The Ocala evening star

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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

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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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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
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ISSilS CLAir.1 TflAT GERLIAU ADVAI1CE Oil 17AHSA17 HAS
MET VJiTH A BLOODY A!!D DECISIVE REVERSE S

Petrograd, Dec. 14. Through great
snowdifts as high as a man's head
west of Warsaw, the Germans are
hurling half a million men upon the
Russian line from How to Clowno in
a desperate attempt to open the way
to the Polish capital. They are mak making
ing making night and day attacks but all
have been repulsed. In the Mlawa "re "region,
gion, "region, where the Russians are making
a drive toward the Thorn and Soldau
front, the Germans were forced to re retire
tire retire at several points ten to twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five miles, abandoning guns and muni munitions.'
tions.' munitions.' : -y'-Y:
Russians pursuing the Germans
north of the Vistula captured a large
number of prisoners. As a result of
latest developments Warsaw is- now
considered free from danger, though
once the evacuation of the city was
considered.
AUSTRIANS HAS TO YIELD IM IMPORTANT
PORTANT IMPORTANT TOWN TO THE
MONTENEGRINS
Cettinje, Dec. 14. -After two days'
fighting the Montenegrins have cap captured
tured captured Vishegrad, driving the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians across the Drina.
THE SERVIANS TOOK MANY
PRISONERS
Nish, Dec. 14. The Austrian re retreat
treat retreat continues. The Servians took
28,000 prisoners to Dec. 11th:
KAISER IS IN A
SERIOUS CONDITION
Is Suffering from Bronchial Pneu Pneumonia
monia Pneumonia and Must Undergo
Operation
' Basle, Dec. 14. A dispatch ; from
Berlin reiterates the report that the
kaiser's condition is serious. It states
that the kaiser is suffering from ser serious
ious serious bronchial pneumonia and must
undergo an operations when suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently strong. The crown prince has
been summoned to Berlin.
Volland Christmas cards, one cent
each and up, at The Murray Com Company,
pany, Company, v-v 10-3t
Tom and Jerry, the best thing yet,
every cold day at Johnny's Place. 12tf

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SHELLS SHOWERED ON THE
TOWN FROM TURKISH
WARSHIP
Constantinople, Dec. 14. It is offi officially
cially officially announced that the Turkish
warship Jewad Selim, formerly the
J German cruiser Goeben, bombarded
and set fire to the Russian port of
Batoum Friday. The Russian land
batteries replied but their resistance
was ineffective. ;
HURRY CALL FROM
THE CANAL ZONE
Col. Goethals Wants Torpedo Boat
Destroyers at Once;? ;
' Washington, Dec, 13 Col. Goethals
last night requested that ; destroyers
l?e sent to the canal zone immediately,
but no specific explanation of the
need for naval vessels there was in included
cluded included in the message.
GONE ASHORE AT GALLEGOS
Career of the Dashing Cruiser Dres Dresden
den Dresden Has Closed
Buenos Ayres, Dec. 14 The Ger German
man German cruiser Dresden, one of the
squadron engaged by the British war warships
ships warships off the Falkland Islands and
which took flight, has stranded on the
Argentine coast near the port of Gal Gal-legos.
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PILES UP ON OUR HANDS
Cotton Exports .Were Less by Fifty
Cent than for Last Year
Washington, Dec. 14. Government
census report today shows that 420, 420,-663
663 420,-663 bales of cotton were consumed in
November against 456,366 last, year.
Exports 760,929 bales against 1,505, 1,505,-259
259 1,505,-259 last year.
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 i3 being used by the society
in its anti-tuberculosis campaign.
No other highball tastes just as
good as those at Johnny's Place. 12-tf

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FROM NOW ON PRICES WILL RANGE FROJll $25 AND UP
We will Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool.
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE 015 SUITS AND OVERCOATS

Come on You Big,

CARN BUILDING

OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 14,

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EIIBLISH SUBMilllE -SUDS TUIISII DATTLES1IIP
ID ESCAPED MIE1ES A!10 DAtTERlES UnilURT

London, Dec. 14. The Turkish bat battleship
tleship battleship Messudien was sunk by a
British submarine in the Dardanelles
last night. The submarine entered the
Dardanelles by diving beneath the
mines guarding the channel and es escaped
caped escaped unhurt under a heavy fire from
ships and shore batteries.
PUG STACKS
OF
UNITED STATES HAS ENOUGH
TO SWEETEN THE WORLD
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Washington, Dec. 14. With a total
of nearly two hundred and fifty mil million
lion million pounds, all records for exports
of domestic refined sugar were broken
in the three months ending October
31. Shipments since the outbreak of
the war exceeded by over a hundred
million .pounds the exports of entire
year of 1910, which was the high re record
cord record year for the last quarter of a
century.
SIX NEW DESTROYERS
Contracts Awarded for Five and Oie
( ; to be Built by Government v
Washington, Dec. 14. Secretary
Daniels yesterday warded contracts
for the construction of the six tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boatv destroyers authorized by
the last naval appropriation bill. Five
will be built in priyateyards but the
sixth will be constructed at the Mare
Island navy yard. It will be the first
destroyer built in a government yard.
BRINGING THEM TOGETHER
Department of Labor Trying to Con Connect
nect Connect the Jobs and the Men,
Washington, Dec. 13. Secretary of
Labor Wilson declared yesterday in
an address before the Southern Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Congress that the department
of labor is doing all it can to bring
"the jobless man to the manless job."
The conference was called to consider
ways and means of directing the tide
of immigration fleeing from .- war
stricken countries to ; the Southern
farms instead of the crowded coast
cities. .-W,V:f.';'-v;:.v":-
DR. G. A. LOFTON
Nashyille Tenn., Dec. 13. Dr. Geo.
A. Lofton, aged 76, for twenty-seven
years pastor of the Central Baptist
church and well known as an author,
died here last night as a result of a
stroke of paralysis. Dr. Lofton has
been president of the Tennessee Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Association for twenty-seven
years. He was a Confederate vet veteran.
eran. veteran. : V
WE MAKE A

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LIMPS ALONG THE ARGENTINE
COAST WITHIN MARINE
LIMIT
Buenos Ayres, Dec. 14. Vireless
reports are to the effect that the Ger German
man German cruiser Dresden fled from Santa
Cruz and has arrived at Punta Ar Arenas,
enas, Arenas, keeping within the neutral three
mile limit. British warships have
bottled the Dresden up. ;
11 AFOUL OF
THEIR HDD LUES
AUSTRIA LOST TWO TORPEDO
BOATS IN THE ADRIATIC
Rome, Dec. 14. Two Austrian tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boats are reported to have been
sunk with all on board in the Adriat Adriatic,
ic, Adriatic, by striking mines which bound
Pola and Lis sa.
HE HAS GREAT HOPES
Jean de Jeaux Believes Germany will
Begin to Starve in January
Paris, Dec. 14. M. Jean Le Jeaux,
the political economist, predicts that
by the end of January, Germany will
begin seriously to feel the effect of
the blockade. Six thousand big steam steamships
ships steamships making 20 voyages each annual annually
ly annually are necessary to provide Germany
with foodstuffs, combustibles and raw
materials. v
. Within six weeks, M. Le Jeaux es estimates,
timates, estimates, she will have exhausted the
supplies on hand before the war.
CUTTING OFF THE
SOURCE OF CANKER
Washington, Dec. 14. rThe secre secretary
tary secretary of agriculture has issued an or order
der order effective January I, 1915 prohibi prohibiting
ting prohibiting the importation from all foreign
countries of citrus nursery stock, in including
cluding including buds, scions and seeds, ex except
cept except fbr experimental or scientific pur purposes
poses purposes by the department of agricul agricul-ture.
ture. agricul-ture. ''"- :
This action is taken to prevent the
introduction into this country of citrus
canker and other citrus diseases found
in foreign countries and liable to be
introduced on nursery stock.
Purity Is paramount You "eet ab
solute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your prescriptions her-
Bitting; & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf

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: CAUSED BY THE BllSSIEl
Paris, Dec. 14. With vigorous dem dem-onstratioris,
onstratioris, dem-onstratioris, the .allies have assumed
the offensive all along the line. Pro Progress
gress Progress is being made in the direction
of Metz, Strassburg and Muelhausen.
The evacuation of St. Mihiel by the
Germans is imminent as the result of
pressure, by the French in the Lepre Lepre-tre
tre Lepre-tre forrest, where they, are menacing
the German line of communication.
1 The battle in West Flanders wages
incessantly. All efforts of the Ger Germans
mans Germans to Tegain their lost ground at
Ypres, on the Argonne heights and
along the Meuse and ii Alsace have
been repulsed with heavy losses. v
TOOK AN IMPORTANT POSITION
Paris, Dec. 14. (Official) A steady
offensive was. taken this, afternoon
by the French on' the right .wing,
advancing their front fin Alsace in
the Woevre. region. The French cap captured
tured captured a line of German trenches on
a front five hundred yards long, and
have repulsed, two fierce counter at attacks
tacks attacks ;on other positions of the line.
Violent artillery engagements are go going
ing going on. . ; -.
CIRCUIT COURT CONVENED
VERY DIFFERENT VERSION
Berlin, Dec. 14.---An! official report
issued at 3 p. m. says that the light
French attacks on the German posi positions
tions positions on the Meuse and in the Vosges
region were easily repulsed.
LAWSUIT OVER A LEGACY
Cause of Equal Suffrage May Not
. Receive Mral Leslie's Cash
, New York, Dec. 13. Mrs. Frank
Leslie's million-dollar bequest to the
cause of woman suffrage, was at attacked
tacked attacked yesterday 0 afternoon in two
suits started in the Supreme Court,
by L. VS. Weisbrode and Lonetta L.
Hollander, grandchildren of 'Frank
Leslie, founder of the publishing
firm, which bears his name.
The plaintiffs demand $500,000 each
as their share, and also set forth that
$200,000 should be paid to Frank Les Leslie,
lie, Leslie, third, and Arthur Leslie, also
grandchildren.
The petitioners allege Mrs. Frank
Leslie was entitled to only one-third
of the $1,800,000 estate which she
disposed of by will.
GREASERS ARE SHOOTING
THEIR PRISONERS
W'ashinerton. Dec. 14. Consul Silli-
man reports that General Fuertes and
four minor officials were executedLinj
Mexico City last Wednesday. '
We Can Fit You AH.
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BELOW ZERO IN THE NOIITII
AND COMING SOUTH WITH
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1 Chicago, Dec.
14.
!elow
zero
weather prevails in a d'jzcn western
and central states. This morning
ushered in real winter. Heavy c.iov
extended south bc!ov Chattanooga.
Devil's Lake ,Michir;an, 13 the cold coldest
est coldest place in the United State:. The
mercury there is 'eighteen below. At
Galveston it is twenty-eight above.
The freeze extended to the gulf coast,
with, "colder weather predicted for to-
SNOW BLOCKED THE RAILROAD
New York, Dec. 14 :Heavy snows
and coid covers the east today. Trains
are seriously delayed. Over a foot of
snow covers Pennsylvania
PARDON BOARD WILL
SSiv v ; 'v 'MEET THIS -WEI
Tallahassee, Dec. 11. At th: 3 r. u u-lar
lar u-lar meeting of the state board r,f j t t-dons,
dons, t-dons, which consumed all cf 'Wednes 'Wednesday,
day, 'Wednesday, '.Thursday and Friday, cf this
week the board heard, considered and
passed upon ninety-seven applica applications
tions applications for pardon. Fifty-.Ivc of the so
applications were denied,' twenty-five
passed for further in veetiga tie n and
I consideration by t!:a board, cendition-
al pardons were granted to fourteen
J applicants, practically all cf whom
t had already served ths larger part cf
the sentences imposed ucn them and
whose applications were strongly en endorsed
dorsed endorsed and presented commending
features. Three sentences were com commuted
muted commuted or reduced in caees where
strong h swings were made. In addi addition
tion addition to the foregoing a con: id: fable fable-number
number fable-number of applications for clemency
were brought to the board's attention
but were not passed upon for the rea reason
son reason that the requirements of law with
respect to making application'for par pardon
don pardon haji not been complied with.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant' ( Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
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OCA LA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914
CITIZEN SOLDIERY
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IN BAD SHAPE

FOR SALE
302 and 306 South Fourth Street East
Ten rooms and five rooms
Five minutes from centre of city
714 South Sanchez Street, East
Seven rooms
Near new public school
There is a demand for homes to rent
These properties can be purchased
for reasonable prices and terms
LOUIS R. CIMZAL & SONS CO.

REAL ESTATE

Holder Building.
Telephone 228.

Postoff ice Box 475,
Ocala, Fla.

Washington. Dec. 13, "In no state

is the prescribed minimum' peace

strength of. all organizations of the

organized militia maintained, and in

many instances the deficiency has j

reacnea sucn a iigure as xo leave me
corresponding organization such in

name onlyorganizations of no value

as a military asset to the federal

government,"

This is the way Brig. jGen. A. L.
Miles, chief of the division of militia

affairs of the war department, char

acterizes the citizen soldiery of the

country in his annual report yester

day.

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EQUAL SUFFRAGE

WON IN MONTANA

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Don't Buy Tires Until il ia Nccanccry
All Tires are Repaired ; and Guaranteed by Me
(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
v "f;tv;ey ea r s ..e x p s rxe-n-c e

. "THE TIRE MAN"

Helena, Mont- Dec. 13. Woman

suffrage carried in the Montana No November
vember November election by a majority of 3,-

714, according to the official canvass

completed yesterday.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE

OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Agent For Fisii : ancl ; Ffrestor:
Next to Express Office N, Main St

Ocala, Florida. :
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' Fof Yomf Boy or Girll
Would Be A Membership Card In Our
CHRISTMAS SAVIIMG CLUB

Make the first small deposit yourself and se secure
cure secure a card in their name, and after that it will be
up to the owner of the card to make deposits weekly
The amounts are so small as to be even within the
reach of boys and girls. (Larger amounts for larger
folks.) It gives them something to strive for and
establishes a good habit which will be of value all
their lives. When the money is returned to them
next December, with interest added, they will be de delighted
lighted delighted with the results of systematic saving.

CtaltD Mow Opeiii
Card Can Be Talien Out This Weclc
Better Oo It Now
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TIE COfflMRClAl BAHS
OCALA, FLA.

Atlantic Coast Line

No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg

9:05 p. m.

No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville-

3:05 a. m.

No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg 2:05 a. m.

No. 38, g' Petersburg to Jackson

ville 2:05 a. m.

No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg -2:40 p. m.

No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson

ville 1:14 p: m.

No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 6:10 ?

m.

No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 8:50

a. m. : .-.'.'

No. 48, Ocala to Homosassa

Leaves, 2:02 p. m.

(No. 49, Homosassa to Ocala Ar

rives 1:05 p. m.

No. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake

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

"and Saturday.

No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to

Ocala 9:50 p m., Tuesday, Thurs

day. and Saturday, v

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6 : 1 0 a.

m.,' Monday, Wednesday and (Friday.

iNo. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.

m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Seaboard Air Line
No. 1; Jacksonville to Tampa

1:45 a. m.

No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar

rive, 1:10 p. m.; leave, 1:25.

iNo. 9, Jacksonville to. Tampa

2:33 p. m.

iNo. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30

a. m.

iNo. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar

rive 1:12 p. -m.; leave 1:30 p. in.

No. 10, Tamp.a to Jacksonville

4:20 p. m.

Ocala Northern
(No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,

11:30 a. m.

,Xo. 72 Leaves 'Ocala for Palatk

at 1:15 p. m.

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WE DO NOT BELIEVE that the goc d people of Florida

realize maL tiiere are man now m uui otcit

Cnilaren In Reai-iee

Must Be-Cared Uor
WE FEEL StJRE that they do not knov that there ars
hundreds of Worthy Mothers in Florid a who are just
struggling to keep their little. ones alive, and at home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with thess facts
true, and every orphanage in Florida Crowded to the
doors, that the people oi Florida will let our great work
which has cared for 850 of these little ones This Year
alnnft do down for lack of funds to keeo it ua Yoi

immediate help is greatly neededRight Now. ?Ic

send what you can today to
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer,

The ( Children's Home Society o

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Sick headache is nearly always
caused by disorders of the stomach.
Corect them and the periodic attacks
of sick headache will disappear. Mr3.
John Bishop Roseville, Ohio, writes:
"About a year ago I was troubled
with indigestion and had sick head headache
ache headache that lasted for two or three
days at a time. I doctored and tried
a. number of remedies but nothing
helped me until during one of those
sick spells a friend advised me to
take Chamberlain's Tablets. This
medicine relieved me in a short time."
For sale' by all dealers. Adv.

ROSE BEADS

Tbe Management 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 will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
if nuns, Q A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

HI

California ROSE BEADS will make

a splendid Christmas remembrance;

here you will find them at $1.50 to $5.
The supply is limited and when they
are c6ne there will be no more untii

after the holidays. J. C. Smith, the

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THE "VARY WAY

THE "WHY" OF A "HOT BOX."
A Railroad Official Says the Cause is
Simply Carelessness.
In answer to the question "What is
a hot box?" a Kansas City Southern of official
ficial official has the following to say:

'A hot box is a sign that, the safety

first rule is not practiced by some car

department man.
'There is no excuse for a hot box
after a car is 6ent out if the train is
carefully looked over by the car men
at each terminal. Primarily a hot box
is caused by poor waste and an in insufficient
sufficient insufficient greasing at the time it
should have been done, and there is
no excuse for one.' A hot box is lia

ble to cause a wreck, and a wreck on
most railroads costs money, much

more than the price of a sufficient
Quantity of waste and oil and grease

to protect the Journals of the car

wheels.

"The farmer who buys a new wag

on or a buggy has a pretty good idea
of what a hot box means and the
ways to prevent it. When he buys a

new wagon he sees t it that the spin spindle
dle spindle is well greased so it will not get

hot. He watches ft closely anjd does
not take any chances on the, wheels
running hot. The farmer's wheels on
his new wacon or buggy would stick,

and if he persisted in driving ahead

be would soon have a bad spinaie ana

a bad wheel.

"However, the results would not be
to disastrous as they would bo in a
train of cars running at a sreed qf

Daily Becoming Less Wearisome to

Many in Ocala
With a back that aches all day,
With rest disturbed at night,
Annoying urinary disorders,
Tis a weary way indeed.

Doan's Kidney Pills are especially

for kidney trouble.

Are endorsed by Ocala citizens.

C. C French, carpenter, 103 W.

Sanchez St., Ocala, says: Doan's

Kidney Pills did me more good than

anything elese I ever used. I had

been having attacks of foackache and
trouble with my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and

run down in health. As soon as I

used Doan's Kidney Pills, I got re relief
lief relief and I have relied on the remedy
ever since, "i have many times recom

mended Doan's Kidney Pills to those

complaining of their kidneys."

Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy remedy-get
get remedy-get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. French had. Foster Milburn
Co., Props. Buffalo N. Y. Ad7

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Civil and iVrchitcctural Engine
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Suporint ridcnco r
Construction of Steel and Concrete Drk!;, Dai!
infrs, Water Power, Dams Rcservohj, Street
Pavin?. Sewerage Systems and SidevrJ!:s
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State Agent For

BADGER BOARD
The Best Interior Finishing
Material Made.

fifteen or twenty miles an nour. irs
no wonder that trainmen use language
unfit for a Sunday cchocl class when
they find a hot bos in their train
They know that some cno bzz been
carelecs and shlrkins in his wcii and
that ho is to blame." New York PccL

They eay the food and service at
the Ocala mouse dining room is fine.

The proof of the pudding is in chew

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Phone 451 Ocala, Fla.

Eyes of Youthful Genius.
Chatterton'a brilliant gray eyc3

were his most remarkable feature.
Under strong excitement one ap

peared brighter and; as in the case of
Byron, larger than the other. Calcott

says: "It was like the eye of a hawli

and one could eee his tcul through

it Barrett "nerer saw such cyc3,
fire rolling at the bottom of them

and he confesses that he often pur purposely
posely purposely differed in opinion from Chat Chat-tcrton
tcrton Chat-tcrton to see how wonderfully his eye

would strike fire kindle and blaze up-

We are now able to furnish a few

more customers with pure Jersey mill

and cream. For milk showing the

highest test in Ocala, phone No. 421,

Ocala Heights Dairy. 8-6t

CLEAN COTTON RAGS WANT WANTED
ED WANTED AT THIS OFFICE.

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A FEW SUNBEAM SPECIALS
Package Sunbeam Pancake Flour 15c j

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Package Sunbeam Cocoa ...... . 15c
Package Sunbeam Fluffy Codfish'.. . . 15c
Package Sunbeam Kidney Beans ... ....... 1 5c
Package Sunbeam Salad Dressing 25c

All For

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WE HAVE OUR NEW STOCK OF SL .a BEAMS

Split Peas
Evaporated Fruits
Citron
Nut Meats
Cod Fish
Bulk Samp
Potato Flour

Raisins
Currants
liCmcn Peel
Orange Peel
Nuts
Smoked Halibut
Pop Corn
Potato Chips

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Room Without Bath Sl OO
Runnincr Water in Everv Room in the House

ELECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHONES IN ALL ROOMS

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The doctorine that the management
of a town or a city is amplified house-

keeping, has been preached for a

number of years and is gradually be be-j
j be-j coming a part of the creed of the

orthodox clubwoman. She 'has been
asked to take city government prob

lems just as if they were those of

the household. To look after the

health, food, milk, water and cleanli cleanliness
ness cleanliness of a town is naturally a wom woman's
an's woman's work as is such inspection in
the home.- To procure safety from
the spread of vice and disease; to
make her environment attractive and

j beautiful, and to provide wholesome

recreation are objectives well within

woman's province, be they citywide or

townwide or merely limited by the
walls of her own home.
Every published result of these
sallies of women into the field of
municipal housekeeping or communi community
ty community housecleaning has heartened oth others,
ers, others, who wish to extend their house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping ability in order to make their
towns more beautiful, more healthful,
and more comfortable dwelling places.

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Advice to Civic Workers
The General Federation's civic sec section
tion section is preparing to outline a course
in civics and i in present-day social
problems that concern women. Jn this
connection one may well ask if there's
one that does not vitally concern
them. The department has collected
material from the experience of wo women
men women who have done their own inves investigating
tigating investigating and worked out their own
plans of procedure. It also is pre prepared
pared prepared to direct the inquirer to the
best in recent, literature on civics
and citizenship.
But after all there can be no stere stereotyped
otyped stereotyped ways to work. Local problems
are peculiarly for the solution of

those affected thereby. With enlarge enlarge-ed
ed enlarge-ed sympathies the good house keep keeper
er keeper will become the good civic worker,
and ready to become a good citizen.
Honesty, patience, common sense
are a civic worker's ; stock-in-trade.
The greatest of these three assets is
patience. It will need to be much
exercised.
Every club should have its active
civic committee and determine to ac accomplish
complish accomplish some definite work this club
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Worth Knowing
. There are 27,104 saleswomen in
Pennsylvania.

The canning industry in Wisconsin
employs more than 2, 500 women.

Utah was the first state to adopt a
minimum wage for women. Nine oth others
ers others adopted the principle last year.
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Indiana has furnished the first ho hotel
tel hotel chaperone, Mrs. Lois Pierce
Hughes, of Crawfordsville, who has
been employed by the manager of the
Hotel McAlpin in New York as hos

tess. She has been given absolute

freedom in working out her own ideas

of the duties of the position.

, -"A can of fruit, a can of vegetables

and a can of greens for every family
for every day in the year" is the slo slogan
gan slogan adopted by Mrs. Fred L. Hatch,

of Illinois, in carrying on her Home

Garden and Canning Schools in that

state. Carried out she claims it

would mean a great reduction in drug

bills, fully 83 per cent of which are

laxatives alone.
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Eighteen women have' been nomi

nated to sit in the state constitutional
convention to be held in New York in

the fall. The courts have held that

there is nothing constitutional to pre
vent their attendance Mrs. E. H. Har
riman is one of them.

Under the new compensation act

the office manager of the Ohio State

Industrial Commission, who is Mrs.
Mary Harding, has full charge of set

tling all claims cf the injured work working
ing working men and women that come under

the provisions of the law.
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The women of France are respond

ing to the appeal of Prime Minister
Viviani to work with their children to
gather the crops unharvested by the
men who have been called to the

army.
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Additional infant welfare stations

are to be established in Chicago with

the $5,000 income from the Colum Columbian
bian Columbian exposition woman's souvenir sale

fund.
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Girls in the Indianapolis public
schools are being taught reforms in

dress.

New policewomen in Pittsburg re

cently appointed, will devote their en

tire attention to flirt.3 and mashers

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Prizes for school children of the

city who write the best essays pro

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posing improvements for Northfield, l

Vermont, are ouered Dy tne women ox
the Union Club and the men of the
Commercial Club jointly.

The Miami Woman's Club has

erected a $14,000 public library and

clubhouse and collected 5,000 volumes

for it.

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Club women of Clinton, Iowa, have

secured the public schools for social

centers, obtained a city dairy inspec

tor, and pure milk laws, have placed
waste paper boxes about the street
and now proposes to pay for a police

woman, to be known as the city chap

eron, hoping that after a year's trial

the city will make the innovation per

manent.

In State Federations
Only five state federations arc with

out "music departments. These are
Arizona, Maryland, Michigan, Nebras

ka and Oregon.

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Alabama reports a gift of two mu

sical scholarships by Judson College.

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California has a woman's orchestra

in Los Angeles, a harmonic club,

which supports music in state institu

tions, and has offered a $2,000 prize
for music for a mong for which the
words have been accepted.

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The Colorado Federation has suc

ceeded in having municipal music in

Denver, both winter ad summer.

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Massachusetts has 120 clubs with

music, department and choral classes.

These have co-operated with the Bos

ton Opera Company in securing mu

sical lectures. The "Cultivation of
the speaking Voice" is being pursued
in this state and also in Connecticut.

Pennsylvania leads all the Federa

tions in its musical philanthropir s

North Dakota reports municipal

music in all its large cities and towns.

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The state of Washington has public

school music and municipal music al also.

Wisconsin has a novel way of es

tablishing "community" music in

street singing." This federation sup

ports a lecturer on "Music Apprecia

tion." Louisville Times.

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

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HELP A WORTHY CAUSS

You can doso -by subscribing to
the work of the Boys' Club. The
boys are anxious to enlarge the
scope of the work and are much Jn
need of funds to secure a place of

'meeting. '". Funds are being solicitel

to rent a room and also to furnish
same. In this column will appear
from day to day t'ae na?ne.i of those
contributing and the amount contri contributed.
buted. contributed. All monies should be paid
to the club treasurer, Master Wellio
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.

A large shipment of genuine Jap Japanese
anese Japanese baskets just in. Gerig's. 5-tf

The only "Hotel on the Square
now offers you the service of its

dining room,
you try it.

You'll come again if
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Whole wheat bread made under n
new process, wrapped in checks
board paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery, if -tf

NOTICE TO CREDITOItS

Notice is hereby given to al l credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other persons having v claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Priscilla
Cody, deceased, to 'present the same
duly proven to the undersigned twith twith-ir
ir twith-ir two years from this date, to-rit:
This 23-d x2ay of October, A. IV 1914.

: 'F.'P. Gadson,
George Giles,
As Admin Jtratcrs of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-28-fwed

who owns the. dwelling the business property -that ctanclj
In your name?
ot course yon think that yon do; but are you riht?
tlie question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
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In the beginnlg of civilization no man owned any definite rzri
of the earth. nomadic tribes camped over particular sections ct
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too flest! flest!-ul
ul flest!-ul for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particu-lar
lar particu-lar spot.

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protect it from contamination while it goes' through the processes which re result
sult result in a cube of glistening goodness.
Full weight and satisfactory service go with this geed ice of curs. Let ns
have your custom we deserve it."

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OCALA EVENING STAB, BIONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
I5ITTIXGEU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffic, as secona class matter.

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(domestic)
One year, in advance...
Six months, in advance. .,
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance.

$5.00
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One year- in advance. ; .$8.00
Six months, in advance.... .4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. ... .80

The wet or dry election in Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county will take place to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.

The city of Kissimmee has just ex expended
pended expended $23,000 on its combined water
and electric current plant.

The Leesburg Knights of Pythias
have elected Editor Bart Corley of the
Commercial chancellor commander
for the ensuing year.

If half the preachers and half the
lawyers in this country were plowing,
we would have as much religion, more
justice and more corn.

"Fight till hell freezes and then
fight on the ice," an old civil war say

ing, is being put into practice
Flanders and Poland now.

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As will be seen by a dispatch else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, that old scamp Carranza re resents
sents resents the idea of American soldiers
protecting our people on the border
against the reckless shooting of Mex Mexican
ican Mexican soldiers. Carranza is more of a
rascal than Huerta and hasn't half as
much pluck.

It is reported from Washington
that President Wilson will oppose a
river and harbor bill at this session,
on the ground of economy. We have
no doubt that Mr. Wilson is sincere?
but to the sections that need the
work, the policy will look more like
.stinginess.

If the German Pacific fleet had to

be sunk, we are glad the British and

not the Japanese did it. -Columbia

State.
The Star is mighty sorry the Ger Germans
mans Germans didn't meet the Japs first. There
would .have been three or four Jap
ships the less for Americans to sink.

