JIN IIOLIPEUED II 10 FALL
Petaograd, Dec. 4.It leaked out in J
mllititrf chcleii t(day that the Rus-.'
sians Kive "!g.i:i;the bombardment of
CiC(r from thj heights of Weilicza,
Tie P.ussiansi are rushing nil availa
ble' trocpa 1b ap;ure the stronghold j
of thii Austrians.:
'Chs Ctcirrsans made a masterly ef-
foit t; stop r.hi Eussian advance to-. j
wa "d Cracow rt btt the Russians, who
broaglifcup huge army befo'e Lodz,"
are' nnr turning the Gern jn flank
nor;h Lot z. -Juless the .Russian
advmcu is heckec!, the, entire Ger Ger-mai.
mai. Ger-mai. biittle line nuit again fall back.
HAVE 'UETivKKtf". POLISH CITIES
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Tl.:e lx.us5ians hae taken ,3trykov
and Lovucz, and-:i3f hold a clar line
to the Vi i3 tula rivi.vwest of Pkck and
are f.dvaniins iilcrgithis rout.'
TWELVi: IILKDIU'JO THOUSAND
Rm'.sia has called
inore reiioives. --
TOOlt HUNGARIAN TOVN
Russian troopa have crossed -the
Carpathian:? and. occupied the town
ot Bailficld, in Hurgary.
RESENT BRITISH GUNBOATS US US-UiG
UiG US-UiG THEIR iJIVER
Berlin, Dec. 4. -It is reported here
that Persia has protested to Gieat
Britain against a violation of Persian
neutrality by the British navy, by
British warships using the Karun
California ROSE BEADfe will make
a splendid Christmas' remembrance;
here you will find them at $1.50 to $5.
The supply is limited and when they
are gone there will' be no more "until
after the holidays. J. C. Smith, the
AN APPEAL TO THE MEN
150 men in business men's class
Sunday, Dec. 6th. Men get busy!
Get the women" out!! Talk .to them!
Persuade them! Get your car and
go pfter them! We must have one
woman fo 1 every man present next
Sunday. COO in Methodist Sunday
school Dec. 6th. 3-3td
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AIR SCOUTS OVER
KAI SEE NO SIGN OF
'.-. Cain 1,: Egypt, Dec. 5. The British
have fli-oded the desert east of Port
laid fiih many miles, preventing a
"j?i;rkiUl attack from that quarter.
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. unturr aeroplanes scouting ver
tie Sirlii peninsula report no siaras
t Turlk It is believed the advance
'tpon th I, Suez canal has been halted.
MONTH':! SHORE LEAVE FC It
TWO h'HOUSAND MARINES
Philadelphia, Dec, 4. The tran3
ports Mea:iphis and Denver dockrc'
this morn fog with marines from Veia
Cruz, and v.he San Marcos docked last
night. Tcday the two thousand msi msi-rinos
rinos msi-rinos wero given a month's shor3
It would : sieem as if the fly-swatting
crusacii had quite encircled the
globe. In recent swatting contest
in Johannesburg the winner of the
highest priiiij, ten pounds, bagged ov over
er over eight million flies. The total num number
ber number killed by the hunters was near nearly
ly nearly sixty-two millions. The following
essay on the fly, which appeared in
an English paper, may stimulate our
"The early fly's the one to swat.
It comes before the weathers hot and
sits around and files its legs and lays
at least 10,000,000 eggs and every
egg will bring a fly to drive us crazy
by g.nd by.
Oh. every fly that skips our swatters-will
have 5,000,000 sons and
daughters, end countless first and
second cousins and aunts and un uncles
cles uncles scores of dozens, and 57,000, 57,000,-000,000,000
000,000,000 57,000,-000,000,000 neices, so knock the blam blamed
ed blamed thing all to pieces.
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We will Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER."
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool. . ..
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE $15 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4,11914
Berlin, Dec. 4. The report seems
confirmed that Japanese troops, are
fighting with the Russians against
the German forces on the eastern
frontier. More are reported coming
via the Trans-Siberian Railway. Ex
pert Japanese gunners are manning
some of the big Russian guns.
COMPLIMENTED BY THE KAISER
The kaiser ,who is visiting the Ger
man troops in the Czestohowa dis
trict, in Poland, complimented them
on their fine achievements.
REINFORCED FR03I THE RHINE
A new battle is developing in Air
sace and the Yosges mountains,
where the French have taken the of offensive.
fensive. offensive. The Germans have -been
strongly reinforced by ttroops from
the Rhine valley.
ADVANCING ON THE AISNE
The terriilc havoc Wrought by the
heavy guns of the German artillery
at Rheims is estimated at $20,000,000.
The Germans are milking steady pro progress,
gress, progress, in their campaign in the Aisne
VIENNA v EEPORT5 A VICTORY
Vienna', Dvc. 4. The Russians in invading
vading invading the .Zemplin district (Hun (Hungary)
gary) (Hungary) through Galicii are now in re retreat,
treat, retreat, according to "an official. .an .announcement.
nouncement. .announcement. made, he.re today. :
FRENCH BEATEN IN FLANDERS
Berlin, Ded. 4. Th French attacks
in West Flanders hayo been repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly Vepulsed. Northwest of Al.tkirch,
(upper Alsac0 the French suffered
RUSSIANS ALSO REPULSED :
An official announcement says tha1;
in the east the Russian attacks east
of the Mdzurian lakes' -have been re-?
pulsed with heavy Jossses.
TOIED TO I"REVEMT TROUBLE
A dispatch irom Milan states: that
Italy has seize! the. torpedo beat de destroyer
stroyer destroyer being tuilt at Genoa for; Por Portugal.
tugal. Portugal. FEARFUL DAYS
SUFFERING OF GERMAN SOL SOLDIERS
DIERS SOLDIERS DRIVES THEM TO
Rotterdam, Dec. 4.- It is reported
here that many German soldiers in
West Flanders, particularly around
Ghent, crazed by the terrible hard hardships,
ships, hardships, are suiciding. Another report
says tnat tne uerraans are now ere
mating their dead instead of burying!
them, as a sanitary measure.
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Armory Improved and Other Good
' Work Done by tiis Superli
Last night was the regular busi business
ness business meeting night for the Ocala
Rifles.1 Resolutions for improving the
club rooms etc.', ere adopted. The
rooms are beinrr put: in excellent
An election to fill the vacancy of
second lieutenant was, held, 'j which
was quite' excitinc:..- Three candidates
v ere. in; the. race.; On the second bai
lot Sgt.. R. ;L. Marsh; wras elected
He is a bright young man, : wel
luiown and well liked both in and.
out of the company. He will make
a fine officer. i.
Excellent Work has been done by
Capt. Wiehe since taking charge -of
the companyThrough his efforts the
entire buildir. g has been ; overhauled,
a pool; table put in, shower ; baths
and a gymnasium, small but efficient
At th 2 meeting last night it 'was de decided
cided decided t-jf put all furniture in. first-class
condition which will make the arm armory,
ory, armory, with the other improvements,
look, like a new, building.
The company has taken in sever several
al several 31 ew .members lately. The boys
should join now; and receive the' bene benefit
fit benefit of the club features.
IflEIlCE ATTACK OF GERMANS
IN FLANDERS FAILED
Paiis, Dec. 4. The Germ an$. shift shifted
ed shifted pressure in West Flanders to the
region between Ypres and Dixmude.
The allies ars subjected to continuous
The allies' trenches north of Ypres
have been strengthened by. i, fresh
French troops and more heavy artil artillery.
lery. artillery. : ;,
Lively cannonading may be "heard
at many points along the Aisne, Oise
It is officially announced this aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, that the attempts of German
infantry to gain ground in Belgium
resulted in failures.
Purity Is paramount Tou get ab absolute
solute absolute -PURITY in drugs compound-
3'our prescriptions her?.
&. Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
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Paris, Dec. 4. A News
received here today from Poland says
that the7 fighting there is the blood
iest in the history of the world. At
tack and counter attack are leaving
the trenches piled high with dead and
wounded. : In the hand io hand fight fighting'
ing' fighting' soldiers are impaled on bayonets,
or their skulls crushed with the hutts
BARELY ESCAPED THE RUSSIAN
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'When upon the very brink of dis disaster
aster disaster the Gerxnans, with almost un unthinkable
thinkable unthinkable losses, escaped the hear
hug around Lodz,' and are now fur furiously
iously furiously fighting I the Russian advance.
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KAISER'S CRUISER COMMAND
EERED A CARGO OF COAL
Christianat -Dec.. 4LNorv.ray, has
lodged a protest against 1 Germany's
seizure of a cargo of English coal
from the Norwegian vessel Helicon
in the Pacific ocean, by a German
BEGGING FOR SALT AND BREAD
Suffering' Belgians Ask t Only for
What is Absolutelj' Needed to
Keep Them from Starvation
Baltimore, Md., sDec. 4. Cardinal
Gibbons has received a cablegram
from Sir Gilbert Parker, the-., dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished English novelist at Maast Maastricht,
richt, Maastricht, Holland, appealing to tLo car cardinal',
dinal', cardinal', to assist the American, com commission
mission commission for Belgian relief in their
. "Here I watch 'penniless, homeless
Belgians fleeing from their naked
land,", the message adds. "Many
towns' and cities are absolutely de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Countless homes- are stones
and -ashes. Hundreds ,:cf thousands
lack food and clothes. They ask for
hread and salt, "no more, .and it is not
forth coming. The commission asks
for half of a soldier's ration for each
"In your land of plenty there are
nt illions who would give if they
knew. Will your' eminence not help
to make them know? in the name of
Christianity and human compassion I
make this appeal.
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Washington, Dec. 4.- C
has been "received that ;
proclamation has been iscucd by the
Servia has .dickered .dickered-with
with .dickered-with Turkey cancelled.
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. Last evening, at 7 o'clock son: 3 gtsj
called at the gate of Mr. John Dins,
at Pedro, 'and just as Mr. Diai Rear Reared
ed Reared the gats someone, fird-'a load cC
buckshot right nto him. Ono bzll.
pasced thru his Vung and into the liver,-
ono went into his abdomen and1.
ono into his thigh, all three in r,
straight, line clown his ndo, TI:a
shoote'r has not' yet been found tha
thft vondj jirrf bftin1 Rcourrd for h:r.i.
Mr. Diss was ,-brought to the liospit liospit-al
al liospit-al last, night at; 2 o'clock by Br.
Slaughter and Mr. Nathan Mayo ai:.I
wJas operated 07a Jat once. His phy physician
sician physician says there is a chance for L::;
recovery, altho' he v;
be in a dyinar condition Ir.ct n
Mr. -Dias-is. 53 .years of .age and i i-one
one i-one of PcJro's boet citizens. L':rt
night Jud.;e Cinitt went to -the I:o..
p ital and took an .ante mortcn d.-osl-
' Mr. Dlz was a Witnces in the tccer
against- O.scar Johns 01 tho v?.:zz
ntiighboilxod. Jchnsi is accused ef cr.;
stealing. Th3 case is tq. qaino Lefor j
the next' tern of tli-s circuit court.
"Judgo Oraitli has .issued a warrant
for; the pajcty. suspected of the jliocS jliocS-ing,
ing, jliocS-ing, but of -course would not tell who
it was. He and Deputy Oteen went
to the neighborhood; of tho" .'shooting
this afterroon. :
At 3 o'clock, Mr. X'ias yas resting
Lovely cliina for Giristmas gifts at
The Murray Company. 3-3t f ;
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914
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OCALA EVENING STAR
. PUBLISHED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY
' BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven good, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at. Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
One year, in advance. .... $5.00
Six months, In ad vange. ... 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 .'. .80
ANOTHER GOOD REASON
Another good reason why the peo people
ple people of this city should at once avail
themselves of Mr. Carmichael's prop proposition
osition proposition to establish the freight boat
line between Ocala and Jacksonville,
is that it will be the most powerful
argument in obtaining help from the
national government for the Okla Okla-waha.
The people who oppose appropria appropriations
tions appropriations for improving this stream argue
with some show of justice that the
river is no use to us. They say we
haul allour freight by rail and don't
need the river. '' 1
It is our fault that they have this
argument. We have not used the
river in proportion to its usefulness
or our needs sinte the railroads were
Let's get busy, put the boats to
running and bringing our freight and
we will be helping ourserves and giv giving
ing giving the government the best reason
tor helping us.
"THE PLAIN TRUTH
THE BOY AND THE GUN
The Ocala Star takes the surprising
position that boys should be taught
to use firearms as soon as possible.
If a boy," says the Star, "is careful
ly instructed what to do with a gun,
he will not let it point at a friend,
let alone point it at him intentional intentionally."
ly." intentionally." The "didn't know it was loaded"
method of taking life has been indulg indulged
ed indulged in by those fully familar with the
handling of firearms. It is the boy
who has been permitted to use a gun
or a pistol, who thinks it is smart to
"show off" among his playmates and
who points the deadly weapon with
fatal effect. The boy who has never
been permitted to handle a gun is
afraid of it and doesn't want one
near him. He never shoots any one.
No person under eighteen years
should be allowed to own or have in
his possession or use a firearm of any
sort. Tragedies like that of last
week in Orlando would then become
"very infrequent, instecd of increas increasingly
ingly increasingly numerous as they are to today.
day. today. Tampa Tribune.
The Star would not have advised
teaching boys to handle guns if it had
not had plenty of experience to back
its advice. The writer was brought
tip in a section where boys were
taught to shoot about the same time
they were taught to read. A boy of
16 who couldn't handle a gun as well
as a man was a rarity. And the first
thing such boys were taught wa's that
they were never to let the muzzle of a
gain point at themselves or anybody
The writer has never known an"
accidentMo happen at the hands of a
boy or man who was early .taught to
handle a gun. He has never, known
such a one to foolishly point a gun
or pistol at somebody else.
Almost every boy has a natural
desire, to handle guns and pistols. If
he can't gratify his desire openly, he
will do it stealthily whenever he has
But if a boy 4s early taught to
handle firearms, they will not be a
novelty to him. He will handle them
not with carelessness but with cer cer-tainty;
tainty; cer-tainty; even tho the carelessness of
skill is much less dangerous with a
gun than the awkwardness of unac-quaintance.
