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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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EVIDENTLY DID WE DAMAGE

London, Dec. 1 2. Widespread be belief
lief belief that th(j Germans; have secured

British naval secrets with maps show-1

ing maps locating mines has caused
the admiralty to begin a rigid inVeS-

FIGHT IN THE FIRTH OF FORTH
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ing that two German vessels were I
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nnes made two attacks on the Firth
of .Forth, but this has not been of officially
ficially officially announced.
SUSPICIOUS SECRECY

Several Geiman submarines, back backed
ed backed by a squadron of war ships, have
made a raid op Yarmouth, but prac practically
tically practically nothing has been published.

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IMTLE DETTOI BRITISH AIID GEM! GEIUISEEIS
OFF THE COAST DRAZIL

London, Dec. 12. The-, German
cruiser Karlsruhe was damaged in a
battle with the British warship Glas Glasgow
gow Glasgow off the coast of Brazil, but man managed
aged managed to escape, according to a dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Rio de Janeiro. A mes message
sage message from Buenos Ayres states that
part of the Karlsruhe's stern was
shot away by the Grasgow's guns.
ALL COMMERCE DESTROYERS
WILL SOON BE ROUNDED UP
The .admiralty, though saying no
official report has been received,
states that the Karlsrhue and the
cruisers Prinz Eitel Frederich and
Kron Prinz Wilhelm will soon be ac accounted
counted accounted for.
CAN'T STEAM WITHOUT COAL
The German coal supply is believed
to have been cut off when the colliers

COLORADO EXCITED OVER BIG BIG-;
; BIG-; GEST STRIKE YET MADE
AT GRESSON

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Denver, Dec. 12.- rColorado is ex excited
cited excited over the reported gold find on
the Cre&son consolidated mining and
milling'drifts.
Experts state that the strike is the
richest in the history of the world.
Within three weeks the company is
reported to have taken out over a

! million-rfillnr5 wnrtVi Anf rliist wit.ri

fifty millions in sight. 'The company
is a close! corporation.

FRENCH ARTILLERY CONTINUES

TO DEMONSTRATE ITS
SUPERIORITY i
Paris, Dec. 12, (Official) The Ger

mans have evacuated their positions

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pn the; west bank of the Yser canal,

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n Flanders. The allies immediately

occupied them.
I The French artillery continues to
Remonstrate its superiority over the
German. One German howitzer bat bat-tery
tery bat-tery has been silenced. x

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FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS WQRTH OF PROP PROPERTY
ERTY PROPERTY DESTROYED

Birmingham, Dec. 12. The Steel

pAPTURED A VALUABLE CARGO Smith department store was burned,
j ? the Alcazar theater, Hahn's shoe
British Cruiser Took a Ship Laden store, Fizitz department store, the

with Oil for Germany j telephone building, Saks department
, ,. 'store and Excelsior Laundry were

peh" says; the German steamship
United States for Italy, with a cargo
jjf oil f or Germany has been seized
py a British warship off Gibraltar,

badly damages this morning. The
loss is estimated at $400,000, half of
which is covered by insurance.

PEOPLE OF JERUSALEM
ARE IN GREAT NEED

GOT THEIR OWN GUNBOAT

Maps of Turkish Mine Fields Do Not
Seem to be Well Made

Washington, Dec. 11. The Turkish! Constantinople, Dec. 12. A.Turk-

overnmet, through Ambassador ish gunboat was sunlc by a mine at
VIorgenthnu, has signified to the state the entrance "of the Dardanelles today.
department its willingness that ah ; ;
pepedition be sent to the relief of the IS OUT AGAIN
people of Jerusalem, who are in ex-!
Ireme nied. The expedition is being Berlin, Dec. 12. The Kaiser was

Jocieties in Nw York, which plan to grounds of the imperial palace yester-j
lend a ;hip through the Mediterran- day afternoon. He is making plans'
;an to Palestine. to retilrn.to the front.

were captured by the British fleet off
the Falkland. .
CORNEREDjON A DESERT COAST
London, Dec. 12. A dispatch from
Valparaiso to the Evening News
states that a German cruiser is re reported
ported reported to have taken refuge in an in inlet
let inlet on the Patagonian coast.
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BOMBARDMENT OF BATOUM
By Turks Resulted in Great -Damage
in the Russian Forts
Constantinople, Dec. 42. (Official)
A Turkish fleet Thursday bombarded
Batoum, killing a hundred Russians
in the fort3 there and wounding many
more.

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FILL GAPS HI THEIR FROIIT Hfiliia

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Holeproof sox at Fishel's.' ll-2t

Why send your money to West
Virginia for Coal when you can buy

HYDRO ELECTRIC
POWER''

and keep this money in Ocala?

Petrograd, Dec. 12. Five separate
battles are raging in Poland and Gali Gali-cia.
cia. Gali-cia. The Germans are struggling des desperately
perately desperately against the Russian center.

Enormous losses. mark the German
drive toward Warsaw, with men pour pouring
ing pouring in take the places of the slain.
The Russians haVe also been reinforc reinforced
ed reinforced and have checked the German ad advance.
vance. advance. .
OPTIMISTIC REPORT FROM PE PE-TROGRAD
TROGRAD PE-TROGRAD THIS AFTERNOON
Petrograd, Doc. 12. In the region
of Mlawa violent attacks of Germans
have beeri repulsed. The Russians
have again taken the offensive, the
Germans withdrawing J- in disorder.
The Germans in an sanguinary attack
north of Lowicz, were repulsed with
great losses.
South of Cracow the Russian offen offensive
sive offensive continues, despite a stubborn resistance.

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TURKS ENTERED ITALIAN CON;
SULATU AND MADE PRISONER

OF BRITISH CONSUL ti A SYR SYRIAN
IAN SYRIAN TOWN.
Rome, Dec. 12. Italy has demand--

jed from Turkey an explanation of the

action of the Ottoman officials, who

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sibly carried away the British consul
at Hodeida. Italy deems the action a
violation of -.neutral itv.

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ANOTHER ABV1

BATTLING WITH SERVIANS TO
THE SOUTH OF BELGRADE
Berlin, Dec. 12. A dispatch from
Vienna states that the Austrian s of offensive
fensive offensive is proceeding south of Bel Belgrade,
grade, Belgrade, though the Servians are
strongly resisting.

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Will Come Before the House Before
f Christmas
Washington, Dec. 12.-The House
rules committee' today ilecided to. per permit
mit permit to come to a vote before the hol holidays,
idays, holidays, began the Hobson prohibition
amendment and the Mondell woman
suffrage amendment.
carranzA IS perhaps;
PREPARING TO QUIT

AFTER BEING QUIET 111 DAYS,
BULLS AND BEARS ARE
. BUSY AGAIN
'New York, Dec. 12. After bdnrr
closed 111 days, on account of the
European war, the stock, exchange
reopened today. Trading is brisk and
the attendance large. Big gains were
made in a number of important issues.
American Can .opened up six and h
quarter Over price. When the exchang-

ten half, Reading five half. Stocks

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mamL Much buying represented' in
vestment.

THINK IT OVER MR. CONSUMER!!

Washington, Dec. 12. Rumors are
current in Vera Cruz that Carranza is
preparing to leave Mexico., states a
consular dispatch to the state depart department.
ment. department. ;

BATTERIES REACHED

THE MEXICAN BORDER

Seventeen pounds of sugar for 41
ith cash purchase of ?1 worth of
ether .sfroceries, Saturday and -Monday
onJy. Smith Grocery Co. 3t

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bardme.nt of American Towns
, to an End;'y:.5l
Naco, Ariz., Dec. 12-r-A train bear bearing
ing bearing United States artillery to' rein reinforce
force reinforce the border troop3 arrived- yes--terday.
Soldiers of General' IlillanQ
Governor Mivytorena, ; Mexican lead-'

i ers ficht!ner about Naco. Sonora. were'

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Maytorena's artillery opened fire be-:
fore daylight on Hill's trenches.. ,A!
arge number of bulhts from, both
Mexican armies fell, arid .several
shells, burst, e n the American side.

Ladies' coats at Fishel's. ll-2t

Volland Christmas, cards, one cent"

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FROM NQW ON 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 Stafhped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool.
WE WfLL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE 15 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914
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FEMTIOZEig
is not good for the farm. Nor is too little.
In either case,there is a loss of-money to the;
farmer.
And so. iris with real estate.
If you wa nt to convert your property into money,
do not try to sell the property yourself.
You will be taking time from a work that you
are proficient in to attempt that in which you
are not as proficient.
This will be a double loss to you.
It is important for you to sell at the right time.
.It is important that your transaction cost you
a reasonable amount of money.
A competent real estate agent knows the field,
and is in a position to get better results quicker
and cheaper than you can.
It would cost you, for example, to have this ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement published, more than it costs us.
Because we do a larger amount of advertising.
LOUIS R. CUM AIL '& SONS C.
REAL ESTATE
Holder J5uiklingt lostoffice Box 475,

Telephone, 228.

Ocala, Fla.

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An Easy and Sure Way to Have
CHRISTMAS MONEY

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CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB
Starting December 28, 1914

Save a little every week for the next 50 weeks t

X ana you will receive a check for the lump sum (with

will never miss the small deposit weekly, and will
be agreeably surprised on December 13th to see

jyt how easily you have saved a nice sum of

Money for Christmas
JOIN TODAY

GET YOUR FRIENDS TO JOIN
EVERYBODY IS WELCOME

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Interest will be paid on' deposits if payments are

kept up promptly, but if depositor fails to keep up

payments when due, check will be mailed you for l

tne amount paid in,oniy, witnoui interest.

iNO CHARGE TO JOIN MEMBER'S TICKETS
ISSUED EACH DEPOSITOR WITHOUT COST

HE COMMERCIAL BANK OF OCALA
Capital Stock $50,000.00
State, County and City Depository

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His Fireproof Factory at West Or Orange,
ange, Orange, N. J., was Burned Out
West Orange, N. J., Dec. 10. Fire
destroyed virtually the entire main
plant of the Edison Company, here
last night, causing damages estimated
at nearly $7,000,000, with insurance
that, it is expected, will reduce the
loss to approximately $5,000,000.
An entire square block of modem
reinforced concrete buildings, which
were supposed to be fireproof, was
burned out. It is estimated that 3,000
men and women will be temporarily
thrown out of work by the fire. In
all about 7,000 persons were employ employed
ed employed at the plant.