The New York World makes
amends for a multitude of sins when

if cnv nf Prpsidpnt Wilson: "A chief

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is worth his weight in radium at a
time like this. ; If there had been a
few Woodrow Wilsons in thet govern governments
ments governments of Europe, half the world would

not have been plunged into the most

devastating war of human history.

suffocation or starvation. This has
been met by the invention of a very
simple apparatus steel beads from

the size of a shot up to the diameter
of a pencil. These mounted on slender
strips of whalebone are pushed into
the closing throat, the smallest first,

in a manner to prevent the closing
and gradually and painlessly widen widening
ing widening the orifice. A few years ago,
such an accident would have been
considered hopelessly fatal now,

there is a record of several lives sav
ed. '

A BIG rTAN

Mr. John P. Stokes of Pensacola,
who is here to aid Mr. E. W. Davis in

the prosecution of A. H. Hough, is
mentally and physically one of West
Florida's biggest men. Mr. v Stokes
was prominent in the deliberations of
the last legislature, representing his
county in the Senate, and introducing
several members that were, of great
value to the people. His .so-called
"mental anguish" bill, making a tele telegraph
graph telegraph companies liable for not deliv delivering
ering delivering a message, was a most just

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let alone who did it. Having read the latter-day Saints as they called

evidence, as printed in the Miami pa-: themselves, remained in Illinois and

pers, we don't see how it is possible

for any person to think the case was

anything but murder, and we are in

formed by well-posted citizens of the
town hat if the people had gone out
with ropes and committed a couple of

quiet and orderly lynchings they
couldn't have missed justice very far.

BACK AND FORTH

Its the Star's opinion that if one of

the Miami papers declared the moon
wasn't made of green cheese Nthe
other would declare it was. -Star.
When the other paper is always
forever and eternally, asserting,
claiming and insisting, without any
basis of fact, that the moon is made
of green cheese, what would you do
about it? -Miami Herald.
Ask it for a piece. ;

The Star would not restrict gener generosity
osity generosity to the Belgians by a penny, but
let us not forget our own people. An
American family of moderate means
in which the father or mother is
threatened with tuberculosis is about
as badly off as a Belgian family can
be. Many Americans are out of em employment
ployment employment and some are hungry. It is
the duty and should be the pride of
our nation to look out for all these.
The results of the war are felt in Am America
erica America most heavily by the middle class
made up principally of people whose
incomes are never large but who
have to keep up a good appearance appearance-clerks
clerks appearance-clerks mostly, ; business men with
small establishments and those be belonging
longing belonging to the many callings whose
services are in demand in time of
prosperity but find themselves cut off
the first thing in times of stringency.
They have hard sledding, and some
who are keeping up a brave appear appearance
ance appearance are in: positive need. The Star,

Missouri, and reorganized the church

shattered by the opposition of the
surrounding communities and. the
emigration of the majority. It is also
not known that this church did not
advocate polygamy,, which indeed was
not preached by Joseph Smith; the
founder of the sect, but was intro introduced
duced introduced as a political measure by Brig Brig-ham'
ham' Brig-ham' Young, with the view of faster,
filling up the desert places in which
the Mormons found what he believed
to be v an unapproachably :': isolated
home. Joseph Smith had been the
head of this branch of thechurch over
fifty years. The church has sent out
some missionaries, many of whom
have been badly treated because they
were linked by most people with the

church in Utah. 1

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ST. PETERSBURG'S
MODERN BUILDING

The two St. Petersburg papers, the
Times and Independent, have reached
us. in their huge, Wilson-Irvin-Chace
editions, describing the five-story, re. re.-inforced
inforced re.-inforced concrete home of. the Wilson Wilson-Chace
Chace Wilson-Chace Company. This building, which
is as modern and well built as any in
the state, was built and the material
supplied by local firms. Ninety per
cent, of all material of every descrip description
tion description that went into, the 'building was
bought through local dealers, and lo local
cal local contractors built the building.
This is the spirit that makes such
cities as St. Petersburg.

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CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION

The regular term of the circui;
court for Marion county convened ;ai
ten o'clock today. Judge W. S, Bul Bullock
lock Bullock presiding.
Upon the opening of the court the

roll of veniremen, was called and all

by the way, is acquainted with one answered to their names. From the

measure and received the hearty en- young man, clever, capable and will- thirty-six names of the regular ve-

dorsement of the Star at the time. 4It
became a law and stood the test of
the state courts, but the supreme
court of the United States with per-

ing to work, who is sadly in need of nire, eighteen were chosen as a grand

a position. He and his family are not jury for the term. The grand jury
far from want, yet there is doubtless is composed of the following named

some place around here that he could persons: La ton T. Henderson, L.fJ.

haps more abstract legal lore than j fill cvvith advantage to his employer if Blalock, F. P. Cahoon, W. M. Mills,

Bibb county, Ga., has introduced
military training into its public
schools; Boys of twelve 1 years and

more will be instructed in drill and

calisthenics and in the .methods- of

camping. All. this is excellent in instruction,
struction, instruction, it will develop the boys
physically and give them training
which will be of the greatest use to
the country in case it ever becomes,
involved in war. Such training should
be given in every American high
schooK

concrete justice has decided that it

can't cross a state line. Mr. Davis
piloted Mr. Stokes into the Star office
this morning, and the Star was glad
to see them both. Mr. Stokes, though
of West Florida, is not favorable to
the idea sometimes advanced in that
section, of its flocking off by itself
and forming a separate state. He
says he isn't willing to lose this part
of Florida in any such way, that we
have the best state in the Union as
well as one of the biggest, and must
keep it intact. Mr. Stokes is now
prosecuting attorney .for his circuit.
He was beaten for Congress by Em Em-mett
mett Em-mett Wilson in the primary of last
June, but his political career is only
beginning, and he will keep the place

he has already won in the front rank
of Florida statesmen. He is a staunch
friend of Frank Mayes, the talented
editor of? the Pensacola Journal, a
firm friend of Governor ,Trammell
and says our Will Knott has lots of
friends over in West Florida.

the two could be brought together. A. S. Turner, Dan Shaw, J. II. Mc-

The Star would be glad to act as a Ewen, John N. Malphurs, T. F. Mor-

circulating medium. ? f :. gan, W. R. Brown, R. R. Whittmgton,

C. R. Curry, E. B. Weathers, J. D.

As the times are hard, and every- Williams and A. P. Munroe.

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.OUT INTO THE OPEN YIIERE YOU WILL FIND YOUR
HEALTH AND STRENGTH ALONG WITH YOUR SPORT.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE FOR YOUR ARMS AND AMMUNK;
, TION AND SPORTING GOODS.
. WHEN WE TELL YOU A SHELL IS LOADED 'fSO AND CO,"
YOU WILL FIND IT LOADED JUST THAT WAY.

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We are much given to criticising
people who buy goods away from
home, but often there is a reason.
One of the Star's friends has just
bought a quantity of things he needed
in Jacksonville, because the merch merchants
ants merchants of that town could sell him the
goods 'at a price that allowed him to
make a substantial saving after pay paying
ing paying the freight. And almost anybody
else would do the same thing. Of
course, he would rather spend the
money at home, but $25 or more is a

heavy price for a man of moderate

James Hall, the Lafayette county
man, who mistook Isham Walker, the

Coast Line special agent, for another J means to pay for unappreciated pat-

man, his personal enemy, and mor- riotism. However, the Ocala merch

tally wounded him, has been tried and ants could meet any price and save

found guilty of murder in the first I home folks money if it wasn't for

degree. The fact that he made a mis- freight rates. And if they will sup-

take did not lessen the gravity of his port Ed. Carmichael's freight boat
crime. Hall is a white man and of proposition, they can obtain the rates.

course some way will be found to save Its up to them

his neck. But that a jury found him

guilty is a good sign. At the Ocala House tomorrow eve

ning, a charity ball will be given in

The Tampa Tribune- showed up aid of the Marion County Hospital.

Sunday in a big and well-conceived It will be a most pleasant way of aid aid-Christmas
Christmas aid-Christmas edition, one of the best ing a worthy cause. The Star hopes

special issues that superb paper has that a large number of our people

published. The edition is a direct! will be present, and can guarantee

refutation of the idea that hard times that all who attend will obtain more

prevail in the Tribune's territory, fori than their money's worth in a good

while it had write-ups of only fifty- time and the satisfaction of aiding a

two towns last Christmas, it has worthy object.

sixty-four this year. The paper has

many special features and like allL In speaking of Dr. J. M. Gross of

Sunday issues of the Tribune is a this city, the Arcadia Enterprise says

complete magazine of information I "He occupied the pulpit at the Baptis

and entertainment.

body wants to give welcome and ap- Immediately upon call of the grand
propriate Christmas presents, ; "the jurors the judge instructed them to
Star takes pleasure in i recommending retire to their room, elect a foreman
a very handy article that can be made and clerk, and return to the court
at small cost and would be appreciat- room. Mr. Gedrge Smith was sworn
ed by many Almost every man mis a in as baliff for the grand jury. Upon
place on his back that he can't Teach the return of the body to the court
except-: with great inconvenience, and room Judge Bullock charged them at
a fat man' can't reach it at all. Its a some length as to their duties, call call-pleasant
pleasant call-pleasant fiction that married 'men ing their special attention to several
don't have to worry 'about this, but crimes that had occurred within the
even a married man can't carry his past few months throughout the couh couh-wife
wife couh-wife with him everywhere, and she ty.

generally has something else to do The remaining veniremen were then

anyhow. ; Several men of our ac-1 called and told to report in the af-

quaintance have ruined their : coats ternoon for regular jury duty during

scratching their backs against posts the week. Those of the regular ve-

and corners, and out- in the country nire instructed to report were W. C.
where they; have to use trees 1 the Credle, J. E. Thomas, W. H. Gilfoyle,

havoc must be worse. There was. once I C. H. Bray, Shad Atkinson, J. T.

a Scottish nobleman who is canonized Burgess, J. H. Lanier, James C.

in the memory of the grateful for Raines, J. R. Old, D. N. Waldron, P.

putting up scratching posts all along 1 B. Perry, J. E. Branch, Lee Knight,

the roads in his dukedom, and for a 1 1. W. Perkins and R. M. Childers.

while after the freeze of 1895 As the case of the state against A.

scratching himself was the only lux-1 ,V. Hough charged with murder in

ury a poor man had in Florida. All Lake county, has been set for immedi immedi-these
these immedi-these reflections have caused the Star ate trialr the court announced that no
to infer that a handy backscratcher, civil cases would be taken up before

made by mounting apopcorn cob on a the first Monday in January, and the

wire or even a twig woum oe a attorneys were put on nonce max; tney

Christmas present that would cost j must be ready for trial with their

very little, show great (thoughtful- cases then, at which time a definite
ness and be appreciated by almost; any date would be set for each case on the

man. In the case of a fat man, a full- docket.

sized corncob would be preferable. It I There being only fifteen men on'the

is easy to make all you have to do 1 regularly summoned : venire from

is take an umbrella rib and push one which to select the jury for the Hough
end of it far down in the cob. It trial; the sheriff was instructed to
would add to the joy with 'which the summon an additional seventy-five
gift would be received by wrapping a men and have them report for duty

ribbon of the recipient's favorite at nine o'clock Wednesday morning,
color around the upper end of the The Hough case has been on' the

wire, to serve not onlv as an ornament docket in this court since 1912. It is

but as a grip." If you can't find a I alleged that Hough killed his wife

popcorn cob, one of the ordinary field by shooting on June 1, 1912, at their

corn will do, but the popcorn is home in Clermont, Lake county. His

preferable as being' easier to slip be- case was moved to Citrus county, and V

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: MANY PEOPLE ARE NOV WEARING GLASSES THAT WERE
PRESCRIBED FOR THEM MANY YEARS AGO. EUT DO YOU

NOT 'KNOW. THAT DURING THESE YEARS YOUR EYI

cha:;ge ::o

THAT

HAVE UNDERGONE SOME IMFORTANT

YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT WHAT YOU REQUIRE :;OW. YOU

la i ILik.

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SHOULD COME IN THEN AND FIND OUT.

YOUR EYES AND YOUR GLASSES. IF YOU NEED A CIIA
WE WILL TELL YOU. IF YOU DON'T NEED A CHANGE

WILL TELL YOU. THIS AD. IS YRITTEN ONLY IN THE SI'I
IT, OF HELPING YOU.

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writing this, we are not throwing out secure a jury, it was moved to this

any hints as to what we. should like county. A special term of the court as the parties doing the shooting are
for a Christmas present. We made was called to hear the case on Sepr kn0wn Star counsai3 them to ctop
one of the handy little articles for tember 28th, but on motion of the de- ther Sport before Recorder Izlar

ourself some time ago.

fense on account of the illness of the

defendant, it was again postponed to

convinces them that squirrel meat is
more expensive than a porterhouse

steakr

church Wednesday night, preaching to

a capacity audience.' He is one of the

The Star has just been shown an-J foremost preachers of the country. He

other proof of the steady advance of I came to Florida about a year ago

surgical science. The other day there I from Oklahoma where he held import-

was brought to the colored hospital a I ant charges and accomplished a great
child suffering from one of the most work. His record at Ocala is that of

dreadful accidents that can occur tola man on the job. Dr. Gross is the

a human being. The child had taken! old time friend of Andrew Carter,

a swallow of potash, incautiously left! W. R. Collins and R. H .Glenn of this

in its way by its mother. Whenever I city.

anvthing of the sort has happened m

the cast if the victim did not die at I The Miami Herald says of the case

once healing was generally accom- of Hettie Parcel, the little girl found
panied by the .inside of the throat dead there a few years ago, that no-

-rlr. UD jn a manner uiai causeai oouy twwui uuiucxcu,

Joseph Smith, president of the Re- the present regular term of court.

organized Church of the Latter-Bay The Hough case has had consider-

Saints, died at his home in Independ- able prominence in court circles ever j gorgiA MAN

ence, iio., weanesaay, agea years, since me unionunaus auiui w
Frederick M. Smith, his son, will sue- county during 1912, and the securing

ceed him. President Smith had been of a competent jury is quite a tasic

ill several months, and recently be- to the court, as has been proven on

this man, but he was of noted ances- When coort convened at 1:30 this I eVen cars

try and accompnsnea a very large aiternoon juage xjuiiock anuuuuceu a January shioment.

WANTS FLORIDA GOOBERS
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Anyone having Florida raised seed
peanuts communicate with J. R. Da-

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. 't
corner. Heals a la carlo and Iz:
at any hour. Adv.

: For high grade candies ccc cur 11:.:
before purchasing. Vc have feu;
agencies. Gerirr's 14-tf
a;MVicrola;ma!ces;a--:fine';dir

present. The l:urray Co.

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KREGER'S X1IAS IIOYELTIE.'

