town,
the gues-; of Messrs. Don and Clifford
Peabodyv ;
Mr. F, L. Birdlong and wife and
Mrs., Avhlon Wilson of Anderson, R.
I., were pierts of the Harrington last
night. IThey made the trip from
Rhode Is land in their car. They went
on to Leesburg this morning.
Seventeen pounds of sugar for. $1
witia casl purchase of $1 worth df
other groceries, (Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday only: Smith Grocery Co. 3t
Tlemsniber during the 'holiday sea season
son season you .will feel toetter If your pa pa-per
per pa-per are file i in a Globe-V7ernicke
cabinet. Tho Murray Co. 26-3t
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Lccal Needs
GIRL WANTED In Printing Office.
A girl from 16 to 18 years of age,
intelligent, quick at learning, who
will try to learn and stick to the
work, can get a position in the
Staroffic;. 30-tf
FOR RENT Lower flat forwent on
Oklawaha avenue. All modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply Mrs. B. D.- Black Blackburn,
burn, Blackburn, 42S Oklawaha avenue. 30-tf
LO ST Poin ter gyp about three
years, old; black and white; spotted;
answers to name of "Fannie." Suit Suitable
able Suitable reward for recovery; W.- R.
Pedrick, Ocala, Fla. 30-3tj
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. ;-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 RENT -Single rooms, double
rooms and rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Mrs. Perry, 19 (Herbert
street. 25-6t
POSITION WANTED A competent
young man wants a position as
bookkeeper or office man; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, bat
not a typewriter or stenographer.
Address Star office. 25-tf
LAKE HOUSE FOR RENT A new,
modern, 5 -room cottage, bath,
screens, etc., completely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; 'close to Lake Weir, adjoining
orange grove of Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, .H. S. Wesson, Ocala;
Fla. 27-30t
WANTED A flat top office desk and
chair. Phone 448. 28-6t.
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
on time, or will sell separately. C.
T. Thomas, Clearwater, Fla. 28-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs, three rooms
and bath furnished for lighthouse-
keeping; city and cistern water.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. v 1-tf-
POR SALE Nice large residence on
beautiful, large lot; in best neigh
borhood; on Fort King avenue;
: price right. S. S. Savage, Jr. 1-lm

WEATHER REPORT

This Teport
vations taken
Weihe, official
eminent.
is made
daily by
observer
from obser obser-Mr.
Mr. obser-Mr. F. G. B.
for the gov-

Max. Mln. R. F.
Nov. 1. . . . .76 '51 ...
.Nov. 2... .. ..78 55
Nov. 3. . .77 53
Nov.' 4 . .... .80 58
'Nov. 5 ....... .80 53 .
NoV. 6.. ... ... .79 "54.'
Nov. 7i. ....... 79 54 -.
Nov. 8... .....79 56
Nov. 9 ; . . ... 74 62 33
Nov. 10. : ... .72 68
Nov. 11. ..... .71 46 ...
2ov, 12. . ... .74 51 V
'Nor. 13 ..... . 76 56 ; ; ', .
Nov. 14. ......76 56 33
Nov. 15. ... .76 60 r r
Nov. 16. ..... .77 64
Nov. 17, . . .70 46 s .
Nov. 18. ... . .69 45 ; .
Nov. 19. .u . .66 45 y.
Nov. 20 ..60 34 ..
Nov. 21-. .. . .56 .25
Nov. 22 ..62 35 4 i ..
Nov. 23 . ....68 39 '".
Nov. i24, ..... .71 42 .
Nov. 25. .. ..67 53
Nov. 26. .J.. ..72 43 ; .
Nov. 27 ......74 44
Nov. 28... . . .73 50
Nov. 29. 72 67 1.20
Nov. 30... ...... .73 55 ..