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Atlantic Coast Lit.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
9:05 p. m.
No. 10 Leesburg to Jacksbnville-j-3:05
a. ni. '
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:05 a. m V- I
No. 38, St., Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:05 a. m. . ;
No. 39, Jacksonville to St.' Peters
burg 2:40 p. m; j
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville l:14vp. m. 7
No. 1 40, Ocala to Palatka -6 : 10 p
m. '". :;, .'"''-.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:50
a.m. v- -. v,
Nov 48, Ocala to Homosassa -Leaves,-2
1 02 pm, ''

(No. 49, Homosassa to Ocala Ar

rives 1:05 p. m. ; r

; No." 3 5 (Stfnny jlm) Ocala to Lake

land 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday

and Saturday. ; 1; f
No. 32 (Sunny jim) Lakeland; to
Ocala9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thurs-dayand
dayand Thurs-dayand Saturday. 4 4
Nd. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday,' Wednesday and Friday.
No. 1 5 0,. Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 d.
m.,i Monday, -Wednesday and Friday.
. Seaboard Air Line
No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa-
1:45 a. m. ;.f ""r.
(So. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Arrive,
rive, Arrive, 1:10 p. m.; leave, 1:25.
iNo. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
2;33 p. m. r ; -V
, (No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m. : --"
iNo. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Arrive
rive Arrive 1:12 p, m.; leave 1:30 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m. ; ,
Ocala Nortliernf ?
No. 71 -Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m. . v
'No. 72- Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m.

Don't Buy Tires Until M is Necessary ;
All Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed by- Me
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
FIVE Y E-A RS E XP E R I E N C E

, "THE TIRE MAN"

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Ocala, Florida.

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 Ihey
are gone there will be no more until
after the holidays. J, C Smith, the
Jeweler. 4-6t.

COURAGE IN WAR

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big success. Our published prices turned the trick, an

the saving to those vhb. took advantage of the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity amounted to much in real American dollars.
0nWriday; -'Saturday and Monday, Dec. 1112 and K,

we offer the following attractive prices for CASH: 1

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Fresh Marion County Eggs. . . . . .... ........ .38c
Marion County Sweet Potatoes; per peck 15c
Marion County Syrup, per gallon. . . ; . .40c
Lemons, per dozen 1 0c
Post Toasties, per package J 0 0c
Corn .Flakes, per package. ; ... '.t ...... . ; . .CCc
Grape 'Nuts, per package . 13c
Sauer's Extract, large size. . . . . . . i 1 8c
Sauer's Extract, small size ................... 07c
(grandma's Washing Powder, per package. . . .04c
Household Ammonia, per bottle X . ... . . . 07c

Sugar,, 16 pcunds for
Bacon, per pound .

Ham, per pound

Boiled Ham, per pund
Cheese, per pound, .

Compound Lard, per "pound,

Karo Syrup, per can
20 Mule Team Borax,

Bon Ami, per package

Sapolio, per cake .
Meal, per pound

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The Manaoement of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand 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 wiU be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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At the Top and Bottom.
Of all the people In Europe the
French havo.tha fewest children and
the Irish the most.

gray eyes

were his most remarkable feature.
Under strong excitement one ap appeared
peared appeared brighter and, as in the case of
Byron, larger than the other. Calcott
says: "It was like the eye of a hawk
and one could see his soul through
it" Barrett "never saw such eyes,
fire rolling at the bottom of them,"
and he confesses that he often pur purposely
posely purposely differed In opinion from Chat-

jterton to see how wonderfully his eyo
I would strike fire, kindle and blaze up-

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Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic Coast Line to points Scull: -the
Ohio and Potomac and East of the Mississippi rivers, icclui:
Washington, Cincinnatti, Evansville 'and Cairo, for: trains Dcccmlcr
18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 31, and January 1st, limited reiur: :l
January 6th; and to many points in the Northwest and Southwest, cn E -cember
19th to 24th, inclusive, and 29th to 31st inclusive, with limit c
January 18th. Also Key 7est Havana, December -17th, .'20th, 2-fth, :
27th, with limit of January i, 1915. For further particulars, cchcclu!
reservations, etc., apply to ticket agen ts Atlantic Coast Line, or address
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., T. C. WHITE, G. P. A.,
Tampa, Fla. Wilmington, N. C

J A (VIES AUSTIN "'WlORTLAKiJ
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates. Superintendence ::::
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Link, Link,-ings,
ings, Link,-ings, Water Pover, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P Ocala, FiorL

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ST. GAUDEfJS' GOLD COINS.
Thla Country Did Not Appreciate Their
Art, Saya a Critic.
Ail the arts but one. says Iayttm
Crlppon In Iiis book. "Clay and Fire."
Bhow dejjrndation today, in many cases
degradation 'so great that they have
virtually reased to exist. We have not
only forf;ottHn how to make beautiful
things, but we have even acquired an
instinctive dislike of beautiful things
They seem to have become offensive to
us.
There was recently one curious lit
tie instance to which I. am tempted to
refer showing as it did that in our
present stage of degradation beauty is
Hot only Ignored, but has actually be
come' offensive, causes instinctive dis
like. The St. ;audens ten and live dot
lar gold pteves were undoubtedly the
noblest Cfins produced in any country
in 200 years. Within a couple of
months the American pubifc had howl
ed them out of circulation.
.The explanation was afterward
made that the coins were disliked be
cause the relief was inconveniently
high, but a reference to the files of the
New York or Chicago papers will con
Vince anybody that the original outcry
was agalhst the design and only the
design of these exquisite examples of
die cutting But America has no mo monopoly
nopoly monopoly of this instinctive hatred of
beauty. It is exemplified in the van
dalism that is now common all over
Europe, the destruction of ancient and
glorious buildings, usually without val valid
id valid excuse."

OXYGEN GAS.
Tha Value of Rev. Joaeph Priestley's
Momentous Discovery.
Oxygen was discovered in the year
1T74. Josep h Priestley, a dissenting
English clergyman who bad turned
Bcientist,: obtained the hitherto un unknown
known unknown gas by Igniting mercuric oxide
The oxygen he thus produced he called
rdephlogisticated air." (
He and Benjamin Franklin had often
discussed the, mysterious composition
of air and water. No one up to that
time had ; determined what element it
,T7as in both which so invigorated tbe
Dhvslcal ; enenries of man.' It is said
that Priestley made his actual dis discovery
covery discovery of the oxygen" while experiment experimenting
ing experimenting In a .brewery near his home In
England. He spent the last ten years
of his ilf e in the United States, a
voluntary exile. .'. ': .' A :
. Today a monument ; stands a Eng England
land England to commemorate I'riestley's dis discovery.
covery. discovery. Were be alive, he could read
of thousands of lives saved by his
work; Oxygen Is the only gas capable
of suDDortinz respiration, and is re
peatedly used in, the sick chamber to
pull a, patient through a crisis. He!
mets eauioned with oxygen attach
ments enable the diver to go to ocean
depths, the aviator to ascend Into rari
fled air. the fireman to stand in dense
smoke.- and rescuers to descend into
gas filled mines. So wide are its uses
that some 4.000,000 cubic feet of this
iras are bottled in the United States
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every year. New York Post.
Clog Almanaca.
In early times in England the people
nsed. what were called clog almanacs,
which remained In use till the begin
ning of the eighteenth century. An old
writer thus describes them:
This almanac Is usually a square
piece of wood containing three months
on each of the four edges. The num
ber of days In them ore expressed by
notches, the first day by a notch with
a patulous stroke; turned up from it
and every seventh by a large sized
notch. Over ugainst many of the
notches are placed on the left, band
several marks oivsymbols denoting the
golden number or cycle of the moon.
The festivals are marked by symbols
of the several saints issuing from the
notches."
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The Exception.
Uncle Zack, the stable man. enjoyed
local repute as a weather prophet. Miss
Cassie. coraiuK down early one morn
ing, found Zack on the back porch.
"Is the rain going to last all day.
Zack?" she asked.' ;
Yessuiu. Ah recktn It is."
Why. Zack! Miss Cassie said. Ml
have always heard you say. Rain be before
fore before 7. c-letir before 11. Isn't that
true?" A
Yessum. it stfickly true." Uncle
Zack maintained stoutly, "jes Vepting
it doa n't apply to an all day rain,
ma'am "-New York Post.
No Sightseer.
Little Bobby Papa, did yon ever see
a cyclone carrying -nouses up in the air
and cows and horses and wagons up
side down? Papa No; my son. Little
Bobby Did you ever see a sea ser serpent?
pent? serpent? Papa No. rny son. Little Bob-
by I should think it ud be tiresome to
live to your age and never see any
thing. London .Mall. (
A Great (Difference.
You always advised against specu speculation?"
lation?" speculation?" Yes." returned Mr. Dustin Stax.
MYou never played tbe market your your-gelfr
gelfr your-gelfr No. sir I never played it; I work worked
ed worked It."-Washington Star.
Then She Couldn't Talk.
And what do you think Pd look
best in. Ieorge?" inquired tbe chatter
fng wife at the recess of a three hour
talk on I'lnthes.
"In a I'oma. darling." replied George,
be having secured his hat. New York
Press.
Plenty of Difference.
What the difference between a
cloud and 'whipped child? One pourc
with rain and the other roars with
.lain Uiidn Telegrapo.

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W: E. Smith, County Judge.

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HICLP A WORTHY CAUST3
You can do so -by subscribing to
the work of the Boys' Club. Tne
boys are anxioug to enlarge the
scape of the wor)t and are much in
need of funds secure a- place or
meeting. Funds are being solfcitea
to rent a room and also to furnish
same. In this column will appear
frpjn day to day, the na ae.i of those
contributing and the amount contri contribute
bute contribute I. All monies should be pairl
to the club treasurer, Master Wellic
Meffert. See Charles Duval, presi president,
dent, president, or R.. B. Bowers, adviser, for
particulars and to give subscription.
" Subscriptions
Men's Class of Religious Investi Investigation.
gation. Investigation. $1.50 a month.
SICK. TWO TEARS
WITIL 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. Adv.
A large shipment of genuine Jap
anese baskets just in. Gerig's. 5-tf
The only "Hotel on the. Square
now offers you the service of its
dlning'room. You'll come again if
you try it. 23-tf
Whole wheat bread made under i
new process.- wrapped' .' In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
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the inilsboro many cf tLtm acrost ttc
street or just aroiind the corner.. Direct
sjreet car serv ice to Unioa Station. m Hand,
baggage to and from boats and trains free
oi cnarge. i'ot'tera me in trains.
While ever? effort Is made to take care
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protect it from contamination while it goss through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness. ...
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this good ice of burs. Let cs
have your custom we deserve it.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, bECEMBER 12, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IHTTIXGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
4 It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

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

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The Clearwater Sun leads the pro procession
cession procession of Christmas editions with a
44-page issue, full of good stuff. Its
seldom that anybody gets ahead of
Powell.

