OOALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2,, 1914
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BATTLES IK FIERCELY 10 THE EAST Willi LE FATE OF THE
COIMIC COUIITHIES HIS III THE DAUEE
London, Dec. 2. The battle V in
northern Polandis being fought un under
der under the eyes of the German emperor
on one side and Russian czar on the
other. Official news from Poland
continues scanty. Of fierce fighting
there can be no doubt. The Germans
in Poland dashed into a mass of Rus Russians
sians Russians a week ago and the fighting has
been continuous since. ";
The German flanks are being har har-rassed
rassed har-rassed by Cossacks and Germans do
not ; seem able to gain the sweeping
victory they expected.
The operations of the Austro-Ger-mans
in the south seem to be unavail unavailing
ing unavailing as the Russians are said to be
gaining easier victories as the fight fighting
ing fighting proceeds. .
COLD DOESNT CHECK THE RUS RUS-v
v RUS-v SIAN COLUMNS
Petrograd, Dec. 2. It is officially
announced that despite '. the severe
cold, the victorious advance of the
Russians along the entire battle front
continues. The Russian army is nearj
ing Cracow and the capture of the
town is imminent. The Russians out outflanked
flanked outflanked the Austrians and captured
the villages of Bochnia and Gum Gum-manov.
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Berlin, Dec. 2. It is officially an-
nounced tha t although the Russians
are putting up stubborn resistance,
the German campaign is being prose prosecuted
cuted prosecuted with s ice ess. The German of offensive
fensive offensive toward Lowicz is pushing
back the Russians in that reg:ion
Vienna, De;. 2. It is, officially, an announced
nounced announced that Austrians made a suc successful
cessful successful sortie from Przemysl, check checking
ing checking the Russian advance on that
point.- Fighting continues in the
Carpathians without result. t
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Reported that Old Emperor Will be
Driven from Throne by the
Geneva, Dec. 2w rlt is reported that
a serious insurrection has broken out
in Austria. It is rumored that Em Emperor
peror Emperor Francis Joseph will abdicate in
favor of the heir to the throne, the
Archduke Charles. The revolt has
grown enormously in Bohemia Two
regiments have been decimated by
the rebellion. ;
WILSON THREW COLD WATER
Fearful Death of Four Young Mem Members
bers Members of a North Carolina
, :-;.', Family : '.:;.'
, Wilmington, N. C, V Dec. 2. Miss
Hannah McNeill, aged twentyone,
and her two young brothers, thirteen
and eight years of age, and a younger
sister," aged eleven, children of A; P.
McNeill, of Delgado, a suburb of Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, were burned to death this
morning when their home was de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. The parents and other chil children,
dren, children, who were sleeping on the first
floor, barely escaped.
On Gardner's Plan to Investigate Con Con-.
. Con-. dition of Navy and Army
Washington, Dec. 2. -President
WiIsons letter to Representative
Gardner on the latter's resolution fqr
congressional investigation of the mil
itary preparedness of the United
States was made ; public yesterday,
The president wrote: ; v
ALLIES HAVE MADE AN INSIG
Berlin, -Dec. 2.- An admission that
the allies, have made "insignificant
advances" in the west was made of officially
ficially officially this afternoon .it 3 o'clock,
but it was also declared that the ad advances
vances advances have been checked. ..
CONFLICT IS TAKING ITS NOR:-
-. MAL COURSE
Berlin, Dec. 2. The official state
ment is made that the battle in, north
Poland is taking its normal course.
In southern Poland the Russian .at
tacks are being repulsed. The Ger Germans
mans Germans between Lowicz and Vloclanek
have captured 80,000 prisoners in the
last fortnight. ;
SEEMS DETERMINED TO CHASE
CARRANZA INTO THE SEA
. El Paso, Dec. 2 The' dispatches to today
day today state that the army of Villa, 23, 23,-000
000 23,-000 f trong, will vithin ten days move
against Vera Cruz, where. Carranza
has'' established his government. It
is declared there is no friction be between
tween between Villa and Zapata.
SHOT FOR STEALING
, Vera Cn;.z. .' Dec. 2. A soldier
found guilt of looting was shot by
a firing squad this morning. This is
the first military execution since the
occupation of the city by the consti
PITIF UL PLIGHT
OF BELGIAN PEOPLE
Many May Have to Choose Between
j Starvation and Massacre
Berlin, Dec. 2. The;Reichstag" con
vened today. The imperial chancel chancellor
lor chancellor urged further war credits as a
stimulus to the troops," declaring the
situation in the east and west was
favorable to the Germans.
SERVIANS ARINIY SHATTERED K
, ... luation in Servia is critical. ItJis re-
nave anattuuae 01 mainerence to mei lt .
Halifax, N. S., Dec. 2. A Morning
i Chronicle sbecial staff correspondent
CALLING FOR MORE CREDITS ) who went to Europe to investigate
conditi ons in the war zone, cabling
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Copenhagen, Dec. 2. It is reported
that most of the German warships in
:he Kiel canal steamed into the North
3ritish fleet off th'e west coast of
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Scotland and North Ireland. ;
SOME FIERCE BUT UNDECISIVE
Parisr Dec. 2 It is officially an
nounced this afternoon that three
batteries of heavy German guns
were destroyed by. the 3?rench in the
artillery battle of Veimelles. Ths
allies captured soma German trenches
in that district after, a brilliant bay
onet charge and hard 'hand to hand
South of Yprcs the Germans rnrJ;;
a furious but ineffectual attaclc to
regain ground previously lost.
i Heavy artillery fire is reported
from Craonne, north of Rhcir.ir--,
where the Germans are increasing
the vigor of the cannonading. ,";
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carhaut suspect;:d or
facturin;: Ccmp.my, iz held by tha
der of James Callaway. Cirhart
clr.ims tht ho tdv? CcMrs.::y c;i t7:v.
back perch of -the Carl:?.rt
..mehtsvoiij Peachtree -street,:: and
and killed him iJiin!:in;;, ho '.was
great subject which you broach, but
I should like very much to have a
conference with you before the resolu resolution
tion resolution you have in mind is offered, in
order to present my views to you
more fully than is possible in a letter."-:;'
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. Mr.' Gardner was a caller at the
White House yesterday, but did not
see Mr. Wilson and will call later. He
made his visit the occasion to issue
a formal statement, however, say saying
ing saying he feared the president intend intended
ed intended to "lay the cold hand of death
on the whole movement if he can.'
HUNTED WITH HOUNDS
Death of America's Well-Known
,N Naval Expert
Washington, Dec. 2. Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Alfred T. Mahan, U; S." N., re retired,
tired, retired, claimed in naval circles as "the
greatest modem writer on naval stra
tegy," died at the naval hospital here
yesterday, aged seventy-four, years.
Death was due to heart trouble.
Negro Criminal Who Killed an Ala
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Dothan, Ala., Dec. 2. Pharaoh An
derson, a well known farmer, was
shot and killed this morning by Jack
Holmes, a negro tenant, who escap escaped.
ed. escaped. Bloodhounds were procured and
are trailing Holmes. V
ported that the i Servian army is be being
ing being withdrawn from Belgrade and all
communication between Belgrade and
Nish is cut off.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Whole wheat bread made under a
new process, wrapped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. x7-tf
Rev. Roy Bowers of the Christian
church and City Marshal W. F. Adams
started on tneir- journey to knight knighthood
hood knighthood at Monday night's session of the
Ocala lodge Knights of Pythias. On
account of the season and the trees
having dropped, most of their leaves,
the following of the trail was com comparatively"
paratively" comparatively" easy and the two pages
reached the first station with honors.
5 The annual election of officers will
be held at the meeting next Monday
evening, at which time several can
didates will also endeavor to. find
their way across the bottomless
chasm that all must cross to become
full-fledged bearers of the armor.
The entertainment committe, more
forcibly than ever urged all to' be on
hand at the session of Monday night,
December 14th, when birds with sev
eral etceteras will be served.
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
from Itotterdam dspicts pitiable con
ditions among the -homeless Belgians
Despite efforts, of the American com
mission for relief in Belgium to feed
refugees, the correspondent says the
food ; Supply for immediate needs has
been exhausted and non-combatants
are asking aid from Canada. The
dispatch in part follows:
"'Will Canada help?,! This -is the
pathetic cry which .meets me every
where, as I have gone up and down
the lines of the "starving and home homeless
less homeless Belgians.
"The American commission has ex exhausted
hausted exhausted the immediate resources of
food supplies. They can not obtain
food in Holland or in England for
immediate needs. Another flight of
Belgians toward Holland has begun;
the panic stricken people are stream streaming
ing streaming across the frontier into the bor border
der border towns, which already are overrun
with wandering refugees. The situa
tion has become so acute the Ameri
can commission has asked the British
government to ell -to it the Canadian
gift of flour now in England and im immediately
mediately immediately available for distribution
among the starving Belgians.
T The Belgian people, driven o des desperation,
peration, desperation, are arming themselves with
any; weapons e uponwhichthy oq
any weapons upon which they can
lay hands. The danger is that .they
may precipitate a riot and that will
bring on them military reprisals.
The Carnegie library board held a
call meeting this morning at the city
hall to attend to some special busi
ness. v- v;'?';.' v :A C'P. : :tl'X 'PS
. -omiv eaxly alter all h: :n in
i ,:w .V Vm-aJf C llxJL tt X 4 i i...: fc 1 V-
skeller. Sensational, development.'
are expected this afternoon.
TWO HIGH STATE
OFFICIALS IN TO
BROQUEVILLE LOSES SONS IN
Wiippp s BATTLE i
Amsterdam, Dec. 2.-A son of
Premier. Bro'queville of .Belgium was
killed in battle and another son is
reported to, have been, mortally
wnnnrlPfT. .Tt.'t rpnnrtd ihfit another
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Tit-HicK Wnr.flrot hn iit intn thMOI-ine "arrington.
mspcciea t;ie clarion r:iim3
morning and went on to Itaifcrd thir.
Comptroller KnoJ;t and Stat3 Tr.
urer.Luning vfere.in tl3 clly, gl:
J, A. 4.v
North Sea and is lying off Ostend.
RUNNING AWAY FROM Till
Mr. Knott cays that the naval'
stores operators, who were eo hard
Copenhagen, Dec. 2. It is reported ) prescd by t:Q van have I: ;d hnr J
sledding, but have not had to turn
any of their convict-: back c:i ths
state. He i in hope 3 they can all
that over 200,000 fugitives from East j
Prussia have arrived in Germany.
BATTLESHIPS VS. BATTERIES
Rotterdam, Dec. 2. A News dis
patch says that a fierce artillery bat
tle is raging on the Belgian coast be
tween British warships and the 'Ger 'German
man 'German land batteries. The detonation
of the heavy guns was plainly audi
ble at Sluis.
MEETING WITH THE
. A chicken supper with all tho gccJ
things that o with-it, will 1 rivc:.
at the residence of Ilr, and 7r,?3. C.
H. Shaw, Zubcr, Fridr.y cv..:. Dec,
4th, for the benefit o th3 llir.:ldc"iZ
church.- L;t everyeno l;o p::.. IMy
can go and have a rood time r.r 1
COAST." LINE. M AN. t heln'a.-worthv'''; cause. Jr. The-' tirice of
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the supper will be C5 c:r.t.
At. the Board of Trade Headquarters
- Tomorrow Evening
: A number of our business men and
farmers will meet Mr. C. A, Maull,
advertising agent of the Atlantic
Coast Line, at the Board of Trad3
"St.. Margaret's Guild of t?;3 Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church .-ill hold a tilvcr tea V't.l-
ncsday, Dccemb2r Ctlt, from 3 to G
o'clock, at the Lorrr.2 of Mrs. G.
J Maughs. The guild will have on f a
headquarters, tomorrow evening at', a variety of fancy 'work articles r.ni
7:30 o'clock. Mr. Maull has some
very interesting matters to submit,
and the meeting should be largely at attended.
tended. attended. A better understanding be between
tween between the people and the .' railroads
will be highly conducive to the pros prosperity
perity prosperity of both.
home made candies. A -cordial invi
tation is extended to, all fricr.d: t
Mr. Charlie Iluthmacher, a j
Idr Jacksonville drummer, was at the?
Ocala House last night.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
FROM NOW ON PRICES WILL RANGE FROM 025 AND UP
We will Cut arid Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House: Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool.
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE 015 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard 'to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.
B. SCOER, MANAGER.
OCALA EVENING STAK, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
11 R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LeavengoocI Business 3Ianager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.f postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance...!.. 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance .50
One year- in advance. ..... $8.00
Six months, in advance.... .4.25
Three months, In advance., 2.25
One month, in advance. .7. .80
Begin to buy your Christmas presents.
- The entire supreme court of the
United States is now reviewing the
Frank case, and may render a decis decision
ion decision Monday.
At a meeting in Gainesville Mon Monday
day Monday night, the move for a state fair
was started by a number of Alach Alachua's
ua's Alachua's enterprising citizens.
Its the Star's opinion that if one
'of the Miami papers declared the
snoon wasn't made of green cheese,
.the other would declare it was.
The proper way to pronounce Ypres
is "Weeper.'MThe occurrences around
Hiat village have made many weepers
in four nations during the last six
The republican party will make
President Wilson's Mexican policy a
campaign issue. It should recommend
something vigorous, like Warlord
William, for instance.
