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REPLY HAS EIQT VET DEEH
London, Jan. 4. "There's not. the
remotest question of relinquishing our
right of search, which would mili militate
tate militate against the interests of the al allies.
lies. allies. The most that can be expected
is that every care will be taken to
insure the right exercised with a i
maximum amount of precaution' and
a minimum of hardship and friction." (
The British press association thus f
forecasted today the answer to i the (
against interference with American
shipping. The reply, however, has
not yet been drawn up.'
ALLEGES THAT POLITICS PRE PRE-"r
"r PRE-"r "TENT'S NECESSARY ARMY
Washington, Jan. 4 In a speech in
the House today, Congressman. Gard Gardner"
ner" Gardner" of Massachusetts, caustically
criticised the administration's policy
relative to an increase in the army.
He declared that the congressional
inquiry had been muzzled by politics.
ANOTHER BOATLOAD ARRIVED
201 IVJen Saved from the Battleship
London, Jan. 3. Another cutter
from the British battleship Formida Formidable
ble Formidable which was sunk in the English
channel yesterday, reached Limer Limer-egis,
egis, Limer-egis, Dorsetshire, with fifty men,
bringing the total up to 201. When
the cutter left the Formidable she
had sixty or more men aboard, but
ten succumbed to exposure, having
been in the open boat for some twen twenty
ty twenty hours in "a violent storm.
BURNING OF A BIG BUILDING
Dyal-Upchurch Structure .in .Heart
of Jacksonville Business
Jacksonville, Jan. 4. Fire yester yesterday
day yesterday morning gutted the Dyal-Upchurch
building, a six-story structure
in the heart of the business district,
.causing an 'approximate loss of $150,-
: M i iii i .. i in in I . .1 P i
The Ocala House is now issuing
specinl meal tickets.
It is our delight
necessary in order to
make you an
FOHEUAST OF OlilTISM
This may seem like a wild statement but all we ask is an opporJinity to prove what we say. Just
that costs you anywhere from 30 to 60 per cent more money. We are ready and willing to stand by
jare selling you a suit for FIFTEEN -DOLLARS that absolutely cannot bo duplicated in the city for
overcoat before you have inspectedour line of F7FTEEN DOLTjAR GOODS-
O. SCIIEC, R2anaocr
DUffil IIP, BUT A S
BE THE RESULT
FORMIDABLE'S SUCCESSFUL AS ASSAILANT
SAILANT ASSAILANT MET A SIMILAR
Berlin, Jan. 4. It is reported here
that the German submarine which
sank the British battleship formida formidable
ble formidable with two torpedoes, was herself
sunk by. a mine three hours later,
losing all 'aboard. 4
The admiralty says: "No informa information
tion information to give out."
WILL SETTLE AT WEBSTER
Colony of Belgians Coming to Sumter
Tampa, Jan. 4.' A special, to the
Tribune from Webster, Sumter coun county,
ty, county, says:
One of the biggest and most im important
portant important realty deals ever put thru in
Sumter county had recently been
pulled off, when one of the largest
property owners in the county sold
his holdings between Webster and
Center Hill for $65,000 cash, to a
wealthy Belgian. This man intends
colonizing the land with Belgian refu refu-gees,
gees, refu-gees, and numbers of them are al already
ready already arriving. These people are ac accustomed
customed accustomed to farm life, are hard work workers,
ers, workers, and will make their farms blos blossom
som blossom like the "Rose of Sharon." All
details and particulars are not given
out by either party, but enough is
known to make sure that the plan is
being successfully carried out. This
man was attracted to Sumter county
by the f act that, while its lands are
among the most fertile and produc productive
tive productive in Florida, yet, from lack of ad advertising,
vertising, advertising, they are less well known,
and therefore are cheaper in price
than poorer, though better advertised
properties. One moral taught by. the
big deal is that it is the other fellow
who profits, when our preople f ail to
advertise. There is no better invest investment,
ment, investment, after all, than printer's ink.',
WHEAT IS AWAY UP
Cliicago, Jan. 4. May wheat was
held at $1,32 3-4 today, the highest
since the Leitner corner.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
to measure a customer who knows what he wants and insists on getting it, as this
give satisfaction. I do know the Tailoring business; I am an expert tailor and cutter,
XHIE EMGLISH WOOLEN
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 4,1915
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GDIICEDES THAT GERMAHS HAVE BEEI
WORSTED III ill BATTLES
Berlin, Jan. 4. French success in
Alsace was admitted officially this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. The greatest activity is dis dis-played
played dis-played in the operations in, Alsace,
maihly by artillery after a terrific
bombardment of the heights west of
Sennheim, in which the allies oc occupied
cupied occupied the German's demolished
The allies captured the heights and
villages around Steinbach by bayonet
onslaughts after a strong German
defense. The fighting for possession
of Steinbach continues.
In the east, the situation remains
unchanged. The German attacks
east of the Ravvaka river in Poland
continues. t ',
REPULSED THE RUSSIANS
TURKS FOILED ATTEMPT OF
f THE ASKOLD TO LAND
Berlin, Jan. 4. The Russian cruis-
er Askold attempted to land troops
near Jaffa Saturday. The Russians
were driven oq by- coast guards.
IDE!! AIIO SUICIDE
III THE WITAIIIS
REPULSED BY A WOMAN, WAL WALTER
TER WALTER NICHOLS TOOK WHOLE WHOLESALE
SALE WHOLESALE REVENGE
Luray, Va., Jan. 4. Four persons,
a mother and her three children,
were found dead with their v skulls
crushed in, in their mountain home
near here Sunday. They were Mrs.
Charles Sumner and three children.
SLAYER COMMITTED SUICIDE
The body of William Nichols, who
murdered Mrs. Charles Sumner and
three children, was found this morn morning
ing morning near by with his head blown off
and a shotgun close by. It is believ believed
ed believed that Nichols was angered because
the woman repelled his advances.
Mrs." Sumner's husband was the first
to suspect, the crime.
PRESIDENT 'MAY VETO IT
Literacy. Bill Passed Senate by a Big
Washington, Jan. 4. The immi immigration
gration immigration bill, containing the restrictive
literacy test for admission of aliens
passed the Senate late yesterday fif fifty
ty fifty to seven. The overwhelming ma majority
jority majority was polled despite reports that
the president opposed the measure
as did former President Taft, and
would veto it if it came to him in in-eluding
eluding in-eluding the literacy test.
That any other house in the
The World's Largest Tailors
i n J p A pf
BRITISH. MARKETS AGAIN HAVE
J BULLS AND BEARS
London, Jan. 4After a suspension
of five months, the London Stock Ex Exchange
change Exchange reopened today. Business is
being conducted on a' restricted scale.
There is a large attendance and trad trading
ing trading is fairly steady.
INTRODUCED TO THE OCEAN
Atlantic Tide Caught the Auto of Mr.'
Logan of Citra and Asheville
The St. Augustine Record of Jan.
2 says: ' v:
"Treating his family to their first
view of the ocean, W. E. Logan of
Ashoville, N. C, introduced them in a
manner that will not be easily effaced
from their memory. They motored
over on Thursday to Couth Beach in
Mr. Logan's auto at. dead low tide.
The wide, smooth beach lokeed very
inviting ancl "the "machine was driv.-,
en to the very edge of the .water. So
impressed were all with the vast ex expanse
panse expanse of water that they gazed spell spellbound
bound spellbound at the tossing billows. The
auto: was halted and the occupants,
intent only on the view, did not note
the gradual encroachment of the tide.
When they became aware of the fact
that the water was creeping shore shore-wards
wards shore-wards they attempted, in slang par parlance,
lance, parlance, to 'beat it,' but discovered
that the wheels were sinking in the
sand. All attempts to pull the car
out failed, and it had to be" left 'till
the tide receded. Mr. Logan has a
winter home at Citra. He and his
family were spending a day in St.
Augustine, en route from Citra to
Asheville to place the daughters
Grace and Irene in school for the win winter.
ter. winter. Mr. Logan and family are leav leaving
ing leaving today for Asheville by rail. The
party was composed of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Logan, Carl Logan, Misses
Grace and Irene Logan. I
.A" beautifully marked, 18 months
old pedigreed Shetland Mare Pony for
sale. Address Star Office. dh
Feel like trying a Scotch highba'l
(any other kind if you do not lik
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
The best gin rickey in the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
Try our steam baked bread, made
L rom the choicest flour and milk to
be had. Shop is always kept in
most sanitary condition. Carter's
city will charge $0 to
for your own satisfaction, call and looka our goods, then z elsewhere and compare them with u uce
your decision after you hr-e made the comparison. if you want any stronger proof than this that we
less than twentj-, let us know what it is, and wpMl furnish it. i'ou cannot afford to buy a suit or
HEAVY LOSS OF LIF
FKHAi BRITISH SEEfJTO
Paris, Jan. 4. -It is in the hospi hospitals
tals hospitals that the allies are suffering their
heaviest losses now. Thousands of
British, French and Belgian soldiers
are dying from pneumonia and kind kindred
red kindred diesases, caused by exposure in
the trenches and stormy weather.
Thousands of others are incapacitat incapacitated
ed incapacitated by rheumatism. The hospitals at
Boulogne, Dunkirk and Calais are
DESPERATE FfGHTING IN THE
Desperate fighting is in progress
today among the sand dunes east of
Nieuport. The Germans are violent violently
ly violently bombarding the French "teast of
Amiens, trying to cut through the al allies'
lies' allies' main line of communication with without
out without success.
Artillery fighting is in progress in
the northern Argonnes, the Labrurue
forest, near Verdun heights, along
the Meuse and-in upper Alsace, where
the Germans are making a vain effort
to check the French advance.
The i French are bombarding5 Alt Alt-kirch,
kirch, Alt-kirch, eight miles southwest of Muel Muel-hausen.
hausen. Muel-hausen. The Germans, who have been rein reinforced,
forced, reinforced, are delivering severe attacks
ground Thann and Steinbach.
FRENCH CLAIM VICTORY ALL
ALONG THEIR FRONT
Paris, Jan. 4, 3 p. m.--Though the
heavy rains have crippled the infan infantry
try infantry forces operating along the North
Sea to the Oise river, the artillery
battles continued today with great
violence, the French at several points
silencing the Germans. Along the
Aisne and in the Champagne district,
the French are shelling the German
reserves. Several important points
occupied by the Germans in the Ar Argonnes
gonnes Argonnes and between the Argonnes
and the Meuse were captured by the
French. The French captured the
important height west of Cernay and
at Seinbach. 4
PLAIN AND FANCY SEWING
I have returned to Ocala to reside
and am now ready to receive my
friends at my home on North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, next to the Palmetto
House. I earnestly solicit your orders
for-plain and fancy sewing and as assure
sure assure you satisfaction. Mrs. Henry
REGAL AUTO FOR SALE
A Regal underslung automobile, Q.
D. tires, perfect condition, for $275
on easy terms. Address, A. M. Lans Lans-ford,
ford, Lans-ford, Ocala, Fla. Mo-We-Fri
Q a 'nil
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OF AUSTRIAN'S, HOLD GERMANS
IN CHECK AND WALLOP THE
Petrograd, Jan. 4. The Austrian
in Galicia are panic stricken. Whole
regiments are ; surrendering to the
4 Dispatches from Lemberg state
that the resistance of the Austrian?
as an organized body has completely
The garrison Sat Przemysl, which is
mostly German, iz making desperate
sorties daily, and being thrown back
with severe losses. It is believed that
the fall of Przemysl is imminent.
The situation in Poland shows no
indication that the deadlock will be
The German attacks along the
Bzura andPilia rivers are steadily
TOOK FIVE THOUSAND TURKS
An official report from Tjflis says
that the Russians defeated the Turks,
capturing 5,000 prisoners in a violent:
ATTEMPT TO BLOW UP THEIR
. ? FACTORY IN SOUTH
Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 4. An at attempt
tempt attempt was made last night by un unknown
known unknown persons to blow up the plant
of the E. O. Painter fertilizer w'orks
on the south side of the river. The
work was evidently that of amateurs,
and did slight damage.
v LYNCHING IN ALABAMA
Montgomery, Jan. 4. Ed. and Will
Smith, negroes, accused of complicity'
in the murder of R. A. Stilhvell, were
taken fronf the Wetumpka jail early
J today and lynched. The militia arriv
ed too late.
K. of P. meet this evening.
tailor is absolutel
that I guarantee .t,
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4o OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
Islice Tie lil
Cost I "lMm
SPECIAL MEETING BOARD principal hereof is paid, upon pre-
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION sentation and surrender of the prin-
cipal and interest warrants hereto at-
Be it remembered that at a special 1 tached as they severally, become due.
meeting dulv called and held by the j Said principal and interest warrants
Board of Public Instruction of the j may be presented for registration to
By Ordering Your
PINE OR OAK S2.50 A CORD
WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
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f" DISTINCTIVELY DELIGHTFUL
- "COMFORT FIRST"
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PLANS
Fm WILSON, MGR. T. M. WILSON, PROP.
MsfIom Commty Prodlectt
f "Below we offer our customers a fine list of goo dthings to .eat,
each and every one of which is a Marion county product. -We make
a specialty of Marion county raised goods and buy them from the
country people, whenever they are offered for sale and urge our
customers to use them and patronize and encourage. Home Growing
rind Home Raising.
Marion County Syrup, JJulk, Bottles, Cans.
Marion County Peanut Butter;
Marion County Pure Lard.'
Marion County Creamery Butter.
Marion County Fresh Sausage.
.Marion County Fresh Beef,
v Marion County Fresh Pork.
' Marion County Kraut.