"The mob that lynched a negro and
his wife near Byhalia, Miss., on sus suspicion,
picion, suspicion, of burning a planter's barn,
was actuated, we are ouite sure, sole
ly by a desire to protect the honor of
Southern' women. Northern people
may wonder 'what barn burning has
to do with criminal assaults, but it
,is none the less the usual crime where
a negro is concerned, just as insult
ing a white man or striking a po
liceman or any offense perpetrated by
a negro is the usual crime' for pur purposes
poses purposes of immediate and condign pun
ishment at the hands of the mob.
"In saying this the World is well
aware that it will be reminded by for forty
ty forty or more Southern newspapers that
it is slandering the South and that
it is utterly ignorant of the condi
tions of racial relationship which ne
cessitates the use of the rope or burn
ing at the stake to safeguard woman
hood." New York World.
i The plain truth ; is, as the Courier Courier-Journal
Journal Courier-Journal has often explained for the
benefit of foolish persons who see in
lynching a serious effort to preven
crime, that in, all mob murders the el element
ement element of excitement the pursuit of
entertainment is dominant. Mobs are
not composed of men who are con concerned
cerned concerned about the solution of the prob
lem of lawlessness. They are not com
posed of men who are habitually con
cerned about the protection of wo women.
men. women. Drunken riff-raff, raiding to
indulge in a lynching, represent
nothing more than the desire for
amusement which promotes fox hunt hunting,
ing, hunting, cock fighting and racing sports
differing, of course, one from another
ful if some of the spirit' the World
sneers at would spread, or at least
demonstrate itself more in their sec section.
tion. section. Here, occasionally. 'a Southern
community is driven wild by an out outrage
rage outrage on a white woman by a negro.
For a white man to commit such a
crime is almost unknown.
In the north, the outrage and mur
der of white women by white men al almost
most almost equal the number of rape cases
in the South. And no white man is
ever adequately punished for the
Some, dozen years ago, a pretty
shopgirl was taken out one evening by
a bunch of young men.. Next morn
ing, her dishonored body was found
by the roadside, where the young ruf
fians had thrown it when they were
thru with her. The criminals were
only sent to the penitentiary, and
now they are all out, and all able to
repeat the tragedy.
Any newspaper man can recall
scores of sickening crimes of this
character in the North in the past
twenty years. ..
In spite of our large negro popula population,
tion, population, most of which is docile and law law-abiding,
abiding, law-abiding, a white woman is safer on
the lonely roads of the South t than
she is in the crowded streets of
As for the Courier-Journal's com comment,
ment, comment, it is worse than the World's
statement. To say that- the "mobs"
who have punished criminals for the
worst crime known :to humanity are
made up of drunken riff-raff, -who
take the life of a human being in the
same spirit they go to a horse race
is such a colossal lie that it confutes
itself without any argument.
The Courier-Journal article was
hardly written by Henry Watterson.
He knows better. It reads like a dia dia-tribe
tribe dia-tribe from the .pen of some college
professor, who has obtained 99 per
cent of his information .from books,
and doesn't know enough about "real
human beings to find his way around
the streets of his home town.. (
A man who has not had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune ofclose acquaintance with a
lynching x and its causes has no right
to sit in judgment on men whose
COMMODORE GOODWIN 'WANTS
TO HELP CUT THE CANAL
and akin to man hunting only in thatwomen reiatives or friends have been
they offer excitement.
the victims of the crowning horror
flhnnt Ivnch law for criminal assult is 01 crime
dangerous to the peace of the commu- The South would get along very
nity because his indorsement of mob well with its own troubles if outsid outsid-murders
murders outsid-murders encourages the ruffians who ers would let it alone. Lynchings are
Wth.orfi Son, white
merely a cowardly brute who likes men, we regret to say, are willing to
the excitement of man-baiting where lynch a negro just "because he is a
there is little prospect of interference nigger," but their number in propor propor-at
at propor-at the scene of the jonlmplated and they are frowned
crime or indictment afterward -for
narticination. One determined offi- on severely byy the great majority.
cer who is willing to shoot to kill can The great majority of Southern white
turn back a mob of 100 "determined people help and protect the negroes
citizens." That is because lynching wheiiever there is any occasion to do
is merely a country frolic, enjoyable
only so long as there is no danger so
that anyone save the prisioner will On the other hand, while there are
be hurt. among the negroes brutes whose
The Courier-Journal agrees with criminal instincts only await an op-
the WorkLas to lynching being al- portunity to manifest themselves, the
ways indefensible, but does not be- . i
lieve that there are forty Southern very Sreat majority are law-abiding,
newspapers of any importance in The average negro will protect a
whose opinion lynching is a Southern woman of the white race as quickly
institution worthy of defense. There 9S-u will nf hi nwn smri all
portunities provided by the, presence have known some negroes who would
of a mixed population lynching oc- lay down their lives if necessary to
curs as ; often in the North as in the save some white woman or child from
South, and that it is punished no
more-readily in Pennsylvania than in harm'
MississiDni. But' credit should be eiv-
en to several states which have tak- OCALA NEEDS A CITY MARKET
en preventive measures by enacting
"automatic removal laws;' unaer 0ur cit needs a market. We don't
which an officer without being al- i' .t, ii w4.
inwprl tn nri t.h'n,,-Rnn nf vvheth- ean a place where all the meat and
erhe was at fault. Automatic re- vegetable stalls in the city must con-
moval laws are in force in only, a few gregate, but a place where the coun coun-states.
states. coun-states. Every state should have try people can bring their produce
such a law, and because the South- .. v,
4.4. 4.- and sell it to their customers.
gro population, stand more in need A number of people come in daily
of them and. have exhibited little in- bringing fruit and vegetables in wag wag-terest
terest wag-terest in adopting them they can be ons, and; peddle them from door to
against mob murder. Kentucky is make the rounds, and their custom custom-among
among custom-among the states that have neglect- ers never know when they are corn corned
ed corned to enact the automatic removal ing, so the trading is inconvenient
law. Its enactment is (regularly rec- nduncertain on both side
ommended by the Courier-Journal , , ,
hen Legislatures convene. Possi- Now, if Ocala had a central place
bly persistency may in time be re- for all the country folks to. come to
warded. Courier-Journal. with their produce, the city people
The Star prints the foregoing at would know right where to go to buy
Editor Star: In a recent issue I
note the names of a number of people,
members of the Ocala-Silver Springs
Canar Commission. Many, of them
are my friends and I- jknow all of
them to be .devoted loyally to the in interests
terests interests of Ocala and Marion county.
Is that a close corporation? My
name does not appear among the list.
I have never been invited to join.
Probably all of tlem are more deeply
rooted financially in Marion county,
but none feels" a more abiding inter interest
est interest in the county than I do Does a
man have to pry his way into mem membership
bership membership in that coRlmbsibh with a
jimmy or a crowbar? I can uro the
latter better than the former, but I
shall join that commission if I have
to blast my way into it with dyna dynamite.
mite. dynamite. Am I not the original waterway
man of Marion county ? If I was not
first on that water wagon, at least, no
man has driven it, privately and pub publicly,
licly, publicly, more vigorously than L Lake
Weir was on the map! long before I
discovered it, but I have tried to hold
that map before the people of Ocala.
Their vision has been pretty well ob obscured.
scured. obscured. If I made the map a little
vivid at times, if I thouted rather
loudly, it was because Pfelt that eyes
and : ear3 could only be opened by
such means. They are now opened.
The Lake Weir Yacht. Club and its
club house have had much to do with
Silver Springs is also an asset of
Ocala, utilized to a Jamentably limit limited
ed limited degree. It is well ito' wcvk for
winter tourists and permane
dents. It is well to labor for
ed train service and I a uni'
It is well to annex Silver
That makes Ocala a sea;
structively. But until -Ocala is made
a-seaport actually, we shall fail
largely of our aim. : The right way
to do it is not to take the land of
Ocala to Silver Springs, but to bring
the water of Silver Springs to Ocals,
And then to unite Lake Weir, with the
Oklawaha river by a canal and the
job is 'done. Lake Weir and Silver
Springs belong to .Ocala, its most
valuable assets. They should be
joined in the bonds of water as. well
as rail. When some day these dreams
are realized, Ocala people .will rub
their eyes in wonderment at the re
People go to Florida for water
not for sand. Let U3 all get on this
water wagon.. If I cannot now read
my title clear to membership in the
Ocala-Silver Springs : Canal Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, what other confession of faith
shall make? W. R. Goodwin.
Chicago, 111., DecJ : 1.
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. HAVE YOU EVE?. USED A "Ciioprr.::" i:; YOUR KIT
nririV rr vnT rf'' T T Tf T -s." ":fk nT O'.'T"
KNOW NOT WHAT A KITCHEN HELP IT WILL.B
YOU JUST OUGHT TO SEE HOY' MUCH
labou one or ou::.j y;ill gave
you vill fi:;d in our stci:i: v
it at a fair and &ouak:; i'uic
HARD Vr Alt
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Burton and son
of Cordele, Ga., arrived in the city
this morning from. South Florida
points. They have for the past two
weeks beentouring, the state in their
auto and are so well: pleased with the
country that they will make their
home here. Mr. Burton is publisher
of the Cordele Sentinel and is also
interested in two motion picture the
aters in his home town.
noo:: a:;d hath i on a
' Restaurant Yitlr Moderate,priccs v !'
, : Room Without; BatHi GO ;
:.Ruiining::WatCT the Hoiil;
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE VliOIiLU u;
Li i t KUt;.
. The only Hotel on tho Square
ROQ3I AND HATH POIi A DOLLAR A,'D A HALF'
The Trihune savs "a bov who has ? UUB "1C iOICul8 rtW
never heen permitted to handle a mm i ?ne "quest of a friend who is entire- their green stuff.; Such markets are
t nfrflirl nf it and doesnt want one Y versed m the letter and devoted to successfully conducted in other cities,
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The writer was a hoy himself once,
and has been personally acquainted
with hundreds of boys. He never
laiew a boy who wouldn't handle a
ljun if he had the chance.
Its the Star's opinion, based on its
observation, that the fool who doesn't
know it is loaded is 99 times out of a
hundred a boy or young man whose
,: parents have kept firearms out of his
hands as much as they possibly could.
The Tribune says "no person under
eighteen should be allowed to own or
have in his possession or use a fire firearm
arm firearm of any sort."
According to the dispatch that told
of the tragedy at Orlando, the young
man who did the shooting was nine-
teen years old.
The Star thinks that every Amer American
ican American citizen should keep a gun or pis pistol
tol pistol in his home and teach his boys
and girls how to handle the weapons
as soon as they are old enough to do
so. A boy of ten can be taught to
load and fire a gun as well as a boy
of eighteen and he will gain eight
years in carefulness.
the spirit of the law, but whose calm I and ours should have one as soon as
judicial temperament, we fear, some- possible.
wnat sets mm aside irom a full un- An elaborate structure isn't requir requir-derstanding
derstanding requir-derstanding of human nature. led. An open lot with a shed, a hy-
The World's sneer at the South Idrant and watering trough would do
proceeded from the. mind and pen of to begin with. And if a rest room for
a narrow-minded fool. No man who the women and children was located
knows anything about the Southern in the vicinity, our city would have a
people Deneves that they countenance great and appreciated lmprove-
the lynching of negroes or allow itiment.
except, for the one crime that sets on
fire the blood of any but a white- AN APPRECIATED ADDRESS
liverea coward. Mr. C. A. Maull of the advertising
In the outbreak in Atlanta some i department of the Atlantic Coast
years ago, when several innocent ne negroes
groes negroes lost their lives, the outrages
were committed by a hoodlum ele element
ment element imported from the north. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of frightened negroes fled for
refuge to "their white folks," and
were protected by them, and it was
that class of people who restored
order in the city.
The World claims to be a great na national
tional national newspaper, but in the forego foregoing
ing foregoing it shows a vast ignorance not
only of the South but of the common
spirit of the American people.
Line was in the city last night and
made an appreciated address to a
number of the members of the Board
of Trade and other citizens.
Mr. Maull's address was on the pos
sibilities of Florida soil and the im
portance of improving it. He is con confident
fident confident this part of the country is one
of the garden spots of the earth and
needs only scientific cultivation to
feed a great population of its own
and many in other sections.
His address was listened to with
great attention, and will bear much
Our school is progressing rapidly
under the excellent management of
Miss Abbie Stokes; Miss Stokesf is
laboring earnestly j with the school.
She has thirty-five" pupils j and i they
nil ftt.fpnil vatv retrularlv and lhave
the kindest of thoughts for their f
teacher. On Wednesday afternoon
before Thanksgiving the school had n f
verv interesting entertainment. At I
i:au tne. patrons ana inena3 gatner-iM
ed. The school marched to their
nroner stand. All were present and
all acted well their parts in the fol
lowing program: v
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Song, Thanksgiving Day, by the H
i i t in
Recitation. Thanksgiving Fun, by
Recitation, What I'd Do, by two
An acrostic Thanksgiving dinner.
Recitation, In Confidence, by Cecil
Recitation, Mama's, 'by Ollie Smith.
Recitation, Leavinrr the Homestead,
by Bessie May Yycbe.
Dialogue, The Doctors Busy Day.
Recitation, An Appetite, by Albert
- Recitation, Just Before Thanksgiv
ing, Eula Zetrouer.
Song. Jolly Boys, by school.
Recitation, My Blessings, by Mam
Recitation, How Our Pies Begun,
by Clarence Pardee.
Recitation, Why We are Thankful,
by six boys.
Recitation, Baby's Part, by Queen
Recitation, The Frost is on the
Pumpkin, by Lynn easter.
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-"ACCURACY" .IS THE FTRST QUALITY TIID"-WATCIIIZS J
clocivS wrD iiAndlk aiusT TOZZ1ZZ3. "pu::cxual:ty"
THE ONE BEST UHZZOX TO TDACH YOUR CIIILDIIC:;. CUT:
ACCUIlAT'e TIMEPXDOD3 WILL GET TIIIiM TO CCIICC
TIME. GIVE YOUH (LITTLE BOY OR GIRL A 'NDV "VAJ.r.
