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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London, Jan. 2. -It was learned to today
day today that Kins George is .taking a per per-.Eor.r.l
.Eor.r.l per-.Eor.r.l part in the negotiations rela relative
tive relative to the reply Great Britain will
make to the United. States' note pro protecting"
tecting" protecting" against interference by the
warring nations of Europe tvith Am Am-erioan
erioan Am-erioan shipping. It is understood that
tha Lir.rr, foreign minister, prime
minister and other influential mem members
bers members of the British government fav favor
or favor an immediate, conciliatory reply.
It is, ercpected that an international
arrangement will be ejected by which
American -chips will be freed from
delay in passage, searches and seiz seizures,
ures, seizures, and the same non-interference
excrpt in especial cases will be main maintained
tained maintained toward the other nautral ship ship-pinrr.
pinrr. ship-pinrr. France and Russia are report report-ei
ei report-ei to be in thorough accord with this
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TIIKIR CAPITAL
CrrrUantinople Jan. 2. An army
ci" 1." 0 0.00 has been concentrated
;ivun:l Constantinople. The "Turks
are foitifying Marmora Island.

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UV A SLIIVIAN ARMY IS THE
NLXT THING, ON THE
PROGRAM
Nbh, Jan. 2. A Servian army is
bfkr: reorganized in' preparation for
r,:i inM ion of Hungary. All Servia
ih r.ov; clear of. Austrian soldiers.

AN IMMENSE AMOUNT

C321.CC J,CC3 Appropriated fcr the
pcnice Department
a:?hir.gion, Jan. 2. The annual
lie Ceo appropriation bill carrying
.;:l,C:a,Caa was passed by the House
y..;terday. It in-cluded legislation
aboliihins the position of assistant
t u-.tratcr in many ofiices, inaug inaugurating
urating inaugurating a revised system of railway
mail pay, including payment for in in-crt'..j.cd
crt'..j.cd in-crt'..j.cd mail weight due to the parcel
post, and making other organization
charges, recommended by Postmaster
General Burleson. Efforts to author authorize
ize authorize an experimental contract service,
to replace rural carriers was de-
fcat&d.

GERMANS REPORT I3IPORTANT
SUCCESSES 0 EASTERN
AND VESTERN FRONTS
Berlin, Jan. 2. Advances have
been made by Germans all along the
line the Argonne district. The French
have bombarded Saarburg, in : Lor Lorraine,
raine, Lorraine, northwest of Strassburg.
All the enemy's attacks near Nieu Nieu-port
port Nieu-port have been : repulsed. Fierce
French attacks, north of Verdun,
near Ailly, near Apremont and north
of Commercy have been repulsed
with heavy losses to the French.
The Gerrnans, captured a ( hundred
prisoners and thirty-three officers and
now occupy Bois Brules. The French
"reports' 'V'of the occupation,-of Stein-
bach are untrue. t v
In the east German progress is fav favorable.
orable. favorable.
AN OPERATION NECESSARY
Amsterdam, Jan. 2. A dispatch
rem Berlin says the kaiser has been
advised by his. physicians to undergo
an operation for catarrh of the throat
immediately.

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Paris Jan. 2. With the abatement
of the fierce storms which have been
prevailing over northern Europe for
the past ten days, the fighting in
northern France and Belgium is
growing much fiercer. The artillery
of both sides continues to play a most
important part.
FORCES COMING OVER FROM
THE EASTERN FRONT
It is reported that great, masses of
German troops, estimated at over
200,000, passed through Cologne yes yesterday
terday yesterday eri route to the Yser front.
SWINGING IN AX. ALMOST EVEN
. SCALE
Paris, Jan'. 2, 3 p. m. The destruc destruction
tion destruction of German trenches near Parvil Parvil-lers
lers Parvil-lers and Labois is reported, but slight
successes for the Germans, in the.Ar the.Ar-ras
ras the.Ar-ras region are admitted.
The French maintained gains in'
West Flanders near. Nieuport against

furious attacks. Artillery battles
are raging at. Arras, Albert, Roye and
along tjie Aisne where the French
have gained the mastery.
The. .Germans are again bombard bombarding
ing bombarding the .French in the vicinity of
Rheims. In the Arg6nne district the
Germans made a slight advance in the
forests of-. Lagruie. The -Germans
suffered heavy losses at Steinback. In
the Vosges the German attack near
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REGAL AUTO FOR SALE

A Regal underslung automobile, Q.
D. tires, perfect condition, for $275
on easyerms. Address, A. M Lans Lans-ford,
ford, Lans-ford, Ocala, Fla. Mo-We-Fri

A beautifully marked, 18 months
old bedigreed Shetland Mare Pony for
sale. Address Star Office. dh

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OPERATORS IN OHIO CONCEDE
DEMANDS OF THEIR
EMPLOYES
Bridgeport, Ohio, Jan. 2. The
Pluto Coal Co. will this afternoon
sign a miner's scale. It is reported
that the Red Mud Mine Co. will also
sign. This is the first break in the
ranks, of the operators. .-;

Feel like trying a Scotch highball
(any other kind if you do not lik
the Scotch) then try one at Johnnys
Pla-e. 22-tf

On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 431. tf

The best gin rickey in the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

The Florida Power ;Company proposes to sell the
city of Oeala Electric Current at Dunnellon at 1 1-2
cents per K. W- H. The City to construct a line
from Ocala to Dunnellon.
' OR ;
The Power Company will sell the city current de delivered
livered delivered to the switchboard of the city plant at; 2300
volts, at 2 cents per K. W. H. w
The City to enter into a ten y ear con tract .with
the Power Co. It being distinctly understood and
agreed upon, howevep, that the city is to have the
privilege of terminating the contract at the end of

two years by giving the Power Company thirty days
!" notice. ; '

As evidence of its faith in the above proposition
the Power Company suggests that the Light and
Water Committee of the City 'Council, and a com committee
mittee committee of three appointed by the' President of the
Board of Trade, acting jointly, select a competent
consulting engineer to pass on the merit of the prop proposition.
osition. proposition. Should the engineer advise pie city to re reject
ject reject both propositions, the Power Company agrees
to pay for the examination and report of the

AUSIil!! IEVE0SES CAUSE GtBOS TO ,1'E SSSiit E
HEAVY COLUf.inS TO RELIEVE THEm ALLIES

Petrograd, Jan. 2. The Galician
village of Mshonka and the town it itself
self itself with 3,000. men and ten guns
have been captured by the Russians.
The battle at this point continues to
rage with the Austrians delivering
furious 'counter attacks. So far these
have all been repulsed.
In the Bukowina region the Rus Russians
sians Russians have occupied Storonice and
Redauck, capturing many prisoners.
The Germans under General Mack Mack-enson
enson Mack-enson are. pressing southward from
Lcds and Lowiciz in an effort to re relieve
lieve relieve the A.ustrians in the Carpath Carpathians
ians Carpathians and northern Galicia, who are in
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The Russians are invading Hungary
from four different points.
RUSSIAN GAIN IS STEADY
. Petrograd, Jan. 2. Furious fight-,
ing with Turks around Sarikamsch
continues. The weather is bitter
C0ld..";- .'

LOCKED CASHIER IN THE BANK
; V VAULT AND CARRIED OFF
MUCH LOOT
Neelyville, Mo., Jan."; 2. Cashier
Walker of the Bank of Neelyville was
held up by a masket bandit this
morning and robbed of $4000. The
cashier was found locked in the
vault almost frozen.

MEDALS FOR MERIT

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AVill be Presented on the Battleship
Florida Nekt Wednesday
Washington, Jan 2. Plans for th,e
exercises on board the battleship
Florida Wednesday at New York
when Secretary Daniels will present
the heroes of the Vera Cruz occupa occupation
tion occupation with medals for meritorious con conduct
duct conduct were announced today by the
navy department.
Following the presentation of the
medals, the secretary, Mrs. f Daniels,
Rear Admiral Fletcher, commander
in chief of the Atlantic fleet, and his

'staff; Rear Admiral Blue, chief of the

j bureau of navigation, and the officers

of the fleet will attend a reception
given by the Seventh Regiment, New
York National Guard, at its armory
Wednesday night.

ATTACKS ; QN THE FORMIDABLE
WERE FROM BOTH FORE
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London, Jan. 2. That the British
battleship Formidable, sunk off Dev Devonshire
onshire Devonshire yesterday, ...was .attacked by
two German submarines, vas estab established
lished established today. The vessel was attack attacked
ed attacked off Dartmouth and torpedoed fore,
and aft. At least 71 out of the crew
of 750 Were rescued. It is. believed
that others -were also nicked up. The
"astsr .. tcck p'ace COO miles from
Zjfbrugge', from where the ; German
submarines are operating. The ad admiralty
miralty admiralty said today that 35 '.- officers
were drowned when the Formitlable
went down."

STRIVING TO OBTAIN
: PARDON FOR STRIPLING

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The Ocala House is now issuing
special meal tickets. 24-tf

Atlanta, Jan. 2. Gov. Slaton has
taken under advisement an Applica Application
tion Application for a pardon for Thomas Edrrar
Stripling, who 'was apprehended in
Virginia in .1911; and brought -back to
Georgia to serve a life sentence for
murder after he had escaped from
jail fourteen years before, while
awaiting transfer to the state prison
farm."-'' ;V;. -
Stripling was chief of police in
Danville, Va., under the name of R..
E. Morris, when. he was recognized by
a former acquaintance. He at one
admitted his identity and voluntarily
returned with the; authorities to this
state, Where he had been;-convicted
of shooting and killing Y. J. Cornctt
in Harris county.
Relatives and friends applied to
Joseph M. Brown, then governor c.f
Georgia, for clemency for the prison prisoner
er prisoner but it was refused. Recently var various
ious various petitions in Stripling's behalf
were presented to Gov. SLaton and a -hearing
was held today.
Certificates by physicians indicat indicated
ed indicated that the -'prisoner was in ilkheaiiji.
Testimony wras then --introduced tend tending,
ing, tending, to show that there were mitjgat-
ing circumstances connected". wiih: th
crime, it being ; alleged that 'Corr-tt.
was shot because he had im-'ulkd
Stripling's sister.

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It is our delight to measure a customer who knows what he wants and insists on getting it, as this is the time that the services of a real tailor is al olutel

necessary in order to give satisfaction. I do know the Tailoring business; I am an expert tailor and cutter, and that is the very reason that I guar'

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This may seem like a wild statement but all we ask is an opportunity. to prove what we say. Just for your own satisfaction, call and looka ovr goods, then go elsewhere and. compart ..hern ith a i:no
that costs you anywhere from 30 to 60 per cent more money. We are ready and .willing to stand by your decision after you hf ;'e mad the comparHou.lf you want any stronger proof than this thai ve
are selling you a suit for FIFTEEN DOLLAIIS that absolutely cannot be duplicated in the city for less than twenty, let us know what it Is, and we'M furnish it. You. cannot afford to, buy a suit or
overcoat before you have Inspected ur line of FTTEEX DOLLAR GOO fis' ?

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Tl-Hm EMdilUISIHI WOOLEM-' MlilLlL-S.

