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

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

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' Paris, Jan. 5. The great battle J
North Sea to the 'Switzerland border.
All German onslaughts, attcmpti:.;;
to recapture lost ground hav.; I.n
repulsed. -'''-'
STEINBACH DESTROYED
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Steinbach has been destroyed l."
the French artillery. The French a,
now bending their energies to e..
ture Scnnhcim,
Muelhausen.
the. railroad key
. A FRIGHTFUL PICTURE
A motorist just arrived says the
mountains in the vicinity of Stti Stti-bach
bach Stti-bach are trembling with the roar
monster guns and the valleys are fill filled
ed filled with ruined cottages."
THE DESTRUCTION WROUGHT
BY ARTILLERY IS AWFUL ;
British warships are again bom bombarding
barding bombarding the coast. The water in the
Belgian canals is lower. Zebrugge
.Jjas-veerf demolished .'ferrific .artil-
lery duels are going on jcast of
Amiens, along the Aisne andon the
heights of Meuse. ; The fighting con continues
tinues continues day and' night.'
SIX
DAYS
BATTLE
BACH'
FOR STEIN-
Paris," Jan.
5.-
-Details of the six
days battle for the possession of
Steinbach in upper. Alsace show tK.t
it ranks with the ,battlev of the Yser
in ferocity, tt.
A French correspondent declares
the Germans placed women and child children
ren children in their front ranks so the Fre:
could not fire, on them. The Frcn.li
captured the position at the point T
the bayonet.
DROVE GERMANS OUT OF Tii2
SAND DUNES
Paris, Jan. 5, 3 p. m. Trie 7 rich
infantry attacks resumed in Bcljium
have resulted successfully in the sand
; dunes before Nieuport; In' the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of St.' Georges, the French made
gains. of 200 to 300 yardscapturing
part of the German trenches. 1
The Gem!ans blew up a French
trench near the Lille highway but
later the French, recaptured the posi-
' tion. The French maintain progress
Thann to Cernay road.
ARMIES IMMENSE AND, FORTS
' IMPREGNABLE
London, Jan. 5.--1 1 is reported that
5,000,000 soldiers passed through
Warsaw westward and southward.
Surrounded by an immense field for for-,
, for-, tification, it is believed that Warsaw
is imprejjnable.
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Berlin, Jan. 5. German aviators
successful! raided the British ammu-
pitio.n storeshouses at Rosenael and
Couderkerque, near Dunkirk. Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of Englishmen were .killed by
bombs. The ammunition and out out-skirts
skirts out-skirts of the villages were fired.
ALL ATTACKS REPULSED IN
. THE ARGONNE AND ALSACE
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. The repulse of the French attacks
in Alsace and the Argonne, the blow blowing
ing blowing ,up;.pf; French, trenches north of
Arras and progress by Germans west
of Warsaw are the chief points m the
ofTipial statements this afternoon;
ITALY RAISED TWO HUNDRED
rilLLION FOR AMMUNITION
Rome, Jan. 5.The loan bf $200, $200,-C
C $200,-C j,000 arranged by. the.' government
Vr use in connection ,wnth military
preparations' has been fully subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed for,- according to all .indications.
The" subscriptions are to be opened
today. The loan is to run for 25
years and will bear interest at 5
LLEfl OF
THE CODBBKY
ISSUES CALL FOR STATEMENT
FROM THE NATIONAL
; BANKS
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. Washington, Jan. 5. The comp comptroller
troller comptroller of the currency today issued a
call for a statement of the condition
of all national banks at the close of
business December 31st.
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give satisfaction.
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wild tatentent bub all we ask is an opp'or'.un ity to prove what we say. Just.

30 to 60 per cent more money.