Marion, County Canned Tomatoes.
Marion County Canned String Beans.
Marion County Home Ground Meal.
Marion County Roasted and Ground Coffee.
Marion County Fresh Eggs.
Marion County Grown Pecans.
.Marion County Pickles.
Marion County Toba sco Sauce.
. Marion County Honey.
Marion County Oranges.
Marion County Lemons.
Marion County Grapefruit.
Marion-"County-. Fresh Vegetables.
Marion County Grown Irish Potatoes. v
Marion County Grown Sweet -Potatoes.
Marion County Grown Pumpkins. v
Clarion County Grown Kershaws.
Marion County Grown Feed Corn.
Of course ve have a com plete line of other groceries.
Our store and delivery s ervice is unsurpassed.
CARN -T H O l1 A S COM PA N Y
Telephone 6?T v;
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BflUng Ckrk, Tdcpboas Operator,
c? nay other teiale member cf you?
c2c3. force ttccidai to leave Saturday,
lj havo cs!yto use tha Female Help
Wanted" cr "Eituaticn Wanted Ferxial6"
cohsnm cf 0JR PAPER
to brics en afl-roiresirab!e applicant
for the position bright irA early the oart
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PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR
county cf Marion in the state of
Florida, cn the 28th day of December
A. D., 1014, the following members
were present: W. D. Carn, chairman,
B. R. Blitch, member absent, J. S.
At which meeting the following
proceeds were had relating to the is issuance
suance issuance of funding warrants:
Mr. B. R. Blitch proposed the adop
tion of the following resolution!
was seconded by Mr. Carn and the
motion being then and there
put to a vote of the "ayes" and
"nayes" and the roll being called,
said resolutions were unanimously
adopted by the vote of all the mem members
bers members present voting "aye." The res resolutions
olutions resolutions are in words and figures
I as follows, to wit:
Resolution providing for the issu issuance
ance issuance of Fifteen Thousand Dollars
funding school warrants of the coun county
ty county of Marion, state of Florida, Board
of Public Instruction.
Whereas, there are now outstand outstanding
ing outstanding and unpaid the valid school war warrants
rants warrants drawn upon the treasurer of
Marion county by the Board of Pub Public
lic Public Instruction, aggregating the prin principal
cipal principal sum of Fifteen Thousand Dol Dollars
lars Dollars ($15,000) and with interest now
due thereon amounts to a sum in
excess of Fifteen Thousand Dollars
Whereas, there are now no avail
able funds in the school fund in thfc j
treasury of the county to pay the
same or any port thereof, and it' is
desirable to make provision therefor:
It is therefore now resolved and
ordered by the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction of the county of Marion,
state of Florida, that there be and
there are hereby ordered issued the
obligations of the Board of Public
Instruction of said county, to be evi evidenced
denced evidenced by fifteen (15) principal war warrants
rants warrants drawn upon the treasurer of
said county, in the aggregate amount
of Fifteen Thousand Dollars ($15, ($15,-000)
000) ($15,-000) pursuant to authority given by
law to boards of public instruction,
particularly as authorized by Chap
ter 5390 of the Acts of the Legisla
ture of Florida at its session in
1905, entitled, "An Act authorizing
the county boards of public' instruc instruction
tion instruction to borrow money for the pay payment
ment payment of school warrants when there
are no funds -in the treasury for
such purposes and to pay interest on
such, loans hot to exceed eight per
centum (8) per annum," approved
June, 1905; which warrants when is
sued shall be fifteen (15) in number,
numbered from one to fifteen (1 to
j 15) of the denomination oi one
thousand dollars ($1,000) each, be besides
sides besides semi-annual interest warrants
to be attached. Said warrants shall
be each dated January 2nd," A. D.,
1915 and shall become payable at the
office of the county treasurer in the
city of Ocala, Florida, or at the op
tion o the respective holders, at the
banking, house of the Continental
and Commercial Trust and Savings
Bank, Chicago, Illinois, which princi principal
pal principal warrants shall become due $1,000
January, 1917; $1,000 January 1,
1913; $1000 January 1, 1919; $1000
January 1, 1920; $1000 January 1,
1921; $1000 January 1, 19122; $1000
January 1, 1923; $1000 January 1,
1924; $1000 January 1, 1925; $1000
January 1, 1926; $1000 January 1,
1927; $1000 January 1, 1928; $1000
January. 1, 1929; $1000 January 1,
1930;' $1000 January 1, 1931.
Said principal warrants shall each
bear interest at the rate of six per
cent. (6) per annum, payable semi semiannually
annually semiannually on the first day of January
and of July in each year, from their
date of issuance until the principal
thereof shall be paid, which interest
payments shall be represented by sep
arate warrants, and all of said prin
cipal and interest warrants shall be
payable upon presentation and sur surrender
render surrender of the same in the order in
which they become jdue and payable.
Said principal and interest warrants
shall become payable by the county
treasurer upon their presentation
and surrender to him as they re
spectively fall due, and with neces necessary
sary necessary variations to indicate their re respective
spective respective maturities, numbers, etc.,
shall be in substantially the words
and figures attached to the follow following
ing following certificate, to-wit:
United States of America
State of Florida
County of -Marion
Funding School Warrant Certificate
Know all men by these presents,
That the Board of Public Instruction
of the County of Marion, in the state
of Florida, acknowledges itself to owe
and for value received, herby promi promises
ses promises to pay bearer, on the first day of
January, A. D. 19 the sum of ONE
THOUSAND DOLLARS in lawful
money, of tMe United States of Amer America,
ica, America, with interest thereon at the rate
of six per centum. (6) per annum,
payable semi-annually on the first
day of January and of July, in each
year, from the date hereof until the
tli2 county treasurer, but shall not be
subject to registration until within
thirty (30) days of the time "said
warrants, respectively, fall due, as
above provided. The warrants repre
senting the principal and interest
secretary of the Board of Public
Instruction of Marion County, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. ;
Be it further resolved and ordered, i
that in order to make provision for i
the prompt payment of the principal '.
and interest of the indebtedness in-
curred for the purpose of paying the j
outstanding warrants aforesaid, the j
Board of Public Instruction of said J
' -n r i 1
hereto attached are each payable at county ox .vianon uoes nerecy irte-j
the ofnee of the county 'treasurer of vocably pledge itself to cause to be
Marion county, state of Florida, in levied an annual tax (not, however,
the city of Ocala, Florida, or, at the to exceed seven (7) mills on the dol-
option of the respective holders, at lar annually) on the assessed valua-j
the banking house of the Continental tion of the property oi said county,
and Commercial Trust and Savings and to use all other resources law law-Bank.
Bank. law-Bank. Chicago. Illinois. fully available to the Board of Pub-
Each of the principal warrants He. Instruction in order to make prop-,
hereto attached is. issued by the er provision for the prompt payment
Board of Public Instruction of said of the principal and interest-of the
county to borrow money to pay valid above described warrants,
outstanding school warrants of said The outstanding warrants that are
county, equal in amount to said prin- to be funded and paid by the issu issu-cipal
cipal issu-cipal warrants hereto attached, by ance of the, warrants above provided
virtue and in strict compliance with f or are numbered, dated and payable
the requirements of law, particular- to he persons as follows:
i,r rv,onfQH won nf v.a noi c No. 11612 Mrs. S. A. Blitch
tutes of the State of Florida of 1905, for
entitled "An Act authorizing the No- 11973 Mrs- M- C. Green
county boards of public instruction to fT"
borrow money for the payment of No.1 12572 M. L. Payne,
school warrants when there are no trustee for ..
funds in the treasury for such our- No- B132 M- L- Payne trus
nose. and to pay interest on suchkee fr ....... 3000
I II rn n tl
i II fP!B? m II
loans not exceeding eight per cent-
No. B416 Mrs. A. L. Good-
1 1 j j-
urn (8) per annum," approved Dreu Ior.
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June 1, 1905; and pursuant to reso resolutions
lutions resolutions of the Board of Public In-
izing and directing the issuance of
No. BU7 "WTJ. Edwards for
Proceeds to apply as far as possi-
said funding warrants, all of which ble in the redemption of the above
have been done in all resnects in f ulll re&"iar warranis now ouianuing.
and strict comnliance with the re- e ir lurtner resolved ana order-
quirements of the constitution and ed that the provisions of all reso reso-laws
laws reso-laws of Florida lutions heretofore passed inconsis-
It is herebv certified and -recited. tent Wlth the Provisions of this reso-
that all conditions precedent to the lution be and the same are hereby
lawful issuance of the principal and 80 arnenaea as to agree wiin ine
infArost: wnVmnta l.ArPtn nttnrhpd r.- provisions OI iniS reSOlUTlOn.
nuired hv law to exist- haDDen and
he rfnrmed. do exist and have han- County of Marion
r T T 1 j- j T TT Ti
nened and been in all resnects dulv A ine unaersignea, j. xi. onnbon,
performed; that the total indebted- secretary of the Board of Public In In-nPsa
nPsa In-nPsa of .irl RnnrH nf Puhli. Instruc struction and county superintendent
tion, including the funding warrants of said count do hereby certif v tha
Wptn nttArhpd and the series of the above and foregoing is a true and
warrants of which said warrants are correct copy of a certain resolution
a part, does not exceed any constitu- Pafsed e Koard of ubllc
tional or statutory limitation,, and T C f
i,f fnr ffce nmtnnt. mvmnnt nf the ial meeting duly called and held on
rfnl-tWnf -the full fnith: cred- the 28th day of December A. D.,
x i -- j : m ni j t; i i: n i s
it and resources of said county Board at m,iuc u
of Public instruction have been and sald board were present and said
are hereby irrevocably pledged.
In witness thereof, The Board of
resolutions are now in full force and
Marion, in the state of Florida, has sf nand ?mxea tne seal oi
. .. , the Board of Public Instruction, this
caused these presents to ue seaieai- n
w;tfc tbe nf .M TWrd nf Pub- 28t" daV of December A. D., 1914.
t- t ; i. , 4. J. II. Brinson
v, ii.ci wv.v, te"- li i. J i. r -T..l,1' T
chairman and counter signed by its county upen uuiu ux
secretary, as well as the warrants
hereto attached likewise executed,
this 'second day of January A. D.,
1915. W. D. Carn
struction and Ex-Officio Secretary
of Board of Public Instruction, of
Marion County, Florida.
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Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh.
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
-appropriate for lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, tea and dinner.
- W it b it
Made of the finest
to perfection. The
food, io cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that Naiher
Modem' and Artistic
Chairman of th'e Board of Public In
struction, Marion county, Fla.
Counter signed: J. H. Brinson,
Superintendent and Ex-Officio secre-
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as they cannot
reach tne aiseasea portion oi xne ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by csnstitutional
Ocala Sign C
!tary of the Board of Public Tnstruc- remedies. Deafness is caused by an, JlQJl 33 FJlOUC 317
r?o i inflamed condition of the mucous lin- f
tion, Marion County, Florida.
State of Florida
To the Treasurer of Marion County
Board of Public Instruction
Pay to the order ,of bearer ONE
THOUSAND DOLLARS, on the, first
day of January, A. D., 19 from any
money belonging to the county school
fund, for loan made by Board of
Public Instruction of said county to
pay valid outstanding school war warrants.
rants. warrants. ?
This warrant shall not become sub
ject to registration until within thir
ty days of the above date of pay
Given at the city of Ocala, Florida
this second day of January, 1915.
W. D. Carn.
Chairman county Board of Public In Instruction,
struction, Instruction, Marion county, Florida.
J. H. Brinson,
County Superintendent and Ex-Officio
secretary of Board of Public In
struction, Marion County Florida.
Interest Warant No. 1 $30.00
To the Treasurer of Marion County
Board of Public Instruction
Pay to the order of bearer THIR THIRTY
TY THIRTY DOLLARS, on the first day of
July A. D., 1915, from any money
belonging to the county school fund,
for interest due on loan made by the
oard of Public Instruction of said
county, to pay valid outstanding
school warrants of said Board of
Public Instruction, said interest be
ing due on principal warrant No. 1.
This warrant shall not become sub subject
ject subject to registration until thirty (30)
days of the above date of payment.
Given at the city of Ocala, Florida,
this second day of January, A. D.,
1915 W. D. Carn,
Chairman of county Board of Pub Public
lic Public Instruction, Marion County,
Florida. J. H. Brinson,
County Superintendent and Ex-Officio
inflamed condition of the mucous lin
ing of the austachian tube. When-this j -i
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling j
sound or imperfect hearing, and j f
when it is entirely closed, deafness Xj
is the result, and unless this tube be
restored to its normal condition, ;
""""'fc ..... J . 4 : ...A.-,.
nine cases out of ten are caused by; UAirplIi'Ci. Jliiv
catarrh, which is nothing but an m- j
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give one hundred dol-1 .ract Worn
Gives more and belief
lars for any case of deafness (caused j vor f or tne tnoney than
Dy caiarrn; xnai cannot ue cureu u ,,n,Atn-, fT1 thr r!rv
Hairs Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-
culars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., j
Sold bv druggists, 75c. Toledo O.iD nMA F7?r i
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-awUlU biUUii
Originally a phinese Bird.
Pheasants, nctwithstandinjc' their
aristocratic magnificence of appear appearance,
ance, appearance, readily interbreed vith humbler
kinds of birds, -including the common
barnyard fowl,' the guinea h?n and the
black grouse. English pheasants are
the descendants of Chinese birds,
which, long ago, v.ere brought to
England and crossed either v.ith
grouse or-yith some unidentified na native
tive native species of pheasant, which pos possessed
sessed possessed no great beauty. The descend descendant
ant descendant of a male pheasant and a domes domestic
tic domestic hen is known as a "psro."