"Uncle Dick Croker married an In Indian
dian Indian princess fifteen years younger
than himself. She isn't likely to
scalp the old boy, but she will proba probably
bly probably pull what hair he has left if he
tioesn't do to suit her.
which very truthfully say that if the
American government was to wat
until a foreign power had occupied
Canada before interfering, it would
not be worth while to interfere at all.
The United States, in case of the in invasion
vasion invasion of Canada by an European na nation,
tion, nation, would probably take a middle
and sensible course -it wouldn't in interfere
terfere interfere as long as the Canadians were
able to hold their own, which they
could do against almost any foreign
power. If the Canadians began to
get the worst of it, the Americans
would be foolish not to go to their
rescue, and they would almost cer
tainly do so. V
TO CUT FREIGHT RATES IN TWO
tied up in the -boat or pay rent for the
boat, but would keep up the running
expenses of both boats."
Mr. Harris said that he thought
this was the best thing he had heard
yet along this line.
Mr. J.. M. Meffert said that this
question had been up for years and
this was the best proposition he had
The question arose as to whether
the rates suggested by Slrr Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael vould apply both to and from
Jacksonville and Mr. Carmichael said
that they would. The question also
arose as to whether the heavy freight
truck would be allowed to run over
the hard road This question was
answered in the affirmative. It was
stated that the present truck scarries
three tons and the trailer two .ton.
Mr. J. H. Spencer offers to carry the
freight from Silver Springs for five
cents per hundred pounds.
Mr. Carmichael stated that he
would be willing to handle any freight
except hay, and that transfers i in
Jacksonville would be taken care of.
Mr. Rooney read a letter from Mr.
John H. Bernhard, stating that boats
could be furnished for $5100 and
$7225, according to size and capacity.
Mr. O'Farrell stated that he saw
the first barge this boat company
launched at New Orleans which made
the trip of the newly formed M. O.
& A. Transportation Co., a line that
hauls down the Mississippi through
Lake Borgne, Mississippi Sound,-up
Mobile Bay, the Alabama and War Warrior
rior Warrior rivers to Tuscaloosa, one of the
deadest towns in the state. When
this trip demonstrated to the mer
chants its feasibility, giving Tusca
loosa a water rate and enabling them
to purchase goods at ,the New Or
leans, they subscribed $50,000 in a
couple of days, organized a barge
company and in six months the bene
fit was so marked that the town took
an upward" spurt and is now on a, big
CHARGES AGAINST THE
. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
A good many ultra zealous Prot Protestants
estants Protestants have been making charges
that the Knights of Columbus, a fra fraternal
ternal fraternal organization composed i of
members of the Catholic church, had
an oath pledsrincr its members to
treasonable practices. As will be seen
by the following, the Knights have
submitted their ritual to a commit
tee of Masons, who do not find any anything
thing anything in it objectionable to the spirit
of American citizenship. The Cath
olic church" has always been opposed I
to the Masonic order, and it would be j
entirely impossible to pass ofT a fak- &
ed ritual on any committee of well K
posted Masons, so the testimony of g
this ; committee is' enough for any
At the request of various cfTicial:
of the Masons of the state of Calif or
nia, the Knights of Columbus sub- L
mitted to them their complete ritual
for a thorough examination with ref-K
erence to all of the charges that are
being circulated against the Knights
After a thorough examination, y ;
At the meeting of business men at;'
the Board of Trade room Tuesday
night, Mr. C. (Ed.) Carmichael made
the most solid and practical proposi proposition
tion proposition to secure better freight rates
for this city that has yet been sub submitted.
As has been noted in previous issues
of this paper, Mr. Carmichael has
built and put on the river, to ply be
tween Ocala, Palatka and Jackson-' boom, and in addition the boat line
Ex-President Taft says that the
" Monroe doctrine does not prohibit the
"invasion of Canada. This point be being
ing being settled, we expect to hear of a
German army corps starting on a
x-iarch for Ottawa right away.
In Villa becoming dictator of Mex Mexico
ico Mexico lies the only hope of tranquility
;for that distracted country.- Its the
a tar's opinion that President Wilson
:siw this some months ago and is do do-ig
ig do-ig what he can outside of interfer interfer-vence
vence interfer-vence to promote that result.
' The Society for the Prevention of
" Useless Giving is a fraud. Let peo people
ple people give what they darn please. Love
isbonld go with Christmas presents
and all other presents, and lots of
love often goes with useless things.
Sometimes we have thought the most
useful things are the least loved.
The Times-Union says the Tri Tribune's
bune's Tribune's advice to fix the responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility of the Marianna fire is f utile be--ctuise
responsibility would be evaded
:snd punishment neglected. Isn't it
"tone to make an exception? -Tampa
It surely is.
It will not be right for the Ger--anans
to. let the Belgians, or any of
them, starve. The Star doesn't be
lieve that the Germans want the Bel Belgians
gians Belgians ta starve. At the same time,
a wholo lot of Belgians are likely to
starve because the Ajermans can't
help it. Every American who gives
ra dollar to the Belgian relief fund
-will help relieve suffering humanity,
snd we can discuss international
Qiw hundred and nine years ago
today was fought the battle of Aus Aus-erlitz
erlitz Aus-erlitz by the French under Napoleon
against the Austrians and Russians.
The French numbered 80,000: the
sillier 105,000. The French were vie
toricus, killing or taking prisoners
50,000 of their enemies. A man who
would have prophesied in 1805 that
TYimce and Russia would be fighting
Austria today would have been con
It, is reported that President Wil Wil-srm
srm Wil-srm discouracres all movements to-
-rc-anl putting the military and naval
'establishments of the country in bet better
ter better shape. He believes, it is said,
thiit when the warring nations of Eu Eu-i:pe
i:pe Eu-i:pe are worn out with whipping
"each other, it, will promote perma--rent
tranquility if the United States
is in a condition of peaceful helpless helpless-Tts.
Tts. helpless-Tts. The Star doesn't agree with
21r. Wilson; however, it hopes he is
xight and it is wrong.
ville, the biggest anI swiftest freight
boat, the G. A. Carmichael, that has!
ever been built on this line. This
boat arrived Tuesday at Silver
Springs, having made the trip from
Jacksonville, 150 miles or more up upstream,
stream, upstream, in twenty-two hours, includ
When the meeting of the Ocala
Transportation Cz. ,", was called to
order Tuesday night by the president,
Mr. Carmichael, about forty of our
business men were present.
Mr. Carmichael explained that he
had tested his freight boat and found
he could cut the freight rate in half,
and that the meeting was called to
suggest to the business men of Ocala
that if they would give him the as
surance of their support he would .be
willing to give the use of his boat
and also operate another "boat which
the city of Ocala would purchase.
Mr. F. E. Harris asked what the
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has proven highly profitable.
"The organizer of the line," said
Mr. O'Farrell, "told me personally
that the carrying charges were less
than one-half cent per mile per ton,
and that the barce had been a suc
cess wherever used and that' the
would guarantee the same."
Mr. Carmichael said that he was
glad Mr, O'Farrell had spoken of this
as he had never seen any of the boats.
A motion that Messrs. Mclver,
Brown and Clarkson be appointed a
committee to investigate the matter
carried. '.- v! h : ',
After all kinds of propositions
made during the last twenty years,
many schemes and appeals to the
government jfor help, -thsu practical
and concrete plan isj before the peo people
ple people of Ocala without any preliminar preliminaries
ies preliminaries or strings tied to it.
We have a good road to Silver
Springs, a good boat at the springs
Ix-President Taft's opinion that
titie JMonroe doctrine would not pre pre-asrnt
asrnt pre-asrnt Germany from invading Can Can-icia,
icia, Can-icia, tho it would prevent that coun coun-1
1 coun-1 tiy from setting up a permanent con
trol of the dominion, does not suit
Canadian and Australian newspapers.
result would be after this plan was in and can obtain another for a corn corn-operation
operation corn-operation if the railroads reduced paratively small sum of money. The
freight rates. Would business men river is navigable all the way to
be bound to continue with Mr. Car- Jacksonville. We don't need to wait
michael. for a government appropriation, or
Mr. Carmicliael : "Absolutely no." anything else that anybody else
Mr. Harris: "Then this is not for must do before we can begin. We
personal gain, but t6 reduce the only have to go to it, and we can
freight rate to the business men of start today.
Ocala." If the business men of this city do
Mr. Carmichael: "It is not for per- not take advantage of this proposi-
sonal gain, but to get better rates." tion, they are a ;hopeless bunch. ?
Mr. Harris: "Then in that case Mr. .. ... t
Carmichael is to be commended." A LETTER OF THArntS
Mr. Hocker said he had been talk- Editor Star: Kindly give me a lit-
ing with Mr. Carmichael and explain- tie space in your" valuable paper. I
ed that as he understood it Mr. Car- wish to thank my many friends for
michael would put on his boaty but their kind sympathy arid useful gifts
did not care to go t6 the expense of they so kindly sent to help me in my
another boat; if the city would fur- misfortune caused by, the fire. I
nish the other boat he would agree to thank them all, and I appreciate
run both boats and cut the freight in their generous gifts and kindly
half, but did not want to pay interest thoughts on. behalf of myself and
on money invested" in a boat or pay family. Sincerely yours,
rent for same. Fred J. Burden.
Mr. Carmichael said: "I will fur- : 1
nish, one boat if Ocala will furnish Mr. M R. Williams has been show show-the
the show-the other and cut rates in half, ing his friends a trade dollar tljat a
freight laid down at Silver Springs, smooth person passed off on him the
and furnish agents at. both "ends of other day. It is of the vintage of
the line, and when the railroad com- 1873, and was a good coin at that
panies come to Ihe rates will tie both date. It is worth less than 50 cents
boats up, for all I am working for now, notwithstanding it has as much
is a reduction in freight rates." silver in it as the authorized govern-
Mr. Mclver: "I have seen lots of ment plunk. There were more trade
things started in Ocala and go down, dollars than any other kind forty
and J would ike to see it proved out years ago, but the coin is a rarity
before I go into it."
Mr. Carmichael: "Mr. Mclver, I
will turn my boat over to you and the
city will get a boat and turn over to h Mr. Flynn Elliott, the genial dealer
you, if you will manage them and cut in fancy poultry, who made such a
the ireight rate in two." hit with his birds at the Marion-
Mr. Mclver: "No; I am not in the Sumter and Alachua fairs, left Mon Mon-freight
freight Mon-freight business and I haven't a river day night for his home in Charlotte.
to haul it over. j He is a clever young man and made
Mr. Carmichael: "Neither have I, lots of friends in Florida, all of whom
for the river belongs to the govern- hope to see him again,
ment, but I will turn this over to any
business man or any set of men, and Mr. J. A. Tinker, who has charire
turn-my boat over to them in the of the Mil wood dairy at Reddick, is
same way the city turns its over, if among the business visitors in the
they, will reduce the freight rate by city today. His establishment is
half. If the merchants of Ocala want gaining quite a reputation for the
cheaper freight rates, here it is for high class of its products and they
you and if you don t want it, lay it are being consumed mostly by the
down. Again, I say I will turn over large tourist hotels. Mr. Tinker won
to any merchant or set of merchants first prize for his butter exhibit at
my boat if they will do what I have the fair last week.
offered to do. And the only conces- :
sion I would want is that I would not Hot drinks or all kinds at the
California who acted under instruc
tions from the supreme officers of the
order in the United States,, we were
furnishedva complete copy of all the
work, ceremonies and. pledges used by
the order, and that we carefully read,
discussed and examined the same. We
found that while the order is in a
sense a secret association, it is not an
oath-bound organization and that its
ceremonies are comprised in four de degrees,
grees, degrees, which are intended to teach
and inculcate principles that lio at
the foundation of every great r. .::;ion
and every free state.. Our e::iimiria
tion of these ceremonies and obliga- v: X I M-C
tions was made primarily, for the
purpose of ascertaining- whether or
not a certain alleged oath of the
Knights of Columbus which has been
printed and widely circulated was in
fact used by the order, and whether,-
if it was not used, any oath, oblig
tion or pledge was used which was or
would be offensive to Protestants or If
t 1 A It IM
circuianng a document oi pccuiiur
Viciousness and, wickedness. We find ;
that neither, the alleged oath, nor any
oath or nledce bearinc the remotest r!
, x. n
nnv cni 4- t r mttrxjoa ia need rt I ll
forms a part of the ceremonies of
any degree, of the Knights .of Colum Columbus.
bus. Columbus. The alleged oath is : scurrilous
and libelous and must be the inven invention
tion invention of an impious and venomous
mind. We find that the Order of
Knights of Qolumbus, as shown by
its rituals, is dedicated to the Cath
olic religion, charity and patriotism.
There is no propaganda proposed or
taught against Protestants or Masons
or persons not of Catholic faith. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, Protestants and Masons are
not referred to, directly or indirectly,
in the ceremonials and pledges. The
ceremonial of the order teaches a
high and noble patriotism, instills a
love of country, inculcates a rever reverence
ence reverence for law and order, urges the
conscientious and- unselfish perfor performance
mance performance of civic duty and holds up the
constitution of our country as the
richest and most precious possession
of a knight of the order. We can
find nothing in the entire ceremon ceremonials
ials ceremonials of the order that to our minds
could be objected to by any person.
