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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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IS A-RAID THAT SUCH A POLICY I.IIIT CREATE All II-
FJyOiBLE IiMSSli ABROAD

Washington, Deo. 7. President Wil Wil-today
today Wil-today placed himrelf in formal oppo opposition
sition opposition to inquiries into the army and
navy unpreparedness, proposed by
Congressman Gardner, of Massachu Massachusetts.
setts. Massachusetts. 'Hie president told Mr. Gard Gardner
ner Gardner he opposed the method of the pro proposed
posed proposed inquiry, because he believed it
unwise, as it might create unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable international impressions.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
FROM VICE PRESIDENT
MARSHALL
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Washington, Dec?. "The great in increase
crease increase of the army and navy which we
hear advocated will not be required
of the United States today or to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, nor can it be supplied right
away." ',
With thii statement, Vice President
Marshall announces his opposition to
a bigger army and navy.
SIM-Ililil GOilGRESS
SESS10
DEMOCRATS HOPE TO FINISIt
ALL BUSINESS DURING
' SHORT TERM
Washington, Dec. 7. The third ses session
sion session of the sis ty-third congress con convened
vened convened at noon today. "Members of
both houses flocked to Washington
last night, ending their holiday re recess
cess recess of six weeks, which followed
the long session which closed late
in October. Democratic leaders unan unanimously
imously unanimously express the hope that the ex executive
ecutive executive program of the appropriation
measures can be concluded by March
4, next, when the present Congress
automatically will end. Many repub republican
lican republican leaders, however, have said they
will urge many important measures
and some indicated that supply bills
ought to be delayed to such an ex extent
tent extent that an extra session next spring
and summer will be necessary.
AN AMENDMENT IMMEDIATELY j
OFFERED
In the Senate, memorials from
many churches and women's- clubs,
urging the adoption of a constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment prohibiting poly polygamy,
gamy, polygamy, were read.
In the House, .Speaker Clark re received
ceived received a great ovation.
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BETTER, SHAPE THAN AT ANY
' TIME SINCE BEGINNING OF
; 96-DAY BATTLE
Paris, Dev. ; 7. It is officially re reported
ported reported this afternoon that the heavy
rench artillery is gaining advantage
oyer the Germans. Offensive opera
tions alonir the Yser by the allies
continue, but the allies claim no great
progress. The Germans are resisting
stubbornly.
:. Some progress has been made
along the Hfser canal, south of Dix Dix-mude,.
mude,. Dix-mude,. where the Germans have been
driv en from their advanced position
by heavy cannonading; also, north of
Cambrin, where the French artillery
has caused i great havoc in the Ger German
man German trenches. The Germans aban abandoned
doned abandoned their position there, leaving
many dead and wounded.
FRENCH ARE ENCOURAGED
Northwest of Verdun the German
artillery was silenced. Near Dammer Dammer-wirch,
wirch, Dammer-wirch, in the southern. Vosges region,
the Fiench are moving "forward '.large
reinforcements Hard fighting is re reported
ported reported around' Aspach.
French military experts claim that
the situation is: more favorable today
than at any time since the battle,
which has now 'lasted for ninety-six
days, started. t
SUPPLIES FOR THE STARVING
Big Load of Flour Bought for the
Iblgians '
Washington, D. C.f Dec. 7.Forty
thousand dollars: worth of flour for
the starving Belgians was purchased
yesterday by the Belgian Relief Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. It will be sent immediately
to Belgium by Lynden W. Bates, pur purchasing
chasing purchasing agent in the United States
of the American- committee estab established
lished established in London. This sum repre represents
sents represents a part of the contribution re received
ceived received by the central committee from
nearly every state.
OPEN DAY AND X1GHT
Merchants Cafe. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv. 4
Pythian Sisters tomorrow night

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FROWl NOWON PRICES WILL RANGE FROM $25 AND UP
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 Gutirantee
o Be All Wool. ;
WE WILL A LS O CONTINUE TO M AKE TH E S 1 5 S U I TS AND OVERCOATS
Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.

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Monteviedo, Dec. 7. It is reported
that, a naval battle, is raging in the
Atlantic off the Uruguayan coast be between
tween between British and German fleets. It
is possible that Japanese warships
are engaged.
BRITISH TOOK A GERMAN BOAT
The German steamship Patagonia,
carrying supplies to the Germans,
was sunk by the British cruiser Glas Glasgow,
gow, Glasgow, off the River Platte. The Glas Glasgow
gow Glasgow was one of the cruisers in Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Craddock's squadron, which was
disastrously defeated by the Germans
off the Chilean ; coast a few weeks
ago.' The Glasgow, by her superior
speed, escaped, and came thru the
straits of Magellan into ,the Atlantic.
LOST
TUB SHIP
MERCHANT VESSELS RAN ONTO
GERMAN MINES
Stockholm, Dec. 7. The Swedish
steamships Luka and Finnish' Ever-
ilda were sunk by mines off Bjome-
dorg, on the Gulf of Bothnia, today.
The crew of the Luka was saved, but
the Everilda's crew was lost.
OUT THE S
KANSAS IS TfOT AGROUND ON
THE MARYLAND COAST
New York, Dec. 7 A furious storm
is sweeping the coast of the North
Atlantic. The batteship Kansas is
anchored off the coast at Ocean City,
Md., for safety and not aground as re reported
ported reported last night. Many 'minor acci accidents
dents accidents to shipping ; have occurred.
TURKS CLAIM
VICTORY ON THE TIGRIS
British Must Must Have Gone a Long
Way in their Boats
, Constantinople, Dec 7. The Brit British
ish British landed an expeditionary force be between
tween between the Tigris and Su vaga, and
were repulsed by the Turks with
heavy loss, according to an official an announcement.
nouncement. announcement. All prescriptions fillei at the
Court Pharmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
drugs. 2-6t'
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at recced prices at
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GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA ALONE
STANDS BETWEEN FRANK
AND THE GALLOWS
Washington, Dec. 7. The United
States Supreme court, as a whole, to
day denied the writ of error of Leo
Frank, the Atlanta pencil factory
superintendent who was convicted of
the murder of Mary Phagan.
Frank will be hung for the crime
unless Governor Slaton of Georgia
commutes his sentence, as his lawyers
have exhausted every means at hand
to secure a new trial.
OTHER- IMPORTANT DECISIONS
4 BY THE SUPREME COURT
The supreme court today declared
the Arkansas franchise law constitu
tional. : It also sustained the Inter
state Commerce Commission in re
straining : the railroads from giving
Nashville re-billing privileges on
grain in transit.. v '
lEFIHITE
On the Part of Roumania to Espouse
; the Cause of the Allies
Geneva, Dec. 7. The Journal de
Geneve publishes a dispatch from Bu Bucharest
charest Bucharest saying Roumania has definite definitely
ly definitely decided to enter the war on the
side of the allies. .
This decision according to the dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, is in accordance with the wish
of the entire country, including King
Ferdinand, and all of the Roumanian
statesmen,., except Minister f of Fi Finance
nance Finance M. Marghileman. ; ; :
SEVERE NORTHEAST STORJI
Worst in Twenty-Six Years Swept
Virginia Co.ist Sunday
Norfolk, Va.f Dec. 7. The tidewa tidewater
ter tidewater of Virginia yesterday experienced
what is declared 'the severest north northeast
east northeast storm since 1 888. A velocity of
forty-two miles an hour was main maintained
tained maintained by the wind here.
ROSE BEADS
California ROSE BEADS will make
a splendid Christmas remembrance;
here you will find them at $1.50 to $5.
The supply is limited and, When they
are gone there will be no more until
after the holidays.. J. C. Smith, the
Jeweler. 4-6t.
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Berlin, Dec. 7. It is officially re
ported that the Germans occupied
Lodz Sunday. ,
Lodz is the chief manufacturing
center of Russian Poland. The popu population
lation population is made up of Austrians, Ger
mans and Jews,, and numbers about
150,000. ; ;
ARMIES OF GERSIANY GREATLY
ENCOURAGED
Folio wing the capture of Lodz, the
Germans are pressing against the
Russians, who are in full retreat. The
enemy lost heavily. It is admitted
that Mackenson's army wasf once sur surrounded
rounded surrounded and the situation was criti critical,,
cal,, critical,, but the Germans cut their way
out. Generals von Hindenburg and
Mackenson are th$ heroes of Ger Germany
many Germany today, l
ALL'S WELL FOR THE FATHER-
V LAND THIS EVENING
In addition to taking Lodz, the
Germans have gained important sucr
cesses in northern Poland. Though
the details are "unkribwif, it is certain
that the Russians lost enormously.
The Austro-German army southwest
of Pictpkrow prevented the Russians
from coming to the assistance of the
threatened, Russians 4 in northern
Poland.
' "No special reports were made from
the west today.
CHRISTMAS FOR T
BELGIAN CHILDREN
England Remembered the Stricken
.- Nation's. Orphans
X: London, Dec. 7. Ton3 of candy and
tens of thousands of toys were dis distributed
tributed distributed by kindly-disposed persons
yesterday among the many refugee
Belgian children in England. The
day was the fete of St.; Nicholas,
which in Belgium corresponds to the
Christmas day observed .in other
lands.
FOREST FIRE
Caused Death of. Charles Atkinson,
Foreman of Logging Camp
Florence, S.' C Deci 7. Charles
Atkinson, foreman of the logging
camp thirty miles from Florence, was
burned to death Sunday when a forest
fire swept the camp.
Try our steam baked bread, made
from the choicest flour and milk to
be had. Shop is always kept in
most sanitary condition. Carter's
Bakery. 5-tf.
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Petrograd, Dec. 7. The sanguinary
conflict in. Poland continues night and
da$. The city of Lodz is burning.
There are no decisive results to report
in Poland today. All the German at attacks
tacks attacks have been repulsed.
- The Germans, who were heavily re reinforced,
inforced, reinforced, attacked with great vio violence,
lence, violence, compelling the Russians to as-.
sume .the defensive. Lodz was practice-!;
ruined by a withering artil artillery,
lery, artillery, lire.
FLETCHER WORKING
FOR FLORIDA FRUIT
Washington, Dec. 7. Backed by
thf dmn.rtrr?nt. nf prnMnro. r-s-
ator, Fletcher will introduce at the
next session cf Congress a bill pro pro-vidhig
vidhig pro-vidhig for tha appropriation, of
000 to be used in a campaign to to-stamp
stamp to-stamp out the citrus canker disease disease-in
in disease-in Florida. Senator Fletcher has con consulted
sulted consulted the department of agriculture
Secretary Houston is abjured in his
efforts to give the, Florida citrus
growers federal aid in their efforts to
eradicate the pest.
AUSTRALIA IIASNT
BEEN HEARD OF
Berlin,, Dec. 7. According to re reports
ports reports received by the Italian news newspaper
paper newspaper Corriere Dela Sera, that publi-.
cation has dispatahc3 saying the Aus Australian
tralian Australian battle cruder Australia is ap-
parentiy miscing.
, Last reports of the Australia came
from Hav.'lii, where she reported by
wireless that the '- was chasing the
German cruiser Newernberg. Thi3
was late ir. Ceptcntbcj.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTIXGER & CARROLL., PROPRIETORS
K II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 'Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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

PHONE 51

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Three raonths, in advance.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

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.$5.00 One year-'In advance.....
. 2.50 Six months, in advance.
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"Those also serve who only stand
and wait." But if you stand too long,
your friends will become tired of wait waiting
ing waiting and look for somebody else to
serve them.

State and commerce department of officials
ficials officials expect cotton shipments from
America to Germany and Austria to
total 75,000 to 150,000 bales a month
as soon as the marine insurance rate
can be adjusted more satisfactorily to
shippers.

"Smile and the world -' smiles with
you," very truly says, Ella Wheeler
Wilcox. But if you make a ridiculous
exhibition of yourself, the world will
smile at you, and seem to obtain more
satisfaction out of it than by smiling
with you.

A few weeks ago, when the Orlando
Sentinel changed hands, the Star was
afraid that bright and newsy paper
would deteriorate from the high
standard which had been set for it by
its former proprietors and editor.
But we are glad to see that the Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel is as watchful as ever, and as
happy in reporting the result of its
observations.