Partly cloudy tonight
day; not much change
ture. 1
and Wednes Wednes-in
in Wednes-in tempera-
Helping the Poet.
Longfellow, the great poet, was not
ed for his fondness for children, and
this extended to all little folks, wheth
er of bis family or not. There was one
little boy of whom he was very fond
and who came often to see him.; One
day the child looked earnestly at the
long row of books In the library and
at length x asked. "Have yon 'Jack
the Giant Killer? V Longfellow was
obliged to confess that his great library
did not contain that venerated volume.
The little fellow looked very sorry and
presently slipped down from the poet's
knee and went away. But the next
morning Longfellow saw him coming
up the walk with something tightly
clasped In his little fists. The child
had brought 2 cents with which Long Longfellow
fellow Longfellow was. to buy a "Jack the Giant
Killer" of his own. V :
Napoleon and Tobacco.
Napoleon, who tried to smoke once
and then with dire results, instituted
the French t tobacco monopoly, which
the German government now proposes
to adopt so far as cigarettes are con concerned.
cerned. concerned. At a court function held early
in 1810 the emperor remarked a lady
wearing jewels of such magnificence
that he ipquired how her husband
made his money. "He Is a tobacco
merchant," was the reply, which led
him to seek further Information as to
such a profitable business. Before the
year expired Napoleon Issued a decree
restricting the sale and manufacture
of tobacco exclusively to the state. It
has remained a monopoly ever since
and for many years past has' brought
in an annual revenue of over $S0,000, $S0,000,-000.
000. $S0,000,-000. ': : :
The Fish In Crater Lake.
Originally there were no fish in Cra Crater
ter Crater lake, one of uature's wonders on
.the summit of the Cascade range In
sputhern Oregon. Rainbow trout were
planted, and now they swarm the wa waters,
ters, waters, ranging up to ten pounds in
weight The lake itself has an area
of twenty and one-fourth square miles
(water surface), which is situated in
the caldera of an extinct volcano. It is
surrounded by unbroken cliffs,' which
range from T00 to nearly 2.000 feet in
height. Argonaut.
Unpleasant to Have Around.
"Are you still engaged to Mr.
Briggsr
tNo. I broke It off last week. 1
was afraid to marry him. He knows
too much. I gave him some ribbon to
'match. He found it In the first store
he" went to. and he bought It for 2
cents below the regular price." v
j Philosophical.
"Dear Charles." said Mrs. Flimgilt.
"used to send me alimony every month
without a murmur." 1
"Yes." replied Miss Cayenne; "he
ays it's a great comfort to turn over a
bunch of money to you without an ar argument
gument argument because it isn't more.' Wash Washington
ington Washington Star.
Russia's Baltic Ports.
Four out of the five great ports of
Russia Petrograd (formerly St. Pe Petersburg).
tersburg). Petersburg). Reval, Libau and Rigaare
situated on the Baltic sea. Of these
only Libau Is an open port all the year
round, the others being ice bound for
from four to five months each year.
Clever Cows.
"Much butter Is imported from Den Denmark."
mark." Denmark." wrote a schoolgirl, "because
Danish cows have greater enterprise
and superior technical education to
ours." London Standard.
Accuse not nature; she hath done
her part: do thou but thlne.John Milton.

THE MABKETS

COTTON
New York, Dec. 1. Cotton steady,
one to three points higher. Decem
ber 7.25; March 7.54; May 7.66t Liv
erpool steady, middling 4.41.
V NAVAL STORES
Turpentine and rosin unchanged.
IMPORTANT PUBLIC
MEETING THIS EVENING
A meeting is called for this eve
ning at the Board of Trade rooms
for. the discussion of matters that
mean much to the business interests
of the city. It is especially desired
that all stockholders of the Ocala
Transportation Company" be present
as matters of -importance to this or organization
ganization organization will come before the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. :':;:VjV:';;;i
Make your arrangements to be on
hand and take part, as much depends
on the matters that are to be placed
before the meeting not only for the
present, but in the future, for the
city's welfare.
. Great Generals, but Bad Ghots
Curiously enough, although good
shooting on the part of the rank and
file is all important for success In war warfare,
fare, warfare, two of the greatest generals In
history were notably bad shots. -The
only time Napoleon went out game
shooting he killed one of the dogs, and
Wellington's record on a similar occa occasion
sion occasion proved even worse.
Lady Shelley records in her diary on
Sept 8. 1819, when the duke was
staying at her place in Sussex, that
she accompanied the guns in the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. "The hero of Waterloo was a
very .wild shot. After wounding a re retriever
triever retriever and-later on peppering a keep keeper's
er's keeper's gaiters he sprinkled the bare arms
of an old woman who chanced to be
washing clothes at her cottage win window.
dow. window. 'My good woman. I said. thls
ought to be the proudest moment of
your life. You have had the distinc distinction
tion distinction of being shot by the Duke of
V7elllngton.V Her face was wreath wreathed
ed wreathed in smiles as the contrite duke slip slipped
ped slipped a gold coin into her band."Pall
Mall Gazette. ;
Easily Settled. w
"Coming over on an ocean liner from
England a few'years ago, said a New
Yorker, "an argument had arisen
among us as to which was the more
simple of the two currency systems,
dollars and cents, or pounds, shillings
and pence. At last, the captain arrlv-.
ing, we decided to refer the matter to
him and surrender our Judgment to his
arbitration.
The captain, an Englishman of the
very stolid sort, after a period of re
flection replied very .slowly and with
all the gravity of a Judge:V-r .I.T
"Pounds, shillings and pence Is;,' the
simpler system, 'for don't you kpow
that when you are told the price fa
thins in dollars and cents you always
have to convert It into pounds, sbil sbil-llnjrs
llnjrs sbil-llnjrs and pence." f
There was a little objection to this
theory, but In general it was perfectly
satisfactory so long as the voyage
lasted. -v ;.r.':.y- ' J"-'
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. Submarine Cables; ,:.
The first cable succi'ssfully laidjex laidjex-tended
tended laidjex-tended from Valentla Island; off Hhe
coast of Ireland, to Heart's Content.
Newfoundland, about 2.000 miles. The
cable was landed on the American side
on Aug. 5, 1858. but was not ready for
use till Aug. 1G1 About 700 short mes messages
sages messages were sent-through it. but it en entirely
tirely entirely failed within a month. Tbe fact
was demonstrated, however, that direct
communication under the ocean was
possible, although few persons at'that
time believed that a, submarine tele telegraph
graph telegraph 'could be used for business pur purposes.
poses. purposes. Cyrus W. Field, to whose enter enterprise
prise enterprise was due the laying of the first
cable, thought differently. Not discour discouraged
aged discouraged by this and other failures, be con-;
tlnued the work he had planned, inter interested
ested interested London capitalists in it. and lu
1SG3 succeeded in establishing subma submarine
rine submarine communication, which has never,
been interrupted. v :.Xv
The Candle Wick. V ;
When the old fashioned dips were in
common use great annoyance was
caused by the burnt wick standing up upright
right upright as the fat disappeared, making a
smoky flame, which necessitated a con constant
stant constant use of the snuffers. This trouble
Is avoided in the modern candle by the
simple expedient of plaiting one side
of the wick a little stiff er than the
other. When it is left free, owing to
the vax having burnt away, it natu naturally
rally naturally bends oyer to one side. Now at
the extreme edge of the flame the gas gaseous
eous gaseous products of the candle are mixed
with excess of oxygen from the air.
which attacks the solid substances in
the wick and speedily changes them
into oxides. This always keeps the
wick the right length.
Dickens at the Bar.
The English courts once had a real
Dickens trial scene. It was in 18S8. in
the course of a case before Baron Hud Hud-dleston.
dleston. Hud-dleston. that Mr. Dickens, counsel for
the defendant, astonished the court by
announcing that he propped to call
Mr. Pickwick as a witness. And the
gentleman called was a descendant of
the Moses Pickwick whose name on
the coach filled Sam Weller with a de desire
sire desire to "wbop" some one for takinjr
liberties with the name of his master.