ISO PRECHNT CAN. PUEASD TJIDM CO iMUCH. DON'T YOU
araaiBER HOW PROUD "YOU" WEUD OP "YOUR" CTIT
WATCH? WE'hAVS OI ANY CIODHLS WHICH, THOUGH ZZLD
FOR LITTLE MONEY, WILL KIP.THE RIGHT TIME.
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Thanksgiving Dinner, by Albert l--t-Z Z'.'. '
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Northern women might be thank-1 good fruit in the future.
Song, Thanksgiving Visit, by the
v FARM FOR SALE
A farm of 55 acres, half mile from
station at Montasrue: 20 acres under h
fence, balance cut-over land: all good!
pine land; a residence of four rooms
and kitchen: new barn and other out-
houses; peaches, plums, grapes ana j t
. A A1A nrall. Anftla I
hoes, croats and chickens, and all :
farming imolements and tools. Will
sell cheaD for cash. Address. Owner, I K
John Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 4-4t J ..Mfr.:.
First consideration and especial atte itioa given to small tracts.
OCALA EVENING STAIt, FRIDAY, DZXTIinrrV 4, 1914
Belleview, Dec. 3. December 17th
comes on Thursday night, which is
the lucky nigM for Belleview Work Workers'
ers' Workers' enterprises and on this particular
riht the workers are going to out do
themselves, in the way of giving
their annual sapper where everyone
that goes gets twice as much as they
fay for, and then some thrown in. If
the high cost of living is touching
you in a tender spot save your appe appetite
tite appetite until the above date and go
Vound and turn it loose at the festive
Miss Minnie; Tremere spent the
Utter part of last week visiting with
friends in Fruitland Park.
Mr. "and Mis. E. N. Brown spent
fart of last Sunday and Monday in
tr.vn visiting with, Mr. Brown's un:le,
Mr. J no. W. Brown. Upon leaving for
Tampa Mr. Brown stated that in all
hi:; travels he had seen no place that
compared 'w th Belleview and that he
y jus coming bzck here to live.
Mr. and Mr$. I. I. Strong spent
Ilianksgivin r with Mrs. Strong's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. ard Mrs. Isaac Nichols.
Jiasur wiuiam' rieidmg came
down from Gainesville to spend the
I hanki; vin ? holid&ys witli his par
Mr. Trcmsns spent last Friday in
Mr. and Mr3. O. S. Shade came
4avn from Jacksonville te.st Satur Saturday
day Saturday on n visit of inspectiaa to their
:!arm each o:! town.
Miss Mildred Meirill spent several
days of last week in Oc&la ast he
jru 2st of Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Harley,'
ana enjoyed :h;rseir immensely vu sit sit-in?
in? sit-in? the fair groinds and the sar sar-ic
ic sar-ic undin?? cotntry.
Mr. Ncedhani Nix, while out squir squirrel
rel squirrel hunting, almost backed upon a
rattlesnake. After moving1 his pesi pesi-ticn
ticn pesi-ticn in scmejvhat cf a little, bit' ol'" a
r-iick hurry, ho fetched the squirrel
dtrs n and thm proceeded to kill tjie
srike, which was about live feet in
leag'th and had seven rattles.
Mr. M. M. Foxworth, thv turpen turpentine
tine turpentine man, was in town shaking hands
with his friends last Wednesday.
Eellevievr contributed its quota, of
visitors to the fair hi.it week. Eveiy
on that attended spoke in high
pra s e of the event and Mr. Frank
Haviland with his big. Pullman tour tour-ing
ing tour-ing car made it very convenient .for
a Urge number af our people to go
to aid fro regardless of the railroad
Mr. and Mrs. W. White, with
Misses Margaret and May, came in
last Friday from Pittsburg, Pa., stop stopping
ping stopping over at W.ashinton, and are
now nicely settled in the big White
cottag-o on Front r.treet.
Mr. Turner the well driver, wind windmill
mill windmill contractor, gas: engine and auto automobile
mobile automobile salesman from Micanopy, was
in town "fast Tuesday trying to trade
Mr. Trcvnere out of his hard-tired.
high-whel endless chain, four-wheel
Mr. John W. Krum, who has been
stopping at the Hotel Marion the
past week, left for Ocala and other
points north last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O- Lansford and
children, with the latter's sister, Mrs.
Sidney Maddux, left last Thursday j
for her home at Silver Springs.
Mrs. Abbi C. Morrow Brown, the
authoress and well known contributor
to religious periodicals, arrived last
Thursday and will spend the winter
with her friend, Mrs. M. A. Dudley.
Mrs. Brown announces that on Jan.
15, 1915, she will open a school for
prayer at "Happy Harbor." Further
announcement as to the scope of this
institution will be made later. This
Is a muchly needed institution in
Mrs. Mary Cauthern spent several j disease, and giving the patient
aays in ucaia last weeK visiung vain
about and once more enjoy her ac accustomed
customed accustomed good health,
Mrs. J. W. Fant made a business
trip to Summerfield last Wednesday
The Masons held their regular
monthly meeting last Saturday night.
Among the out of town members
present were Mr. Alfred Proctor of
Pedro, Mr. Henry Shaw of Levon,
Messrs. J. O. Hightower and C. W.
Quick of Candler, and several others.
The next meeting, which will be held
Dec. 26th, will also be election night,
when officers for the ensuing year
will be chosen.
Miss Katie Proctor of Pedro visit visited
ed visited with friends in Belleview last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Manville A. Dudley and Mrs.
Abbie C. Morrow Brown left last
Monday for Jacksonville to attend a
church convention. ,..A
Mr. Oliver Snell cf Oklawaha spent
last Friday in town in quest of a lost
cow, which we understand he found
without much trouble.
Mis Ruth Whittier'left last Satur Saturday
day Saturday for Jacksonville and New York,
where she will resume her vocation
of trained nurse.
Mr. W. E. Merrill, who runs the
best i:e cream and pastry shop in
town, feels the need of the "Weekly
Star" to inspire him to greater ef efforts
forts efforts in behalf of his patrons, and
says to let the Star roll along for
another year" to serve as a guiding
Star in his efforts to please the peo people.
ple. people. dr. Merrill is some josh er and
deserves all the trade that our people
can give him, as well as that of the
numersus persons who come all the
way from Ocala, Summerfield, Lake
Weir and other points to get his fa famous
mous famous home made bread. If you don't
believe: it, the next time you are
passing in your, machine, stop at the
Oasis ind try a loaf or two. Tell him
ycu si.w it in the Star,
Mr. W. J. Frink, who for. many
years was superintendent of the big
sawmil over at Levon and who is
now in the produce and commission
business in Jacksonville, stopped in
last Monday morning to exchange a
few pleasant words with the Star's
corre r ondent.' The views of your cor correspondent
respondent correspondent on these commission men
is weir known, but Mr. Frink is an
exception and during the course of
his remarks he could not help but ex express
press express his appreciation of v the manyj
friendships that he had made in this
section while he was a resident of
Levon, and he hoped that his many
friends would not forget him. He also
stated that he was in the market for
a car of sweet potatoes, so if any of
our readers have a surplus of sweet
potatoes they can dispose of same by
noting the above, and he further stat stated
ed stated that i t was so lonesome up there
without anything to remind him of
his past associations that he vmust
have the Star" each and every week
to keep in touch with his old stamp stamping
ing stamping grounds, and the roll that he
produced to encourage the sending of
the Star, to him was in keeping with
the wad generally flashed by men in
his line of business and here is hop hoping
ing hoping that his roll will never grow less.
. $100REWARD, $1C0
The readers of this paper will be
pleased 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
is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh be be-ing'a
ing'a be-ing'a constitutional disease, requires
a contsitutional treatment. Hall's
Cartarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, there thereby
by thereby destroying the foundation of the
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friends and taking in the fair.
Mr. Earl A." Davenport acted as
one of the marshals at the county
fair and was .kept busy from begin beginning
ning beginning to end, and earned every penny
f. Mr. Ralph Robinson of Ocala grac graced
ed graced Belleview with his royal presence
last Sunday afternoon.
Mr. Geo. W. Crum of Frederick,
Md., wrho spends his winters in one
of 'the-Connor cottages at North
Lake Weir, was in town last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon, having repairs made
to his Buick car.
Mr. James N. Shedd the contractor,
has just completed a cozy little cot cottage
tage cottage for Mr.and, Mrs. J. S. JJarrett
on their place two miles southwest of
town. Mr. Barrett is at present em employed
ployed employed with a large milling concern
near Leesburg, and will from time to
time make improvements 6n his
The many friends of Mrs. Mary
Kilpatrick, who has been so seriously
ill for a number of. weeks, are rejoic rejoiced
ed rejoiced to know that there is a gre2.t im improvement
provement improvement in Tier condition and that
she is able at times to sit up and
feel that with the help of an all wise
' providence she may again, be up and
lie -Hew Oaljy Jy v
JWery tiny mfart makes life's per perspective
spective perspective wider and brighter. And what whatever
ever whatever there is to vn-
streeneth bv building up the constitu
tion and assisting nature in doing her
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
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oner one xxunureu uuuaia iui
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.
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; To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar
tlstlc and moral are all right when we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do is to get
enough to eat and sc ne place in
which to live. And this living must
of neces ty be the basis for any high higher
er higher sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes a 1 foundation for
this support should be first In the
thought of our system of education.
On t should be built the secondary
studies, .b it were, of ar education.
OKLAVf AHA RIVER 'ITEMS
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iromen that most
hance its arrival a.nd
ease and comfort
should be given at
tention." Among tha
real helpful thinB
13 an external ab abdominal
dominal abdominal applicatioti
known as "Mother's
Friend." It Is so
well thought of br
cln;gr stores through- 1
I give Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to my children when they have
colds or coughs," writes Mrs.- Xernc
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
t all dealers. Adv.
In sunny and balmy Florida there
rages the wierd and romantic Okla Oklawaha."
waha." Oklawaha." Silver Springs-Ocala, Nov. 30.
The new boat the G A. Carmichael,
the first of the Ocala freighters, has
arrived from Jacksonville, Captain
Bush commanding. The G. A. Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael with Cap t. Bush in command
and the expert river navigator, Carl
Mason acting" as pilot and a full deck
crew cleared the Blue Roads on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, November 22, for Jacksonville.
Mr. C. Carmichael, owner of the ves vessel,
sel, vessel, was on board when she steamed
from this port and after arriving in
Jacksonville he placed her in the cus customs
toms customs house. The G. A. Carmichael is
a very fast boat, almost as fast as a
passenger, vessel. She made, going
down stream, the complete Oklawaha
and the Welaka-Palatka portion of
the St. Johns, in thirteen hours. And
on the return trip, with three tons of
freight in her hold, she steamed' the
Jacksonville-Palatka end of the broad
St. Johns in just seven hours, and
breasted the strong current of the
raging Oklawaha river," Welaka to
Silver Springs, in fifteen 4iours.
Young Mason stood out the entire
watches in that time twenty-two
hours, with no sleep. The G. A. Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael will carry a crew of six, in including
cluding including ,the captin; Mr. Bush, the
constructor and captain, should be
proud of the vessel. Ocala should be
proud of her, for water, and vessels
unravel the oppressive freight rates.
A new freight service has entered
on the Little Oklawaha river. Mr.
Lawrence Marsh, of Marion county,
Juniper creek, towed up with the tug
Fox a flat-bottomed boat and hauled
her out on the ways here to receive
engine, etc. Mr. Marsh will enter the
vessel, the Frances Annie, on the Lit Little,
tle, Little, Oklawaha river, from which pur purple
ple purple and shallow waters h will haul
down oranges grown in the Electra,
Moss Bluff and Tiger Don country.
He will ship the oranges via the land landlocked
locked landlocked port of Oca'ta.
The Mills; Steamboat
TI Mills Steamboat Lir.e, navigat navigating
ing navigating Sharpshooter, is vury busy in
ora: i and naval ; stores, of ten run running
ning running il night by her groat search searchlight
light searchlight This vessel clears for Palatka
Tues. v. with oranires and! other
freight. In 1914 this steamer alone f
hauled on the Oklawaha over 200.000 j
tons of freight. Of this nearly seven!
tons were oranges, un .account oi
the low water over 70.000 tons of 1 1
naval stores could 'not be moved.
The Oklawaha River Tour
, The Oklawaha river tur tourist I
steamers and daylight yschts enter 1 1
on their schedule about me 10th of
January, or just before. I understand
that the Hart Line will operate four
steamers, two daylight steamers and
the two steamers we all knowA the
Okeehumkee and Hiawatha. The Sil
ver Springs Company will .operate its U
two daylight yachts this year the
new Silver Springs and th-3 City of
The Randall Grove and the Wenona
The Randall orange "grove and rose
garden at Connor arid the Wenona
silver wilderness androse gardens at
Arden these two faomus places andil
At St 1 1 I
tne armicnaei rancn, tne Avenue oil r r-Kisses,
Kisses, r-Kisses, the orange grove at Good
Hope, the last battlefield of Osceola
and Sunday Bluff all these points
can be quickly reached every day by
steamer while the tourist season
lasts. An OcalanVand 'visitor "may
take a daylight yacht here at 8 a. m.
If you are suffering from catarrh' itb vrrcn fc: to
neglect it a single moment. .From a troublccomo ccrap::Jnt
it soon develops into a serious illness. The .whole body rccn
feels its weakening influence. You can rid ycurcolf cf thb
curse if you seek the right remedial -help. It has been
proved in thousand of cases by actual trial that
1 1 j
Is a blttssins to all who use it to relieve thbdistrcr,:.:nctmp!c::nt c-tenh.'
It hs a curative and healing effect upon all mucous membranes end to
remov'23 the ecus 2 of the trouble. In lJnrr.1 Catarrh it f s b"rt to r Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy to cleanss "Xho passages, vhilo relying nzi Dr.
Pierce s Golden Hedical Discovery to perrnsncntlyrcstcrohcclthyccnllcr.