The Star will miss Rev. W. H.
Bodge. For the last four or five years,
whenever the Star wanted a Scripture
quotation, instead of searching the
Bible it would grab the telephone afid
'call for two, double three. If the doc doctor
tor doctor was at home, he would always
:give ths information quicker than.it
'could be obtained from the book. One
night, the Star which seldom sets be before
fore before 1 a. m.j called the doctor out of
bed, but he answered as accurately
and gcodnaturedly as he could have
done from the pulpit.

most people who travel are decent,

and many are refined, and for the
sake of these the roads should do
their best to keep their cars up to a
certain standard. They can put a
stop to spitting and some other forms
of untidiness in the coaches if they
will. Besides, people are about the
same the country over, and if one
railroad can keep its cars in good
shape, all of them can. And if any
one railroad can keep its cars reas reasonably
onably reasonably clean in Georgia, Virginia and
the Carolinas, it can keep them so in
Florida, if it tries hard enough.

cided to have the Marion Hardware j cord as alderman, and his friends
Co. blast that stump out with dyna-lknow him well enough to be confident

mite, and if the Japs ever invade
Florida will use it for a bombproof.

ELECTION OF CITY OFFICERS

PUT AN OCALA MAN
IN A PROMINENT PLACE

A dispatch from Atlanta to the
Savannah News of Saturday says:
"Atlanta, Dec. 4. Rumors of dis dissatisfaction
satisfaction dissatisfaction over the financing of the
Ansley hotel, one of Atlanta's newest

The annual city election will occur
tomorrow. The officers to be elected
are mayor, one alderman in the first
ward, two in the second,one in the
third and two in the fourth.
The following little sketch of the
candidates should not be considered
a3 a campaign article. The voters
have already made up their minds

who to vote for, and the Star is not
enough, perturbed over the result to
try to change it. The campaign has
been very calm and peaceful, and tho
friends of some of the candidates
have worked diligently for them, the
work has been quiet and comparative comparatively
ly comparatively free from ill feeling, and the Star
desires to see the election carried out
in the same spirit.
For mayor, Mr. J. D. Robertson,
who has already served five terms
has no opposition. The impression is
that Mr. Robertson can hold the. office
as long as he wants it. He has al always
ways always given the city a clean and hon honest
est honest administration, makes mistakes
sometimes, but generally shows good
sense and always public spirit. There
is never any doubt about what side of
a question he is on, and when he
takes a position he always does so
without any reference as to whether
he is in the minority or not. He
musters a strong force of faithful

friends and will always be a power to

reckon with in city and county affairs.

In the first ward Messrs. D. W.
Tompkins and E. C. Bennett oppose
each other. Mr. Tompkins, has never

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that if elected he will sustain the
reputation already gained. Mr. Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson is one of Mclver & MacKay's
popular and efficient clerks. The Star
is informed he was put in the race
without being consulted, and does not
desire the office.
Last but not least is Mr. G. A. Nash,

candidate for the short term as alder-!
man in the fourth ward; It is not
necessary for the Star to recommend
"Captain" Nash, for thirty years a
citizen of Ocala, and a man who has

never failed the public or his friends
in any position where he was placed.
He las no opposition, and it would be
a very difficult matter to find any man
who could defeat him for any office
he consented to stand for. : He is one
of those quiet, steadfast men for whom
the motto "Ich Dien" was intended
and his fellow citizens did well when
they induced him to become a can candidate.
didate. candidate.
' In looking over this list of candi candidates,
dates, candidates, the Star is much encouraged
at its quality. It doesn't think that
any town could put up a list of candi

dates of higher average, and while
it has its preferences among them it
will not feel despondent at the defeat
or election of any. As long as our

I town can have its pick of such men,

Ocala will : have a clean and capable
government and .keep abreast with
any city of its size.'

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THE CHRIST3IAS THOUGHT

Ideas on Christmas giving are rap rapidly
idly rapidly changing among the sensible.
Those who think as they give are
looking -for a year-round service as
the important thing.
In' a week of shopping, with all its
strain, you will not find a better gift
than a year's subscription to the
Youth's Companion. It offers its ser

vice, its clean entertainment, its nne

dent, thus exchanging places with two years, during which time he has suggestiveness week after week; and

institutions of this kind, are said to

be responsible for the election at a held office, but, he is one of our repre-

meeting of the board of directors to today
day today of R. S. Hall of Ocala, Fla., as
president in place of J. B. Pound of

sentative men, has the entire confi confidence
dence confidence of all his friends and will make
a first-class alderman if he is elected.

Chattanooga, who become vice presi-1 Mr. Bennett has held the office for

It is a very good thing to manifest
a deep interest in the spiritual wel welfare
fare welfare of your neighbor; also, inex inexpensive,
pensive, inexpensive, for neither your work nor
your money is needed in paving the
-golden streets or cultivating the gar gardens
dens gardens where the flowers never fade. Its
ievea better to be on the lookout to
Iheip your neighbor when he needs it,
cnobstrusively but cheerfully, so he
will feel it is friendship, not charity
that prompts your act. Even religion
can't make up for all that is lacking
in lonely lives and darkened homes.

Mr. Hall. E. E. Robinson of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville was made secretary and treas treasurer
urer treasurer in place of M. A. Irwin, who
was associated with Mr. Pound in that
capacity. The capital stock of the
company was increased from. $200,000
to $300,000 and it was announced
that hereafter Mr. Pound's connection
with the hotel would be entirely in an
advisory capacity. Mr. Pound made;
a statement following the meeting to
the effect that the position of presi president
dent president was purely an honorary one, and
it was desired to get Mr. Hall more
interested in the hotel. He said that
he would control the institution as
managing director. According to the
report the dissatisfaction of stock stockholders
holders stockholders with Mr. Pound's manage management
ment management is said to date from last August.
No dividend has yet been declared,
although it is asserted the hotel
earned in the first year over. $110, $110,-000."
000." $110,-000."
Mr. Hall seems to be a mascot for
hotels. He has owned,, built or held
stock in several, and as soon as he
becomes interested in one it begins to
thrive. The Hotel Ansley in Atlanta

done much hard work for the city. In
addition to his work on his own com committees,
mittees, committees, fire, streets and police, he
has given the light and water com committee
mittee committee the benefit of his experience
as an electrician, which has been of
considerable use more than once. It

the end of the year, which finds Eiany
a gift in the attic, dust-covered and
forgotten, brings' the Companion

again, with all the charm of last
Christmastide.

NolAmerican monthly at any price

offers the same amount of readinir.

is not possible to forecast which of and none can offer better quality. Less

these popular gentlemen will win. than four cents a week provides this

In the second ward, Mr. J. M-Mef- best of Christmas gifts $2 a year.

fert is the unopposed candidate for If you subscribe now, all the remain-

the short term. Mr. Meffert is a vet- mg issues of the year will ; be sent
eran in city government, having serv- free, and the Companion Home Cal-

ed before. No man knows better endar. A copy of the calendar is also

sent to those who make a gift sub subscription.
scription. subscription. Send for sample- copies,
and the forecast for 1915. The Youth's

Companion, 144 Berkeley street. Bos

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lucky to secure his services. -.
For the long term, Mr. C. W. Hun
ter, the present incumbent, is oppos

ed by Mr. J. J. Gerig. Mr. Hunter, ton, Mass New subscriptions receiv-

himself elected to fill a short term,

has for the past year been president
of the council,! and in that position
has had more to do with the city gov

ernment than any other member.
During his term of office, various

matters, principally the improve improvement
ment improvement of the light and water plant,

beside other affairs of less moment,

have made a beginning, arid with a

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Herbert C. Hoover, chairman of the

American Commission for Relief in

Belgium, has the following to say of
the German attitude toward supplies
sent from America to the starving
Belgians: "We are meeting with no
pbstinction from the military author

ities in Belgium. Not one loaf of
bread or one spoonful of salt that we
have introduced has been taken by the
military authority. The most string stringent
ent stringent orders have been given that we
shall have no interference arid our
members meet with assistance in all
quarters.

is one of the finest in the South, and workman's, interest in his ask, he has

since its opening- has entertained desired to help carry them to comple-

many prominent people from all over tion, else he would have declined to

the world.

run, as he nas iound the duties oi a

councilman a heavy addition to his

Sunday school business affairs. Mr. Hunter has

In designating Merton Mann to
draw plans for the Carnegie library,
the library board honored a deserving
young architect. Mr. Mann studied
long- and arduously and under difficul difficulties
ties difficulties that would have prevented many
making progress. Architecture is an

art with him, and he has studied it

under the best teachers, reinforcing

his lessons with observations made in
travel in his own country and abroad.
The library plans are comparatively a
small commission,, but Mr. Mann will
take particular pains and pride with
them, and it is more than probable
that Ocala, where he passed his boy boyhood
hood boyhood days, will find other and larger
work for him to do as the years go on.

The efforts of the

workers yesterday were rewarded many excellent ideas regarding city

with considerable success,

four largest Sunday schools the at- in the welfare and progress of Ocala,

tendance was as follows: Methodist, for both of which he has been an in in-484;
484; in-484; Baptist, 326: Presbyterian, 163; dustrious worker since he came among

Christian, 59. Sunday school' interest us.

in Ocala has gained greatly in the) His opponent, Mr. J. J. Gerig, is

last few months. A great many of one of the best citizens of our town.

our citizens, who thought they had He has frequently been importuned to

bidden Sunday schools goodbye with run for office, but has always refused,
their childhood, have renewed the ac- This year, his friends took advantage

quaintance, and tho some are in their I of his absence in the north and put
second childhood, or close to it, they) him in the race without consulting

find much pleasure in the renewal, him. It would be hard work to find a

and many a happy or sacred memory more genial gentleman and better
returns to them as they listen again business man. than Jake Gerig-a

to the old, familiar songs that never man who, notwithstanding his abund

seem the same outside a Sunday ant good nature, is capable of taking

Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to TLeesburg
05 p. mi
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville

6:05 a. m.

No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg-2: 05 a. m.

No. 8, St. Petersburg to Jackson

ville 2:05 -a. in.

No.. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg .2:40 p. m.

school.

In the city jail last week there

were eight white men, all of whom

had been arrested for vagrancy and

bad behavior and were not able to pay
their fines. During this time there

was not a single colored prisoner. A

rather unusual state of affairs.

At the government and the greatest interest L.tn i .1

No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 6:10 j

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No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:50

a. m.

No. 48, Ocala to Homosassa

Leaves, 2:02 p. m.

iNo. .49, Homosassa to Ocala Ar

rives 1:05 p. to. '

No. 35 (Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake

land 6:40 a. an.; Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.

(No. 32 (Sunnyjim) (Lakeland .to

Ocala 9 :50 p. m.. Tuesday, Thurs

day and Saturday.

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6110 a.

m., Monday, Wednesday .and. (Friday.

!No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:4 5 p.

in., Monday, Wednesday and 'Friday.
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OPTICAL
GOODS,

as nrm a stana ior principle as any

man living. If he is elected, he' will

work steadily and systematically for

civic improvement and good govern

ment.

In the third ward, Mr. H. A.
Fausett has no opposition! Mr.
Fausett is a number one citizen, and

his ward should keep him in office as

long as he will serve.

In the fourth, the old veteran, Mr.

of thejG. A. Carmichael, who has represent-

Cross ed that ward for twenty-eight years,

A. gentleman who travels around a
right smart and keeps his eyes open,

jumped on the Star the other day be because
cause because it criticises a railroad so sharp sharply
ly sharply for having dirty cars on its trains.
He said the Star should criticise the
traveling public for making so much
'dirt in the cars, and said between tq tq-bacco
bacco tq-bacco chewers, peanut eaters and a
number of other folks who should
wear nosebags when they go in pub

lic, the railroads had mighty little
chance to keep their passenger
cars in decent condition. The Star
has traveled some itself, and has
mournfully observed on the trains
many people who seem to have been
born in- a stable and should ride no nowhere
where nowhere except in a cattle car. But

Users of Red Cross seals must

bear in mind order No. 5020
postoffice department: Red

seals must be affixed to the reverse and who only allowed his name to go
side of domestic mail matter. They on the ticket at the request of the

may be placed anywhere on packages other councilmen, added to that of

going by express.

A young friend of ours, discovering
a stump in his backyard not much
of a stump, but one just the right
size to stump his toe against on a
dark night decided to dig it up yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning. Being of. an econom economical
ical economical turn of mine, he tried to devote
to this undertaking the time he
should have put in at Sunday school.
The face value of the stump was
about 2 mills, but it had a federal re reserve
serve reserve of $1.08. WTien the young man's
better eleven-twelfths called him to

dinner, he was about five feet under

ground and still digging. He has de-

friends all over the city, has decided
that his health will not allow him
to serve longer. ,Mr. Carmichael has
served the city so long and well that
voting for him had become a biennial
formality. His colleagues on the
council will miss him greatly and it is
not likely that any other man will
ever serve the city so long and so
well.
Mr. CarmichaePs withdrawal leaves
Messrs. F G. B. Weihe and W. A.

Robertson candidates for the long

term in the fourth. Mr. Weihe has

already served on the council a couple

of terms and is perfectly familiar
with city affairs. He made a fine re-

No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa-1:45a.m.