Charging that they have been
guilty of malfeasance in office, Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammell has suspended from
office County Commissioners Frank
P. Williams, P. S. Bowen and R. D.
Drysdale, of Duval county.

Florida was worse hurt in propor proportion
tion proportion by the freeze of twenty yearsa
ago than the south is by its inability to
sell its cotton crop. Does anybody
remember Florida "asking aid, nation national
al national or otherwise, in 1895?

This week's issue of Dixie contains
a portrait and biographical sketch of

our former f ellov,'' citizen, Mr. C. M

TJrown, now a leading. merchant of Mi

ami. Mr. Brown was a hustler and

Ocala missed him when he moved.

STRONGEST IN THE CITY

While "Big City' and Anti Big City"
seem to differ in their views, there is
such a striking similarity in their lit literary
erary literary styles that one can't help think thinking
ing thinking they vwere both educated at the
same school and maybe ate out of the
same? plate.

The only empty .stockings on
Christmas morning ought to be those
in the bureau drawers.- Tampa'
Times.
We can't make up our mind as to
"whether the frentlemnn whn -wrrrktA the

above carefully puts his socks away
in his bureau on' retiring or wears
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imagine a riewspaper man having
both socks full of anything but feet

on Christmas morning.

MMr. Newton A.! Blitch, a member of
the state railroad commission, and a
gentleman well known in Ocala, which
is next door to his home, has been
ected' president of the Florida Bap-
fist 'Convention. Mr. Blitch is a rep representative
resentative representative man, a member of a fam family
ily family celebrated for the number of good
'ft-roie if Vine crJvfm t.Vi Rtftte. and the

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LgVeat Baptist church of Florida made
a wise choice in selecting him as its
highest official.

commission men are gooa inings in
their place, but some Florida fruit
and vegetable growers are virtually
in, ti afafo of npnnnp'e to snme of

them. The best -way for the growers
to help themselves is to organize.
The Citrus Exchange has done good
work and the Florida Vegetable Mar Marketing.
keting. Marketing. Bureau will be a power for
Vi'nl r if fha (,rnwpri will surmnrt it as

their interests demand that they
should.

J. 12. Worthington, city editor of
the .Tampa Times, won a ton of coal
at a Rotary Club meeting, and now
grants to sell it to the highest bidder
, fdr the benefit of charity. Gee!
"Worthy" must be' rolling in wealth.
A ton of coal! Clearwater Sun.
' He is only living up to the tradition

STRAUB HAS SIDE-STEPPED
The Ocala Star and the Lakeland
Telegram are urging that parents
teach their kids the use of firearms
so that there will be fewer fatal ''ac ''accidents"
cidents" ''accidents" from them. Good idea. Splen Splendid.
did. Splendid. And lest there be some mixup
among the parents themselves as to
just how. this invaluable education
should be imparted we hasten to ex explain
plain explain how our own mother did itand
we are confident her method is im impossible
possible impossible of improvement. There were
four of us boys up on the old Michi Michigan
gan Michigan farm, and one time we were en entertaining
tertaining entertaining a cousin from Chicago, and
this cousin was the proud and envied
possessor of a fine pistol with a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and shining brass barrel. The
five of us together acted just like any
other five healthy boys and one day
enuring a little rumpus, one of our
brothers who had red hair announced

that as quick as he could get hold of
that, pistol there would be, something
doing. Our mother happened to be
within hearing; and she went to the
cousin's room; got that pistol; came
out with it; and saying "Boys, 111
show you what "to do with that pistol"
dropped it into the well, which was
a tubular well 66 feet deep. And one
result of that very practical lesson in
the use of firearms is that that broth brother
er brother and that cousin are both visiting us

here in the Sunshine City right now.
St. Petersburg Times.
. Friend Straub has not seen, either
in the Star or the Telegram, anything
advocating turning over to a hot hotheaded
headed hotheaded boy a pistol for him to do as
he pleased with. The excellent mother
referred to acted as a woman might
be expected to act. A firm and cool cool-headed
headed cool-headed father with a little good advice
could have acted more effectually and
not aggrieved a boy by taking away
from him something he prized and
would have made no bad use of if he
had been properly instructed.
If our friend Straub will search his history,
tory, history, hevill find that from the time
of Cain until today; angry boys and
men. have always found weapons to
their hand when they were mad

enough to kill. A pocketknife is a
very useful thing; every boy wants
one and it is almost impossible for a
man to get along without one, but we
have personal knowledge of several
murders and a great many minor cut cutting
ting cutting scrapes in which pocketknives
were the weapons. As far as we are
concerned, we would rather take our
chances against a gun or pistol any
day than against a knife. Does Friend
Straub argue that boys and men
shouldn't be allowed to have pocket pocket-knives?
knives? pocket-knives?
Whenever the time comes that we
are too just and kind to. kill or maim
each other in anger, all the guns and
pistols in the world will make no dif difference.
ference. difference. Until that time, we will man

age to hurt each 'other sometimes, if

not with firearms, with knives or

clubs or brickbats or rocks.

In the last few days, the Star out

of curiosity, has interviewed a num

ber of our leading citizens as to how

old they were when they first began
to handle guns. Beginning with Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit Court Judge W. S. Bullock, the

reporter interviewed County Judge

Is Fort King Camp, Which Elected
Officers for !ext Year Friday
Evening
Fort King Camp Woodmen of the
World held a well attended meeting
at its headquarters in the Hogan
building last evening.. After the rou routine
tine routine business of the camp was attend attended
ed attended to the annual election of officers
was taken up, resulting as follows:
Consul Commander J. W. Lamar.
Adviser Lieutenant H. O. Cole.
Banker T. D. Lancaster, Jr.
Clerk Chas. K. Sage.
Escort C. L. Leitner.
Watchman C. L. Rilea.
-Sentry W. S. Bray.,
Manager J. H. Benjamin.
Delegates to the Head Camp to
meet in Lakeland next March J. W.
Lamar, C. K. Sage, P. V. Leavengood.
Alternates to Head Carhp M. M.
Little, H. O. Cole. F. J. Burden.
State Organizer Dame, .who now
makes his headquarters in Tampa,
was present and reported the excel excellent
lent excellent progress of the order throughout
his territory. Mr. Dame is one of the
charter members of Fort King Camp
which was organized twenty years
ago, and up' to the time of his re removal
moval removal to Tampa was probably one o:f
the most enthusiastic choppers in the
camp. He mentioned the organiza organization
tion organization with a membership of five, two of
whom, besides himself, are still in
the ranks, Dr. J. M. Thompson and
Dr. James E. Chace. t
The camp now enjoys the distinc distinction
tion distinction of having the largest member membership
ship membership of any lodge in the city and is
nearing the two hundred and fifty
mark. On account of the next reg regular
ular regular meeting night falling on Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, there will be no meeting until
January 8th, at which time the newly
elected officers .will be installed, and
Organizer Dame has promised to be
on hand as installing officer.

OFFICER KOONCE LEADS
: 1 POPULARITY CONTEST

Last night's count in Kreger's pop popular
ular popular city official contest showed the
following standing of the contestants:
Koonce, 2760. f w ;
Adams, 263m5.
Hocker, 1145.
Chambers, 800.
Felts, 800. ;
Caldwell, 585.
Robertson, 465.
Sistrunk, 390. f
Holloway, 330. J
Hunter, 330.
Cleveland, 305.
On account of his not being eligible
under the rules of the: contest, 360
votes for Mr. Walter Wells were
thrown out.

of his craft, -which is generally ready

to give away everything except its i Smith, Sheriff Galloway, County Clerk

friends. Nugent, ex-Sheriff Gordon,. City Mar

shal Adams, ex-Clerk Sistrunk, Dep

uty Sheriff Smith, City Clerk Sis

trunk, and a number, of other respon

sible men who hold positions that

call for cool heads and steady hands.

All have learned to handle guns from

seven years old up to twelve, and not
ons of them ever had an accident

with a gun or shot at a man without

good reason.

The essence of the matter Is that

we have weapons, and have to have
weapons as long as other people have
them. And as long as we have to have
gunst pistols, autoes, dynamite and
flying machines, the best safety
against accident with them is to know
just exactly what to do with them.
. The Times-Union has summed the

matter vip accurately-and -concisely in

.thefollcwing paragraph:

The defeat of the German squad squad-Ton
Ton squad-Ton off the Falklands leaves the swift
cruiser Karlsruhe the only German
war vessel at liberty outside of Ger German
man German waters. The bunch of German
cruisers that was afloat in the At At-lantic
lantic At-lantic and Pacific when the war broke
out gave a good account of them themselves,
selves, themselves, but that they should succumb
to the overwhelming sea powerof
Great Britain was inevitable. While
they whipped one British squadron
andfdestroyed a large number of mer merchant
chant merchant ships, their activity had little
influence on the contest. From the
. first, the main trade of Britain with
North America, Australia and the
Mediterranean was comparatively
safe, and the ships destroyed in the

Pacific and Indian oceans made little

difference.

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'It is better that 99 guilty men

should escape than that one innocent

man should suffer," is supposed to be

a principle in law. The trouble is

that the 99 guilty men, andthen

some, have escaped; also that eyery
time a guilty man escapes an inno innocent
cent innocent person suffers all the more. X

MR. TOMPKINS

RETURNS THANKS

Editor Star: T wish to thank my

friends in Ocala and especially those
of the first ward for the splendid
vote given me in Tuesday's election'.

Assuring them that I shall put forth

my best efforts to give good service
as councilman during my term of of office,
fice, office, I am, Respectfully yours,

D. W. Tompkins.

CHARITY BALL
AND CARD PARTY

A charity ball and card party for
the benefit of the Woman's Auxiliary

of" the Marion County Hospital Asso Association
ciation Association will be given Tuesday evening,
Dec. 15th, 1914, at the Ocala House.
Music by the Temple orchestra.
The admission fee, twenty-five
cents, includes dancing and card play playing
ing playing privileges. A buffet lunch will be
served during thet evening for which
a charge of twenty-five cents will be
made. V.
This will give our people an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to pass a pleasant social eve evening
ning evening together and at the same time
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Much Honor Given to Marion County
Men
Editor Star: Mr. Ed Carmichael
and I represented Marion county' in
said convention at Jacksonville on the
10th inst4 and helped to, smother sev several
eral several proposed bills that would haye
cost Marion county several thousand
dollars. The state tax commission
was there and every assessor who
failed to attend did. his country a
great injustice.
Mr. Carmichael made several sug suggestions
gestions suggestions that had so much good sense
in them that he was unanimously
elected one of the five directors, but
he explained that he was no longer a
county commissioner and therefore
not eligible and requested that Cap t.