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BY THE
Rome, Jan. 5. Italian marines lan landed
ded landed at Durrazzo, at Albania last night
and are now holding the city to pre prevent
vent prevent its capture and looting by Mus Mus-salmen
salmen Mus-salmen insurgents.
The members of the various
lega-
tions are ref ugeeing in
:warships in the harbor.
the Italian
A. BONE OF CONTENTION
Durazzo is the port on the Adriat Adriatic
ic Adriatic which the Servians claimed as
the- reward of their success in the
war with Turkey in 1912. Austria re refused
fused refused to let them have it, thus fan fanning
ning fanning the flame that finally broke out
in; the big European blaze. Aus Austria
tria Austria would probably rather Servia
held Durazzo than Italy.
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THE ALL1E!
ATTACKS BY PORTUGUEST
GERMANS IN ANGOLA
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- Lisbon, Jan. 5. It is officially an-
nounced that Portuguese troops have
engaged the Germans in Angola,
West Africa. This aligns Portugal
with the allies.
BUYING SMALL BUT WITH GOOD
PRICES IN BRITAIN
- London, ; Jan. 5. Tlje stock market
is steady with good price gains.
Trading in international stocks is not
large. -
TOOK A POLISH TOl'Ji
BORJIMOW OCCUPIED BY GER GER-MANS
MANS GER-MANS AFTER BATTLE
Berlin, Jan. v5. It is officially an
nounced ; that the Germans -have can
tured the Polish town of Borjimow,
an important railroad station.
The situation south of the Vistula
greatly favors the Germans.
FLORIDA MAN
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AT WAYCROSS
r Waycross, Jan. 5. R. G. : Sweat,
aged forty-seven, was killed by a
tram here last mght. He lived at
Manatee, Florida.
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Las I?almas, Canary Islands, Jan.
Continuing its daring raids, the
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German cruiser Kron Prinz Willjelm
has sunk jfour more allied merchantmen,-
I the Belleyue, Montagel, Bret-
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sunk and .the crews brought here.
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GOVERNMENT IN GUARDING
AGAINST INTERFERENCE
Washington, D C, Jan. 5. Treas Treasury
ury Treasury officials' today are preparing a
circular urging the American export exporters
ers exporters to cocpeiate with the government
in a plant to certify the cargoes of
neutral shippers. The suggestion was
adopted as a result of the point in involved
volved involved in the protest of the United
States to Great Britain against in interference
terference interference with American shipping;
AUSTRIA CHECKED
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COW MET A -SEVERE RE- ;
; PULSE
Vienna, Jan. 5. The Austria ns
have decisively checked the Russians
who were" advancing on Gracow, in inflicting
flicting inflicting heavy losses and taking, thir thirty
ty thirty thousand prisoners.
Russian casualties -X are severe
around the Dunajec river.
DANBURY HATTERS ?
OBTAIN, BIG DAMAGES
. Washington,' Jan. 5: The supreme
court today affirmed the judgment of
a quarter of a million "obtained by
Lowe & Co., the Danbury natters,
against the members of the Hatters
Union for damages resulting from a
boycott.
Feel like trying a Scotch highba'l
(any other kind if you do not like
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
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v Lemberg, Galicia, Jan. 5. Two
Russian aeroplanes engaged .1 three
Austrian airships in. battle above
Prezemysl today. At five thousand
feet the Russians dropped six' bombs
upon the forts destroying three guns.
Three Austrian airships rose and at attacked
tacked attacked the Russians." One Austrian
was : disabled, the others descended.
The Russians returned to their sta station
tion station undamaged. ;: :
CROSSED
PILICA AT
OUS COST
TRE3IEND-
Petrograd, Jan.' 5. Along an irreg irregular
ular irregular front extending from' the Bzura
river to the south and southwest 80
miles, a terrific battle is again rag raging.
ing. raging. The Germans took the offensive
and were repulsed; capturing a few
trenches and losing them again. The
Germans -have occupied part of the
town -of Borjimow but the Russians
hold the trenches on the eastern out outskirts,
skirts, outskirts, making desperate attacks to
drive the Germans back. The Ger Germans
mans Germans crossed the Pilicia river at a
tremendous cost of 'life.
END WILL COME
THRU EXHAUSTION
But Exhaustion of Men, Not Money,
Gun' Powder or Men