(No, 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar

rive, 1:10 p. m.; leave, 1:'2.5.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa Tampa-2:33
2:33 Tampa-2:33 p. m.

No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:50

a. m.

No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville -Ar

rive 1 : 12 p. m. ; leave 1 : 3 0 p. m.

No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville

4:20 p. m.
Ocala Northern
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka
11:30 a. m.

No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka

at 1:15 p. m.

FARM FOR SALE

A farm of 55 acres, half mile from

station at Montague; 20 acres under
fence, balance cut-over land;; all good
pine land; a residence of four rooms
and kitchen; new barn and. other out outhouses;
houses; outhouses; peaches, plums, grapes and
pecans; good drilled well; cattle,
hogs, goats and chickens, and all
farming implements and tools.' Will
sell cheap for cash. Address, Owner,
John Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 4-4t

IJAY-1

MANY PEOPLE ARE NOW WEARING GLASSES THAT -WE?.::
PRESCRIBED FOR THEM MANY YEARS AGO. BUT DO YOU

NOT KNOW THAT DURING THESE YEARS YOUR EYES

HAVE UNDERGONE SOME IMPORTANT CHANGE SO TIL

YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT WHAT YOU REQUIRE NOW. YOU

SHOULD COME IN THEN AND FIND OUT. WE WILL 7
YOUR EYES AND YOUR GLASSES. .IF YOU NEED A CIIA
WE WILL TELL YOU. IF YOU DON'T NEED A CHANGE

WILL TELL YOU. THIS AD. IS WRITTEN ONLY IN
IT OF HELPING YOU.

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for ,'GiiSH OKfLY. We will sell yon Buggies be-

manufacturers cost. Buggies of the best

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in your name?
of course you thlnn. that you do; but ara you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.'
in the begin nig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
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Packing and Storing
Bliipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
BEAVER BO.IRD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling ip
Quality or Price
IXVESIGATE.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

PREMIUM LIST
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LIVE STOCK
Shorthorns
Best bull 3 years old or over, W. M.
Gist, Mcintosh.
2nd bull 3 years old or over, F. B.
Turner, Ocala.
Best bull under 1 year old, W. iVI.
Gist, Mcintosh.
Best heifer 2 years and under 3,
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best heifer 1 year old and under 2,
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Aberdeen Angus
Best bull 2 years and under 3, S.
T. Sistrunk, Ocala.

Best bull 3 years old or over, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., Ocala.
2nd bull 3 years old or over, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., Ocala.
Best bull 1 year and under 2, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., Ocala.
2nd bull 1 year and under 2 Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., Ocala.

Best cow 3 years old or over, S.
T. Sistrunk, Ocala.
Best cow and heifer 2 and under
3 years old, S. T, Sistrunk, Ocala.
Best cow and heifer 1 year and un under
der under 2, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala.
Beef Cattle Grades
Best cow 3 years old or over, S.
T. Sistrunk, Ocala.
2nd cow, 3 years old or over, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros. Ocala.
Best cow or heifer 2 years and pn pn-der
der pn-der 3, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala.
Best heifer 1 year and under 2, S.
T. Sistrunk, Ocala.
2nd heifer 1 year and under 2, F.
B. Turner, Ocala.
Best heifer under 1 year old, F.

I Soeeial award.

J.' y VVT WA V J
ves, ,A. S. Johnson, Anthony.

Fat Cattle
Best steer 2 years old and under
3, F. B. Turner, Ocala.
2nd steer 2 years old and under 3,
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best fat steer 1 year and under 2,
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
2nd fat steer 1 year and under 2,
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
2nd fat steer 1 year and under 2
F. B. Turner, Ocala.
Best calf under 1 year, F. B. Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, Ocala.
Jerseys
Best bull 3 years old or over, Jack
Camp, Ocala.
2nd bull 3 years old or over, B. B.
Keep, Boardman.
Best bull 2 years old and under 3,
S. S. Knight, Ocala.
2nd bull 2 years old and under 3,
Charles Michael, Ocala.
Best bull 1 year old and under 2,
Jack Camp, Ocala.
Best bull under 1 year old, F. W.
Ditto, Ocala.

2nd bull under 1 year old, Jack

i Camp, Ocala.

j Best cow 3 years old or over, Jack
! Camp, Oca.Ia.

2nd cow 3 years old or over, Jacx
Camp, Ocala.
Best cow or heifer. 2 years and un under
der under 3, Jack Camp, Ocala.
Best heifer 1 year old and under 2,
Jack Camp, Ocala.
2nd heifer 1 year old and under 2,
Jack Camp, Ocala.
Best heifer under i year old, Jack
Camp, Ocala.
2nd heifer vunder 1 year old, Jack
Camp, Ocala.
Swine Department D. -Berkshires
Best boar over 1 year old, W. M.

2nd sow over 1 year old, W. M. j

Gist, Mcintosh.
Duroc Jerseys
Best boar 1 year old or over,
Ridge & Gale, Belleview.

Best sow over 1 year old, Marion

Farms, Ocala.

2nd sow over 1 year old, Ridge &
Gale, Belleview.
Best sow under 1 year old, Ridge &
Gale, Belleview.
Best pen, boar and two sows, any
age, Ridge & Gale, Belleview.
Best pen pigs, (i months old or un

der, Ridge & Gale, Belleview.
Ha mp shires :
Best Ham shire boar over 1 year old,
Charles Michael, Ocala.
Poland China
vBest boar over 1 year bid, J. M.
Luffman, Oak.
Best sow over 1 year old, J. M.
Luffman, Oak.
Essex
Best boar over 1 year old, Marion
Farms, Ocala.
Mule Foot
Best ;-:ow and brood of pigs, B. E.
Raysor, Lowell.
Grade Hogs
, Best jrrade hog under 1 year old,
Claude Smith, Ocala.

tfest pen pigs 6 months old or un under,
der, under, Marion Farms, Ocala.
2nd pen pifrs 6 months old or under,
Jerry Mitchell, Ocala.
Best sow and suckling brood, Ma Marion
rion Marion Farms, Ocala.
Best fat hog, any age, Marion
Farms, Ocala.
2nd fat hog, any age, Marion
Farms, Ocala. .H
Best fat hog, 1 year and under 2,
Marion Farms, Ocala;
2nd fat hog 1 year old and under 2,
Ridge &, Gale, Belleview. f :.
Best-fat hog under 1 year old, Ma Marion
rion Marion Farms, Ocala.
2nd fat hog under lv year old,
Rdge & Gale, Belleview
Sheep; Grade Any Breed.
. Iest ram and two ewes, any age,
Ridge & Gale, Belleview.
Best lamb under 1 year old, Ridge &
Gale, Belleview.
2nd lamb under 1 year old, Mrs.
Alice Roller, Ocali
Best pen 5 lambs, Ridge & Gale.

Belleview.

Goats
Best pen milch goats. A.. S. Pick Pickett,
ett, Pickett, Ocala.
. Horses
Best standard bred stallion under
1 year, W. E. Goodyear, Ocala.
Best non-standard stallion, 3 years
or over, John Seiler, Oak.
Best stallion colt 1 year and under
2, Richard Glymp, Ocala.
Best stallion colt under 1 year,
John Seiler, Oak.
2nd stallion colt under 1 year, Wal Waldo
do Waldo Wishart, Martin.
Best mare 3 years old or over,
Howell & Chambliss, Lowell.
2nd mare 3 years old or over, J J-M.
M. J-M. Meffert, Ocala.
, Best mare colt 1 year andurder
2, Jake Jacobs, Ocala.
Best mare colt under 1 year old,
Richard Lehman, Calvary.
2nd mare colt under 1 year old,
Charles Michael, Ocala.
Best brood mare with foal at side,
Howell & Chambliss, Lowell.
2nd brood mare with foal at side,
J. N. Tiller, Martin.
- American Carriage Horses ;
Best stallion 3 years old or over,
Marion Farms, Ocala.
Best mare 3 years' old or over, A.
S. Johnson, Anthony.
2nd mare 3 years old or over, Mrs.
Alice Roller, Ocala.
American Draft Horses Purebred

Best stallion 3 years old or over,
Marion Farms, Ocala.
Thoroughbred
Best mare 3 years old or over, W. R.
Pedrick, Ocala.
2nd mare 3 ,years old over, W. R.
Pedrick, Ocala.

. . Thoroughbred Grades
Best gelding 3 years old or over,
W. A. Knoblock, Martin.
.Saddle Horses Purebred
Best stallion 3 -years old or over,
P. J. Theus, Ocala.
Best grade saddle mare or geld gelding,
ing, gelding, 3 years old or over, J. N. Tiller,
Martin.
2nd grade saddle mare or ; gelding

CONFECTIONS

They're in a class so exclusive
that they haven't even a class-mate.
They're wholly unlike any other
Chocolates and lion Boris entirely
different, in every best way.
Put up in the handsomest boxes
'she' has ever received.
fcyfiif novelty products are
here, too-:-the, odd little packages of.
dainty ittle sweets some fcr as lit little
tle little as ten cents and up.
Well have more of the 41 Trisail
early next week.

S?.-TBS1LEB.

Agent for HUYLER'S Chocolates
and BonBons

3 years old or over, Howell & Cham Chambliss,
bliss, Chambliss, Lowell.
Best grade ..saddle horse 2 years and
under 3, J. N, Tiller, Martin.
r Mules
Best mule 2 years and under 3, J.
M. MefFert, Ocala.
. 2nd mute 2 years and under 3, J.
N. Tiller, Martin.
Best mule 1 year and under 2, IIc v v-ell
ell v-ell & Chambliss, Lovell.
2nd mule 1 year and under 2 J. II.
Meffert, Ocala,
Best mule colt under 1 year J. II.
Meffert, Ocala;
'2nd mule colt under 1 year, Howell
& Chambliss, Lowell.
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Best Spanish Jack 3 years cid er
over, J. M MsfTert, Ocala.
Shf tfenJ Pcny
Best Shetland pony, single turnout,
Fred Bl 'ock, Jr., Ocala.
2nd Shetland pony single turnout,
Alice Roller, Ocala..

Best lady uder under 1G years,
no competition, Alice Poller, Ocala.
Best lady rie'er over 1G years, I.Irs.
W. Carmichael, Ocala.
?nd lady rider over 1G years, Miss
Bertha Smith, Ocala.
DO:.IESTIC EXHIBITS
Unites
Department F. Class 1.-
Best ginger bread (no competition)
Miss Katherine Livingston, Ocala.
Best tea cake, (no competition)
Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Ocala.

Best loaf cake,, Mrs. G. D. Wash Wash-burn,
burn, Wash-burn, Ocala.
2nd loaf cake, Mrs. Robert Marsh,
Ocala.
Best layer cake, Mrs. Robert Marsh,
Ocala.
2nd layer cake, Mrs. G. D. Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, Ocala.'
Best custard pi!, (no competition)
Mrs. J. II. Brinsoiv Ocala.
VBest fruit pie,- (no competition)
Mrs. J. H. Brinson,' Ocala.
Best iiome mads bread, Mrs. J. II.
Br:nson, Ocala. i
2nd home made bread. Mrs. G. D.

Washburn, Ocalar :
Best dozen light rolls, Mrs. G. W.
Gardner, Ocala.
. Best plate biscuit, Mrs. II. W. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, Ocala.
2nd plate biscuit, Mrs. Robert
Marsh, Ocala.
Best two pounds hoire made candy,
Mrs. J. A. Logan, Wel-sdale.
2nd two pounds home made candy,
Mrs. D. W. Goin, Ocala.
Class 2.
Best glass grape jelly, Mrs. W. J.
Seckinger, MarteL
2nd glass grape jelly, Mrs. F. G.
Buhl, Shady. : :
Best: glass ranberiy jelly, Mrs. G.
D. AVashburn, Ocala.
2nd glass cranberry jelly, Mrs. J.
H. Roller, Oca!-.
Best glass g va jelly, Mrs. J. C.
Crippen, Bushnell.
2nd glass guava jelly, Mrs. F. G.
Buhl, Shady.