Motley Newes Flint,
33rd Degree Past Grand Master of
Masons of California.
Dana Reid Weller,
32nd Degree Past Grand Master of
Masons of California.
Wm. Rhodes Harvey,
33rd Degree Past Grand Master and
Master Scottish Rite Lodge.
Samuel E. Burke,
32nd Degree Past Master and Inspec
tor of Masonic District.
we do :;o miMir peactic:: ix ou
NOT JUGGLE PlIICI UP AXD 1KVX.
customj :i;s iyuuly a:;i nQUAiaxr.
f .A J
HATE- THE... COX.,
, Vttmt -tir aff
now, and Malcolm will start a com
collector's plant with it.
THE PARDON BOARD
Tallahassee, Dec. 2. The next reg
ular meeting of the State Board of
Pardons will be held in the governor's
ofBce, beginning on the morning of
Wednesday, December 9th, 1914.
FARM FOR SALE
A farm of 55 acres, half mile from
station at Montague; 20 acres under
fence, balance cut-over land; all good
pine land; a residence of four rooms
and kitchen; new barn and other out outhouses:
houses: outhouses: peaches, plums, grapes and
pecans; good drilled well; cattle, hogs,
goats and chickens, and all farming
implements and tools. Will sell cheap
for cash- Address. Owner, John
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla.- 2-6td
Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash purchase of $1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday .and Mon
day only. Smith Grocery Co.' 3t
want to pay interest on the money! Court Pharmacy.
Remember during the (holiday sea season
son season you will feel better if your pa papers
pers papers are filed in a Globe-Wernicke
lauiUCk a. lie .nuii w. J
"ACCURACY" IS .THE -FIRST QUALITY THE WATCHE3 AND
CLOCKS WrE HANDLE CIUST POSSESS. "PUNCTUALITY" U
THE ONE BEST LESSON TO TEACH YOUR CHILDREN.. OUR
ACCURATE TIMEPIECES ".WILL GDT THEM TO rCECC.V.-.O:;
TIME. GIVE YOUR LITTLE BOY OR GIRL A WATII.
NO PRESENT CAN PIXSA5E THEM ,SO tMUCH. DO:,"T YOU 'RT
-MEJMBER .HOW PROUD "YOU" "WERE OF "YOU::" FIRST
WATCH? WE HAVE (MANY 1MODEL3 WHICH, TEOVCri HOLD
FOR LITTLE MONEY, WILL -KEEP THE RIGHT TIME.
ET -. j-5T TO J j
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Csl IP ,:iT"S tf 1 : f'1"
Announces the moving of the In:;liluto
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Llain Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance hetvocn The
Murray CoM and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equir: and xvill be Ilcn
- Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9, A M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONIS 333
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Ecv. Father lX:u-C!e.tt .Dir.
i-.:'.; t tlZ T" ''('-: ;-
Flre.MIIeA West of Dado City and One ilile East of Can Anton; j
x VLnnrcVmr School forBovr Chartered Juno 1'
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225 FOR TEn SG
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U. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE,
A.' C i& TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERP OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. !G,1f;t
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1014
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A Representative Listof Those Helping'to
. I TTTZZZ n a viiivn
A CITY OF DOERS
FOLLOWING IS A CAREFULLY
PREPARED CLASSIFIED INDEX
OF SOME OF THE REPRESEN REPRESENTATIVE
TATIVE REPRESENTATIVE BUSINESS INTERESTS
OF THE CITYALL OF WHICn
ARE WELL WORTHY OF YOUR
Mark Twain once said that the less!
he knew of a subject the better he
could write about it, because he would
be less likely to be hampered by facts.
Happily for the writer the facts in
regard to Ocala and her business in-J
terests are in themselves so interest
ing that neither fiction no rhetoric are
necessary, the truth: is good enough.
Ocala is the county seat of Marion
county, and situated right in the cen center
ter center of the county. All the business
portion of the city is paved with vit vitrified
rified vitrified brick. It has the best public
graded schools in the state for both
colors, a splendid electric lighting
plant, owned by the city and the fin finest
est finest paid fire' department in the state.
A free library, churches of all de denominations,
nominations, denominations, many secret oredrs and
societies and the stores of various
kinds are filled to repletion with ev everything
erything everything of the best that the market
affords. It is not necessary to go
- el sewhere at the expense of time and
money to purchase goods only to re return
turn return and find that you might have
done better right .at home and with
men who re both courteous and ac-
c ommodating: and -who appreciate
Ocala's b iiiness men are of a race
who build cities, make desert places
. h loom and kn ow not the meaning of J
tte word defeat.
The writer, would call especial at-
I tcntion to this page ojt cards as her
ing indicative of the best in their .lines
ard simply add to patronize those
whose cards appear in this index, they
ar':i all men vho believe that what
is worth doing1 at all is worth doing
well, and this : principle is followed
in ,e1 of their caily transactions.
1 jOfihla is surrounded by the best ag-
Iricultural lands in the South and there
mo:re" opportunities for a poor man
to make a living;, or for the capitalist
1 to invest his money in this cour.ty
xl -lL .' a! il. T
inaia in any oiner portion ox tne uni united
ted united States, both the capitalist and the
wags earner being welcome. The for former
mer former for the betterment of condiito:is
that are so attractive here, and the j
j latter that he may by frugality and
enterprise become a fore-runner in
the race of material development.
The accommodations for travelers
in Ozala are excellent, two good ho
tels and numerous good boarding!
houses, and to' the pleasure loving a
fine opera house presenting all of the
best attractions on the circuit.
La at, but not bast, Ocala has two
daily and two weekly papers and one-,
the STAR shines and illuminates' th;
entire county, giving its readers all
of the latest and most up-to-dato
news. If you are not a subscriber,
become one, and then become a city
builder, saying to each and everyone
you meet, "That the half has never
been told," in regard to Ocala and its
advantages and progress.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Eev. Bunyan Stevens Pastor
Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Dr. W. H. Dodge, Pastor
I GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Dr. J. G. Glass, Recotr
A. G. GATES GARAGE
Auto Repairing and
AUTO TIRES ETC.
-jilavies, the Tire Men
AUTO TIRES AFJD
North Main St.
carry a full line of Tires
and Tubes, and am agent
for Fisk, Firestone arid
Vulcanizing and Supplies
; a Specialty.
Phone 438 Ocala, Fla.
ABSTRACT OF TITLES
Florida Title & Ab Abstract
stract Abstract Corporation
Abstracts of Title
Ojpposite Post Office
: Phone 283
Ocala Lumber and
Office and Warehouses
on S. A. L and A. C. L.
We Solicit Your Patronage
A Comfortable Stopping
Rates $1.00 per day, special
by the week or month.
Mrs. E. Irvin, Proprietor
203 N. Main Si.,
Capital Stock $50,000.00
State, County and City
Give Us Your Banking
'.'The Drug Store on the Square
Compounded by Day or
GEIIG'S. TWO DRUG
The REXALL STORE, 114 South St.
The NYAL STORE,. 16 N. Magnolia
Telephones Nos. 20 and 279
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS
G. iL NASH
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
SHOES AND MILLIN
Agent for Butterick Patterns
and King Quality Shoes
" PHONE NO. 257
Opposite Court House
H. W TUCKER
ELECTOIC AND PLUMB PLUMBING
ING PLUMBING SUPPLIES
Plumbing of All Description
Telephone 300 Ocala, Fla.
Promote the Business Interesto
WHOLESALE GROCEPS I JEWELRY REPAIRING j
C. N. Kirkland, Pres. C. C. Cos, V.-P.
E. P. Pacetti, Sec'y-Treas.
he Ocala Grocery
Agents for'Flour Made
, "AUNT ROSE"
We Sell to Merchants Only
and Will Appreciate Your
Phone 308 OCALA, FLA
MARION -MERCANTILE CO.
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES A SPECIALTY
New Store, New Stock,
Prompt Delivery and Moder Moderate
ate Moderate Prices.
Give Us Your Trade
Carmichael Bldg., Near
S. A. L. Depot
E. M. OSBORN
' OCALA, FLORIDA
Firie, Life, Accident,
Plate Glass, Surety Bonds,
"Protection that Protects
ICE AND COLD STORAGE
W. D. Taylor
John H. Taylor
' -: 'Compaay-
Own and Operate
Ocala Ice and Packing Co.
Bean, Cuke and Lettuce Bas Baskets,
kets, Baskets, Champion Carrier and
Orange Boxes, Ice and Cold
'Phone 34 Box 576
OCALA IRON WORKS;
and Hlill Supplies
" : fHi cj:'i "TTl'1f f "Tl "" r ":'
. Jf '-fcltr Ei it f Km JLJL JLJL tli Ml V
Watchmaker and Jeweler
Stone Mounting and Opti Optical
cal Optical Goods,
Also a Very Attractive
Line of Holiday Goods, With
a Specialty of California
Crushed Rocn Beads.
Call and See Lie Before!
Store West of Court Houce
4 KJ 4.:Li.JLJJk
E.. E. COMVERSE
Ocala Planing Mills
Office and Mills at A. C. L.
Phone No. 234
Call and Let Us, Quote You
,; - 'LAUNDRY WORK REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE j
Imperial Sceam F. -.7. un.iO ;
. -'Laundry.-..'' ,;-npnTi T7oir"r""'i
Vo TPreat ''ouir IaundiTjy -j f r
Cleaning and Pressing in
; connection With : 1 reprccont come oi tiio
Laundry Fire Insurance Companicii i:.
' Existence, and deal !a:rr';i;
No Extra Charge for Rush in both City and Ccinit;
'Order Work. ; Real Estate.
Phone 21 20 W Ft. King Correspondence Solicit A.
. ; BIEATS; '. MILLINERY
':W.M.MFM :Miss Mary Affleck
-V ' .' 'All the Latc:t in G treat
Fish and Oysters Hats; Dress Mod'0iflf Moiinery:
, . and Hair Novelties.
All Kinds of Fresh
- r- -. up Stairs Rear Helvenc-
Next Door to Tea Pot ton's Store.
Telephone 103. Ocala, Florida.
MONUMENTAL WORK BAKERY
The Ocala Harbla Gftsfe'S fi'iQV
. UOUIS j : Fresh Bread, Rolls, Ca!rc3
A. J. LEAVENGOOD, PROP. 'Pa3tnC3.
r i : Baked Every Day
ALL CLASSES OF Bread, Cacs, etc. Hade hr
CEMENT WORE ( Machinery and Baked Vilii
Mail Orders Promptly En- w
- . Telephone 360
OCALA, FLORIDA. Qf '.
S 1 ,J
General agency for the I .eh .eh-lin
lin .eh-lin line of Grand, Inverted
Grand and Player-Pi c:ncr.
Also tiie. lamous.iiumuaii
line Pianos, Pipe Orrjana and
S. H. CHRISTIAN
If You Vant a Well G
Good One; Let S. H. Chrictian
Have Your Worh.
P. O. Bo:: 122 Ocala,
EAST BROADWAY CHURCH
Give Us Your Work
Me Solicit Your Patronage.
r. Hoy E. Dovrers, Pastor
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1014
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any Items for this department call phone ,106
Mrs. B. A. Weathers returned sev several
eral several days ago from a stay of a week
Zzt Lakeland, having been called. there
2y the illness of her grand-niece, lit little
tle little Miss Margaret Stevens.
. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Rawls have as
their jruests the latter sister and
cousin, Miss Ruth Pennington of Co Columbia.,
lumbia., Columbia., S. C, and Mr. William Pen Pennington
nington Pennington of Rockymount, S. C.
The Roman's Club will hold its last
business meeting before the new year
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the club house. The executive board
-mil meet at 2:45. The program for
the afternoon is in charge of the an animal
imal animal protection committee, of which
Hrs. B. T. Perdue is chairman. The
president urges all members to be
Mr. Jim Rentz who came up rom
South Florida to spend fair week
with "his mother, Mrs. E. P. Rentz,
Mrs. Lee Miller, of Whitney is the
Siuest of her mother, Mrs. S. A.
. Y '' 'Y'
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters left
this afternoon for Coleman to spend
several days with relatives, going
then, to Panasoffkee to remain until
the new year with their daughter,
2Jrs. W. L. Armour and family. Miss
Margaret Walters and Mr. Holmes
Walters will join their parents for
Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Snow have giv given
en given up their rooms at Dr. Van Hood's
residence and moved to the Arras
. House. ;
JMrs. F. E. Sheppard, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant Trisit to her children 'and friends
- kn Ocala, left this morning for her
J home in Daytona. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. Roy Luckie, who will
- spend some days i i the pretty and
lpleas2.nt East Coas t town.
-.Mrs, C. L. Gamsby will be hostess
to tee mursaay two-ta Die auction
club tomorrow afternoon. t
i "Blaster, H. M.' Hampton, Jr., ac accompanied
companied accompanied by. his nurse left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Floral City, to spend a week
xvith hiu paternal grandparents.
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The' Woman's Missionary Society
- ill meet tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Methodist church. All
Vare urged to be present as there will
lie-an election of officers.