A" little book ha3 been iscucd containing cstracta f rem the wrilln;;i
of eminent medical authorities, and it will bo worth your while to get end
read a copy. It will show ycu just why Dr. Pierce's Golden Uedlcal Dis Discovery
covery Discovery will eradicate catarrhal ccr.diticm cf thn ctcniach, bowc!.-,
b. adder and other pelvic organs and ivhy fcr your lasting good you should
rid yourself cf the danger of catarrh, in r.ny form A ccy will bo cent
you -frea on rcqucct. Dr. Pierce, Ir:vdid3MIotcl, LufTIo, IT. Y,
Dr. IlerceGcTJen MchII Dljicorery ha ben ic! J $or over fortyesr 'IZzrv,
elwars rtivinz a&tifactkn. NOW it c-n ba cLtiHed ia tablet or li iIJ fern ifci L1
dealers ta axe&iciae ct ea5 SO oaesU tttsxa to Dr. Pierc for trisi bam f tbm Ullttn
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' SendifT Dr. Purrce' CvthU Senai TJidlcal'Atlgtrwhuh
teila t mimpU lanpuazB all about tks common ill cf A vmaniVj
1GC9 cf instructive readings fret ty receipt
tf SI M-eent stamps f eovtr rat f wrapping 4
VUiUif g. Addnm Dr. Puree, Invalids Hotel, 22uaUtIJ,
i I 'JOi-X Wm-r 'AH''
We have for sale large lot with handsome hone on Fort. Kini Avenue,
which must bh sold within next; sixty. days--party'. has to have the money money-Better
Better money-Better see us quick.
We also have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. 1 For particulars call on or write. '.
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wiiwaiai.iiiiiiiMiiiii m iiitiinii lanaiiiiiiiiK
The weafJier in fine at present.
About thirty-five of the A Burbank
on any day, Sunday included, and in people' attended the Marion-Sumter
a few minutes, or hours, reach the fair. All of them -reported thj.t it was
orange proves, stay all day, and late J tne best ever held m Ocala, U
in the afternoon, say 5 o'clock, catch Miss Blanche Hubbard SDent two
and up-stream yacht and arrive in i days in Ocala the guest of Miss Mild-
biiyer springs; tnen ciamoer aboard red barker and attended the fair.
Dobbs automobile .bus and arrive in I Mr. H. J. Overall returned to Bur-
Ocala before the winter night. This bank Mondav from Texas. ;
is the first tourist: season in which Sir. W C. Bogue is in Palatka look-
tne yacnts are so convenient ior home ing- after business matters, i
folks. A. A. G. I Mr. J. B. Hanev left for Tamna
vniTT? rnr n tq .n AxnT!T?nTTR air. 1. iu. : uranam spent three
BREAK IT UP NOW aayf with the home loiks this week.
Ldttie KpDeri tnamoers rwno was
A. mM ?c Axr-tAxn. A Win-1 -cw uays agu 13 again in guuu
You owe it to yourseff .and : to .W LS?' l,10" tUInei
at once. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
Bt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Prtis.
Rev. Father Benedict, Vlrccicv.
is fine for colds and coughs. It
loosens the mucous, stops the cough
and soothes the lungs. It's guaran guaranteed.
teed. guaranteed. Only 25c. at your "druggist.
Tues, Thurs, Fri, and wky. Adv
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
out the United States carry "Mother's
li2nd, as one of their staple and reli reliable
able reliable remedies!. It is applied to the
abdominal muscles to relieve the strain
on ligaments E.nd tendons.
In a little book are described more
fvlly the many reasons -why "Mother's
Friend" has been a friend Indeed to
women for racre than two sen ertit ions.
Tlii3 book -was prepared not only to aid
tha inexperienced but to enable so many
women to hae at hand the timely hints,
etfcrgrestionn and helps in concise and
nejitly printed form for ready reference.
It should be in all homes. "Mother's
.Friend" rray te had of almost any drug drug-gisv.
gisv. drug-gisv. but if you fail to find it write u:s di direct
rect direct and a!?to -vr'te for book to EradSeld
Eeg-j?ator Co., S53 Lamar Bli- Atlanta,
Notice Is hereby given Jto all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other "persons having claims or de de-mand3
mand3 de-mand3 against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with with-li
li with-li two years from this date, to-iwit:
This 23-d day of October, A. D, 1914.
T. P. Gad son,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscdlla Cody, deceased. -10-2 S-wed
Test for Seeds.
Seeds not sufficiently ripe will flcat
III water, but when arrived at full m m-ttrlty
ttrlty m-ttrlty they will sink to the bottom and
thii.v Is pAiof vtbat they are goo1 o
How Snakes Move Along.
To watch a snake or a serpent glid
ing smoothly and silently along the
ground is to see One of the most mar marvelous
velous marvelous things in natural history. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, the wisest-man who ever lived
confessed that the motion of a snake
was one of the things that he could
not understand. As a matter of fact;
a snake walks on the ends of Its
ribs a very curious use for ribs to be
put to. These riba are very numer
ous, there being one for each part of (never failed to relieve me when my
the backbone. Each rib Is also fixed j kidneys have been disorderd. brimr-
Convince Every :
The frank staitement of a neighbor
telling the merits. of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far away
Commands ho belief at all. -Here's
an Ocala case, an Otial a citi
zen testifies. ;
Read and be convinced.
L. B. IcKenzie, 607 Tuscawilla,
street, Ocala, says: 'I have "used
Doans Kidney Pills off and on for
the past three years and they have
to one of the large belly scales. By
the muscles acting on the ribs, these
scales are moved forward one after
the other, their edges catching the
ground, and the result Is a rapid glid gliding
ing gliding motion. We notice that the body
ing on attacks of backache. I have
frequently told my sfriends about
Doan's Kidney Pills and u always
Price 50c. at all dealers.- Don't
i Fi-e Milea West of Dade City and One Mile East of Can Antonio
f Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1C39
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FALL TERP OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1G, 1914 ,i
SAINT LEO j Pdsco County, FLORIDA
always moves from side to side in a simply ask for a kidney remedy gel
wriggling or writhing manner, never Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
nn and down, as is sometimes shown Mr. McKinzie had. Foster-Milburn
in pictures. It is the very flexible
backbone that allows of "this writhing
movement, and the structure of the
backbone also allows of its. being
OPEN Da X AXD NIG ITT
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
Could Keep Up With Them.
Cue of the re-appointed being ask
ed how he contrived to keep his place
under, successive administrations, re
plied" that administrations must be
smart that could change oftener than
Upon Good Ground.
So much as we are quiet and cheep
ful upon good ground, so much we live
and are. as It were, in heaven. It.
Too fuch for Him..
A colored porter for a local druggist
was told to go to another pharmacy to
get some crmcifjgo rasismoses. He
stood, open-mouthed, and gazed at his
"boss," then afked: "Ain't thar any
other name fcr ciat?"
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OCA LA EVENING STAHWFIUDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1911
OCALA SOCIaIj AFFAIRS 1
(If you Have any Hems for this deiurtmeuv call phone 106)
The ladiosi of the Methodist sewing:
eircle held their annual bazaar on the
front veranda of the Ocala House, th3
excellent location being obtained thru
the generosity of the proprietor, for.
Long. The sale will continue ..thru
tomorrow. On opening the sale at 10
o'clock the ladies had on hand i
large amount and great variety oi:
fancy work articles, all exquisitely
made with the daintiest of handwork
on nearly all of them. Jlany poundn
of delicious home made candies wen?
sold during the day. Assisting with
the bazaar are Mrs. -A. T. Thomas,
president; Mrs, R. McConathy, Mrs.
Harrii?, Mrs. Gross, Mrs. Cook, Mrs.
Ilarley, Mrs. Clyatt and others.
JMany ladie3 availing themselves of.
the opportunity of getting Christmas
presents at a reasonable price, pat patronized
ronized patronized the bazaar and those not at attending
tending attending will do well to be an early
m m m
This morning the household eco economics
nomics economics committee of the Woman's
Club held an enthusiastic meeting at
the home of its chairman, Mrs. W. T.
Gary. The committee, tolraise funds
to equip the kitchen of the neV club
liouse, decided to take orders until
Christmas for fruit cake, timbals,
, -salad dressing, etc., and those desir
ing to place orders can Jeave them
with-the chairman. A number of
- plans for- the year's work were dis
cussed andvill at a later day be ful
' Jy developed. On the committee this
Sear are Mrs. Gary, Mrs. T. C. Car Carter,
ter, Carter, Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Mrs. J. W.
Davis, Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs. J. W.
Kea, Mrs. H. A. Kramer, Mrs. R. L.
Xang, Mrs. T. M. Moore, Mrs. L. W.
Ponder, Mrs. S. R. Pyles, Mrs. E. G.
Rivers, Mrs. J. H. Spencer, Miss Flor Florence
ence Florence Bettman and Mrs. William An-
. The Woman's Club will meet in
: I business session tomorrow afternoon
: at 3 o'clock, following an executive
board meeting at 2:45. .The program
for the afternoon is in charge of the
-animal protection committee and
.Mrs. B. T. Perdue, chairman, has ar arranged
ranged arranged for the following numbers:
The reading of a paper written by
Mrs.; Hanson of Fort Myers, slate
chairman of the bird protection com committee,
mittee, committee, which wasdeHvered r lief or e
the federation convention in Lake Lake-land,
land, Lake-land, a violin solo, and a -talk by Dr.
"Dodge, an officer of the Humane So Society.
ciety. Society. Roll call will be responded. to
Tffith quotations pertaining to" the
"day. The hostesses for the after
noon are Mrs. C. W. Hunter and
-TJklrs. E. A. Osborne. . ;
"Prof. Freeman of New York, lias
opened a dancing school at the Wom
an's Club, teaching afternoons a
evenings. v He has leased the club
liouse for a week at $6 per day, with
the privilege of having it for a longer
time if his class warrants the ex ex-.
. ex-. pense. Prof. Freeman comes to Ocala
tx teach the steps of the very latest
dances" and has already formed a
good-size class. "While in the city,
Prof. Freeman will be a guest at the
Dr. and Mrs. A. I. Inglis, of Pal Palmetto,
metto, Palmetto, passed through Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday en route home from their wed wedding
ding wedding trip. Mrs. Inglis before her
marriage was Miss Eva Davis of this
Gunty and has a. large. acquaintance
among the readers of the Star, who
tarfll be interested in the news of her
marriage. She resided at Martel
for a number of years and was a tcs tcs-sident
sident tcs-sident in Ocala for several months.
-""""The host of friends ofTlfrr' and
U1U lUlSt -Jl X. QK A A O A. IT lit MS
lighted to learn oY the arrival of a
son yesterday at taeir home in Char
lotte, N. C. TheKfittleatT completes
Ihe trio of lovelji children in that
charming home, a son and daughter
Iiaving been born to Mr. and Mrs.
TBasteuref during their residence in
Mrs. Terry Sewell and two child child-Ten
Ten child-Ten and Mrs, A. V. Sewell and baby,
who have been guests for some time
of Mrs. J. P. Galloway, returned
3-esterday to their home in Brooks-
Mrs. E. M. Overstreet, daughter
Hiss Mabel Overstreet, and niece
JMiss Martha Stegall of Thomasville
3a motored up from Eustis today to
remain until Sunday, the guests of
Mrs. S. W. Igou.
Miss Josie Bulldck is home from
several days .visit to Mrs. Claude
.Nix at Williston.
Sirs. W. C. Cooper and young
!ai2ghier, who have been enjoying
- an extended visit to their aunts, Mrs.
1 W. TVTiite side and Miss Josie Will-
iams, i returned to their home in Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia .? yesterday. Mrs. Cooper was
formirly Miss Evelyn Pelot and for
a mmiber of years resided in Ocala,
her pi, rents moving to DeSoto county
prior ;to her marriage.
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The lij'ard of Stewards of the Breih Breih-odist
odist Breih-odist Charch Entertained at Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins en
tertained at their home on Oklawaha
avenue last evening at a prettily ap appointed
pointed appointed dinner, their, guests includ including
ing including tiie presiding elder, Rev. F. R.
Bridges, their pastor, Dr. J. M. Gross,
and the-board of stewards of the
Methoi list church."
Coycts were laid for fifteen and
1915 calendars, adorned with poin poin-cettia
cettia poin-cettia 3 ; and containing the menu,
marked the places. The table was
particularly lovely in its appoint appointments.
ments. appointments. The approaching new year
was also featured in the central dec decora
ora decora tioru A miniature mirror lake,
edged with fern fronds and "sailing
two beats flying 1914 and 1915 pen pennants
nants pennants was the "clever method the
hostess had of emphasizing the sail sailing
ing sailing away of the .old year and the
sailing i n of the new year. The meet meeting
ing meeting last night was the last the board
of stewards will hold, before the an an-nual
nual an-nual conference next week, which
marks the closing of the church year.
The dining room was very attractive-
ly decorated, a color motif of red be-
ing developed. 1 :;:':-'-: 'i-,-.
A profusion of yellow and white
chrysanthemums adorned the parlor
and living room, where the business
meeting was held at the conclusion
of the dinner. The hostess was as-
sisted by Mrs. G. C. Looney. ;
Dinner was served at 8 o'clock and
the temptingly prepared courses con-
sisted of oyster soup, saltines, olives,
pickles, stuffed quail, creamed pot-
toes, peas, a jparagus on toast, hot
rolls, fruit salad in apple cups, stuff-
ed dates, almonds, pumpkin pie, cof-r
fee and fruit and pound cake, v
Enjoying the. dinner were the if ol-
lowing guests: Dr. Gross, Rev.
Bridges and Messrs. Tompkins, L. N, The bride is the only daughter of
Green, W. W. Clyatt, J. P. Phillips, L. Mr. and Mrs: A. S. Randall of Day Day-W.Duval
W.Duval Day-W.Duval R. D. Bridges, W. K. Ze- tona Beach, and the groom is a well
wadski, L. W. Ponder, W. L. Colbert,
body and Dr. A.. L. Izlar.
Miss Alice Bell of Norfolk, Va.,
pleasantly remembered here as the
iir m nr .
guest of Mrs. G. T. Maughs two win-
ters past, is enjoying a delightful J
trip tO New York.