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private car. They came especially to
see Mr. Brand's brother, Mr. H. H.
Brand, who has been critically ill at
his home on Oklawaha. Mr. Brand is
resting comfortably today.
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Animal Protection Day at the.. Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club
"Animals are such agreeable
friends they ask no questions, pass
no criticisms."
Saturday, the fifth, the only meet meeting
ing meeting of the Woman's Club for Decem

ber, was held at the club house, Mrs.
C.'R. Tydings, president, presiding.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved. From the
standing committees there were no
reports from the art, the animal pro protection,
tection, protection, ths education, forestry, Junior
Civic League, music and social. Of
the civic committee, Mrs. George
Blitch reported that plans for a muni municipal
cipal municipal Christmas tree were being per
fected. Mrs. Hocker read the report
of. the custodian, Mrs. W. A. Goin.
New curtains had been boughV and
made by the committee for the club.
Mrs. W. T. Gary, of household eco economics,
nomics, economics, announced that a committee
meeting had been held and to raise
funds to fully equip the club kitchen
with aluminum, they would take
orders for cakes, timbals, salad dress dressing,
ing, dressing, in fact, for all kinds of fancy
cooking. Aluminum gifts, she said,
would be most acceptable. Mrs. It. S.
Hall of social service, stated that Mr.
Marcu.'i W. Fagg, superintendent of
the Children's Home, Jacksonville,
would address the club on social ser service
vice service day. Mrs. H. C. Groves, of the
study class, reported a splendid class
with nineteen members. The reports
were all accepted.
Du:3 from twenty-two members
had been received, the corresponding
secretory reported. Twenty dollars
,in initiation fees and a donation of
$z.ou Irom JUrs. L,. ii. von JkngelKen
had also been collected. The treasurer
; gave a full report of the club's finan finances
ces finances f rom Nov. 6 to Dec. 5.. Total on
hand is $143.43. The secretary's re report
port report was adopted and .the treasurer's
accepted and filed.
Thu president announced that the
Red Cross seals, 5.000, would be plac
ed on sale next week.
The program for the afternoon was
in charge of the animal protection
the business meeting, the chairman,
Mrs. B. T. Perdue, took the chair.
Quotations appropriate for the day
were read by a number of members.
.Miss Nellie Stevens' gave -'an" im im-;
; im-; -promptu talk, telling of the nature
and animal"study in the primary de
partment of the school and the beie-;
fits derived.
The principal : talk of the after afternoon
noon afternoon was delivered by ; Dr. W. H.
Dodge. Dr. Dodge was a member of
the first humane society organized in
the state, the one in Jacksonville
which is now not only the largest in
Florida but one of the largest in the
South, and has always been deeply
interested in the protection of dumb
animals. His talk was splendid and
the club is under obligations to the
committee for having had the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity of having so' fine an address.
, i The program was concluded with
"two musical numbers, Marjorie Bur Burnett
nett Burnett accompanied by Mitfs Connor on
the piano, rendering on the violin the
"Cradle Song," and Miss Sidney Har Harold
old Harold playing beautifully Chopin's Bar Bar-ceus.
ceus. Bar-ceus. Mrs. D. M. Smith asked the interest
of every woman in the club to have
an amendment added to the law, to
have every negro carrying a shotgun
to be bonded. Thereby, many birds
would be saved annually,, she thinks.
Mrs. R. A. Burford reji.d resolutions
omitted from her federation report.
After adjournment, a social half -hour
was enjoyed, the hostesses being
Mrs. C. W. Hunter and Mrs. E. A. Os Osborne.
borne. Osborne. An executive board meeting was
held previous to the business meeting
and a number of bills ordered paid.
' Mrs. G. H. Harrison and children,
who have been visiting her mother,
Mrs. H. S. Watt, in Griflin, Ga., since
leaving Jacksonville, left last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to join Rev. Harrison in Gas Gas-tonia,
tonia, Gas-tonia, S. C, where they will in the
future reside.
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Mrs. C. H. Mathews of Candler is
paying a brief visit to her son, Mr.
Frank Mathews and family, at Silver
Springs.
The reading club wild meet with
Miss Janet Weathers tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Jake Brown entertained this
afternoon at an informal two-table
bridge party, complimentary to Miss
Ethel Crosby.
Mr .and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow have
rented their home to Mr. and Mrs.
Christian Ax. Mr. Ax, who is rfow in
Ocala, will return "to Baltimore for
Christmas and accompanied by Vis

family will arrive in Ocala Jan. 8th.
Mrs. Woodrow will spend the greater
part of the winter and early spring at
Woodmar and visiting her daughter,
Miss Blair Woodrow, who is enrolled
at the Woman's College in Columbia,
S. C.

Entertainment for the Hospital
On the evening of December 15th,
there will be given at the Ocala House
an entertainment for the benefit of
the Marion County Hospital. Those
in charge have arranged a program of
interesting diversions and the affair
promises to be one of the most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable of the winter. Tables will be
arranged for auction and rook and
music will be furnished for those car caring
ing caring to dance. Refreshments will be
served. Tickets for ; the entertain-
ment are now being sold. V
. Mr. Wallace O. Stovall of Tampa,
spent the week-end with his mother,
Mrs. M. H. Stovall, and sister, Mils
Minnie Stovall.
Friends will regret to hear of the
illness of Miss Tillie Pasteur at heM
home at Lake Weir. V
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Mrs. J. E. Klock, after a delightful
week-end visit to Mrs. R. R. Carroll,
returned to Eastlake yesterday after-
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iiuuii, wucic aiic (iiiu ui ,xuuwiv mc
spending the winter. They arrived
from New Hampshire the early part
of the season.
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Mrs. E. M. Overstreet, Miss Mabel
returned to Eastis Sunday aftemion
after a brief visit to Mrs. S. W. Igou.
Miss Hattie McClure of Shelbyville,
Ky., will arrive tomorrow for a ten
daysV-visit to her sister, Mrs. Bunyan
Stephens, going then to Maitland to
spend the remainder of the Winer.
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Mrs. L. H. Pillans and daughters,
Mrs. J. C. Smith and children and
Mrs. C. NV Kirkland, in the latter 's
car, will go to Electra tomorrow to
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few aui&&-few davs. Mrs. Kirkland will be the s Louise and Eve Ellis.Forsythe

guest of Mr.' and Mrs. J. G. Lege, who
are temporarily; residents of Moss
Biuff. ::
Miss Lula Griffin, one of the effi efficient
cient efficient primary teachers, was called to
her home at Sneeds last week to the
bedside of her brother who has been
verv ill with tvnhoid fever. Miss
Griffin will not be able to return until
the; new year "and her place is beins
filled bv Mrs. E. H. Martin.
Mr. R. G. Zetrouer. traveling rep-
resentative'of the Virginia-Carolina
Chemical Company, the Jacksonville
branch, spent Sunday in Ocala with
his wife who is visithW her sister
Mrs. J. F. Jenkins.
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Mrs. H. W. Henry, Sr., and Miss
Katie i Scott, attended morning ser services
vices services yesterday at Grace church, mo motoring
toring motoring up from Lake Weir with Dr.
Henry. ' '-"
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Brand and

children, the former general superin- idah6, arrived too late. They accom accom-tendent
tendent accom-tendent of the Jacksonville division panied the remains of their brother

of the A. C. L., returned to Jackson
ville Saturday night, aboard their
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Your Luck oy. Making Your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Purchases Today
ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES
KREGER'S;
A Totally Different Shop
Next door to
Munroe & Chambliss Bank

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The seventy-first session of the
Florida annual Methodist conference
will convene Wednesday morning in
Arcadia and will continue over Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Bi shop Henry C. Morrison, J).
D., will preside. r ;

Rev. F. R; Bridges, presiding1 elder
this afternoon; Dr. J. M. Gross and
Mr. J. P. Phillips leave tomorrow aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and Mrs. W. W. Qyatt and
Mrs. Richard McConathy are planning
to go down the middle and latter part
of the week. ; yf:-:j--i y i.
Members of the Methodist congre congregation
gation congregation and friends of Rev.s Bridges
and Dr. Gross here earnestly hope
that the conference twill return them
to Ocala.
Miss Ettie Cam Weds Dr. Roose
Mi ssEttteX. Cam, who for sev
eral years was a member, of the Ocala
school faculty, has jmany friends here
who will be interested to .lear nof her
marriage to Dr. Ipmer Roose of Gal
latin, Tenn. The vedding was a pret
ty event of last Aveek and took place
at the home of the bride's mother at
Chattahoochee.
Mrs. Roose is a niece of Messrs
hW. D. and Baxter Cam of this ciy.
I Her Ocala f nends Tt,gnri hpst-vrshes.
Mrs. E. G. Peek entertained the
members of the Presbyterian sewing
circle mis aiiernoon x. ner uuiuc uu
,
yiawana avenue.
Two pretty social events in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville last week were given by Mrs.
W M Tin! a nnrf Mrs. W. I,. Denham.
the former entertaining at a bridge!
luncheon Wednesday and the latter.at
a pretty luncheon Friday.
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Mrs. Claude Purvis, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. Baxter
Campbell, for several days, left last
Wednesday for Lake City where she
will visit her sister, Mrs.A. 'B.! Mc-
Duffiie, before going to her home in
Ocala. -Quincy notes in Times-Union.
Miss Frances Banks has returned
from Macon, where she was delight-
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notes m Atlanta Constitution.
Mr. and Mrs
Will
McArthur of
Month rook: were guests" Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne. V
DR. W. B. FULEIt
The remains of Dr. W. B. Fuller, of
Jacksonville, la., reached here yearly
Monday morning, and were, carried
to his old boyhood home at Haw
Ridge for interment. Dr. Fuller, was
born and reared in Dale and leaves
host of relatives and friends here
who were greatly grieved to hear of
ms death. He was a prominent and
successful physician and his death is
a great blow to those who were watch
ing his career. To the bereaved the
Star extends its most profound sym sympathy
pathy sympathy in this their great sorrow and
bereavement, Ozark, Ala., Star.
Dr. Fuller has returned from his
sad mission to Jacksonville and is
again in his office. He was with his
brother in his last hours, but an othi r
brother. Mr. J. J. Fuller of i Weiser.
to their old home in Alabama and
in the car and returned at noon on
Dr. Barnard Fuller, visited his brother
here ten years ago, and is kindly re
membered by all who met hm at that
time. He had been for a number of
years in Jacksonville, and had built
up a fine practice in that city. fv
MR. HOWARD'S HOME ROBBED
A burglar entered the home 'of Mr.
E. M. Howard, in the first ward, last
night, through a window that had
been left unfastened, first raising the
screen, and stole the contents of Mr.
Howard's purse, $20 goldpiece and
two or three dollars in chancre. The
pocketbook was left after the contents
had been removed. His watch! lying
close by, was not taken. Mr. How Howard
ard Howard was awakened and armed himself,
but was a few seconds too late, and
the man who was in his bare feet,
got safely out of the house. The
same man first tried to raise a win window
dow window in Mr. Beckham's house, next
door.
The ladies of Ocala are respectful respectfully
ly respectfully requested to call on Mrs. F. W
Whitney at the Persian, 107 Oklawa
ha Ave., and get acquainted with her,
and her mode of business. 7-tf.
Community Linen correspondence
cards with Ocala, Fla., engraved on
each card. Now sold at Gerigs. 5-tf
Purity is paramount- Tou eet ab absolute
solute absolute -PURITY an drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions her-?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf

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children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & TCnight, Drug
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11-6.
' An elegant Jine of Secret Society
emblem pins, and buttons just arriv arrived
ed arrived for 'the holiday trade; all lodges
represented in the line. J. C. Smith,
the Jeweler. x '4-6t.
FARM FOR SALE V
A farm of 55 acres, half mile from
station at Montague; 20 acres under
fence, balance cut-over land; alt good
pine land; a residence of four rooms
and kitchen; new bam and other out outhouses?
houses? outhouses? neaches. plums.; grapes, and
pecans; good drilled well; cattle, hogs,
goats ana cmcKens, anu an xaaxt
imnlements and tools. Will sell cheap
for rash. Address. Owner. John
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 2-6td-
SICK HEADACHE;
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.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Ocala, Florida, Nov. 5. 1914.
Under and by virtue of authority
vested An the undersigned as mayor of
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing under the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim and give notice that a muni municipal
cipal municipal election for the city of Ocala is
hereby called and will be (held in the
said city of Ocala, Clarion county- Florr
id a, on the ;
8th Day of December, A. : D. 1914
for the purpose of electing a
mayor of the said city; also one coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also two
councilmen from the second ward, w
wit- nn tn serve as regular council
man from-said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of K. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward; also
two councilmen from fourth ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to serve as regular council
man from said ward and one to tm un un-omirod
omirod un-omirod trm of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Beckham, J. II. Spencer, inspectors, and
.T W K"a. r-1rk.
Ward No. Two: C. H. Mathews. Isaac
Stevens, C. M. Livingston, inspectors,
and II. II. Whetstone, clerk. ;
Ward No. Three: L. Warner, I
Hurst. A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and J.
E. lialley, clerk.
Ward Co. Four: E. W. Kraybill, I. W.
O.Ip, W IT. -McConn, Inspectors, and
A. Y. Strunk, clerk.
fSeal) J. D. ROBERTSON.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: IT. C. SISTRUNK.
City Clerk 11-C-fri

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and to the left at Luver's Lane is Wyomina
Park.
There is where your home should be.
There your home would have the supplementary
setting that it deserves,,
Between domestic architecture and a natural
landscape there is a close relationship.
The character of the home sites in Wyomina
Park varies, so that a wide selection is possible.
Make a selection now and get just the site you
want.
By purchasing now yoii will get a better price,
too.
Go out into the Park today.
It is a very few minutes walk and a much
quicker ride.
"A short way out and right at Lover's Lane."
I&lDtiS EL CEAZAIL& 0M
REAL ESTATE ;
Holder Building, Postoffice Box 475,
Telephone 28. Ocala, Fla.