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work in the Mormon church. He was recess until Wednesday morning at 9

the son of Joseph Smith, who founded j o'clock, and the jurors summoned for

the Mormon church, and who was shot! the regular panel were notified to be

to death by a mob' at Carthage, Mo., on hand at that time.

in 1844. It is well known that most

of the Mormons emigrated to Utah,

Marion County Board of Trade.

We have four fine candy agencies
for you to select your Christmas pack-

A resident of Oklawaha avenue ae from- Gerig's. 14-tf

where they founded a community that I says that some of the people up hi3

practiced polygamy and for some way are shooting squirrels in the city It will be to your interest to see
years defied the United States govern- limits. It is not only wrong to shoot my supply of Bracelets, Lavelliers
ment. It is hardly known, however, these pretty and. playful animals, but and Watches for holiday gifts. J.
that a number of the Mormons, or it is against the city ordinance, and C. Smith, the Jeweler. 4-6t.

. An Ansco Camera makes
Christmas present. Ye have all Idr.
from, $1.50 upward. The Ccuri;!-

15-11

macy.

Try our steam baked brciid, r:r
irom, the choicest fiour 'and

most I sanitary condition. Carter'

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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 100)

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Ten days to Christmas. Shop early, j morning she made an address at the
Woman's College. During the after after-Miss
Miss after-Miss Willie Igou, a charming mem-j noon she addressed the Woman's Club,

her of the young society set of Eus-

and Thursday evening was entertain-

tis, accompanied by her brother, Jed at dinner by Mrs. T. J. Shackle

Dniif-lnss was a week-end visitor at iford.

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the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. Igou.

Miss Emma Van Zandt of Weirs-j

dale was the attractive guest of Mrs

G. K. Robinson Saturdays

V

ur. w. it. uoage returned mis ait ait-rnoon
rnoon ait-rnoon from a several days' visit to
Jacksonville, the guest of his son,
Judge John Dodge and family. Yes

terday Dr. Dodge occupied the pulpit

the East Jacksonville Presbyterian

church, that church having recently

tended a call to him which in all

probability he Will accept.

J Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote of Lees Lees-Wurg
Wurg Lees-Wurg who are very popular in Ocala,
hre planning to spend the Christmas
liolidays in Miami the guests of the
latter's cousin, Mr. John Atherton, of
Xouisville, Ky.

GROSS AND BRIDGES
WILL BE RETURNED

A message received this morning
announces the appointment by the
conference at Arcadia of Rev. J. M.

Gross to return to the Ocala charge,!

and Rev. F. R.' Bridges to his former
charge as presiding elder of this dis district.
trict. district. These appointments will be
learned with pleasure by the many
friends of these two popular gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen in every part of the field they
cover in their church work. : The next

meeting of the
held-in Tampa.

conference will be

AGAIN IN OCALA

fAt the home of Rev. Roy B. Bowers, ELOQUENT PREACHER

i wno omciatea jai ine ceremony, oaxur-1
I day afternoon, Mrs. Jessie Haycraft

wast mturiori fn T.f : T Wpnver f

r L s-a. -a u A Rev. A. W. Lamar of Atlanta, who

, j is visiting his Ocala friends, deliver

Mr. H. H. Brand, who has been so
very ill at his home on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, is convalescing and is now able
to sit up awhile each day. ;

vr..-rs.ii; -rT m.-: i eel 2X tne isapusi cnurcn aunaay

morning, an excellent sermon, which

mental old citizen, the late H. G. Mc- w? hearf ? p!casure and prof,t by

the merchant of Fellowship. For the At the baptist church tonight Dr.
last score of years. she has made her mar. wlU.Uv" h,S "'ed, erf'

home in Ocala and has won the. sin

Dr. Weaver came to Marion county l? interesting subject and one the

"Relation of the Present World Crisis

to Divine Prophecy."' This is a deep

from Chicago some three years ago,
and has steadily grown in favor
among our people since his arrival.
He is an excellent business man and a

most clever gentleman. He is now

doctor handles superbly.

Dr. Lamar was pastor of the Ocala

Baptist church, for a few months in

1892, and in all the years that have

passed his surviving friends have not

head and chief promoter of the.Flor- ffgotten -him nor his excellent mm-

ida Vegetable Marketing Bureau, and

is successfully carrying on the work

nf thnr. oxrenent nrirnnimtW -All IS K APIDLY IMPROVING

his friends congratulate him on win

ning so charming a bride. The Star Col. R. F. Ro i3 is improving rap rap-joins
joins rap-joins their other friends in best idly now and is able to. sit up awhile

Mr. W. W. Harriss returned today wishes for deserved happiness for Dr, each dav

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Irom Gainesville, having motored up

.' Friday accompanied by Adj. Gen. N.
B. Forrest, who had been his dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished gust for several days.
En route to his home in Memphis,
Gen. Forrest will make a brief stop in
Atlanta, attending to business per pertaining
taining pertaining to his office.
',. Dr. Frances Sage Bradley of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, a recent visitor to Ocala, has
teen appointed to inspect the child-
ren of San Francisco during the
Panama Exposition. The appointment
is a high tribute to the talents of Dr.
Bradley, which have been directed
; principally to child life and the wel welfare
fare welfare of children.
-. ; '.
The reading club will meet .with
IMiss Janet Weathers tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock. ; ;

and Mrs. Robert T. Weaver.

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Silver Tea at Mrs. Mclver's
Tliis afternoon the Ladies' Aid So

ciety of the Presbyterian. church held
a silver tea at the home of Mrs. D. E.

Mclver, the affair which was delight

fully informal proving one of the most

enjoyable of the winter.

" Mrs. W. H. Dodge, Mrs. G. S. Scott

and Mrs. George MacKay welcomed

the callers in the hall and assisting
Mrs. Mclver in entertaining were
Sirs. L. M. Murray, Mrs. W. W. Con

don and Mrs. E. L. Carney.

In the den was a fancy work table

HOSPITAL NOTES

Mr. Deas is improving. t
Mr. Ho ward has returned to his

home at Island Grove. -.'''

Miss Pennington is improving.

'Sheafs: ppcketr- buttohliole and"'fm-:
er hail. r
Pocket 'Knives; large or. small, pearl
buck horn and metal handles.

Wever

SOME BIRDS FOR SUPPER

Up to this morning, the good

sportsmen of the K; of P. had accu accumulated
mulated accumulated 225 birls for their lodge sup supper
per supper this evening, and they most like like-ly
ly like-ly added to the amount today.

Carter's Bakery, which so delic-

presided over by Miss' Bessie Mac-I.,- J .

Kay. Several pretty piano and vocal t A

-mr vr ii I leauy tiKiiiii Luuciv, unu mere lb
given by Miss Nellie b

selections were

Gottlieb; Miss Ellen
Mrs. J. H. Taylor.

Clarkson and

sure to be a great feasti.

Mrs Jack Camp and Mrs. S. P.

Hcfllinrake poured coffee in the dining

Mrs. W. A. Collier, formerly Miss room. The table was centered with a

Hattie Mae Porter of Ocala, now so society
ciety society editor of the Tuscaloosa, (Ala.)
Times-Gazette, had the other day an

CHARITY BALL

AND CARD PARTY

A charity ball and card party for

the benefit of the Woman's Auxiliary

graceful arrangement of roses and

. j j I of the Marion County Hospital Asso-
piece. A salad course was served! A. .

Razors, all grades and-; fine qualities;
Razor Straps, old style and patent

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Fercoiators,' Tea 1?ots,. ';GMB. and

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are

aiaa Brass

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ass

Goods.

Jardeners, Fern Dishes, Va- c

sesi Baskets Candle Sticks, .Ele'ctric ;;Lamps, etc.-

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idea (it might almost be called an in inspiration)
spiration) inspiration) of how to help the destitute
people of Belgium. It was that the
card clubs of her city donate the mon money
ey money thev usuallv snend for nrizes to

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the Belgian relief fund. She sug-j

gested this 'policy on the page she
ably edits for the Times-Gazette, and
found an immediate and enthusiastic
response from the society people of
Tuscaloosa. Money poured in for the
fund, and the amusement loving peo people
ple people of her city will take more pleas pleasure
ure pleasure than usual this year in their fav favorite
orite favorite games.
At the equal suffrage meeting held
last week in Pensacola, Miss Frances
Anderson,, formerly of this city, was
elected third vice president for the
ensuing year.
The Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will hold a candy sale
lit the band stand Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock. v i
.
The Tuesday afternoon auction club
-will be entertained tomorrow by Miss
Buby Gissendaner.

with the coffee, Assisting in serving

were Misses Bettie Mclver, Mary
and Anna McDowell and Eugenia

Fuller.

New Year Tea

The initial social event of the news

ciation 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 the evening for which

1

year will be a silver tea at the Ocala u,

House to be given on New Year's aft

ernoon by the library association to

This will give our people an oppor-

which a hearty invitation is extended -w ve

to the general public to attend. In ""IK' M,K"ier anu at wie Aame ume

giving the tea the association will re revive
vive revive the old custom of spending half
an hour or longer, over the teap cups,
exchanging New Year's greetings.
The hours will be from 3 to 6 o'clock,
giving all, especially the gentlemen,

an opportunity to enjoy the first

event of the year.

aid a worthy cause.

12-3t

Best quality tissue paper for Christ

mas packages at Gerig's. 12-14-tf

For fire wood phone Joe Potter,

15m. v 12-12-tf

Mrs. B. D. Blackburn left this aft

ernoon for Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. C.J3nWinston at .their

attractive home on South Eighth
t street entertained at a lovdy six

I o'clock dinner Satfcdtryin compli compli-I
I compli-I inent to Dr. and MxsJr. T. Weaver,
Ocala's most recent groom and bride?

Miss Zelma Rizer, who has been en-

Mrs. T. H. Johnson, will return to her mpany

home in South Carolina for Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, leaving Ocala on the twenty-

third.

If you want high grade candy you

should see any of our four brands be

fore buying. Gerig's. 14-tf

Fishel's for Santa Claus. ll-2t

Books for grown ups at The Murray

8-tf.

J

Mrs. Jack Rentz and daughter Em Emily,
ily, Emily, after a visit of a week to. Mrs. E.
P. Rentz, left Saturday.

Miss Clyde O'Neal, one of the love

ly young ladies who attended the
Herndon-Hood wedding in Leesburg,
after a week-end visit lo Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter, left yesterday for her
home in Columbus, Ga.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hall of Oxford,
came up this afternoon and will spend
a day or two with Mr. Hall's uncle
y and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall.
The following account from the
Times-Union of the first official visit
of the federation president will be of
interest to club women of this city:
"Mrs. W. S. Jennings returned home
Friday night from Tallahassee, where

she spent several days, the guest of

Mrs. Park Tramrnell and Mrs. Charles

Coy. Mrs. Jennings was one of the
guests of hunor at a luncheon given
by I Irs. Cay cn Wednesday for the

cbzrJnz ;.dub'' girls, and oh Thu

Days to Christmas

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. 4-6 1.
Have you tried the dining room at

the Ocala IHou&e? You'll never know
how good it is till you do so. 23-tf

Mechanical toys at Fishel's. ll-2t

Co I
333SS

Have you tried one of those Jim

fizes at Johnny's Place ? 12-tf

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LET

TERS PATENT

Still Time to Do Your

Christmas Buying
In Comfort

ALL KII1DS OF HOVELTIES
; hc ii e g e m
A Tclally D!f!ereiit Shop
Next door to
Munroe fk Chambliss Bank

Notice is (hereby given that we, the
undersigned, -on the 28th day of Dec December.
ember. December. A. D., 1914, will apply to the

office lr the city of Tallahassee, for sre

letters patent to issue tmder the fol following
lowing following pToposed charter.
A. A. JtcCronegul,
Iva S. MlUer,
E. I -Stapp.
Proposed Charter of the Whitney
Brick. & Manufacturing: Company
We, tlie undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida appli applicable
cable applicable to corporations for profit.
ARTICLE I
The name of this corporation shall
be -the WHITNEY BRICK & MANU MANUFACTURING
FACTURING MANUFACTURING COMPANY and its prin principal
cipal principal place of bucinees snail be in the
cltj of Ocala, Marion County, Florida,
and suoh other places either within or
without the state of Florida as the
board of directors mav from (time to
time deslsmate and appoint, and to
n-av'3 and maintain other offices of said
company at other places both within
and without the state of Florida.
ARTICLE II
Th-o general nature of the business to
be transacted by the company shall be:

To manufacture and sell brick and to
buy. and sell lumber, shingles, stone,
lime, cement and all other materials
for buildings and structures of all
kinds,
To buy, sell and deal in all kinds of
supplies, commodities, merchandise and
personal property, ;
To engage in amd conduct the busi business
ness business of "contracting for the erection and
construction of all kinds of buildings,
w6rk and stniiotures and to make and
pi o vide estimates -and plans for "th
same,
To 'buy, cell, produce and manufac manufacture
ture manufacture lumber, crossties and all pro pro-ducts
ducts pro-ducts manufactured from timber tur turpentine
pentine turpentine and rosin and naval stores pro products,
ducts, products,
And the company shall also ihave the
right to carry on such other business
as is Incident to the purposes of -this
charter and not Inconsistent with the
laws of the state, of Florida.
ARTICLES III

The amount of the capital stock of
this -corporation shall be TEN THOUS THOUSAND
AND THOUSAND ($10,000) DOLLARS, which shall
be divided into ONE HUNDRED shares
of the par value of ONE HUNDRED
($100) DOLLARS each which said
shares of stock shall 'be paid for In law lawful
ful lawful money of the United States. or by
the conveyance of any property, lab labor
or labor or eervices, at saich just valuation
thereof as may be fixed by the board
of directors at any .meeting called for
such-purpose.
ARTICLE IV
The term for which this corporation
shall exist shall be NINETY-NINE
(99) YEARS.
ARTICLE V
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a president,- vice pres president,
ident, president, secretary, 'treasurer and a 1oard
of directors of not lcts?s than three -mem

bers nor more 'than five members, but

the offices of secretary and treasurer

may be (held by one and the same per person,
son, person, all of which -said officers' shall
be -Itoted at the annual meeting of the
tockfholders to be held on the second

Tuesday in January of each year. The

following named persons shall conduct
the business of the corporation until
the officers elected at the first annual
meeting shall be duly quail fled:
President A. A. McGonegal.
Vice President Iva 8. Miller.
Secretary and Treasurer E. I Stapp.
Board of Directors A. A. IcCronegal,
Iva 'S. Miller and E. I Stapp.
ARTICLE VI
The. highest amount of Indebtedness
to which hi!S corporation -shall at any
time subject itself shaJl be FIFTY
THOUSAND ($50,000) DOLLARS.
ARTICLE VII
The names and places of residence
of the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed for
"by each, is:
A. -A. McGonegal, Whitney, Fla., 10
Iva 6. Miller. Ocala. Florida. 30

B. Lv Stapp, Ocala, Florida, 10 shares.

uMuzx'ua aaiivt errcua kfjl laic:
Incorporators, thl3 the 20th day of

November, A. D., .1914.
A. A. McGonegal (seal)
Iva S. Miller (seal)
E. Lv Stapp (seal) (seal)-State
State (seal)-State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Personally sappeared before me, the
undersigned authority, A. A. McGonegal,
Iva S. Miller and E. I. Stapp to me
well known to be the persons described

articles of incortoration of the WHIT

NEY BRICK & MANUFACTURING

COMPANY and who acknowledge be before
fore before roe. that (thv !e-ned. sealed and

delivered the sam p- for the use and

purp-ses therein set forth and express
ed.
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 20th day of November, A. D.,
1914.
(Seal) W. M. PALMER.
Notary Public for the state of Flori Florida
da Florida at large.
(My commission expires on the 13th
day of February, A. Is., 1915. 11-23-iIon

this

If you are thinking of re replenishing
plenishing replenishing your tableware or
desire to buy a wedding pres present
ent present for the table come to us.