S. R. Pyles's name be substituted for,

his, which was done. He was then
elected an honorary member for. life,
which I consider a very great honor.
I was elected vice president, so Mar Marion
ion Marion county fared well.
Alfred Ayer.

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Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT Three rooms and bath,
furnished for light housekeeping;
city and cistern water Apply to
Mrs. P. IL,Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. 11-tf

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

FOR SALE Old newspapers, 10
cents per hundred, at this office.'
FOR RENT Lower flat for rent 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, ceflar posts; all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

CARD OF THANKS

We wish to thank our friends for

A ft,n ,crf;fi;rtTi -r-Aoc fViaf nnKthe kindness and sympathy shown us

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American citizen shall be denied the

right to bear arms. On the plea that
some citizens were unfit, the right
was denied;, when it was the theory of
Jefferson tluit every citizen should be
encouraged to keep the best weapon
within reach. Certainly the American

unfit to carry arms is unfit to be a

citizen."

THERE'LL BE BIRDS GALORE
Monday night, December 14th, is
the date which is being Wked for forward
ward forward to by the members of the Ocala
lodge, Knights of Pythias, with a
great deal of pleasure. That is the
night on which the entertainment
company has been promising the boys
a real bird supper, and one of the
members of that committee assures
the Star that there will be ah abund abundance
ance abundance of quail and. doves on 'hand to
appease tthe appetite of even those

eat "experts," Stapp, Sage & Com-

pany. apace, iorDias giving, tne

names of the silent members of the

firm.)

utithe darkest hour of our bereave

ment in the loss of our husband, son

and brother. The beautiful tokens of

flowers, the words of comfort and

sympathy from friends and the mem members
bers members qf the lodges cannot be forgotten

by his loved ones.
Mrs. W. H. Smith,

A MntVier. Sisters and RrntViAr.

POSITION WAfNTED A competent
young man -wants a position as
bookkeeper or office man; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, Jut

not a typewriter or stenographer.
Address Star office. 2 5-tf

LAKE HOUSE 'FOR RENT A new.

modern, 5-room cottage, 'bath,

screens, etc., completely furnish

ed; close to Lake Weir, adjoining

orange grove of Carney Invest-

' ment Co., for rent for the winter

: Address, H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
Fla. 27-30t

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HEALTH AND STRENGTH ALONG WITH YOUR SPOr.T.
WE ARE THE PEOPLEM OIt YOUR AIULS AND A!i:iUNI A!i:iUNI-TION
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FOR SALE Nice large residence on
beautiful, large lot; in best neigh neighborhood;
borhood; neighborhood; on Fort King avenue ;
price right. S. S. Savage, Jr. T-lm

FOR RENT House for rent on Wa-
tula street opposite telephone of office.
fice. office. s Gas, electric lights, hot and
cold water. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at Mrs. Haycraft's millinery
store. 2-12t

WANTED One hundred Ocala house-
holds to use the "Allen Princess"
range, the best made. Call phone
10 and .ask E. C. Jordan & Co., about
them. They are at 223 W. Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. T 8-tf

WANTED I have a proposition for
two hustlers; salary and commis commission:
sion: commission: men or women: answer to

"Wanted," care Star.

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FOR SALE White Rocks, Fishel
strain; high class breeding pen;
cheap for ready sale; also pen In Indian
dian Indian Runners. Apply 304 South
Jhird street, east. 12-10-tf
WANTED Twenty-five cents per
hundred paid for names suitable for
mailing lists. A straight, bona
fide offer. Write for particulars. M.
Marks & Sons, Charleston, S. C. It

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NOT KNOW THAT DURING THESE YEARS YOUR EYES HAY
HAVE UNDERGONE SOME IMPORTANT CHANGE SO THAT
YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT WHAT ,YOU REQUIRE' NOV. YOU
SHOULD COME IN THEN "ANU FIND OUT. WE YILL TEST
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0CALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS j
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

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Tenn.,-and spent today with Mr. Carl

ton's sister, Mrs. M. E. Ervin. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow they will go out to Orange
Springs, where they will spend the

Yuletide Guests

With Christmas less than two ; holidays with Mr. Carlton's parents.

weeis off, final plans for the holidays

are teing rapidly completed and many
homes being made ready for the yiilip
tide ruest who is soon to arrive. ;; Tfye
Chriitmas season promises rlqtjto be
as gay as former ones but it wili be

enlivened by several large and beau-j

tifm parties and a number of small
informal affairs.
jfr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval will have
as guests Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Mc Mc-Doughal
Doughal Mc-Doughal who will arrive from Long
Grove, Ky., on the twenty-tfrird for
an extended visit, and Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Sfird, who will -come up from
Leesbuig to spend Christmas day. Mr.
and Mr.?. John Hansborough and Mr.
Herndon Hansborough will visit the
former's brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker, arriv arriving
ing arriving from Tampa the day after Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. Arriving from Tampa Christmas

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eve, Mr. Wallace btovau win spenc

U. D. C Meeting
At the cozy home of Mrs. J. C.
Caldwell Dickison Chapter, U. D. C,
met yesterday afternoon to hold its
December business meeting, seven seventeen
teen seventeen members attending.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, president, pre presided.
sided. presided. Minutes of the. two last reg regular
ular regular .meetings and a call meeting
were read and approved after which
the regular routine work was taken
up. Mrs. E. L. Carney, who was the
chapter's delegate to the general con convention
vention convention held in Savannah last month,
gave a very splendid account of the
three days' session. It was the first
time that Dickison chapter had ever
been represented at a general con convention
vention convention and Mrs. Carney's report was
one of the most interesting and en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable ever delivered before the
chapter.

The visiting committee for the, cur

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a week or ten days with his mother, rent month includes the chapter, and

sister and other relatives. ..Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr and son and
Mr; Guy Zewadski of Tampa, will be
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewad Zewadski,
ski, Zewadski, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott will
Tiave with them the former's-mother,
Mrs. Cardy of Clearwater.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Birdsey and
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iwu tiuiuicu win arnve vjiiuauuaa
week to visit Mrs. Birdsey's mother,
Mrs. II A. Ford.
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers will
entertain Mr. and Mrs. George Ford
and Mr. B. S. Weathers of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Stevens
and daughter of Lakeland
At 'the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clar Clar-ence
ence Clar-ence Camp there will b Mr. and Mrs.
George Armstrong and daifghter, who
"will arrive from Savannah on the
18th, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fitch and
daughter of Chicago, who are now in
the city, and Miss Ethel Harrell of
Virginia, will probably be another
guest in this home, coming down from
Brenau.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Adcock and
children of St. Petersburg will visit
Mrs. Adcoclc's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
P..E. McClane. Mr.Tand'Mrs: F. G.
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Prof. K. J. Weihe and wife of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Mrs. Weihe's sister, Mrs.
Minnie Pfeiffer, also of Jacksonville,
Mr. James Leslie of Panasoffkee, and
probably Miss Alice Linder of Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky., who is now in Tampa.
Miss Margaret Taylor 'arid ?Miss

Miriam Pasteur, who are teaching, th

former m the Valdosta Normal aria
the latter in the high school at Frt

Myers, will return home.

Mr. James Brooks' of Tampa will

spend Christmas day with his parent
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brooks.

Mr. and Mrs. Groman of Muncie,
Tnd.f will visit their daughter, Miss
Mildred Groman, teacher of domestic
science in the public school, .and. after
a few days in Ocala3 will take a trip
through Florida accompanied .by their
daughter.
Mr. W. H. Wilson will join his wife
and family at the home of Mrs. Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.
Martin. Miss Mary Ervin will come
up from Clearwater on the 20th for a
visit of a week to her mother, Mrs. M,
E. Ervin.

Tof. and Mrs. J. H. Workman of

Miami will be guests of Mrs. Work-!
man's parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dodge, arriving f r om Jacksonville

Dr. James Chace .of Jacksonville
will spend several days with his son,
Dr. J. E. Chace and family.
Rev. Patterson hi Lakeland is a
guest at the manse7 arriving today to
occupy the pulpit of the Presbyterian
church tomorrow in 4 the absence of
Dr. W. H. Dodge. a : ;
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Mr. Julius Brown will not return

from Perdue University for 'the holi holidays,
days, holidays, but will join his sister 'Miss

Helen Brown in St. Louis and together
they will visit an aunt until the new

year.

each member is requested by the
president to help brighten the lives
of some elderly person and the Con Confederate
federate Confederate veterans.
A motion was made and carried
that the chapter write the state reg registrar
istrar registrar for a copy of her registration.
It was also moved and carried that
the chapter send a Christmas box to
the Old Soldiers' Home in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Marmalades, preserves, jellies
and suck like will be sent; and the
members will kindly notice and send
their contributions next week to the
home of Mrs. C. Carmichael where on
Monday week Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs.
C. F. Flippen will superintend the
packing of the box.
The chapter is in correspondence
with the director of the "Tom Thumb
Wedding" and some time during the
new year, if satisfactory terms can
be obtained, the play will be given by
local talent, the funds to go to the
building of the chapter house.
Before adjourning an invitation to
meet in January with Mrs. H. B.
Clarkson was accepted.
Mrs. Caldwell in a very attractive
manner, served her guests to refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. As the members arrived they
were invited to the- dining room and
at a prettily appointed table were
served to fruit salad, wafers, sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and tea, the tea -being, poured
by Mrs. Carney. On each sandwich

was a little Christrffas cardT

Today at 1 o'clock Mrs. W. T. Gary

was hostess to a beauiif ully appoint appointed
ed appointed luncheon, entertainrig the teachers
of her three attractpTe children, and
Mrs. Cassels, wife oi Prof. Cassels,
and Miss McKiss&ck, the seventh

"grade teacher.

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pretty Christmas cards marked places
for the guests, who were Miss Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, Miss Griffin, Miss Marsh, Miss
Gates, Miss Rowley, Miss McClain,
Mrs. Graham, Mrs. Rochford, Mrs.
Cassels, Miss McKissock and Mrs.
Gary.
An elegant course dinner was serv served
ed served and the hour at the table with the
charming and always interesting
hostess was greatly enjoyed by the
ten guests who were so thoughtfully
honored by Mrs. Gary.

The memBers of the Philathea class
of the Methodist church were enter entertained
tained entertained last evening by their teacher,

Days to Christmas

Rev. Bunyan Stephens is atvhome
from attending the Bap fist conven

tion in Pensacola.

Sir. and Mrs. J. W. Wilson of Kear Kearney,
ney, Kearney, Neb., are guests for the winter of

Mr. and Mrs. William Greece at tneir
home on South Pine jstreelv
Mr. CarltonSrvin, who holds a
'position at Clearwater and Ms sister,
Miss Mary Ervin, who has- a music

olass there, will sDerd-ChriiK mas with

their mother, Kirs. M. E. Ervin in thisf

, city.