A FEW SUNBEAM SPECIALS

c'ackage Sunbeam Pancake Flour ''15c
Package Sunbeam Apple Butt .-r .. . 250
Package Sunbeam Cocoa . '15c
Package Sunbeam Fluffy Codfish ... . . .... 15c
Package 'Sunbeam Kidney Beans. . -. 1 5c
Package Sunbeam Salad Dressing.. .....25c

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Ilf Jsins Split Peas
Currants Evaporated Fruits
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Orange Peel Citron (
Nuts -Nut Meats
Smoked Halibut Cod Fisli
Pop Corn Bulk Samp
Potato Chips t Potato Flour

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Room ..Without, Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IX ALL ROOMS

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Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
- and Electric ; Institute ;
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville ant?
Intermediate points to Jacksonville.
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AT THE METHODIST CHURCH

. Yesterday closed the work of the
present conference year, it being the
last Sunday before the annual con conference.
ference. conference. The pastor will start to the
annual conference Tuesday.'
The conference convenes at Arca Arcadia,
dia, Arcadia, Bishop H. C. Morrison, presid presiding.
ing. presiding. The last Sunday of the confer conference
ence conference was possibly the best of the year.
There were 403 in Sunday school, 112
were in the Business Men's Bible
Class. A great work is being done by
the Sunday school. At the preaching
hour the house was crowded, some
having to sit in the lecture room.
There were ten accessions to the
church at the morning service.
The church was full again at the
evening hour for preaching and one
accession to the church. All the
claims ordered by the annual con conference
ference conference are paid in full. The pres present
ent present .membership of the church is
now -448, sixty-nine have been added
during the present year.
. To the pastor and family, this has
been a very pleasant year indeed, we
have learned to, love, the people of
Ocala very much. In this note we de desire
sire desire to express our sincere thanks to
the people of our own church, and to
the people of Ocala for the kindness
we have received, and if the bishop
returns us for another year, we will
come cheerfully. There? are great
possibilities for the church in Ocala,
if the members are loyal and faithful.
' J. M. Gross.

SACRED SESSION OF THE ELKS

The secred session, of the local
lodge of Elks, held Sunday afternoon
at the club home on North Main
street, was largely attended and the
well arranged program was carefully
carried out by the lodge and those
assisting. Dr. L. H. von Engelken,
esteemed leading knight, who was
chairman of the committee in charge
of the arrangements, acted as exalt exalted
ed exalted ruler and master of ceremonies in
the absence from the city of Exalted
Ruler David S. Williams, and filled
the position most acceptably.
The lodge room, jn which the ser services
vices services were held, was appropriately
decorated with ferns and potted
plants and purple, the lodge color,
was in evidence at the stations of the
different officers of the lodge and on
the engraved programs.
Rev. IBunyan Stephens, pastor of
the Baptist church, was the speaker
of the occasion, and his remarks
were most befitting. Rev. Stephens
referred to the" fact: that it;wTas a
great honor to him to be called upon
for the third I time to address the
members of Ocala lodge at the ses session
sion session commemorated to their absent
brothers, instancing that the senti sentiment
ment sentiment there expressed went .hand in
hand with the church's reverence for
the dead.
Rev. Stephens spoke of the homage
paid the dead by the different nations
of the world,, and showed that in
death the peoples of all nationalities
were prone to write the faults of
their brothers upon the sands and
their virtues upon the tablets of love
and memory, laying flowers upon the
bier and keeping green the memory
of those who had been called home.
The following is the program in
detail as rendered, and each number
was entirely appropriate and very
pleasing, the quartet and solo num numbers
bers numbers being especially so.
Prelude, selected Mr. W. W. Con Condon,
don, Condon, Mrs. R. N. Dosh.
Opening ceremonies.
Hymn, quartet Mrs. C. E. Win Winston,
ston, Winston, Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Drake, Mr. Frank Gates.
Opening Ode The Lodge.
Invocation and prayerRev. Bun Bun-yan
yan Bun-yan Stephens.
Solo, selected Mr. C. Anderson.
11 O'clock Toast Mr. W. M. Gober.
Solo, selected Mrs. C. E. Winston.
Memorial address Rev. Bunyan
Stephens.
Hymn, quartet Mrs. C. E. Win Winston,
ston, Winston, Mrs. H. S. Chambers, Mr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Drake, Mr. Frank Gates.
Closing ceremonies.
Closing Ode The Lodge.
Selection Miss Gertie Peyser.
Benediction Rev. Bunyan Steph Stephens.
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THEY WILL BE MORE
CAREFUL NEXT TIME

. OA Croaovay

New York Citv

Saturday evening about 5 o'clock
three boys Bryant Revels about 17
years old, with Steuben Dowdy, aged
14, and his older brother about 17,
left Dunnellon in a wagon going to a
cane grinding. They took a shot gun
along presumably to hunt birds along
the way. The loaded gun was laid
in the bottom of the wagon and when
the party crossed the railroad track
the gun went off, shooting Steuben
Dowdy and Bryant Revels. The boys
are not seriously hurt, receiving only
flesh wounds made with bird shot.
They are both doing well today.

Leave your orders at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery now for your Christmas cakes.5tf

CAMPS WILL OFFER

OCALA ELECTRIC CURRENT

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Mr. R. C. Camp informs the Star
that the Florida Power Co., of which
he is president, will make the city of
Ocala a proposition to furnish current
from its great hydro-electric plant on
the Witjilacoochee.
The Camps will offer the city cur current
rent current at a rate lower than has been
thought possible. They want the city

to carefully consider the proposition.;

They desire that a consulting en engineer
gineer engineer entirely unknown and unpre unprejudiced
judiced unprejudiced here, be called in by the coun council
cil council and the Board of Trade to make a
report, on the comparative cheapness
and efficiency of their proposition and
the present system.
They want this done at once, before
the city spends any more money in
sustaining or improving tie present
plant.
The Camps.' proposition is a fair
one and should, be given attention and
impartial Investigation.

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TO FOURTH WARD VOTERS

I am a candidate for the regular
term, from the fourth ward.' I will
appreciate the votes and support of
my friends. As my name has not
been printed on the ballots, write it
on the blank-- line' provided by law
for ,such cases, and make a cross
mark (X) sH the left hand side of
my name. If elected I will serve the
people fairly and with all of the
ability j have. Respectfully,
John T. Moore.

t Mrs.tF. W. Whitney, the expert
French dry cleanzer now has charge
of the Persian, 107 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. She makes a specialty of ladies'
work, sjuch as dyeing, cleaning and
pressing of fine fabrics. She invites
the trade of the better, class of ladies
and gentlemen. 3-tf

Eat Carter's Bread; baked with
steam and thoroughly sanitary ; sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. 5-tf.

It will be to your interest to see
my supply of Bracelets, Lavelliers
and Watches for holiday gifts. J.
C... Smith, the Jeweler. 4-Gt.

They say. the food and service at
the 0;ala tHonse dining room is fine.
The proof of the pudding is in chew chewing
ing chewing the bag. 2 3-tf

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PHONE 503,;
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Phone 451 Ocala, Fla.
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PREMIUM LIST OF THE
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(Continued from Third Page)
Best glass apple jelly, Mrs. A. E.
Waterman, Ocala.
2nd glass apple jelly, Mrs. F. G.
Buhl, Shady.
Best glass plum jelly, Mrs. F. G.
Buhl, Shady.
2nd glass plum jelly, Mrs. J. A.
Bouvier, Ocala.
Best glass peach jelly, Mrs. George
Buhl, Calvary.
2nd glass peach jelly, Mrs. J. C.
Johnson, Santos.
Best glass strawberry jelly, Mrs.
W. M. Richardson, Ocala.
2nd glass strawberry jelly, Mrs. J.
H. Roller, Ocala.
Best glass blackberry jelly, Mrs.
J. C. Johnson, Santos.
2nd glass blackberry jellyi Mrs. H.
B. Brinson, Oxford.
Class 3- Marmalades
Best jar grapefruit marmalade, Mrs.
Jerry Burnett, Ocala.
2nd jar grapefruit marmalade, Mrs.
J. C. Johnson, Santos.
Best jar orange marmalade, Mrs.
James Nairn, Bushnell.
2nd jar orange marmalade, Mrs.
Wilmer Gibson, Irvine.
Best jar strawberry jam, (no com competition)
petition) competition) Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Ocala.
Best jar peach jam, Mrs. F. G.
Buhl, Shady.
2nd jar peach jam, Mrs. George
Buhl, Calvary.
Best jar blackberry jam, Mrs. F. W.
Ditto, Ocala.
2nd jar blackberry jam, Miss Mary
Ervin, Ocala.
Best jar guava jam, Mrs. T. B.
Snooks. Weirsdale.
Best Deach preserves. Mrs. J. C.I
Johnson, Santos.
2nd jar peach preserves, Mrs. G.
D. Washburn, Ocala.
Best jar grape preserves, Mrs. F.
W. Ditto, Ocala.
2nd jar grape preserves, Mrs. S.
R. Pyles, Ocala. V
2nd jar guava jam, Mrs. G. D.
Washburn, Ocala.
Best jar plum preserves, Mrs. s.
R. Pyles, Ocala.
2nd jar plum preserves, Mrs.
George Buhl, Shady.
Best jar fig preserves, Mrs. D. H.
Baker, Orange Home.
2nd jar fig preserves, Mrs. D. H.
Irvine, Orange Lake.
Best jar strawberry preserves, Mrs.
S. R. Pyles, Ocala.
2nd jar strawberry preserves, ; Mrs.
M. G. Bateman, Mcintosh.
Best jar watermelon rind perserves,
Mrs. Edith Lamoreaux, Center Hill.
2nd jar watermelon rind preserves,
Mrs. Wilmer Gibson, Irvine.
Best jar citron preserves, Mrs. J.
W. Person, Oxford (no competition.)
Best jar pineapple preserves, Mrs.
T. B. Snooks, Weirsdale.
2nd jar pineapple preserves, Mrs.
G. D. Washburn, Ocala.
Best jar pear preserves, Mrs. T. W.
Troxler, Ocala.,
2nd jar pear preserves, Mrs.D. H.
Baker, Orange Home.
Best jar tomato preserves, Mrs.
George Buhl, Calvary.
2nd jar tomato preserves, Mrs. I.
O. Booher, Ocala.
Class 4. Crystalized Fruit
Best jar crystalized peaches, Mrs.
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best jar crystalized pears, Mrs. W.
M. Gist, Mcintosh.
2nd jar crystalized pears, .Mrs. J.
C. Johnson, Santos. t v
Best jar crystalized oranges, Mrs.
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best crystalized kumquats, Mrs. W.
M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best jar crystalized figs, Mrs. W.
M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Best jar crystalized grapefruit, Mrs.
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.
Class 5. Canned Fruits and Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables 'Best jar greencorn, canned in glass,
Miss Mary Ervin, Ocala, no competi competition.
tion. competition.
Best jar field peas, canned in glass,
Mrs. J. A. Freyermouth, Ocala, no
competition.
Best jar sweet potatoes, canned in
glass, Mrs. George Buhl, Cavalry.
2nd jar sweet potatoes, canned in
glass, Mrs. J. J. Knoblock, Ocala.
Best jar okra, canned in glass, Mrs.
J. W. Person, Oxford.
Best jar pumpkin, canned in glass,
Mrs. J. J. Knoblock, Ocala.
2nd jar pumpkin, canned in glass,
Mrs. J.W. Person, Oxford.
Best jar canned tomatoes, canned
in glass, Mrs. George Buhl, Calvary.
2nd jar canned tomatoes, canned in
glass, Mrs. Barker, Capulet.
Best jar canned beans, canned in
glass, Mrs. J. A. Freyermouth, Ocala.
2nd jar canned beans, canned in
glass, Mrs. W. J. Seckinger, Martel.
Best jar mulberries, canned in glass,
Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Ocala.
2nd jarnulberries, canned in glass,
Mrs. T. jrSims. Kendrick.
Best jar peaches, canned in glass,
Mrs. L. O. Booher, Ocala.
2nd jar peaches, canned in glass,
Mrs. Barker, Capulet.
Best jar pears, canned in glass,
Mrs. Jerry Burnett, Ocala.
2nd jar pears, canned in glass,
Mrs. T. B. Snooks. Weirsdale.
Best jar huckleberries, canned in
glass, Miss Mary Ervin, Ocala.
Class 6. Pickles, Catsup, etc
Best jar sweet pickled peaches,
Mrs. T. B. Snooks, Weirsdale.
2nd jar sweet pickled peaches, Mrs.
J. A. Bouvier, Ocala.
Best jar sweet pickled pears, Mrs.
Jerry Burnett, Ocala.
2nd jar sweet pickled pears, Mrs.
J. A. Bouvier, Ocala.
Best sweet pickled watermelon rind,
Mrs. H. B. Brinson, Oxford.
2nd sweet pickled watermelon rind,
Mrs.-tL. O. Booher, Ocala.
Best sour cucumber pickles, Mrs.
J. H. Brinson, Ocala.
2nd jar sour cucumber pickles, Mrs.
J. A. Freyermouth, Ocala.
Best jar gren tomato pickles, Mrs.
J. W. Person, Oxford.
2nd jar green tomato pickles, Mrs.
J. J. Knoblock, Ocala.
Best jar chow chow pickles, Mrs.
J. C. Johnson, Santos.