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American Restaursnts. ,
What dis' ont ort the Kuropfan in tht'
threat Aiucrlvaii ivstaurant Is tUe.ex
i-ossive. tlie tMi-asiiinal iu;td(hujn slow
ness of tJje stTvlce and la-k:of in
tertst ijj the service. Tfuh lilnv tfn
ter defr-t, the Wiftei Im not lmt)lite:
be ls;not neirlect t. tie fs tooften
passively hostile. ux at Im-si i neiuivu
lie. or hi -hlef. has appnt'iitSy uul
grasped the fart thai buyh. a me l Is
not like buylTiy: a tn of voal. If the pur pur-ehaser
ehaser pur-ehaser to'et value for liis nmney be
must enjoy his meal, and if he W to en
joy hi meal it must not merely be elfi
ciently served, but It must, be ettieient
ly served in a sympathetie atmosphere.
The supreme business of a good Walter
is to create this atmosphere. True, that
even hi the country whk-Li has Y-arrted
cookery and restaurants ( to loftier
heights than any other I mean, of
course, lielfrium.tlie little country of
little restaurants the subtle ether
which the truly civilized diner demands
is rare enough. But in 'the jrreat res
"taurants of 'the great cities of America
It is. I fancy, rarer than anywhere else,
Arnold: Bennett in Harper's Maga
zhie.
, His Unlucky Day.
Even the least superstitions are often
struck by the misfortunes which at
tend soine persons on certain dates. A
la.rge firm; In the; city bas in "its em
ploy a' living iustance of the fact. ; On
June 12 an employee lost hLs left arm
by coming In cot i tact with machinery
The-accldent disa bled him for his then
employment. and he was given that
of av messenger. On another J une 12
he was: run over In the Strand while
on an erra nd. Result, a broken leg
The next accident was a fall on the
stairs in the fi rra's buildi n ssa ga in
June 12 the rlht arm broken this
time. The fourth mishap on another
anniversary broke three ribs. The
firm took the case Into consideration
and Issued an order that in future the
employee was to take a holiday on
that date, an order with which he has
now complied for several years. Lon London
don London Tit-Bits.
Whole wheat bread made under a
new t process, wrapped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try. this. Carter's Bakery, if-tf
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Merely Woman's Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying hia
wife's millinery bill of $375 for fivo
hats all purchased In one week. He
claims they are not necessities. Tha
idea!; Just five any woman a chance!
Five hats Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through the i ordeal ; of selecting
five hats and getting them to suit her
should be allowed to have as mny
as she wants! It's hard work!
Lucky Accident for Him.
After proposing three times and
being rejected oh account of his ugli ugliness.
ness. ugliness. ; a man in London was injured
In an accident so severely that when
he recovered his face had been com
pletely reconstructed decidedly for
the better. He proposed again and
was accepted.

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This Is the tkss cf ycir when zzr.7
people wear low chocs as a m.itt .r c
necessity and of comfort For the In Individual
dividual Individual who 13 annoyed with cxcer
Iv perspiration, cr tho tnzitirczczz
that comes from cur alkali dust, t!is
formula used In tho German army for
"sweating and ccro" fect U tcJjfaL
This Is -:-aa follows: 7 Sallcylicmcia,
three parts; masricium cllicite, C7
parts, any bland powder to r.;il:o 1CD
parts. If you are1 a U"dcrf::ct r.r..l
can arrange the time at nccn, a.tci
Buijjjr ivvi uiiiu, iiau bwv.wuoj
different shoes add greatly to c
comfort.
We are selling Stock 'and "Poultry
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