3 We carry all the latest designs in colid silver
and plated ware for the table.
GjThey are very pretty and elegant. They sorely

vin reueci your goou ixsic cuiu uccii,juunirwiii
3 Our silverware is used on. .many tables m
community and has given satisfaction. s

Gj t People have come back to us often to complet

their rets or buy new designs.
JEWELER
,;fEPER
-OIUc Next Co So. EnprccG OIllcc : :
OCALA, FLA.

Wo Aim
To Be Upright In .Our Dealings
We Put'
OUR 3LBA.TS UP FIGHT
.- Making j t lE3y to
COOK, CViRVE COXSUZH: TUIlll

PHONR

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FRESH
Kuts & Fruits
NOTE THE PRICES
Large Florida Pecans
r per pound W.J, .-.-20c
Best English Walnuts,
! new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil Nuts, best iNo. 1,
t per pound ......... 1 8c
Fresh California Raisins,
j per pound .1 5c,
Two pound for. 25c
tLarge Bananas, fresh ev
I ery day, per doz. . -20c
Homemade Candy, fresh
j'. every day, per pound 15o
iALL FRUITS CHEAPER
j THAN ELSEWHERE
S. DEdlETRE
; 430 N. 3Iagnolia St.
ICARIICHAEL,. -.- BLDG.

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2,000 BOXES OF
ORANGES
Nearly Ready lo Ship.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
! GROVE.
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced hut no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Pardon
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. S. Savage, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phono 125,
OCALA, FLA
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Quito so accoptablo as
These Superb a Chocolates
mre the purest, finest, best that erer c&rned
a message of friendship to htr dsiatr
tokens of lore and esteem that add so much
to her Christmas pltasares.
CW would look line eren In a
that ever met milady res t
So. no matter what else you may rite
" her," be SURE that a box of Kjrd&i
w roes with it t Pat up in 1, S, S and 6-pound
boxes.
Tremendous Satisfaction.
To W. TB0XLER
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ONOEaTAKEaS and iSISAlKEBi
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fine Cabkcs arid Social Kt fees'
I. K. McIVER nnt C. V. ROBEHT
Funeral JMrecrors
All Work lone by Licensed Em Em-baimers
baimers Em-baimers and Fully Guaiinteed
PHONES
D. E. MclVER ...104
C. V. ROBERTS .303
rndrrtakinj: OlBce. 4"
:J.e. MQZINGO, Watchmaker :
J All kinds of Jewelry, Type- I
Satisfaction puamnfonri
ly executed. Prices reasonable.
J Graphaphone P.epairing prompt-
writer, Sewing Machine and
2IB S Magnolia Street

Mr Tir jfr jW

paper bag but, put np, as ther are, In ex-
auisite holiday boxes, gayly bedecked with
i boons, ther are the most bewitching sizht

PREiUfJ LIST
OF THE
MARlOtl-SUMTER FAIR

DOMESTIC EXHIBITS
Whites
CLASS 13 Hand Painted China
Best large dish, Mrs. Henry Living
ston, Ocala. No competition.
Best small dish, Mrs. Henry Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Ocala. No competition.
Best cup and saucer, Mrs. Henry
Livingston, Ocala. No competition.
Best plate, Mrs. Ruby Hatchett,
Orange Lake; 2nd, Mrs. Howard Clark
Ocala: v
k Best platter, Mrs. M. H. Stovall,
Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. Howard Clark, Ocala.
Best punch bowl, Mrs. M. H. Stovall
Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. Howard Clark, Ocala.
Best small pitcher, Mrs. Henry Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Ocala.
Best tankard, Mrs. J. A. Tinker,
Reddick; 2nd, Mrs. M. H. Stovall,
Ocala.
Best collection China Painting, Mrs.
J. A. Tinker, Reddick.
Best silk sofa pillow top (special)
Mrs. M. K. Bingham, Ocala; 2nd, Mrs.
J. M. Brown, Ocala.
Best sofa pillow," Mrs. Wm. M.
OT)ell, Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. J. O. Dekle,
Ocala.
Best embroidered pillow top, Mrs.
Chas. Flippen, Ocala; 2nd, Miss Julia
McCreddie, Ocala.
Best exhibit ancient sewing, Mrs.
B. B. Staats, Ocala.
Department G Children's Exhibits
Best made suit doll clothes, Mari Mari-emma
emma Mari-emma Stanley, Belleview.
Best patching, Loreen Spencer,
Ocala
Best embroidery lmen or cotton,
May Mcintosh, Ocala; 2nd, Marie Bur
nett, Ocala.
Best specimen crochet work, Loret Loret-ta
ta Loret-ta Todd, Ocala; 2nd, Azelia Snow,
Ocala.
Best Hemstitching, Margaret Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Ocala.
Best dresser cover, Mamie Sue
Spencer, Ocala.
Best embroidered corset cover, May
Mcintosh, Ocala.
Best embroidered towel. May Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, Ocala; 2nd, Marie Burnett,
Ocala.
Best sofa cushion, Louise Bouvier,
Ocala.
Best pin cushion,- Mamie Sue Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, Ocala; 2nd Veda Campbell, Ocala.
Best specimen tatting, Grace Stan Stanley,
ley, Stanley, Ocala.
Best home made dress, Milie Os Os-teen,
teen, Os-teen, Ocala.
Best oil painting, Anna Belle Wes Wesson,
son, Wesson, Ocala.
Best crayon, (special) Anna Belle
Wesson, Ocala.
Best water color painting, Anna
Belle Wesson, Ocala; 2nd, Louise
Spencer, Ocala.
Best drawing, boy, no competition,
Herbert Miller, Ocala.
Best pastel, Louise spencer, Ocala.
Best cigarette kimona (special) Mil Millie
lie Millie Osteen, Ocala.
Best embroidered book cover (spec (special)
ial) (special) Grace Stanley, Ocala.
Best embroidered corset cover,
(special) Veda Campbell, Ocala.
Best silk cushion, Azelia Snow,
Ocala.
Basketry Special
Best jardinere, Mrs. Marcus Frank,
Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Ocala.
liest t lorai isasKet, iviiss Annie ua ua-vis,
vis, ua-vis, Ocala, 2nd, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
Ocala.
Best work basket, Mrs. John L. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. Geo. T.
Maughs, Ocala.
' Best tray, Mrs. John L. Edwards,
Ocala; 2nd, Mrs. Jake Brown, Ocala.
Best vase, Miss Annie Davis, Ocala;
2nd, Mrs. Geo; T. Maughs, Ocala.
Best violet bowl, Mrs. John L. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Ocala. 2nd, Mrs. F.'G. B. Weihe
Ocala.
Best original design, Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe, Ocala.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment. -if
1014 state and county taxes are now
open. ;
Be sure and liing or seni a cor correct
rect correct descriptivn of yiur properry
T hen you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do do-in?:
in?: do-in?: yon greatly lessen the possibility
of errrrs and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forgot that the law allows a
two (2) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one (1)
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert.
ll-3-2m Ta. Collector 'Marion Co
MRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
WITH THE CROUP
"WTien my boy, Ray, was small he
was subject to croup, and I was al al-wavs
wavs al-wavs alarmed at such times. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy proved far
better than any otner ior xnis trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always Relieved him quick quickly.
ly. quickly. I am never without it in the
house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W. R. Me Me-Clain,
Clain, Me-Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all
dealers. Ad.

LAM ERICAILRED CI

Red Cross Seals
American Red Cross Christmas
seals are being sold by members of
the Woman's Club of Ocala, the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds to be used in the campaign
against tuberbulosis how being waged
throughout the United States. Funds
raised in Florida, however, are to be
used entirely within this state. Tables
have been placed in the 'porstomce and
other prominent places, and from now
until Christmas eve, these pretty
seals will be sold as appropriate
stickers for letters, cards and pack
ages. It must be remembered that
they are to be placed only on the
back of letters, packages, etc. Mrs.
Perdue has charge of- the sale of
these seals and will be glad to supply
anyone not buying from tables in pub public
lic public places. Price, one cent each.
COUNTRY PEOPLE
WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss Louise Gamsby, the nbrariaa
in charge of the library, -which now
has its quarters in the Marion Count)
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to .now that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and Tead the boorks. Also
that there are a 'arge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given, by different persons
who have finished with them.
, $100 REWARD, $100 v
The readers of this papei will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in al its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known to
";he medical fraternity. Catarrh be
ing a constitutional disease, require
a contsitutional treatment. Hall's
Cartarrji Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease, and giving the patient
streength by building up the constitu constitution
tion constitution and assisting nature in doing her
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. Cheney & Co., To
ledo, Uhio.
Sold by all Drugists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. Adv.
CUT OUT PAPER xiULLS
e wm give xo x.ne iaaies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug
gists. il-6.
X'mas boxes, tags, seals, all shapes
and sizes. "THE DENNISON KIND-"
at KREGER'S. 3-tf
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LVsECIrilANOeS
For FBihoE' nnd Son
AND ALL THE FAMILY
Two and a half million readers find it of
absorbing interest. Everything in it is
Written So You Can Understand It
We sell 400,000 copies every 'month without
gmng premiums and have no solicitors. Any
newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the
publisher for free sample a postal will do.
$1J0 A YEAR
15c A COPY
Popular Mechanics ftlafrazino
6 No. KSIchlgan Avsv, CHICAGO

ON HIGH AUTHORITY

Why the Youth's Companion Should.be
,in ETery Family
"If I could take only one paper,
said the late Mr. Justice Brewer of
the Supreme Court, "it would be the
Youth's Companion a little of every
thing in a nutshell, and unbiased."
The Companion is a family paper in
the completest sense. It provides
reading that, without failing to inter interest
est interest ; the young, still interests the ma mature.
ture. mature. It unites young and old thru
their common enjoyment of delgihtf ul
fiction, agreeable miscellany,' and the
clear exposition of public questions.
?So carefully is it edited, so varied
are its contents that it would easily
supply a family with entertaining fic fiction,
tion, fiction, up todate information and whole wholesome
some wholesome fun, if no other periodical en entered
tered entered the house.
If you are not familiar with the
Companion as it is today, let us send
you sample copies and the forecast
for 1915.
New subscribers vho send $2 for
the fifty-two -issues of 1915 will re receive
ceive receive free all the remaining issues of
1914, besides a copy of the Companion
home calendar for 1915. The Youth's
Companion, 144 Berkeley street, Bos Boston
ton Boston Mass. New subscriptions received
at this office.
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SICK TWO YEARS
WITH INDIGESTION
"Two years ago I was greatly bene
fited through using two cr three bot bottles
tles bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes
Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Be
fore taking them I was sick for two
years with indigestion' Sold by all
dealers. ;-.v;,.-:-y-':': ; Adv.
OCALA FRATIRIIAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC IJDGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge ?zo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the: first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAI?
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. te.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock, v.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in i'orge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held, every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. 31.
v Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brsm, Secretarjr.
OCALA LODGE NO. 5S0, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2 S 6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month,. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club : house
opposite postofiice, east siae.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORJJER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 6U9, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. xl
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near po3tof5cc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fo"t King Camp No. 1 4 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden. C. C.
Chas. iv. age, Clerk. Ao

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Inverted Grand Flayer-Pianos
arc the result of hereditary genius arc admit admittedly
tedly admittedly the best the vcrjdhasyet produced, being
made under the personal supervision of Paul G.
Mehlin, aided by his eons, trained by hirn in the
science, of artistic piano building. Their tonal
excellence is everywhere recognized. Their
case design and workmanship is unequalled. Let
us demonstrate these facts. You ere cordially
invited to call at our salesrooms.

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HERBERT LaVtNEK
DISTRIBUTOR
PHONE 517 OCALA. FLA.

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, STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE COUTH

Tickets will be on sale by the Atlantic Coast Line to points South
the Ohio and Potomac and East of the Micsissippi rivers, including
Washington, Cincinnatti, Evansvilie and Cairo, for trains December 17,
18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 31, and January 1st, limited returning.
January 6th; and to many points in the Northwest and Southwest, on De December
cember December 19th to 24th, inclusive, and 20th to 31st inclusive, with limit cf
January 18th. Also Key West Havana, December 17th, 20th, 21th, ar.d
27th, with limit of January 3, 1915. For further particulars, schedule;;,
reservations, etc., apply to ticket agents Atlantic Coast Line, or address

J. G. KJRKLAND, D. P. A.,
. Tampa, Fla.
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
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Johnhy9s Place 99
TAM now in business, for' myself. Conducting a HJgh CI: z-3 rc rc-tail
tail rc-tail bar and Mail Order House. I can give, you 'vhe be:t there
. is, anu slz much as any one else in business 'cr your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has aught me what the public want?,
and t am supplying that waiu.
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Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
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Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
: gallon . C?
$1.75

Make my -place your headquarters while In the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

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Corn or Gin, in Jugs
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any order you send U3 and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.

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DATE ISSUED

4O2-401 S. Main Street

OCULA FLORIDA

Phone 101.

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

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DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
"COMFORT FIRST" V V
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A, F. WILSON, MGR. ; T. M. WILSON, PROP.

757 Karl Mcllae, merchant "..

7S Miley Ilarleyv merchant ......
75y C. O. FaircloLh ...
760 Osberry Wilkeron, merchant
761 Frank Palaiki, auto for iiire.....
762 Ileddick. i?e ant Packing Co., auto
Traoain-e tor Jiire
763 j. Hale, merchant ............
764 Paul 'Moseley, inerehant
765 C. V. Ia;terson, merchant .......
766 Fanny Brown, merchant
767 Anna Jones, .merchant
768 IL S. ShortTidge, auto for hire....
769 'Fran k Bass, merchant
770 Mack Finley, merchant ....... .
771 Lambert Fruit Cx., merchant
772 Giuseppe Iriete. ice cream cart...
773 J. V. Wilson, restaurant ........

i lju lit layiur, Tiierciii . .
775 G. T. OgKien, moving picture
7 6 Axe iJcott, merchant . . .

iti jreaer -isieiis, mereiiui

778 Augustus Pull en, merchant
779 U A. Bridges, Ford -auto for hire
780 Herbert Lattner, merchant
781 J. H. Hunter, merchant ........