, ' '. :"'- V
" Col. and Mrs. J. D. Gibson of St
Xouis, Mo., are in the city and will
spend this week with Mrs. T. M.
Hoore and will then go to St. Mary's
lor a short visit, after which they will
Teturn to Ocala for the rest of the!
- . .t ; 1 4.1. .-til
Winter. OI. UlOSOn is a oromer ou p Tc.
Ilrs. W. M. Richardson of this city. Jur! A.
sidering the victory due to hen ex excellent
cellent excellent plays. This is Miss Eagleton's
first' year at college and she is mak making
ing making an enviable record in her classes,
her marks being among the highest
made. V : 'k'"'--k
A Quiet Home Wedding
We clip the following from a Fal Falmouth,
mouth, Falmouth, Mass., paper:
A very simple : wedding took place
Monday, November 23, when Miss
Winnie Eliza Prescott Hall became
the bride of Sumner Raymond Hall,
the ceremony being performed by the
Rev. Frank H. Baker, pastor of the
First Congregational church. The
wedding was at the. ; home of the
bride's parents on Worcester avenue,
The bridal couple stood beneath a
large American flag. The bride be being
ing being the daughter of a Grand Army
veteran, and herself a member of the
Woman's Relief Corps, it 'was most
appropriate that the nuptial knot
should be tied under the "Stars and
Stripes." v '
The guests present were members
of the family and a few intimate
friends. The attendants were Misl
Marion Holden and Miss Cora
The bride wore a traveling suit of
blue velvet and carried a bouquet of
Immediately after the ceremony
wedding luncheon was served, and
Mr .and Mrs. Hall left in the after afternoon
noon afternoon for a short wedding trip to Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. They will reside for the -pres
ent with Mrs. Hall's parents and will
be at home to their friends after
January 1st. :
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs, Henry S. Hall and has
many friends in Falmouth and among
the summer colony at the Heights.
Mr. Hall is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred W. Hall, and a former resident
of Munson, Mass. For several years
he has held a responsible position in
the postoffce at Eastlake, Florida.
All the friends of both the young
couple will join in wishing them
many years of happiness.
i " -j
King's Daughters Meeting
The members of the King's Daugh
ters are requested to meet at the
Presbyterian church Thursday after
noon at 5:30.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, Sec.
After a brief visit in the city tni
guest of Mrs. T. E. Bridges, Miss
Lois Pedrick, of Dade City, left this
morning for Dunnellon. Miss Ped Pedrick,
rick, Pedrick, who is a temperance lecturer and
scientific worker is sent out by the
state Woman's Christian Temperance
the class includes several who are not
members of the canning clubs.
The course in cooking includes:
Lesson 1: Cereals, use of fireless
cooker, demonstartion in making fire fire-less
less fire-less "cooker, and orange marmalade
Lesson 2: Biscuit, sodav biscuit,
baking powder biscuit, various uses
of biscuit dough and work on marma marmalade.
lade. marmalade. "; :
Lc on 3: Cornmeal mufilnsr vari varieties
eties varieties of muffiin mixture and manna-
iaae compietecu ? t ;r:ir-
Lesson 4: Meats, cookery'of meats
in fireless cooker and cookery ; of
meats most wholesome ways. 5 r
Lesson 5: Soups, use of fireless
cooker in j making soups, left-overs, J
meat stews, meat balls : and contest
in making biscuits. r. ; --f ;
Lesson Gi Eggs, "cooking eggs for
invalids and children, eggs in diet in
piace oi meat, vaneues, m metnoas
Lesson 7 i' Cheese and its econom-
ical uses in ; the diet, milk, its use
and care and preparing milk for baby.
yeast, magic yeast, Fleishman's yeast
and rolls. .
Lesson 9: Vegetables and prepara-l J
tion of cabbage, onions, greens and j
; Lesson 10: Setting table, prepar preparing
ing preparing and gprvinfyaHjinripr,il,,ltg JnvitPfl
t r? r
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Our aissortmentfof Full most complete.
fique, flam ana buK raDncs. ii-cgu osru nm tjig.
- yg? hmiS. 'i
Dr. H. C. Dozier has been inform
ed that his pajper- read before the
meeting xf iaboard Air Line sur sur-creons
creons sur-creons at Petersburg. Va.. last Oc-
tober has won theiirst prizeajiand-1 J
some surgical caljinet.TMs is quite
an honor tfor : our ygisng doctor among
the leading surgeons of half a dozen
Miss Ramona Kay, who spent the
past several weeks in New York city
and Mount Kisco, N. Y., returned
home this afternoon. Metropolis.
COL. ROGERS CONDITION
I being Tornthis.ssrori.";7
r S5 ml
the only thin
1 f Si t
Col. R. F. Rogers is better today. I
ms pnysicians -nave ... mcreasea nis
nourishment and he seems to be a lit little
tle little stronger.
Mr. J. S. Sykes, who has been in
the hospital for the past week, re-
turned to his home at JLeroy today.
Mr. Heron Todd is convalescing
rapidly. 1 '
Mr. Grimm is doing well,
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Iiss Ellie Tremere of Belleviev
was in town today, accompanied by
Misses Jessie!" Morrison, Mildred
abef Buiylay, Ruth Richey
L. miller, all of Leesburg.
Mrs. E. ,T. Porter came up from
Xady Lake today and will be the guest
of friends for several days.
Mrs. Jake Brown returned today
Urorn an overnight visit to Mrs. C H.
Hathews at Candler. She was ac accompanied
companied accompanied home by Mrs. Mathews,
who will make her a brief visit:
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Rivers moved
t;oday into the home on Oklawaha av avenue
enue avenue formerly occupied by the lat lather's
her's lather's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Mrs. Louis Yonce, the Star regrets
l4 say, is quite sick.
Thanksgiving Day the senior and
junior basketball teams of the Wo-
man's State College, played in Tal Tal-laliassee
laliassee Tal-laliassee and the team on which Miss
Annie Pope Eagleton played won with
-a score of 18 to 16. Miss Eagleton
was complimented highly, many con-
ivirs. tinier, woo nas oeen visitmg ui
inesville, jomed the party here on
Rev. R. B. Bowers and family are
moving today from the high school
dormitory into one of Rheinauer's
cottages on South Second street.
Short Course Benefit Canning Club
There are now nearly twenty girls
in Tallahassee for the purpose of tak taking
ing taking the short course in domestic sci science
ence science at the Woman's State College
given them for making the best record
in the canning clubs of their re respective
spective respective counties. Miss 'Vida Parker
is Marion's smart representative.
The course will cover a period of
two weeks, and during that time the
champion canning club girl of the
state willv be determined upon. The
wTork will be conducted in the Home
Economics department. Anybody who
cares to is eligible to the course and
D. C. HULL
News was received m Ocala today n?f rnnnfi VUntH rr C?V
of the death on Nevember 25th from f iW
tuberculosis of Mr. D: C. Hull, a for- FGF HOHt QHQ 510111 LCDUl UZZ'JiS
mer well known and popular -Ocala
citizen, at his home in Preston, Cuba. FOR RENT Lower fiat for fent on
Mr, Hull was a brother-in-law of I Oklawaha avenuel AH modern con-
Mrs, Frances Ho wse, having married j veniences. Apply, Mrs. B. Dr Black-
her youngest sister, Miss Anna John-j burn, 428 Oklawaha avenue. 30-ti
son and for a number of years had
business interests in Marion county, j LOST Pointer gyp about three
For twenty years ne was clerk of the years old; black and white' spotted;
circuit court of Sumter county. : He I answers to name of "Fannie." Suit-
eit ucaia snorciy aiter me ireeze or aDie rewara ior recovery. v.-a
uba and until his death managed a Pedrick. Ocala. Fla. 30-3t
large sugar plantation
Besides a host of friends in Marion FOR. SA.XJS Sawed cedar posts, all
d Sumter counties, Mr. Hull leaves heart, any quantity. George W.
tn mourn his death four children J Hvde. Crystal River, Fla. ;9-9-tf
Misses Mary and Seleste and Messrs.
Robert and Gus Hull, (who will con- WANTHD Three unfurnished rooui3
tinue to make their home in Cuba. by young married couple. Must
be close in and in desirable nela-
Mr. H. N. Sassnet. state organizer Iborhood. 'Address care Star, dh
of the Knights of Pythias, is in the
city today,. having made y an official POSITION WANTED A competent
visit to the lodge at Mcintosh last young man wants a position as
evening. From here he will go to bookkeeper or odce man; fine ac ac-Fort
Fort ac-Fort McCoy to look over the Knights countant, steady end settled, but
of that section. not a typewriter -or sieaosrapaer.
Address Star office. 25-tl
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One of the very best farms and country estates in Florida.
Two and a half miles from Ocala.
Ten-room farmhouse, atop the hill, overlooks the city.
One hundred and fifteen acres. Rich soil. An abundance of pure water
Three barns. Two tenant houses. Wash house. Wood shed. Silo. StocK
, scale. Deep well, with pump and gas engine. Three cisterns.
Pear orchard. Pecan grove. Orange and grape fruit grove. Plenty
of grass for grazing.
'Price' exceedingly reasonable.
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Postoffice Bos. 475.
( Mrs. S. J. Fatzinger and Mrs. J. H.
Hinkison of Middletown, Conn., are LAKE 'HOUSE 'FOR RENT rA new,
registered at the Ocala House and
will spend several months here.:
W. K. Lane, 31. !., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xosc
and Tliroat. Law Iiibrary Building,
modern, 5-room cottage, bath,
screens, etc., completely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; close to Lake Weir, adjoining
orange grove of Carney Invest
ment Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, ;H. S. Wesson, "Qcala,
Fla. s 27-30t
J. D. McKASKILL
State Agent For
The Best Interior Finishing
WANTED A flat top office desk and
chair. Phone 448. 2S-6t
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Phone 451"7 Ocala, Fla.
FOR SALE Ten room house and
five room house, each with bath,
Nos. 302 and GOG, South Fourth
' street, east; "both now rented. Price
for two, $4000; cash $2000, balance
. on time, or will sell separately. C.
E. Thomas, Clearwater, Fla. 28-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs, three rooms
and bath furnished for lighthousV lighthousV-keeping;
keeping; lighthousV-keeping; city and cistern -water.
Mrs. P. H. GillenNo. 1 South Fifth
FOR SALE Nice large residence on
. beautiful, large lot; in best neigh neigh-.
. neigh-. borhood; on Fort King avenue;
price right. S, S. Savage, Jr. 1-lm
FOR RENT House for rent on Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula street opposite telephone of office.
fice. office. Gas. electric lights, hot and
, cold water. Apply to Miss Rena i
. Smith at Mrs. Haycraft's millinery J
store. v 2-12t
; Restaurant:: withModerate price's
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for 9 handkerchief Writs todzy.
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Dr. H". Van Hood.
THE OLD FASHION GARDEN
"When-1 was young ".ve had a garden
full of greens and things,
And. I tell you, we children ate and
and kept as fat as kings.
'And healthy, yes for everything we
. ite was fresh you Bee, v
I th)ught the garden, was the' fin finest
est finest thing I'd ever see.
Mother said she kept a garden for-it
caved her many a cent,
Seldom' was she at 1he market, sel seldom
dom seldom to the store ;he went.
For beside the garden products we
had eggs and chickens th3re,
Milk f.nd butter, beef and hog meat,
all so nice I do declare.
And what time we went to market, or
the store for anything,
Seldom did we carry cash for they
would ask us eggs to bring.
Or a chicken, or some vegetable city
f'-lks all need,
And with these wed do our trad trading
ing trading even purchase our seed.
And I tell you we .were happy, nev never
er never bother 'bout expense,
And we folks should all have one
now for its the poor man's de defence.
fence. defence. .
We could all eat and be happy; nev never
er never worry day or night,
And the best place for a garden
is out here on Marion Heights.
The old fashion garden so' dear to. cur
Should not vanish from sight in
our town. s
For its memory still lingers it never
For it has gained lasting renown.
This old fashion garden which grew
in our town,
Was blossoming through all f the
long year. : : t:- ;,-;V.
Tliere laddies -and lassies withi eyes
blue and brown
Did plight their fondest troth with
Not only did roses bloom forth in her
But bloomed by the great garden
'wall, . f
Not the roses alone though they "set
the pace i-
While sturdier plants followed their
call. . .
It wTas here that our lassies so true,
. While the stars twinkling down.
ODid look on and approve while he
kissed his lass,
And the stars kept their secret of
To the old fashion garden all may "re "return,
turn, "return, : -.,vi
White the prices are soaring sp
From our lad and our lassie much
may be learned,
Till the high cost of goods has pass passed
ed passed by.
BACK TO THE, OLD
Our fathers toiled .with perfect ease,
While they breathed the country
They were sirene in their toil,
As they cultivated the soil.;
Life to them was good and bright,
They did their work with great de delight,
light, delight, -But
their sons are fuir of strife
They crave too much for city life.
Just think a man with muscles hard
Measuring ribbons by tke yard,
Behind the counter all day long,
Without heart to give a song.
He ought to be behind the spade,
Making good a gardens grade.
Or behind the plough, may suit him
As a good example to the rest.
If the men, should now return :
To the soil, you'd see them spurn spurn-The
The spurn-The narrow nose, and pallid face
And be more like the human race.