London,- Jan. 5. From a close hand
study of the situation I do not see
how the war can end without the de destruction
struction destruction of such a large number of
men as to lead to permanent ill ef effects
fects effects upon the European race, and
evil results on the civilazations of
the world. Freedom from a German
world-wide military despotism is pur purchased
chased purchased at a terrible price.
After the failure of the first German
rush on Paris in the early part of
September the 'possibility oT a quick
end was eliminated. The battle of the
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Marne marking, the high tide of Ger German'
man' German' invasion, will probably be
looked u pen as the true crisis in this
conflict in years to come. But a sud sudden
den sudden German collapse on either the
southern or western battle fronts is
impossible to conceive. The Prussian
military organization ? Is in better
working order than ever. Moreover
aeroplanes have made scouting? on
both sides so perfect that strategy
in the old sense is no longer possible.
With sudden surprises eliminated it
becomes a war of exhaustion. Now
this is the most terrific form a war
cab take as I will try to explain.
Exhaustion might come for some
nations in the form of a food famine,
but Germany highly organized as
she is, can feed herself indefinitely.
What other form can the exhaus
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tion take? It may be exhaustion .of.
wealth, of man, or of war material.
, In wealth the enemies'of Germany
are enormously superior. But it it-must
must it-must be true that it will be a Ion;:
while, certainly several years, before
Germany's wealth -will no longer he
sufficient to finance her campaign
Probably German money 'will I -is I
as well as German men. And des despite
pite despite the' heavy casualties in the fir? t t-five
five t-five months of war, the Germans sun sun-ply
ply sun-ply of men is not exhausted. There
are still large numbers of untrained
men in Germany, who' have not volun volunteered
teered volunteered since the beginning of the
war, and besides it must be remem remembered,
bered, remembered, that each year the youths
growing to manhood, several hun hundred
dred hundred thousand in number make up
for a certain amount of wastage of
war.
; ; So it is er.jy to see that if the war
ends in German exhaustion of .their
wealth, or men, or both enormous
numbers must be slain and enormous
kmcpnts-of capital must ; be wif x-d
out As political economists havf
pointed out many times the.neiv gen generation
eration generation will have as fathers the un unfit
fit unfit men, the-weaklings who could .not
go to the war, or the cowards who
would not. This Will result in ;i gen general
eral general lowering of the; personnel all ov over
er over Europe.
The United States went through
almost thevsame process "in 1SH to
1863. If we compare Germany to the
Southland .the allies to the North wo
have, a fair anology. The men of
the southern states proved the' l et etter
ter etter warriors, but the' wealthier nr.d
more populous -northern states final finally
ly finally overwhelmed them. It took thirty
years for the, South to recover, while
the North as well showed the effect.:
for many years.
T" recognize, though, the- possibil possibility
ity possibility of German exhaustion along, some-'
novel line, which modern civilization,
makes possible. The British fleet lb lb-trying
trying lb-trying to cut Germany off from cop copper
per copper and rubber. Copper is almost
unreplaceable in ordinance. If Ger Germany
many Germany exhausts her copper this might
have such an effect as to greatly
shorten the war. Incidentally, of
course, it would mean the saving, cf
of hundreds of thousands of live;?.
Germany is not able to cut Great
Britain off from anything of great
moment. She, has forbidden Sweden Sweden-to
to Sweden-to export timber, but Great Britain
rpfi nil f hpi u'ftnd rpmnrpct trnm r,thrr
sources
and Sweden docs not pro-
duce wood for rifle butts. anywher.
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our street corners and lounging
around these saloons, would convince
any unprejudice mind foiat our man manhood
hood manhood is rapidly deteriorating.
Every loyal- American is bound to
look upon this decadence as a deplor deplorable
able deplorable condition. They tell us that there'
is "More whiskey sold in 'dry' states
than in any others." If this is true,
why does the whiskey trust spend so
much money to keep these states from