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to All
Editor Star: .Will you kindly say
through the Star, of which our

dear departed Mr. Bittmger

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the remainder .'of their lives and al-. FQ0LED THE

ways make them as comiortame ana .
happy as that big load of wood hast j
made me. Words cannot express the UNCL BILL OBJECTED TO FUR FUR-gratitude,
gratitude, FUR-gratitude, thankfulness and joy that j N1SHING HER lilEAL.
came over me as I gazed ypn the i

big box of substantial things sent by j
my sewing circle friends, also thsj

big basket from the Ivmg s uaugn uaugn-ters.
ters. uaugn-ters. ach containg luxuries as well

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'editor so long, (peace to his ashes) as necessities. This is the second ao-;

and the writer of this was the Spring nation irom tne circie, wnu. uij

Park corresnondent from the time it me such a surprise in coming to hold

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PINE OR OAK $2.50 A CORD

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
Jacksonville, Florida

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DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
"COMFORT FIRST'
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
A. F. WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.

began to shed its effulgent rays until

I came to Ocala to live about eleven
1 years ago,-and at which time I be be-j
j be-j came a member of the Methodist
! church and got acquainted with its
' good people here, who have always
ibeen very kind to me. As the time
I went by and the Sewing Circle organ organized
ized organized and we held our weekly meetings
at the home of the different members
! and partook of their hospitality, we
(seemed more like a big family of sis-

j ters, sure enough, instead of coming
Jfrom the east, west, north and south,

I been born and reared in the midst
of the latter place and had the U. D.
C. initials at the end of my name I
could riot be treated any better than
these dear warm hearted Southern
women treated me, and especially
since ray injury of last May which
left me comparatively, helpless as far
as getting about is concerned and a
great sufferer at times.
But thanks be to God I am some
better of my lameness, but am obliged
to use a .'crutch, .'"with the exception
of Christmas day when I went across
the street and partook of a fine tur turkey
key turkey dinner with friends, which was the
first time I had been outside my front
gate since the accident. I am sorry to

j say that the exertion was too much
I for me and I am so lame I can hard hardily
ily hardily get around the rooms, and am suf

fering a good: deal of pain. I have
lived three score years and ten and
have enjoyed the yuletide as it came
around, but this one excels them ail
and I have been made supremely

j happy from the surprises that have

come to me from all quarters. The
Methodist Sewing Circle, the Kings
Daughters, a cord of "four-foot wood"
from "some one" there was no card
attached to it, but whoever sent it
has my heartfelt thanks and as I sit
"toasting my shins" by the heat

thrown from the big pine knots and
my fett, encased in a beautiful pair

of felt slippers, the gift ot a .very

deaf sewing circle sister, a prayer
goes ujVto God to bless the givers

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their meeting with me and bringing
such an abundance of groceries, etc,
and refreshments to serve the big
crowd, of which a private acknowl acknowledgement
edgement acknowledgement was made. I would rather
be president of the King's Daughters

than of the United States of America,;

and may my dear, sweet, friend of
my prosperous days gone by, and her
sisters in this good cause, live to make
many families comfortable and as
happy as their gift to me. The Sun Sunday
day Sunday school class of which I am a mem member
ber member and Mrs. Washburn our belov beloved
ed beloved teacher, also gave me a surprise
by holding their monthly meeting

with me not so long ago, bringing
nice refreshments for all also some
of the silver medal contest children
of he W. C. T. U., to recite some of
their nice pieces to me, all of which

Uncle- Bill Joyce lives down In
southwestern Missouri on4, the edge of
the Ozark country. Hehas lived there
a great many, years, for he is an old
man now, and he is full of entertain entertaining
ing entertaining reminiscence of the ays when
that corner of the state was still al almost
most almost a wilderness.- Among the stories

he loves to tell the, opeb-mouthed j
children of a more sheltered genera- i
tion is this account of a lively adven-1
ture with the animal that all old j
frontiersmen used to call a "painter." j
Uncle Bill will begin: ; j

One day In tho summer of 1S57, I
shouldered my rifle and started for a
day's hunt. I was. bound for a small
prairie some five or sis miles from,
heme. After hunting for deer a spell
without seeing a sign, I turned, into
a small grove of walnut, oak and mul mulberry
berry mulberry to hunt for squirrels. I got a

good many of them during the morn-

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One of our patrons who has been saving
dollars by purchasing her GROGEHIES from
us since the inauguration of v special prices on
they should be called Economy Days' l)iing
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attractive to those-, who- would economize, so

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hear, it was so far away. It was a J jJfx"r: :--J
long, quavering cry that died away ; '1TTT - '
gradually. ut it came no nearer, 1 1 HhrZ-
and finally stopped altogether. i .?f r'N-'t'

were much enjoyed by me. Last, but: jng once or twice I stopped to listen
not least, are the Christmas gifts j to a queer noise that I could hardly

inm tvtr r?oov t-i o i rrV T-c onrl -frianf1c; i lioar 4f W!15 SO far aWaV. It WaS a

of all creeds, and from different j
parts of the Union, "but this thought-!
ful loving kindness has been going
on, from the date of my injury, and
kept up in all manners of ways, and
it is not over with even now as I
have had quail, ripe tomatoes,, a big
bunch of lettuce ad some sweet po potatoes
tatoes potatoes brought me since I began
writing this long message of thanks.
Some have been bringing big trays of
dinner and some dainty luxuries

others bouquets of flowers with words

of cheer, while the children, both boys
and girls, have brought fruit and flow

ers of their own free will, and also

those sent by their mamas, all com

ing to me with smiling faces showing

that it was a pleasure to them, as

well as to me. : When these dear

children have become men and women

may they live by the golden inile,
and the examples set for them in
their childhood by their Christian pa

rents have taken such root that their
teachings have not been in vain.

' My lines have, surely fallen in

nleasant places, and through thet

abundant love of my Heavenly Father
I have been drawn nearer to Him

I Drains
Channel',
Angles' mid
AH Shapes.
lit ilor Plato
J'aiik Steel,
Galvanicd,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets.
! Truss Hods,
Stay Bolts -Structural
Iron Work
Of All Kind
All 1 1 a id Wooils.
Uaifichcs,
Hol ies ana
Skilfs
Mailt to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
, To Order. .
Pumps for .all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Koad Work &t all
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When it came noon, I went to at
spring I knew of and ate the lunch :
that I had brought with me. Then I j
thought I would go on to the prairie i
and hunt for wild bee3 that was real- j

ly what I had in mind when I startea.
But I felt sleepy, and thought I would
take a nap first, and so 1 stretched
myself in a shady- place and fell
asleep.
I woke a little later to-find' myself
covered with leaves and small brush.

couldn't think what could have cov- ; Bnt Husband, Uil Ala Ct ve veered
ered veered me up, but I decided to find. out j
First I got a dead log about six feet j. JLliCCts Mar IJCilCranC2
long, laid it where I had slept, and ;

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than ever before. Afflictions tho they
seem severe in mercy oft are ent.
- They taught me many things I

knew not of in my days of health
and prosperity and given me some
of the .dearest friends upon the face

of the earth to help me bear this af

fliction. Now my dear friends one

and all, big and little, may God
bless you and prosper you in the

the coming year, but should affliction
and adversities overtake you may

you find such good friends to do for
you as; I have found, and your whole

trust in our dear, loving Heavenly

Father. "'. :

With love to all, I ani as ever your

thankful friend,
. Mrs. Clias. E. French.

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fail to look the list, over- each week

Prices for Id)sE3inniib2Jir- Sri&farid-tiiV

Pearl Soap, 8 bars for ..25c
Lava Soap, 8 bars for 25c
Pummo Soap, 7 bars for... 25c
Every Woman's White Borax
8 packages for. 25c
Gold Dust, per package 04c
Grandm's W aching Powder pk, 04c
Celluloid Starch, per pkg,..'.3j4c
Grape Nuts, per package -. 12c
r Post Toa sties, per package. 08c
Corn Flakes, per package 08c
Quaker Oats, per package 10c
Puffed Rice, per package lie

Puffed Wheat, per package -'.09c
Boneless Ham, per pound 35c
Breakfast Bacon, per pound 35c
Fresh Eggs, per dozen J- .36c
Lard Compound, per pound ..lCc
"Better Butter,' per pound. .40c
Linwood Creamery Butter. .40c
White Cherries, per can,. -28c
Red Raspberries, per can. ... 28c
Gooseberries, per can...- 28c
Muscat Grapes, per can -. 28c
Green Gage Plums, per can 22c
Squash, 3-lb cans -. 11c

We have reduced prices on Many other articles during these days. Ask us
about them if this list does not contain what you want.
Mi you are not taking advantage of these
pi jes, call us up on the phone and tell us why.
y&are anxious to serve you, and we take this
opportunity of assuring you that you can buy
as much (or more) for CASH here as you can
any where in Florida-

loaded, and then I hid in a clump of j tins place, says: sunerc- ivr
bushes some twenty or twenty-five wn pains in my left icc,t
yards away. After about twenty min cften almost smother to ucr..i.
utes I heard noise. I peered .out of j Medicines patched ms up for :
the bushes, and saw a large she-; bj:l llxn
panther corning through the trees, ; ? Kfrrwc

a by a quarter-gro-n cub. She i fct!:..1lt nic a boUie Snd j t: l:. :
round th- mound of leaves a td;j ir3 mora ocd than :.U i!:: :

cinci 1 had taken.

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circled

eounle of times: the cub followed

every action of its mother. After j j j, -lVC induced many cf r.

crouched as if for a spring. She '; 5eCn benefited by its tr:e. -Ti.jre v.. :r

rrniirhpd lower and lower, and kept hns heen. and never will b j, .:i 4r?v,:

drawing her feet closer together. She j to compare with Cnrdui. 1 :":n
kept her eyes fastened on the mound 3 good medicine tcr ad v;c:... iy
of leaver all the time, and swayed her DI , t

tail from side to side with a slow, I l or over hO year:, nru.u r... .v. .v.-regular
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DEAFNESS-CANNOT BE CURED

By local applications, as they canno

reach the diseased portion of the ear

There is only one way to cure deaf-

ness, and that is oy institutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed. condition of the mucous lin lining.,
ing., lining., of trfe austachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a mimbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness
is the result,- and unless this tube be

restored to its normal condition,'
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one hundred dol dollars
lars dollars for any case of deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
HalFs Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars,
culars, circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by druggists, 75c. 'Toledo O.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv

When -she had gathered her feet as

close together as she could, she
sprang for the pile of leaves. She
landed In the very middle of -the pile,
and gave several long, wicked rakes
with her hind feet. Then she began
to smell and scratch in De leaves. It
didn't take her long to find out that

there was nothing but "an eld Ids;
there, and she stopped scratching and
began to look about. I thought that
now was the timo to settle matters.
I was a little -her left and behind
her; I caught a sight just at the base j
of her ear, and fired. She gave one,
leap and a shrill scream, and then
lay still.
After making sure that she was.
dead, I looked for the cub. It was
sitting near by on the side of a lean-
ing; tree, spitting end snarling angrily, j

I soon put an end to that with a n:.e
ball. I never "knew a man so wc-U 4

She probably took me for dead, and j
covered me to keep ether animals j
from finding me while she wen after! rTT 7"

her cub. Youths Companion. r. d T :

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-should surely hep cu, r;
illlion others.
Get a fccttlc cf Cardui to-day.

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Pulsations of the Blood.
A grown-up person has ordinarily
twenty-eight pounds of blood, and at
each pulsation of th heart ten ounces
are sent through the arteries and
reins. The pulsations average 120 per
minute in infancy, SO in manhood and
60 4 in old age, and are rather more
rapid in women than in men.

Never n Doubt.
"Doe3 your wife ever doubt what
you say when you get home late?"
asked the Wise Guy. "Jfever," replied
the Grouch. "She knows I am lying.'

That Settled It.

Mrs. Charles H. Anthony of Sfiin-

cle, whose beautiful wardrobe, de

signed by herself, impressed Paris

before the outbreak of the war, said

to a New York reporter the other

day:

"Now Is the time to introduce mod modest,
est, modest, home-made fashions for the fall

and winter. The European lasaicn

market is idle now. Let the Ameri American
can American designer, then, get to work.
"American women will, welcome
modest fashions, for few of them are
as perverse as the American woman
I heard about in Paris.
"A friend said at a ball to this
woman's husband:
'"How the men are flocking round
your wife!. I thought jovl said you'd
never let her wear one of those shock shocking
ing shocking evening gowns without shoulder shoulder-straps?'
straps?' shoulder-straps?' "'I know the other man answered,
'but she happened to hear me say it
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Since the foolish part of mankind

will make wars, from time to time,

with each other, not having sense

enough otherwise to settle their 'dif 'differences,
ferences, 'differences, it certainly becomes the
wiser part, who cannot prevent these
wars, to alleviate as much as possible
the calamities attending them. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Franklin.
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The Zuyder Zee, or Southern sea,
was formerly a lake surrounded by

fens and marshes, its present extent
being chiefly the rebult of flocd3 which
occurred in the thirteenth cent -ry. Its
area is about two thousand square
miles and the average depth from' ten
to nineteen feet. It has always been
the work of the Hollanders to recover
as much as possible of the land lost to
them in this manner in past ages, and
in the literal sense they can be said
to have made half their country, hav hav-liiif
liiif hav-liiif reclaimed over one million acres
fm sea, la ho and ri?er nines the six six-'
' six-' u;nt a century.

Two and a half million i ..if'
absorbing interest. Evcr-t
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We have been highly gratified by the interest
the public has taken in our, Christmas Club.
Applications for membership continue to come
in, but after this week we shall be obliged to close
the entries.
We urgently advise all those who would like to
be in this club to attend to the matter at once.
" There are no formalities and no charges to join.
If you can't get away to attend to it yourself, have
a friend stop in for you.
Easy weekly payments and then a check from
us at Holiday Time, made bigger by interest.

LETTER FDOtl LIGHT

mules to feed all of the last 6 months

than in part of the first 6 months.
The monthly reports of the superin-

j tendent states what it costs to feed

convicts and mules per head per day.