2nd jar chow chow pickles, Mrs. S. j

a. fyies, ucala.
Best jar mixed pickles, Mrs. J. H.
Brinson, Ocala.
2nd jar mixed pickles, Mrs. J. I
Edwards, Ocala.
Best jar cabbage pickle, Mrs.
George Buhl, Calvary.
2nd jar cabbage pickle, Mrs. Con Connor
nor Connor Smoak, Ocala.
Best jar pickled beets, Mrs. G. D
Washburn, Ocala.
2nd jar pickled beets, Mrs. L- O.
Booher, Ocala.
Best bottled home made salad
dressing, Mrs. H. W. Tucker, Ocala.
2nd bottle home made salad dressing
Mrs. J. L. Edwards, Ocala.
Best bottle tomato catsup, Mrs. L.
O. Booher, Ocala.
2nd bottle tomato catsup, Mrs. J.
J. Knoblock, Ocala.
Best bottle pepper sauce, Miss Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson Bell, Ocala.
2nd bottle pepper sauce, Mrs. L. O.
Booher, Ocala.
Best bottle grape juice, Mrs. W. J.
Seckinger, Martel.
2nd bottle grape juice, Mrs. F. G.
Buhl, Shady.
Best bottle grapefruit juice, Mrs.
G. D. Washburn, Ocala.
Best .bottle blackberry juice, Miss
Lorine Spencer, Ocala.
Specials
Best canned guavas, Mrs. T. W.
Troxler, Ocala.
2nd jar canned guavas, Mrs. Bar Barker;
ker; Barker; Capulet.
, Best jar canned blackberries, Mrs.
D. H. Irvine, Orange Lake.
2nd jar canned blackberries, Mrs.
F. G. Buhl, Shady.
Best jar canned-grapes, Mrs. H. C.
Livingston, Ocala.
2nd jar canned grapes, Mrs. T. W.
Person, Oxford.
Best jar kumquat preserves, Mrs.
T. B. Snook, Weirsdale.
2nd jar kumquat preserves, Miss
Mary Ervin, Ocala.
Best bottle chili sauce, Mrs. Con Connor
nor Connor Smoak, Ocala. y
2nd bottle chili sauce, Mrs. T. J.
Sims, Kendrick.
Best bottle mustard pickle, Mrs. S.
R. Pyles, Ocala.
2nd bottle mustard pickle, Mrs. T.
J. Sims, Kendrick.
Mest jar sauerkraut, Mrs. L. O.
Booher, Ocala.
Class 7. Dairy Products
Best two pounds of butter, Mrs. D.
H. Baker, Orange Home.
2nd two pounds butter, Millwood
Farms Co., Reddick.
Class 8. Fine Sewing
Best calico dress, (no competition)
Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Ocala.
Best nightgown, (no competition)
Mrs., Peter Loos, Kendrick. v
Best kitchen apron, Mrs. B. F. Dor Dor-sey,
sey, Dor-sey, Mcintosh.
2nd kitchen apron, Mrs. B. T. Per Perdue,
due, Perdue, Ocala.
Best girl's dress, Mrs. L. H., PiU
lans, Ocala. 1
2nd girl's dress, Mrs. Cora F.
Pritchett, Candler. v
Best little boy's suit, Mrs. Sam Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, Mcintosh, (no competition.)
Best infant's outfit, Mrs. Ruby
Hatchett, Orange Lake. 3 : ;
2nd infant's outfit, Mrs. Geo. J.
Blitch, Ocala. v
Best tailor made shirt waist, (no
competition) Mrs. Peter Loos, KenT
drick.
Best handkerchief, Mrs. H. W. Tuck Tuck-ker,
ker, Tuck-ker, Ocala. 1
2nd handkerchief, Mrs. Joseph
Gist, Mcintosh. v
Best hemstitched apron, Miss Cora
Colby, Ocala.
(To be Continued)
$100 REWARD, $100
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 being
ing being 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
disease, and giving the patient
streength by building up the constitu constitution
tion constitution and assisting nature in doing her
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., To Toledo,
ledo, Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Drugists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.
Quite Right.
Teacher of Botany in Girls School
"Now for a little review. What can
you tell me, Miss Smith, of the long longevity
evity longevity of bacteria?" Miss Smith "I
V don't remember exactly, but I think
they are longer than they are wide."
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH
REMEDY THE
MOTHER'S FAVORITE
"I give Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy to my children, when they have
colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne
Shaffer, Vandergrit, Pa. It always
helps them and is superior to any
other cough medicine I have used. I
advise anyone in need of such a med
icine to give it a trial." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
We always have on nana a. fresh
supply of the famous Xorris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
: J: 8.' M OZI n G oVwatchmaker :
All kinds of Jewelry, Type-
Satisfaction guaranteed. J
ly executed. Prices reasonable,
Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
writer, Sewing Machine and Z
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The dizziness, hot
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life was a burden t? me. Reading Ad Advertisement
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about how much good your medicines had
done Bomeone else, I dcterraiaed to write to Y'i
and your etafl of physiciant and epns&'.fc. ta
thm at least.' Having done eo and having f4 f4-lowed
lowed f4-lowed yimr edViee I can tsay I am a weU woman.
I took 'fc'avorite Preacripiion and most aay it
aaved mo from an operation and I cannot say
enough in praiae of what yoa have cbne for me.
I reeomsstead tMa remedy to ai aceriaz
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We have for, sale large lot with handsome horns on Fort King yvenue,
which must be sold within next sixty daysparcy has to have tae money money-Better
Better money-Better see us quick. ;
We also have one or tvo other small propositions in the office which are.
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.

Mechants, Block
man
COUNTRY PEOPLE
WELCQ3IE AT THE IilBRARY
Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of the library, whlctf now
has Its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishei
the country ipeople to ?inow that they
aje welcome to come to the librarv
at any time and read the booics. Also
that there aro a farge. number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them,: magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished wlth them.
HELP A WORTHY CAUSS
You can do so by subscribing 4o
the work of the Boys' Club. The
boys are anxious to enlarge the
scope of the work and are much in
need of funds to secure a place of
meting. Funds are .being solicited
to rent a room' and also to furnish
same. In this column will appear
from day to day the names of those
contributing and the amount contri contributed.
buted. contributed. Ail monies should be paid
to the club treasurer, Master WelHc
Meffert. See Charles Duval, presi president,
dent, president, or R. B. Bowers, adviser, for
particulars and to give subscriptions.
Subscriptions
Men's Class of ; Religious Investi Investigation,
gation, Investigation, $1.50 a month.
NOTICE TO CREDITOitS
Notice is hereby given .to: all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned with
In two years from this date, to-wit:
This -23-d day of October, A. D, 1914.
F P. Gad son,
George Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-28-wed
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BREAK IT UP NOW
A cold is readily catching. A run rundown
down rundown system is susceptible to germs.
You owe it to yourself and to others
of your household to fight the germs
at nnce. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
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. Adr

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And if the tcanw could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which 2s a day of
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Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
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Paving. Sewerage Systems and: Sidewalks
Phone 44? Ocala, Florida

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The Detective of the
Woods
By IIESKETH PRIGHARD
Copyright, 191$,
By Heiketh Prich&rd
. "But the island is uninnabitea. come
on, come on!" cried Stafford excitedly.
"It may be those ruffians clearing out
Edith island too. We'll get after them."
"All right. Mr. Stafford agreed Joe.
"But 1 guess it's liable ;to' be-your
Aleut Sam marooned over there
"Why?"
"That's a signal tire. Whoever's
made that fire is putting on moss. And
I've noticed things here' that make me
think it ain't likely they killed Sam
The' wind served us fairly well, and
"Look! That's smoke or I'm d. earn earning,"
ing," earning," he cried.
as we ran under the lee of the land we
were aware of a figure standing on the
beach waiting for us.
"It's Aleut Sam. sure enough' said
Stafford.
The Aleut proved to be a squat fel
low of a most Mongolian cast of coun
tenance. We rowed ashore in the can
vas boat, and on; the beach Stafford
held a rapid conversation with .his
man in Indian. Neither Joe nor 1
could follow what was said, but pres pres-entiy
entiy pres-entiy Stafford enlightened us.
"Sam says that one night, four days
after 1 left Eel island, he had just
eaten his supper when he heard a
knocking on the door. Thinking it
must be me who had returned, he
opened it Seeing no one, he stepped
out into the dark, when a pair of arms
were thrown round him, and a cloth
that smelt like the stuff that made
him go asleep in the hospital (Sam's
had most of his toes off on account of
frost bite down to Valdez) was clapped
about his bend. He struggled, but he
says he does not remember any more
until he woke up on the beach here.
It was still dark, and the men and
boat were gone.
"Toward evening he discovered a
barrel of dried fish which had bee;
tumbled ashore from the boat which
marooned him to keep him from starv starving,
ing, starving, I suppose. He went up into the
scrub and made a fire. Since then he's
been here and seen no one. That's
all."'
"Then he didn't ever really see the
faces of the chaps that kidnaped him?"
Stafford translated the question to
Sam and repeated the answer.
"One had a beard and was a big
man; he wore a peaked cap. Anything
else to ask him?"
"Yes. How long has he been here en
this island?"
"Eight days."
"Whafs he been doing all the time?"
"Just wandering around."
"Where has he been camped?"
Stafford raised his thumb over his
shoulder. "In the scrub above here."
Joe nodded. "Well, let's go to his
camping place and boil the kettle. He'll
sure have a bit of fire there."
Joe stirred the smouldering logs into
life, but In doing so was so unfortunate
as to overturn the kettle.
"That's bad." said he. "Best tell your
man to get some more water."
Stafford sent off Sam on his errand;
but no sooner had the Aleut disappear disappeared
ed disappeared than November was on his knees
examining the charred embers and
ielving among the ashes.
"Get rid of your hired man for a
while longer, only so he don't suspect
anything." he said. "1 hear him com com-ing."
ing." com-ing." "You mean he's in the robbery?"
"He sure is. And, what's more, it
looks to me like he's jour only chance

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of getting "your foxes taci; ttere ne
comes." t
A moment later Sam appeared in
sight walking up the narrow track be between
tween between tbV rocks, kettle in band. Staf Stafford
ford Stafford spoke to him In Aleut. Sam
grunted 1n .acquiescence, and went off
up the hill that formed the center of
the island
"I told Jiim to go gather some more
wood while the kettle's boiling. Now
you can talk and tell me who you think
has the pelts of -my foxes."
"Your foxes ain't dead."
"Ain't dead ? You've forgot their
skinned carcasses!"
"I allow we saw some skinned car-
casses, but they was the carcasses of
red foxes worth uo more than $10
apiece instead of a thousand. 1 ex examined
amined examined those carcasses mighty carefuL
Their eyes wasn't the right color for
black foxes. That's one thing.' For
another. I found some red hairs. It
ain't in nature you can take a pelt off
and not a, hair stick on tie body un under."
der." under." Stafford digested this In silence.
"But why in creation should the
chaps have taken the trouble to bring
over red fox carcasses?" he inquired
at length, v
"That's easy answered. They wai
after your best stock'. It's pretty like likely
ly likely they diCu't take them far, and tbey
wouldn't want you nosing about for
your live foxes."
"Is that it?"
"Another thing. The robbers was
six days or?tnore on Eel island. Now.
the.v could catch and kill all your fox foxes
es foxes in two. But to catch them so they
Wouldn't be hurt would take time
No, your foxes ;t dead yet, and they
ain't far off,, ue;:i!er, and jour Aleut
knows who's got them. He told you
he'd been eight days on this Island,
didn't he?"
Stafford uodded. "Eight days, that's
what he said.' ;
"He lied 1 knew it the moment I
set eyes on his fire. Not enough ash
.to this fire to make heat to keep a
man without a blanket comfortable for
eight days this weather. And look:
The boughs he's broke off for his bed:
They're too fresh. Ag'in. he. ain't got
no ax here, yet the charred ends of
the thicker bits on the fire has been
cut with an ax. It's clear as light.
The robbers ferried Sam across here
about two days back, cut some wood.