going dry?
"Who laughs best, laughs last" is
a well-worn proverb, and even Mr.
Hobson may Vet see a realization of
his iridescent dream.

Ever, since we were able to study

this perplexed problem, we have con

tended that if it is wrong to sell

whiskey the payment of a high license

has never yet made it right. Now

just as an illustration, here in Florida
in this business that they tell us is

just as legitimate as any other, we

force the saloonkeeper to pay a li
cense of about fifteen hundred dol

lars $500 each to the state, county,

and city. -This isn't in that, spirit of
"Equal and Exact Justice to All" we
have so long been taught to respect.
If a bar-room is a good thing for a
county or city, we hold that it is an

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By GRACE LEACH.

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(Copyright, lSli.by th McClure Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
The gardens in the little suburban
village that nestied at the foot of tho
Chiltern hills were beginning to show
the lack cf care. The war had robbed
those tiny cottages and left them
stripped of masculine hands. Wives
and mothers and sisters who were
left behind to grieve and toil had no
time for gardening when there were
children to care for and homes to
keep tidy against the day when the
soldiers would once again be wel welcomed
comed welcomed back.
However,' there was one pair of
masculine hands in the village that
might not fire shots at the enemy'
because his physical body had been
found far tod weak to stand the stren strenuous
uous strenuous life of the battlefield. George

Bassington grieved sorely that he was
unfit to go with his fellow men to
fight the great fight, but he realized
there must be some way. in which he
could be of service to those left 'be 'behind.

I could lake care of those

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, fBeyond Her Understanding.
HTfoman can never understand why
il:rr Imsband has to work so hard in
.irScr to make both ends meet,- when
-Its is so much smarter than other men.

Yield of Oil From Cocoanuts.
It Is said 40 cocoanuts will yield a
cnllon of oil.

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cala Sign Co.

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PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder

Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract Work. Give3 -more and bettei

work for the money than any otheT

retractor in the city.

From the Floridian, w-e reproduce
the following, which has much time time-ly
ly time-ly truth in it, tho, of course, we can cannot
not cannot agr6e with all it says. It Js of
the more value because it is written
by a man who, while not claiming to

be a prohibitionist, sees and is not
afraid to denounce the evils : of the
liquor traffic:
Hobsons Christmas Present

Our friend Lake Jones has a picture
hanging in his office that he ought to
have given Congressman Richmon d
Pearson Hobson. It is a cartoon of
an old life-saver standing on a deck
leisurely reading a newspaper as a
man fell overboard and began to yell
for help. The life-saver barely glanc glanced
ed glanced at him and contemptuously re replied
plied replied "Stay whar you belong, you
dam Prohibitionist!"
But while we may all joke now at
tho fate of Mr. Hobson's pet bill, we
believe the time will come when this
proposition will be enacted into law.
We mean this prediction that the days
of the retail whiskey men are number numbered.
ed. numbered. We can see the hand-writing on
the wall.
We are not attempting to say
whether or not this may be a wise

f tep for the country at large. There

re too many sides to the question.

Wild-cat distilleries may spring up
in, every nook and corner of the whole

country. The United States marshals

and deputies required to break up and

destroy these "blind tigers" together

with the attending misery of the fam families
ilies families of such violators of the law, the
absolute necessity for alcohol in
compounding every single tincture or
fluid extract used in the practice of
medicine and in surgery, are potent
arguments against it.
But let us look at the other side jr
Think of the millions of dollars ruth ruthlessly
lessly ruthlessly wasted in bar-rooms boozing
and of the wanton misery it wrings
from the poor and oppressed! They
talk about "Local Option." There

never was, nor can there ever be as

long as the express companies are al allowed
lowed allowed to haul it into these so-called
dry counties by the train load.
We have heard a great deal of
"Vested Rights" and Personal Priv Priv-iledges,"
iledges," Priv-iledges," but no man has either right
or priviledge to bring shame and hu humiliation
miliation humiliation upon the wife he has sworn
to honor. We see men go' into saloons
and spend their last nickle, when

they themselves cannot wear a decent

collar, nor buy their families a loaf

of bread. Such conditions are more
deplorable than we now care to por portray.
tray. portray. They tell" us that the saloon

man pays for his licenses and is only

engaged in a legitimate business. But

the dollars with which he buys' this

privilege and is compelled to get

back from the men just described

are too often steeped in the life-blood

of these weaklings and the tears of

those he has wronged.

And yet it is a fact well-known

among scientists, that of all the crea creations
tions creations of the animal kingdom, there

are only two who will go back to the

same spot for the second drunk:

One is a man and the other a hog.