The statesmen and the Peers exist
By the toiler, who's the gist
Of all the beings on this earth,
Also a bulwark against dearth.
What advantage is this to live
To till the soil, that it may give
From golden grain to snowy rice,
All kinds of things to cut the price.
The prices then would be so fair
That all would have some goods to!
-, spare,- ;. .. r
Yes goods enough to fatten swine,
' That would bring in the current
coin. ''.; -;" s-
Well good bye, pale city folk,
I'm going back to raise some pork,
The two winning poems will be
tor iu as part payment on one 01 those lots. Kememoer
and Dollar House arid lot to th.e purchasers of these lots.
es win Be
And till; my arden to a T
That'3 worth a dear life to me.
Say more, you say? No sir not now,
I'll come in soon to sell a cow,
Then 111 say more, of something
Of B. H. Seymour, iselling- land..
THEN AND NOV
Ah! well do I remember,
When I was "in my teens,
From New Year till Iecember,
We had plenty meat and greens.
From the rich old country garden,
Down by the old hoise lot,
Where old aunt Dolly Varden
Gathered truck for the dinner pot.
There were lucious red tomatoes,
Okra, cabbages and beans,
Beds of mealy new potatoes,.
And Carolina greens.
There were turnips rutabagoas
Flat Dutch and long cowhorn,
Lima beans as long as daggers,
Sweetpeas, and soft green corn.
There was' every kind of juicy truck
That in a model garden grows,
Somehow we always had. good luck
Or so the story goes. ...
Then in the smoke-house every chink
Was filled with shoulders, sides and
And sausages in -great long links,
: To eat with great big yellow yams.
: Nobody said the times were hard,
. We did not know that "fellow's"
And if you will work your own back
You' too can play a winning game.
For we have both the clime and soil,
In and around about Ocala,
So you can make your grub by toil,
If you are worth your hide and tal-
Here's 'a line .to the old fashioned .gar .garden,
Do away with the vegetables can
For the okra, beans and tomatoes
Taste better picked by hand.
We'd lessen the high cost of living
If only we would try,
And plant us an old fashioned gar garden
den garden Like mother's in days gone by.
We can see the beds of turnips,
The peas and. beans in a row,
And in the summer breezes
The corn is bending low.
We do not send to the grocery store
'For everything to eat,
Most of the food we need these ditys
Is in the garden 'cept meat.
So let us all get' busy t
" Return to the days of yore,
Buy us a lot in North Ocala
From Mr. B. H. Seymour.
Where is the old fashion garden,
Like mother grew?
The garden, on the road, the market
' wagon never knew.
The garden, with its long rows,
Of lettuce, beans, and tomatoes,
Beets, cucumbers, cabbage and po potatoes.
tatoes. potatoes. Where is the old fashion garden,
Like mpther grew?
With its fragrant, roses, dipped by the
, morning dew.
The garden where sweet peas, dai daisies
sies daisies and butter cups grew.
Where is the old fashion garden,
Where father drives his team, to wait,
With its picket fence and gate,
Where, he gathered vegetables, and
robbed the bee hive,
And off to market, cheerfully
Be wise people all everyone,
Come to the front, the time has be be-.
. be-. gun,
To grow lucious, garden vegetables
And all, this point is plain to be
Oh, uncles, aunts, husbands and wives
Let this day be the day for us to
begin to thrive.
Oh, be wise kind ones, and wait, no
For little sonny to go to, the store.
You'll probably have no money to
send him any more.
Let's let old Marion come to the
front, and don't go set,
And if we don't brag, too much,
Marion county will be a booster yet.
Where is the- old fashion garden,
Like mother grew?
Let's ail take courage and come in
And quitely bid our old ways adieu.
And have more and better exhibits
at the fair again,
That no county can excell in 1915.
Said to we women of Florida,
Mr. B. H. Seymour, that man so grand
and gay ?
One lovely summer's day,
What about the "high cost of liv liv-.
. liv-. ng?"
With land so cheap and all, )
While right here in North Ocala
Why! There's room enough for all.
With .Mrs. Moorhead, our "canning
club so dear,' s
And wTho will help us Cian, all that
vre can raise here,
So lets plant okra, onions and greens
With tomatoes, potatoes, lettuce
, and beans, '
Not forgetting pumpkins that m;ike
those good pies,
And so many more things; we hard-
' ly" know', why ;
; One should ever go hungry, or
want any thing high. :
While our gardens can feed us, :
If we only try, r
To economize in, buying,
As our mothers knew,
Lets go, to work earnestly and t:.-y
to learn too. 4
So lets buy in North Ocala,
And all come here to stay.
For what could b8 any prettier.
Than a home built up that way.
Then with neighbors all around us,
And gardens all galore,
We"ll reduce the, high cost of living,
And what can we want more ?
NO. 11; '. v
"THE OLD FASHIONED GARDEN"
(Apologies to William Wadsworth)
How dear to my heart is the old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned garden,
It's walks fringed with flowers of
There's herbs from the hillside and
herbs from the wildwood,
E'en catnip and squills which my
inf ancv- knew. .'
There's rhubarb, mint; boneset, dill,
hoarjiound and mustard,
For brewing and stewing, for pow powder
der powder and pills,
There's sage, balm, lobelia, and sen senna,
na, senna, and balsam,
To ward off the doctor, and cure
all our ills.
There's tansy, dock, ginger, and rue,
m one corner,
And calamus, too, how we well
Fresh, dried or concocted, they each
had a mission,
In building the column of health up
There's rosemary, bergamot, thyme
and sweet maryram,
. Their perfumes distinct without
, money or price
There are herbs for drying, for sell
ing and dyeing,
Fresh, pure and abundant, obtain
ed in a trice.
There veg'tables grow of every dis-
Com, artichockes, carrots, for man
and for beast:
Potatoes and eggplant, and garlic
and parsnips --.
And hops in profusion to make in into
to into yeast.
Fresh cucumbers, gherkins, and pep peppers
pers peppers for pickling,
Squash, cauliflower, cabbage and
. all sorts of spice,
With leek, spinach, beets, radish, en-'
dives and pumpkins,
And rich lucious melons to serve on
There are turnips, and kale, and okra
Fruits, currants and berries to can
and to jell
While adorning a vine, we see in pros prospective,
pective, prospective, v
The long handled dipper to hang in
Beans, climbing tall sunflowers, nod
to the daisies,
fThere's peas and tomatoes -casava
There's water-cress, too, in low
- marshy places,
And peanuts or goobers, to boil and
Then back 'with me go to the old
'Where there's an abundance, with
plenty to spare!
We're tired of hard times and of
And long for our f reedom, the
sunlight and air!
We're weary of microbes, and handed
Of bills piling-up, despite our en endeavor,
deavor, endeavor, So its "back to the soil," with fresh
courage and vim,
To be independent now and for forever.
ever. forever. published with name
NO. 13. -THE
OLD FASHIONED GARDEN
Back to the garden, yes back, V
The "Old Fashioned Garden"
When times were good and we vrcre
Oh, why! Oh, why! Say more. (Sey (Seymour.)
mour.) (Seymour.) : t
"Backward v turn backward, oh, tin 3
' in your flight"
Give us the old fashioned garden
our heaits delight
Filled with vegetables of all kinds'
- That reduces' the high cost of liv liv-,
, liv-, ing, see f'Scymour.?
Reduce the exjvsnse that now is so
That can surely be done if only we
And return to the garden of old,
Whose treasures are all like apples
Then buy you a tract from "Seymour"
And begin this reduction now:
His lands are go cd "why pay more"
Just an "old fashioned garden," no
NO. 12. .
THE OLD FASHIONED GARDEN
How dear to each heart is the old
. foshioned garden;'
YvTien memory awakened reviews it
t anew. '
Its needs and its pleasures have both
. been forgotten t
In chasing for jays of i moro bril brilliant
liant brilliant hue. ,
The plot of that garden, the rail fence
; around it,
Its cleaness and thrift, of industry
And hands that were folded in peace
At eve when the duties of day were
done -well. ; .-:
The old fashioned garden, the food
. giving garden,
Thes health giving garde:.! of which
we will tell. 41
The blooms from tho fruit trees have
' recently fallen,
The blossoms of lilac are scenting
The white syringas alternating with
Combined, form a border both fra
grant and fair.
The. cinnimon roses their fragrance
Blue flags border walks as straight
as a dye:
And here and there snowballs their
., pure heads are bending,
Oyer gold, spicy sweet current blos blossoms
soms blossoms close by.
The old fashioned garden, the sweet
. smelling garden,
The cheer giving garden, to which
t we should fly.
Awake in the morn, when' the nrst
light is peeping,
: Out breathing the air that has pow power
er power to renew:
Out gathering the flowers, from the
old fashioned .'garden,
And picking the lettuce still laden
A three fold need is this garden ful fulfilling,
filling, fulfilling, Of sustenance, health and pleasure
. as well.
Its joy to the senses, and cents to
the purses, -.
The old. fashioned, garden, the life
The peace giving garden' of which
we will tell.
Not all of this garden is blossoms
; To please but the sense of the one
who draws nigh,
But mingled with flowers is the food
for the family, ...
Radishes, lettuce and onions near
The season is fleeting, the garden is
Each day. adds new glory and value
. to all.
The corn and the pumpkins are close-
est oi neighbors,
The butter beans clamor and cling
and errow talk
The old fashioned garden, the money
The strength giving garden, is call calling
ing calling us all.
Then back to the garden, the old
It is peace, and contentment and
blessing to you, ;
Steal away from the crowd with its
noise and its turmoil,
He who clings close to nature, his
- strength shall renew.
Make friends with the mint, thyme,
rosemary and sage,
of author. All others call at my office and get a receipt
1 am giving tree one
And e'en the old hop vir
- is most true,
Drink deep of the draul.t of tha
sweet honey ruckle,,
:. Gather hands full of pinks all la la-E
E la-E den with d z
Then the : cl 1 f.:.:6ncd zv.iC.zn, the
V -restful cM-rardcr.,
Th3 pcaco sivm
victory to you.
If I had. in Ncrtli Ocala,'
Say, just a let cr two
And Mr. ; Seymour has them che ap
To -soil to mo and you.
I'd fm me an old fashioned 5 garden
Plr.nt peas and beans in rows
For they are good old stands bys
As everybody knows.
The mustard and tho parsley beds
Are. just the prettiest sight
And rows of cabbages, onions r.nd
Look to my eyes just right.
The watermelons and the corn,
Oh, the corn it is so rare
I am very sure I could get :
A premium at ths fair.
Oh, I have net forgotten tho pump pumpkins
Just look between the rows
Of corn that's lying on the 'ground,
The 'yellow pumpkin grows. :
Oh, I couldn't begin to enumerate :
Tho good things you wculd.fmd
By 'looking in my garC;:i,
With .fcyes thnt were not tlincl.
Now' where is" the "hi;;;!i cc-:.t cf liv-
I think it is geno in',: J,
For its been, moaning in'mS' garden
; Since I-planted the very first ,ccd,
And the day I dug my potatoes
And. was bending over the heap
Of potatoes lying on the ground.
I am sure I heard him weep.
And the; day I was5 in tha garden
And found my tomato z 3 turning
I heard a', sound .and tun;:d my h2ad,
But the rascal he hr.d f.ci.
So let us keep him from coming
He has held sway ca long ;
Let's all plant an old fashioned gar-
den,' ".- -
Make the world "Ono Grand Swsct
"THE OLD FASHIONED GARDEN"
Back to the old fashioned garden I
In my dreams of other days,
The old fashioned garden where row
Mustard and turnips and p-r-nip3
Onions and lettuce cucumbers and
Squash and potatoes and roastin'
Grow in abundance thro' Spring and
- thro' Fall
A help and a joy always.
Back by the mossy well shelter I
For moth ex to join me then thro'
By the trees hanging with fruit o'er
Margining beds, of bright holly
We pas3 cn"our way,
Tith basket each day
Our garden to plunder
Of its luscious wonders.
Gather the strawberries, juicy and
Cut the asparagus tender and white
Down by the wall in its rich earthen
;- --.'bed. v;;'-; "" -;
There in the corners the sweet 5 seen t t-md
md t-md thyme,
Catnip and hoarhound and mint and
Mingle their perfume with old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned flowers
Marigold, zinnia and swett migno-
j We were all red cheeked and happy
And far from the greed of the
nrnspnt dav: -
Free from the stress and the strain
and the grind.
a rr conk u-pre clean-
And our hearts were kind.
Out of the slaughter, the eteneh,
and the gore,- i
And over the "clamor, the din, the1
Of these costly times' and
I long for the garden of otner
une inous- rj .i i
- Jo lido u;uavjnj
NO. 10, ,, ?
THE OLD' FASHION GARD1
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So 'dear 'as the cid
den of c
Heal tli and ,'calth, Lcrr cn in
Our .vintcr food and s,
With herbs. and vegetable
We stored in cellr.r, c
Grovm in cur r-rd-: liVrv:
, Domes Td
Were ordors of
thyme, mint, r
4 V fct :!):iJ' ii
f i j 1
near collard' bed,
. r r- -n rf AfthHf! swa I1
Floated into to-days g.irJcn, Li
, stead of long ago.