for him so he shouldn't be too cold,
gave him grub to last till 'bout the
Ume you'd likely be home and left
him.".; ; ": ".. V: -v M r
"I guess you're right. I see it now.
I'm grateful to you."
Stafford reached for his rifle, but Joe'
Intervened.
"Stay you still, and I'll show you the
way we do in the lumber camps."
Sam's strong, squat figure advanced
toward us. As he stooped to throw the
wood he had brought on the ground
Joe caught his shoulder with one hand
and snatched the knife from his blt
OCALA FRATERHAL OIEItS
MA1UON-DUNN MASONIC JiODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge T?o. 19, F. '&
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening3 of each month at
7; 30 o'clock, until further notice.
, Baxter Cam, W. OI.
Jake, Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN" STAJr
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth .Thursday evenings of each
month at 73X) o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florris Condon, Secy.
ODD FEIXOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. -J. H.' Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
KNIGHTS OF PYTIUA8
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 ip, in., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Goher, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. IS, R. A. M.
'Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Rroaro, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S8f B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of. Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 31UOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "n.
Visiting breth em always welcome)
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
j. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOOD3IEN OF THE W ORLD
5 Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the Tu of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitinp
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. k. Sage, Clerk. Aa

wigi the ocner. Ana tnen mere nasn nasn-cd
cd nasn-cd across the features of the Aleut an

expression like a mad dog'sV He flung
himself, gnashing nnd snarling, on No
vember.
But he was in the grip of a man too
strong for him. and. though he return returned
ed returned again and again to the attack, the
huge young woodsman twisted him to
earth, where Stafford and I tied ins
truggling limbs.
This done we rolled him over.
"Now." said Stafford, "who is it has
got my foxes?"
The Aleut shook his head.
Stafford pulled out his revolver, open opened
ed opened the breech, made sure it was load
ed and cocked it. Next he held his
watch In front of Sam's face and point
ed out the fact that it wanted but five
minutes to the hour. fj
"I'm telling him if he don't confess,"
he said, "I'll shoot him when the hand
reaches the hour."
"You'd best go."
"Good heavens!
mean" 1 cried.
Stafford winked.
He turned to U3.
You don't really
Joe and 1 went
down to. the beach below.
A quarter of an hour passed before
Stafford joined us.
"What's happened?" I asked.'
"He's confessed, all right." Then
Stafford looked at Joe. "It all went
through Just the way you said. It
"HI shoot him when the hand reaches
. the' hour."
was a rival fox farmer, Jurgensen,' did
It. Landed on Eel island with his
wife the night I left, they were there
until two days ago; took them all their
time and Sam's to get my foxes. Then
they brought him over here.".
'.
And now I will leave out any ac account
count account of the events of the next six sixteen
teen sixteen hours which we spent in the
skiff and. pick up the thread of this
history again with Stafford knocking
at the door of the Jurgenseas cabin
on Upsala island. We had landed
there after dark.
Joe and I stood back while Stafford
faced the door. It was thrown open.
and a big gingerbread Swede demand
ed his business.
"I've Just called around to take back
my foxes," said Stafford.
"Vot voxes?"
"The blacks and silvers you stole."
"You. are madt!"
"Shut it!" cried Stafford. "Ten days
ago you and your wife, having decoy decoyed
ed decoyed 'me away to Valdez, went to Eel is island.
land. island. : You were there eight days, dur during
ing during which time you cleaned out every
animal I owned on it. I know you
didn't kill them, though you tried to
make me believe you had by leaving
the skinned carcasses of a lot of red
faxes.. Three days ago you left Eel
island!"
As he spoke 1 saw the wizened fig fig-ure'
ure' fig-ure' of a woman squeezing out under
the big Swede's elbow. She had a nar narrow
row narrow face, with blinking, malevolent
eyes, that she fixed on Stafford.
"Zo! Vot .then? Jeered Jurgensen.
"Then you rowed over to Edith Island
and marooned my man Aleut Sam. who
was In the 'robbery with yon'
The big Swede snatched up a rifle by
the door ami Ftepped out.
"Get out of here." he -r!L "or"
He paused on catching sight of Joe and
myself.
"I'll go If you wish It." sajd Stafford
dangerously "but if i do It'll be to re return
turn return with the police."
'And look here. Mr. Dutchmau."
'broke in Joe gently, "if it come.- to
that you'll get put away for a fifteen
years' rest cure, sure."
"Who are you?' bellowed Jurgensen.
"He's the man that told me your
wife was weakly and spilled the water
from the kettle when she lifted It, for
he found her tracks at my place by the
stove. He's the man that discovered
ax cut log ends in Aleut Sam's fire on
Edith island when we knew Sam had
no ax with him. He's the man 1 owe
a lot to."
"Me also," said Jurgensen venomous,
ly as he bowed his head. "Vot you
vant--your terms?" he asked at last.
Stafford had his answer ready. "My
own foxes that's restoration and two
of yours by way of interest that's ret retribution."
ribution." retribution." "Ant if I say no?"
fcYou won't. Where's my foxes?"
Jurgensen hesitated, but clearly, there

TP-. "".nn fm!n

M fresh;

I i
NOTE THE PR1CK3
Large Florida Pecans
per pound 20s
Best (Engli&a V&liiuts,
new crop, per pound. 20s
Brazil 'Nuts, best CCo. 1,
per pound .......... 1Cc
Fresh California Raisins,
per pound ... -15c,
Two pound lor. ; 25c
Large .Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. . .20c
vHomemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound 1 5c
ALL FRUITS CHEAPEN
THAN ELSEWIIERi:
' sv ft w if siffn
i ul S t 1 N f
4 SO N. MagnolLa Ct.
CAR3HCIIAEL, -. BLDG.
I 1
I 1
J
fc rf 0
v e ii ii 6 mi
kMuJaElo--
Nearly Recuy to BI;Ip.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 1G acres, on 20-acro
tract, all fenced -but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of orange3 now', on trees trees-almost
almost trees-almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to. Parson
Brown3.
Price of Property au it stands
' Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call .on or Address
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone 125, OCALA, ,FLA
coma De oniy one aecision ni tne cir
cumstdnces. "l haf them In my ken kennels,"
nels," kennels," he answered.
"Wire inclosures?" cried Stafford la
disgust.'
"Yes." '
f "You can't grow a decent pelt In a
cage," snapped Stafford, with the ea eagerness
gerness eagerness of a fanatic mounted upon. hU
hobby. "You must let them live their
natural life as near as possible cr their
color, suffers. The pigmentary claz&s
get effected"', ; ; - ;, 1
"Poof! I haf .read of all that in
the book Zientific Zelectlon of Color
Forms"
-"Yes, put In Joe, "you read a geed
bit, while you were at Mr. CtCc:l'a
place, that's so lying In Mr. Etafford'o
bunk'.
Jurgensen raised startled eyc3. "Ycu
see me?"
iNO. i
f .'? : . : '
"How you know then?" t I
Joe laughed. "I gucc3 tl;.o cpidcr
must a' told me," ald he.
(Continued Tomorrow?)
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax hooks for the payment of
191!4 state and county taxes are now
open.
Be sure and b;ing or send a cor correct
rect correct description; of your property,
when yoj 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,
1 1-3-2 m Tai Collector 'Marion Co.
SICK TWO YEARS
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
years with indigestion," Sold by all
dealers. Adw
CITY TAXES
The city tax books nave been opa
for payment of 1014 taxes slne
Oct. 1st. The law provides thut
they, be closed 'Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per cent, shall he
added and collection enforced br
suit or seizure of personal property,
' W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
OPice In court house. 11-C-tf I
MRS. MCCLAIN'S EXPEFJENCE
WITH THE CROUP
"When my boy, Ray, was small he
was subject to croup, and I 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-nevei- without it in the?
house for I know It i a pn-'tive cure
for crcup," writes Mrs. W. K. It;;
Clain, Blairsville, Pa, ,For sale by a"
dealers. Ad7



4. .,.

T3IGIIT
OCAU4 EVENING STATU HONDA Y DECEMBER 7, 1914

HP A T A nnPTTPT?TTMPFQ I

I V

K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Pythian Sisters tomorrow evening.
Board of Trade Wednesday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Mr. A. M. Lansf ord left today on a
business trip to Arcadia.

For best quality and service, phone
Ceng's, "A Reliable Drugstore." 5-tf
You can buy Dennison's X'mas
boxes, tags and seals at KREGER'S.

Old newspapers for sale at 10 cents
per hundred at this office. tf
All kinds of X'MAS NOVELTIES
at KREGER'S. 3-tf

Holday gifts, just lots of them, at

KREGER'S. 3-tf

Dr. Earl Knox returned this m

iner from a visit to Micanopy fela-

tives.

orfi-

X'mas boxes, tags, seals, all shapes
and sizes. "THE DENNISON KIND"
at KREGER'S. 3-tf

Mr. L. M. Graham of Grahamville
-was in the city Saturday, visiting his
son, Mr. John M. Graham.
i 1 1 11
The new Community stationery
with Ocala, Fla., engraved on each
sheet in a winner. At Gerig's. 5-tf

Mr. E. P. Rehtz is in the city from
Arcadia, for a brief visit to his fam family
ily family and friends.
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala House? You'll never know
how goot it Is till you do so. 23-tf

Dr. S. H. Blitch left today on one of
his inspection trips to the state
camps.

The only "Hotel on the Square
now offers you the service of Us
dining room. Youil come again If
you try it. 23-tf

Mr. Bernard Koonce accompanied
his father this morning to Bushnell
i nthe car and returned at noon on
the train.

WEATHER REPORT

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. v
Max. Min. R. F.
Dec. 1 72 .65 ..

Dec. 2 ..... Y...7G
Dec. 3 .74
Dec. 4 ........... .77
Dec. 5 . .....74
Dec. 6 ........... ...52

, Local Forecast ;
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday.

62
62
62
53
47

OPEN Dai M!0) S1GUT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour.- Art v.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

KREGER'S UNIQUE GIFT PLAN

With his usual ingenuity Claude
Kreger has hit upon a unique plan for
determining the popularity of the city
officials. He has inaugurated a vot voting
ing voting scheme at his store in the Munroe
& Chambliss Bank building.
A ballot box will be deposited in his
store and his patrons will be invited
to cast, their ballots for the most pop popular
ular popular city official. The most popular
official will receive a solid gold Edison
fountain pen. A ballot is issued for
each purchase made, thus giving ev every
ery every patron a change to vote for his
choice.
The voting, tho only begun today,
is getting' real lively, the many
friends of each official rallying loyal loyally
ly loyally to his support
, The Christmas present which .Mr.
Kreger offers is a really handsome
one and worthy the effort of any one
to secure.

New York, Dec 7. Cotton steady,
two points lower to four higher. De December
cember December 7.05; March 7.43; May 7.55.
Liverpool, cotton quiet and firm. Mid Middling
dling Middling 4.37
NAVAL STORES

THE MARKETS .........o.3o..
" !- -j' armn- .'-'"" tpiftv rn mm y 'wr : :'-: .TMr-..':.-"-- .v.-"v

: yimi.i iiiil.u)uii lull i.jm.n.i.i. inm.i... nuiil .. I niii.in 11 i i.u lummm m'1immmtHmnHmmimm1 &

New York, Dec. 7. Turpentine,
46 1-2 to 47. Rosin, $3.65.

TllJbV ALiLi DEMAND IT

All cut prices on liquor advertised
by us .will be withdrawn December
15th. New revised'' cut-price list
cheerfully sent on request.
L. Loeb Whisky Co.. JacksonvilleFla.

iir. a. u. moree, general loreman
ofrA.'C.'L. erigities for the Gainesville

his headquarJ-rtmi Dunnellon to

Ocala and will bring his family

as soon as he can mnd a house for

them.