Lake Weir has another attract! ver
home on itshore. Mr. F. M. Brooks
of New York iuilding on his lot join joining
ing joining Mr. Georgf MacKay's ; home on
took possession a few days ago.
Mrs. L. H. Pillans and two attract attractive
ive attractive young daughters returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from a visit to Mr. Pillans' par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans at
Mrs.,T. J. Sistrunk, who is spend-
mg the winter with her daughter,
g the winter with
Mrs. Nola Ferguson,
has gone to
Martel for a visit to Mrs. X L.
Smith, another daughter. 7
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Mrs. J. Wiley Pope, Jr., and attrac-
iv5 little auii, luasici i jr
lii win leave snortiy xor xriiiiituci xriiiiituci-phia,
phia, xriiiiituci-phia, where they will join Mr. Pope
and will reside there permanently.
In Money, Time and Con
sideration For Others
EARLY SHOPPING PAYS
ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES
A Totally Different Shop
Next door to
Munroe & Chambliss Bank
iavs to uirisima
Mr. an 1 Mrs. Pope are popular with
a wide circle of friends, who will re regret
gret regret to learn ti'iat they will not con continue
tinue continue tor make their home in Jack Jack-sonville,
sonville, Jack-sonville, Times-Union.
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A Dajtona Vredding of Interest :
The following extracts from a de detailed
tailed detailed account of a wedding solemniz solemnized
ed solemnized in D. iytona t his week will be oi'
interest here to the many friends of
the bridiv Several : members of the
bridal ptxty are well known .; to the
Ocala people who frequent' Daytona
Beach each summer:
The First Congregational church in
Daytona was the scene of ; a brilliant
wedding Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
when in the presence of ; a licst of
friends and relatives ;Mls3 Mildred
Lorane B andall, of Daytona Beach,
and Mr. Aekland v Edward Stiling of
Daytona, were. united inVmamage,
Rev. William J. Drew, pastor of the
church, performing the ceremony
The church was? : decora ted with
bamboo, palms, smilax and quantities
of chrysanthemums and other-: JowJ
A violin solo wasi rendered by Mn
A. E. v Donaolly pieceding -"theV en entrance
trance entrance of the bridal party Mendel Mendelssohn's
ssohn's Mendelssohn's Wedding March being played
as the party entered the church, Miss
Willaume presiding at the organ.
The bride, was attended by Mis3
Nellie Stiling, sister of Hhe .groom, as
maid of honor and? the bridesmaids
were Miss Marie Merryday, Miss
Edith Stiling, a sisber of the groom,
and Miss Faye Stewart. Ths groom
had as his best man Mr. W. H. Court
ney and the ushers were Messrs.
George, Foot, David Sholtz, L. D.
&ipp an Donald Riddles.
Following the ceremony a recep-
tibn was held during which the cou-
ple received the congratulations of
their friends. ,
The bride was clmrmingly gowned
in a white crepe meteor, trimmed in
pearl and shadow lace and fashioned
with court train, trimmed with white
chiffon roses. She wore a 'veil and
orange blossoms and carried a show-
er of hite roses;
Mr. and Mrs.J Stilings left this
morning by automobile for Palm
Beach and other places in southern
Florida, where they will spend two
weeks or more. Part of the-time will
be en joyed in a visit1 with an'uricle
of Mr. Stiling's at Detroit;
known business man of Daytona. '
: Tr.: t tt no Ia
Car ,ftf ;A ni. ic. rptnVn.
aA 4.j r,;i,.!
ed today t from -a. snort sight seeing
f rt .rr,OTV,
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xAt s. xv. jlj. mux mi ui xjuivc v eir
visited her i Ocala friends yesterday.
S. C. V MEETING
Camp John M. Martin, S. C. VM
will meet this evening at the court
house at 7:30. Comrades are urged
to be present. W. W. Harriss, ComdL
to be present. j
W. W. Harriss, Commandant.
.W. T. Gary, Adjutant.
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brought to the hospital this morning
, v.. .7 J? TT
ana operaiea on lor appenaicins. tie
is now doing as well as can be ex expected.
pected. expected. ; V: -7 ;'7:--;-7'":'- 7y 7y-Mrs
Mrs 7y-Mrs Fannie Tompkins, who was
cr ati 4" Vl ran xxrocklra arm Vioa tai
. . w t--.. of T,rrte.o
Wacahoota, Dec. 3 It is very warm"
here and we have had several nice
showers that were very beneficial to
the gardens. .-: -
Mrs. C G. Mixson; and daughter,
Katherine, who have been visiting
their aunt Mrs. C. M. Smith, return returned
ed returned to their home in Gainesville Fri
day. J : ,"? :
Central school reopened last week.
UTiee P!'hil Rpmm nf riottmialf
I Springs, is the efficient teacher in
of culture and refinement and we are
glad to welcome her to our midst.
Mr. Charles Mixson of Gainesville,
who has been visiting Mr. J; F. B ni niton
ton niton the past week, returned home
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and
daughter Thelma, Miss Esther Semm
and Messrs. Cedrick and Clarence
Smith attended the fair at Ocala last
week, on Thursday, and report a fine
Mr. and Mrs. J. RL Smith and son
Pierce spent several days last week
visiting relatives at Fellowship and
Ocala and attended the fair while in
Mrs. M. R. Beck of Palatka. who
has been visiting her parents, Mr.
Misses Theora and Leola Smith
left last Friday for Madison, where
they are going to take a course in
the normal scnooi.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley, Mr.
and Mrs. R. P. Smith and Napoleon
Smith returned from a camping trip
last Wednesday. 1 ney naa a goou
time but report deer scace in Gulf
We are indeed sorry to report little
Jamielee Tyson is still quite sick, and
hope he will soon be better.
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. ; ; Syrup,
V V-V :
?' Goodies which' go to
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A chicken supper rith all the good
things that go with it, will be given
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. (J.
H. Shaw, Zuber Friday evening, Dec.
4th, for the benefit i of the Kendrick
church.. Let everyone who possibly
can go arid have a good time and
help a worthy caus The price of
the supper will 'be 5 cents.
SPARIt BAPTIST CHURCH
All are' invited to hear one of the
best sermons any of you ever, have
enjoyed. Rev. Johns of Starke, i3 our
pastor for a year beginning on the
first Sunday in December (next Sun Sun-dav).
dav). Sun-dav). Just come, and you will keep
on coming. No doubt about that.
Baptists and -Methodists -will all be
FARBI f FOU 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: Deaches. plums, crapes and
pecans; good drilled T.-ell; cattle, hogs,
goats and chickens, arid all farming
implements and tools. Will sell cheap
for cash. Address, Owner, John
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 2-6 td
The best service and most reason
able prices obtain at the now dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf
Gurvlval of Superstition.
Madagat 2ar natives have a Strang
idol. It la a piece of wood covered
with silk and attached to a wire which
the priests pull In a certain way Tha
god perfc ms movements In all dlrec-1
tlons, to the great, terror of the faith faithful,
ful, faithful, who believe It 13 really alive.- Tha
priests d eil in houses of wood, as tha
god will have neither stone nor-brlclc
To distinguish themselves from the
other natives, the faithful wear their
hair rolled In curl-papers like women,
and keey It in the shape of a horn by
means of pins.
He Took the Hours.
CItlman (to house agent) "I thought
you said there was a charming .vleT7
from the front windows? Why, there
are only houses to be seen." Houso
Agent "So there Is a charming view,
sir. In the house opposite lives the
most beautiful widow you ever clapped
eyes on, and she's always at the, win window."
Daily Thought. h
Be cheerful, and seek not eternal
help, or the tranquility which others
give. A man must stand erect, and
not be kept erect by others. Marcus
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have a great call for : re
gold chains of various !:L:cI:,
Whether it be a watch chzht chzht-or
or chzht-or a baby chain, or h !:.vai!:.
glass chain, we cany it,
and finect grad? that ycu'll
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TN this day and time nearly every one is keen to take advantage of an opportunity to save money.1 In order to introduce ourselves to the public of
Ocala we propose to give you this opportunity NO Wv by offering extremely lov prices on all lands of GR for cash on Friday, Cati:rc::y
and Monday, December 4th 5th and 7th. We must get acquainted and this we believe is the best way to accomplish itSave ybi: money. Y7e hav2
not the space to.ehutnerate'allthefpricesV but the cut prevails on everything in 'the store on these days..-
Aurora Brand Peas, No. 2.......
Aurora Brand Golden W ax Beans,
No. 2.... -.
Aurora Brand Refugee Beans, No. 2 14c
Van Camp's Kidney,. Beans, No. 2. -11c'
Aurora Brand Beets No. 2 .-114c
Aurora Brand Hand Packed Toma Tomatoes
toes Tomatoes No. 2 r v -' 10c
Aurora Brand Hand Packed Toma-v
toes, r No. 3 .;. . ... 14c
Aurora Brand : Squash, No. 3 . -. 13c
Aurora Brand Rhubarb-- .... 13c
Van Camp's Sauerkraut .- . 9c
HERE ARE ONLY A FE!W
Aurora Brand White Cherries, per
can -------: i .... ...:20c
Aurora Brand Currants, per can 20c
Aurora Brand Red Raspberries per
: : :.: Can- .;.;28c
Florida Packed Choice ;Pears, No. 3
per, can i ... ... ..-..12c
Royal, one pound cans ... . ......43c
Royal, half pound cans . ... 23c
Rumford's, one pound cans . : -23c
Rumford's, half pound cans . 12c
Hosford's large size cans.-.. 202
Hosford's small size cans ; Ce
Good, Luck, large size cans Cc
Good Luck, small size cans . Cc
Lleais, Biatter, Lord, Etc;
Best Ham, per pound .CCc
Boiled Ham, per pound .....SCa
Cream Cheese, per pound -20c
BETTER Butter, per lipund COc
Compound Lard, per pound -". .... 9c
Snovdrift, large bucket .... 1 Cl.C 0
Snowdrift; small bucket- -1 -.. ,45c
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Sauer's Extracts, Farge size
Saiiers Extracts, small size :
Van Camp's Soups, per can u Cz
Heinz Soups, per, can -. IV.z
Dime Brand Milk, per dozen... -Cl.C C:
Van Camp's Milk, large size, per
Van Camp's Milk,1 small size, per
. di, ) 3 XX w W m m rw'w w m t p v m mmi
Gibb's Apple Jelly, per glass
Corn Starch, pr package .
Italian Style Spaghetti, large pack
Italian Style Spaghetti, small pack-
Meal, per pound ..C :lLe
Grits, per pound ..... 2 lCz
Bacon, per pound...
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NUMBER THREE FLORIDA. PACKED TOMATOES 9c
These pi-ices tell ..their own story, and after you have made your selection shov this list to your neighbor. We are confident thnt
dd do as much for you if the opportunity presented itself. Everything sold under a strict guarantee. Let's get acquainted.
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All other chocolates seem
just ordinary after yoaohce
try f''sf- Theyr are just
as pure and wholesome as they
are delicious. We secured the
agency, for the Huyler iinel
knowing there is nothing finer1;
and because we know too that
people will unconsciousJy
Judge the value of pur, stock
by the individual lines ve
carry. We will bevgladjto
have you judge this confec confec-tionery
tionery confec-tionery as soon as convenient.
In packages from ioc. up.
1 PHONE 503! :;v
BIG Load for 01.
. Your Order will h&re
: J. L, SMOilK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
' ' .
: FaaeraJ Directors
UNDERTAKERS and ELlBALf.lERb
fiiac Casliqfs and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVKU and V. ROBEE;TS
Ail Work Ddiio by Licensed Em Em-l:almers
l:almers Em-l:almers and Fully Guaranteed
E. 3IcIVER .104
At the adjourned meeting of the
city council Thursday afternoon,
Messrs. Hunter, Roess, Fausett, Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, Smith, Bennett and Knight
were present. i
Citizens living in '. the extrem
southeast quarter of the city petition-,
ed for light and water facilities. Re Request
quest Request referred to the proper commit committee.
tee. committee. :. .::'.'''"-i--J.'-y V.: ;V';
City Attorney Hocker gave it as
his opinion that the mayor, could be
mandamused into signing' water
works bonds; alsoShat a paving cer certificate
tificate certificate against Mr. R. L. Anderson
could be collected. The council in instructed
structed instructed the city attorney to go ahead
against Mr. Anderson. It seemed shy
about tackling the mayor.
Mrs. M. H. Stovall, secretary of the
Carnegie library board, informed the
council that the board had selected
Mr. Merton Mann to draw plans for
the construction of the library build building.
ing. building. The action of the library board
was approved. V
The council refused to pay bills of
nine policemen who were appointed
by the mayor, but not authorized by
:the police committee.
The subject of sand-oil paving and
oiling streets was discussed. Alder Alder-inan
inan Alder-inan Fausett said the council did a
good thing when Exposition street
was ordered oiled. He thinks that
the street is in good order for some
time to come.
Alderman Bennett offered a resolu resolution
tion resolution that the council pave one block
on the Anthony hard road, from Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha avenue to Adams street, and
Adams street east from the Anthony
hard road to Sanchez street, using
the sand-oil method. The resolution
was unanimously carried.
The judiciary committee reported
favorably two ordinances, one mak mak-irig
irig mak-irig a few changes in the library or ordinance
dinance ordinance and the other making the
bond ordinance conform to the recent
bond election. Both' ordinances were
placed on third reading and .passed.
The city attorney gave his opin opinion
ion opinion that it was in the power of the
co incil to discharge any police officer
wi thout cause on a two-thirds vote,
and with cause on a majority vote.
Aldermen Hunter, Knight' and
Roi5S were appointed a committee to
appear before the county commission
ers ; to get lime from the lime pit on
The last meeting of this confer conference
ence conference year of the board of stewards
of the Methodist church was held
last evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. D. "W". Tompkins, on ; 6ck 6ck-lawaha
lawaha 6ck-lawaha avenue.
During the evening those present
were invited to an' elegantly prepar prepared
ed prepared supper consisting of oysters, game,
pumpkin pie and and all the accesso accesso-ries.
ries. accesso-ries. N , : j
The business meeting of the board
developed the fact that the church
will send a report to the conference
at Arcadia next week showing a clean
slate so far as the finances of the
organization are concerned.