Out of -the- real old grux:: : 3
. Tho real birth-place of the licallli
the ecicnliuc workers,
May th'j Lhrilnrs'tf God, .-on c
worhrri cf tk; iAlt
' Give double, trilble to all thtr, 1
The old t irr. -j n:;r;; no'. i.re
. 1 a city lib tie,
-i Since modem inventions to .us h
The garden's riot bcdrasnktl 'now
disorders bcrcXt, r.
ven, Cuii bit .vcL
iz iarr.;'ir;.:, a l"le i
lging in a hammer
- snejy nooi:: -Can
now leisurely enjoy
he garden teach 2, and'brir
Instcnd of a 1
it one ana e
iDinntrs in the flrelces c
rcn at differinfc c;'.
' vrith electric tool:.
From "the china, to the e!::
!' ; in'
vasners pus r.vr
, CI;crc3 Czr-2 in I:e 1
Oh, plenty of, time' to v.v
Yiulicre rr.n as f.r.:i
- rest. ' 1
.(.. the gaiiv
Improving the impro
-t Cv 3 Sjt
NO. 5. v ;
How dear to my heart
t re ff- T
: When bri
The '"many fine r
' Of beans, b
So much t'
How rood for the f:;r:.;:'cf
ttfTfm rPVT T '11 f'IF " ' ' &
I UUi A- t A A ;. ... - v :
Vvhcn comir.'j ho;: ': Lite to hi. cvn
. - little door i
To find wii j and ". b: V. :r: all hr : y
And a tr.V.o fjllcd frcr.i It; i-,;::.-
4 -t fsM -C f-" '
When even in:; draw;? near ia the lr-H
of tho moon,
The old .fasmor.ea rruin n n:.i
Of cage, onions and eclerj',
Thanksgiving just here
Mustard, .'tomatoes, grc.n corn,
And parsley ro dear.
So to the old fashioned ;raid2n
Add just.one more line.
And many rich bleedings,
Shall surely .ba' tninc.
I uet raKe, space ana r.oe,
And go rignt to wo:.::
rinere-s plenty icr an
' ::o never will shir':.
x;;sn for these canned goo j: v...;
price 1.3 so high,
Ve11 let them cn the counter.:
And thankful; oh,' ro thankful Le
inat wars and. Hard umes .bclcre
We will away, as the .airehirr? rc.r,
. To the lands- now owned by B. II.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914
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All other ch ocolates seem
just ordinary after you once
tr)' cmfjf They are just
as pure and wholesome as they
are delicious. We secured the
agency for the Huyler line
knowing there is nothing finer,
arid because we know too that
people will unconsciously
judge the value of our stock
by the individual lines we
cany. We will be glad to
have you judge this confec confectionery
tionery confectionery as soon as convenient.
In packages from 16c. up.
Io W. IMYM
WELCOME AT THE' LIBRARY
Miss Louise Gamsby, the nbrariaa
in charge of the library, which now
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the -library
at any time and read the books. Also
that there are a farge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who -wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have .finished -with them.
CUT OUT PAPER xJOLLS
For Good Wood
1G Load for 31.
Your Ciller will have
J. K SMOAR.
At Smoai;'s Wagon Shop.
L ALEX AW DIE p
fLurpentr and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives snore and better
work for the money than any other
sontnctor in the city.
Speak h.g of Dancing?
7th!ns that's worth doing at fill
is worth overdoing. Keble Howard.
We will give to the ladles and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug-eists-
1IRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
WITH THE CROUP
finv. Rav. 'was small he
was. subject to croup, and I was al always
ways always alarmed' at such times. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy proved iar
better than any other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick quickly.
ly. quickly. I am never without it in the
house 'for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W. R. Mc Mc-Clain,
Clain, Mc-Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all
dealers. .. - ;. Adv.
The city tax hooks nave been opea
for -payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides that
they be closed -Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. 11-6-tf
"I give Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy to my children when they have
colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne
Shaffer, Vandergrit, Pa. It always
helps them and is superior to any
other cough medicine I have used. I
advise anyone in need of such a med medicine
icine medicine to give it a trial." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
JWS-OI -sisiSSnip 'rqSruH 2ujrUH
cjaq suonI-iosajd. juojC ouj pa
-punodraoo sSnjp at AUHXl!' uios
Purity Is paramount You get at-
EACH MADE A MISTAKE.
ft Was. In Fact, a Case of "Turn About
Is Fair Play.
S:mi Shown lur wms having a sale of
his surplus stork. To stnrt the sale he
led out u-mhk row. one of the best. of
his herd, and told the auctioneer she
v.-as four years old. .Iblin Dawson, a
long, leathery ..weather buiteh fellow
with a shrewd eye. bid In the cow. He
gave Shown Iter a check for the amount
and said he would come for the cow
the next day.
"I tell you. John." said Showalter
when Dawson rode up the next morn morning
ing morning to lead home his purchase, "I made
ai mistake yesterday. I said that cow
was only four years old. but when 1
talked It over with the old woman last
night I remembered that she is eight
years old. 1 1 was another cow alto altogether
gether altogether that 1 had In mind.
l didn't want to let a mistake like
that go with a neighbor," continued
Showalter. whose word was not usual usually
ly usually accepted as entirely dependable In
the community. Mso 1 thought the fair
thing to do Was to tell you and Just
let you take your check back and. I'll
keep the cow."
Dawson squinted his eye approvingly
at the cowshe bad every, mark of u
good milkerand then looked apprais apprais-ingly
ingly apprais-ingly at Showalter.
"Well Sam." he -'said, "turn about Is
fair play. You made a mistake yester yesterday;
day; yesterday; I'll make one today and just keep
the cow." Youth's Companion.
FANS, BASEBALL BRAND.
Are Most of Them Imitations of the
My own belief Is that the fan, as the
baseball writers and cartoonist have
depicted him, is a very rare being. To
the extent that be does exist he is the
creation, not of the baseball diamond,
but of the sporting writer and the
comic artist The fan models himself
consciously upon the type set before
him in his favorite newspaper. It is
once more a case of nature imitating
If Mr. Gibson many years ago had
not drawn a picture of fat men in
shirt sleeves, perspiring freely and
waving straw hats the newspaper art artists
ists artists would not have imitated Mr. Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, and the baseball audience would
not have Imitated the newspapers. It
is true that I have seen baseball
crowds in frenzy, but these have been
isolated moments of high tensica when
all of us have been brought to our feet
with loud explosions of joy or agony.
But the perspiring, ulnlant fan In
shirt sleeves, ceaseless! r waving his
straw hat. ottering imprecations on
the enemy, his enthusiasm obviously
rnrt .h: BJnulnnt orecftdine his
n n ri
TT ii 1 1 1
We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort '-King Avenue,
vhich must be sold within next sixty, days--party has to have the money
Better see us quick.
We also have one. or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash." For particulars call on or write;
. M (TmiI- (1(1 HUMUHi
rrriTy i. i 1 (
III ".o'l h "til ' If j
! 1 i t
arrival at the baseball park, is far
from being representative of the
baseball crowd.--Simeon Stransky in
Little Maud was suffering from an
aching tooth. She called her mother
to the sofa on which she was lying
"Mamma, if I should die please don't
forget to put my dolls in mourning."
Art Connoisseur Where did you get
hold of this daub? Friend-I picked it
up in a studio, said something nice
about ft out of politeness and the
artist gave it to me. Art Connois Connoisseur
seur Connoisseur (sadlyi You can't be too careful.
A Ready Compliment.
She Some day 1 want to show yoo
our family tree. He (looking at her
admiringly) I should like to see it. 1
am sure it must be a peach. Somer Somer-Tllle
Tllle Somer-Tllle Journal.
, Beware so long as yoo live of Judg Judging
ing Judging people by appearances. La Fon
We always 'have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Xorris candies.
Court Pharmacy. i2-6t
Pennans and pillow tcp3, iateat
styles, at KREGER'S.
W aJj jt 'Jt
-::'Fccim3 For ncnt-
- W -m w m :
X si l,Lmt jL
Pacldns and Storing s
Shipping of Freight, C
' end Safes.
' nnAvr::: noinn
i'Supcricr to. Plater1-
r '."Or" Celling Ja '""
Quality; cr '.Prico .;
t, fi f
. "J .... In1
Doubling Hurrsnn LITz.
In 18SG the public health ccnditlcri
cf Kew'York were In to w a ttzi3
that the average length cf life of tho
Inhabitants was 20 years. In 1012
these conditions of lifo was 63 years
Thus the value of hu
oned in terms of time
than doubled in less than half a cca-
If fs tltr.3 Ik .'L
HasicF of tha'Hcre, etc:
told my tailor L-u c."'
lect his bill yc.:t::.:::r t:
fo was 63 years. months v:c";j. IIo,. i.
uman life, reck- to 1)9 EO indiccrcct?" TLs I
alone, had moro "l meant no hnrm, sir X crjy
than hidl a ces- to console him a bit. sir. 'a
1 that down'earied, sir."
OCALA .EVENING STAR YrE DNH3D A Y, VHCZHLZll Z, 1C1 S
To Be Upright in Our Dealings
OUIt JIEATS UP BIGHT
Making it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSU3D3 THEM
I You Will Take Enough
Satqrtioys to last Qver Scinday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
. cala Hee x PasMimgj ;
f Tllial ;
To a Person Who Prides ;
? Clean, Fresh,
: is a necessity. To supply that ne- j
.f. cessity is Our Business,
Greet Aiitlversary Sale
CilEJCS OF GGTAGON.
--; ; -: soap:- .?:
Purchase of $1.00 or
of other Merchandise
Every lay Bifow
x At the Great Anniversary Sale I
V J AMES' AUSTIN MORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, .Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 4iP Ocala Florida
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
ott His : Appearance;!
Well Laundered Linen ?
Ocala St eimnni LaiiMdiFy t
inn.ini A. Main Strftt Phono 101. c
The Detective of the
By HESKETII PRIGflARD
By Heiketh Prichard
The Hundred Thousand Dollar Robbery.
I f IB
WANT the whole affair kept nn nn-officia!
officia! nn-officia! and secret." said Harris;
; the bank- manager. : :
November Joe nodded. He was
seated on the extreme edge of a chair
In the manager's private office, looking
curiously out of place ln: that prim,
richly furnished room.
"The truth Is." continued Harris, "we
bankers cannot afford to have our ens
tomers minds unsettled. There are.
as yoil know. Joe, numbers of small
depositors, especially in the rural dis
tricts, who would be scared ont of their
seven. senses If they knew that this in infernal
fernal infernal Cecil James Attefson had made
off with a. hundred thousand dollars.
They'd never trust us again."
"A hundred thousand dollars Is a
wonderful lot of money agreed Joe.
Our reserve Is over twenty millions.
two hundred times a hundred thou
eand," replied Harris grandiloquently.
"Have you ever seen Atterson?'
"I thought you might have. He al
ways, spend-a hl3 vacations in the
woods, fishing usually. The last two
years he has fished Ited' river. This is
what happened. On Saturday 1 told
him to go down to the strong room to
fetch up ,a fresh batcb of dollar and
five dollar bills, as we were short. It
feappened that in the same safe there
was a number of bearer securities. At Atterson
terson Atterson soon brought me the notes I had
sent him for with the keys. That was
about noon on Saturday. We closed at
1 o'clock. Yesterday, Monday, Atter
son did not turn up. At first I thought
nothing of it but when it came to
afternoon and be had neither appeared
nor sent any reason for his absence I
began to smell a rat. I went down to
the strong room and found that over
$100,000 in notes and bearer securities
were missing. "--v
"I communicated at once with -the
police, and they started to make in
quiries. The constable at Roberville
replied that a man answering .to the
description of Atterson was seen by a
farmer walking along the Stoneham
road and heading north on Sunday
morning early. I
At this point a clerk knocked at the
door and. entering, brought In some
letters. Harrisstiffened as he noticed
the writing on one of them. He cut It
open, and when the clerk was gone oat
he read aloud:'
Dear HarrisI hereby resign my splen
did and lucrative position in the Grand
Banks of Canada. It is a dog's, dirty life
Anyway it is so for a man of spirit. Tou
can give the week's screw? that's owing
to me to buy milk and bath buns for the
next meeting of directors. Yours truly,
C. J. ATTERSON.
"What's the postmark?" asked Joe.
"Rimouski. Sunday, 9:30 a. m."
"It looks like Atterson's the thief,"
remarked Joe. "I'm Inclined that way
because Atterson had that letter post posted
ed posted by a con eon what'a the word?"
"You've got it. He was seen here in
town on Sunday at 100, and he
couldn't have posted no letter in Ri Rimouski
mouski Rimouski in time" for tbe 0J3O a. m. on
Sunday unless he'd gone there on the
7 o'clock express on Saturday evening.
Yes. Atterson's the thief, all right.
And If that really was he they saw
Stoneham ways he's had time to get
thirty miles of bush between us and
him. and he can go right on till he'a
on the Labrador. I doubt you'll see
your $100,000 again. Mr. Harris.''
"H'm." coughed Mr. Harris. "My
directors won't want to pay you $2 a
day for nothing."