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Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House

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The only Hotel on the Square

BOOM AND BATH I'OB A HOLLA! AN! A HALF

County commissioners and tax pay

ers, take a look at these two show qosis 0f Work in cents per lineal foot
ups. in each district as prepared.
The one is taken from the report of Here is a show up of work done
the county commissioners and clerk Qn building hard roads and costs
of the court as published in the "Ocala thereof etc., in each district for 8
Star," of Oct. 30, 1914. months beginning February 1st.
The other is the statement prepared District No. 1 built 3218 lineal feet,
by our road superintendent, for twelve COst $232.40
months from October to October, District No. 2 built 21,796 lineal

showing the work of the county eom-feet, cost $2,913.65.
missioners, through the superintend- j District No. 3 built 27,367

ent on our roads etc. feet, cost $3,014.98
Here is the first show up. j District No. 4 graded 17 miles.
The published report says that the( bujlt 4 miles clay road, cost $2,-

total outstanding warrants (county ; 055.
indebtedness) June 30, 1914 was j District No. 5 built 19,329 lineal
$169,061.23. The report also .shows feet cost $2,081.29.
that the outstanding warrants of each Total, 4 miles clayed, 17 miles
fund was but $158,385.17, according' graded, 71,714 feet (nearly 14 miles)
to my figuring. j new road built at a cost of $10,-
The county indebtedness July 3,? 0972.
1911 was $107,000. The tax payers j Repairing roads etc., costs more
have paid in 1912 and 1913 over $40,-j than building new ones. 'It is costing
000 to cancel part of this debt. In- j less than $600.00 per mile to build
stead of decreasing it, it has increase hard roads under the present sys sys-ed
ed sys-ed more than $50,000 in three years, j tern.
What is the true indebtedness of j it cost more than double this

the county ? I

Again the report says that the to- 0f work.

tal treasurer's balance June 30,. 1914, The total road cost 1912 was $63,-

was $13,318.52. The report giving 969.10.

the treasurer's balance m each fund; .The total road cost for 8 months
and these additions amount to ,$7,- beginning in February, including in-

902.62. !terest etc., was $26,791.73.

This shows that there is $5,505 92 in 1912 it cost us $5,300 per month,
less in the treasurer's balance of .each;. In 1914 it cost us $3,000 per month.

fund than the total report calls for.' it is costing us $2,000 per month,

What is the true report of the less than in 1912.

treasurer's balance at that date? it is costing $25,000 a year less
Again it says in the value of county than in 1912. v" V
property that the old and new jail We are getting more miles of road
amounts to $67,000 while the school built and roads repaired than in
house amounts to $59,560. ; 1912.
It says that the jails are of more This is a good show' up.
value than the school property of By comparing the work under the
the county. system and superintendent's" over-
; ,When: the chairman of the school sight we are getting the same amount

board and the school superintend- of work done for, .less that?? hall-of
ent's attention was called to this, the what it cost under the old system,
school superintendent said the value1 Under the present system adapted
of school property is worth $200,000 by the board of commissioners and
in the county. j oversight of the superintendent we

They fail to mention as -of value are getting more value for the money
the hard roads of the county. being spent than ever before.
This shows one of two things; either! The county commissioners are get get-the
the get-the records of the county are in bad t ting the road business down to such
shape or the county commissioner's; perfection that I must, commend
and clerks are very careless about them for their work and hope the

Burbarik, Jan. 1. -Dr. G. T. Hard Harding
ing Harding Jr. and family, of Columbus,
Ohio, have arrived in Burbank and
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, who are delighted to see them.
Miss Helen Hubbard, of Palatka,
spent Christmas with the home folks.
Mr. L. D. Graham, of Atoka, Okla.,
arrived Sunday to pay a visit to his
brother, M. D. L. Graham. Mr. Gra Graham
ham Graham expected to arrive in Burbank
Christmas morning but was delayed

on his trip and could not get here to

eat his Christmas dinner with his
brother, nevertheless Mr. L. D. Gra-
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ham is delighted with Florida and

Burbank, despite the bad weather we

are having at present. He is much

impressed with his brother's fine
grove and we have hopes that he will
locate with us.
Miss Mildred Parker, of Ocala,
spent a few days in Burbank, the
guest of friends.
Mr. D. Workman left for Ocala on
Wednesday to enter the Marion
County Hospital to undergo an oper operation.
ation. operation. Mr. Workman has been with
us for some time and we sincerely
hope that in a few .days he will be
back with his4 health fully restor-

Dr. G. T. Harding left Sunday for
Orlando and returned Tuesday. This

is Dr. Harding's second trip to Flor

ida and he assures us it will not be

his last. He has already started an

orange and grape fruit grove east
of town and his visit to Orlando was
for the purpose, of inspecting some of

the fine groves of that vicinity.

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Miss Madge SeaftJ-tli vr.: i-i"" ;
the piano In the parlor of her fathcr'. fathcr'.-house
house fathcr'.-house when all at once there cmn r r-jangle.
jangle. r-jangle. If one is playing '"The 01.1
Folks at Homo" and absently van-!

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Quality or Price
JXVESJGATE.

making reports.

To the incoming Commissioners and changes.

school .board if you do not find out Again I saT when 've are in the
the exact indebtedness of the county wrong, let us get right. -When wi
and the amount of treasurer's bal-1 are right let us stay right,
ance you will, in all likelihood; get Tax payers, which show up do you

yourselves into trouble.

Get straight.
Keep straight.
Here is another show up.
Tt is & summing up of
lendent. of roads.
The total road, expenses
months beginning Octo October,
ber, October, 191, was ........
The expense for; six
months beginning April
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suparm suparm-for.'
for.' suparm-for.' six

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Doodle," there's going to be

And then you suddenly -remcmoer

that, you borrowed Bessie Walter's

dream-book a day or two ago, and!

solemnly promised her that if the-

reading of it caused you to dream ycuj

would faithfully relate that dream to

the lender of the book without nance-
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,'. Well,-Miss Madge had 'read the book1,
from cover to cover. Much of its con contents
tents contents had made her gasp and shiver..
She had dreamed of being chased by
Enakes, wolves, brigands and renawar
locomotives. t
They had run her through swamps
thickets and meadows; they had run.
her, up hill and da-rcn; they ran her
through streets and alleys.
At last, after the chaso had con continued
tinued continued lor miles and the peer irl
bad Just jumped a fence nine feet
high, without her French heels .touch .touching
ing .touching a splinter, sha ca tight tho lower ;
limb of a tree and clambered up to
safety. Sho went to the telephone to
relate the dream in full. Miss' Macrje
settled herself for a cosy ch.t when
the answer came back from the cen central
tral central of3ce:.-
"Can't do it; the lines are cross sd"
"Vv hat's the matter vAth the-line?'
"It's never in order!"
"And I wanted to talk to Wall
street'"
"You man with the big bull voice,
shut up!"
-Mi$s Madge found herself interest interested.
ed. interested. There was one firm, clear voice
that dominated the rest, though it. was
lost In the shuIHe now and then. Tho
girl caught these words:

"At least ten thousand. About two
o'clock. The corner of Willow and
Stark streets. Don't ctrike to kill,.

Then
way.

but to stun, Yes, two of them,
unr.tairs and down the back

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What was .the meaning, of there
words! Here was, something, different
from a dream. It was a mystery. "I
am going to be there and see-it," shti
mused.
At that afternoon an auto with.
'Miss Madge Scaforth seated in the
tonneau was at the corner of Willow
and Stark streets. Three men were
leaning against a wall.
From down Stark street came two

of tho

carried a

"Chamberlain's Tablets arc just

fine for stornach trouble' writes Mrs.
G. C. Oiinn. Arnold. Pa. "I wan '"hoth-

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FroTinetors.

ACCUIIACY SECURITY

Marion Coonfy'yAlJSfraef;- Company
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It cost the

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District No.
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District l
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first six

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iered -with this complaint for

time and frequently had bilious" at-
tacks. Chamberlain's Tablets afforded

me great relief from the first, and
since taking one bottle'of them I feel
like a different person." For sale by
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11,879.70
12,879.70
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District No.

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The above shows the taxpayer
where the road money has been spent
in the last 12 months.
Here is how the1 money has been
distributed:
Interest bilf, $6,642.57, or 14 of
the whole! ''
Equipment bill, ; $5,155.15, -or 11
of the whole.
-Foreman bill, $5,198.68, or 11 of
the whole.
Labor bill, $11,002.67, or 23 of
the whole.
Feed bill, $5,994.88, or 12 of the
whole. ' -'

COUNTRY iEOPIK
WELCOME AT THE I,IRRAR

Miss Louise Gamsby, the nbrariaa
in charge of the library, which no
has it3 quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know, that they
are welcome to come to the librarv
at any time and read the boousV Also
that there are a argef number -'of
magazines there to b gtven out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have heen v given4 by dl ff cren t pe rson s
who have finished with them.

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readers each and every

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Here is the difference in expen
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Foreman six months

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Foreman; six months be beginning
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BILIOUSNESS AND
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CURED

If you are' ever troubles with bil biliousness
iousness biliousness or constipation you will be
interested in the statement of R. F.
Erwin, Pei-u, Ind. "A year ago last
winter I had an attack of indigestion
followed by biliousness and constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so
highly recommended, I bought a bot bottle
tle bottle of them and they helped me right
awlay." For sale by all dealers, adv
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

3,193.30

2,005.35

Saving in foreman ....
Labor six months be beginning
ginning beginning Oct. 1, 1913. . .

J Labor six months be

ginning April 1, 1914....
Saving labor bill
Feed six months be beginning
ginning beginning Oct. 1, 1913
Feed six months begin beginning
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Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cort
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any hour. Adv. tf

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McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
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2,464.76

$6,073.15
$2,889.45
3,105.43

Excess feed ..in 6 mo. ... $ 215.98

There was $1,800 worth more of

"When 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 other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick

ly. I am never without it in the
house for I know it is a positive cure

for croup, writes Mrs. W. II. Mi

Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all

dealers. Ad'

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Whitney, the expert at the Persian,
107 Oklawaha avenue, just one trial
and be convinced of her merit as a
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-, A moment more and things begun
to happen. The three loungers at at-taekrd
taekrd at-taekrd the two men with the baz.
There were shouts and blows and
icuHlin. Th chauffeur lecped to' the
walk and ran avay. MiiS rIade
opened the door cf the irhiclo and
stood Ecreaminc:. She hardly rcalizc-d
it vh.?n one cl tlie men thrcvv tne has
at hzr feet.
"Save it from the thugs if you can!"
And then the girl found hernU it
the wheel and speeding avay. ftrai,ht
home, a mile "away, and the ha'; v:i;i v:i;i-carried
carried v:i;i-carried into the house. It was then
that Miss Madge had a At of hysteria,
: The evening papers had a sensation,
and. as -Miss Madge read, the scare scare-heads,
heads, scare-heads, she 'was as white as a fchtet.
"The .boldest holdup for years!"
"Planned by a handsorno girl!"
"She waits in an auto and driven
off with the $s;000 that was to pay
the hands in a factory!"
"The robbers arrested, but they
won't talk!"

"Their victims seriously injured In
their plucky fight!"
"Who is the handsome queen cf the the-robber
robber the-robber gang?"
No police and no reporters until
Mr. Scaforth arrived home and tele telephoned
phoned telephoned them, A few explanations and:
all was made clear.
Nine detectives and 21' reporters
called at the Seaforth residence for in interviews.
terviews. interviews. The factory men called..
'Strangers ir the city called and aid
it was a bully thing to do. Seventeen Seventeen-photographers
photographers Seventeen-photographers wanted sittings, end

felt ill-used when they did not secure
them.
Among the last callers was Stephen
Adair, cne of the robbers' victims. Ila
it wa3 who threw the bait into tho
auto- and shouted to the girl to drive
off, and he had been made a hero of.
He still wore a plaster or two over
his ourts. but it is always proper for
a hero to want to call on a heroine.
:: And there was opportunity for ad ad-miratfon
miratfon ad-miratfon to grow into love, and it
grew.

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In semi-arid regions natives supply
themselves iwith cool water through
the use of rous earthen urns which
are placed ; re' they can be exposed
to the aetidof the breezes; at the

j same time the urns are protected from

the sun's rays, being placed in a local locality
ity locality where there Is shade. The mo!?
ture in the urn penetrating through
the jar to the surface accumulates

on the outside and is evaporated rap-

idly by the action of the hot winds,

same principle may be utilized by hav having
ing having concrete tanks' "or receptacles for
water whsre.ice cannot conveniently
be procured. Ordinary cc-.ieretc la
porous and because of this t -rf in

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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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tor of the Manufacturers' Record.
Mr. Edmonds spent last winter in
Florida, and Florida seems to have
soaked into his soul. He hasn't a

dreamy soul, either, but one abound- j
ing in solid good sense. He sets forth ;
the advantages of the state in the

sXTaigni-ioTVfara language ot a. prac- a
tical man. Its a high tribute to thejj

like Edmonds can be induced to write
about it as he does. The Star intends
to use many extracts from his book

let in the near future. It is proper

to say that the East Coast railway

helps the good cause along in print

ing and distributing this booklet;
also, that the booklet is a Florida
product, being neatly and artistically
printed by the Record company of St.
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Remember the war sufferers in
Europe, and never forget the needy
at home.

. The greatest obstacle in the way of

n holy war is that Musselmen are al-i

most ras badly split up as Christians.

Its easy 'to criticise the peace-lev-'
ing administration at Washington,
out it is a darn site easier to enjoy
the peace.'