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There's Every Reason For
and -None Against Making
Your Christmas Purchases
NOW

ALL KINDS OF NOVELTIES

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Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Carlton Vmd baby!

arrived yestarday Xrom Memphis, 'Muiiroe Sc ChamblisS Bank

Mrs. F. R. Bridges at the home of
Mrs. E. P. Rentz, where she has a
room. About twenty young ladies
were present and assisting the host hostess
ess hostess in entertaining were Mr. Bridges,
Mrs. Rentz and Mrs. Jack Rentz, the
latter singing sweetly a number of
pretty selections. Hot chocolate,
wafers and fruit were served.
Collegs Boys and Girls Returning for
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the Holidays
Beginning the middle .of next week
and continuing daily until Christmas
eve afternoon, the boys and girls
away at college will be arriving to
spend their Christmas vacation at
home.
Among the first to come, will be
Misses Katherine and Mildred Pyles
from Brenau. Miss Beulah Hall also
of Brenau, will divide her vacation
with her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hall at Wildwood
and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
R. Hall, in Ocala. Earl Hall of the
Tome School, Fort Deposit, Md., will
arrive on the 24th. W. M. Martin,
Roy Cam and LaGrange Sistrunk,
of the Georgia Military Academy,
will reach home on the 19th; Miss
Sarah Pearl Martin, of Washington
Seminary, on the 19th; John Tarver
of Georgia Tech., on-the 21st; William
Camp, Leslie and Pat Anderson, all
of Washington and Lee University,
Christmas week, and Laurie Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, of St. Leo, on the 24th. Misses
Gladys Martin, Annie Pope Eagletori
and Annie Moorhead will come from
the State College at Tallahassee:

Misses Blair Woodrow, Marie and
Dorothy Hickman,vfrom the Woman's
College, Columbians. (J., the two lat latter
ter latter to visit their cousin, Miss Onie
Chazal, who will return from St.
Genevieve Convent in Asheville; Cam Cameron
eron Cameron Gamsby from Sewanee, Tenn.;
Robert MacKay from the University
of Florida. Miss Helen Cochran of Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, will accompany Misses Pyles
home from Brenau and will be among
the attractive holiday visitors. There
will probably be others returning
whom we have not- mentioned.
'
Eight O'Clock Dancing Club Enter Entertained
tained Entertained Last Evening
v Last evening at the Woman's Club
the Eight O'Clock Dancing Club en entertained
tertained entertained at another of the delightful
series of dances it is giving this win

ter. The affairs, given fortnightly,
are keenly anticipated and last night
about thirty-five members of the
dancing set enjoyed greatly the eve evening,
ning, evening, dancing from 8:30 fill 12:30
oclock with only av few minutes be between
tween between dances.
Prof. Freeman of New York' and
Miss Oldham of Knoxville, who are
meeting with such success with their
dancing class in Ocala, were among
those attending and during three of
the intermission gave beautiful ex-

ibitions, .dancing the very latest

stfeps.

nch was served during the eve

ning pnd a program of charming se se-lecticms
lecticms se-lecticms for the dancers was rendered
by ine Temple orchestra.

he club will entertain at a beau

tiful Christmas ball on the twenty-

fifth and New Year's evening will
again entertain, the two affairs prom promising
ising promising to be the most brilliant of the
holiday season.

Those present last night were Miss

es Marguerite Porter, Clyde O'Niel of
Columbus, Ga., Ruby Gissendaner,
Kathleen Jackson, Mildred Groman j
Minnie Sto vail,' Rosebud Robinson,
Mamie Taylor, Julia Oldham, Mr. and
Mrs. James Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. 'Jack Camp,
Mrs. R. C. Camp, Mr. and Mrs. I. F.
Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mr.
and Mrs. R. S. Hall Messrs. O. B.
Howse, W. B. Gallagher, R. L. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Jr., Norton Davis, W. D. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Whit Palmer, Sam Mathews, J. P.
Chazal, Carlisle Izlar, Clarence Mef-
fert, W. H. Fredman and W. I. Evans.
Last evening Mrs. M. J. Roess en entertained
tertained entertained at a six o'clock dinner in
honor of her father, Mr. R. L. Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, and pretty little daughter Mary
Rachael, and handsome young son,
Martin. The occasion of the dinner

was to celebrate the birthdays of the
honor guests, all three of which came
within a week, the dinner occurring
on the anniversary of Mr. Anderson.
A color motif was developed in the
appointments of the pretty table and
centering the table were three birth birthday
day birthday cakes with lighted candles, one
with five, another with seven" indicat indicating
ing indicating the ages of the little guests of
honor and around the large cake
were twenty-eight tapers signifying
how old the other honor, guest feels
and looks. Mrs. Roess guests includ included
ed included only members of her immediate

family, and the evening was happily
spent by all present.
Mrs. Mabry Sumner went to Tampa
this morning, to visit her aunt, who is
ill.
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Mrs. Ki A. Alfred and daughter,

Mrs. Laird W. Hendricks, were in. the
city last night, leaving this morning
for Port Inglis. Mrs. Alfred has been

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Leather Collar Bags
Leather Handkerchief Gases.
Leather Bill Books.

Mice (EMs Hop LM:es 7;V: .
Handkerchiefs, embroidered or lace.
Collars, lace and plain.
Hose, silk and lisle.
Gloves, silk and leather.
Belts, suede, leather and silk.
Bags, large or small.
Dress Pins, beautiful assortment.
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spending several months with her
son-in-law and daughter at their
home in Youngstown, O., and Mrs.
Hendricks accompanied her mother,
home for a several weeks' visit.

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Mr. Ev F. Fitch arrived this after afternoon
noon afternoon from Chicago to spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with his family, who are guests
of Mrs. Fitch's brother, Mr. Clarence
Camp and family. :

Mrs. D. E. Mclver will entertain
the Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church Monday afternoon
from 3 to 5.30. All friends of the
church are invited to spend the social
hours with them.
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Miss Minnie Hussey of Jacksonville
who has been a guest of Miss Ade Adelaide
laide Adelaide Richardson, went Tuesday to
Ccala, where she will spend a few
days before proceeding to her home.
Gainesville Sun.
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Miss Ophelia Gray returned to her
home in St. Petersburg yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Gray attended the open opening
ing opening ball of the Tampa Yacht and
Country Club Wednesday evening
and during her stay in Tampa was
the guest of Mrs. Chester McFarlane.
Tribune.
Miss Mabel Meffert returned home
this afternoon. Miss Meffert was
graduated Wednesday from Fairmont
College, Monteagle,' Tenn., and en
route home enjoyed a brief visit to
friends in Sewanee.

Mrs. G. K. Williams received a wire
this morning from Chicago conveying
the sad news of the death of her
brother, Mr. Williams. Mrs. Williams
left on the 4:20 train for Chicago to
attend the funeral. In her bereave

ment Mrs. Williams has the sympathy

of her many friends.

The meeting of the Marion County
Teachers' Association, in the study
hall of the high school this morning,
was attended by about twenty-five

teachers and several visitors, some of

them from the Woman's Club. The

program, including an excellent paper

from Mr. Cassels, was well carried

out, and all present enjoyed some ex excellent
cellent excellent musical numbers by E. C.
Smith, Jr., and Miss Maude Mcintosh.
Mrs. R. S. Hall invited the teachers to
meet Jan. 16, at the Woman's Club, at
which time Mr. Marcus Fagg of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville will be present and explain
the work of the orphans' home.

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There is little use for us to
advise you to go to the most
reputable jeweler you can for
your silverware. That

means, of course, that you can stay right in town
and come to us. You are then sure ol what you
are getting.
GJ Some folks think it is better and cheaper to order
silverware from mail order concerns.
5I Of course that is taking too big a nsk for you.
C Come to us. See what you are buying. Take
our personal word for the goods you select.
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We Put
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Making it Easy tp '
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In your Home This Christmas
you will not only enjoy a Merry Xmas, but will be
assured a lifetime of piano satisfaction. MEHLIN
INVERTED GRAND PIANOS, while constructed
to meet space limitations of modern homes and
apartments, embody that unequalled tonal quality
of a" Mehlin Grand Piano a tone desirable beyond
your fondest expectations.
Come in and hear these matchless Mehlin
Inverted Grand Pianos we'll gladly
demonstrate them and arrange convenient
terms of payment. Other instruments,
taken as part pdyment.
HERBERT LATTNER
DISTRIBUTOR
PHONE 517 OCALA, FLA.

OF THE

Jil-MITEB FAIR

DOMESTIC EXHIBITS

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Class $1 Embroidery
Best specimen Bulgarian embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs." J. L. Edwards, Ocala. No
competition. ;
Best specimen Mont Meleck em embroidery,
broidery, embroidery, Mrs. A. E. Waterman, Ocala;
2nd speciemn, Mrs. J. D. Small, Ocala.
Best specimen Wallachian embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs. F. W. Ditto, Ocala; 2nd
specimen Mrs. L. E. Yonce, Ocala.
Best specimen Hedebo embroidery,
Mrs. Sam Walker, Mcintosh. No No-competition.
competition. No-competition. V"
Best specimen Coronation embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs. J. W. Akin, Ocala; 2nd
specimen, Mrs. H. C. Groves, Ocala.
' Best specimen Eyelet embroidery,
Miss Lily Lopez, Ocala; 2nd specimen,

Mrs. S. B. Robmson, Mcintosh. ;
Best specimen Colored embroidery,
Mrs. E. S. Clay; 2nd specimen, Mrs.
Chas. F. Flipped Ocala.
Best specimen Kepouse embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs. Chas. F. Flippen, Ocala;
2nd specimen, Mrs. Geo. F. Flewellen,
Mcintosh.
Best specimen Hardanger embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs. A. Petrie, Bay Lake; 2nd
specimen, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Ocala.
Best Rinch Work embroidery, Miss
Nell McCorkle, Ocala; 2nd specimen,
Miss Inez Bateman, Mcintosh.
Best specimen Cut work embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs. Leon Fishel, Ocala; 2nd
specimen, Mrs. A. Kristiansen, Ocala.
Best specimen French embroidery,
Mrs. ..G. A. Carmichael, Ocala; 2nd
specimen; Miss Bessie MacKay, Ocala.
Best specimen Rice Stitch embroid embroidery,
ery, embroidery, Mrs. W. A. Goin, Ocala ; 2nd
specimen, Mrs. H. S. Minshall, Ocala.
Best specimen Maderia embroidery,
Mrs. A. Kristiansen, Ocala; 2nd spec
imen, Miss Nellie Gottlieb, Ocala."
Best specimen Delft embroidery,
Mrs. Harvey Clark, Ocala; 2nd spec-

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There are only three more week days
of the great

of

D urin g which time you can take advantage

the unsurpassed bargains that we are offerih

in all lines of
UP-TO-DATE, STYLISH MERCHANDISE
The sale closes
TUESDAY NIGHT, DEC. i5th,
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Eacli Day,. With 10 Cents, You Cam Get 5 Calces
of Octagon Soap "With $1.00 M
' ) Other Purchases
Everyone in the country is talking about this
sale. Come and get your share of the bargains.
The closing days will be the best.