"Two dollars a day?" said Joe in his
gentle voice. "I shouldn't: 'a thought
the two hundred times a h jndred thou thousand
sand thousand dollars could stand a strain like
I laughed. "Look here, November.
I think' I'd like to make this bargain
for you. I'll sell your serrices to Mr.
Harris here for $5 a day if you fall
and 10 per cent of the sum you recov recover
er recover if you succeed. Well. Harris, is It
on or off?" I asked. ;
Oh. on, I suppose, confound you!"
Twenty hours later1 Joe. a police
trooper named Hobson and I were
deep in the woods. We had hardly
paused to interview the farmer at
Roberville and then had passed on
down the uld deserted roads until at
last we entered the forest, or, as it is
locally called, the -"bush." f
"Where are you heading for?" Hob Hob-son
son Hob-son had asked Joe.
"Red river, because if it really was
Atterson the farmer saw I guess he'll
have gone up there. Nona of them
trappers there now in July month, so
he can steal a canoe easy. Besides, a
man who fears pursuit always likes to
get into a country he knows, and you
heard Mr. Harris say how Atterson
had fished Red river two vacations.
Besides" here Joe stopped and polnt polnt-yi
yi polnt-yi trs tb trrriund "tlit'a At'?iT1B
tracks," he said. "Leastways, if s a
black fox to a lynx pelt; they are his."
! But you've never seen him. What
reason have you? demanded Hobson.
"When first we happened on them
about four hours back, while you was
lightin' your pipe, replied Joe, "they
come out of tbe bush, and when we4
reached near Carder's place they went
back into the bush again. "Then a
mile beyond Cartier's out of the bush
they come on to the road again. What
can that' eircumventin' mean? Fellsr
who made the tracts don't want to be
seen. No. 8 boots, city made, nails in
'em, rubber heels. Come on.'
I will not attempt to describe our
Journey hour by hour nor tell how
November held to the trail, following
it over areas of hard ground and roclu
noticing a scratch here and a broken
twig there. .The next morning Novem
ber wakened us at daylight, and once
more we hastened forward. I
For; some time we followed A tter-
son's ? footsteps and then found that
they left the road.
We moved on quietly and saw that
not fifty yards ahead of us a man was
walking excitedly np and down. Hi3
head was sunk upon his chest In an at
titude of the utmost despair. He
waved his hands, and on the still air
there came to us the sound of his mo-
We crept upon him. As we did so
Hobson leaped forward and, snapping
his .handcuffs on the man's wrists.
"Cecil Atterson, I've got your
"By the way, I'd like to hear exactly
what I'm charged with," said Atterson.
"Theft of $100,000 from the Grand
banks. Mayas well hand them over
'nd put me to no more trouble.
Hobson plunged his hand into Attcr
con's pockets and searched him thor
oughly, but found nothing.
"They are not on him!" he cried,
"Try his paefc."
From the pack November produced a
square bottle of whisky, some bread.
salt; a slab of mutton that was all.
"Where have you bidden the stuff?"
Suddenly Atterson laughed.
"So you think I robbed the bank?"
he said. "I've my own down on them.
and I'm glad they've been hit by some
one, though I m not the man. Anyway,
I'll have you and. them for wrongful
arrest, witn violence.
.Hr wMrh lnv nnon nn thp frrnnnd.
examining it and Its contents with con-
centrated attention. Atterson had sunk
down under a tree like a man wearied
All prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug-
gists and with
OCALA FRATERI3AL ORDERS
BIARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
'Marion-Dunn Lodge TTo. 19, F. &
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7; 30 o'clock, until further notice.
; Baxter Carn, W. .CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. :Ad
OBDEIt OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter,. No. 29, O. E.
meets at Xonge's hall the second an
fourth Thursday evenings of. each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula LiDdge No. 22. I. O. O.. F .,
meets? In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visitin
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. Al.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad;
KNIGHTS OF PYTIUAS
Ocala Lodee No. 19. Conventions
held every -Monday at 7:30 n. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-
King brothers. Wm. Goher, G. O.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 4M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. ra. C E. Connor, H. P.
Jake BroA-n, Secretary.
OCALA LOCGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2 S 6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffiee, east side.-
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley,, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. L. O. M.,
meets everj' Thursday at 8 : 30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge, and club hous. on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffiee.
j. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, CI. C.
Chas. k.. Sage, Clerk. Ac
ARRIVAL AND DEPAE 'L'ZUZ
Atlantic Coat Line
No. 9, Jacksonville? to -LccVjurs-
9:05 p. m. ;
No. 10. Leesburg to Jacksonville
o:uo a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg 2:05 a. m. c.
No. 2$, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville 2:05 a. m.
. No. 39,. Jacksoaville to St. Peters-
burg 2:40 p. r.i.
NTo. .40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Oca'la to Palatka 0:10 o
m. '. -. .
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala S:30
-o. -4 b, Oca la
Leaves, 2:02 p. m
CCo. 49. Homoj:acsa to. Ocala
rives 1:05 p. zn.
No. 35 (Sunnyjlm) Ocala to Lake
land 6:40 a. an., Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala 3:50 p. m.f Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox G:10 a.
m., monaay, !wecme:May ana u?Tiaay.
No. 150,. Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.
m., Monday, Wcdnesdr-y and 'Friday.
Seabo.ird Air Lino
No.' ..'1, JacksonvIIIo to Tampa
1:45 a. m. v
No. 3, Jacksonville- to Tampa !Ar-
rive, 1:10 p. ra.; leave, 1:25.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa-
2:33 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar
rive 1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30 p. m.
iNo. 10, Tampa to Jacksanville-
4:20 p. m.
. Ocala Northern
No. 71- 'Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m., dally except Thursday.
0 72 Thursday, leaves Ocala
fof Palatka ,at 5 ,p. m.
OPEN DA A.TJ -00X11
5 Merchant' Cafe, C. L. depot
corner Meals a la carte and luncht.
st any flOJ" fVUV'
The readers of this paper will be
nlpnsed to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in al its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
i Vio finlr nrtcihvA mrt now known to
the medical fraternity Catarrh bo-
i n rn-nRtitntional disease, reauires
ing a constitutional aiseata, requtica
a contsitutional treatment. liali 3
. . . ii -l i .i .1 1
actinj? mrectiy upon Lns uioou anu
mucous surfaces oi the system, tnere-
disease, and pivin- the patient
streength by building up the eonstitu-
lon and assisting nature in doing her
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Drugists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, Adv.
Long Hour. ?
"How's the new man? Industrious?"
"Why, yes. He's a sixteen hour a
x day man."
"It can't be possible !.
"Oh. yes, it is. He work3 eight hours
a jay, and I' put In eight hours mere
trying to keep htm on the Job." Clerch
land Plain Dealer.
"I am afraid Bliggins hasn't a power powerful
ful powerful sense of humor.'
"Oh, yes. he has. The only trouble is
r: i".r m
uimss "u v
someooay s leeungsi. uuuu
The Cult of Fashion.
Young lady- at the theater to her
friena, vwnat uo you iuma ui. uj
play, my dear?
"Why, it's absurd. Three months are
supposed to pass between the first and
second acts, and the heroine's still got
the same bat on!"
Vhy He Likes5 Wagner.
"Do you like Wagnerr
"Better than I used to." replied Mr.
Cumrox. There's a lot of his music
that no one would attempt to dance
to. Washington Star.
3Ianj" people do not know how much
they must know to know bow littls
r they know
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given tto al?. credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other persons haying claims, or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present 1he sarne
duly proven to the undersigned with with-ir
ir with-ir two years from this date, towlt:
This 23-i day of October, A. D, ID 14.
T, P. GadsoB,
As Administrators of the .Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased, 10-2S-wed
Have you tried the dining roam at
the Ocala ;House?' You'll never' know
how goot it is till you do so. 23-tf
5 I f
JL it Kj
TO w V V'
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T-zr -vound 10c,
T'.vo pound Tor 2u3
T Tfl'o T n ft n f "" '"fv&GJH ra tr
ery U.iy, p:r doa. . -20c
Homemade Candy, frc:;h
every -day, per poun.1 1 5s
ALL FRUIT3 CIIKAPEII
CAUT.nCHAEL, ... .RLT1G.
. u i
Lm W W W
Do Yon want them tit a Xlar;: f.n?
I .Lave a- splendid
Grove, of 16 acrc, on
tract, all fenced ibut no ether im improvements.
provements. improvements. Oworo th-n 2,000
boxes of oTaiisea no v. on 'tree 3 j
almost ready to ship. Big, fino 1
trees, mostly buddc-d to rarcn
i B.rowns. I
Price of Property as it r tends
' "T "fill pi
- W'Jps Vjj Vjjyii .'.
Greatest; bargain in the Cour.ty.
' Call on or Adclrc :,3
" C CJ CP. rrr "T".0 "'T" I
Room 5, Mcrehnnt'n 2!!ocI:,
OwlJUL.aElib CHt! E-.iDiil
giri Ppire1 "fl Fmj!
n 'vz' -.? r?
.cr.: liar.o by
fcalmcra find IVIly G::r.r
tit ii .lULli. w'. Ji' ;iL.iUiiai...i
All hinds .of Jewelry, Typ', Typ',-writer
writer Typ',-writer Scvmj machine anu
Graphonc Repairing prompt prompt-executed.
executed. prompt-executed. Prices' rcaconnblc, rcaconnblc,-Satisfaction
Satisfaction rcaconnblc,-Satisfaction juarnntcd.
2Ij S. LiHiioiin Street
'-'-vi f"'; ;: i
issn' it;.Out,":.Wlicrc Doc:
:; Start the Mucus Frcih?,v
; Icnancfahl catarrt vittTvr ;;;fcare ;;;fcare-tnrr4
tnrr4 ;;;fcare-tnrr4 tLcrrt3'--t : s I y pitrlfyic their Wood
with K. K. Catarrh cft-n inT2.ICi5 tha
cr.tlrc fyt-a h-1- re It ths '.casal
pr.2f acs. It l(-c-f". si cbrcnlc and : ex extensive
tensive extensive tiat the ft-,nja, ;.Jirer, :kl4ixy. :kl4ixy.-brcncMal
brcncMal :kl4ixy.-brcncMal tubes and ht.l ti tte glands
are involved without fiioh f Jous cciidl cciidl-tlocs
tlocs cciidl-tlocs U'.zz rcn :!r d. Oct.-r i : ciay. be
tl.e result cf f-,;"-3 f r t j t;s -'t7. r-'l itmnble
of former year', a'l L';. ';r:.T ess ct
ti:e cany -rtc-:iiar r
si crction to. fc. ti..;, l;r rteil
i::to a inbstauce ei:ly, liuic:'.!;.: r.at r.at-u
u r.at-u rally expelled trv.a tbe h; It ..-so
charges tUU ranc.'.s i'.:.tfit ; U ;sxot tb
ropy, tlosrr: stn. t!;at!.'..plcj? Ufce: to'
chcies th-'J throat, ca ;:: s -' Rrere .; bow f I
trou'.')!?, i:pfrs the 'rtiich and 'contau 'contau-laatrs
laatrs 'contau-laatrs the f'.'-d jKi r!n,- the fctcod.
.It 1 oftra li.T.?:::t to eoiiVin -catarrli
gulTerers that c'i.r sl-'r crVi: client ".pa !fis,
ga-lrjr, f't'l bruih r;id: other JJ: JJ:-toms
toms JJ:-toms are only tl real ;v!fa' ?. rf dcr
today ar;d ay Jr. "i
suit., !":: i. i "i :
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prr;:r-''?H and d. infers cf catarrh. Avoid
rubst:tns. s. f;. U prepared only 'by,
11:? ;-?wlft FpAi-i;ic Co.; 'CI-Swift ;,'Blc!?.f
i t'ant a, Ga. -. Tbey road'Tsifv a taedieal d-'
parrment fur tr.-s ai-.lv?vtiit; lJ';.r4-rtSi
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at any hoiw. Adv.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914
I OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Moose meet tomorrow evening.
Marion County Democratic Club
Mr. II. M. Hampton, is in Atlanta on
legal business, leaving yesterday.
Mr. L. R. Chazal has returned home
from a visit to New York.
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at re"ced prices at
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the new dining
room of. the Ocala House. 23-tt
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lewis and Mis3
Clara Lewis of Tallahassee were at
the Harrington yesterday.
Mr. R. L. Ivey, special representa representative
tive representative of the Consolidated Naval Stores
Company, is a guest of the Ocala
After the 10th trainmen and at attaches
taches attaches of the Florida. East Coast
Railway will wear khaki uniforms in instead
stead instead of the blue ones worn now.
They say the food and service at
the Ocala '(House dining room is fine.
The proof of the pudding is in chew chewing
ing chewing the bag. 23-tf
The city council did not have a
quorum last night. It will hold an
adjourned meeting at 4 o'clock tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. C P. Howell this morning re received
ceived received a telegram announcing the
sudden death of Mr. D. W. Bouthner,
his confidential clerk, at Clarksburg,
S. C. '
The Ocala high school football
team, if nothing prevents, will go to
Gainesville Saturday, to take another
fall out of their opponents of the
The Marion County Democratic
Club will have a meeting in the K.
of P. hall at 7:30 this evening. As
this will be the last meeting before
election, it is important that all mem members
bers members be present.