The. Star has not yet received any
claim for the prize for the first 1915
baby, but is is expecting a wireless
from 'the stork at any minute.

three or four converted cruisers,
still skim the seas. Not many, but
enough to, pay for themselves several
times over in British and French
merchantships. (

A bank prospers when the people prosper. Neither is independent of
the other. For our mutual .good we extend reetins and wish for our custom custom-ers
ers custom-ers a Prosperous New Year.

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The Tampa Tribune was twenty twenty-one
one twenty-one years old on the first of Janu January,
ary, January, and it certainly is full grown
and 'arrived at years of discretion.

The Star highly esteems its side side-partner,
partner, side-partner, the 'Lakeland Telegram. We
both make mistakes, but we try not
to misrepresent other folks.

The crew of the French submarine
which torpedoed the 20,000 ton Aus Austrian
trian Austrian battleship in the harbor of Pola
the other day, -also deserves a place
in the gallery, of fame.

The men in the trenches cf France
and Belgium and on the snow-covered
fields of Poland and Galicia are not
suffering as much as some of t the
women and children at home.

NEW ; YEAR RESOLUTIONS
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' The Star did not have time to dope

out a set of New Year resolutions
for Ocala, but we find a bunch in the

Tampa Times that; with a little local localizing,
izing, localizing, will suit our section exactly.
Here they are:
All loyal Ocalans should resolve:
,.To buy at home.
To attend church.
To tune up the piano. ;
To advertise in the Star..
To shove old Nick to the rear.
To press for Ocala's prosperity.
. To boost the Clarion County Fair.
To keep not more than one cat.
To smoke only Ocala-made. cigars.
To cease useless discussion of pol politics.
itics. politics. To preach prosperity and sane lwv

ing.

If GovernorJTrammell keeps up his
"present gait he will. take almost as
"many men out of public office ,4as
Blcase took out of the penitentiary.
So long as both have reason, the Star
has no kick coming.

President Wilson is a very accom accommodating
modating accommodating man. He arose from his
bed at 3 o'clock Friday morning to
touch a button, which act of his sent
an electric flash across the continent
to open the exposition at San Diego,
'Calif.' He paid almost as much atten attention
tion attention to San Diego as some young
"daddies do to -their babies.

The Star hopes its friend Straub
down at St, Petersburg isn't vexed
with it. Straub is a fine man and
a brave, outspoken journalist. Where
we' differ with him once, we agree
with him ten. times.

.. Von Hindenburg is? a German
Grant. He will fight it out on that
line if it takes all winter and a mil million
lion million men. It looks like it will take
both. '

To run the stray "knockers" out of
town. ; i
To eat just enough and to drink
even less.
To aid the King's Daughters in
their work.
To maintain canless and weedless
back alleys.
To discuss the war but little, and
then sanely,
'To read, the Star each day, and
keep posted. ,
To put in xi year of unremitting
toil for Ocala;
To. incur no needless debts, and to
pay old bills. i
To keep the garbage can covered
each day, and nighL
To caution Nellie not to practice
voice culture after 9 p, m.

To muzzle your dog,' in accordance
with the city ordinance.
To maintain nice lawns, flower
gardens and plant shade trees.
To pray for fewer new laws from
the incoming legislature. 1
To do what you can to bring .new
industries to Ocala and new settlers
to central Florida.
To imitate Gilchrist's three mon monkeys
keys monkeys and speak no evil,-.hear no evil,
think no evil.
To support the Marion County
Board of Trade and every : other
agency, that works for the good of
our city and section.

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GENERAL HENRY W LONG

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i By picking cut one particular kind
of accident or crime as reported in
the press dispatches, the Star, could
easily prove that it was the most un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate or most criminal of all. Un Unfortunately
fortunately Unfortunately (or fortunately) the Star
can't help looking at matters from a
world-wide standpoint. '

The H. B. Masters Company sends
the Star a neat little calendar, which
emphasizes the fact that "Pittsburg
Perfect Fencing," which that relia reliable
ble reliable firm sells, is horse-high, bull bull-strong
strong bull-strong and pig-tight. The writer
'could have appreciated that sort, of
fence forty years ago, when he was
helping to try to protect crops from
stock with rails.

There comes from Paris a : well au authenticated
thenticated authenticated story that Jack Johnson,

the negro pugilist, relieved the neces

sities of a number of white Ameri

cans last year and sent them home.
As the Star has aforesaid, there are
quite a few white p'ple who are

meaner than Jack. LI r.
Napoleon had it on the Germans

He left Paris, whipped the Russians,

was whipped by them and was back

in Paris in six months. The Ger

mans have been hammering the 'Rus 'Russians
sians 'Russians for five months and haven't

reachcd Warsaw yet. It looks like
the bad nlace will freeze before

they reach Moscow.?

Copper is contraband of war, and
copper is responsible f or a good deal
of the trouble caused by British and
French cruisers searching American
ships. Several thousand tons of the
metal which have been held up were

shipped to Holland or Norway, and
as.' neither of the countries have any
use for a tenth of the amount, it was
obviously intended for. the Germans.
We1 can't blaine the British for hold holding
ing holding it up we would do : the same
thing ourselves if we would. The sen sensible
sible sensible thing for Americans to do is tto
avoid shipping such goods to Ger Germany
many Germany any Austria. WTien the time
comes that they can't obtain sup supplies,
plies, supplies, they will have to quit fighting,
the war will stop and the United
States and all the rest of the world
will be the gainer. ""

' Many hearts all over Florida will
be saddened to learn of the death of
the above-named ex-soldier and
statesman and good old citizen, who

passed away at his home near Martel

at 4 o'clock this morning; ;

General Long has lived among u

so many .years and his lif e vhas bee

such an open book that thereis littl

left to tell f of him. , '-W.'V:

Mr. Long was born in Winnsboro,

S. C, February ,3, 831. He came to
Florida arid Marion county 59 years
ago. Mr.' Long was married twice.
In 1891 he was married to Mis3 Mittie
Gregory, at Quincy Fla., who sur survives
vives survives him. He was a Royal Arch
Mason and a past grand master of
the Masonic Grand, Lodge of Florida.
His fellow citizens often honored
him with pflice and he held many pub public
lic public positions up to the time he retired
from the board of county commission

ers in 190G. He was particularly
concerned in the; good roads, move movement
ment movement in Marion county and in the
building of our new courthouse, v. ;
' He was a gallant Confederate sol soldier
dier soldier and won the rank of captain in
Fincgan's Florida "brigade. His broth brother
er brother veterans honored him a few years
ago with the command for a year of
the Florida division U. C. V.

General Long was a life-long Meth Methodist,
odist, Methodist, and one of the pillars of the St.
Johns church at Cotton Plant, where
he has made his home for half a cen century.
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The funeral will be held tomorraw
afternoon at 2 o'clock from St Johns
church at Cotton Plant. The services
will be in charge of the Masons.

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"ACCURACY" IS THE FIRST QUALITY THE
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Sccessf ujJLaunchedFrKaysi j

AXhe launching qf the handsome andiN A "TJ

Lrntnmniliftiifi nnKfpnffr boat Silver

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OUR ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET THE

ON TIME. GIVE YOUR LITTLE BOY Oil GI

WATCH. NO PRESENT CAN' PLEASE THEM SO
DONT YOU REMEMBER HOW PROUD YOU WERE
FIRST WATCH? WE HAVE MANY MODELS "inc:,

SOLD FOR LITTLE MONEY, -WILL KEEP THE RIGHT TiME

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NOTICE TO SONS OF
CONFEDERATE VETERANS

Another way : to keep money at
home will be for Florida people who
intend to go to Mardis Gras to attend
the ; Gasparilla celebration at Tampa
instead. t It will be "just as good,"
and cost much less.

The funeral of General Henry W.
Long will be held at St. Johns church
at Cotton Plant, Sunday "afternoon at
2 o'clock. Members of John M. Mar Martin
tin Martin Camp, S. C. V., are requested to
be present. W; W. Harriss, Comdt.
W. T. Gary, Adjutant.

The Times-Union and the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent are debating
about thev temperature of hell. If they
will read the narrative of one Mr.
Dante who was, so far as is known,
the only gentleman to return from a
tour of hell, they will find that a per person
son person can pick out in that extensive
suburb any degree of misery that he
may prefer.

Germany hasone big battle cruiser,
the Von der Tann, which ran the
North Sea blockade, at large. She is
a swift and powerful vessel, carry carrying
ing carrying eight 11-inch guns. The Karls Karlsruhe
ruhe Karlsruhe and the Bremen two small
cruisers of the Emden class and

Judging by the way some of his
former supporters are attacking
Mayor Swearingen of Jacksonville,
he didn't prove a tractable tool.

NOTICE TO MASONS
All members of Marion-Dunn
Lodge, the R. A. M. and O. E. S. are
requested to meet at the .hall tomor

row at 12 o'clock for the purpose of
attending the funeral of Gen. Henry

M. Long, deceased.

The Star has received from the
Land and Industrial" Department of
the Florida East Coast Railway a
handsome booklet, entitled "The Call
of Florida." The subject matter was
written by Richard H. Edmonds, edi-

The Star has .received from ex ex-Governor
Governor ex-Governor Gilchrist a Christmas card

and the following letter:

"Editor Star: I certainly appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your publishing that article for
me, in relation to the hospital for in indigent
digent indigent cripples. Thanks, too, for
sending me a copy of the paper.
"Best wishes.
"Albert W. Gilchrist."
The solid and sensible South Flor Florida
ida Florida "statesman can always have the
$tars help in any good work, and
most of his works are good.

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ver Springs Friday was a most suc successful
cessful successful event and one largely attend attended."::'
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many ; before the launching, and
while the preparations were being
made the entire crowd admired and
commented on the beauty of the ves vessel,
sel, vessel, comparing it with other boats that
were seen in larger places. Tho the
wind blew cold, all waited patiently
for the launching, which was delayed
a little on account of some difficulty
in clearing the way at the" edge of the
water. Messrs. Carl Mason, Jim
Duffy and Madden did the work of
removing obstructions and ran the
risk of a du'eking in the cold waters,
receiving words of advice and en encouragement
couragement encouragement from the crowd; and
also helped in pulling on the rope to
remove a stake snear the water's edge.
At 4 o'clock the boat glided grace gracefully
fully gracefully down the ways, dipped into the
water and rode the waves for a few
minutes," and then floated easily and

gracefully, straight and trim, making
a pretty picture Writh her sister, ves

sel, "The City of Ocala," lying to the
right and the "G. A. Carmichael" to
the left three handsome boats that
Ocala and. Silver Springs might well
be proud of. A:A
On the "City of Silver Springs"
were :Mr. and Mrsl Ed. Carmichael,
their little niece, Miss Jeanette Plum-

mer, of Anthony, Mrs. Weller Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael and little daughter, Virginia,
Miss Georgia Mulhall; Mr R. L.
Adams, Mr. C. L. Anderson, Mr. F.
E. Harris and Secretary Rooney.
Little : Miss Virginia Carmichael
broke the bottle of wine on the bow,
and; won the applause of the crowd,
the dainty miss being the center of
attraction. Short but appropriate ad addresses
dresses addresses were made by Mr. Harris and
Mr. Rooney, responded to by. Mr.
Anderson.
The freight boat, the G. A. Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, is about ready for service. She
is a fine looking vessel and with the
City of Ocala, which has been en enlarged
larged enlarged and overhauled and the new
City of Silver Springs, the Silver
Springs Company has a trio of boats
that it might well be proud of, and

the generous public spirit shown by
Mr. Ed Carmichael should be com commended
mended commended not only by the people of
Ocala but by the entire county.

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j Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Build-ings,
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:: ,. '.Pavinpr.; Sewerage .'Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P Ocala, Florida

and general manager of the Silver j the best county of Florida. Agik
SDrincs Transportation Company, for i say, ladies and gentlemen, in I

Music, Victrolas and music supplies
at The Murray Company. 31-3t

Good Advice from Rooney
The, following remarks from Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Rooney are quite appropriate at
this time:
"Ladies and Gentlemen: This is
indeed an auspicious occasion a won wonderful
derful wonderful epoch in the history of Ocala
-and I esteem it an honor to repre represent
sent represent and present to you the thanks
of Mr. Ed Carmichael, vice president

will have th

the most pro?pecu3 city thnt C:
sun has ever shone upon'

your assembling here today, so fitting
for the launching of, the splendid
yacht, the 'City of Silver Springs,' on
the beginning of the new year of
1915, which means so much to the
people of Ocala. But I wish to call

your attention to the freight boat iy- Georgia, but the city
ing over there at her moorings, which j licenses open saloons

means more for the prosperity and j ?1Coo a year. There must be a rpi;
welfare of Ocala and her interests"! eS3 j0t cf law enforcers in Gcer(:
than even this present occasion. 1 1

of Sir.;. Carmichael, I thank you, i.

if you all -will stand behind hltr

,: Prohibition is the

state lav.
of A.u:
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ask each and all of you to stand be behind
hind behind Mr. Carmichael, "give him your
support and cooperation, and soon
we will see another freight boat of
even greater carrying capacity
launched from these same ways to
haul the freights of our city, which
will forever settle the greatest prob problem
lem problem now confronting us freight
rates. Let us follow the example of
California, and all go away from here
boosters for the best: inland city in

NOTICE
The regular annual meet

stockholders cf the I-Iarion ILndv
Company will be held, in their c.
Ocala, Fla.,;n January 12th, 101 r.
the transaction cf tvizh b'r.:-: .:
shall "ccmc before tlia mc.,.iir,;
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C. E. Nelson, Secretary. ..