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The Oldest Handicraft.
The toy industry is one of the old oldest
est oldest industries in the world. The Brit British
ish British museum can shew us a doll (with
strings of mud beads for hair) and
others with movable arms, with
which the children of ancient Egypt
played on the banks of. the Nile.
Jointed dolls and dolls furniture have
come down to us from the days of
Greece and Rome, and we know that
balls, tops and toy animals were fa favorite
vorite favorite playthings at an even earlier
Pillans Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
Optimistic Thought Thought-Better
Better Thought-Better ask than go astray.
At a Iciest cisy drrz stcrc you may r
tain S. K. F., the famous Mot.nl itr,
and yoa then bare the vri italic- v.i.-.
that makes all blwi troubles vanisa. i
stomach taks kindly to S. fv K., It r.:-
lato your blood, is a purifying v.ar. is.'.'
the liver, kidneys, bladder and fu.ia
in harmony; stops accumulations that I'
caused rheumatism', catarrh, sv.otkn g'.":
sore throat aud, skla eruptions.
Just cs food r.if.'KC? !il x-d, so does H.
follow the process -.l 3igf$tIon to : t.
late natural secret i-.ns t prelect us r:
the ravacs cf c!i- ai-e p'crr:s. We s r r-aware'of
aware'of r-aware'of the fact that tlue pf. pf.-apt
apt pf.-apt to be latent v.-f chirr t'.? t tr-:k i
in Tloicnt crnrtiotis f the s-kin w !!:.
the system is in a hvr stat cf r-i-r.-And
it is to both prevent these er.: i
or to frt rid of thel that Nature p.-t
such an ally as S. S. S, It is p .-'
veritable, contains, no rnerevry. ad r
ovcrconis those terlous trauh'.; f. r
mercury Las b'-en employed for c-.-every
communHy are peon!e v-V. kiv
to be true. They e e to S.
recoTery. (jet a oottie i- -substitutes.
Head the folder or ...:
oottie that tells of the woad-Tf-.:l
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assisting r.-assisting users of K. '5. S For a ?p
book cn blood troubles address Ttva
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
GAT jT j
To Join Our Christmas Club
TMfcl' .LL IKMAXI IT
POSSIBLE TO SEE TOO WELL
Ocala, Like Kieiy Ctiy and Toivn in Mr. Boster Makes Some Observations
! on tne Prevailing Style of the
the Lmon, Receives It. j Large Eye.GIasses.
People with kidney ills want to
be cured. When ona suffers the tor-; "Will you please tell me why people
tures of an aching back, relief is are wearing such terrible looking eye-
1 J Dnnlsii ooVoil Vl ? 3
Therp are many e1i!ae3 uunauajs. "ou
eagerly sought for.
"Specs are bad enough at
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
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.
, T,f11 any time, but the kind so popular now
J. 1110 uavib ... . i n j
brought lasting results to thousands. Jnch and the glasses themselves
Here is some Ocala evidence of their about our times as large as we have
merit. been accustomed to! What's the an-
Mrs. A E. Holly, 113 S. Second 8Wer?
St., Ocala, says: "About three years j "Dopeople see better through these
ago I was having a great deal of j big glasses, or do they wear the things
trouble with my kidnevs, The kid-: to make them look Intellectual? If
ney secretions were scanty and pain-Uhe idea is to make folks look wise
ful in passage. My back was sore ese glasses fulfill their mission, for
. . T they make people look like owls,
and lame and every time I stooped a j Ann Jones! Eye3
catch took me across my lions. My I g,ze Qf & pinhead and glasses to fit
feet and ankles were swollen and the; a glant! However, the things do suc-
flesh underneath my eyes was puffed I cee(j ln makig her look wise, and a
up. I tried several kidney medicines J wonderful Invention they are to have
on1 .o v o n frrL' t Anrfcrt n-roQfH nH nn on rY an effett nn Till V Attn!"
"I don't think these big round speo
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and even took a doctor's prescription.
but nothing did me any good until I
started taking Doan's Kidney Pills.
I improved from the first and was
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for kindey remedy get
tacles are intended to make people
look wise," responded Mrs. Boster.
"There are many eye affections these
days, and the larger the glasses the
larger the lenses, and the more things
are magnified, I suppose.
"Good! exclaimed Boster. "The
rrTe Pil1 tnp. RfWTIP.
Mrs. Holly had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo. X. Y. 2. goods are indeed very, well recom-
I mended. At the same time there is
a disadvantage in seeing too well. Too
"Why does Wombat speak so fre frequently
quently frequently about his wife? He praises
her in the mo3t extravagant terms.
She may be a nice woman, but why
powerful glasses have spoiled many a
love affair and prevented the union
of loving hearts.
"Obfogle was once in love with my
sister, and he couldn't see very well.
Avnrr Vtn. Intn (ho frn VOTO a t fr nil
xno" "Tfa o nttio mm nf hi He thought she was beautiful.
in case she has a dictograph stuck peculiar affection pf, his eyes made
around." Louisville Courier Journal, j
! Vi or annpar tin
to him. She really
wasn't beautiful at all, according to
Had It All Mapped Out. i and never would be.
"You'll have some explaining to do j "Now it happened that Obfogle went
when you get home, won't you?" "No," j over to Germany and was gone a long
replied the member of congress. "I'm time, as lovers usually are ln ro-
not going to explain. I'm going to
let my constituents argue matters out
among; themselves and then take the
mances, and then he came back in the
same romantic way. On his way to
call on my sister when he got back.
side? tiiat seems 'to have the most ad- ne met a friend of my sister's and
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y readers each and every
day of the year, except
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"Chamberlain's Tablets are just
fine' for stomach trouble," writes Mrs.
G. C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. MI was both bothered
ered bothered with this complaint for some
time and frequently had bilious at attacks.
tacks. attacks. Chamberlain's Tablets afforded
me great relief from the first, and
since tskiner one bottle of them I feel
rlike a different person." For sale by
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inquired If Sadie were as beautiful as
"He was told yes, that Sadie Was
just as beautiful as ever no more.
no less. Obfogle had acquired a pair j ,j
of owl spectacles of the ultramodern I y
type. He supposed that if Sadie had
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Miss Louise Gamsby, the iibariaa
in charge of .the library, which-.' noA
has its quarVers in the Marion Count.v
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the ctuntrv people to 'mow that they t
are welcome to e;. me to the library
at any time and read the booTss. Also
that there are a ,'arge 'number,
magazines there to be given out iu
those who wish them, magazines thai
have been iven by different person?
who have finishe:! with them.
looked lovely before her loveliness
would loom up twice as large through
the new and more powerful specs.
"With a smile of anticipation he
came to the house. When Sadie en entered
tered entered the parlor he took a good look
at her and was never seen again just
as they say in story books.
"On the whole, specs are a bad
thing. I hc?3 you and the girls will
not invest in them, even if they are
fashionable at present."
CCDLOEE EE., Proprieiors.
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Got Rare Species of Whale.
While cruising off the coast of Brit British
ish British Columbia recently the whaling
ship White landed a right whale,
which is now very rare, especially in
northern Pacific waters, and one par particularly
ticularly particularly valuable for its bone. It
was the first of its kind captured off
that coast in several "years, and was
valued at $20,000.
Senator Root's Birthplace.
A visit to Senator Root's birthplace
at Clinton, N. Y., and a glimpse of
Hamilton college, so closely identified
with his entire career, throw interest interesting
ing interesting sidelights upon his life stnry.
Schoolmates, were found living at Clin Clinton
ton Clinton who remembered "little Elihu".as
a child and recalled the shrill, high high-pitched
pitched high-pitched voice that today resounds in
the senate chamber. As industrious
then as he is -today, his boyhood
friends insist that he grows more and
more "the very picture" of his noted
father, who belonged to the brilliant
line of American teachers who popu popularized
larized popularized mathematics in the nineteenth
century. Out of his hearing, Prof.
Oren Root was called "Cube Root,"
and one son, Senator Root3 brother,
who succeeded his father as
sor of mathematics, was facetiously
called "Square Root" appropriate
ana yet, iovuig tines iui mcu
nent in the study of mathematics. j?
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(Copyright, 1914, by W. G. Chapman.)
John Barton had fallen in love with
Lucy Dean after the first germs of
his deadly purpose had sowed them themselves
selves themselves in hi3 mind. Once there, they
had taken root and flourished, so that
not even the new interest in his life
could prevent their development.
The idea possessed him, body and
soul. Since boyhood the temptation
had come to him at idle moments
when he was vaguely dissatisfied with
life. But he had always fought it
down and conquered with sheer will
' He knew, however, that the law
could never touch him. He knew that
he could carry out this design with
impunity, holding the harrowing:
knowledge of it In his own soul unUl
the day of discovery.
Love comes unexpectedly enough,
and Barton's soul was torn in twain
after Lucy had promised to be his
wife. Yet, fight as he might, he could
not, withstand the prompting of that
impulse within. He had given rein
to it too long.
He had a month's vacation every
summer. That would be ample Umo
in which to set his purpose, though
his plan would not come to full frui fruition
tion fruition for two or three months longer.
However, It was only necessary tc
start, and, automatically, the train
that he had fired would smolder until,
without intervention upon his part,
the ripe fruits of his enterprise be became
came became manifest.
Barton had rented a little furnished
cottage in a remote, region of tho
Adlrondacks, where his only neigh neighbors
bors neighbors were a few woodmen.
He, made" some miserable excuse to
Lucy to cover his absence for so Ions
a period, and disappeared from the'
haunts of his friends. And, the even evening
ing evening after his departure from the Grand
Central station found him In the little
cottage, alone, staring out moodily
1 across the lake.
The clay-colored chemical which
was so essential a feature of his de design
sign design stood on the x little bare table
In the room which he had selected for
He had the formula calculated to a
nicety. All that was necessary was
time for the chemical combinations to
become permanent and to produce
their rich crop of results. The experi experiment
ment experiment had been performed many times
since man emerged from barbarism, ?
but less and less often as he became
enlightened, and of recent years so
seldom that itsvery infrequency was
John Barton's greatest asset of safety.
It wai cn the fifth morning after his
arrival that he received a letter from
"My dearest John," she wrote,. "I
am becoming very' uneasy about. your
going up to that out-of-the-way place
in the Adlrondacks, where you are
all by yourself. Mother wants you to
come back at ence and spend the rest
of the month with us at Atlantic
"I am greatly concerned about ycu.
dear, and unless- you write ins thot
commg cn tne noxt tram, i
Fhall begin to think you do not love
The sight of Lucy's delicate hand handwriting
writing handwriting brought back to him with a.
rush all the memory of their love love-How
How love-How fond they had been of each oth other!
er! other! How the knowledge that she
J i loved him had temporarily driven the
V fTirmcVit rvf hie nnrnnso. fsnt rf hf
4 mind. And how miserably he h&l
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"When my boy, Ray,"was small he
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wavs alarmed at such times. Cham
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better than any other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick quickly.
ly. quickly. I am never without it in the
house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W. R. Mo Mo-Clain,
Clain, Mo-Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all
"Elihu Root Statesman," by Joe
Mitchell Chappie, in National Magazine.
striven to avoid that insistent tempta-
I ticn that came knocking at his heart!
j But the experiment was under way,
Y 1 and, more, it was succeeding. There
v ::KIKI,ri:.'.:t'!t!'t!I was no doubt of that. Science was in in-'
' in-' J fallible, and her laws absolute. And
he had used only a tenth part of the
Real politeness is. the kindly expres expression
sion expression of a kindly intent. Ill-nature and
politeness are antagonistic -and can-
Representatives J. Hampton Moore
of Pennsylvania and Frank W. Mon Mon-dell
dell Mon-dell of Wyoming are two of the most
inveterate talkers in the house. They
can find a great deal to say on almost
any subject and do. Both sit on the
Republican side of the house, but each
is so eager to spread language .over
the pages of the Congressional Record
that they are constantly getting in
each other's way like two willing boys
trying to help mother.
The other night Moore gave a din dinner.
ner. dinner. Mondell was one of the guests
and was called on for a speech. After
he had been talking for a while a
strange, glad light o'erspread his face j
and he observed grateiuiry to tne
genial and urbane host:
"I, believe this is the first time I
have ever talked when you were pres present
ent present without being interrupted." Ex-
New Facts About Microbes.
It has just been discovered that the
sudden cooling of the atmosphere has
the effect of transporting microbes and
localising them in certain regions. The
cool surfaces attract them from a dis
tance almost instantaneously, the'
smaller being transported farther than i
L. 1 rrt j: i
lua mrgtr ones. i uese uiscuvenea
throw light upon the origin of certain
epidemics, and may be useful in help helping
ing helping us to decide what climates are
the most healthful.
Letter of the Law.
The little stenographer had been
typewriting so steadily all day that
at bedtime her tired brain kept work working
ing working in the same way, and she found
clay-colored chemical, with Its faint
aromatic smell, so subtle an agent
In his great task, and yet apparently
John answered Lucy's letter, excus excusing
ing excusing himself on the ground that he
needed perfect rest, and remained In
Then the day of decision dawned.
Thre was a letter from Lucy. John
could hardly steady his fingers to
tear it open.
"My dear. John," it began, "since re receiving
ceiving receiving your lastv letter I have felt
very much hurt at your refusal to
spend your holiday with us. I hoped
that you would write again, and I
have waited every day to hear from
you. I was too proud to answer you.