78i Sterhen Ul me r, .merchant
783 E. M. Osbonn, inaurange

Unitm Insurance Society .....
785 Lewl3 Adams, merchant ......
786 J. Dethier, merchant
787 Peter Finley, merchant ...
788 A. O. Harris, in tagt, Mutual.
789 Lv 'V. Duval, lawyer
790 C. J. Rast, launch ...........
791 Sumner Lumber Oo., sawmill
.v2 E. V. Rush, weignung machine
793 E. AV. Rush, weighing machine
794 Wr AV. Cop ph. pool room .....
. 5 Nathaniel mifh, barber ...

796 Frank Jackson, merchant
797 B .F. 1 orris on, auto for
798 Ellij Wilson, merchant
799 Solomon Lewis, tmerchant
800 T. C. Ferson. auto for

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127 r. A. Liddell, merchant .
128 V-. D. Clayton, ins agt Pen In
129 Waiter Presley, auto for ihire v
130 Miss A. -M. Baldwin, merchant.
1 3 1 D. Oonlclin, merchant .......

132 R. A. Swain, .merchant

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CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
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801 C. 11. Cooaer, auto fcr hire ....
802 J. A. Lake, merdhant .......
803 F. G. B. Weihe, jeweler . .
804 Frances Johnson, merchant .v. ..
805 May Richards, merchant
806 Davis Moon, auto for hire .......
807 R. D. Polleski; barber, one chair.
808 H. Davis Moon, lawyer
09 Arthur Carter, :trav. photogra. .
810 AV. D. Young, merchant .... .:.
811 S. M. Stanley, pool room .........
812 Boston McClary, restaurant ..V...
8 3t Bob Middlebrook; restaurant
814 !D. V. Jack&on, merchant ........
815 A. C. AValkup, druggist '.. ... . . .

816 R. M. Reeves, auto for ihire

817Fta Title & Abstract Co.
818 Knieiht and Lang, tauto

repair garage ......... ... ...
819 Kmight and Dang, merchants

820 H. iM. Hampton, (lawyer .......

821 AV. K. Zewaxlslci, lawyer ; ...

822 J. iS. Tiller and Co., merchants

823 J. N. Tiller and Co., turpt. sUll
824 Ocala Gas Co., gas plant ......

825 Martin Crate Co., carte factory. .
826 Ocala Lbr. & Supply. Co., mchsts...

827 Ocala Lbr. & Supply Co., -planing

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828 AA'm 'M. Gober, -lawyer ........
829 G. C. McClure, lawyer ....... .
830 Nathan Mayo, merchant .........

81 'Mayo Turpt Co., 'turpt still ......
832 Graham Bros., abstractors of titles
833 F. E. McClane, physician .. ...
834 J. Harry AVa Iters, physician .....
835 Dr. E. G. Lindner, physician ....
836 -J. B. Barton, merchant

837 J. B. Barton, turpt s.till .
838 Joseph Bell, lawyer ...... ....
839 F. AV. Ditto, real estate agent. .
840 F. AV. Ditto ins agt for 9 compnys

841 J. T. Lancaster, real estate agent
842 S. S. Savage. Jr., real estate agent
843 D. i3. AA'ioodrow, real estate ......

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FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 191
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

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1 W. 1-1 Smith, lawyer
2 Spencer Clinch, merchant . ... .
3 O. w. Plass, ins agt Atltc Gulf Co.-
4 M. C. Jackson, merchant ...
5 -.Mrs. M. .MicAllister, merchant . .
6 D. Chi sena, merchant ............
7 Staritdard Oil Co., wholesale gaslne
8 -H. A. Griffin, merchant ..... .
9 H. At Grlf ftn, restaurant ....... .
10 'A. Stott, menc'hanit .......
11 D. N. Ferguson, lawyer .-
12 Standard Oil Oo., wholesale oil...-
13 (Standard Oil Co., wholesale oil. .'.
1 4 II. A. Griffin, barber shop .........
15 Harry Peter & Co., liquor dealers.
16 Civil and Civil, merchants . . .
17 G. Hogan & Co., liquor dealers-
18 G. D. Hogan and Co., pool table.
19 C. N. iSchlemmier, bakery
20 R. L. Keating, iliquor dealer
21 Ocala House W;ine Rooims, lqr dlra
22 -E. D. Rou, merchant ..............
23 M. Fruchtman, merchant
24 S. M. Stanley, liquor dealer
25 M. Stanley, pool tables ........
26 :Susiana Jenkins, .merchant T . .
27 'Mrs. 'Martha Perkins, merchant .-
28 M. N. Ma.rs.hal, merchant .........
29 H. J .Jackison, merchant ........
30 Bitting and Knight, druggists .
31 Jno. T. iMoore, liquor dealer
32 Tte Carmtchael and Son Company,
liquor dealer
33 iW. H. Sprague, merclvant- : .
34 Grantham Bros., merchants .... .
35 J. I Grantham, auto for .hire ...
36 C. E. Cork, auto for liire
37 Mrs. J. I Hawes, mencTmnt . . .
38 W. F. Blesch, barber shop .......
39 M. A. Rice & Co., merchants
40 Wilson Lewis, merchant
41 W-ilson Lewis, barbershop J. ..
42 S. P. Lamb, auto for hire ... ...V
43 Eliza Daniels, merchant .
44 ". J. Lloyd, merchant ..........
45 J. .T. Hutchins, merchant .... . .
46 Mrs. 'M. H. Cobles, merchant ....
47 'Ed Hodge, merchant

48 J. C. Yost, piano tuner ...

C. ruree, auto for ihire ......
C. Iupree, auto for 'hire . ; .
C. Dup-ree, imerc'hant .........

AV. Roberts, merchant ........

D. Moon, auto ffor ihire ........
D. Monroe, auto for 'hire
F. Condo.n, mwchant .'.
F. Condon, auto (sales garage..

Fairfield N. -S. Co., merchant
Fairfield N. S.' Co., turpt still

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60 C. F. Hays, Ic cream cart .
61 'F. O. Cox, piano (tuner . . .
62 Julius T. Miller, merchant-
63 Florida House, hotel .......
64 Wm. Michall, merchant
65 M. CVI. Proctor, merchant ....
66 M. .M. Proctor, auto for hire
67 Ed. Wilson, restaurant

68 J. E. Thomas, .merchant Oct

oj Chas. 'McLucas, barber shop ...... .Oct.
70 J. M. Liddell, merchant Oct.
71 T. AV. Troxler, merchant .......... .Oct.
72 oel Johnson, boarding .house Oct.
73 iSara sot a Market, merchant ....... .Oct.
74 J. A. chandler, merchants ..... .Oct.
75 R. L. Simmons, merchant ........ .Oct.
76 Dr. G. K. Creekmore, physician ....Oct.
77 S. B. 'Bowers, barber shop ....... .Oct.
78 J. AV. Gran-tha-m, barber shop Oct.
79 A. Seevers, merchant Oct.
8u AV. G. 'Miller, pool room .Oct.
81 S. F. Ron, auto for hire ..Oct.
82 Ocala House, 'hotel Oct.
83 iM. M. .Little, merchant .Oct.
84 J. AV. AA'tlson, merchant ..Oct.
85 John Pasteur, merchant Oct.
86 N. E. Lowe, merchant .Oct.
87 L. C. Jackson, merchant .......... .Oct.
88 D. Dixon, tresitaurant ......Nov.
89 Leroy Williams, merchant Oct.
90 Wm. Ponder, barber en op ...... .Oct.
91 Wm. Ponder, barber shop ..Oct.
92 B. R. Chambers, merchant . '. Oct.
93 H. N. Knob lock, merchant Oct.
94 A'. Bennett, physician .Oct.
95 H. B. Masters Co., merchant ..... .Oct.

96 Elite Grocery Co., merchant Oct.

97 L. F. Ballard, merchant . .Oct.

98 John 'Sam mi a, merchant ......... .Oct.
99 S. B. Price, merchant ..Oct.
100 E. F. Newport, merchant Oct.
101 X. E. Frampton, piano ituner .Oct.
102 Ocala lee & Pkg Co., ice factory Oct.
103 Odata Mfg. Co., crate factory ..... -Oct.
104 J. E. Sherouse, merchant ... Oct.
105 Dr. AV. R. O. eA'al, physician Oct.
106 First State Bank, bank .......... .Oct.
107 W. C. Sanders, pool room Oct.
108 AV. C. Sanders, barber .Oct.
109 The Gist Co.,. merchant .... . . .Oct.
110 J. C. Turnip seed, merchant ....... .Oct.
111 Mrs. M. E, Davis, merchant ..... . .Oct.
112 W. E. Allen Co.. merchant . . . .Oct.
113 Mcintosh 'Furniture Co.. tmcht. . . .Oct.
114 H. P Crandall, auto for hire. .'-.. .Oct.
115 Carters Bakery, merchant "....Oct.
116 Ocala Iron AVorks, fdy & men s.hop..Oct.
117 J. L. Smith, auto for (hire Oct.
118 W. J. 'AVestover, merchant ...Oct.

119 H. Thalgott, merchant ..Oct.
120 Lavenla Bluett, Vanch stand. Oct.
121 E. D. Rou, auto for litre ..... .Oct.
122 R. A. Burford, lawyer ..Oct.
123 E. C Jordan, merchant .......... .Oct.
Ils4 S. L. Fridy, merchant Oct.
125 S. L. Fridy, auto for hire ......... .Oct.
126 Z. A. Crumpton, merohAat Oct.

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123 Moses Grocery Co., merchant ..... .Oct,
134 Belleview Trading Co., merchant. ;at.
135 Octit Steam Laundry, stm laundry .Oct.
136 J. S. Granitham, merchaat Oct.
127- G. W. Mitchell, merchant Oct.
138 J. D. Daw kins, merchant Oct.
13 S. Demetree, merchant Oct.
140 John- Bell, merchant Oct.
141 John Bell, merchant -Oct.
142 Bell and Moore, merchants Oct.
143 X. Heintz, merchant Oct.
144 p. K. powers, merchant .Oct.
14o Charles Peyser, merchant Oct.

146 G. P. Rast, merchant Oct.
147 -.Miss Florida Condon, In agt Eu Lf..Oct.

148 S. IL Christian, real estate Oct.

149 -A. O. Harriss, ins agt Mutl Lire. . .Oct.
150 J. H. Livingston, 4ns agt Muti Life. .Oct.
1 i- A'aa- Boney, auto for hire ...... ... .Oct.
152 Van Boney -auto for h ire Oct,
153Van Boney, auto ftr hire Oct.
1 54 pA H. Pedr!ek, autop for aire . . Oct.
155 ,j. E. Allemand, Jeweler . . .Oct.
156 E. JV and H. A. Da vies, merchants .Oct.
157 P. H. Perkins, barber shop .Oat.
1-8 P. 11. Perkins, itwo pooL tables . .Oct.
J 59 Charley ? iW ah, i laundry . ...... . .Oct.
l.aRrtsa Lee McGhaiiVi lunch counter. -Oct.

Wenrick, mtrchant Oct.
Alexander, merchant Oct.
Alexander, barber shop. ... .Oct.
I Ditto, auto for hire Oct.
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162 J. AV.
163 J. AV.
164 Cecil
165 G. D.

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168 K. G.

1 69 J. L. Watson,

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171 H. J. Wall & Son, merchants. .
1 72 .Marlon Hardware Co., merchant
173 Marion Hardware Co., aynamite
1.-5-J. fMal ever, merchant
175 The Globe, merchant
1 76 J. A- Parh am. ; merch ant

177 L J. Dank werta. merchant .... Oct. -13

178 Broadway Grocery Co., merchant.
179 AV. H. Webb, merchant : :
180 Pricilla Bradivy, merchant ... .
181 Hayes & Guynn, ; merchants . .
18 J. N. Malphurs, merchant . ....
183 Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, merchant.
184 George OhmiaCiit, merchant ... '. .
185 W. E. and J. M. Merrell, merchants
186 Kirby Bros, public drays ........
187 II. -A. AVaterman, merchant ......
18i Gulf Refining Co., wholesale oils
189 Gulf' Refining Co., wholesle gaslne
190 R. A; Jordan, merchant
191 Jor iW. Dodge, lunch counter
192 Mrs. T. L. Steele, auto for hire..
193 Stephen Seymtour; anerchanjt
1. 4 IL T. Hall, merchant
195 J L Smith Grocery Co, merchant.

1 9 6 D. R. Davis, merch an t
197 D. It. Purvis, merchant
198 Oaala Grocery Co., wholesale .grcre
199 xV S. J. Wallace, merchant
200 N. C. Walts and Co.. merchants ..
201 Jf G. 'MjeCrorey Co., merchant ....
202 Christian and Dickson Co., mcht..
20 6 Dr. J. W. Hood, physician .......
204 Dunnclloni Supply, Co., merchant.
205 Dunnellon Supply Co., dynamite.
206 r-Luddin and Bates, merchants
207 Oaala Cash Groc Co., merchant .
208 Ellis Goolsby, merchant .........
209 AVm. !Hocker, Hawyer ..... . . .
210 E. H. .Martin, 'lawyer
211 T. M. McOants, merchant
212 AV. S. Perry, auto for hLre ...
213 J. Q. Boyd, merchant ,

1 2 i'-. E. E. Dobbs, auto for hire
il5 i. E. Dobbs, auto for hire .

216 G.3j.'Dn.Mer. ins agent ........

217 B. F, 'Morrison, auto for hire
218 B. F. Morrison, auto for. hire .,.
219 Ernest R. Colby, auto tor hire. .
220 it. jM. Giles, merchant
221 .Teuton. Supply Co. merchant ...
222 Godwin and Gore, merchants ...
223 A. G. Gates, srarasre

224 E. E. Converse, planing mill and
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225 Cal Falana, merchant ;
226 HJ. M. Neeley. ins agt N. Y. Iife. .'
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228 Jno. Dozier Co., merchant
229 Magnolia Cafe, restaurant .......
230 S. L. Fridy, auto for hire
231 J. M. Robinson, canto for hire ....