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2915

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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 100

Marion, County Fan Hellenic Society
Enjoy Banquet
The members of the Marion County
?fji Hellenic Society, the only organ organization
ization organization of its kind in the state, en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed their second annual banquet
last night ;at the Harrington Hall
hotel.
Thp society had the exclusive right
of the dining room and the long

banquet table on which covers were

laid for the thirty members had fo
its. dec6rations small pottted fernf,

. i. x At. :Uee ftrMrTand Mrs.. G. M. Brown of An
contrast to the snowy whiteness, oil ..

Watermann for six weeks. Mr. and
Mrs. Mallory Liddon, who were
Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Waterman, are at Florence Villa,
where they will visit friends before
returning to Jacksonville.
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yi'his aftrftoon at 2:30 Mr. Hans'
Hoffmann ana Miss Pearl Brown ar-

rived from AntjtMmyand were quietly

married at the home of Mrs. Ed. Car-

michael, Rev. N. B. Plummer officiat-i week.

ing. rMTis Brown TsHffiellallghte'r-'of

the table linens. The banquet was
served at six -o'clock and? the menu
was as follows:.
Grapefruit Cocktail

. Oysters on the Half Shell
Celery -Olives
Tomato Bouillon in Cup
Cutlets of Bass, Tartar -.
; Long Branch Potatoes
jV; Small Tenderloin, Mushrooms;,
-Slashed Potatoes Green Peas
: Lettuce" and Tomato Salad
.'Ice Cream Cake
Roquefort Cheese
Coffee -. ;
Rev. Bunyan Stevens was toast toast-Tr.aster
Tr.aster toast-Tr.aster and gave a very, splendid

talk on the Pan Hellenic Society, and

fraternities. Tosats were given by

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charming little party last evening en entertaining
tertaining entertaining the members of their
neighborhood auction club and sev several
eral several young ladies in honor of Miss
Hazel Brand, a popular visitor.
There were five tables of players and
at the conclusion of the games dainty
refreshments were served and a de delightful
lightful delightful musical program enjoyed.

Miss Ha ttie Smith, who was in the
dry goods department, of Rheinauer
& Co. two years ago, is in Ocala for
a week-end visit en route to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville from a visit to relatives at Wil Wil-liston.
liston. Wil-liston. She is stopping with Mrs. J.
H. McClymonds. j

r Miss Blanche Whaley will return
tomorrow from Gainesville, where

she has been visiting friends for a

thony and Mr. Hoffmann holds a re

sponsible position with the Florida
Military Academy at Jacksonville.
The bride was modestly attired in

dark green silk with a. black hat and
looked 3weet and., charming.: Mr. J.
J.. Weaver of Demorest, Ga. Miss
Marguerite Plummer, Mr. George
Brown the bride's brother, Mr. E. De De-Camp,
Camp, De-Camp, Mrs'. Carmichael and Mrs. Mae
Bingham witnessed the ceremony
Mrs. Carmichael took the bride and
groom to Anthony this afternoon,
where they will spend Sunday and
Monday, and then leave for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to make their home.
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S&tl onjiJLJSan1iJKgyA--Dined---:

President John L. Edwards of the

essrs. T. 'T. Munroe, M. J. Rocss0cala National Bank and Mrs. Ed Ed-..
.. Ed-.. P. Wilson and Edward Anderson' wards entertained st a lovely : six
:eir impromptu talks adding grea 'clock New Year &T Iast evening

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only a pledged frat man and spol!0 Herbert and South Fourth streets, Jesus j Have Called You Friends."

Miss Lois Ellis, who has been visit visiting
ing visiting her mother, Mrs. G. C. Looney
during the holidays, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Atlanta to resume her duties
Monday as teacher in the Grant Park
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' Mrs. S. A. Rawls and children, af after
ter after a pleasant visit to Mr; and Mrs.

C. W Hunter, have returned to: Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. m
Misses Beulah Hall and Ethel Har Har-rell
rell Har-rell left last night for Atlanta to visit
college mates for two days before re returning
turning returning to Brenau to resume their
studies on the fifth.

CQFIRTIECTIIRJ99 ;
The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi business
ness business a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors.

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Resources Over Half A Million
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.

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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

East Broadway Church
(Roy,B. Bowers, Minister)

9:45 a. m. Sunday schoolt

11 a. m.-Sermon. "Our : Friend

All

: Don-f Coy -Tires-Until it :Is-Necessary

Tires are Repaired and Guaranteed by Me

. .' (Personally This is Not Hot Air

F I-VfcE YEA R S E .X F E R I E N C
"THE TIRE MAN"

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Next to Express Office N. Main St. Ocala, Florida.

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Attending: tne nanquet were tne- .x,,---. p--r
followng who compose the society A white and green cqlornote was
which represents a number of the f artistically. developed in the -appoint-Crrrk
letter fraternities:' Rev. Bun-; ments- F111 carnations, m a cut

yan Stephens, Dr. T. K. Slaughter, glass vajehentr

dcrson, Sr., and four sons, Cliflor J?rsv Edwards, Vsrs. H: D- S?tes,
Tlfthrt Jr... Thalia una Edward Ande?-1 Tom Pasteur, Goodwm Mixon, Henry

eon, T. T. Munroe, M. J. Roess, H.;I? Henderson and little Miss Margare

rman Pratt, W. S;: Bul-;jL--
Iian Bullock, Phil :. Robin- "dinner

7:30 p. m. Lecture, "The Signs of

the Times. The Increase of 'Divorce
and the Laxity of the Marriage Rela Relation."
tion." Relation." x ;
Glen's Class of Religious Investigation
Jesus' fundamental teachings, man's

1 attitude toward God. East Broadway

church, 10 a-, m.

on83f eteeos

Daniels, Norman

was attractively served

Tt Till

JLJl.ik ... A. .A J L-X 1 1 a L JL M LJL J. 1U.1L. JL till J.1IU U 111 :

son, Clarence Meffert, James; Taylor, 1 in fix courses consisting of oyster
11. A. wthcrs-Jr.: Pil Weather, cocktail, crackers, chicken salad,

Jack Camp, R. C. Camp, L. P.- Wil-! p.ickIes din(ner biscuit, sliced turkey,

con, M. L. Mershon, Claud Camp-

hell, J. M. : McDonald, P. H. Nugent

rice with gravy. English peas in
timbals, creamed potatoes, bread, eel-

"Drs. IL C. Dozier, E. G. Peck, E. G. er frui s?ld wi,th wriPP cream,

T.irif-W. "Mr. .n..-Tlnr..-.-Tho frtlWni, wmte ana,iruw caKe, coiiee, cneese,

members were unavoidably' prevented crackers, nuts and candies. .

from attending Judge D. S. vvilhams, .
L. W. Duval, T. K.. Killebww, Fred Mr' ;rJoh? Martin, Misses .Sarah
Meffert, Fred Hocker and G. C. 1 Um'. EuSenia Fuller and Mr.
- I vv. M. Martin, returned yesterday

m jatternoon irom DeLand. ihejr were

Faithful Service Appreciated

accompanied home by Ml J. F. Will-
ijiTTisnn. who will- bf' n viiitrr in fhn.

On Thursday night at the installa-1 dt untU Tuesday ...
iion of Masons and Eastern Stars a j,

handsome past matron jewel was pre-

Mrs. N. G. Wade and Miss Helena

rented to Mrs. Jake Brown by Mr. ; Wade haye conclude'd their visit to
M 1 M aaH. -mim m I A Ejak A 1 f Ja BaCT aV Jaak S

v,. uimor iii ueimu. ox ,Mrs. E. A.. Osborne, leaving .yester .yester-chapter
chapter .yester-chapter No. 20, O. E.. S. day for Montbrook for an overnight
Mrs. BrouTi's year as worthy marvisit before returnins today to their
tron was a most successful one and home h; Jacksonville. Miss Vade will
in her response she placed much cred- rcturn next month for a longer visit.

it iu nur yiuizara uiiu nieniDery, who
were ever. ready to assist upon all oc occasions.
casions. occasions. V a f 1,

tlethodist
(Rev. J. M. Gross, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "The' Seat of Sin."
Communion.
2 :30 Junior Epworth League.
3:30 Senior Epwortli League.
( 7:30 p. m. Preaching. t
- Subject, "Witnesses.?

All cordially invited. Strangers

always welcome. ; 1

Rev. J. P. McMillan, D. D.f of

Gainesville, will' preach at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church tomorrow morning
and evening. K
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Rev. W. H. Coleman will preach at
Lake Butler tomorrow.

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BUNYAN STKPIXCNS, Pastor

NEW YEAR GREETINGS

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. Mrs. Annie Martin of Lake Weir is
the week-end guest of her daughter.

i l Mrs. 1J. X. Wr.nrir.TKr.

Mrs. Wade, a relative of Mr. and j m
iIrS;uLr.,P':JVilSOn' ThhaS !n! Mrs. A. d Hamrick, who has been
oouth Florida, passed through Ocala j 8pending the holidays with her. sister,

a i 1 1 :i w m r i i 1 1 i t s in nwr rinrrui i ri .i t t

tanooga. ;

A bank prospers when the people
prosper. Neither is independent of
the other. For our mutual good we
extend greetings and wish for our
customers : a Prosperous New Year.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank,
Ocala, Florida

FACTS AND FANCIES

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Mrs. E. J. Crook, left, today .for Tam- rriar iU, a weil KI1UV" Tllwr.

pa to join Mr. Hamrick, who left -for eawsx, wm ue,
that fir Wo1 rrr Tn c',, liver his i masterpiece, "Facts and

r. and Mrs. R. A. Green will leave ; '-j ht 'tt-:. t Fancies at the Temple theater Mon-

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tomorrow for Lakeland and while in
' that' city will make their home at the
Hotel Kiblcr. 1

i to, Ocala to reside.

Miss

i day afternoon at 3:30. Mr. Tuck has

J moved to Florida' and being in. love

Miss Kate Smith, after a ten day; with our state fend in sympathy with

every movement ior ner upmt, ,nas
extended a hearty welcome to all to

visit: tn Inov Vnneine "IVTyta T TJ

lommie Standley returned1 -rrn...... -j. j.nr- -r

., ... vnu came anu miss josie Williams,

this afternoon from Ga.nesvi He, Ief t today for Cai Ga
There sue was one cf the attractive .

visiting girls attending the New Year

ball last night.

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Ir. and Sirs. R; L. Lang and Miss

Willie Mae Lang returned last night
from a week's visit to relatives in
Gainesville.
Miss Miriam Pasteur leaves tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Fort Myers, where she' is a
member of the high school faculty.
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Miss Frances Arnold of New York,
after a visit tof several days with her
college mate, Mrs. G. H. Ford, re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville today.

Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Glass and
daughters and Mrs. Ella Glass and

Miss Dorothy Schreiber returned to today
day today from Island Grove.
. Miss Frances Rowley, who has been
spending the holidays with her par parents
ents parents at San Mateo, will return tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Mr. Ralph Dawson left today fjr
Jacksonville after enjoying a visit of
several days at "Glenhurst,? the guest
of Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles. .
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Mrs. J. B. Potter and grandson,
Potter Liddon, leave tomorrow for
Jacksonville. Mrs. Potter has been

the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ardia

Mrs. Arthur Williams and pretty
little daughter, Elizabeth Thayer, of
Murdock, are guests of their uncle
and aunt; Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs.

Miss Ellen Stripling, who has been
spending the holidays with her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mis3 Patsy Mirris in DeLand,

will return home tomorrow, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her cousin, Miss Irene
Campbell, Miss Sarah Hargreaves and
two young men. The party will make
the trip in a car and will remain in
Ocala until Tuesday.
ilrs. Arthur Clark and young son
have returned to Jacksonville after
enjoying a very pleasant visit with

Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. S. A.
Standley. ..'.'-
Miss Catherine Scott returned thi3
afternoon from a delightful holiday
visit to relatives in Lakeland.
Miss Tommie Abernathy, a member
of the high school faculty, will return
tomorrow from her home in Pulaski,
Tenn., where she has been spending
the holidays.
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come and -hear him. His reputation
over the country as an- able speaker
and entertainer is unexcelled and all
will enjoy a splendid hour.