But now. dear John, I have corao
herself murmuring: "Capital Our to the conclusion that you could not
not dwell together for
same individual. Politeness in its
genuine essence contributes toward
the well being of all. even to long life;
while impoliteness and irascible tem temper
per temper may shorten life.
All ladies and gentlemen are earn earnestly
estly earnestly requested to give Mrs. F. W.
Whitney, the expert at the Persian,
107 Oklawaha avenue, just one trial
and be convinced of her merit as a
cleanser and dyer. 12-21tf
Activities cf Women.
Over eight thousand women are en engaged
gaged engaged in commerciarl pursuits in Eng England
land England and Wales.
Pennsylvania has nearly fifty thou-
sand girl workers between the age of
sixteen and twenty.
Many Japanese women earn their
living by working in the fields and
on the docks.
Mrs. Margaret Cherdron, who two
years ago was the Taft elector from
Utah, is a candidate for the state sen senate
ate senate in that state.
The Kingdom of Saxony takes first
place as an industrial state iu Ger Germany,
many, Germany, andin 1912 had 806,408 work
ers, of whom 276,710 were women.
Queen Mary of England is doing ner
share in the present war by helping
to knit 30,000 pairs of socks, which
are needed bv the Br'tirh soldiers.
space capital Father comma (Gcod
ness! what am I saying?)' So Ehs
conscientiously began again. But, in
spite of her efforts, the prayer ended
with "Capital Amen period and
a sleepy, apologetic giggle.
"What!" cried the mistress to her
new maid, whom she had found, sit-1
ting down in the library with her
hands folded. "Here you are sitting
down! Why, you were sent in here
to dust the room!" "Yes, ma'am,"
was the girl's reply, "but I have lost
the duster, and so I am sitting on each
of the chairs in turn!"
Bennie's mother found the young youngster
ster youngster fastening bits of candle to the
backs of the geese. "What in the
world are you doing child?" she
asked. "They've got honkers in
front," said Bcnnie, "so I'm fixing
them up wifi tail lights." Youngs Youngs-town
town Youngs-town Telegram.-
have treated me thns unless some something
thing something serious were the matter. And
so mother and I are coming up to
Cranberry Lake 'to see you. We shall
start tomorrow, and the day after ycu
receive this, we shall be at your sta station.
tion. station. I hope you will meet us there,
John, and remove my suspense and
And now the die was cast, and ther
man's struggle between love and the
dreadful task to which he had set him himself
self himself was renewed more acutely than
ever. None can know what a mental
struggle he endured during the rest
of that day. For, if he destroyed the
results of his experiment he knew
that he could not nerve himself to be begin
gin begin anew.
But the thought of Lucy conquered.
As the gray dawn came stealing Into
his room, after a sleepless nigut, John
emptied the clay-cclored fluid out of
the window. Then, taking a razor
from the bottom of his bag, desper desperately,
ately, desperately, wildly, he shaved off his mustache.
OCALA EVENJNG STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
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It the United States refused to
sell supplies to the warring nations,
as some cranks advise, the 'first peo people
ple people to suffer would be some millions
of .women and children.
The Calmucks, a Tartar nation of
Siberia, have offered half a million
men to the Russiah army. They are
Asia, and as fighters class with, the
North American Sioux.
' The American government, in con;
. sidering German's complaint that
dumdum bullets were being manufac manufactured
tured manufactured in this country for use by allied
armies,, had had a j number of the
' said bullets examined, and finds that
So far from invading Egypt; the
Turks seem to be in doubt about
their ability to keep their own cap capital.
ital. capital. The fortifications of the Dard Dardanelles
anelles Dardanelles are powerful, put the allies
-are able to land troops on the south
roast of the Gulf of Saros and take
the fortifications in the rear.
Even the cross-eyed girls of Jpy
ous Jacksonville are more beautiful
than those of any other town. The
reason they are cross-eyed is their
eyes are so pretty they are trying; to
Jjook at each other. Sunshine De--partment
If there was any truth in this, all
the pretty girls in Ocala would have
been cross-eyed years ago.
'Outside of the Jacksonville Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union and Governor Colquitt, of
Texas, President Wilson seems to; be
pleasing the. bulk of the people of
the United States, regardless of par parity,
ity, parity, better than any of his predeces predecessors,
sors, predecessors, in the matter of keeping this
country at peace with the world
without any sacrifice of its dignity or
rne jusl ngnts oi us peopie. utKe utKe-1
1 utKe-1 land Telegram.
Seems like the Telegram has also
noticed the T.-U.'s disposition ... to
find fault with Wilson.
It is reported from Syria that the
Turkish soldiers of the army intended
to invade Egypt are .committing
frightful atrocities on the helpless
inhabitants, thousands of whom are
fleeing to the seaports in hope of pro protection
tection protection from foreign warships.. As
all the other powers are at war, there
are no neutral vessels in those wat waters
ers waters except Italians and Greeks (al (almost
most (almost regarded as enemies) and the
American cruisers, North Carolina
Rumors; of Russia concluding
peace with Germany and Austria are
again in circulation. It is reported
that the terms offered to Russia are
several Black Sea ports and free pas
sage of the Dardanelles. ; Servia : is
also to withdraw from the war ,with a
slice of Bosnia and a port on the Ad
riatic Sea. Turkey is to be repaid by
being put in full control of Egypt. It
sounds alluring, but will hardly work.
Russian4 will never be sure of a free
passage of the Dardanelles unless
she controls atleast one shore of the
The danger lo British shipping is
shown by the sinking of the For Formidable,
midable, Formidable, far down the English chan channel,
nel, channel, and over 300 miles from the
nearest German : naval base. The
submarine or submarines that tor torpedoed
pedoed torpedoed the Formidable passed the
straits of Dover and ran along 200
miles of French or English coast. It
besrins' to look like there is some
clanger that the German submarines
will' become so thick in the channe
that troop and provision ships can't
pass between England and France
and that would cripple the allies
more than almost anything else that
might happen. ;
Ex-President Taf t, Saturday told
the Senate committee working on
the administration bill for enlarging
Philippine independence that the Fil Filipinos,
ipinos, Filipinos, in his opinion, would be unfit
ted .for self-government for the nex
thirty years probably for the half
century. ; Democratic party prom promises
ises promises of independence, he declared,
had resulted in unrest, to which he
attributed in a measure the recent
revolutionary disturbances. Mr. Taft
as second class matter.
One year- in advance...
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance.
seems to think we should hold the
islands until the Filipinos are edu educated
cated educated up to the point of conducting
their own government. The Star has
never seen why the Americans are
under any more obligation to educate
the Filipinos than they are to edu educate
cate educate the Arabs or. Solomon islanders.
As Tom Reed sensibly said, its none
of our; business to furnish canned
freedom to barbarous peoples. Wewe11 known and much beloved
lack a whole lot of educating our
own people, and until that is done we
had better stick to our own contin continent..
OCALA SCHOOLS OPEN AGAIN
-v ,: v r v ; r"
After enjoying the Christmas holi holidays,
days, holidays, the teachers and pupils of the
Ocala schools returned this morning
to their studies. All the teachers and
nearly all the scholars answered the
call to books, the places of the few
absentees being more than filled by
several recruits. ;
' What made the occasion specially
notable was that the primary school
and the North Ocala school were able
to open in their own buildings, the
former not having been repaired and
the latter not completed when the
fall term opened.
Although they have been comfort
ably and commodiously quartered in
the high school basement, the teach teachers
ers teachers and pupil s of the primary school
felt almost i like they had escaped
from prison when they' went into
heir own building, which has been
so greatly enlarged h and improved
that it is better than new. The im improvement
provement improvement consists in four big rooms,
two up 1 and two down stairs, various
cloak; rooms and closets to go with
them, a neat and roomy office for the
superintendent, a 'basement room for
the furnace and boiler that- furnish
the heat, putting in windows on the
south side, raising the t roof and a
general betterment of the building in
light and good looks. The building
is large enough for some time to
come. The two new rooms ,up stairs,
one on the east and one oh the west,
are unfinished and unoccupied, the
board having put them on to main maintain
tain maintain the symmetry of the building,
knowing they will be needed in a few
years, but they are nicely floored, and
well lighted, and will be a great help
now in various ways; one being as
play rooms in rainy weather. The
building is steamheated, has the new
scientific drinking k fountains, has
plenty of light and ventilation and is
a credit to the city. .;v Miss Nellie
Stevens, the principal, is very proud
of the building- in general and her
neat, new office in particular; also of
the fine record for health the primary
department is making. Her assist
ants are Miss Fannie Clark,, advanced
girls ; beginners, Mrs. Evans and
Miss Marsh; advanced first boys,
Miss Lula Griffin; second grade, Miss
Edith Griffin; third grade boys, Miss
Marcella McLean; third grade girls,
Mrs. Maud Rochford. ;
The North Ocala new schoolhouse
is a very neat building, set up on a
hill, and a good advertisement for the
city. The ; teachers are Misses Ella
Mendenhall and Collie Clark, and
they have some fifty or sixty young youngsters
sters youngsters in their charge. The house is
two stories, of which one is now suffi sufficient,
cient, sufficient, so the second has been left un unfinished.
finished. unfinished. The schoolhouse is a hand handsome
some handsome building, and as soon as the
grounds are put in shape it will be a
pride and a pleasure not only to the
section but the entire town. Ben
Seymour deserves the thanks of the
school district for his public spirit in
giving it such a nice lot.
The boards of commissioners and
public instruction are in session to today,
day, today, winding up the year's business.
Some changes will be made. Of the
commissioners, Messrs. Carmichael,
Henderson, Watkins and Davis will
retire. Their places will be taken by
Messrs. Carn, Hutchins, Pyles and
Fort. The only change in the school
board will be the retirement of Mr.
Carn, who will be succeeded by Mr.
The Star has received a great
many compliments on its "Forecast
for Nineteen-Fif teen" editorial; of
Dec. 31. The article was written at
the Star's request by our young fel-
low citizen, Mr. Louis H. Chazal, and
it was. our desire to credit him with
it at the time, but he modestly de declined.
clined. declined. The compliments received for
it, however, make us feel that it is
right to disclose the author's name
without his permission. Mr. Chazal,
after several years work on the Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia S. C, State, one of the most
carefully edited papers in the South,
has left the 'newspaper profession
for the real estate business. Its the
Star's opinion, however; that he be belongs
longs belongs in journalism and should return
to it. He has high ideals, knows news
when he sees it, and can express him himself
self himself in correct and concise English.
He might not make as much money in
the newspaper business but that is
where he belongs.
TO GENERAL LONG
The funeral of Gen. Henry W.
Long at Martel Sunday was one of
the most largely attended ever seen
in this part of the state. All the
neighbors of the deceased were, pres present,
ent, present, wjth a large 'delegation from
Ocala and many from all over the
county, for the good old man was
Present in force were the members
of the St. Johns Methodist churcK
and Sunday school and Friendship
Lodge F. & A. M., of all of which he
was an honored and useful member
for many years. In attendance from
other parts of the county were mem members
bers members of the Ocala lodges Royal Arch,
F..& A. M. and the Eastern Star, a
strong delegation from John M. Mar Martin
tin Martin Camp Sons of Confederate Vet Veterans,
erans, Veterans, including General Long's com comrades,
rades, comrades, Colonel Martin and Mr. F. E.
Harris,, besides Commander Harriss,
Adjutant Gary and others. A num number
ber number of Confederate veterans were in
attendance, all in act that knew of
the funeral and could reach Martel
The services began in the church,
which was filled to overflowing with
many standing outside. Presiding
Elder Bridges officiated and preach preached
ed preached a sermon telling of the1 well-spent
life of the departed and the precious
treasure in memory he left .behind.
After the sermon, all the neighbors
came forward and passed the casket
fori a parting look at the features of
their honored friend. Then the Mas Masons,
ons, Masons, under the direction of Worship Worshipful
ful Worshipful Master tl. Y. Miller of Friendship
Lodge, took charge, escorted the re
mains to their last resting place and
laid them away with the imposing
ceremonies of their great order.
The funeral arrangements were in
personal charge of Mr. D. E. Mclver,
a fellow-Mason and friend for many
years of General Long.
So passes to his reward a man
whose lif ehas been honorable and
useful to himself, his relatives and
friends and all the state of Florida.
ODD FELLOWS INSTALLATION
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
will hold its semi-monthly installation
of officers at tomorrow night's meet meeting'.
ing'. meeting'. v . -
After the installation the members
wilLadjburn to Dewey's cafe and par par-take
take par-take of an oyster supper, which has
now become almost an annual event
with the Ocala Odd Fellows.
It is. desired to have all members
in the city present and any "three
link" visitors in town are also spe specially
cially specially invited to join in the features
of the evening.
We h&ve been requested to admon admonish
ish admonish all members to be on hand and the
incoming noble grand assures those
who attend that no one will be allow allowed
ed allowed over fifteen minutes in which to de deliver
liver deliver his salutatory speech, so there
will be no extra late session.
THE RETIRING REGISTRAR
The Palatka lews pays the follow
ing deserved tribute to Mr. Chubb:
"Henry S. Chubb, the retiring reg registrar
istrar registrar of the United States land office
in Florida, will probably move from
his old office headquarters in Gaines
ville to his splendid grove properties
in Orange county, where he will take
up the life of a private citizen among
neighbors with whom he has always
stood high just as he stood officially
during all the years of his adminis
tration of the affairs of the land of office.
fice. office. Mr. Chubb as an official was a
man who looked carefully after the
public interests, and in the adminis administration
tration administration of the land office he has a re
cord for efficiency that is a matter of
pride to the people of Florida. He is
the undisputed leader of the republi
can party in this state, and should his
party come back into power it is more
than likely that Mr. Chubb will be
looked to more than to any other one
man for the bestowal of party patron
age in this state."