232 8. D. H. Robinson, auto for hire. .Oct
233 D. I. Robinson and Co., merchants. .Oct

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235 N. J. Theios, merchsant ... ....
236 L. T. Izlar, lawyer
237 A. J. Stevens, merchant ..........
238 J. E. Thomas, auto for hire . ....
239 Marion 'Furniture Co;, merchant.
240 R. S. Hughe, physician . ....
24 1 R. S. Hug'hes, merchant . ......
2 4 2 J. E, AVagnom, m erchant
243 Jno. T. Lewis and Sons, merchants

244 Jno. T. Lewis & 'Son, auto for hire
245 AVl'lmer Gibson, merchant .......
2 4 6 Douglas Bros. m erchan t
247 S. G. Fosnot, mxto for hire ......
2 4 8 L. AV. Yonge, merchan t
249 -W. H. Marsh, merchant
2 5 0 To m Ne wnhiam m ersc h an t
251 H. D. Mlaithews, merchant
i 52 Irvine Crte and Bsket Co. crte f try
253 Irvine C. and. sB. Co., merchant .

z&4 j. -a: liou vier, autto garage
255 'Maittldia 'Williams, restaurant . .
25 Davis Moon, auto for -hire ........
21 S. A. Griffin, 4ns agent
258- Hairr.iin.gt on Hall, ihotel

2 9 Herbert Lattner,

260 F. AAr; Webber, merchant
261 F.- W. Webber, dee factory
262 F.AV. AVebber, 'auto for hire ....
262 F. AV. Webber, auto for hire .
264- Pasteur and Johnson, merchants

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266 Mrs. C. C Arms, hotel .... . . . . .Oct.
261 J. A. Hicks and Son, merchants. ... -Oct.
2 .8 Knight and Strange, merchants. ..." .Oct.
269 Lu(la Edwards, restaurant ...... . .Oct.
2 70 Carn -Thomas Co. merchant Oct.
271 L. P. Olin, merchant Oct.
272 L. J. Blalock and Bro.. merchants .Oct.
273 -AV. D. Ed wards, merchant Oct.
274 J. AV. Coulter, merchant . . ...... .Oct.
275 F. P. Hobson, merchant Oct.
276 Dr. E. Van Hood, physician Oct,
277 A. Belcher and Son. merchants Oct.

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279 -S. M. Stanley, one pool table Oct.
280 7-Ocala Bottling Works, bating wksi .Oct.
281 Dr. X.. H. voni Engelken, physician. .Oct.
2 8 2 B. B. Bau m, ires-tauran t Oct.
283 C P. Davis, auto -for hire : Oct.
284 L, Green, barber, one chair ....... .Oct.
285 A. AV. Yongue, merchant Oct.
286 AV. H. Smith, (hack ... ... . ...... .Oct.
287 E. L. Wartmann, merCharit ....... .Oct.
288 DCbbs and Clamp, moving pic sshow.Oct.
289 AV. O. Parker, restaurant ....... .Oct.
290 AV. R. Alderman, restaurant . .Oct.
291 T. G. Soardasin, merchant .Oct.
292 L. F. Teuton & Co., merchants .... .Oct.
293 W. F. Iulllam, barber ..Oct.
2 9 4 E,. S. Simmons, barber Oct.
2 9 5 J. E. Ch'ace, d entiat ; Oct.
296 R. II. Sanders, merchant . ... . .Oct.
297 AV. M. Moeley, merchant ....... . .Oct.
298 T. F. Harris, merchant .Oct.
299 AV. L. (Mills, merchant ......Oct.
300 R. F. Ferguson, merchant Oct.
301 C Farrls, merchant Oct.
302 E. P. Martin, Ins agent . .Oct.
303 J. H. Seckinger. merchant .Oct.
3 0 4 T. J. Zi mmerrman, merchant Oct
3 0 5 Mrs. K. T. Quick, merch ant Oct.
306 L. C Smith, pool room Oct.
307 Wimberly Bros., merchants ...... .Oct.
308 'Metcalf Jrug Store, -druggists Oct.
309 Nancy Adan, restaurant Oct.
310 O. A. Taylon merchant Oct.
311 Dr. L. F. -Blalock, dentist Oct.
312 T. J. GaUman. merchant ... .r .... -Oct.

313 W. J. Johnson, merchant: ... .....
314 AV. J. Johnson, 'barber ... . . -. .... -Oct-
315 Theus-Zachry Co., merchant -Oct.
316 p. J. Theus Co., merchant ........ -Oct.
317 F. K. Ellis, merchant Oct.
51 StT. T? TTjTrvmt:nn rlTVtJit Oct.

319 Roddick Ice & Packng Co.. ice fcry. .voz. z, jif
3.20 -ATalkup Drug Co., druggist ... .... .Oct. 26, .1914
321 Dr. A. C. AValkup. druggist ... ..... -Oct. 26, 1914
322 C. C. Carter, barber .............. -Oct. 26 ,1914
3?5 T. T Ta-otrU1n- mPPant .......... .Oct. 26, 1914

294. iCVUM.ft'T. Tinn. riibli lravs .'. Oct. 26, 1914

325 Collier Bros.V warehouse .... c-
326 E. C. Beraiett, oill posting Oct.
327 E. C. Beranett, mgr theater Oot.
328 hM. S. Sawa1a; merchant Oct,
329 S. 4A. Sawaya. merchant. Oct.
330 Oeaila Coopemge Co., barrel factry. -Oct.
251 TT n X4rtH..rT THv1r'iAn Oct.

n 1 9 rvf'uirtVi-afJ I ThflTTnafv. ri-nisrslsts .Oct. 26,

233 TT. W. Tuoker. elecrlcal supplies. .. .Oct. 26,

3 3 4 Clara E. Ja cksron. restau rant .
335 Minnie. Pryor. merchant .
336 SS. Fein berg, merchant

3 3 7 F. Clapper, merchanit
3S8 W. AV. Kin-g, merchant
339 AV. W. Kin sr. merchant

240 Crawford and Pasteur, merchants.

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HI GUT

OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1914

r

OCALA OCCURRENCES

i

"AN UNFRIENDLY ACT

K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Council meets tomorrow evening.

Boy's wagons at Fishers. ll-2t
Mr. John Mathews of Candler is in
town.

Rattan jardinieres for Christmas at
Burnett, the jeweler's. 9-12t

WEATHER REPORT

Dolls, dolls, at Fishel's.

10-2t

We have a full line of Kodak cal calendars
endars calendars for Christmas. Gerig's. 14-tf

Books for children of all ages at
The Murrayv Company. 8-tf
Kodak calendars, all sizes and col colors.
ors. colors. Gerig's. 14-tf

You can buy Dennison's X'mas
Txxes, tags and seals at KEEPER'S.

Fine stationery in fancy Christmas
packages. Gerig's. 14-tf
Old newspapers for sale at 10 cents
per hundred at this office. tf
YouH never quite fully appreciate
a Jim fiz till you try one at Johnny's
Place. 12-tf

Our line of Christmas stationery is
complete. Gerig's. t 14-tf

For
15m.

fire wood phone

Joe Potter,
12-12-tf

See" the beautiful Volland Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cards and booklets at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 8-tf.

Handsome stationery at
Tay Company.

The

Mur-8-tf.

Mrs. E. C. May of Inverness, is in
the city today on a shopping tour.

For
15m.

fire wood phone

Joe Potter,
12-12-tf

High grade candy in fancy pack packages
ages packages for Christmas at Gerig's. 14-tf

Millinery at Fishel's.

ll-2t

Toys for Christmas gifts at
Murray, Company.

The
8-tf.

We sell candy with a quality that
your friends will appreciate. Gerig's
Drug Store. 14-tf

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov gov-ernment.
ernment. gov-ernment. Max. Min. R.F.
Dec. 1 72 65
Dec. 2 76 62
Dec. 3 .74 62
Dec. 4 ....... ...77 62
Dec. 5 .... 74 53 ..
Dec. 6 52 47
Dec. 7 ...69 50 ..
Dec. 8 61 52 .46
Dec. 9 66 51
Dec. 10 58 1 46
Dec. 11 ............ -.49 37
Dec. 12 ...58 31
Dec. 13 .............69 54 1.46
Local Forecast
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
Much colder tonight and in south

and central portions Tuesday temper temperature
ature temperature freezing or below tonight north

portion and near freezing central por

tion.

GET YOUR CHRISTMAS

FRUITS FROM ARDEN

Carranza Doesn't Want American
Soldiers to Protect Our Border

Citizens
Vera Cruz, Dec. 13. "If the United
States employs force to stop the fir firing
ing firing by Mexicans across the interna international
tional international boundary line at Naco it will

be considered an unfriendly act, not-

withstanding the friendly motives
cloaking the act."
In this manner Carranza made an answer
swer answer to the formal notice served by
the United States on both Provisional
President Gutierrez and General Car Carranza
ranza Carranza that unless such firing ceased,
force would be employed to protect
American territory.
A Hostile Act
. Carranza's reply to the American
note, which is expected to reach
Washington today, will repudiate re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for any shot that have
crossed the line and clearly set forth
that he and his government will re regard
gard regard intervention at Naco as a hos hostile
tile hostile act.

TREAT US WITH CONTEMPT

THE MARKETS

COTTON
Liverpool, Dec. 14. Cotton steady
and higher. Middling 4.29.
New York, Dec. 14 Cotton steady,
one to five points higher, later ad

vancing net four to seven points
over the opening. December 6.85;
March 7.21; May 7.37.

LIGENSE REP3I

(Continued from

Page

Seven)

No. Name Occupation

Date Isued

Account

ADS

Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For flsqt and Similar Local Heeds

Specially packed Christmas boxes
of Parson Brown or pineapple or oranges,
anges, oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and
kumquats, wrapped in special Christ Christmas
mas Christmas papers, topped with holly sprays,
$2.50. Specially prepared baskets cf
mixed fruits attractively arranged for
individual gifts in holly and frosted
cedar trimmings from $0 cents up.
Phone your orders at earliest con convenience
venience convenience to 106, for the most delicious
of Marion county fruits. 9-tf-

TO THE LADIES

Let us dress your dolls, embroider
the monograms, or. otherwise, paint
your place cards, velvets, etc., and
make your handsome sashes for
Christmas presents and Christmas
millinery. Doll hats a specialty.
10-3t Miss Mary Affleck,
Up-stairs, rear Helvenston's Store.

Mr. M. G. Davis 6f
business visitor today.

Zuber was a

The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the new dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf

Holeproof sox at Fishel's. ll-2t

Judge William Gober has returned
from Sanford where he went on pro professional
fessional professional business last Friday.

A highball made and served at
Johnny's Place is hard to beat. 12-tf

Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mayo of Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick are among the strangers in town
today.-

Holday gifts, just lots of them,
KREGER'S. 3-tf

at

Judge J. B. Gaines came up from
Leesburg on the A. C. L.. midday train
to attend the circuit-court.

Mr. L. Marlowe returned to his,

home in Holder this morning after
few days' visit in Ocala.

Mr. C. L. Freeman came up this
morning for a visit to Mrs. Freeman,
who has been in the city, for several
weeks undergoing medical treatment
at the McClane Institute.

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

Rev. Tanner of Belleview is in the

city today. Mr. Tanner is one of

Belleview's leading civic boosters; he
is engaged in stirring up interest in

an electric lighting system, cold

storaere and other improvements for

the town.

Shop at Fishel's. ll-2t

A

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.

KMessrsrsW. R. Der'dman and W. E.

Christian-tvq of Mcintosh's promi

nent business! men, are in the city to-

lay.

Greasers Continue to Shower Bullets
on Border Americans
Naco, Ariz., Dec. 14. Three' per

sons were injured, one of them, Mrs.

Jose Martinez, seriously, by bullets
from the battle at Naco. Sonora.

which fell into the city -yesterday.

EVEN GRIDIRON CLUB

OBSERVED NEUTRALITY

Washington, Dec. 14.Members of

the cabinet, congressmen, diplomat diplomatists
ists diplomatists and leaders of all activities of the
nation's life gathered round the

board here last night at the Gridiron
Club's winter dinner.
President Wilson's earnest injunc injunction
tion injunction to the American people to re refrain
frain refrain from public discussion of war is issued
sued issued was strictly regarded and the lo-7
cation of the many satires and dra dramatic
matic dramatic skits was always within the
shore lines of the two oceans which
bound the Americas.

FOR RENT Three rooms and bath,

furnished for light housekeeping;

city and cistern water. Apply to

Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth

street. 11-tf

WANTED 100 to 100 bushels of vel velvet
vet velvet beans. Can also use some Lyon
beans. Name best prices and state

when can ship. Kilgore Seed Co.
Plant City, Fla. 14-2t

BELIEVES AMERICA IS
FRIENDLY TO BRITAIN

Amsterdam, Dec. 14. In a long ar article
ticle article on the possibility of the United
States playing an important role in
the conclusion of peace ." among the
European powers the Cologne Gazette
says that the "peace movement in
America is not inspired by Germany,"
and that "American bankers with
German names, in urging the desira desirabilityof
bilityof desirabilityof peace, render a doubtful ser service
vice service to Germany." -'ij'!
It would be an ostrich policy, the
newspaper declares, not to recognize
the public opinion in America is
friendly to Great Britain. It may be
argued that the American- govern government'
ment' government' has observed the strictest neu neutrality,
trality, neutrality, but one can be neutral in an
indifferent way, and on the whole Am American
erican American neutrality has been favorable
to Great Britain.

MOON-FOLKES

-.nr. ana Mrs. r. rk. siaugnter oj

Summerfield were among today"
Christmas shoppers.

rJ

" 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

Mr. Charles White of Citra and
New York, is attending the Methodist
conference in Arcadia.

Velocipedes at Fishel's. ll-2t

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

The Metropolitan Savings Bank,
the big colored bank of the city, con continues
tinues continues to grow and increase. It has
put on half a dozen new depositors
within the past two or three days.

Mr. D. R. Zetrouer of the GeigS

section is in the citV on. his way home

from the1 Arcadia comfention. He re reports
ports reports everything Injhat section of

Florida is splendid shape

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

Charles Cullen has a position with
the Murray Company for the after afternoons
noons afternoons and evenings until after Christmas.

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

Ivory goods, latest designs, at The
Murray Company. 8-tf.

Dunnellon Advocate: Last Friday
evening Rev. S. S. Mathis united in
marriage Davis Moon and Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Folkes. The happy young couple
had been playmates since childhood,
as both grew up in this vicinity. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
D;. S. Folkes, while the groom is a

rising young lawyer of Dunnellon.
Their many friends have been busy

congratulations on the

in which the Advocate

joins.

"sjiowering

Varying Color of the Eye.

Eyes, as wc know, are apt to vary

considerably in ehades of color in the
3ame Individual from time to time a
face that explains why. Wordsworth's
familiar description of Coleridge as a.
noticeable man with large gray eyes
does not quite agree with Carlyle's
Impression that his eyes were of a
light hazel, nor this again with the
writer who found them "light gray,
prominent and of liquid brilliancy, as
though the orb itself retreated to the
Innermost recesses of the brain."
Temper.
It seems a small thing to lose one's
temper. But really It means losing
one's hold over the brute part of one's
nature. Irritation and rage are un unreasoning,
reasoning, unreasoning, brutal and ignoble. It is
unwise, to say the least, to allow them

to ta&e tne upper nana even tor 9
moment.