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. Carter's Bakery, xf-tf ?

herel

E of a Submarine. :
The gret fault of the early subma submarines
rines submarines was that tney cou!d not see once
they were below the surface of the
water. The Invention of the periscope
altered II that and jrave the: modern
submarine n marvelous eye by mean
of which It eould see over the surface
of the ocean, though the body of the
submarine is completely below the
waves. The eye of the submarine Is a
straight. hollow tube starting from the
steering chamber of the vessel and pro projecting
jecting projecting above tbe surface of the wavea
.when the boat is submersed. As the

eriscope Is only a matter of six inches
in diameter and only projects some

Ltigheen Inches above the waves. It in

a most dlmcult thing to see by an en
emy. Its total length Is about fifteen
feec The submarine's eye Is really a
combination of telescope and camera
obscura. .At the top is a powerful lens,
and inside at Intervals all the way
down Is a series of mirrors which carry
the reflection of what is above the sur surface
face surface to the watcher In the submarine
fifteen feet below. Pearson's Weekly

We always tbave on hana a fresh
supply of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local deeds

FOR RENT Well located andN nicely
' furnished rooms; in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
housekeeping. Inquire at the Co Colonial.
lonial. Colonial. 7-tf

Our young football champions re returned
turned returned from Gainesville Saturday
evening, but they sternly refuse to be
interviewed on their game with the
University City's high school eleven.

Mr. P. A. Durand has just complet completed
ed completed installing gas heater and hot wa water
ter water equipment in the Wayne. Mrs.
V. C. Detterich is running the Wayne
as a rooming house.
W. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noso
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

Some gentleman tore a piece out of
the arch across Broadway at the
Commercial Bank, either for a first
aid bandage or a pocket handkerchief,
and the omission makes a gap that
can't fail to ne-noticed.

Mr. F. WJNXook, one of our poptiiaj
traveling fnen returned last week

from Oran ere and Volusia counties

and went out

sports business good in his territory

FOR SALE Old newspapers, r 10
cents per hundred, at this office.
FOR RENT Lower flat for ent on
Oklawaha avenue. All 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

POSITION WuVNTED A competent
young man wants a position as
bookkeeper or office man; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, but
; not a. typewriter or stenographer.
Address Star office. 2 5-tf

ft

j

Cai.talrrVimanisjaf--He Ocala

Palatka run, reports a good many or oranges
anges oranges dropping in Alachua and Put Putnam
nam Putnam counties. The damage done by
the frost of the 20th is just beginning
to be ascertained.

The Star regrets to learn that Mr.
George Mershon will leave Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for his old home in Kentucky.
Mr. Mershon has been in Ocala for
seveml years, first with the gas com company
pany company and later with the water works.
Everybody who knows George likes
him. He is a firstrate mechanic and
an excellent citizen, and his Ocala
frier ds hope he will scon return to
then i.

JJAKE HOUSE 'FOR RENT A new,

modern, 5 -room cottage, bath,
, screens, etc., completely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; close to Lake Weir, adjoining
orange grove of. Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Fla: 27-30t
FOR SALE-Ten room house and
five room house, each with bath,
Nos. 302 and 306, South Fourth
street, east; both now rented. Price
for two, $4000; cash $2000, balance

on time, or will sell separately. C.
E. Thomas, Clearwater, Fla. 28-6tl

'OR 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

When Boys .Were Taught to Smoke.
The habit of Juvenile smoking In
England in the seventeenth century
wa practically 'universal. Jorevlu de
Rocbefort. a French traveler of that
period, in an account publlsbtd in 1U71
gives a description of an evening he
spent at Worcester. He was cate catechized
chized catechized by one of the townsmen as to
tbe habits of the French people,.'
M While we were wa Iking a bou t tbtv
town.'V he writes, "he asked me vlf It
was the custom In. France, as in Eng
land, that when the children went to
school they carried in their satchels
with their books a pipe of tobacco
which their mother ; took t care to fill
early In the morning. It serving, them
instead of breakfast and that at thf
accustomed hour every one laid aside
bis book to light his pipe. the. master
smoking with them and teaching fjiem
how to hold their pipes and draw In
th e I rr tobacco, thus accustoming them
to it from their youth, believing it ab absolutely
solutely absolutely nei-essary for a man's health.
St. James Gazette- : 'i

WW

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
store. 2-12t

WANTED A good second hand bi bicycle;
cycle; bicycle; must be in good shape and
cheap; will pay cash. Apply to the
Marion Mercantile Co., near Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard depot. 3-6 1

YfovL ouht to Ihav

I -a KIMBALL

5mi Tmoujur fin o me

a n s

Splendid Farm
For Sale

! Very cheap for cash or can

I make .favorable terms or will
trade for city property. See
or write J. U. BRINSON,
OWNER
At the Courthouse, Ocala, Florida.

Recruiting In Queen Anne's Day. V
. Serve your queen or find work That,
in brief, was the rough and ready sen
tence passed on ablebodied unempjoy
ed men in the days of Queen Anne-a
period of almost incessant V warfare
When the recruiting ofScerdescribed
at the time as a compound of "cant "canting,
ing, "canting, lying, impudence, bullying, swear swearing,
ing, swearing, drinking and a halberd" failed to
beat up recruits Tast enough for Marl Marlborough's
borough's Marlborough's wars an act was passed o
enable Justice to compel all ablebodied
men "as have not any lawful means
for their own maintenance" to Join the
army. Parish officers were encour encouraged
aged encouraged to hunt up food for powder and
received $5 for; every man sentenced
to be a soldier, but the result was dis disappointing.
appointing. disappointing. Thousands deserted, and
England relied mainly on volunteers
These were offered the.balt of a twenf
ty dollar bounty and a discharge after
three years if they deserved tt.
London Mirror.

; Sealing Wax.
A work on heraldry by Paul Gruen
del, published at Leipzig, contains
some Information on the subject of
sealing wax and the rules governing
Its use in the days of old-White wax
was for the kings of France and later
for the kings of Sicily. A few dukes
were allowed the high privilege
through the generosity of : Frederick
III. Red wax was for the holy father
at Rome and the, German monarchs.
but as a mark of favor to the people
It was allowed to be used generally,
Green wax "was for the common peo
pie. and some cities which had been
unfaithful to their government were
compelled ever afterward, as a mark
of their shame, to seal all public doc
uraents with green war."

Pretty Good Method.
A famous clergyman tells" of a lay
preacher's conference In which a vet veteran
eran veteran described bis method of serinou
preparation.
-I take my text, be said, "and divide
my sermon into three parts. In the
first part 1 tell "era what I'm going to
tell 'em. In the second part well, i
tell 'em. In the third part I tell 'em
what Ive told 'em.- St Louis Post
Dispatch, '
Only Ud For Shaving-
"Sam. here isan account of a man
ivho has a razor that has seen contin continuous
uous continuous service for 150 years. It was
bought In England by ,his grandfa grandfather."
ther." grandfather." "Well, all 1 has to say, boss. Is dat
he must belong to a powerful peacefal
famllv." Yonkers Statesman.

Ocala, Like !. cry Ctiy and Town in
; the Union, Receives It.

People with kidney ills want to
be cured.' When one suffers the tor tortures
tures tortures of an aching back, relief is
eagerly sought for. There aremany
remedies today that relieve, but do
not cure. Doan's Kidney, Pills have
brought lasting results -to thousands
Here is some Ocala evidenceof their
merit.
Mrs. A.. E. Holly, 113 S. Second
m a. . r ..Ik'

ox., ucaia, says: Aoput tnree years
ago I was having a great deal of
trouble with my kidneys, The kid kidney
ney kidney secretions were scanty and pain-

iui ux passage. Jiy 'DacR was sore
and lame. and. every tflme I Etooped, a
catch took me across 'my lions. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh underneath my eyes .was "puffed
lip. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,
but nothing did me. any good until I
started1 taking Doan's Kidney Pills.
I improved from "the first and was
soon cured."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for kindey remedy get
Doan's KIndej Pills the ssme that
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo; N. Y. 2.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOU LET LETTERS
TERS LETTERS PATENT
Notice la thereby given that -we, the
undersigned, on .the 28th day of Dec December,
ember, December, A. D.. 1314. will annlv to thP

g-overnor of, the state of Florida, at Ms
office 'ir the city of Tallahassee, for
letters paten to issue under the, fol following
lowing following proposed chanter.
A. A. IcGronegal, ;
, Iva S. Miller,
L-Stapp.: T.?' .' v-;.
Propowetl Charter of the Whitney
nriek i& Mann factnrlnf? Company
We, tare undersigned .hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming Incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida appli applicable
cable applicable to corporations for profit. J
,." : ARTICLE I- :pfv-
The name of this corporation shall
-be the WHITNEY BRICK & MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COMPANY and 4ts p'rin p'rin-dl
dl p'rin-dl pal "place of business shall be in the
city of Ocala, Marion County, Florida,
and such other places either "within ior
without the state of Florida as the
-board of "directors mav from time to
tinrue designate and appoint, and to
have and maintain other offices of said
company a.t other places both within
and without-; the state (of Florida.
; V, ARTICLE II "i ; :
TJie general nature of the business to
be transacted by the company shall be :
To manufacture and sell brick and to
buy .and sell dumber, shingles, stone,
lime, cement and all other- materials
for buildings and structures of all
kinds, v -.v .--:; s v
To buy, sell and deal in all kinds Of
supplies, commodities, merchandise and
personal property, "".. .
To on-gage in and conduct the busi business
ness business of contracting for the erection and
construction of all kinds of buildings,
work and s-truiotu res and to make and
pi ovide estimates and plans for t'h

same,; -
To buy, ; cell, produce and manufac manufacture
ture manufacture lumber, crossties and. all pro products
ducts products manufactured from timber tur turpentine
pentine turpentine and rosin and naval stores pro products,
ducts, products, i''-.' ,..-; r ';.. ;
And the company shall also ihave the
right to carry on such other 'business
as Is incident to the purposes of thi
charter and not Inconsistent iwith the
la ws of the state of Florida,
ARTICLE III ; vvi;
Tih-e amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be TEN THOUS THOUSAND
AND THOUSAND ($10,000) DOLLARS, which shall
be, divided into ONE HUNDRED shares
of 'the par value of ONE HUNDRED
($100) DOLLARS each which A said
shares of stock shall be paid for in law lawful
ful lawful money of -the United States or by
the conveyance of any property, lab labor
or labor or services, at such just valuation
thereof as niay be fixed by 'the board
of directors at any meeting called for
such purpose. ...
ARTICLE IV
The .term for which this corporation
shall exist shall be NINETY-NINE

(99) YEARS.
ARTICLE V
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a president, rice pres president,
ident, president, secretary, treasurer and a toard

of directors of not loss than three mem

bers nor more "than five -members, but

the offices of secretary and treasurer

may be "held by one. and the same per person,
son, person, all of which said of fleers sh all
be -1 e c t ed at th e an l : aal -meeting o f th e
stockholders to be held on -the second
Tuesday In January of each year. The
following named persons shall conduct
the business of the corporation until
the officers elected at the first annual
meeting shall -be "duly qualified: ..
' Pr esid e nt A. A. McGonegal. v ,
Vice President Iva S. Miller.
Secretary and Treasurer -E. L. Stapp.
Board of Directors A. A. McGonegal,
Iva S. Miller and E. L. Stapp. r,
ARTICLE VI
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at auv
time subject itself sha.ll be FIFTY
THOUSAND $ 50,000) DOLLARS.
ARTICLE VII
t The names and places of residence
of the-subscribers, together with the

amount of capital stock subscribed for

by each, i.-: -
A. A. McGcmegal, Whitney, Fla., 10
shares.

Iva S. Miller, Ocala, Florida, SO

shares,
E. L Stapp, Ocala, Florida, 10 shares.
Witness the hands and seals of the

Incorporators, this the 20th day of

November, A. D., 1914.
A. A. McOonegal (seal)
Ira a Miller (seal)
E. L. Stapp (seal)
State of Florida,
County of Marion.

Personally appeared before me, the
undersigned authority, A. A. McOonegal,
Iva S. Miller and E. Lw Stapp to "me
well known to be the persons described

in and who executed the foresroln

articles of incorporation of the WHIT WHITNEY
NEY WHITNEY JJRICK & MANUFACTURING

COM PAN x and who acknowledge be before
fore before me, that they signed, sealed and
delivered the same for the use and

purposes tnerem set iortM ana express

ea.

Witness my hand and' official seal,

this the 20th day of November, A. D
1914.
(Seal) W. M. PALMER,

Notary Public for the state of Flori Florida
da Florida at large.

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All In the Vision.
Come people think that everything
In the world is twisted and corrupt,
and that no human being can be be-trusted.
trusted. be-trusted. Others whp are wiser feel
very differently about it. As Ruskin
5i.ys: "In all thing3 throughout the
world, the men whp look for the'
crooked will see the crooked, and the'
man who looks for the straight will

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perature." below the earth'a Eurf-:
creates at the rate of about one
per hundred feet, or CO degfee:

mile. If the ,rate of increas e were c
stant, the tenipeiature at the relative
ly small depth of 100 mile wouIJ b
abOTe -ineltins roint cf ali sub substances
stances substances under ordinary surface conditions.

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