The new Seaboard schedule went
into 'effect today. The limited now
runs between Jacksonville and St
A large load of pine or oak wood
for $1. J. M. Potter, phone 15M. 4-6t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Albert Hough Sentenced to the Pen
itentiary for the Remainder of
When the circuit court convened
this morning the roll call of jurors
for the week was ordered, and all
answering to their names, the court
excused them until 1 o'clock this
Albert Hough, who Christmas was
found guilty of the murder of his
wife, was brought into court, and
after asking him whether he had
any reason to offer why the sentence
of the law should not be passed on
him, and receiving a reply of "No,"
Judge Bullock in the following lan
guage sentenced him to life impris
An Impressive, Sentence
"In passing the sentence which the
aw attaches for the commission of
the crime of which : you have been
convicted, I-express to you my sin sincere
cere sincere sympathy in this hour of your
"The agony that you must have
suffered in passing this ordeal is
great indeed, and I would not add one
iota to your already crushing bur
den by reviewing, even briefly, the
circumstances culminating in this
fearful tragedy. If possible I prefer
to lift the shadow of the dark cloud
of gloom and show you the silver lin lining
ing lining of hope on the innerside. Ellen
T. Fowler has said that
The innerside of every cloud is bright
And I always turn my clouds about
And wear them inside out to show the
'Thirty years ago, the demon alco
hol plunged its poisonous fangs deep
into your youthful system where the
evil seed took root in fresh ground
and brought forth a yield of a thou
sand fold and its hideous offspring
has held its onward march of pro
gress as it ruthlessly brushed aside
the kindly admonition of loving
friends and spurned with contempt
the assistance of a devoted brother,
humiliated your little son in the
presence of carousing reprobates un until
til until at last its hideous form invaded
the sacred precints of a home adorn
ed with the perfection of God's handi
work and sweetened and blessed with
the fragrance of five that 'of such is
the kingdom of heaven' and trans
forming you from a natural to an un
natural man and halting only when it
had snatched from, your own loving
embrace that one whom you have
characterized as the dearest and
sweetest thing on earth and whom
the angels will be proud to welcome.
Take courage, Mr. Hough, in the fact
that it was not 'you,, but the demon
alcohol within you that acted. Go
forth with the resolve that "My bus
iness is not to make myself, but to
make the absolute best of what God
"Remember, that a certain amount
of opposition is a great help, to a
man. 'Kites rise against and not
with the wind Above all duties
which you owe, 'it is an everlasting
duty to be brave.'"
"Whatever other misfortunes may
have overtaken you in life's battle,
this misfortune affords you an op
portunity for emancipation from a
master vhose baleful influence you
have, apparently, been unable to cope
with. Your old life time enemy al
cohol is now chained and fettered so
that he cannot assault you and you
freed from his dominating evil in
fluence; and this fact is the inner
lining of the dark cloud now hovering
"After all, Mr. Hough, may the
finger of time so guide and direct you
in your future course of life that
there may be a final meeting in the
great beyond with that angel that has
preceded you and that you may then
crown her lovely brow with a wreath
of white roses that required her life
to produce. f
"The sentence of the law is that
you Albert Hough be imprisoned by
confinement at hard labor in the
state prison for the term of your life,
without solitary confinement."
Marcus Fore, a white man, who
pleaded guilty of larceny was sen sentence
tence sentence to two years in the state pris prison.
on. prison. Charles Brown, a colored boy, who
pleaded guilty to the charge of steal stealing
ing stealing a horse was sent to the state
reform school for two years.,
Bert Palacias Ruf us Powell, a white
boy, who was implicated with Brown
in the horse stealing case, also plead
ed guilty. He said that he had made
his escape from the Kentucky reform
school some time ago, and Judge
Bullock postponed sentence until the
Kentucky authorities can be heard
from', stating that if that state would
send for Powell and return him to
serve his old sentence, he would be re released
leased released from the charges against him
The jury for i the week is as fol follows:
lows: follows: T. J. Kemp, I. C. Ellis, F. H. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, G. S. Davis, H. C. Waters, James
Hall, W. T. Strickland, S. H. Walkup,
DON'T YOU NEED
"ACCURACY" IS THE FIRST QUALITY THE WATCHES
AND CLOCKS WE HANDLE MUST POSSESS. "PUNCTUAL "PUNCTUALITY"
ITY" "PUNCTUALITY" IS THE ONE BEST LESSON TO TEACH YOUR CHILDREN.
OUR ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET THEM TO SCHOOL
ON TIME. GIVE YOUR LITTLE BOY OR GIRL A NEW
WATCH. NO PRESENT CAN PLEASE THEM SO MUCH.
DONT YOU REMEMBER HOW PROUD YOU WERE OF YOUR
FIRST WATCH? .WE HAVE MANY MODELS WHICH, THOUGH
SOLD FOR LITTLE MONEY, WILL KEEP THE RIGHT TIME.
A. E. BURNETT REL
Win 7tt rn
Th TP TT 1
Operated under the auspices of the" Board of;
Public Instruction for Marion ctnty pupils atteud-!
ing Ocala schools.
. With Modern Conveniences
. ... Board and;Loi!Qing $3-25 per Wed? ;
The Dormitory is in charge ofMrs. D.M. Roberts,
who has been engaged for years in this work. For
fur tlier information, address
MRS. D. M. ROBERTS or J. H. BRINSON
JAMES AUSTIN -MORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P Ocala, Florida
L. B. Hall, J. W. Hewitt, Jake Mc Mc-Credie,
Credie, Mc-Credie, L. T. Hickson, John Gran
tham, W. B. Boyt, W. F. Granger, j
Stewart Ramey, J. W. Dean C. E.!
Several petty cases are set for trial
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
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
FOUND Christmas, on Main street,
box containing lady's hat, lace, veil,
etc. Owner can have same by
proving property, etc. The Star
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 SALTS Sawed ceaar posts, all
neart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River. Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT A house on Wratula
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 ts Millinery
WANTED Position. Reliable young
man of 28, experienced in both
salesmanship and office work, de desires
sires desires a position of some kind at
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once. Best of references. Addre: Addre:-Care
Care Addre:-Care Box 315. 2-Ct
FOR SALE Several slightly u?ed
dressers and washstand3 at less
than half price; get these and rent
that extra room. E. C. Jordan &
Co., 213 W. Broadway. Phone 10. Ct
FOR RENT Three five-room
tages between the Ocala high school
and primary school buildings. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. R. T. Weaver at millin
ery store. j 1-1-Ct
FOR SALE Litter of bull pups for
sale, sired by Carmichael's Joe, out
of Edna, granddaughter of Colby's
Pincher: now ready to shin. E. C.
Beuchler, Gainesville, Fia. l-2t
FOR .RENT On first floor, three
connecting rooms; hall, piazza;
electric lights and water; 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
condition and cheap for cash. Apply
at this office. 2-12t
UNDERTAKERS and EHBAltlESS
Floe Caskels and Cons! Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Emhal Emhal-mers
mers Emhal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
. PHONES 1
D. E. McIVER 1GS
C T. ROBERTS 333
Undertaking OGce .13
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any iUr.13 for this department, call 'phona' 10G)
officers for the ensuing year, which
resulted in the re-election of all of
the present officers, namely: Mrs.
Julia Haisley, president; Mrs. H. Har Harold,
old, Harold, vice president; Mrs. 'C. I- Bittin Bittin-ger,
ger, Bittin-ger, secretary, and Mrs. B. A. Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, treasurer. Delegates to attend
the annual meeting in Miami next
week will be appointed later.
Statement of Condition
CIIMCIM. -UK OF OCALA S
Miss Mary Ervin, Who has been en-', Misses Katharine and Mildred Pyles,
joying a luuuigni, w 7 e iT c FaRnie r. Garv Missionary Society
mother, Mrs. M. E. Ervin, returned, Woodrow, Sarah Spencer, Gladys j uU-'nfPmp
to Clearwater today.
Miss Musie Bullock i3 "''spending
Martin, Irma lilake, Annie Moore-
head, Rexie Todd, Sarah Gross;
Messrs. Leslie and Pat Anderson, Wil-
the holidays in Gainesville, Ga., the j liam Camp, Earl Hall, W. M. Martin,
guest of her cousin, Mr. Rufus Wa Waterman
terman Waterman and family. Miss Bullock
will return to her studies at Dem Dem-orestGa.,
orestGa., Dem-orestGa., today.
Robert MacKay, John Tarver, Roy
Carn, Cameron Gamsby and Brant Brantley
ley Brantley and Paul Weathers.
Woman's Club Meeting
ed Friday f rop few days visit to
Mrs. S. A. Woods inLteLand, was
given T.uesday; afternoon by her hostess.
From Citra, Fla., comes the an-!
.nouncemenv oi uie lormtumiug
riage of Henry Allison Wartmann,
who has many, friends here, made
when he was attending the Univer
sity of. Georgia, and Miss Louise
Hampton, of Fordyce, Ark., which
event takes place Tuesday in For Fordyce.
dyce. Fordyce. Mr. Wartmann is a brother of
Mrs. Eugene Cox of West' End, and
has often visited here. Miss; Flora
May Bridewell, formerly of Atlanta,
.will be a bridesmaid, and was ?among
the guests attending the announce announcement
ment announcement dinner given by the bride's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. John R. Hampton. There
-will be a large wedding party hi at
tendance, and later the:::ri Te; -and
hridegroom will go to Florida isorts.
They will go to housekeeping in Cit-
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cross i of
.LjWVIS, -AVrtliOClo, iiinua Vi.j., fxjt.
Tlrs. B. B. Baum, are stopping at the
Empire for a 4w days. Mr,.Cros3 is
a Kansas farmer and rpends his ;win ;win-ters
ters ;win-ters in Florida.
Terrell Barco, an accomplished
young Tampan, is leaving this morn morning
ing morning for Gainesville to resume his
studies in the law department of the
University of Florida. Mr. Barco was
graduated from the college of liberal
arts in 1910, after which he went; into
the U. S. army, accepting a post, in
the Philippine, Islands as lieutenant.
IMany friends anil old classmates in
this city are watching the progress
j-fc-t3 Hie oroor with mrorpcr i nmnn
Tribune. : ":' '"' ' 1
Mr. Barco is, a nephew of Mrs. W.
K. Zewadswki and Mrs. J. W. Hood
of this city.
Miss Annie Sharp, a member of
the Washington Seminary, faculty,
will return to Atlanta tomorrow, after
enjoying a. holiday visit with her
aunt, Mrs. J. H. McClymonds.
Mrs. John Dozier returned today
from a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Slyvan McElroy in Orlando. .. v
Mrs. W.i K. Zewadski, ,.-;Jr., and
young son who have been Christmas
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewad Zewadski,
ski, Zewadski, r., left yesterday for their home
in Tampa. . : -.. ...
The Tuesday afternoon auction
club will meet tomorrow with Miss
. Kathleen Jackson.
Miss Marcella McClane resumed
her duties at the primary school this
morning,1 returning yesterday from a
fortnight visit to her home at Pan Pan-asoffkee.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt spent several
days last week at Crystal River, the
guest of Mrs. J. B. Wills.
Messrs. Max and Charlie Fishel, of
Wildwood, and Bushnell, respectively,
were guests over Sunday of their pa parents,
rents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel.
The first meeting in the series of
prayer meetings being held this week
by the Fannie R. Gary Missionary
Society was at the home of the pres president,
ident, president, Mrs. W. T. Gary. The study
of "Western Women in Eastern
Lands," was begun and proved very
interesting. Several beautiful musi-
The -first meeting of the Woman's j cal nTuTmbers were given by Mrs. Hor-
ace ninton, accompaiueu uy iurs.
L. Izlar and greatly enjoyed.
The meeting on Tuesday afternoon
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Paul Durand in the first ward near
Misses Edith and Lula Griffin, re returned
turned returned yesterday from, Sneeds, where
they spent their fortnight vacation;
Col. and Mrs. R. F. Rogers have
been enjoying a visit from their son
and. daughter-in-law, Sir. and Mrs.
George F. Rogers, of Jacksonville. Mr.
Rogers rteurned home yesterday, and
Mrs. Rogers will leave for home later
in the week.
. Mrs. W. Wolf and Miss Rose Wolf
have returned from a New Year vis visit
it visit to friends in Jacksonville.
Mr. Arthur Williams, of Murdock,
was a week end visitor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A,; Goin returned
this morning from Homosassa, where
they motored Thursday to visit Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Williams. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Williams
and Miss Marie Williams who return returned
ed returned home this afternoon.
Club for the new year was held Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Jan. 2nd, at 3:15 o'clock, at
the club house, the president, Mrs.
C. R. Tydings presiding.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved. Of the
committees, Mrs.s W. A. Goin, custo custodian,
dian, custodian, reported an expenditure of $4
and collections of $96.50 from the
rentals. Mrs. G. J. Blitch of civics,
reported that much of the success of
the municipal Christmas tree was
I due the members of her committee
who supported her loyally. Mr. Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Frank contributed the material
for the suit worn by Santa Claus and
a motion was made and carried tha
he be sent a vote of thanks from tlx
club. Mrs. Jack Camp moved that
the civic committee be given a vote
or tnanKs tor tne great creait it .r
fleeted on the club by giving tile
Christmas tree. The motion was ca
ried. ; '' : ; ; ; :. : :
The president announced that th
forestry committee would give a
play, "The Old Maids' Convention,"
at the Temple on the evening of
January 15 and the proceeds would
be divided with the building commit committee.
tee. committee. Mrs. H, C. Dozier of health, re reported
ported reported a balance of $13.50. Mrs. H.