And as to the work of the church
during the year, the report will show
the finest record in its history.
An urgent petition will go to Arca Arcadia
dia Arcadia asking that Dr. Gross be return returned
ed returned to this charge next year.
The only "Hotel on the Square"
now offers you the 6erv4ce of Its
dining room. You'll come again If
you try it. 23-tf
Don't forgef your Christmas Vic Vic-trola.
trola. Vic-trola. It lasts all year. At The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 3-3t
C. V. ROBERTS. . 333
Utiflcrta'jins OCTice 7 the Bilyer Springs road.
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 Roseville, 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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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax toooks for the payment of
state and county taxs are now
open. .', :
Be sure and b;ing or send a cor correct
rect correct description of your 'property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one (1)
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert.
ll-3-2m TaL Collector 'Marion Co.
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ARRIVAL1 AND DEPARTURE
OF TRADfS AT OOALA
Atlantic Coast Line ;
Xo. 9, Jacksonville to Iecsburg
9: 05. p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
6:05 a. m.
No. 3 7, ; Jacksonville to St.ipeters St.ipeters-burg
burg St.ipeters-burg 3:05 a. m. :
iNTo. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:05 a. ra.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St.. Petersburg-
No. 40; St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:14 p. m.
. No. 140, Ocala to Palatka G:10 D
r . '. t
m. :' 'i i.
No. 141, I Palatka to Ocala 8 : 5 0
'"No.- 48, Ocala to Homosassa
lcaves, 2:0i2 p. m.
J(Xo. 49, Homosassa to Ocala Ar Arrives
rives Arrives 1:05 p. m. ':
No. 35 (Sunny jim). Ocala to Ia.ke-Jahd---6:40
a. an., Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunny jlm) lakeland to
Ocala 9 : 5 0 p. m'.t Tuesday, : Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday. :f
; No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and (Friday.
. No. 150, 'Wilcox to OcalaSo p.
m., -Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
:- Seaboard Air Iiin
No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a. m. r
'(No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa 4Ar 4Ar-rive,
rive, 4Ar-rive, l:rv p. m.; leave, 1:25.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
2:33 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m. l:
No.s4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Arrive
rive Arrive 1:12 p. m.; leave 1:30 p". m. v
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m.
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
. No. 72 iLeaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m.
SICK TVVO YEARS j
1 WITH INDIGESTION.
"Two years ago I was "greatly bene benefited
fited benefited through using two cr 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
3rears with indigestion," Sold by all
dealers. t Adv.
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Holiday fiifts, just lots of them at
. fwii fctrfajJ tLtLmM dtsmmM
your real estate nov;, unless you need the
If you do need the money nor is the time to
because it is the time to buy.
It is the time to buy bceauce the European v:v.v;
an unnatural agency, has eauccd a slump in
realty prices, and because there :iII bo a rice
in prices vhen the war is over.
Prices will, at least, become normal again;
Ve have city and country property ILtcd for
sale and for rent.
If you have property for sale list it with us.
Someone from our office will be glad to tall:
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Postoffico Box 47.1,
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V. rJ t K ilaelter.':avi;!3.Alllhevc."5lilat,-2r::ijr-ti -.t i
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Une after ihavi.-.S'A'l the vi ";i4lntu2j- :::r.-. r
ravertraf-rafir.rvbc!!'. ha cv '.: ft vr-r :.
fJrtce only 75c. 8 os.). L?eni 4c f si 13 fccix
:g;Me'ilIcal;:- Sarfjicai; Oy tiro;
L 'if. li". it
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment room5 to the Z. Dutte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance ,betveeu The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Full- EquixT.ed and will be linn
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. ML TO 4:50 P. M. PHONE 3 S3
- OCALA EVENING STAR, FKID A Yt DECEMBER 4, 1914.
ARE overstockefi- wiili Biiig&ids and
m' Sw. aba.
ries and have decided to sell' ZaSm-- o.u
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? A plan for a frolic on Thanksgiving
ere is a turkey party. Begin the fun
with a turkey search, which can be very j
easily arranged and requires no prep preparation
aration preparation but a simple prizp. for which
one of the pasteboard Kblers filled
with candy which all the shops have
in stock at this time of year will be
just tfte thing. 1
Cut a quantity of pasteboard into
small tickets or slips or use ordinary
wrapping or pad paper in the same
way. On each slip write one of the
letters which go to make up the wonS
"turkey." having each slip fit into a
set completing the word. Fold the
slips, and. after seating all the players
around a table, play the game after
the rules of "authors," the end and
aim of each player being to complete
the word "turkey" as often as possi possible.
ble. possible. To begin the game deal an equal
number of slips to each person and the
same to the pool. If any player with
the slips dealt to him can complete the
word "turkey" he is privileged to place
the letters lacking on the table in front
of him. Each set completing the word
counts points toward the game.
When all have matched and discard
ed the matching letters, as described,
each, in turn, beginning with the play player
er player at the left of the dealer, draws from
the pool and matches in turn. When j
the pool is exhausted the players have j
the privilege or asting eacn otner tor
the letters they desire, each asking iu
turn and for but one letter at a time
If the person who is asked for a cer
tain letter is found with it in his hand
he is required by the rules of the game
to give it up, even though necessary
for a word he is building at the time
The game ends when ull the players
are out of slips and is won by the per
son who ofienest completes the term
A Simpler Game.
The same game played with ticket ticket-or
or ticket-or paper slips can be played by nidiug
the slips around the room, and letting
the play era search for them. In this
game the rule is that each slip must be
sought in : the sequence In which it
comes iu the word thus. D only aftei
T has been captured, and so on. as this
adds to the excitement of the turkej
chase. The person winning most words
receives the prize, as before.
In the case of y.oung children, for
wboc the spelling test would be too
tfflm u ..itt -i i'1-rtilu.r 4if fiirktv4 oil!
cf white or manila paper and hide theses
to offer for ; the! iiext thirty days otir eiatire ciccli--of
five carloads: of ; ; -: .'
for : eil5M
lows manuf actmrers cost. BiiiSSies
rade: FULLY; GUfLRiiMTEED, azi'd; HC
rir nr n I r iv j r ir i nj
to oe searcnea tor instead or tne let letters.
ters. letters. The party giver vw ho is not able
to design these shapes herself may
easily find a pattern for her turkeys by
scanning the advertisements 4n papers
a,nd other periodicals at turkey time.
Refreshments for a turkey party
should have the flavor of the Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving delicacy in one course at least.
Hot roast turkey sandwiches (a slice of
the breast served with plenty of rich
gravy between the, slices of bread or
toast) are a change from the familiar
cold sandwich. With these, if you do
not care for coffee, mulled sweet cider.
I prepared like mulled wine, will be a
novelty perhaps. Maple parfalt in tall
glasses makes a tasty iced tidbit to
Thanksgiving In the Home.
Thanksgiving, our one truly Ameri American
can American holiday, will soon be with us, and
we will all be celebrating "turkey
It is indeed a long cry from that first
day of Thanksgiving as spent by the
Pilgrims to our modern festival, which
to the casual observer seems to be a
conglomeration of chrysanthemums
But the great mass of homemakers
are still true to the best traditions of
the day and do make it a festival of
reunion and true happiness.
In large cities there is the unfortu-,
nate tendency of many to eat their
Thanksgiving dinners in hotels. In Indeed,
deed, Indeed, it is almost a fad. and people
crowd the most luxurious restaurants
on that day. This seems a deplorable
tendency, but the custom is confined
only to our larger cities, and in the
great mass of our American homes we
are still allowing the true home spirit
to permeate our festival.
Jollity For the Kiddles.
All children, boys and girls alike, en enjoy
joy enjoy the fun of "dressing up;" hence
they like a fancy dress frolic so much
better than the average party. Then
the costumes can be made up so inex inexpensively
pensively inexpensively nowadays. Thanks to the
inventor of. crape paper and the low
prices for pretty fabrics a children's
fancy dress ball is now only a common
occurrence, much to their delight. Any
woman who knows how to sew can
make the costumes once she has the
The Question of a Present.
When invited to a church weddins
and not to the reception following it
is not necessary to send a present to
the bride, but a call is made on the
bride on her at home day a month or
two after the wedding.
Shirred ribbon elastic bands finished
with big white satin popples or roses
and designed to keep the bride's "dozen
of ea-h"" sets of lingerie in neat piles
ire acceptable gifts for showers or otb-
-UIVIjY. 'We will
eajtiv wxiiic:tii: -otoi; -10-1217
of; the lot. ..Tliey isipst-he' sol
COUNTRY PEbPIiE ; :
WEIiCOIE AT THE LIBRARY
Miss Louise 3amsby, the librarian
in charge of the library, which now
has its quarters in the Clarion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country 'people to 4know that they
are .welcome to cone to the? library
at, any time and read the toooics. Also
that there are a ?arge number of
magazines there to .be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been -given by different persons
who ihave finished -with them.
PROMPT ACTION WILL
STOP YOUR COUGH
When you first catch a cold (often
indicated by a sneeze or cough),
break, it up at once. The idea that
"It does not matter" often leads to
serious complications. The remedy
which immediately and easily pene penetrates
trates penetrates the lining of the throat is the
kind demanded. Dr. King's New Dis Discovery
covery Discovery soothes the irration, loosens
the phlegm. You feel better at once.
"It seems to reach the very spot of
my cough" is one of the many hon honest
est honest 'testimonials. 50 ; cents Nat your
druggist. Tues, Thur fri ,& wkly.
CUT OUT, PAPER liOLLS
We will give to the 'ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. 11-6.
MRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
WITH THE CROUP
When my boy, i Ray, was small he
was subject to croup, and Y was al always
ways always alarmed -at such times. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far
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, Blair sville, Pa. For sale by all
dealers. ; Adv.
The city tax books nave been ope!
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 te
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office In court house. 11-6-tf
OPEN DAY AXT XI GUT
Merchant' Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at, any hour. -Adv.
Advertise in the Star.
ttt'- ?n T"i :": ft
ii'v "8 i c ta y--u
until tHtttttfn iiittttifwwwm4mii0'mtHtmwr
HELP A.AVORTHY CAUSE
You can do. so by subscribing- to
the work of the Boys' Club. The
bovs are anxious to enlarge the
scope of the work and are much in
need of funds to secure a place ,of
meeting. Funds are" being solicited
to rent a room and also to furnish
same. In this column will appear
from day to day the names bf those
contributing and the amount contri contributed.
buted. contributed. All monies should be paid
to the club treasurer, Master Welllo
Meffert. See Charles Duval,' presi president,
dent, president, or R. B. Bowers, adviser, for
particulars and to give subscriptions.
Men's Class of Religious Investi Investigation,
gation, Investigation, $1.50:a -month.
KEEP IT HANDY
No use to squirm and wince and
try to wear out your Rheumatism. It
will wear you cut instead. Apply
some of Sloan's Liniment. Need not
rub it in just let it penetrate all
through the affected parts, relieve
the soarness and draw the pah:. eu
get ease at once and feel so much
better you want to go right out and
tell other sufferers about Sloan's.
Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for
25c any druggist i and have it in the
house against colds, sore and swol swollen
len swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and like
ailments. Your money back if not
satisfied, but it does give almost in instant
stant instant relief. Buy a bottle today.
' Soldier's Most Trying Position.
The average soldier finds the moist
terrifying position to be that of stand standing
ing standing motionless In the front rank, ex
posed to the enemy's fire without be being
ing being able to reply. The order to ad advance
vance advance or to charge with fixed bayonets
is then received as a release from
agony. Movement, even Into greater
peril, distracts the mind and greatly
reduces the mental anguish
A TEST FOR LIVER
COMPLAINT, METALLY UN UNHAPPY,
HAPPY, UNHAPPY, PHYSICALLY DULL
The liver, sluggish and inactive,
first shows itself in a mental stat
unhappy and critical. Never is there
joy in living, as when .the stomach
and liver are doing their work. Keep
your liver active and healthy by us using
ing using Dr. King's New Life Pill's; they
empty the Bowels freely, tone up
your stomach, cure your constipation
and purify the blood. 25c at your
druggist. Bucklen's arnica salve ex excellent
cellent excellent for piles. Tec 3, Thur, fri w.
Raise Black Foxes In Captivity.
The skin of a black fox is worth
from 5 to $10, and the animals are
now being raised in captivity to cup cup-ply
ply cup-ply the demand tor their pelts.
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Shipping of Frcllit,
and Safes. I
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OCALA EVENING STAH, FHIDAY,-Di:CE:.:?. 4, 1014
To Be Upright In Our Dealings
OUR -3IEATS UP RIGHT N
(Making it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND COXSU3IE THEM
PnONE 10? 1 Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Yon Will Take Enoiiflh
Saturdays to last Over Sunday
; ... .. '
We will tliank yon. Our drivers vrill thank you.
And it the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which Js a .day of
rest for nearly Everybody but 'tills, ice man of yours. ;
ffiesila lee S
1 To a Person Who Prides
4: Clean, Fresh,
4 is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business
j? 402-404 S. Mafca
Great teitiversary Sale
Witbi Purchase of $1.00 or more
of other Merchandise
Ewiry Pay Rfow
At the Great Anniversary Sale
JAMES' AUSTIN WIORTLAND
Civil and Airchiteclural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Building's,
ing's, Building's, Water Power, Dam? Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44? f Ocala, Florida
of Our Ice
on lis Appearance
Well Laundered Linen
The Detective of the
By HESKETH PRIGIIARD
By Hciketh Prichard
CHAPTER XI. v
T was still early afternoon when
we arrived in Lendevllle. a few
scattered farms and a single gen gen-eral
eral gen-eral store. Outside one of the
farmhouses joe paused.
I know the chap that lives In here."
he said. 4 "He's a pretty mean kind of
a man. Mr. Quaritch. I may find a
way to make -him talk, though If be
thought I wanted information he'd not
part with It"
"Say. McAndrew," began Joe, ghat's
your-price for hiring two strong horses
arid a good buckboard& take us and
our outfit on from here to the Burnt
Lands by Sandy pond?"