BOY LIFE GUARD'S

ANNUAL BANQUET
- Last evening the Ocala Life Guard's
held their annual banquet at the home
of the advisor, Roy.B. Bowers. Never
since boys have been boys have boys
had a bigger better time than the Life
Guards had on this occasion. The
turkey and oysters and other delic delicious
ious delicious edibles had no showing before
these lovers of life, tho" they showed
no mercy on the dead.
The boys furnished the goodthings
themselves and Mrs. Duval and Mrs.
E. C. Winston, wife of the assistant
advisor, aided with the cooking and
serving. Rook and other games were
played throughout the evening. ;
Some of the "sisters'1 of the club
had prepared a unique guessing con contest.
test. contest. The winner, Ralph Cullen, re received
ceived received a beautiful O. L. G. pennant,
letters of white on a field of red,
these being the club colors.
The O. L. G. have regular meetings
every Friday from 7 to 8 p. m. in the
rooms in the Gary building, on the

So many people in Ocala have said

the past week "This has been the
most pleasant Christmas I ever
spent." .. v''
Possibly it is because there has
never" been a time since we can re remember
member remember when there was such cause
for the exercise of human sympathy.
The sufferings of the Belgians and
our "brothers and sisters- across the
sea1'.1 .-have touched the hearts of the
people. The chord of self had been
smitten until it was easy to respond
to calls to alleviate suffering and
carry cheer into darkened homes

around us, as was seen ii the public
Christmas tree of the civic committee,

the well filled baskets of the King's
Daughters ':Epworth League and var various'
ious' various' Sunday school classes. Every

one .seemed striving to bring the light iff

of happiness into sad eyes and joy
and gladness to all. 4
This Christly spirit is beautiful; if
it is worth while for one day or one
week and the effort to cheer others
has "made us happy, wThy not abide in
this comfortable frame of mind by

doing our best to see that every soul j s
in Ocala is given a clean environment
in which to be bom and in which to J G

live? Is this asking too much of

ny one? Shall wre not continue thru-

out the year the kind deeds begun on

Christmas day, for ai we do it unto j

tne least oi tnese nixie ones, so sure surely
ly surely we do it unto Him.
If we are a little more thoughtful
and considerate of others much suf suffering
fering suffering would be alleviated. For ex example,
ample, example, last summer I noticed the ice

company asked through the papers
that their patrons would take enough
ice on Saturday to last until Monday.
I saw the ice wagon pass every Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, so some failed to consider the
need of the employe for a day of rest.
Five or six years ago the driver of

1 the ice wagon brought me 25 pounds

of ice. When I told him I always
took 50 pounds on Saturday as I nev never
er never took ice on Sunday, he answered
with tears in his eyes, "If every lady
did that I might have one (day a week
with my wife and baby." A week or
two later I saw in the daily paper a
notice of the death and funeral of his
two-year-old baby, the only child.
The article stated the little one had
been ill for several months, that the
casket was hidden by the fragrant
floral off erin crs of loviner friends. I

remembered the tears and broken
voice of the father when he said "I
might have one day a week with my
wife and baby," and thought if lov loving
ing loving friends and neighbors had only
broken the alabaster box of loving
kindness while the baby lived instead
of waiting until it was a frozen
corpse, how much it would have
meant to the grief -stricken father.

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"Pat on therefore, as God's elect, tioly and beloved, a heart
of compassion, kindness, lowliness, meekness, long-suffering-, for-earinir-one
an other and forgiving each other." Colossiass, 3-12-13.
OFFICERS OF THE CHURCH
Deacons J. L. Edwards, Chairman; W. D. Cam, Treasurer;
W. T. Gary, Clerk; Isaac Stevens, M.T. W. Christian, W.
S. Bullock, L. F. Ballard", J. W. Akin, S. H. Christian, W. II.
Marsh and Frank Gates.

JANUARY 3, 1915 ELEVEN O'CLOCK
HYMN No. 414, "Emulation."
SCRIPTURE LESSON Isa. CO.
HYMN No. 563, "Pentecost."
SERMON Jehovah, Zion's Light.

INVITATION No. 547, "Holley

COMMUNION.

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OPENING HYMN, No. 263, "Jesus Calls Us." V ;
PRAYER.
SONG No. 242, "Holy Ghost, with Love Divine."
SCRIPTURE LESSON,
SONG No. 210, "Crown Him."
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
OFFERING.
OFFERTORY, No. 123, "I Gave My Life for Thee."
SERMON" Abounding n the Work of the Lord." I
INVITATION, No. 135, "Close to Thee."
CLOSING HYMN, No. 206, "Now the Day is Over."
PAUL'S PLAN OF CHURCH FINANCE
PERIODIC "On the first day of the week."
Worshipful, prayerful, cheerful habitual.
PERSONAL "Let each one of you." -;
Each man, woman, bdy, girl. No proxies, no merging.
PROVIDENT "Lay by him in store."
Forehanded, deliberate, thoughtful, intelligent,
PROPORTIONATE "As he may prosper."
'Generous, grateful, responsible, faithful.
PREVENTIVE "That 'no collection be made when I come."
A Happy and Prosperous New Year to All

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Mrs. T. C. Luckie will go Monday to ''Green horns" will receive the Ten-

Daytona to visit her mother, Mrs. F. derfoot degree. The boya plan to
E. Shepherd for several days. enlarge their work at an early date
. k now that funds and assistance are
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel gave a available.

of Mr. Brand's favorite spots in South
Florida, and a city he never misses
an opportunity' to visit whenever
possible. Fort Myers Press.

J. N. Brand, general superintend

ent of the Atlantic Coast Line rail-i

Harley's Special shoes, probably
150 pairs of them left, are now at the
Globe, where the stoc,k will be dis disposed
posed disposed of at sacrificial prices. 29-3t
Have you tried the dining room at

ronrl- and familv arrived in Fort Mv-

x i tj u. c iJthe Ocala House? You'll never. knov

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car

the noon train.- Mr. Brand and fam-j
ily will spend several days in Fort When you want china -to fill the
Myers enjoying the wonderful climate place 'of 'that broken piece, go to The
of this section, Fort Myers being one Murray Company. 31-3t

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make favorable terms or will
trade for'city property. See
or. write II. BIHPISGn,
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At the Courthouse, Ocala, Flonli.

;' On Saturday-.' and ZIonday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, vrith one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915

Ml HAT
IS FWHSnDA
IS WOT-FIAT.
Marion county is not.
Nor is Ocala.
Ocala is situated in a
beautiful, rolling country,
and near some of the most
beautiful rivers and lakes
in the State.
Wyomina Park, just north northeast
east northeast of the present devel developed
oped developed limits of the city, is
one, of the most attractive
places Jn Ocala.
It has the beauty of the
wooded ridgelands.
It is a place for homes.
" A short way out and right
at Lover's Lane.'

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Holder Building
Telephone 223

P. O. Box 475

Ocala, Fl3.

CAMMES0

IlELEIl HI THE GOUIITRY

By HARMONY WELLER.

(Copyright, McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) i (Copyright, 1314, by W. G. Chapman.)

j THE CONFESSION ; 1
By MAY CUNNINGHAM COBB. 8

Helen had not dreamed, when she

opened her morning paper that she riagej Ethel,

was to find there therein
in therein the means for

her summer holi holidays.
days. holidays. She was a
seamstress, and it
was not always
easy to save suffi sufficient
cient sufficient money to
squander on holi holidays
days holidays unless she
could find a pa patron
tron patron or two among
the summer col-

It will cast a gloom over our mar-

said Harry Bentwich,

despondently. "But that is part or a

lawyer's fate, and we must take the
bad with the good."
"And there is no longer any hope of
saving the poor man?" inquired Ethel
sadly.
I "Not unles3 a miracle occurs," an-
: wered her lover.
! "How dreadful!" sighed Ethel.
I Harry Bentwich and Ethel were to
be married two days later, and that

was the day fixed for Kemp's execu execution.
tion. execution. Harry had fought with all his

mght to save Kemp, but the circum-

ony of the people who was liberal.

However, the small advertisement j tnHni evidence was too strong. He

in the morning paper solved Helen's been convicted, the court of ap ap-problem
problem ap-problem for her and promised a jnuch j peais had sustained the verdict, and
needed month In 'the mountains. i tjle governor had refused to inter-
"Jimmy!" she called to her brother, j vene.
who had not as yet left his office, J Ethel had read the stories of the

Ci nacqsallca QUALITY.
: each as t&tfk u de re
salt of extraordinary care
watchfulness in the pur
chase of only the Highest
Grade of Haw Materials
The workmanship also
la watched as carefully,
cad the same unremitting
watchfulness enters Into
the manufacture of our
Cups,. Bars. Drops and
other Counter Goods as in
our BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
If you want a Nourishing.
rtreathenlnd Chocolate, with
Ileal Food Value, end at the
same time having a pleasant
taste, try our PEANUT CliOC CliOC-,
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J D. MeCASKILL

State Agent For
BADGER BOARD
The Best Interior Finishing
Material Made.

Contracting and
Building
Phone 451 -Ocala, Fla.

.PHONE 5i3 4
: -FbpGo'bifl:. Wood :
" DIG Load lor, 01.
Your ofder will have
immediate Attention-,
J. L. SMOAR
At Bmoak's W'aoD Shop.

PHONE 15R1
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When you want a large
load of first clas Oak or
Pine
VOOD
Any length
Prompt delivery

"listen to this chance for me to get:
into the country for awhile." She
read the lines to him. 'To Dress Dressmakers
makers Dressmakers -A splendid holiday at Cha Cha-teaugay,
teaugay, Cha-teaugay, in Adirondacks, for one
month; board and lodging free in re return
turn return for making a few summer
dresses. Mrs. Drake, Amble Cottage,
Chateaugay, N. Y There! Isn't that
a dandy opportunity for me and you
can bare a glorious month of bach bach-clordom."
clordom." bach-clordom." She hugged her big broth brother
er brother in an ecstasy of excitement, and
went over to her desk to write a
hurried note to Mrs, Drake offering
that lady her services as a seam seam-stress.
stress. seam-stress. v ;
Two days passed before Helen's re

ply came, and still another before she
could get comfortably packed up and
started on her way.
Helen had not been in Amble Cot Cottage
tage Cottage two days before she knew vthe
real state of affairs.
"It sVexns," she wrote to her broth brother,
er, brother, "that, the Drakes .had not expect expected
ed expected to mee anyone whom they cared
to cultivate, up' here in the mountains,
but Enid, the daughter; has made
the acquaintance of .one. Mark Austen,
who has taken the camp neit door,
and clothes are needed in a hurry
to ensnare the said Mark. It seems,
from all I can learn, that he is a most

eligible catch. Hence "it is Mr. Aus Austen
ten Austen of Camp Fire that I must thank
for my lovely holiday isn't it?" S
It was during one of ; Helen's ram rambles
bles rambles along the edge of a trout stream
that she came suddenly upon a fisherman.-
Helen would have quietly
passed him had he not turned laugh laughingly;
ingly; laughingly; toward her.
VI suppose there is not the slight slightest
est slightest chance of your having a match
with you ?" he inquired boyishly. "I
had the misfortune to drop my box
in the stream while bending over this
beauty.'' He drew up a rainbow trout
for Helen's admiring eyes.
"I often make my tea in the woods,"
she told him by way of explaining the
presence of masculine equipment in
her own pocket.
"By jove! I am the lucky dog," he
commented. "I suppose you often take
this walk before breakfast?" he quer

ied with appalling disregard for the
conventions. "I fish here rain or shine
every morning from six; o'clock to
lunchtime; anoj, since 1 am no good at
making tea or anything, I have to go

home to camp."
: "I only walk here when the fancy
pleases me,"; she told him with only
a .slightly elevated dimpling chin.
"Good morning," she added, and

J would have turned on her heel save

that she slipped on a wet rock and
would have fallen.
"There,' he said catching her,
"that is what you get for behaving
so abominably to me." He put her
carefully on her feet then and re
sumed his fishing. After that she
Could ; do nothing but ( reward him
with one of her most lovely smiles.
"It was good of you to save me
from a ducking," she said, "and if I
had beer properly introduced to you
I would be" delighted to cook some of
thosebeuties on a camp fire," she
pointed to his basket of trout. "As it
is, I j must hurry back, since my time
is not entirely my own." She, went
then and the lone fisherman watched
her out of sight. ;
His catch that morning was excel excellent'
lent' excellent' They were piled so high in his
basket that he stopped on his way

home to offer his neighbors a dozen

for their lunch. v 7'

Enid Drake met him on the wide

veranda of Amble Cottage. "Oh, Mr

Austen, you disreputable person," she
exclaimed laughingly, as she viewed
his great boots that were muddy and

his old flannel shirt that was weather

beaten from many rains. Neverthe

less it was her best smile that she

gave him, for he was the most elig
ible Mark Austen of Camp Fire.

The smile was completely wasted

on Mark Austen, because at that mo

ment he caught sight of a sunny head

bent over a pink something that she

was sewing on.

' The next letter that she sent home

to her brother ended with a long

narasrranh of eulogy on one Mark

Austen.