C. Groves of the study class, reported
a large and interesting class. Mrs.
B. H. Seymour, correspondent secre
tary, solicited subscriptions for the
federation magazine ; and reported
that forty members had paid dues,
$65" had been turned ovor to the
treasurer," $15 taken in that after
noon and a balance on hand of $7.50.
The report was accepted.
The treasurer, Mrs. J. D. Robert Robertson,1
son,1 Robertson,1 reported a balance ; of $246.80.
The report v iis liltd. ; ?
Mrs. Jack Camp, of building com com-mittee,
mittee, com-mittee, asked for contributions for
the": building funH.ltfrs7 B. T Per Perdue
due Perdue reported the sale of $16.55 worth
of red cross seals. ;
Vednesday, Jan. 27th, the club
will celebrate its sixth birthday an anniversary
niversary anniversary with an afternoon and eve evening,
ning, evening, party, to, which the general pub public
lic public will be, invited.
The program for the afternoon was
in charge of the study class and be before
fore before Mrs. Groves took charge, the
president presented to the club a
handsome1, portrait of the late Mrs
D. W. Davis, who was the beloved
chairman of the study class for sev sev-eral
eral sev-eral years. f f:-::.M ?v.; : :- ;; ; i"r-.
The first number on the program
was a vocal solo, "Till) I Wake," by
Miss Marguerite Porter, accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by Mrs. J. K. Dickson on the
piano. 'That was followed by a piano
selection, "Veid Dances," by Miss El Ellen
len Ellen Clarkson. Mrs. F. R. Bridges
gave an interesting reading v from
Shakspere's Julius Caesar, reading a
portion of, the interview between Por Portia
tia Portia and Brutus in the orchard.
The concluding number was Chop Chopin's
in's Chopin's ; "March Funebre," an instrumen instrumental
tal instrumental selection rendered by Miss Gertie
' It Avas moved and carried that a
vote of thanks be sent the library for
a contribution of 1 several hundred
magazines to the social service com committee.
mittee. committee. i .- ;
&t an executive board meeting held
before the business meeting bills
were ordered paid, Mrs. J. H. Hill
was elected a member and the club
At the Close of Business December
Loans and discounts..
Bonds .. ........
Banking house and lot. .
Other real estate
Furniture and fixtures...'
Cash on hand and due
To a Person Who Prides
Himself on Sis Appearance
Cleah, Fresh, WelbLaundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business
! Ocaia Stesun Lannc!?y.
j iit-40-l S. Main Street
the Anthony road. The leader will be
Mrs. S. A. Stanley and will be a mem memorial
orial memorial meeting to the late Dr. Willing Willing-ham,
ham, Willing-ham, secretary of the Foreign Mis
sionary Board of the Southern Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Convention.
All women members of the Baptist
church and their friends are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to be present.
Capital stock ......
Surplus and profits
Reserve for taxes
Deposits . .......
Itmrec from a Motoring Trip
Mrs. Maude Home and .. son, Mr.
Norman Home, Mrs. J. M. Mixon and
son, Mr. Walter Jrxon, of Williston,
sister and nephewfoIrs. Home, con concluded
cluded concluded yesterday a twelve hundred
mile motoring trip, thir itinerary in including
cluding including Daytona, itusville, West
Palm Beach, Miami, St. Augustine,
Jacksonville, Starke ai d other places.
ITami they were uests of Mrs.
Mixon 's son, Mr. RoVert Mixon, and
at seven 1 of the other places they
ed delegates at a vestry meeting held
this morning, will leave early Satur
day morning for Miami to attend the
convocation. Bishop Weed is to
preach the opening sermon on Sun
day morning and Bishop Mann will,
deliver his first annual address as
Bishop of Southern Florida that eve evening.
ning. evening. Monday the 11th, the 32nd an
nual meeting of the Woman's Auxil Auxiliary"
iary" Auxiliary" will be held, Mrs. Cameron
Mann, president, presiding.
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Eastern Star Sewing Circle
The Eastern Star sewing circle
jwill meet with Mrs. Lewis Yonce
visited reUives. The trip; was made Wednesdav afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
in Mrs. Hor car. and no accidents A'll members are urged to attend as
were eiicountered, save two punc-jthis will be a business meeting.
tures. The party is charmed with
the beauties of Miami and the road
from there to Daytona. For miles
they motored through fields of pine pineapples,
apples, pineapples, near Fort Pierce, and in the
Titusville section the citrus groves,
they think, have no equal. No rains
marred the pleasure of the trip ex
cept the day they started, : Saturday
week, and the roads were s excellent
save from Daytona to St. Augustine
and Baldwin to Highland. In the
first stretch five touring cars stuck
were passed and the road was most mostly
ly mostly under water in the other stretch.
On the v return trip Mr. Home drove
from Miami to Daytona, & distance
of 265 miles, in one day. Mrs. Home
is one of Ocala's most enthusiastic
motorists and is planning now a de delightful
lightful delightful trip for next summer. At
Williston yesterday Mrs. Home was j The members of the North Ocala
joined by her mother, Mrs. Edwards jchurch will give an oyster supper to to-ahd
ahd to-ahd her three small daughters who morrow evening beginning at 5
The Ladies' Library Association is
very grateful to Mr. L. N. Long for
the use of the Ocala Bouse recep reception
tion reception room for the New Year tea giv
en Friday afternoon J to Fire Chief j
Chambers and his boys for the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful ferns used in the decorations,
and to all others who assisted in
making the tea a success. Mr. Long
is one of ttie city's most public spir spirited
ited spirited and generous citizens and in as assisting
sisting assisting the different organizations in
raising funds to carry ) on their
work he has won for himself and his
hotel an enviable place in the hearts
of Ocalans. ;
-C fc i IllSl I I ,0a fATons wa;vtex for
l 'K VtQd9oa t'f ill W I if! 'I r'f cn !:f Pfrrerr teiul, j
nq aapjo ipgoi- iivr t It 11 9 I a; CO S3 S?dye-;7lcfe. c; a
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JACKSON VILLE; CHICAGO ooci ST. LOUIS
Re-Established January 6, 191a
IN NORTH OCALA
have been visiting relatives.
Tea for Miss Stewart"
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wilson will have
as their guest, for the next few
weeks, Mr. Wilson's mother, Mrs. J.
C. Wilson bf Ahniston, Ala., and his
sister, Mrs. E. M. Whiteside of Tus Tuscaloosa,
caloosa, Tuscaloosa, Ala. They will arrive to tomorrow.
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. G. D.
Washburn. Let everyone attend and
spend a pleasant time and enjoy a
Complimentary to her lovely young good supper and help a worthy insti-
cousin, Miss Mary Stewart, Miss Jo Josephine
sephine Josephine Bullock will be hostess to a
charming tea Friday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, to which she has invit invited
ed invited a large number of friends.
9:35 AM Lv. .Jacksonville. .
8:03 PM Ar. ; .Atlaon. .
5:08 PM Ar. .... .Macnta. f . ;
12:13 AM Ar. .' ........ Chattanooga
4:50 AM Ar. ........... .Nashville..
9 :28 AM Ar. ...... Evansyille .
:35 Pm Ar ................ .Chicago.
. .....Ar 7:30 PM
. Lv 11: 45 AM
..Lv 8:35 AM
.............. Lv 4:37- A!.
Lv 12:10 AM
.....:....Lv 7:30 PM
...Lv 11:30 AM
2:59 PM Ar.....
.......St. Louis ............Lv 2:5 PM
The following boys and girls left
yesterday and today for school :
endorsed the 'Maxwell Motor Car
Company's plans for making a place
in the automobile world for ,women
There being no further business
the club adjourned after which a
social half hour was enjoyed, Mrs. E.
H. Martin and Mrs. George Close,
the hostesses; serving tea and wafers
Mr. and Mrs. Georcre Pasteur and
I children have arrived from Charlotte,
N. C, and are being cordially wel
comed by their host of friends.
Mrs. T. G. Wiley of Jacksonville is
in the city for several wreeks' visit to
her sister, Mrs. B. H. Seymour.
Miss Louise Booe returned yester
day from a holiday visit to friends
and relatives at Eustis, Tavares, Or
lando, Lakeland and Tampa.
The annual business meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Grace church
was held this morning at the rectory,
The regular routine business was at-
Mrs. G. G. Ley, and Master Will-1 Dec. 15
iam Lee, who have been visiting Mrs. Dec. 16
Lee's mother, Mrs. M. A. Williams, Dec. 18
Mrs. Love of Jacksonville, who
came to Martel to attend the funeral
of her brother-in-law, General Long,
returned home today accompanied by
Mrs. Long. The sincere sympathy of
all Marion county is' with Mrs. Long
in these days of her deepest sorrow..
This report is made from observa-
tirtns tnlfpn iiWv hxr Mr. F. fi. R.
Weihe, official observer for the gov- f IT3 f fn fT if 1
Solid .train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullman Cars
and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman Sleep Sleepers
ers Sleepers Jacksonville to St. Louis.
. -DINING CARS'-
fP fF fF I7
have returned to their home in St.
Augustine. En route home they
made a brief visit to Mrs. A. L. Hunt
in Jacksonville v
f The members of the Presbyterian
sewing circle held their first meeting
of the new year this afternoon. Miss
Bessie MacKay was the hostess and i
the afternoon was most delightful
for those present.
Miss Ella Mendenhall, principal of
the North Ocala school, returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a holiday visit to Eus Eustis,
tis, Eustis, Tampa and Lakeland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur, Miss
Tmie Pasteur, Mrs. H. W. Henry, Sr.,
and Miss Katie Scott motored up Harley's Special shoes, probably
from Lake Weir yesterday to attend: 150 pairs of them left, are now at the
the morning service at Grace Episco-1 Globe, where the stock will be dis-
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STAXDARD RATLRO AI OF THE SOUTH
Local rains tonight or Tuesday.
As we have previously announced,
the 23rd annual convocation of the
Episcopal church in Southern Florida
will convene in Trinity church, Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, on Jan. 10-12. Rev. J. G. Glass,
rector of Grace church and probably
Messrs. D. S. Woodrow, C. H. Lloyd
tended to followed by the election of and W. W. Harriss, who were elect-
posed of at sacrificial prices. 29-3t
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Clerk, Telephone Operator.
feinald number cf your
ceddea to leare Saturday,
to use the "Ferrule Help
tuation Wanted Female"
bright cad earfy ths next
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala House? Youll never kno-v
how good it is till you do so. 23-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 434. tf
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
has a climate that is in incomparable.)
comparable.) incomparable.) Her soils are good.
No limit has been found
to her productiveness.
Her labor will respond
to the man who handles
An organization is being
perfected for the mark marketing
eting marketing of her crops.
Marion county is the
best agricultural county
in the state.
There is money here for
the man who can take
care of himself while he
is learning local condi
tions and getting a foot foothold.
hold. foothold. r.
LOUIS ft XHAZAL
i SOWS CO.
" REAL ESTATE
P. O. Box 475
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MAKIOX-DUNX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge T?o. 19. F. &
A. M meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. -M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAI
Of unequalled QUALITY,
each as cfcro the re resell
sell resell of extraordinary care
k watchfulness In the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials.
The workmanship also
Is watched as carefully,
end the same unremitting
watchfulness enters Into
the manufacture of our
Cups. Bars Drops and
other Counter Goods as in
our BONBONS, COCOA
If you want a Nourishing.
Strengthening Chocolate with
Real Food Value, end at the
same time having a pleasant
taste, try our PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Dipped
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. to.,
meets at Yonge hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of. the Metropolitan Realty and
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 28, 1914.
To the Stockholders of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Realty and Investment Com Company:
You are hereby notified that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the above company will be held at the
office of the company Wednesday,
January 13th. 1915, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of electing officers of
the company and attending to such
other business as may come before
GEORGE GILES, President.
Attest: J. S. LaROCHE,
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. IT. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L". Taylor. F. M.
Cha's. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS
A special meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Mutual Mining Company
is hereby called to be held at the of office
fice office of the company in Savannah, Ga.,
on January 9th. 1915, 12 noon, for the
purpose of considering and acting
upon important matters. ' '
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert W. Groves, Sec'y.
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 21, 1914.
For Good Wood
BIG Load !r Si.
Your Order will have
: J. L. SMOAK :
At Smock's Wagon Shop; 5
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every iMonday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, CO.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, TL A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 'M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. an. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. ?
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, IL P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each mdnth. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
avid S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE
Ocala Lodge No. tya, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome lo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
9. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the Iv.. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and 'fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. sage. Clerk. Ao
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
To the stockholders of the Commer
cial Bank of Ocala:
Notice is hereby riven that the an
nual meeting of the stock-holders ofj
the Commercial Bank of Ocala will
be held at the offices of said Bank, in
the city of Ocala, Florida, on
Tuesday, the twelfth day of January,
A. D 1915,
at the hour of ten o'clock, a. m.
By order of the president.
D. C. Stiles, Jr.,
12-26-sat St. Cashier.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned as mayor of
the city 01 Ocala, a municipal corpor corporation
ation corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Florida. I
hereby proclaim and give notice that
a special election for the city of Ocala
is hereby called arid will be held in f
the said city of t)cala, Marion county,
r londa, on the
5th day of January, A. D. 1915
for the purpose of electing a council
man from the fourth ward of said
city, (full term), and hereby appoint
the inspectors and clerk as follows:
Jim Engesser, Will, Moore and E. W.