"Huhr said Joe, "we don't want to
buy the old horses r
The Scotchman's shaven Hps (he
wore a chin beard and whiskers) open opened.
ed. opened. "It -would na' pay to do it for
Then there's others as will."'
-And what might ,thelr names be?
Inquired Mc Andrew, Ironically.
"Them as took up Bank Clerk At At-terson
terson At-terson when he was here six weeks
back." : V h v :; ;
"Weel. you're wrang!" cried Mc An Andrew,
drew, Andrew, "for Bank Clerk Atterson julst
walked In with young Simon Pointarre
and lived with the family at their
new mill. So the price is twenty or I'll
nae nearness a horse for ye."
"Then III have to go. on to Simon
Pointarre. I've heard him well spoken
"Have ye now? That's queer; for
he" .; A-:;V;V--r-v;.-..;:
"Maybe, then, it was his brother."
said Joe quickly.
"Which r v
The other one that was with An Anderson
derson Anderson at Red river. ;
"There was nae one. only the old
man, Simon and the two glrrls."
"Well, anyway, I'll ask the Poin Poin-tarre's
tarre's Poin-tarre's price before I close., with
yours." ,...,..7; :
"I'll make a reduce to $17 if ye agree
here and now." v
November said something, further of
Atterson's high regard for Simon Poin Pointarre.
tarre. Pointarre. which goaded old Mc Andrew to
-And I suppose it was love of Simon
that made him employ that family,
he snarled. '"Oh, yes, that's comic
'Twas Simon and no that grinning las lassie
sie lassie they call Phedrel Atterson? Tush!
I tell ye, if ever a man made a fule o
himself ( L 7
But here, despite Me Andrew's pro protests.
tests. protests. Joe left the farm.
At the store which was next visited
we learned the position of the Poin Pointarre
tarre Pointarre steading and, the fact that old
Pointarre, the daughters, Phedre and
Claire,, and one son. Simon, were at
The door was opened by a girl of
about twenty years of age. Her bright
brown eyes and hair made her very
good looking. Joe gave her a quick
"I came to see your sister." said be.
"Simon,' called the girl, "here's a
man to see Phedre."
"Whafs 'your -business T growled a
man's voice from the inner room.
"Why sent you?" ;
"Can't tell that, but I guess Miss
Pointarre will know when I give her
the message." ., , -: v , ;;
"Well, I suppose you'd best see her.
She's down bringing In the cows.
You'll find tier below there in the
Joe thanked him and we set off. A
twig broke under my foot, and the
girl swung round at the noise.
"What do you want?" she asked.
She was tall and really gloriously
"I've come from Atterson. I've Just
seen him." said November.
"There are many people who se felxa
every day. What of that?"
. "Huh! Don't they read the newspa newspaper
per newspaper In Lendevllle? There's something
about him going round. I came think thinking
ing thinking you'd sure want to hear." said No November.
The color rose in Phedre's beautiful
"They're saying." went on Joe, "that
he robbed the bank where be 13 em employed
ployed employed of $100,000, and Instead of try trying
ing trying to get away on the train or by one
of the steamers be made for te
Phedre turned away as if bored.
"What interest have I in this? It en en-nules
nules en-nules me to listen."
"Wait!" replied November. "With
the police I went and Boon struck At Atterson's
terson's Atterson's trail oa the old colonial post
road and in time come up with Atter
son himself nigh Red river. s The po police
lice police takes Atterson prisoner, but they
found nothing. Though they searched
him and all found aliout the camp,
they found nothing."
"He had hidden it I suppose.
thought the s?.me till" November's
gaze never left her face "till I j see
his eyes. The pupils were like pin
points in his head." He paused and
added: 1 got the bottle of whisky m
his pack. Itll go in as evidence."
v 'That Atterson was drugged and the I
bank property stole from him. You
see' continued Joe, "this robbery
wasn't altogether Atterson's own idea."
-Ahr 7 : .. r;
'lXo. I guess he had the first notion
of It when be was on his vacation six
weeks back. He wnn iu love with a
wonderful handsome girl. Blue eyes
she had and bfack hair, and her teeth
was as good as yonrs.' 7 SLs pretended
to be In love with him. bat all along
she was in love v.itn well, 1 can't
say who she was in love with herself
likely Anyway, I expect she used all
her influence to make Atterson rob the
bank, and then light out for the woods
with the stuffs He does all she wants.
pn his way to the woods she meets
him -with a pack of food and neces
saries. In that pack was a bottle of
drugged whisky. She asks him where
he's going to camp that night, he sus
pects nothing and tells her, ) and o2T
she goes in a canoe up Red river till
she comes to opposite where he's lyin;
drugged. She lands and robs him, but
she don't want, him to know who done
that, so she plays an old game to con
real her ; tracks. She's a rare active
young woman, so she carries out her
plan gets back to her canoe and home
to Lendevllle. Need I tell any more
During Joe's story Phedre's color had
slowly died away.
'"You are very clever!". she said bit
terly. "But why should you tell me
"Because I'm going to advise you to
hand over the $100,000 you took from
Atterson. I'm in this case for the'
bank." .7; ; ',:, -7-; :
"l?" she exclaimed violently. "Do
you dare to say, that I had anything
whatever to do with this robbery, that
4 have the S100.000? Bah! I know
nothing about it. How should I ?"
7 Joe shrugged his shoulders. "Then
I beir your pardon; liss Pointarre, and
1 say good bye. I must go and. make
my report to the police and let them
act their own way." He turned, but
before he bad gone more than a step
or two she called to him.
"There is one point you have missed
for all your cleverness she said
rSuppose what you- have said is true,
may it hot be that the girl who robbed
Atterson took the money Just to return
it to the bank?"
"Don't seem to be that way, for she
has just denied all knowledge of the
property and denied she had it before
two witnesses. Besides, when Atter
son comes to know that he's been
made a catspaw of he'll be liable to
turn king's evidence. No,-miss, your
only chance is; to ihand over the stuff
-here and now."
"To you!" she scoffed. "And who
are you? What right have you"
"I'm in this case for the bank. Old
McAndrew knows me Avell und : can
tell you my name."
What is it?"
"People mostly call me November
Joe." 7' ::7-
She threw back her head every at-
OCALA FWIIEAL OPERS
MAIUON-DUNX MASONIC IX)DGE
. Marion-Dunn Lodge ?ro. 19. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. iM.
Jake Brown; Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAIr
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, Q. E. t.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of. each
month at 730 o'clock.
Airs. Flora Brown, W. 3E
3Iiss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula IJodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonges Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
-W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Conoordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Tayldr. F.-M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 1 9. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 rp. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome -to vis
iting brothers. Wm. doner, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday In every month at
7:30 p. m. C E. Connor, iH. P.
Jake Bro'jra, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S6t B. P. O. E.
, Ocala Lodge NoJ 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club Thouse
opposite postofSce, east side.
Dttvid S. Willi"vms; E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER-OF MCliSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "u.
Visiting hrethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near po3tofSoo.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
ZCTLS. every tuorc:rm, or trr
"Now, supposing tL.:t tLz money
could be found, what would ycu do?"
"I'd go to the bank and tell them I'd
- 1 r
"Atterson isn't the only man who'd
break the law for lova of me."
make shift to get every cent back safe
for them if they'd agree not to prose
So you are man enough not to wish
to see me in trouble?"
November looked at her. "I wa3 sure
not thinking of you at all, he said
simply, "but of Bank Clerk Atterson,
who's lost the girl he robbed for and
ruined himself for. I'd hate to see
that chap overpuhished with a dose of
jail too. But the bank people only
wants their money, and I guess if they
get that they'll be apt to. think the
less about the robbery the better. I
If you take my advice why, now's the
time to see old McAndrew. You see.
Miss Pointarre, I've got the cinch on
She stood still for awhile. "I'll ecs
old man McAndrew,' she cried sud
denly. "I'll lead. It's near enough
Joe turned after her, and I followed.
Without arousing McAndrew's sus
picions, Joe satisfied the girl as to his
Before dark she met us again.
"Therel" she said, thrusting a packet
into Joefs hand. "But look out, for
yourself! Atterson isn't the only man
who'd break the law for love of me.
Think of that at night in the lonely
I saw-her sharp white teeth grind
together as the words came from be between
tween between them.
s "My!" ejaculated November, looking
after her receding figure, "she's a bad
loserain't she, Mr. Quaritch?"
We, went ba,ck into Quebec and Joe
made over to the bank the amount'of
their loss as soon as Harris, the man manager,
ager, manager, agreed (rather against- his will)
that no questions should be asked nor
j The same evening I, not being under
the same embargo regarding questions,
inquired from Joe how in the world
the fair Phedre covered her tracks'
from the canoe to whero Atterson was
"That was simple for an active girl.
She walked ashore along the paddle,
and after her return to the canoe threw
water "upon the mark it made in the
mud. Didn't you notice how faint it
' "But when !she got on shore how
did she hide her trail then?"
"It's not a new trick. She took a
couple of short logs with her in the
canoe. First she'd put one down and
step onto it. then she'd put the other
one farther up- and step onto that.
Next she'd lift the cue behind, and co
on. Why did she do that? Well, 1
reckon she thought the trick good
enough to blind Atterson. If he'd
found a woman's tracks after being
robbed he'd hive suspected.'.:
"But. you said before we left Atter Atter-eon's
eon's Atter-eon's camp that whoever robbed him
was middlo height, a light weight and
bad black hair.".
"Well, hadn't she? Light weight be because
cause because the logs wasn't much drove Into
the ground, not tall since the marks of
them was so close together.'
"But the black hair?"
Joe laughed. "That was the surest
thing of the lot and put me wise to it
and Phedre at the start. Twisted up
in the buckle of the pack she gave
Atterson I found several strands of
splendid black hair. She must 'a
caught her hair in the buckles while
carrying It' ;
"But, Joe, you also raid at Red river
that the person who robbed Atterson
was not more than twenty-five years
"Well, the hair proved It was a wom woman,
an, woman, and what but being in love with
her face would make a slap up bank
clerk like Atterson have any truck with
a settler's girl? And' them kind are
early ripe and go off their looks at
twenty-five. I guess, Mr. Quaritch, her
age was a pretty safe shot.
See the handsome Christmas gifts
at The Murray Company! S-3t
I ft Jr i 1
1 1 Q iyJ p
i PtTl H
. ... .
NOTI 'ZilU PlllCin
Large rioriia Pecans
V 1 illuuUj
nevr crop, per pound. 2Qs'
Drazil 'Nuts, beat 1N0. 1,
cr pound .........'Jq
Frc-h California Raisins,
per round 10c,
, Two : jund for. .... .20s
"Large Bar. .mr.s, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz . . 2C
'Homemade Candy, trc-li -every
Cry, per pcr.:nd
:Hj::;fruits cheapo:; ..
- F rr-y
J 7V & 4LtL,
nearly P.eciyCo S:i ;
ON TREES OF A BEAUTiroL
Do You want them at a Bar;:,: !:i?
I have a splendid
Grove, of 16 acre3, on 20-:.c:j j
tract, 'all fenced hut no' oilier Im- jj
provements. More than 2,000
boxes of orange3 now on trc;
almost ready to 'ship. Bi.tr, flno
tres, mostly budded to Parpon
Price of Property 3 It ctand
- .- "... I
Greatest -Bargain in -the Count.'
Call on or Addrc3
d S3 51 r'unif : -Iff:?.
Ilocm 5. 3Ierchant3 llloc!:.
OO ALA, FLu
' State Agent For
The Best Interior Finishing
tmSJ E A PS 13 i P77LIJ J ES.
1 1 1 I m 1 f t f f '1 r
1 J 1mm U W 8 k It
mmm 'Ph f"t f" "'
M i mat I 1 8
H I 'ruf,g.
Nev7 Steamers. Lou x-rc. I
rsrvic3. VIrcIe--5 telcjraph ca
iteamers. Throuh fares in
to; all; Northern and ;:Westcrn polats polats-iutosiohllcs
iutosiohllcs polats-iutosiohllcs carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
1. C. AVDRY, Agent,
AG 2 m
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Yvork. G:ve3 onors and bct:r
.vork for the money than, any ctl'.r
contractor in the city.
Family Trers Defirc.
While the family cree ot
pbant runs' meetly to trsnl:
the chorus girl dees nDtUln" c C
I w t I j I
HP A T A nnPTTPPFMPFQ
Rogers continues to
You can buy Dennison's X'mas
boxes, tags and seals at KREGER'S.
KREGER'S X'MAS NOVELTIES
Sheriff Galloway is shooting
in the big scrub.
All kinds, of X'MAS NOVELTIES
at KREGER'S. 3-tf
X'mas boxes, tags, seals, all shapes
and sizes. "THE DENNISON KIND"
at KREGER'S. 3-tf
Mr. J; M. McCorkle left several
days ago for Atlanta to visit hiii. son,
We always have on hana a fresh
enipply of the famous Norris candies.
Jourt Pharmacy. 2-6 !;
, City Marshal Adams, after seeral
day 3' tussle with fever, is able to be
See the beautiful Volland cards,
booklets, calendars and pictures at
The Murray Company. 3-3't
It will be to your interest to see
my supply of Bracelets, Lavelliers
and Watches for holiday gifts. J.
C. Smith, the Jeweler. 4-6t.
They say the food and servlcu at
the Ocala iHouse dining room is line.
The proof of the pudding Is in chew-
the bag. 2 3-tf
Globe-Wemicke cabinets and safes
are the most useful of Christmas
presents to your office outfit. At 'lie
Hurray Company. 3-3t
Mr. S. L. Ditto went yesterday to
Eusti:?, to take an order for A re
escapes for one of the big buildings
in that uptodate town.
Mrs. F. W. "Whitney, the expert
French dry cleaner now has charge
of the.'. Persian, 10 Oklawaha av u u-nve.
nve. u-nve. Sfce makes a specialty of ladies
work, such as dyeing, .cleaning axd
pre -sing of fine fabrics. She invites
thi trade of the better class of laditos
and geitlemen. 3-tf
An elegant line of Secret Society
emblem "pins and buttons just arriv arrived
ed arrived for tlie holiday trade; sill lodges?
represented in the line. J. C. Smith,
Urers, of Red .Cross seals musf;
bear in nind order No. 502:0 : of .'.the
postolkce department: Red Cro;i'.
seals muJt be affixed to the re vers
side of domestic mail matter. They
may be placed anywhere on packages
going by express. L f;
The Marion Mercantile Company
neglected to state in its half page ac ac-vertisemr
vertisemr ac-vertisemr t that it will sell gnaran
teed fresh country eggs at 33 cents
per dozen on the special sale days.- It.