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imen, Mrs. G. A. Carmichael, Ocala.
Best 'specimen Jewell embroidery,
Mrs. Marcus Frank, Ocala. No com competition.
petition. competition. Best specimen Ribbon (special) em embroidery,
broidery, embroidery, Mrs. G. A. Carmichael,
Ocaja; 2nd specimen, Mis:? Bessie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Ocala.
Best specimen Special embroidery,
Miss Alberta Phelps, Center Hill. No
competition.
Best specimen Special embroidery,
Mrs. E. W. Clement, Ocala. No com competition.'.,;
petition.'.,; competition.'.,; v -i.-i f-1 -: i -iy ;.- :
T Class No. 10 Lace Work
Best 7 specimen Honiton lace, Mrs.
Henry Livingston, Ocala ; 2nd speci specimen,
men, specimen, Mrs. B. F. Dbrsey, Mcintosh.
Best specimen Point lace, Mrs J.
C Johnson, Santos; 2nd specimen,
Mrs. H. C. Groves. Ocala.
Best specimen Irish lace, Miss Es Esther
ther Esther Lewis, Ocala; 2nd specimen,
Mrs. Herbert. Lattner, Ocalar
Best specimen Duchess lace, Mrs.
H. W. Tucker, Ocala; 2nd specimen,
Mrs. James M. Gros3, Ocala. ;
Best specimen Battenberg lace, Mrs.
John L.' Edwards, Ocala; 2nd speci specimen,
men, specimen, Mrs. Chas. F. Flippen, Ocala.
Best collection of. lace work. Mrs.

J. W. dates, Ocala; 2nd collection.
Miss Demetrie, Ocala.
Class No. 11 -General Fancy Work
Best specimen -drawn work, Miss
Minnie, Livingston, Ocala.

Best specimen Tatting1 work, Mrs
M. A. Taylor, Coleman; 2nd specimen,
Mrs. Emma D. Cook, Ocala.
Best silk quilt; Mrs. Geo. F. Flewell Flewellen,
en, Flewellen, Mcintosh; 2nd quilt, Mrs. A. J.
Snell, Oklawaha.
Best v worsted quilt, Miss Ruby
Knight, Ocala; 2nd, Miss Cora Colby,
Ocala.; Cm' :
Best patchwork; quilt, Mrs. M. G.
Moznge, Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. J. C. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Santos.
Best knitted counterpane, rs. BI.
G. Moznge, Ocala.
Best woven counterpane, Mrs. Geo.
J. Blitch, Ocala.
Best crochet wool carpet, Mrs. E.
C. Bennett,' Ocala.
Best i crochet slippers, Mrs. ; H. W.
Tucker, Ocala.
Best exhibit paper flowers, Mrs. W.
A. Goin, Ocala; 2nd: exhibit Mrs..
Julia Moses, Ocala.
Best fancy scarf, Mrs. G. C. Hoop Hoop-en
en Hoop-en Ocala; 2nd fancy scarf, Mrs. S. F.
Sanders, Ocala.
Best hand bag, Miss Bessie MacKay,'
Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. Jos. I. Gist, Mcin Mcintosh.
tosh. Mcintosh. V Y- ; --i
Best handkerchief case, Mrs. H. W.
Tucker, Ocala.
Best bed quilt (special), Mrs. H. E.
Ball, Center Hill. ;
Best .specimen burnt wood work,
Miss Kathenne Livingston, -Ocala;
2nd Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch, Ocala.
Best "; specimen stencil work, Mrs.
E. G. Peek, Ocala; 2nd Mrs. J. J.
Knoblock, Martin.
, Best specimen knitting work, Mrs.
Ross Shillinglaw, Center Hill ; 2nd
specimen Mrs. S. F. Sanders, Ocala.
Best exhibit wire grass work, Mrs.
J. D. Ferguson, Ocala; 2nd exhibit,
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Ocala;
Best exhibit palmetto work, Miss
Pearl Fausett, Ocala. No competi competition.
tion. competition.
Best exhibit pine straw work, Mrs.
D. M. Smith, Ocala.. (special)
Best exhibit corn shuck work, Mrs.
W. P. Guntel, Kendrick. (special)
Best exhibit hair pin work, Mrs.
Ross Shillinglaw Center Hill, (special)
Best bead purse, Mrs. H. C. Groves,
Ocala. : ., .- ;
Best bead necklace, Mrs. H. C.
Groves, Ocala; 2nd necklace, Mrs.
John Bailey, Ocala.
Best bead belt, Mrs. HC. Groves,
Ocala; 2nd bead belt, Miss Mary Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston Ocala. t
Best .exhibit bead work, Mrs. Jofcn
Bailey, Ocala.
Best exhibit curios by Marion coun county
ty county collector, Mrs. John Bailey, Ocala.
2nd exhibit curios, Mrs. F. W. Ditto,
Ocala. T '
Best exhibit curved sugi wood,

Frank Nelson, Coleman. No compe

tition.
Best collective exhibit of general
fancv work. Mrs. A. Petrie, Bay Lake;

2nd exhibit, Mrs. Julia Moses, Ocala.

Class No. 12 Painting, etc.

Best oil painting, Mrs. C. G.";Lam--ereaux.
Center Hill; 2nd, Mrs, Henry
Livingston, Ocala. i
Best water color painting. Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall, Ocala ; 2nd, Mrs. C. G.
Lamereaux, Center Hill.
Best crayon work, Miss Louise
Spencer, Ocala.
Best oil portrait, Mrs. Henry Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. M. G. Bate Bateman,
man, Bateman, Ocala. V ,v
Best hand nainted dress (special)
Mrs. Ross Sh;llinglaw, Center Hill. ;
Best collection water color painting,
Mrs. T. E. Bridges, Ocala.
(To be Continued)
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CHAPTER XVII.
The City or the Woods?
a LTItOrCHl Dandy Tuailinson's
r i bullet find passetl through 'Jie"H
sljm!(Ier. It had left a very ugly
wound, but k the.' .young-'-woodsman's
clean mid healthy-. life stood him
hi good stead, and the process of heal
liig went oii'.htpidly.v J
We had fet Sad a doctor from-Priam-'
ville. who left a' string 'of instructions,
which Linda' 'carried out as closely as.
she could. Indeed, she would have de
voted most of her time to Joe. but he
managed to maUe her' spend a good
part of each day out of doors. Some Sometimes
times Sometimes he Avould beg for a fish for his
supper and she must catch.it herself
to prove how well she had 'profited by
his teaching. There were half a hun hundred
dred hundred things he suggested, not one. of
which was obvious' or trifling, until I
marveled at his ingenuity.. ; i
'You are finding the time long.' Joe?"
I said on one occasion. v i
"No, Mr. Quarltcb, the hours" slip
past quick enough. 'Pve never )had a
lie-by and awhile for thinking since I
been a man. There's a good few puz puzzles
zles puzzles to life that wants facing one time
or, another. I s'pose."
"Which puzzle is it that you are .fac .facing
ing .facing now.?"'-'" '. 1 : ''-;-" I.'-'-
"Mr. Petersham wants to be the mak making
ing making of me." ;
"Then you're alxiut the luckiest
young man In this hemisphere.'
"Just so. and I feel his kindness is
more'n I deserve. He'd make me head
warden here for a bit first and then
send some kind of a' professor to teach
me how to talk and fix me up general
ly." He paused.
"Well, that sounds very reasonable,"
1 commented.
"And after they'd scraped some of
the moss off me he'd put me into h(s
office." ; ; v. -V;
I hid the astonishment I felt at this
announcement. "After that itd be up
to me to make good. He'd help all be
knew." '; t i'.;Y!;- V ';: -"
"It sounds a very brilliant future for
you. November." .... ;
Joe was silent for a moment. "It
does, Mr. Quaritch." he said at length
in a different tone. "And it gives, me
something to think about.; So they
caught Muppy all right? Ulm aDd Put
tick '11 find prison a poor place after
the woods." v :
"I can feel for them." said 1. "for I
am leaving the woods tomorrow my myself.
self. myself. I must get back to' Quebec."

"Huh, yes! There's no call for you
to stay longer."
"As to that, you'll be here for quite
awhile yourself.. f
' He made no reply, and when I turn
ed from the window to look at him he
was lying with his. eyes closed, and.
thinking he was tired. I left him
At the end o the south veranda was
situated a small detached room which
we had turned into a workshop, and
early the- same afternoon 1 went
around there to repair a favorite fish
ing rod. The veranda was empty as I
passed through it, but presently, Peter
sham joined me.
'That fellow November Joe is an in infernal
fernal infernal fool! he said presently! "He
Is a dolt without an ounce of ambi-

tionr ' ; ; ; ,' 1
"In his own sphere" I began.
'He is all very well in his own
sphere, but he should try to rise
above it" , j
"He has done uncommonly well for
himself so far." I said. "He has made
good use of his brains and his experi experience.
ence. experience. In his own way he is very, very
capable."
"That is true enough, but he has got
about as far as he can go without help.
As you say. he has done all this for
himself. Now. I am ready' to do a
good deal more for him. I'll back him
in any line of business be chooses to
follow., I owe him that and more.
Heaven knows what might have hap happened
pened happened to Linda but for him."
"You owe a good deal to November"
"I am well aware of it," replied Pe Petersham.
tersham. Petersham. "I am convinced 1 owe him
Linda's life."
Something in his tone showed me his
further meaning. I dropped my fish fishing
ing fishing rod and stared at him. I knew
Linda had enormous influence over her
father, but this was beyond imagina imagination.
tion. imagination. "You'd never allow it!" I cxcKimed.
"Why not? he retorted angrily.
"Isn't Joe better than the Hipper
dude? Or Phil BItshelm or thanthat
Italian count with his pedigree from
Noah In his pocket? -Tell me. where
ts she going to find a man like Joe?
Why. he's got It In him to do things things-big
big things-big things and I hope I'm good enough
republican not to see the Injustice of
nailing a fellow down to the spot
where he was born." s
"But November would never dare
look so high! He's modest."
"He'll get over that!"
"1 doubt it." I said. "Besides, you
are reckoning without Liuda. How
do you know that she"