Kraybill, inspectors, and A. Y.
This 21st day of December, A. D.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk. 21-mon
. Pheasants and Turkeys.
The fame of the pheasant in Eng England
land England and western Europe rests upon
its qualities as a game fowl, and the
species known there are not remark
able for beauty.- Pheasants are not
indigenous to America, and here the
ruffed grouse is often mistakenly
called a pheasant. Our natjve turkeys
are closely related to the pheasant
HEAVY CAR TYPE
The Great Ser Service
vice Service of Fisk Tires
is Due to the
Gar Type Fisk
From every corner of the
globe where Heavy Car
Type Fisk Tires are used
come reports of Great'
est Service. These re reports
ports reports prove :
Firct; that Fisk design is
risht ; second," that the
proper materials are
used; third, that these
materials are blended in
the proper proportions
to make a balanced
whole, a tire each part
of which is attuned to the
other so as to work in
ncrfect harmonv ior a
common end that end
The exclusive HEAVY
CAR TYPE Fisk Con
struction is responsible
for this tire perfection
"THE TIRE MAN9
Next Soul ti rn Fipress
Atlantic Coast Line
. No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg-
9:05 p. m. ;
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville -6:05
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg 2:18 a. m.
No. 38, S' Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:25 a. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKsa
ville 1:14 p. m.
No, 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
No. 49, Ocala to HDmosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala- -Ar
rives 1:05 p. ra.
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake
land -6 : 4 0 a. m.f Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunny jim) Lakeland to
Ocala -9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, .Ocala to Wilcox 6 :10 a.
m., iMonday, Wednesday and 'Friday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5 : 4 5 d.
m., Monday, Wednesday and iriday.
Seaboard Air Line
No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:50 a. m.
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar
rive, 12:40 p. m; leave 1:18.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
1 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar
rive 1 p. m.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville Jacksonville-4:10
4:10 Jacksonville-4:10 p. m.
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m.
DANGERS OF A COLD
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
perience 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
it. It contains no opium or other
harmful drug. For sale by all deal
Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the colds themT
selves 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
toration and enables the system to
throw off the cold. For sale by all
There were .several great painters
in ancient Greece ar.d it is rather dif difficult
ficult difficult to say which was the "greatest."
It is possible the honor might go to
Apelles, 332 P. C.
v Proof Positive.
"Don't you be afraid, Fritz!" called
the ally as Fritz pommelled the new
comer at school. ''He ain't got no
big brother. His schoolbooks are per perfectly
fectly perfectly new."
Whole wheat bread mact unler 3
new process, wrapped in cnecKcjr-
bcard paper, 5 and ?entvloaves. If
you are a suffere. from dyspepsia,
try this. Carttr's Bakery, it-tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C- L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
: J.8. iiioZhGO, Watchmaker
All kinds of Jewelry, Type Type-J
J Type-J writer, Sewing Machine and
Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
ly executed. Prices reasonable.
X Satisfaction guaranteed.
: -216 S. Magnolia Street
When Friendship F2ils.
The mere friends a man thinks he
has the greater will be his disappoint
ment if he tries to rrove it by putting
them to the financial test.
Pilians b amous r londa syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
Under all speech that is good for
anything there lies a silence that is
mhmm mm im
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 . 5.00
Marion Furniture Company, high chat' . . ; 3.00
Gerig's Drug Store, baby's toilet set 2.00
A. E. Burnett, necklace, 2.00
Ocala Photo Co., half doz. photos 4.0D
Rheinauer & Co., baby carriage quilt. 1.00
Little's Shoe Parlor, satin furtop soft Sole shoes 1.00
Carn-Thomas Co., Vz -dozen Cakes Best Toilet Soap 1.00
Remember, the first one reported on or after January 1, 1915,
is entitled to the gifts, even tho another of previous date may be
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.
REN SUFFER IN FLORIDA?
WE DO NOT BELIEVE that the good people of Florida
realize that there are right "now in our State
Hundreds of Little Children in Real Need
Some Absolutely Homeless That
Just Must Be Cared For
WE FEEL SURE "that they do not know that there are
hundreds- of Worthy Mothers in Florida vho are just
struggling to eep 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 pur 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. y. COVINGTON, Treasurer,
The Children's Home Society of Florida,
Florida's Greatest Charity.
361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
The best service and most reason reasonable
able reasonable prices obtain at the new dining
room of the Ocala House. 23-tf
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Eat Carter's Bread; baked with
steam and thoroughly sanitary sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. 5-tf
One Cause of OJei Age.
According to a Roumanian scientist,
old age is simply due to a decrease
in the amount of water in the human
The Management o! DO. PJcCLANE
Medical, Surgical Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
If father spends three hours at home
on Sunday and doesn't kill or maim
a few of the children, he opends the
rest of the week bragging about his
patience. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Pillans Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
Another pathetic little feature of
everyday life Is the way every bullet bullet-headed
headed bullet-headed old,cus3 in the audience will
prick up his ears and look keenly in interested
terested interested when the candidate an announces
nounces announces that he now wishes to ad address
dress address a few remarks to thinking men.
Columbus (Ohio) Journal.
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ADS OFFER BETTER
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OCALA E VEXING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
Soda Water, Cigars, and Cigarettes
will be sold only for HcrealtCF
By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor
CONFERENCE OF -other profitable or desirable thing
COLORED AGRICULTURISTS that the farm might produce.
i The colored preacher was congrat-
Friday was a red letter day for the' uatet upon hi3 position as a leader
colored farmers of Marion county, but warne(i that the people needed to
From every part of Marion and from be jed up aRj on ancj tat jv cry.
other counties they came to join the jng need was for more men higher
meeting which, had been announced j up
Ml 'TUT YflMJ
s an Emancipation Farmer's Confer
Every available seat in the audi
torium was filled and the
He felt that the colored people in
larion county had rare chances to
secure more land and that they
riicrht to r1r so find imnrove it. The
sea oi I V i
upturned human faces waited and lis- Southern man and that as the
tened attentively throughout the long ; coored man become stronger he
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program whicn was nnisneu ii made 'the white man richer and
in the afternoon. stronger. He congratulated the sec-
The Negro voice is peculiarly sweet tion 6n the friendliness of the races
and in nothing more than the native and ased that the negro might ever
To Be Upright in Onr Dealings
V We Put
OUR MEATS UP FIGHT
Making it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
plantation melodies which they sang
with a velvet smoothness and liquid
sweetness most impressive. The
choirs of the A. M. E., Mount Mo Mo-riah,
riah, Mo-riah, ttovenant Methodist' Episcopal
churches rendered appropriate music.
The preliminary religious exercises
were conducted by Rev. E. I. George,
the rector of the colored Episcopal
church and Rev. A. W. Wallace, of
the A. M. E. church. Prof. A. bt.
George Richardson, a gifted musician
directed the singing and Dr. L. R.
Hampton read clearly Abraham Lin
coin's great state paper, the Eman
cipation Proclamation. The duet ren-
jdered by Mrs. M. Stevens and Dn
E. C. Mitchel, elicited much applause
as well as did, a solo by Mrs. Jessie
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 u
have your custom we deserve it.
safe Ice & PaeMfiinisi C
cultivate the kindly feelings for the
splendid people who want to see the
race developed to the greatest effi
ciency of labor and happiness.
A deal of wholesome advice as to
how to live and save and earn elicit elicited
ed elicited warm applause.
The conference was fortunate to
have present A. F. Herndon, treas
urer of the Standard Life Insurance
Co., of Atlanta, Ga. He has made a
quarter, of a million dollars but was
good enough to recite his efforts
from the time he worked on a farm
for $6 per month up to the present
time when he keeps employed 600
agents. He also told of how he be began
gan began in a barbershop as a bootblack
and did his best in that business un
til he operated 40 chairs in shops
With Talk about what we can do
in the way of vulcanizing your tires,
but we want to tell you that the
proper attention to your tires at .the
right time will save you great ex expense.
pense. expense. We are prepared to do vul vulcanizing
canizing vulcanizing on short notice, and we
guarantee our work to be satisfact satisfactory.
ory. satisfactory. If you've had a blowout re recently
cently recently and discarded the tire, let us
show you how to save half the cost of a new
Our prices will be found the lowest consistent with first class work
manship. Give us a trial.
AT LUCKIE'S GARAGE NORTH MAIN STREET
Rev. A. L. James, pastor of the j sai(j to be the most sanitary and ex
larcre Baptist church of the city stat- i nensive in the South. He made com
ed the purpose of the day and call-
SACBMCE EflttHBIEOT SALE
We need the money and the space 1
Nice Assortment or the Season's Best Still
on Hand y
Also SSocIcFrom Onr Cry stal .River Business
Recently Discontinued and to be
- Sold-Below Cost : .
Big values while they last For The Cash
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Upstairs, rear Helvenston's store
tfmrm ' i iBiiiii m urn im
1ABI0N 1A1BWASE C0IPM1Y
OUR SPECIALTIES? ;
JOHlI DEER STEEL PLOWS
With steel bottoms and steel beams
AMERICAN STEEL WIRE FENCING
I. H. C. GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES
MER PUMPS AND PUMP JACKS
IRON PIPE, 1-8 TO 10 INCHES
Valves and fittings to match v
pensive in the South. He made com
parisons of American conditions with
conditions he had seen in Europe and
Asia, and advised that every oppor
tunity for self advancement be grasp
ed. He advised more and better
farming and endorsed the diversifica
tion of crops suggested by Mr. Mays.
The conference voted to thank U.
S. Senator N. P. Bryan, who had sent
to Prof. Wiley 700 packages of seeds.
for distribution among the hundreds
of farmers present. The seeds were
gladly receivedv and every one pres
ent was asked to write a letter to the
conference in 1916 telling how much
they had grown from the seeds given.
George Mays, Sr., for thirty years
an employee in the postoffice at Jack
sonville was present. He is a large
stockholder in the Metropolitan Bank.
He spoke of the cordial relationship
in trade and the sympathy existing
between the races and said v that he
had hoped that it would become larg
er as the years went by. He too ad
vised the .race o work and live with
out bitterness in their lives.
Neptune Brown spoke for the far farmers.
mers. farmers. He .loved his farm, grew ev everything
erything everything in the way of edibles ex
cept wheat. He made a specialty of
good hogs, good horses, good cows
and fine chickens. He made twenty
barrels of -syrup, four barrels of
sugar and kept home cured meat in
his smokehouse from year to year.
Ue had a garden from which he sup supplied
plied supplied his talk with vegetables the
year round. He wanted all colored
and white people to -have plenty so
that his plenty would be multiplied.
He worked hard six days, full days,
each week, went to church on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, paid his debts, sent his children
to school "and was making a living
on his 200-acre farm which he had
bought from the muscle. He had at
odd times planted orange trees until
now he had a grove of five acres fill
ed with grapefruit, tangerines and
oranges. His herd of cattle gave
him an income of $200 a year. His
wife cooperated with him, and sold
milk and butter enough to run the
home. He believed more farmers
ought to work six days and not lose
time on Mondays and Saturdays
i. i -t .i j i
wnicn couia do usea ior turning over f
the soil, getting out the stumps or
improving the farm in some way. He
conducted himself so that he had r.
many friends in both races and was
endeavoring to teach others to live as (
he had. He felt that too many men m
did not work, at home as faithfully j
work with attention to the laws of
JACKSON VILLE, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
Re-Established January 6, 1915
Northbound DAILY Southbound
9:35 AM Lv .Jacksonville Ar 7:30 PM
8:03 PM Ar... ........ u ... . .Atlaon. ........ .....Lv 11:45 AM
5:08 PM Ar...... ......... Macnta..... .......Lv, 8:35 AM
-19.11 AM Av Ch ntfun nntra ..1. .Lv 4:37 A&.
4:50 AM Ar. .......... ..Nashville.. ....Lv 12:10 AM
9:28 AM Ar. ............ . .Evansville. .v. .. : Lv 7:30 13 M
6:35 Pm Ar. ................ .Chicago. ............. Lv 11:30 AM
2:59 PM Ar. .... ... ... . . .St. Louis
.Lv 2:15 PM
Solid train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullnian Cars
and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard PulUnan Sleep Sleepers
ers Sleepers Jacksonville to St. Louis. t
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
ed upon Dr. R. R. Williams to act as
Master of Ceremonies,' who then! in introduced
troduced introduced Prof. Jos. L. Wiley. In con concise
cise concise and well chosen words Prof. Wi Wiley
ley Wiley reviewed the progress, of the col
ored people in America from nine nineteen
teen nineteen to twelve million in 300 years
of steady progress. He rightly re remarked
marked remarked that under the conditions not
another race in the history of the
"world had added more of the tenets of
civilization and Christianity during
the last fifty years than the colored
Hatless, landless, ignorant and pag pagan
an pagan in 1861 he was now paying taxes
on 750 million dollars worth of prop property,
erty, property, was a dependable worker, nev
er struck or disturbed industrial con conditions,
ditions, conditions, was amiable and not reveng reveng-ful,
ful, reveng-ful, was a race of workers, was ele elevating
vating elevating itself through education and
economy, was distinctly patriotic and
had never tried to learn how to make
bombs but spent its time tilling the
soil, in domestic service, in the de de-velopment
velopment de-velopment of business that made
stronger the finances of the South.
He said the colored people had dem
onstrated their adaptability to Am
erica and American conditions 'thru
the many vicissitudes from the Am American
erican American revolution to the present time
and that he had been faithful in war
and peace and that the indication of
the present was that colored people
were trying to elevate themselves so
that as economic units they would
count for more in service and in life.