"He fell in love with me instead of

Enid," Helen wrote. "He is fright

fully impatient, and it Iqoks as if you

will have to keep bachelor flat until
such time, as you find the right girl."

trial. She knew that Kemp and oooa oooa-now
now oooa-now were both longshoremen, men of
low character and evil reputation
among the comparatively decent class
of the neighborhood in which they re resided.
sided. resided. Yet that was no reason why
Kemp's life should be snuffed out for
a crime he had not committed.
The marriage was to take place at
eight In the morning, and that was
the hour at which Kemp's life was

to be taken. This so wrought upon

the girl that she resolved to have an

evening wedding the day before.

Harry readily accepted" the change of

plans, and, since the marriage was to
be strictly a private one, Ethel con

cluded her morning work at the Set

tlement on the day of her marriage.

Then she strolled along the region

of the docks, where she was well

known and safe from molestation.

As she turned" to ascend the street

leading to her residence, she per

ceived a little crowd gathered at the

head of one of the wharves. Hurry

ing up, she found that an accident

had happened. A man bad been

struck down by a load that fell from

a nrane and fearf ullv mangled. It

was evident that he had only a few

minutes to live, and, what made the
scene worse, he was in great pain and

fully conscious.

Ethel, kneeling at his side, attempt

ed in vain to stanch the blood that
flowed from his crushed body. He

looked uo at her. He seemed to rec

ognlze her.
"You're the Settlement ', lady, ain't
you?" he gasped. "You was going to
be married to Mr. Bentwich?"
"Yes," answered Ethel. "But you
must not talk. The doctor will -be
here in a few minutes and you must
keep quiet and not exert yourself."
"I will talk," the man burst out
with sudden vehemence. "My name's
- ,1! 0

Uoodnow. r.iean anytmng 10 yuu;
he 'added savagely.
"If you are Goodnow you will tell
the truth about Kemp .before you
die," said Ethel quietly.
"Aye, I'll, tell you," answered the
man. "I know I'm going to croak,

and I don't want Kemp to be touched
off now that it won't do no good, to
me. Kemp said he was with me all
the evening of the murder, but that's
a lie. Ho wasn't."
"He wasn't?" cried Ethel in despair.

"No. But he thought he was," said

Goodnow. "We'd been having a ;ew

glasses together,- and Kemp fell asleep

in the chair. Then I put on his hat

and overcoat and went and done it
myself." .

"What did you do?" asked Ethel,

striving to retain her self-composure.

"Croaked him the man what Kemp

is supposed to have croaked," grunt

ed Goodnow savagely.

You killed him?"
Yes. He was trying to blackmail

the pair of us about a job we pulled
off in Philadelphia last year."

He groaned and tried to continue,

but suddenly a fearful paroxysm or
Dain racked his body, and he .drifted

into the last unconsciousness.

Ethel looked round her in a daze,

trying to collect her thoughts. A by

stander touched her on the arm. She

looked up into the face of a respect

able' laboring man.

"I heard every word he said. Miss,

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In order that the first white child born in the city of Ocala
in 1915 may have a start in life, the following birthday gifts will
be given him, or her, upon receipt at the; Star office of the offi official
cial official birth certificate:

Evening Star, one year,

.... ...$5.00

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank, Savings account
Marion Furniture Company, high chair . 9
Gerig's Drug Store, baby's toilet set
A. E. Burnett, necklace, ...........
Ocala Photo Co., half doz. photos
Rheinauer & Co., baby carriage quilt. ..............
Little's Shoe Parlor, satin furtop soft fole shoes.
Cam-Thomas Co., -dozen Cakes Best Toilet Soap.;

5.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
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Remember, the first one reported on or after January 1, 1915,
is entitled to the gifts, even tho another of previous date may be
reported later.
Anyone desiring to add a gift to the above list may do so
at any time before a claim is made for it by calling phone 51
and stipulating the gift and its value.
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realize that there are right' now in our State

Hundreds of Little Children in Real

Some Absolutely Homeless Th

Just Must Be Cared For For-WE
WE For-WE FEEL SURE that they -do not know that there

hundreds of Worthy Mothers in Florida who are just
struggling to keep their little ones alive, and at home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with these facts
true, and every orphanage in Florida Crowded to the
doors, that the people of Florida will let our great work
which has cared for 850 of these little ones This Year
alone, go down for lack of funds to keep it up." Your
immediate help is greatly needed Right Now. Please
send what you can today to
R. V COVINGTON, Treasurer,
The Children's Home Society of Florida,
Florida's Greatest Charity.

361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville,

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said the fellow. "And we must get pi any Kinu, yniM xv,

that confession before the governor at cleaning or any thing aoout me piace

once. 1 xnat ne may

"Yes," exclaimed Ethel,, eagerly. Anyone who can use the old man will

"You must come with me. There is confer a charitable deed by phoning
not a minute to lose." fu cfn nr Dr. W. P. Wilson. dh.-3t.

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Half an hour later tney sat siae Dy
side aboard the train bound for the

nanltal And. lust about the time The best, service and most reason-

when F-tViPi shrtnld have been with I hi a nrires obtain at the new dinin

Harry before the minister, they were
room of the Ocala House

being ushered into the governors of

v. ia .Ja rravfi. W. K. Iiane, M. D., Physician and

ly enough, and that of her compan- Surgeon, specialist Eye, Lar, osc
irm hut is hen thev had finished sneak- and Throat. Law Library Building,

ing there was a faint smile upon his Ocala, Fla.

face.

l suau Biaut u, xkxv 1JCUU1"& I ,x ry A. tM will,

full examination of this matter," he er8
Rairi "But now let me ask you a steam and thoroughly sanitary sur-

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"There ,are certain people who eat
well, drink well, and sleep well, but
who, .whenever they see a little work,
immediately become ill."The Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Magistrate.

On Saturday and Monday, 18

rr Pounds of suear for ?1, with one dol-

iar's worth of other groceries, ior
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

afternoon?'

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ried,". answered Ethel. "But Harry
will understand. Now may I ask you

how. you know about this?"

"O, it is my duty to know all sorts

of things," the governor answered

"Come with me a moment, if you will

be so kind

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River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,

sanitary in every respect,
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small.
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ray mind." 1 a table, writing, was Harry! And In

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cries. ueiroii jpree tress. arms.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 1915
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
I OCALA OCCURRENCES I
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
WEATHER REPORT
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next'
to the Colonial ; also for light
housekeeping. Inquire at the Co Colonial.
lonial. Colonial. 7-tf
-men?
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Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov-
Pythian Sisiers Tuesday evening1.
Council meets Tuesday night.
FOUND Christmas, on Main street,
box containing lady's hat, lace, veil,
etc. Owner can have same by
proving property, etc. ; The Star
office. 26-3t
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Masons meet Tuesday night.
Mascns meet Thursday evening.
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Woodrnen meet Friday night.

Mr. John Long of Tampa, was a
New Year visitor to Ocala, returning
home last night.

PaDst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf

land is spending the day in the city
on professional business.

Ocala had a civic Christmas tree

and the Evening Star of, that city
gives due meed of praise to the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club, which put the project

through. Tampa Times.

On Saturday and Monday, 18

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other 'groceries, for

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

eminent, I
Max. Min. R. F.i
Dec 1 72 05 . i
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 46 ..
Dec. 11 49 37
Dec. 12 .............58 31
'Dec. 13 69 54 1.46
Dec. 14 48 43
jDec. 15 53 37
Dec. 16 V. 48 38
Dec. 18 58 39
Dec. 18 .............58 39 .10
Dec. 19 .....72 48 .16
Dec. 20 .......... ...71 ; 58 .35
Dec. 21 ... 1 74 64
Dec. 22 .... ... .... .70 58 '..
Dec. 23 7.68 47
Dec. 24. .'.,..........79 47
Dec. 25 ,...79 47 1.26
Dec. 26 ..59 54
Dec. 27 .............44 40 .07
Dec. 28 ...53 42
Dec. 29 ....... ..76 58 1.26
Dec; 30 ." .. .... . .... 69 51 1.26

The Fanny R. Gary Missionary So Society
ciety Society of the Baptist church will ob observe
serve observe the first week in January as a
week of prayer. The first meeting
will be held Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. W. T.
Gary on Fort King avenue.
"Sunny Jim" Robinson has no ax
to grind, but he has been handing
out to his numerous friends a lovely
j line -t)f pocket whetstones, just right
to sharpen penknives on. Sunny Jim
isn't very large, but he fills a big
place in the hearts of his friends.
Mr. John F. Williamson, for many
years a resident of Ocala, now of De De-Lan3,
Lan3, De-Lan3, is visiting his Ocala friends,
coming over with Mr. John Martin
and-children in their carV Mr. Will Williamson
iamson Williamson is doing, well in DeLand, and
reports Mrs. Williamson enjoying
the best of health. lie paid the Star
office a welcome call and brought the
editor appreciated greetings f rom
some of his old and valued, friends in
DeLand. "'..

Statement of Condition of
THE METROPOLITAN SAVINGS
BANK OF OCALA
Condensed from Report to State
Comptroller at the Close of
Business, Pec 31, 1914

ASSETS

Loans and discounts. : ,$22,812.20

Banking house, furniture

and fixtures 19,668.79
Cash and due from banks. 8,090.99

LIABILITIES

$30,571.98

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lewis of Ok-lawaha-
came up in their car Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, and were interested participants
in the Eastern Star and Masonic ex exercises
ercises exercises at Yonge's hall Thursday
night. Mn Jno. T. Lewis, Jr., came
with them, but' while passing a party
of boys on the street early in the eve evening,
ning, evening, he received in his eyes the con contents
tents contents of a bottle of cologne thrown by
one of the young fellows at another.
The pain for awhile was excruciating,
and Mr. Lewis had to hunt up a doc doctor
tor doctor instead of going to the, installa installation.
tion. installation. He recovered in time to drive
the car home, however.

WEIHE WILL NOT BE

A CANDIDATE JAN. 5

Ocala, Fla., Jan. 2, 1914.
To the Voters of the Fourth Ward: i
I am not a candidate for election
for councilman of ,: the. fourth ward in
the 4 special election which, has been
called for Tuesday, the 5th instant. I
was elected councilman at the general
election held December 8th by a ma majority
jority majority of the voters of our ward,' and
upon this election I propose to stand,
believing it to be a duty I owe them
to stand by the choice then made.
. Thanking you for your confidence
as expressed on the 8th of December,
I am, respectfully,
, F. G. B, Weihe.

Capital stock
Net earnings
Deposits ...
Re-discounts

'. .'. .$25,000.00

304.17

21,267.81

.... 4,000.00

' $50,571.98

State of Florida,
County, of Marion.

I, F. P. Gadson, cashier of the Met Metropolitan
ropolitan Metropolitan Savings Bank of Ocala,. do

solemnly swear that the above state statement
ment statement of the condition of said bank at
the close of business on the 31st day
of December 1914,, is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
. F. P. Gadson, Cashier..
Attest: Dr. L. R. Hampton.
Jos. L. Wiley.
, George Giles, Directors.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 31st day of December, 1914.
(Seal) W. Wr. Clyatt,
Notary Public.
PASTOR AND HOUSEKEEPER
BURNED IN THEIR HOME

FOR SALE A 5-passenger, slightly
used Buick automobile, in perfect

condition. Price $400. Cash or easy

terms. Apply to A. M: Lansford,

Ocala, Fla. Mon-Wed-Fr

FOR SALSE Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.

Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

FOR RENT-A house on Watula

street opposite the telephone office.

All modern conviencies, electric
lights, gas, hot and cold water and

bath complete. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at Haycraf t's Millinery

store. 29r2t

FOR SALE Several slightly used
dressers and washstands at less
than half price ; get these and rent

that extra room. E. C. Jordan &

Co., 213 W. Broadway. Phone 10. 6t

FOR RENT Three five-room cot

tages between the Ocala high schoo

and primary school buildings. Ap

ply to Mrs. It. T. Weaver at millin

ery store. l-l-6t

FOR SALE Litter of bull pups for
sale, sired : by vCarmichael's Joe, out
of Edna, granddaughter of Colby's
. Pincher; now ready to ship. E. C.
Beuchler, Gainesville, Fla. l-2t
FOR RENT On first floor, three
connecting rooms; hall, piazza;
electric lights; i and water; r large
yard ; in best neighborhood. Apply
S. S. Savage, Jr., phone 125. 2-12t
FOR SALE Small three-burner gas
cook stove and oven. In excellent
conditidn and cheap for cash,, Apply
' at this office. ' 2-12t '-'
FOR RENT Two large connecting
rooms, bath and fireplaces. Call
at 516 Fort King, Ave. It

Cleveland, O., Jan. 2 Rev. Stephen
Makara, aged forty-two, pastor of the
Greek Catholic church here, and his
housekeeper, Mrs. Annie Feder, aged
sixty, were burned to death when the
parish house was destroyed by fire
this morning. It is believed the fire
was of incendiary origin.