"Nat ura !-:y I don't know tor surej
about Linda."- he answered shortly:
then, glancing at his wan h: he' gut up.
:.'Ju.t iMutnt time to g-j my mali
ready." .- "-.,.',
We had been ..speaking in low tones,
for the -suhjert tr our conversation
naturally did not lend itself to lou'd
talk, and besides, during the last juar
ter of an hour or so a murmur of
voices' from the verandah had warn
d us to be careful. We had not shut
the door leading to the veranda, as it
was the only one. and we needed it
open for light and air.. Petersham
walked -toward it., but. Instead of step
ing out. lie turned and, laid a baud
like a vise on my. arm.
"Quiet! Quiet for your lifer he
whispered- "She must never know
we were here!"
"But. Joel you're mistaken. Joe. I
wish it It was Linda's voice, shy
and trembling as I had never heard it
"Ah. that's all your great goodness.
Miss' Linda, and 1 haven't earned none
of it." -" --- V..-J ,v;
I pointed frantically to the door. We
must shut that door and shut out those
voices, but Petersham swore at me
under his breath.
"Darn. you know .those hinges
screech like a wildcat! It can't be
helped, for it would kill her to know
we heard a word of this."
We crept away into the farthest cor
tier of the workshop, but even there
phrases floated to us. though merciful
ly we could not hear all. i
"But father would help you. for you
know you are a genius. Joe.";
"All I cotild ever do lies imthe woods.
Miss' Linda; woodsways Js tht whole
of it. A yard outside the wood and
the meanest chap bred on the streets
could beat me easy. I can't thauk yon1
nor Mr. Petersham the way I'd like to,
for "my tongue is slow." Here bis
voice fell.
"Cut if you bate the city life so
much 3'ou must not go to the city." It
was Linda again. "Live your life in
the woods. 1 love the woods too."
"The woods is bleak and blacks
enough to them that's not born among
the trees." .Them that's lived outside
alius wants more. Miss Linda."
! A :ong interval followed before the
voices became audible again.
V'Oh. no. no. Joe!"
Petersham clutched my arm once
more at the sound. -
"You're, so young, j Miss Linda, you
don't know. J d. give my right hand
to believe different, but. I can't. It
wouldn't be best not for you.'
November's ..tone, moved me .more
than Linda's passion. He was a man
fighting it out against his own heart
I knew well the power of attraction
Lindq possessed, but somehow 1 had.
not guessed how it had worked on Joe.
I had. Indeed, been right In so far that
be had not dreamed of aspiring to her;'
nevertheless the episode would mean
pain and loss to him, i feared, for,
many a day. '.- .' ;:: ." v. -:
Once more I heard him.

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"Don't you think I'll be proud every

hour I ha ve to 1 live that you was so
good to me, Miss Linda? I shan't nev

er forget it." ,

"Joe. 1 think 1 hate you!" she cried.

And then the quick tap of her footsteps

told us she had run Into the house.

There was absolute silence for a min minute
ute minute or two. At length Joe sighed heav

ily and with the slowTAbcrious move

ment of weakness Went to his room, o

When all seemed safe Petersham and
I stole out of hiding like thieves, and.

though we exchanged no word. Peter Petersham
sham Petersham was swearing violently under his
breath until be shut bis oifice door.

Rather to my surprise November Joe

came out for awhile after supper, be because
cause because he said it. was my last evening

at Kalmacks. Neither he nor Linda

gave any sign that anything unusual

had passed between them. Indeed, we
were gay enough, and we had Charley
Paul in to sing us some French-Cana

dian songs.

After sajing goodby as well as good
night to Linda and her father 1 follow followed
ed followed Joe to bis room.
"I won't wake you up in the morn morning.
ing. morning. November I said. "There's noth nothing
ing nothing like rest and sleep to put you on
your legs again." ; 5
"I've been trying that cure, Mr. Qua Quarltcb,
rltcb, Quarltcb, and I won't be long behind you."
"Oh. where are you going to?
"To my shack on Charley's brook.
I'm kind o homesick, like, and that's
the truth.",
"But ': how about Mr." Petersham's
wish to give you a start in bis business
in New York or Montreal?"
"I'm not the kind of a guy for a city.
Mr. Quarltcb. All the chaps dvget
turning round to stare at the poor wild
fella,, and I'd sure be scairt to sleep in
one of them up in' the. blue sky houses
anyway!' file laughed. : t '
"But you would soon be used to city
ways and perhaps become rich." ;
"That was what the mink said to the.
otter: 'Go you to the city and see the
sights, says he. but the otter knew

.the only way he'd ever see. the city

would be around some lovely gal's
neck." .
November Joe had no idea how far I
could read Into bis fable.
"And what did the otter say?"
"Huh, nothing! He just went down
his slide into the lake and, got cbasin'
fish,, and I guess be soon forgot he
missed seein the city all "right."
"And how about you, Joe?"
"I guess I'll get chasm'-fish, too, Mr.
Quaritch."
When I arrived at' the depots aV Pri Pri-amsyille
amsyille Pri-amsyille in the morning, to my sur surprise
prise surprise I found November Joe there be before
fore before me.
: "Why, Joe!" I exclaimed, "you're not
fit to travel."
VI thought I'd go on the cars with
you. Mr. Quaritch. If you'll have me..
There's a good many times to change
before we gets to Silent Water, and
I'm not so wonderful quick on my feet
7eLM
He soon grew strong again, and he
wrote me of his trapping and shoot-,
big, so at any rate he Is trying to for forget
get forget all that he renounced at Kalmacks.
But will Linda have no further word
to say? Ahd if she t ; ; f
I wonder.
TUTS END.

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Best. English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 2Qc
Brazil Nuts, best No.' 1,
per pound tOc
Fresh California Italsin3,.
. per pound 5c,
Two pound for 2Gc
Large -Bananas,; frsh q
ery day, per doz. . 120c
Homemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound IGc,
ALL FRUITS CIIKAPCIt,
than TJLsiivi:ni:
-'i,3 "wMJtil iiij a
) 430 N. MnnolLi St.
CARMICHAEL. .... BLDG.

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ON TItKES OK A BEAUTirUL
GROVE.
Do You want them at a IXargaia?
, I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of lC acres, on- 20-acro
tract, all fenced hut no other Im Improvements.
provements. Improvements. More than 2,000
boxe3 of oranges now on -trees
almost ready to ship. Big, line
trees, mostly budded to Parsou
- Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain In the County.
Call on or Address
Room 3, .' Merchant's Bloc::
Phone 1125, OCALA, FLA

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Your Order will ha Ye
t r Immediate Attention-
3.0. SMOAK
i At Smoak's Wagon Shop..

J. D. McC ASKILL
State Agent For
BADGER BOARD
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The Best Interior Finishing
Material Made.

Contracting and
Building

Phone 451

Ocala f Fla.

Funeral Directors
llflDERTAKERS and EfilBAtiERb
fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
O. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ill Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER .......... .... 104
C. V. ROBERTS ............ 305
Undertaking Office. 4?

Sufficient Unto Himself.
"What the superior man seeks is in
himself: what the small man seeks Is
in others. Confucius.

Not New to Her.
' A party of Cleveland ers entertained
some holiday visitors recently, and
having showed them everything In Interesting
teresting Interesting in Cleveland proper,- they
had to take tbem out to New burg for,
a view of the asylum. The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent was in a genial frame of mind,
and he conducted the bunch personal personally.
ly. personally. "Here is a queer case, ladies," bo
said, pausing at a particular cell. "This
man has the delusion that he pos possesses
sesses possesses the motive power that runs the
universe. He is perfectly harmless,
but he actually believes that without
him the world would not move.
Strange notion, isn't it?" "Why, not
at all!" exclaimed one of the women.
"My husband has the same Idea, and
he always has had it. Is he crazy,'
too?"-CIeveland Plain Dealer.

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Tomato Juice for, Stains.
Tomato juice is said to be success successful
ful successful in many cases in removing ink ink-stains
stains ink-stains from white materials, such as
handkerchiefs, muslin frills, etc. It
must, however, be done as soon as pos possible
sible possible after the mishap occurred. A
clean piece of blotting paper, should
be laid Sunder the stain, and a slice
of raw.v ripe tomato rubbed over the
surf acey fresh pieces of blotting paper
being substituted until the ink spot
has vanished.

We are now able to furnish a few
more customers with pure Jersey milk
and cream. For milk f showing the
highest test in Ocala, phone No. 421,
Ocala Heights Dairy. 8-6t
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"THE QUCCIi OF GVCCTC."

Thcss Cupcno Chocolatci
are t&e puret, llacet, best Itiat ever carrj-. i
adessageof frit-nclihlp to t?r "diJtT
tokens of lore end esteem that &wi co ntita
to fcer Cirktaa plsaaarcs.
jjCslf woali lock 2 a oea ia a
paper basr bat, pat op, they ie, ia x x-qaisita
qaisita x-qaisita bol'.day boxes, gayly fcedeckei with
ribbons, they are the meet bewUcLiij t'zt
Uiit erer met miUJy's tjt I
So, no ioattcr ythii ei yoa ruiy !t
Mtr,wbecunn tut box of d-
roes wita it 1 Put cp la 1, 2, 3 &-pou 1
DOXiJS.

Tremendous Satisfaction.

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Very cheap for cash or can
make favorable terms or 'will
trade for city, property. See

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OWNER
At, the Courthouse, Ocala, Florida.

Under and by virtue of an execu execution
tion execution issued out of and under the seal
of the circuit court in and for Marion
county, Florida, dated the 5th day of
December, 1914, in a certain cause
wherein H. J. Wall and Sons are
plaintiffs and J. S. Pyle is defendant
I have levied on and will on
Monday the 4th Day of January, 1915
the same being a legal sales day, and
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale at the west door of the court
house in Ocala, Fla., and sell the same
to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described real es estate
tate estate in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Northeast quarter of northeast quar quarter
ter quarter of northwest quarter of section
34, township 17, range 23 east. Sold
to satisfy said execution and all
costs. J NO. P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff Marion County, Fla.
H. M. Hampton, Attorney. 12-5-sat
H. M. Hampton, Attorney. 21-5-eat

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All kinds of Jewelry, Type-
Satisfaction guaranteed. J
J ly executed. Prices reasonable.
J Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
writer. Sewing, Machine and I

2(6 S fJagnolia Street

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L 'ALEX AW EC
Jareful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
vork for the money than any other
'-u'r,cto7 in the city.

i Upon Good Ground
So much as we are quiet and cheer
ful upon good ground, so much vve l!v&
and are. as it vere. in beaven--rt.
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

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; Priends vvill regret to hear of the
illness of Mrs. J. E. Bailey.