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

MRS. YOUNG RE-ELECTED

KIMBALL
im tLponnp Ihome

Chicago, Dec. 12. Mrs. Ella Flagg
Young, superintendent of the Chica Chicago
go Chicago schools, whose salary of $10,000 a

year marks her among the highest
salaried women of the country, was
re-elected last night by a vote of 15
to 6. A fight had been expected but
the open support of Mayor Harrison
assured Mrs. Young her place.

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

the
and

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
housekeeninrr.. Inquire at the Co

lonial. 7-tf

FOR SALE Old newspapers, 10

cents per hundred, at this office.

Mil KENT Lower flat Xor rent on

Oklawaha avenue. All modern con

veniences. Apply Mrs. B. D. Black

burn, 428 Oklawaha avenue. 30-tf

all

9-9-tf

345 R. Si Shorttridg'e, "auito for Jiire ., .Oct.
346 T. F. Stewman, merchant Oct.
347 Joihn Armstrong:, restaurant ..... .Oct.
348 J. F. Meadows, auto, for ihire Oct.
349 J. Chas. Smith, merchant ... Oct.
350 A. P. -Flnley, -merchant Oct.
351 Oommerciial Bank, banking ,. . .Oct.
352 Dr. H. GaffcreJl, physician Oat.
353 Ocala Bazaar, merchant ... I ... .Oct.
354 W. W. ,C. mith, undertaking- and
embalming V. -Oct.
255 3r. IL C. Dozier, pliy-sieian v. v ...... .Oct.
356 A. S. Lambert, merchant Oct.
357 Sam 'Wasninsrton, .hack Oct.

35S A. J. leavenirO'O'd i.v Son, mrbl yds. Oct,

359 Dunnellon Development Co., mcht...Oct.

3B0 Dunnellon Devclirst Co., livry sthle- -Oct.
361 Counts Grocery Co., merchant . t .Oct.

it. iv. jLeaoot uroc, jo., mercaant. .-.vt-i.

3ta 'Miss Mary Affleck, merchant -Oct,

364 Dr. G. P. rarramore, pnyslcian ...Oct.

365 G. -B. "Law-ton. auto, for hire Oct.

3. J no. E.-.i&herouse. merctiant ... . .vct.

A. J. DoUKlas, jnerctiant Oct.

368L. E. an4 V. V. Mulkey, mchts. . .Oct.

369 A. K. Burnott. Jeweler .Oct.

370 Walkup Garagre and Oilatrhlne

works, auto srarajre ...jica..

371 McDonald Chancy Co., sales stable. -Oct.
372 Airs. M. A. Bostlck, .merchant ......Oct.
373 J. C PlUans. merchant . .Oct.

374 RhemauMT cund Co.. anerdhants .....Oct

375 Ocala Bicycle Shop, mercliant

. o LM. tmK, mere nan t . . . .

377 G. W Nevdlle. tnaurance s:e.nt .
378 G. W. Neville, insurance asrentt
379 G. V. Neville, Insurance aijent
380 G. rvv. .Neville, Insurance agent
381 G. TV.' Neville, .Insurance aent
382 G. W, Neville, Insurance agent
383 G. W. Nevilte, insairance agent

384 G. W. NevKle, (insurance agent
385 G. W. Neville, insurance asrent

386 G.. v. Neville, insurance agent

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.Oct, 2S,

agent,...-Oct. 28,
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and Ma- '

,tct. zs.

FOR SAUE Sawed cellar posts,

Hj-def Crystal River, Fla.

POSITION WANTED A competent
young -man wants a position as

(bookkeeper or office man ; fine ac accountant,
countant, accountant, steady and settled, but

. not a type-rlter or stenographer.

Address Star office. 25-tf

IiAKE HOUSE POU KENT A new.

cmodern, 5-room cottage, bath,

screens, etc.. completely furnlsa-

ed ; close to Lake Weir, -adjoining

orange srove of uarney invest

ment Co., for rentjor the winter.
Address, H. S. Wesson, 1 Ocala,

Fla. 27-30t

PRACnCAl,
carpenter and Builder
Jareful Estimates made on all Con Con-;ract
;ract Con-;ract Work. Gives more and better
vork for tne money than any other
n-jnetor in the city.

387 g. W. Neville, insurance

3S8 G. "W. Neville, insurance

389 llazik ,of Ounnellon, banl
390 runn0llon Ice, (Storage

3 9 1- .M. I Rejuolds, insurance agent . -Oct.
392 rr. II. w. Counts, physician ..Oct.
893 Wilson Bros., .merchants Oct.

394 Caurt rsiarmacy, tirus'lstas
395 E. A, Red&itt, auto for hire 'H1-
396 Geo. H. Dyke, merchant --Oct.
397 Tho... Russell, merchant Oe,
39S Ooala Seed Store, merchant ..Oct.
399 T. C. Ferguson, .-auto for "hire ...i-A

400 -D. -M. Boney. ontioian .... . ...... .Oct.

401 TyWlnsrs and Co.. drusists ..Oct.

402 15. Schem, smenchant, ............... .ci.
403 'Mclver and MacIOay, merchants . .Oct.
404 illclver and MacKay. aindertakins:

and embalmintr :. : ot.

405 Jiclver and iMacKav. architect Oo-t.

406-HMcIver and MacKay,. conta-aotors .. Oct.

407 The Murray Co... merchant Oct.

408 A. D. IJrooks. merchant .... ..... .Oct.

409 Fred 'Arnold, .restaurant- . .Oct.
410 'W. 1m 'McKenzie, auto for fiiire Oct.
411 Dr. A. -1. Blalock, physician Oct.

412 itohert and Sam Fosnot. -nchts .Oct. 30.

413 Robert and Sam Fosnot. launch Oat. 30.

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FOR SALE Nice largo residence on

1 beautiful, large lot; in best neigh-

borhood; on Jbort King avenue;

price right. S. S, Savage, Jr. 1-1 m

NOV.
Nov.

FOR RENT House for rent on Wa-

tula street opposite telephone of-

nee. oas, electric iignis, not anu

cold water. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at Mrs. Haycraf t'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

, way. 8-tf

FOR SLEWhite Rocks, Fishel

strain; high class breeding pen;

cheap for ready sale; also pen In

dian Runners. Apply 304 South

.Turd street, east. 12-10-tf

AUTOMOBILE FOR tSALE Will 1 sell

five wassensrer touring car cheap for

quick caslx sale. Box 329, Ocala,

Fla. 14-tf

PLACED

AXTWHEIirL EVKIiYWiniSS

I ly, Sunday Pa-
A II....

v w o. Jk
xinea. Loveat
rate. Prompt,
reliable service.
Fre estimates.
Let vs figure

with you on taking entire chares of

artvertUlng interest, Reference from mi
lsfled client. I'toon C7T1.
MONTGOMERY.
ADVERTISING COLIPAIIY, IIIC

llutusl Jfe Bldff. Jaefeaonvllle Fla.

414 A.. F. I la vJ land, axifto for Qiire Oat.

415 uarmichaea Barber 'Shoo, "brbr sht. .Oct.

416 Dr. IL iW. Henr. physician Oct.
417 j. Blacksh-ear, .physician Oct.
41S Mrs. 11. B. Nettles, merchant Oct.
.419 East Fla fTelephone Co., telephnes. .Oct.
420 'Mrs. M. C. Cray; merchant ,,.Oct,
421 Ocala Tnoto Co., TDihotoraoher. . .Oct.

422 E. V. Rush and Co.. merchants Oct

423 C. II. Shaw an I Co.. .merchants ....Oat.

424 tM tro poll tan iSvnpr Bank, b'ankinir. .Oct,
425 B. U uMHU, launch Oct.
426 sT. B. Wallin?r and Co.. ftawmill Oct.

427 W. B, Livincrston. vet surireon . .O t.

428 Y. C. Mitchell, 'barber Oct.
429 J. K. White, merchant Ot.
430 Anti-Monopoly Brupr Store, ruHt. .Oct.
431 'Metropolitan Drarr Store, klrurr.iMf. .Oat.
432 D. TV. XJavi-;, ins aarent 28 co s. .Oct.

433 Berry and Whittinsrton, livery .... .Oct.
4-4 Ollie Mordis, merchant .Nov,
435 Luickle's Garage, crarase . : Nov.

436--Cjt. A. rteeve, iiotorapher ....... .Nov.

4i7 uoropton and McUae, merchants. ;
438 T,he Jno. rozier Co., -public dray .
439 F. H. Ouess, merc int

440 Charles Ooddard, Ml very
4 41 Mixson and -Morrison, rf-tl rn..it Ilr

442 iV. K. Kilpatrick & Son. merchant

443 -Tr. J. -M. Thompson, -physician
444 1. A, Bridsre.s. anito -for hire

445 iMock F.inley. -merchantV .

44 C J. A. Parham: livery ;.

447 .C. C& Hon, merchant

44S-V. D. Cowdrick. merchant

44 9 Bert Cooper, livery

4f0 E. I. Ttav. leweiler . i .

451 -V. A. OelTart. merchant

452 Edward Tu'cker, KTirajre
453 J I. J. Benson, merchant
454 D. G. Wat kins, imerchant

455 Jesse McOuffy, 'livery'. ..
456 Goldman, merchant

4 57 B. Goldman, fire arms Nov

4o8 'Ti Goldman, pawn shon Nov.

4 59 jl. II. Burry, merchant
460 I W. ruval, lawyer
461 T. J. Kemp and Co., merchants...
462 T. J. Kemp and Co.. turpt till .

463 B. L. Clyburn, meircihant

464 Delia Smitn and N. XXonie. lunoh

counter -. ......

46T j. F. Risher anto 'for hire Nov'

too r. uiaiman, luncn siaca

467 Andrew Gold wire, livery
468 A. C, Rackord, livery 4,..,:
469 J. D. McOuffy, livery
470 H. J. Wall and on, auto .for ihlro.
4 71 Meffe-rt and Cilavnard, merchants..
472 -Dr. Wm. Griffith, physician
473 Dr. T. I. Lowrie, pnysician ......
474 Addle Michael, merchant -...,..
473 fMrs. A. H. Carter, automatic scale
476 S. J. Green, barbershop
477 J. Xi. Smith, merchant .
478 Dunnellon Pharmacy, druggist
479 A, B. Halsell, merchant ..... J. .
480 Peter Paul Costclla, merchant....
481 Dr. H. F. Wa.tt. physician .......
482 J. M. Anderson, mercih.T!t
483 C. H. Oooner, axifto for 'hire V. .
4 84 Samuel Sla'ck Co., mercnant ....
485 E. M Osborn, Jnnrang-e agrt 5 cos
486 J. A. Walker, 'barber

j j. nurun. auto era ra ire .......

Gu tliery, merchant .

JSm'oak, imerchant ....... . Nov

and ..A., John son f r e sh m ea t s k n v.

Scarswlale and Co., merchants ..... .Nov

1914

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Unapprectatlve TravcUra.
The priceless privilege of European
travel, once secured, Is often under undervalued
valued undervalued by Americans. LIppIncott's
tells of two American girls talking to together
gether together in Paris: 'What shall we do this
afternoon?" "Let's go to, the Louvre"
"Oh, no; I've been there already, and
It's not the sort of place you care to
go. to more than once' The Magasin
de Louvre would doubtless have bean
better appreciated by this .young
vom.n
Cn His Way.
' "Why doesn't that dachshund como
when I -call him? The idea of sulk sulking
ing sulking on me." "He's coming as fast as
he can," said the man's wife. "He's
got his front legs started." Washing Washington
ton Washington Herald.

2.
24,

492 Annex Drug Store, drug.pts.
493- -Rexall lruqr Store. drugUtg

4 94 P. D. O'Dell, au.to for hire

49 Noah and Johnson, bakery
496 'W. J. Thornton, merchant
497 R H. Walkup, merchant
498 C. II. Cooner, auto for hire
499 11. C. Jones, an-to for hire .......
500 Tt, W. Eerj2rti.-?on, civil engineer.
501 John Cabaiis, merchant .........
502 7,. Medbaum, merchant
503 S. X. Collins, merchant
504 Douis Weihe, iauto for .hire
505 -Touls Weihe, merchant
50G O. E.. 'Smdth; auto for hire .......
0 7 Jerry Bnrnett, merchant tailor..
508 Home Turpt Co., merchant ,.-...
09 Ttomeo Turpt Co.. turpt sstill ..v.
510 S. P. Pr.iton. merchant ....... I
511 Carbon Gas Mfs. Co. merchant
"12 Eph WJIlia ms, fchovv

ioui? if. onazal, real estate ajrent. .Oct; 1,
514 w. C. S. Anderson, pool room. .Oct; 1,
515 E. itcIHiffy. merchant .... ".-. .Oct.'. '1,
516 Ti.fi: Mitchell, merchant ..Oct. 1,
517 J. H.. Johnson, itrne-rant vender of
lm trs t ....... i ...... r Oct.- .1,
5T8 M. PJsshel and Son, merchants . t .Oct. 1.

-iy ii. it. stripling:, it?s asreit . .Oct.
520 Home Pule ri rv.. merrhant i-. frf

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Nov.. 30.

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9, 1914
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: Incendiary Rabbit.
A Walla Walla man is charged with
endeavoring to annihilate a rabbit
colony with the aid of a pint of kero kerosene
sene kerosene and a 'ucifer match.' A rabbit
was soaked in the liquid and touched
off with a match. Whereupon, with a
beautiful understanding of the fitness
of things, the blazing creature bur burrowed
rowed burrowed into the nearest haystack, while
thousands of amused rabbits sat
around and watched the fun. No in insurance.
surance. insurance. Cleveland Plain Dealer.

21 j. m
522 A. T
523 E. G
5?4 J. A.

landolt. merchant

Thomas, mfcr of "concrete
Peek, physician ...... ...
Tsmer, retl dlr fresh meats.

and Nott, -merchants

.Oct.
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526 Carlisle Drug Co., drujrjrist.
527 F. S. Wolcott. show ..... ..

2a fCvdy Rark-sdale, movJn?; pictures. .Oct.

?i9 J. li. Dewey, care, -'..Oct
741 Cancelled.
784 Cancelled.

1914 ........ 10.00

1914 10.00
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State af Florida: I
County of Marion. , T,, .-n .rf
- I, W. E. Smith, courty Judi?e In and for Marlon cwnty. I lorj. do cc;
tJiat the forej-olne- report icontainu a. true statement of a a occufa,i.
ceases Issued in Marion county from the 11th day of May, 114
day of December. 1914, toth days inclusive. c'-' j-!'

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