MULES FOR SALE

, Eight or ten head of first class,
second hand, general purpose mules;
will be sold cheap for cash or on time
with approved security. Can be seen
at my place at Lynne. JOHN R.
ROGERS, Lynne, Fla. l-l-lfri-tues

. If our mixologists serve your gin
rickeys, you wall never again get them
anywhere except at Johnny's Place, tf
SHERIFF'S SALE

"WILBUR W. C. SMITH
FURNERAL DIRECTOR AND
EMBALMER

With
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Furniture and
Undertakers

Plxone 10
Ocala, Fla,

219 West Broadway

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' Under and by virtue of an execu execution
tion execution issued out of and under the seal
of the circuit court in and for Duval
county; Florida, dated' the 25th day of
July, 1914, in a certain cause wherein
the McGraw Tire and Rubber Com Company,
pany, Company, a corporation, is plaintiff, and
the Seminole Rubber Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, is defendant, and C. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson is defendant in execution, I
have levied on' and will on
Monday, the 1st day of February,
1915 :
the same being a legal sales day and
iiurihg the legal. hours of sale, will of-fer-for
sale at the west door of the
court house in Ocala, Fla., and sell
the sam to the highest and best bid bidder
der bidder for cash the following described
real estate in Marion county, Florida,
to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,
11, 12 of block 14, and lots 2, 3, 6, 7,
of block 1, in Marion Heights, accord according
ing according to plat book recorded in public
records of Marion county, Florida, in
plat book "A" on page 166.
Sold to satisfy said execution and
all costs. J. P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
D. GREENWOOD HALEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 1-2-Sat

WANTED Position.. Reliable young
man of 28, experienced in both
salesmanship and office work, de desires
sires desires a position of some kind at
once. Best of references. Address
Care, Box 315. 2-Ct''
MONEY LOST On street, two ten
dollar bills and two fives in roll.
Revard. C. II. Co oner. Care the
Star. 2-tf
EMveir & ESacEay
Funeral Directors
UN0EnT4KEOSancS EOBALEnS
Fine Ccsliels and Burial Dobes.
D. E. BIclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Vork Done by Licensed Embal-
mers' and Fully Guaranteed
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PHONES
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking OGce 1 .45
Fresh country eggs 33 cents a doz dozen
en dozen at the Carri-THomas Co. 23-3t

nira joimir. inioinnie.

Orators a Poor Second.
Beyond a doubt the telephone has
conferred more benefits upon mankind
thpn all the politic! orators that ever
talked through their hats.

v "Daily Thought.
Thepe:'are souls in the world who
have--the gift of finding joy, every everywhere,
where, everywhere, and of leaving it behind them
when they go. Joy gushes from un under
der under their fingers, like jets of light.
Their .influence is an inevitable glad gladdening
dening gladdening of the heart.
The Seven Wonders.
i Tha only one of the "Seven Won Wonder?
der? Wonder? of the ancient; world that re re-malns
malns re-malns is the Pyramids of Egypt, The
others were the Hanging Gardens of
Babylon, the Colossus of Rhodes, the
Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, the
Statue cf Zeus at Olympia, the Pharos
of Alexandria and the Temple of
I)iana at Ephesus.
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In Search of Knowledge.
T shall call upon a fortune teller
this morning," said MrBlubb. "Go "Going
ing "Going to .try to learn something about
the future?" asked Mr. Waggles- "Yes,
I'm going to ask him when he expects
to pay the arrears of rent for that cot cottage
tage cottage of mine he is occupying as a
'School, of Astrology and Institute for
Psychical Research." J v

Foes and Friends. v
When two men are extremely po polite
lite polite to each other it is a sign that
they don't like each other. But.when
they say, "Hello, you onery old pup!"
and "How's yourself, you porch porch-climbing
climbing porch-climbing cld horsethief?" : they are
good friends.Cincinnati Enquirer.

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MARIONVDUX-Y MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge ?o. 19. V. &

fhnrsdav tiveniass of each month at usrlu"v

7:3 o'clock, until further' notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Provvn, Secretary. Ad

Two Expeditions Saw Eclipse.
So far as is now known only two of
the many expeditions that had been
organized to observe the eclipse of the
sun cn Au:st 21 reached their desti destinations.
nations. destinations. These were the observers
from the Royal observatory Green Greenwich,
wich, Greenwich, consisting of Messrs. Jones and

who were stationed at

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Minsk, Russia, and the expedition 'cant

; out by the joint permanent eclipse t

I committee of the Royal society and the

of Fathers Ccrtie and O'Connor and
Messrs. Atkinson and Gibbs, who took
up their station at Hernoesand, Swe-

meets at Yonge'a hall the second and j den.

fourth Thursday evenings oi eacn ; uotn parties had pertect weather, a

clear sky and secured fine photographs

nonth at 7 30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, YV. Ai.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

We Aim -To
He Upright in Oar Dealings
We Put :
OLK 31 EATS UP FIGHT
Making it Easy to
COOK, CAIXV1 AND CONSUME TIIE3I

PHONE 108.

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Next to O. iv. Teapot Grocery.

Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F .,
meets in ionge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 3 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Cc.bert, Secretary.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF X.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal ynion
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

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Nature and science combine to make it so. Every precaution is taken' to
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 good ice of ours. Let us
have your custom we deserve it.

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every :Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castte Hall, over the James Carlisle

l drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-

iting brothers. Wm. Gober, U. l.
! Cha. K. Sage, K..of R. S. Ad

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Fridav in every month at
7:30 p. m. O. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake -Brown, Secretary.

of the corona and chromosphere. The

I Greenwich party paid special attention

to the ultra-violet spectrum of the
chromosphere, and Father Cortie's
party restricted itself to the yellow
and red regions of the spectrum. So it
is hoped that a wide range Of the
chromospheric spectrum will have
been obtained.
'
Tungsten in the United States.
The tungsten resources of the Uni United
ted United States are probably considerably
larger than have been generally rea realized.
lized. realized. Many new deposits have been
discovered in various parts of the
Western states, according to, the Uni United
ted United States Geological survey, and,

should prices advance, it is probable

that the output could soon be in increased
creased increased much above the record year
of 1910, when 1,821 tons were market marketed.
ed. marketed. Most of these new discoveries are
not sufficiently developed to show how
large an output can be expected from
them but it is, probable that some
will prove to be of considerable ex extent,
tent, extent, and one or two new large pro producers
ducers producers would make a noticeable dif difference
ference difference in the American market Sim Similar
ilar Similar discoveries, may also be expeotoi
In other part3 of the world.

Five Mile West of Dade City and One Mile Easi of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 18u9
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A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE

FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914

I SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA v

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The' Management.' of- DR. .McCLANS
": Medlcalt"-'Sur'oicaI,.Hyfiropathic'.
;.. and Electric .Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offlcesand treatment rodms 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 Hun
Strictly Upon Ethical Licet
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONi: 333

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Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth Tuesday even

ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always, welcome. Club house
opposite postofiice east side.
'David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL OKIJEK OF MOOSE

II03IES OF WOMEN WRECKED

BY THE INVADERS

We need the money and the space
Mice Assort ment' ;bl;i;ihy' Season's Best

on- Oand

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m Recently Discontintied anti to be
, Sold Below. Cost

Ocala Lodge No. L. O. M.,
m-eet3 every Thursday at 8:30 p. xi xi-Visiting
Visiting xi-Visiting brethern always welcome io

the lodge and club hons-e on

nolia street; near postofiico.

j. D. Rooney, Dictator.

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WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fot. King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday.. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. k.. Sage. Clerk. Ao
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No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
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No. 4 0, St. Petersburg to JacKsin JacKsin-ville
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No. 140, Ocala to 'Palatka 4:10 p.
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Re-Established January 6, 1915
Northbound DAILY

9:35 AM Lv..'. ..Jacksonville
8:03 PLI Ar. .Atlaon
5:08 PBI. Ar. .Macnta
12:13 AM Ar. ..... ... Chattanooga

4:50 AM Ar Nashville ..Lv 12:10 AM
9:28 AM Ar Evansville '. Lv 7:301
6:35 Pm Ar : Chicago ...Lv 11:30 AM

Southbound
....Ar 7:30 PM
...Lv 11:45 AM
...Lv 8:35 AM
...Lv 4:37 Aft.

a., m: j

No. 49, Ocala to liDmosasa

Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala- -Arrives
1:05 p. m.
No. 35 ( Sunny jim) Ocala io Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland G:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m.", Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcdx 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Vv'ednesday and Friday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 n.
ra., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air Line

No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:45 a. m.
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Arrive,
rive, Arrive, 1:10 p. m.;, leave, 1:25.
No. lJ, Jacksonville to Tampa
2:33 p. m.

(No. 2; Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30

a. m.

No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar

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

No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonvin
4:20 p. m.
Ocala Noithern

No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,

11:30 a. m.

No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatkd
at 1:15 p. m.

2:59 PM Ar

.St. Louis

Lv 2:15 PM

Solid train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullman Cars
and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman Sleep Sleepers
ers Sleepers Jacksonville to St. Louis.
- PINING CARS

Lives cn a Diet of Ef-sns.
One of the hardest working men in
Bath, Me., has solved the cost cf
living problem by subsisting almost
entirely or beans. lie says that he
can live cn ten cents a day, and shows
by his appesrance .that the diet by
no means .disagrees dh hini.

DANGERS OF A COLD

Do you know that of all the minor
ailments, colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the cold3 them themselves
selves themselves that you need to fear, but the
serious diseases that they so often
lead to. For that reason every cold
should be gotten rid of with the least
possible delay. To accomplish this you

will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem

edy of great help to you. It loosens a

cold, relieves the lungs, aids expec expectoration
toration expectoration and enables the system to
throw, off the cold. For sale by all
dealers. adv

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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Strength of Character.
Strength of character is net mere
strength of feeling it is the resolute
restraint of strong feeling. It is un unyielding
yielding unyielding resistance to whatever would
disconcert us from without or unset unsettle
tle unsettle us from' within. Charjes Dickens.

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

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COUGH J1EDICINE
FOR CHILDREN

Never give a child cough medicine

.that contains opium in any form.

When opium is given other and more
serious diseases may follow. Long ex experience
perience experience has demonstrated that there
is no better or safer medicine for
coughs, colds and croup in children
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It is equally valuable for adults. Try
iL It contains no opium or other
harmful drug. For sale by all deal dealers,
ers, dealers, adv

Whole wheat bread mace unler
new process, wranped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and ln ?ent loaves. If
you are a suffere. from dyspepsia:
try this. Carter's Bakery, it-tf
: J.e. Immi Watchmaker :
All kinds of Jewelry, Type-
writer, Sewing Machine and 4
J Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
ly executed. Prices rea3onab!e.

Satisfaction guaranteed.

Merchant's .Cafe, A. C.

SHERIFF'S SALE
Under and by virtue cf an ex.ccu-

L depot i tion issuea out oi ana unuer ui

"" ' f;"lof the circuit court in and for Maricn
comer. Meals a la carte and lunches j county. Florida, dated the 5th day of
at any hour. Adv. : December, 1914, in a certain cause

NOTICE

wherein Ii. J. Wall and honn are
plaintiffs and J. S. Pyle is defendant,

1 nave levied on ana win on

A special meeting of the stockhold- j Monday the 4th Day cf January, 1913
ers of the Mutual Mining Company i the same being a legal sales day, and
is hereby called to be held at the of-j during the legal hours of sale, oiler

hce of the c
on January

purpose of considering

:ompany in Savannah, Ua., : for sale at the west door oi tne court
9th, 1915, 12 noon, for the house in Ocala, Fla., and sell the same

ana acuntr vto tne nmnest ana oest umuci t

upon important mattets.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert W. Groves, Sec'y Sec'y-Savannah,
Savannah, Sec'y-Savannah, Ga., Dec. 21, 1914.
26-sat-2t V
NOTICE OF

1 cash the following described real es-

I tate in Marion county, Florida, to-wit:
Northeast quarter of northeast quar quar-1
1 quar-1 ter of northwest quarter of section

?A. township 17, range 23 cast, bold

nir o fi- : pi, x

I tn pntisfv said execution and all

. i cOStS. JNO, -P. UALLUWAX,
: Sheriff Marion County, Fla. .'
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING H: M. Hampton, Attorney. 1.2-5-sal
To the stockholders of the Commer-I rLACiro Axrnipi i:v3:r.Y.vr.:;s
cial Bank of Ocala: j n ly. "V. H :
Notice is hereby given that the an- j l h j w pr c jum.- , -nual
meeting of the stock-holders of: H t- tlL :i
the Commercial Bank of Ocala will; ? : (j ; reuatis
be held at the offices of said Bank, in j J -j Hm iU1Tl?,
the city of Ocala, Florida, on : 7oon taking c:,ar cf y
Tuesday, the twelfth day of January, rtiz intertt. e;G;;t,r:ir' 4
i n Ufed client. c, 1.

at the hour of ten o'clock, a. m. ; Q p TGOMER

iy uriier oi uiu prtrsxuexit.
D. C. Stiles, Jr.,
12-2G-sat St. Cashier.

ADYEPuISinG COIJPAIiY, I

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