Fishel's for Santa Claus. ll-2t
Books for grown ups at The Murray
Comnanv. 8-tf.

Dec. 1 72 65
Mechanical toys at Fishel's. ll-2t Dec. 2 ....76 62
Dec. 3 .. .74 62
Have you tried one of those Jim Dec. 4 ............. .77 62
iizes" at Johnny's Place ? 12-tf Dec, 5 .74 53
, Dec. 6 52 47
Boy's wagons at Fishel's. ll-2t Dec. 7 ..... ; . .69 50
- ; , Dec. 8 ..... ....... .61 52
' Rattan jardinieres for Christmas at Dec. 9 .. .. ....66 51
Burnett, the jeweler's. 9-12t Dec. 10 58 46
Dec. 11 ......49 37

Books for children of all ages at
The Murray Company. 8-tf

Alfred J. Beck of Ocala was among
those who spent yesterday in Florida's
interior metropolis. Gainesville Sun.
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the View dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf

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. Max. Min. R. F.

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Shop at Fishel's. ll-2t
For best quality and service, phone
Gerig's, "A Reliable Drugstore." 5-tf
See the beautiful Valland Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cards and booklets at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 8-tf.

Local Forecast
Increasing cloudiness and warmer
tonight, probably rain northwest por portion;
tion; portion; Sunday unsettled and warmer,
probably rain in north and central
portions.

Toys for Christmas gifts at The
Murray Company. 8-tf.

Mr. W.. Duval, who went to Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee on legal business before the
supreme court Wednesday, is expect expected
ed expected home this evening.

THE MARKETS

NAVAL STORES
New York, Dec. 12. Turpentine,
45 to 46; rosin $3.65.

COTTON
Cotton closed very steady, nine to

thirteen points higher.

6.80; March 7.19; May 7.36.
Livenpool, Dec. 12. -Cotton dull,
middling 4.25.

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December

The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its buii buii-ness
ness buii-ness a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. :v
We invite you to make this bank your bank arid enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors. ;, ; J

EAST BROADWAY CHURCH

Old newspapers for sale at 10 cents
per hundred at this office. tf
Youll never quite fully appreciate
a Jim fi? till you try one at Johnny's
Place. 12-tf

Mr. C. C. Bailey of Jacksonville is
expected here tomorrow for a visit to
his Ocala friends.

Dolls, dolls, at Fishel's.

10-2t

Handsome stationery at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 8-tf.
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Mr. W. L. Lamar, a hustling com commission
mission commission man from Atlanta, is in the
city.

KREGER'S X'MAS
KREGER'S.

NOVELTIES
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Mrs. J. A. Tucker and Mrs. E. H.
Peters are the week end guests of
Mrs. Harry Peter at Dunnellon.

Community Linen correspondence
cards with Ocala, Fla., engraved on
each card. Now sold at Gerig's. 5-tf

One of those silver mounted shav shaving
ing shaving sets at the Court Pharmacy will
make a much appreciated Christmas
present for him. 8-tf

Velocipedes at Fishel's. ll-2t

The entertainment committee of the
Elks is preparing an extra good
program for the meeting of the 22nd.
There will be in evidence something
never thought of before, and all mem members
bers members and visitors are expected to be
present.

A pretty line of manicure sets
trimmed, in Persian ivory sterling sil silver
ver silver and pearl, with leather retainers.
Just the thing for a useful Christmas
present. The Court Pharmacy. 8-tf

The ladies of Ocala are respectful respectfully
ly respectfully requested to call on Mrs. F. W.
Whitney at the Persian, 107 Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha Ave., and get acquainted with her,
and her mode of business 7-tf

Dr. A. W. Lamar of Atlanta, Ga.,
will preach at the Baptist church to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning and evening, and

will also give a lecture at the church

Monday evening.

, An Ansco Camera makes a splendid
Christmas present. We have all kinds
from $1.50 upward. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 8-tf
Mr. George R. Carter, of Inverness,
is in the city on a Christmas shop shopping
ping shopping expedition.
Have you seen the new Community
Linen paper with Oca)e. Fa., engrav engraved
ed engraved on each sheet? For sale at
Gerig's. 5-tf
Mr. A. T. Thomas went to North
Carolina yesterday afternoon on bus business
iness business for the Woodmar Sand & Stone
Co.

Try our steam baked bread, made
irom the choicest flour and milk to
be had. Shop is always kept in
most sanitary condition. Carter's
Bakery. 5tf

Holday gifts, just lots of them, at

KREGER'S.

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An elegant line 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. -6t.

IRISH POTATOES 20 CENTS PER
PECK; HALF BUSHEL 35 CENTS.

CARN-THOMAS CO. 10-3-

(Disciples of Christ)
Roy B. Bowers, Minister ;
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon: "Jesus' attitude
toward the religious customs of his
day; does humaneness, the needs of
humanity, or legality in religion,
strict observance of religious customs
and ceremonies take first place in the
kingdom of God ? Two cases in point
from the life of Jesus himself. Is it
the business of Christianity to build
up the church or to answer the cries
of helpless humanity?"
7:30 p. m.- Sermon: "The voice of
the prophets; the shepherd of Tekoa,
a rustic preacher and his message to
the great city."

This church commits itself to the

simple religion of Jesus and asks you
ta walk wjth it in this despised way

of the cross. We seek fellowship with

God and an opportunity tto serve men

in his name.

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Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at

any hour. Adv. tf

It is the earnest desire of the offi officers
cers officers of the business men's Sunday
school class at the Methodist church
that a full attendance be on hand to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.

The new Community stationery
with Ocala, Fla., engraved on each
sheet in a winner. At Gerig's. 5-tf

' Persian Ivory Toilet Sets are the
very latest thing out, and we have,
them in abundance at very reasonable
prices for the holidays. The Court
Pharmacy. 8-tf

The Red Cross seals furnished by
the National Red Cross Society may
be had from The Murray Company.
Everybody uses these seals during
the holidays, as the proceeds from
their sale is being used by the society
in its anti-tuberculosis campaign.

Santa Claus at Fishel's. ll-2t

No other highball tastes just as
good as those at Johnny's Place. 12-tf

- Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala House? You'll never know
how good it is till you do so. 123-tf

The Men's class of religious inves investigation
tigation investigation will have their monthly
meeting at the home of ,E, H. Martin
on Eighth street Saturday evening at
7:30. A splendid program 'has- been
prepared for the occasion. All the
men of the class are expected to be
present. 10-3t

You can buy Dennison's X'mas
boxes, tags and seals at KREGER'S.

The best assortment of imported
and domestic perfumery and toilet
water in the city at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 8-tf

- Mr. L. T. Clawson, owner of

akeside hotel at South Lake Weir,

has just returned from his summer

fime in Bethlehem, N. H., and is

visitrtoucaia today.

Eat Carter's Bread; baked with

steam and thoroughly sanitary sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. - 5-tf.

Tom and Jerry, the best thing yet,
every cold day at Johnny's Place. 12tf

HELPLESS AS BABY

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

Millinery at Fishel's.

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Mr. C. A. Hogin, of Marion, Ind.,
who is spending the winter at the
Lakeside hotel, South Lake Weir, is
among the visitors in the city today.
Mr. Hogin called at the Board of
Trade rooms and was much surprised
at the wide scope covered by our agri agricultural
cultural agricultural possibilities as exhibited
there.

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Down xa Mind Unable to Work,
and Wtat Helped Ker.

Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna
Belle Emey; of this place, says: "I suf suffered
fered suffered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with without
out without success. 1 suffered so very much,
that I became down in mind, and as help help-Jess
Jess help-Jess as a baby. I was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
- I began taking Cardui, the woman's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, my health was completely restored.
I arrf now 48 years years old, out feel as
good as I did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over ooor. suffering women, and could

make them know the good it would do
them."
If you suffer from any of the ailments'
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
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'. n nas Deen neiping weaK women iui
i more than 50 years, and will help you,
I too.
1 Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it

Captain Tom Bridges, state recruit recruiting
ing recruiting officer, was at the capitol for a
few hours this week. Capt. Bridges
has held his position for a quarter of
a century, under the state and for formerly
merly formerly under lessees of the state pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, and is a genial officer of wide
popularity throughout Florida.- Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee item in Dixie.

Purity is paramount You sret it
solute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your .prescriptions her-
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf

A Tom and Jerry at Johnny's Place
is the best drink you ever tried. 12-tf

Seventeen pounds of sugar for $1
with cash purchase of $1 worth of
other groceries, Saturday and Mon

day only. Smith Grocery Co

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They say the fooi and service at
the Ocala House dining room is fine.
The proof of the pudding Is in chew-

tjie bag. 23-tf. 1

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Moten Bagley, colored, has been
placed under bond in two cases made
out against him in Judge Smith's
court for assault. It is alleged that
Moten wielded a baseball bat in a

manner denoting anything but friend-
ship at his home in the third ward
Thursday night. The allegations are
that he struck his wife and another
woman during the evening's pleasures
with said baseball bat with other than
playful intent. The cases have been
been set for next Wednesday.
A highball made and served at
Johnny's. Place is hard to beat. 12-tf

CLEAN COTTON RAGS WANT WANTED
ED WANTED AT THIS OFFICE.

Writt tt ChAtt&noora. Medietas Co.. Ladies'

ldriOr rVnr f.hft nntttr Tmn (nr C-Aii :

Inrtruient on your case and 6-par book. "Horn and sizes. "THE DENNISOM KIND"

X'mas boxes, tags, seals, all shaoes

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' REN SUFFER INFLQPJDA?

WE DO .NOT BELIEVE that the good people of Florida
realize that there" are right now in our State
Hiiridireds of
' Sonie ilbsqlutel Homeless That
WE FEEL SURE that they do not kuowihatfe.-afe
hundreds of Worthy Motherh in Florida y :6 are just
struggling to keep their little ones alive, and at home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with- these facts
true, and every orphanage in Florida Croyded to the
doors, that the people of Florida will let our great work
which has cared for 850 of these little ones This year
alone, go down for lack of funds to keep it up. Your
immediate help, is greatly neededRight How. Please
- send what you can today to
- R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer;,
The Children's Home Society of Florida,
Flo
361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.

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Ocala's Cheapest and Greatest Holiday oi

Ocala's Cheapest and Greatest Holiday o

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JLverytiiiiig 'ior iLverybcdyv; ;
ollday Gifts bf E very -Ms&U$i.

oys or Girls; "Mama;-

or Papa or Loved
Ones
SEE OLD SANTA CLAUS AT OIS HEAOQUAHTERS
Will be open each night daring the Holidays

TEE MEW MACE&ST TmE

Next to Schlemmer's Bakery, West Broad way

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