He was very sure that the main
speaker of the day, Prof G. H. Mays,
Jr., exemplified the progress of the
average colored man. Mr. Mays had
started his career in a blacksmith
shop, worked his way through the
school .at Tuskegee, instructed in the
school at Wilberforce, Ohio, served as
president of a large school in Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, had promoted a 315,000 oil mill
in Mississippi and was now a citi
zen, of Ocala, selling $50,000 worth of
stock just issued by the Metropolitan
Realty and Investment Co. He as
sured the audience that Mr. Mays
would care for the occasion, which
promise was completely fulfilled.
George Mays began by emphasizing
the importance of having it known
that the colored people were in Am
erica to remain, to continue in co
operating with the forces and men
who develop great things, to live in
peace and helpfulness, with the white
citizens of America. He believed in
securing farms and living upon them,
in rearing the colored boys and girls
to be useful and respectful and to al
ways be willing to work for a living,
to help build up the farm by becom
ing superior farmers, to live within
their means. He took occasion to tell
of the growth of the Metropolitan
Realty and Investment Company with
its $75,000 capital, brick building,
city property and prospective de
velopment and congratulated the far-
mer of Marion county upon their
lands, their relations with the white
citizens and the fact that they were
building themselves so as to be of
more value to the state of Florida.
Farming was the foundation of all
other professions and upon it depend
ed the work of the banker, the lawyer
and the politician. The farmer fed
them all and was himself in position
to be happy and independent all the
time. He advocated diversification in
farming and rotation of crops, bet
ter farm buildings and better stock.
In the matter of live stock he point
ed out the advantages of thorough-
hrpd stork rvvp.r scrub stock. He ad-1 f uric Ma Hrains
vised all to raise chickens, and pig- Luck counts once in a while, brains
eons, goats, gardens, horses and every coivn all the time. W. H. Lough.
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands in
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.
florida title and abstract corporation
At Lowell Shipping Point
Two Carloads of
First Class WM Memi
TMree Carloads oi
OMMce EeeS Catiffle
f?tlJ 11? til hi M
uwub u w i-i t.-.. j ia
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Commercial Hank Block, oxi"
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Uo.v 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 203
MOORE'S MML 0R1ER. MOUSE
This talk was one of the features of t
The farmers' conference idea is to
be continued and will be illuminate J
again next New Year's day. The col- fl
ored people of Marion county are to
he congratulated on holding such a
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meeting arm planning wen iui i
their nroirress. I ?
The meeting was orderly and ev every
ery every one went home feeling that much
constructive good had been done.
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Cora or Gin, in jugs
at per llon . jj JJQ
Good Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jug3
at per gallon.
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
w...n.flfa while in the city. You wil be
.uatte my piace your uwiquonw- ;
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tion at Mohnny's Place.
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OCALA, FLOOI OA
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1915
By MARY DARLING.
K. of P. meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Pythian Sisters tomorrow night.
Mascns meet Thursday evening.
R. L. SIMMONS
(Copyright, 1914, by the McClure, Newspa
"N-no," said Forest Harwood, medi-
'. . ,.... tativplv. "there isn't anyone I can
Undertaker wiiour u. bmun sent : ;
a casket out to Kendrick this morn
ing for Mr. R. L. Simmons who died!
think of, dear.
'I have racked my brain, too, so I
guess we'll have to eat our Thanks-
this morning and the funeral will giving dmner without guests this
take place this afternoon. Mr. oim-Lyear," said his wife.
"raons is an old resident of Kendrick.
WOOD FOR SALE
t Woodmen meet Friday night.
, Call phone 15M for wood. 4-Gt
Mr. W. E. Martin of Moss Bluff
was a welcome visitor at this office to-
Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at Johnny's
At their meeting tonight, the K. of
P. will install officers for the term. A
full attendance is requested.
At their meeting tomorrow night,
the Pythian Sisters will install" of
ficers, and H is hopel all members will
Mr. D. C. Stiles, the efficient cash
ier of the Commercial Bank is home
from a business visit to New York
and Washington. t
, Mr. Bruce Meffert was a recent vis
itor to Tampa, combining business
A large load of well seasoned oak
or pine wood for stove or fireplace,
for $1. J. M. Potter, phone 15M. 4-6t Decame interested in his morning
I'm sorry Bess and John couldn't
come, hut tney seemea lu ua
planned something of their own,
Harwood went on.
They're going to be married in the
spring, I believe?'.'
"Um-hu," mumbled Harwood, as ne
The following party of Jacksonville
On the morning of Thanksgiving
Mr. T. H. Harris is in Jacksonville
for an extended stay, having accept accepted
ed accepted a position with the Duval hotel.
. Mrs. W, E. Johnson, after a visit to
her mother and sisters, returned to
her home in Lowell today.
The amount taken in by the ladies
of the library Association at their tea
Friday afternoon was $26.80, which
was quite a help to the good cause.
Mr.' Villalonge P. Smith, one of
Marion county's most successful til tillers
lers tillers of the soil; in the extreme north northwestern
western northwestern part of the county, is in the
city for a f ew, day's business ( visit.
JKelsey Taylor, a colored waiter in
the Harrington lunch room, was "tak "taken
en "taken before Judge Ferguson Saturday
morning on a charge of : attempted
larceny. The attempted larceny at attempted
tempted attempted to be proven by the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution involved thirty-five cents. After
hearing the testimony Judge Fer Ferguson
guson Ferguson acquitted Taylor, who was
represented by Mr. William M. Gober.
railroad men passed thru Ocala to- jay Mrs. Harwood announced that
day enroute home after spending a she was going to church.
week at Cedar Island on the gulf, the "All right, dear; go ahead and I'll
guests of Walter Burt, viz: Mike run down to the pond and nave a iry
Crown, superintendent of the A. C. L. ice h uuu w Z nt in
- t t. i ti looking individuals who seem not to
terminals ; J. C. Blanton, inanager of be expgecting a bite of turkeyf may I
the Jacksonville Terminal Co.; W. D. f. om nlnn?. hft aaked his wife
Starke, passenger agent A. C. L.; aa sne left for tne viiiage church.
Charles Emery, chief car accountant "The bird is big and there are
A. C. L.; Frank Waymer, president plenty of 'trimmings Mrs. Har-
bf the Georgia-Florida Sawmill Asso- wood replied.
ciation, and Walter Burt, conductor Harwood reached the pond to nna
on the A. C. L., Jacksonville to Port it already DlacK witn crowas oi
amIca trhon Vi !a cvoo fpll linnn John
EYE GLASSES LOST Lost on the
streets Saturday, Jan. 2, gold fram- y0u, John? I thought you were
ed eyeglasses with chain and but- going out of town for Thanksgiving
ton attached. Finder will be re- dinner?" he exclaimed. U
warded by returning same to the "I -yes, I had intended to, but it
Star office or George MacKay, 3 3t all fell through," the young man re
L t A. lltv VMins VlAYl
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in ome W UP im3
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf 5".? T?m,Z?.
"Rprs? Ah oh. she s having am-
You will never fully appreciate a nGr with s ome relatives, I believe,"
gin fiz till you have tried one of those Jonn Adams managed to answer.
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf "Come on! Helen will be delight
ed. She's at church, as usual." And
If our mixologists serve your gin Harwood fairly dragged his friend
rickeys, you will never again get them home
anywhere except ats Johnny's Place, tf
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
Company will be held in their office,
Ocala. Fla.. eh Januarv 12th. 1915. for
the transaction of such business as church alone and we sat together.
shall come before the meeting. It seems that she was to dine at her
H. B. Clarkson, President. uncle's John's stepfather, you know,
Whpn Mrs Harwood arrived sne
was smiling broadly as her ; husband
opened the door for her. "I've found
a guest for dinner! Guess who?"
"I'm not a good guesser -but so
"Mine is Marian Peck. She was jn
C. E. Nelson, Secretary. 30-tf
but for some silly reason about Bess
she wouldn't go at the last minute.
So I asked her to come to us."
Forrest began to look worried. He
L. P. Dawkins, a prominent colored
' man, died Friday night and the fun funeral
eral funeral services were held yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Mt. Moriah church and
were in charge of 'the K. of P. of
which, lodge Dawkins was a member.
Dawkins was the proprietor of a
market near the city market for sev-
eral years and was well liked by the
white people as. well as the people of
his own race. The funeral was one
of the largest among the colored peo people
ple people held in this city. Undertaker
Wilbur C. Smith was in charge.
Mr. F. W. Cook has returned from
Jacksonville, where he went Satur Saturday
day Saturday to be present at the Armour
Company's annual "get-together"
banquet, which was held at the Hotel
Mason Saturday evening. The spread
was the best that could be prepared
by the now famous Mason Hotel, and
was attended by twenty-two members
of the Armour's selling force in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Mr. H. B. Minimum, who has
charge of the Florida branches of the
Armour Company, was master of cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies and toastmaster of the oc occasion.
casion. occasion. During the evening it was
learned that the business of the com company
pany company in Florida during 1914 was
most satisfactory in spite of the bus business
iness business depression of the past four or
A child-loving teacher tells this
story as illustrating the curious asso- SSL nothing.
ciation oi: ideas oiten entertained Dy "what's the matter? Aren't you
children. "I do love Bruce," one of her pleased, dear?" asked Helen, anx-
sma.u puyua eAcittinieu m ecstasy, iouslv
xies so awimiy aasiaroiy. meres "Ohah ves. hut mv rruest is none
nothing under heaven that he doesn't other than john Adams', so if it's din-
daSt dot" imrr wJt Y, ? rr Vlo AfotMOr lo trV?nt
i J.4 niw mui iuai AJitit aii i& j o
to avoid, she's strictly in it."
" TT 1 1 J ( 1 11 -v
Merit in Overcomino Obstacles. iurs .iarwooa laugneu. au v
To seek to do only the easy thinsrs need now is Bess to make it a, truly
of life is a fobljsh and suicidal choice, successful dinner party, eh, dear:
for anybody, even a nonentity, can do Next time we'll let well enough alone
these things. Let us care, rather, to and dine alone.
do things, the overcoim; of v;hich The telephone rang and the young
will bring to us moral strength, a
tested fortitude, and a wider experi experience
ence experience of the deeper meanings of hu human
man human life. Christian Register
wife ran to answer it. She returned
in a moment wringing, her hands.
"Worse and more of it. It's Bess!
She's in tears. Says she and John
were to have had a cosy little din dinner
ner dinner at some romantic inn they both
knew about. Her family hadn't been
able to get home from Europe, you
know. But some way or other she she-Bess
Bess she-Bess discovered that John would be
breaking up a family party at home,
a party of which his stepfather's
niece, Marian, you know, was to be a
member, and she refused to go with
him. They quarreled, had words about
Marian, and she's heartbroken, and
lonely and Is coming to dine with us!
There! Can you beat it?"
"It'll be some Thanksgiving!" Har-
Education. wood remarked in current varnacular.
Education is the instruction of the "Marian, the bone of contention.
intellect in the laws of nature, under Bess and John, the quarreling lovers!
wnich name 1 include not merely Fine comDanv!" returned Mrs. Har-
things and their forces, hut men and wood.
their ways; and the fashioning of the When all three euests were in the
affections and of the will into an house. Bess Burleson upstairs taking
earnest and loving desire to move in off her miter wrans Marian Perk in
Rooting SHps in Water.
The amateur flower grower will find
that the ,quickest and best method of
rooting" slips of geraniums, nastur nasturtiums,
tiums, nasturtiums, etc., is by placing them In a
glass of water In a sunny window. In
a few days the roots start, and they
can then be planted in soil. From a
single plant one may have a collec collection
tion collection of, plants for bedding, such as
would cost a dollar or two at the
WILBUR W. C. SKHTH
F URNERA L DIRECTOR AND
E: C. Jordan & Co.
219 West Broadway
a MM BALL,
S ira joiliif home
harmony with those laws. Huxley.
First Brick House In America.
.The first brick house in America, it
Is said; was Penn's Letitia house in
Philadelphia, built of imported bricks
in 1CS2.; : -:. :
the living-room by the fire, and John
Adams scowling In the library, the
host and hostess met in the hall.
"They're here," whispered Helen
in her husband's ear.
Forrest nodded. "Don't I know
Tm going to let it work itself out,"
And at that moment pess descend descended
ed descended the stairs, Marian stepped from
Under and by virtue of an execu-
of the circuit court in and for Duval the living-room, and John appeared
county, Florida, dated the 25th day of I 111 tn library door.
July, 1914. in a certain cause wherein There vras absolute silence as the
the McGraw Tire and .Rubber Com- five locked from one to another,
pany,, a corporation, is plaintiff, and "What a jolly little party!" said
the Seminole Rubber Company, a cor- Forrest, boldly.
poration, is defendant, and C. L An- "Oh ah yes very jolly, very jol jol-derson
derson jol-derson is defendant in execution, I ly! echoed John Adams,
havelevied on and will on And then and there there were ex ex-Monday,
Monday, ex-Monday, the 1st day of February, ..
the same being a legal sales day and And with that thanksgiving and
during the legal hours of sale, will of- congratulations were mingled so close-
f er for sale at the west door of the ly that they could not De separated
court house in Ocala, Fla., and sell
the same to the highest and best bid bidder
der bidder for cash the following described
real estate in Marion county, Florida,
to-witt Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 0, 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
. Turned Down.
"Last night I hot-footed around to
old Mr. Blowster's house and asked
him for his daughter's hand."
"Then I cold-footed back."
"Young Whitcomb should get on in
the world. He's a plugger."
"Yes. -What's he doing?"
' ""Dentistry." Philadelphia Ledger.
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