W. K. lane, M. IX, Physician ain't jt
Burgeon,' i r ecialist Eye, Ear, Nosii
; and threat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla. K
All prescriptions fillel til the
Court PhiT!macy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and : with absolutely fresh
Mr. T. W. Troxler, having had all
the improvements on his fruit and
ref reshmer. t stand completed now
".has one of the prettiest and neatest
places in town. The .floor has been
lowered flush' with the sidewalk, the
sntiquated doors and windows re replaced
placed replaced with an uptodate open front,
and the entire interior harmoniously
and artistically decorated. Mr. Trox Troxler,
ler, Troxler, in the many years that he has
conducted this business, has estab established
lished established "an enviable reputation for
dealing in only the best of goods, and
this, improvement presents them in
Whole wheat bread made under n
new process, wrapped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this.s Carter's Bakery. x7-tf
open dx xyj AiGirr
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Mtals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
Forwent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT Lower flat for ent on
Oklawaha avenue. AH modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply Mrs. B. D. Black Blackburn,
burn, Blackburn, 428 Oklawaha avenue. 30-tf
FOR SALE-Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Thred unfurnished rooms
by young married couple. Must
be close In and in desir-abie neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address care Star, dh :
POSITION VANTEI-A competent
young man trants a position as
bookkeeper or office .man; -fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, but
not ja typewriter or stenographer.
(Address Star office. 25-tf ;
UAKE 'HOUSE FOR RENT tA new,
-modern, o-room cottage, bath,
screens, etc., completely; furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; close to iLake fVeir, adjoining
orange grove of Carney Invest-
. ment Co., for rent for the winter.
' Address, H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
iFla. V;",-'p.v 27-30t ;
WANTED A flat top office desk and
chair. Phone 448. : 28-6t.
FOR SALE Ten, room house and
five room house, each with bath,'
Nos. 302 and 306, South Fourth
street, east; both now rentedPrice
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 lighthouse lighthouse-keeping;
keeping; lighthouse-keeping; city and cistern water.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 SouthFifth
FOR SALE Nice large residence on
beautiful, large lot; in best neigh neighborhood;
borhood; neighborhood; 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
Smith at Mrs. Haycraft's millinery
GIRL WANTED In Printing Office.
A girl from 16 to 18 years of age,
intelligent, quick at learning, who
will try to learn and stick to the
4 work, can get a position" in the
Star office. 30-tf
WANTED A good second hand bi-
cycle; must be in good shape and
cheap; will pay cash. Apply to the
Marion Mercantile Co., hear Sea-
" board depot. 3-6t K
New books, juvenile and grovn ups,
at The Murray Company. 3-3.tr j
WANTED Traveling salesman to
carry an up to date l ne of trunks
and bags on commission. No ad advance.
vance. advance. The Petersburg Baggage
Co., Petersburg, Va. 4-lt.
i ) r Worth Knowirg. ;
The more recent discussions as to
the earth's age have placed ttia, time
as follows: Lord Kelvin, ;in 18G2, 20, 20,-000,000
000,000 20,-000,000 to 400,00r 000 ye ire, with, a
probable 9 8,000,000; f In 1897 Lord Kel Kelvin
vin Kelvin revised his figures to 20,000,000 to
40,000,000 years; Clarence King aDd
Carl Varus, in 1893, 24,000,000 years;
De Lapparent, inl890, 67,0)0,000 to 90, 90,-000,000
000,000 90,-000,000 years; Charles D. Walcott, sec secretary
retary secretary of the Smithsonian institution,
in- 1893, maximum age, 70,000,000
years. C 8 :
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6 N. Michlaan Ave, CHICAGO
ye oov ivimii vriitnyet biui.
Thougb It Is CHJUceiyable that man mankind
kind mankind may nave spread from a com common,
mon, common, center over the entire earth In a
few thousand years. Professor Arthur
Keith-In a Birmingham university lec lecture
ture lecture has pointed oui that the discover discoveries
ies discoveries of the last fifty years clearly indi indicate
cate indicate that the dispersion and fipara
tion Into widely separated races has
not been a rapid process. The inhab inhabitants
itants inhabitants of the lower Nile valley., tbougb
Immigrants have arrived among them,
show.- clearly persistence of the old
types for 8.000 years. -The permanence
o? human types has also snown in
Anierica. and a bu man skeleton of
Lansing. Ka n.. found at a deptb of
twenty-three feet In a glacial deposit,
probably dates back 12.000 years.-; The
men of England of 5.000 yean ago bad
the modern stature, with the form of
bead and strength of muscle of many
men Of today, ; Prof esor K eltb de declared
clared declared that his audiences bad repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the men; of the Derby
shire cave, in America the red Indian
preserves the form of men who lived
before the last; glacial Invasion, and
the predjnastlc Egyptian survives In
tribes on the Red sea. New York
Press. i '' "'
She Knew How.
They bad been married but a few
weeks when they "decided to have a
turkey dinner for some friends. The
young wife was very Inexperienced in
cooking and spent some time In con consulting
sulting consulting her cookbook. The bird arrlv
ed. and the young husband asked:
MDont you know how to do it. dear
They both gazed solemnly at the tur
key for a moment, and then the wife
replied: -;v-..' ; .;;' 'rY
"Yes, darling. its all quite clear ex except
cept except one thing, and 1 can't qulte un
dersta nd that
VAnd what is tbat. love?" asked the
young husbafad anxiously. :
"Why. the book says, 'First clean
your turkey. replied she. "and 1 am
wondering whether I should cse toilet
or regular scouring soap. Boston
Herald.-1 . : -'.' -'.'
f Jeasurln a a Tree's Height. -.
5 The simplest way to find out the
beight of a tree is one that civilized
man owes to one of the most primitive
races the Australian bushmen. Stand
with your back toward the tree at a
point that you think the top, of the
tree would reach If the tree were felled.
Stoop down and f took back between
your legs at the top of the tree. Move
forward or backward until : you can
Just see,; tlie sky over the highest
branch; there make your mark The
distance from f that mark to the, trunk
will be the height of: the trcf There
may, be some boys so built that they
cannot measure anything 'higher than
a gooseberry bush by this method, but
even these i will find it an amusingly
accurate substitute for more Bsicntific
methods. Youth's Companion.
'', ;;, , .....
? Cash and Credit.
V Old ReVerdy Scarlett of, ; DallUnore
in" return for a favor of some, klfid or
other set out one day to give a young
Baltimore business man some good ad
"Young man." be began, "have you
got any cash? ; .
"Yes, sir." was the reply. ;
"And have you got any credit??
v"Yes. sir."- . ,: ; ;
IIumphr said Iteverdy and he, blew,
a cloud of smoke Into the air.- ?Well.
my boy, i I'll Just give you this one little
piece of counsel. Use your credit up
fii-st Yoc r cash is good at any ;Ume,"
cnlefly froix Sicily,1 It is a svect sub:
Btince obtain ed from a small '.tree
known as the manna asti. Thi$ tree
can be grown as far north as England,
but In that country It yields no manna
and Is cultivated.''- for ornament only.
Th& mannn is formed" from ; the eap
Th 9 trees are ready to be tapp jd at
the age of night years. wbcn the tems
have a diameter of about three Inches
' Exceptional.- s' ;' .';"..;'."-" i" ;
Mr. Bore I don't see ,why people
keep dlarie;;. do yout v'-' i'.-.-jV-. V
Miss Lenore Why. to write down
their thouglits. keep a record of their
Mr.f Bore (interrupting ben Bat
that's all foolishness. 1 can keep tbose
In my head. ; .
M Iss Len ireTba t's a very good
way; but. then, not everybody baft the
-:,:;.' i :
r Only One Face.
Bobby walked round and. round the
visitor and seemed to be ; Inspecting
her from all sides. .. r
"Why do iju look at me so. Bobby?"
said she. ; T
"Mamma said you were nvo faced,
but 1 can't find but one. said Bobby
gravely: ; ; ; :
Fill of Mystery.
Doctor And what did you eat for
dinner? Patient I can't tell you.
Doctor You can't tell me? Patient Patient-No.
No. Patient-No. I ordered chicken croquettes iind
mince pie I Town Topics.
Offlct Boy Dat caller's got a funny
name. Editor Oh. be left his name,
did be? Office Boy Yesslr. I asked
him, and be said It wuz immaterial.
Cleveland Leac er.;
In and Out- J
The problemi of poUticlaiis miy!i
grouped under two general heacls,
Uow to get money Into the public
treasury and how. to get It out Life-
Truly unhappy Is the man who leaves
undone what be can do and undertakes
wbsr h does not nndftrstiinrt a1m
New York, Dec. 4. Turpentine 47
to 47 -2. .Rosin unchanged.
New York, Dec. 4. Cotton steady,
four points lower to one point higher.
Later recovering. December G.9S;
March t 7:35; day 7.4S. Liverpool
easy, middling .4.35.
This report-is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. ,B.
Wieihe, official obserrer for tlie gov-
, Max. Zl'in. R. F,
Dec. 1 .....72
Dec, 2 ... 76
Dec. 3 ;74
' ' Local Forecast
Partly cloudy in northwest portion
and showers in peninsula tonight;
cooler, tonight; Saturday fair, cooler
Madrid, Spain, Dec. 4 It is repsri: repsri:-ed
ed repsri:-ed here that, the Portugese cnHn.t
t C 9 I i i I I
Very cheap for cash or can
make favorable terms or vill
trade for city property. S22
... -J. 1
At the Conurthouse, Ocala, FloriJ;
" The prlcclc23 privIlc:;o,cf .Eurc; ::.a
travel,' onco secured, Is often ui:r ui:r-ralued
ralued ui:r-ralued , by Americans: Lipi-cott'a
tell 3 of tv.-o American girls tul-irj to together
gether together in Paris: 'What hall t;o Co th!3
aftenioca?" "Lct3 go to tho Lcu;:c."
Qh, no; I've been there alrcr.r, crA
It's not the ort of placo ycu c:.r3 to
go to ir:ore. than once' The Z lanisla
de Louvre woulddoubtless have fccca
better appreciated by this youn
woman. 1 "7
Child Liable to De Spoiled.
.At Zarantanto, there has' Just cc
CEirred a case which is probably
;uniQua of its kind. A i:hlld hr.3 been
born' While. Its father; grandfather,
great-srandfather and great-great-grandfather
are all' living. Its name is
TJrrlticocchea, yand tho family aro
Bazque farm laborers. The great greatgrandfather
grandfather greatgrandfather and gfeat-crct-grand'
fathei have, acted a3 godfather to tho
child. The. united family ; ccatltu:?
.nearly a whole yillarfv
' ; Ornaments of the Oyster. 4 "
A kindergarten 'teacher, after en
ph.inlng to her much interested clas3
tha.t,bird3 have feathers," bears have
fur, sheep have wool; etc., asked the
QUastIon: 'Novv-, who can tell mo
whit oysters have?" A bright littlo
Girl, very eager to recite, -answer'
"Crickers." National Monthly.
Queerest Vord in Lanuc2, -f
Pccket-handkerchief Is the quecrc-t
wore! in the language. T At firiit it was
kerciief (couvre-chef) a covering for
the lead; then it became handkerchief,
a covering for the head carried in the
hand and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a co-rerlng for the head held In tho
hand and kept In the pocket. t
A'o Live Too Fest for Diaries.
"When the inner history of tha crisis
:!a toll by "the private diarie3 of to today,"
day," today," remarks the "Observer," In ret ret-erencf
erencf ret-erencf to the rather musing political
situation: of thelnomen't.WelL'rwe'-stop'
there with the query; Is there:a pri private
vate private diarist?, Is there a man In this
hurried age who goes home and sits
clown.-s tired v with action, facts the
eplendid industry of the 1 diary, and
makes it up?I)n.iou Chronicle.
XOTICI3 OF riLECTIO.V
Ocala, Florida. Nov. 1914.
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the mdersined as mayor,' of
tne cit:r or Ucala. a munlclMl coiftora-
ti on organized and existingr under the
laws oi! the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim ana srlve notice -thit a imuni
cipal election for the city tit Oeala Is
herehy alled and will be "held ta the
said, citr of Ocala, ijianon -co aixty- lor
Ida, on the
Hay of December, A. D. 1014
for the purpose of electing a
mayor f the said city: also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
courtdliaen from the second ware, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to serve as regular 'cotincll 'cotincll-m&n
m&n 'cotincll-m&n frcm said ward and one to fill un
expired term of E. E. Robfcison: also
one councilman from third ward; -also
two councilmen from fourth ward, to
w4t: on. to serve as regTilar council
miui from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby -appoint the
inspectors and cierKs as roiiows:
Ward No. One: O B. Horse, F. B.
Beckham. J. II. Spencer, inspectors, and
J. W. Kiia. clerk v
Ward No. Two: C. H, Mathews. Isaac
Stevens, C. -M. Llvingrston, 'nspectors,
ani TT. IT. whetstone, cleric.
W r 1 No. Three: 1 Warner, L.
Hurst --A; D. Fausett, inspectors, and J,
D. Bailey, clerk.
Ward o. Four: E.W. Kray bill, I. W.
Offle. W H. McConn. inspectors, and
A. Y. Strunk, clerk.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: IT. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk- 11-f-frl
? Ru Her. Aobott Cliarlcs, Pres.
:Five Miles .Vc-t of Dado City, and
I Boarding School for Boys
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vho hr.3 been err:!jd for
further information adilr.
vrho owes the due II in
in jo it ti tne?
of cotirso f j-pn think that jou
the question is worth oohsidcilns,
the dcvelopiiient of individual
in te.beginnis of clFiHzation
of the earth, nomadic .tribes" canipc.i over partlculrr tcctlc:
homes aisd trading places were
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