' - -
Mr. T. E. Fletcher, United States
bank examiner for southern Georgia
and Florida, made an official visit to
the banks of the city yesterday and
left this afternoon for- the southern
part of the state.
Three covered wagons with several
men and women and about a dozen
little children passed through town
thi3 morning, stopping a while here
for supplies. The wagons had big
signs painted on the tops, "Old South Southern
ern Southern Shows." V,
A party of five grown folks in
big six-cyclinder Maxwell car arriv
ed in town yesterday, spent the night
here and wenjt ia- to' St. Cloud this
morning, where th$y will spend the
-winter. They xveie from San An
tonio. Texas, and Ihave been on the
road for the past five weeks, travel
GlRTr-WANTEDIn 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
Star office. 30-tf
MOT T1IMEE ; TISISES : v
such as are said to surround the famous bub bubbling
bling bubbling spring at Carlsbad.
There are many trees in Wyomina Park.
Live oaks, water oaks, red oaks, yard oaks,
large blackjacks, short and long leaf pines,
hickory trees, dogwood trees!
They spread over the fine, undulating sweep of
the Park, making beautiful, sheltering settings
The charm of any home, and of a Florida home
especially, is in a large measure in its setting.
Wyomina Park has that beauty which is found
only in the ridgelands of the State.
It is convenient to the city and to the country.
"A short way out and right at Lover's Lane."
LOUIS M- CMZAL a SOMS'CO.
MARION CLUB MEETING
The Marion County Democratic
Club will meet at the K. of P. hall
this evening at 7:30.
' This will be the last meeting before
the city election, and all members
should be present.;
At the meeting of Tulula Lodge
Tuesday night, Messrs. J. D. Mc Mc-Caskill
Caskill Mc-Caskill and Barney Spencer were in instructed
structed instructed in the lessons of the third
degree and admitted to full member membership
ship membership in the great order of Odd Fel Fellows.
lows. Fellows. A large attendance wras pres present
ent present and the exercises were carried
but in good order and with excellent
Weirsdale, Dec. 2. The big popu popular
lar popular Ocala fair had visitors from here
every day. The writer will not at attempt
tempt attempt to name them all. All seemed
well pleased. So far as we have
heard there were only three exhibit exhibitors
ors exhibitors from here. Mr. and Mrs. Snook
had fresh and canned and preserved
fruits from their fine grove farm to
the west of town and carried away
eight ribbons as follows Mr. Snook
took first prize premium on guavas
and second on ,cattley guavas and
kumquats. Mrsl Snook took four
firsts and one second on the canned
fruits and preserves. Mrs. J. A.
Logan took the first premium on
home made candies. .'
Mr. John Tumey of Ocala came
Saturday for a few days visit with
his daughter, Mrs. A. M. Reed.
Kathline, Mary and Eleanor, daugh daughters
ters daughters of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Detterich
of Ocala came on the Thursday train
for an over Sunday visit with Miss
Carrie Frank. It is needless to say
that the little girls enjoyed the out outing
ing outing very much.
The following and probably others
were Thursday fair visitors from
nere: Frank Henderly, R. D. Douglas,
E. B. Sherman, Frank Simpson, Grace
Simpson, Errol Reed, A. T. Reed,
William Snook, Samuel Snook, Grace
Snook,; Nathan Snook, Margaret
Snook, A. N. Cameron, Jessie Cam Cameron,
eron, Cameron, J. A. Logan, Mrs. J. A. Logan,
Piarina Cattaruzza, Oscar Proctor, A.
B. Camp, Frank Lytle, Mable Lytic,
Neal McNatt and brother and sister,
and Miss Francis:
Messrs. AJ.' M. Douglas, E. C. Al Albert
bert Albert son and Walter Albert son attend attended
ed attended the Ocala fair Friday. 0
Mr.. F. C. Perrin of Pine Hill, N.
Y., owner of the property on the lake
occupied by' Uncle '-) Robert Alsop,
came Friday for a brief visit here.
Dr. W. J. and Mr. Frank 1 C. Bry Bryant
ant Bryant of Orangeburg, S. C, were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Camp from
Thursday till Sunday.; These-men
have interests here. '
, Mr. A. A. Bartlett who recently
underwent a very serious operation
in a Jacksonville hospital is report reported
ed reported as being in a critical condition.
This erood man has none but friends
(here and all hope for his speedy re
covery. ; ,' '- -v; '
Ir. and Mrs. John Oliver McDon-
aui ox jratxerson, in. j., wno nave
en wintering here for several years
lira ,poiuiF '.feoie.
Postoffice Box 475,
New York, Dec. 2 Cotton inac inactive,
tive, inactive, unchanged to two higher. Later
distant options one to. three lower.
December 7.16; ; aiarch 7.48; May
7.59. Liverpool steady and quiet,
middling 4.40. '
put in an appearance Friday and are
cosily housed in one of the Bickley
cottages on the lake. Welcome.
Sidney Simpson of Ocala and little
daughter are visiting a few days with
lain mother, Mrs. ; E. Simpson ;
' Master Leon Simpson who is pack packing
ing packing fruit at Leesburg Sundayed here,
with home folks.
Four couples from Pedro were driv driving
ing driving on our streets ond boulevards
Sunday afternoon. They were the
Misses Bessie Snow,; Lena- Perry;
Ruby Perry and Cora Driggers and
Messrs. Harley Lewis, '.Alfred Proc Proc-ton,
ton, Proc-ton, Edgar Proctor andOrvil Ogle.
Mr. George Northrup of Long J&l
and, N. Y., who has land interests
southeast of town, came in Monday.
7 Mr. Ernest Wiggins of New York,
who was once a resiednt of this place,
came Monday for an extended stay
Our South Lake Weir postoffice is
now getting two mails each day. This
will be for probably six months and
is to accommodate that growing com community
munity community and their many winter tour tourists.
ists. tourists. ' '.
; Mr. R. C. McNatt lost a good horse
one day last week.
Our popular and well patronized
hotel, the Lakeside, is opening her
doors for the winter trade. A Mr. W.
J. Lewis from the New England
states, will arrive soon and have
charge for the season. The cook and
tme waiter have arrived and have
opened up in anticipation of the ar arrival
rival arrival of the proprietor. True; to the
record they have made, Messrs. D. S.
and Charles Hogan of Marion, Ind.,
arrived Monday afternoon. These
good men have been here many win winters
ters winters and are generally first to come
and the last to go. The hotel has
prospects for a good season.
, Mr. M; C. Wilson ? tran sacted bu si si-ness
ness si-ness in Ocala Tuesday. 1
Mr. Sidney Simpson was jh Ocala
between trains Tuesday, v
Our merchants the Douglas Bros.,
or erecting a large barn on the east
end of their lot, where they will have
room for the storage of feed stuff
Tne hum of the packing house may
be heard: in the land these days. Our
growers, arc lamenting that theTmar7
ket prices remain so: low.
, Jlrs. J.. R. Walling of the mill
quarters is reported on the sick list.
Mrs. S. A. Buckley who has been in indisposed
disposed indisposed for some' time is not' mend mend-ing
ing mend-ing as fast as her friends had hoped!
Rev. J. S. Young of Stanton preach preached
ed preached a good sermon to an appreciative
audience here Sunday morning. There
was no evening service c n account of
the heavy rain.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ;
The tax hooks for the payment of
I- 914 state and county taxes are now
Be sure and hi in g or send a co r r-rect
rect r-rect description of your 'property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By eo do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the (possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.5
' Don't orget that the law allows a
two ( 2 ) per cent, discount f o r all
November payments and one (1)
per 'cent for December payments,
Yours very truly,
W. tL. Colbert, ,,
II- 3-2m Ta'i CJollector Clarion Co.
; A Great Relief.
"Cay, old man, you're looking a hua hua-Jred
Jred hua-Jred per cent better than you did a
fear ago." "I was worrying about
y debts then" 'All paid now; eh?"
"No ; but they have grown so that I
cqow there is no ase trying to pay
Jiem. 1 tell you it's a great load o2
ny mind.- .V,,.;,.'' ;
Planning for: t&3-i;-
Among, those tning3 which all women
should know of, and many of them do,
is a splendid ex
sold in most 'dru?
stores under v the
name of "Mother's
Friend." It is a
and many and many
a mother tells how
it so wonderfully
ZZfj aided them through
the period or expec expectancy.
tancy. expectancy. Its chief purpose Is to render the
tendons, ligaments and muscles so pliant
that nature's expansion may be accom accomplished
plished accomplished without the fntense strain bo
often characteristic of, the period of
At any rate it is reasonable to believe
that since 'Mother's Friend" has been a
companion to motherhood for more than
half a century no more timely advice
could be given the Inexperienced mother
than to suggest its dally use during ex expectancy.
pectancy. expectancy. . T
Ask at any drug- store' for "Mother's
Friend," a penetrating, external liquid
of great help and value. And write to
Bradfield Regulator Co., 302 Lamar BIdg..
Atlanta. Ga., for their book of useful
and timely information to expectant
mothers. It contains many suggestioaa
that are of interest to all women,
ipfTn tSTTT ,;,:Fi11Tp1 T" 3 iJ' (Til 'n17:'; i1
the; same sufferings to the headaches, baclriicicr;
extreme nervousness, lov spiritSj latitude
" at times. But the condition indicated-bv these l
; died if the proper help
cian of lonff and varied
deed, a restorative, invigorating tonic r;;n: z:
upon tho health
ii Mmmm m
"lt Is with pWsnre that I write yea a tcstisaorifl cf
Chat y csx 4I.crit8 rrcscrition has done for mo end fcr
vrritea Mm. OUt'
JIUoomoj : Wilson
,zans. i would not Lave rry
cnly boy if it had Tot been
for Dr. Pierce's Favcri te
.'Prescription and 'Vplessaat'
' Pellcts.. I also teccaanscd'
Favorita Preacristion to
mothers who have
iielp a Avoirriir cause
You can do so, ;by subscribing to
the work of the Boys' Club. Tho
boys' axe anxious to enlarge th e
scoie.of the worii and are rnuch in
need of funds to secure a place of
imetin.- Funds are -beins solicited
to rent a room and also "to 'furnish
same. In this column will appear
fr,om day to day the name3 of those
contributing aiid the -amount contri contributed.
buted. contributed. All imonles shouid.be paid
to the club treasurer, Master Wellio
Meffert. See 'Charles Duval, presi president,
dent, president, or H. B. Bowers, adviser, for
particulars and to give subscriptions.
Men's' Class of Keligious Investi Investigation,
gation, Investigation, $1,50 a month. i
. Sick headache is nearly always
caused by disorders of the stomach.
Corect them "and the periodic attacks
of sick headache will disappear. Mrs.
John Bishop Boseville, .Ohio, writes:
'About a year ago I was troubled
with" indigestion and had sick head headache
ache headache that lasted for two or three
days at a time. I doctored and tried
a number of remedies but nothing
helped me until during one of those
sick spells a 'friend advised me to
take- Chamberlain's Tablets. This
medicine relieved me in a short time."
For sale by all dealers. ; . Adv.
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, Plan Dig Engineering Feat..
. In the Chilean Andes there' is a lab)
10,000 feet up in the mountains, which
is prevented only by a granite wall a
few feet thick from devastating the
valley below. In order to avert tho
disaster engineers are draining the
water by a tunnel and expect to sup supply
ply supply electrical current and light to all
the valley cities through the water
power which will be developed.
SICK TWO YEARS
"Two years ago I was greatly bene benefited
fited benefited through using two or three bot bottles
tles bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets! writes
Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Be "Before
fore "Before taking them I was sick for two
years with indigestion1 Sold by all
dealers. ; Adv.
Los Habits of Industry,
Women ti Fnce and other conn-'
tries of Europe are much more Indus Industrious
trious Industrious than when (they come te this
The Opportunity is Ilere, Backed by
Don't take our word for.it.
Don't dependon a stranger's state statement,
ment, statement, . t
r tRead Ocala endorsement.
Read the statements of Ocala citizens'-
And decide for yourself.
Here is one case of it.
. 'Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street,
Ocala, says:' "&Iy kidneys were
weak and at .times I couldn't control
the passages of the kidney secre secretions.
tions. secretions. I -was greatly bothered dur during
ing during busy bours of the day. ; I got a
box. of Doan's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as directed. They
certainly acted quickly 5n regulating
the action of my kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness -in vv back. I don't
hesitate to recommend them to any anyone
one anyone having kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same
that Rev. Price had. Foster-Milburn
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v. v : y v cnarm." They are now ets'-tt, ;vvV
: s :,-"-':XN5j.-?.'bealthy jwingr' ladies, and. I RiHt; rO'P'" r -'"'?r!''V- :
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No tuffeiriny tcoman should seek tho irczimtnt f "c: kviUcd z
v,ho ho3 not had spccizl training in the care cf C: Lzte f-: '.13
znerejGTa invtze every tnvaiia irznza:
is sought promptly. ;
titan m Physicians, byrgearis and Specialists ci the Jr.vclidx l. 'cl
end- Surgical Institute, Buffalo, Ncia York, f hit . c r -.-r ;;, -. 7
. at ckt. experts. ... V.ZI PIEP.Cn, lL Jsja!?, i;-.?
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