Individually, our most serious ob

jection to the bar-room is that it cre

ates and perpetuates idleness. God
Almighty knew what He was talk talking
ing talking about ; when He pronounced that
divine sentence, "Six days shalt thou
labor!" It is just as much a com commandment
mandment commandment as either of those that

lane that Bassington took infinite care

over and that one was the home of

unjust discrimination against its pro- through jUTel lane and withessed the

prietor to iorce mm io pay any lar- condition of growing things. "Perhaps
ger license than any other "mer- it will help the struggling women as

chant." much as the outdoor work will bene

The trouble with the temperance fit my own body."

people vof this state, is that they im- At the end of two weeks George

port a lot of sky pilots who "tear the Bassington had done wonders with

. sit c TTi n II rro T-n on a u lfitiroro nirun

azure robes of night, and set the stars ": r f
. , itn raised joyful heads, vines clambered
of Glory there," -for the "Revenue OVfir : vplpptJ.Mpa rnn.

Only," when they can solve the prob- tinued to add-table necessities to the

lem far easier and better for them- siX tnhlps.

selves, and the cause they espouse. There was one house on Laurel

Here is the solution.

Let the state of Florida alone im

nose a license' tax of fifteen hundred Mfmes Holiday. Bassington realized

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,in a i. u wai uecause oi ine mmaie ce iouna

. i himself lured there In spite of him
or nnv other state Tmroose. I .. .

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The legislature can pass a revenue Wlthin to be the wife of Holiday be-

bill to this effect, and if it will, there cause she tended Holiday's two tiny

isn't a city in the state that will vote children and seemed ever busy with
for saloons when thus deprived of the household cares. So busy was sho

corruption fund for which this money that Bassington had never, during hi3

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is levied. snort, stay in tne garden, naa more

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nere m jacKsonviae, we nave days wlfe iaUKhed the temporary

about une Hundred and lhirty-.fr lve gardener to himself

saloons annually paying to the city As weeks slipped past Bassington
and county One Thousand Dollars began to regain the health that had

each for the priviledge of selling whis-j escaped him. The recruiting offices

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"Do you know what I wish to do to today?"
day?" today?" said the .nice looking elderly
woman. "I should like to indulge in
some perfectly reckless extravagance,
just to get even with my son."
"Your son!" said the other woman. j
"You surely don't mean to insinuate
that your son doesn't like to spend
money! I've always thought ll?nso:i!
Thorndike one of the most generous:
'men I ever knew." s
"He is. Why, my dear, that boy ? im imply
ply imply loves "to spend money. ind the
worst of it is, he wants me to bo ex extravagant,
travagant, extravagant, too, and eomeho'v I just
can't
"Yes, I'll tell you about it," she went
on. "You see, Maisie Greene, tiie
daughter of some very old frienus cf
mine in Toledo, was married last
spring, and Ben wished me to send her
something elCgant for a wedding pres present.
ent. present. He suggested all earls of hand handsome
some handsome silver and cut glass, and I too!: a
whole day to look for something suit suitable,
able, suitable, but" ."everything, that he !..,.!
spoken of cost so frightfully that they
seemed wickedly extravagant and I
finally, decided on a pretty pair of
vases .that were in good taste even if
not awfully expensive.
"When I told Ben what I had bout

be said Umph, but after Maisie vrct?
the most enthusiastic thanks for wh:.t
she called the 'exquisite and generous
gifts, I felt that I had made a wisV
choice. 'She urged me in her r.cte to

key.

This $135,000 additional tax upon

our property owners .would cause most

all of them -to "stand up and take

notice" and in consequence, would
cause them to vote "dry And it

would not turn him back again, he

felt, and with that thought in view

he, once again went into town in or

der to offer himself for active service.

This time he was not sent away

from his medical examination with

drooping head. He. had been accepted

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Key West, Tampa, Fernandina, Pensa-

cola or any other city where whis

key is sold.

So far as we are personally con

cerned we would 'like to see the en-1
tire United States revenue tax taken!

off of whiskey. Our ancestors rais-

his old regiment and leave for the

front with them.

It was with joyful heart that he

approached the ljttle cottages- in Lau

rel lane and told each of his now ex

cellent friends of his success. It was

going to be a trifle difficult to tell

Jim Holiday's wife, and as he dropped

"I Like the Design Very Much'
visit lier, as she longed, she en id, to
have me see her. new home which I
had helped to make beautiful. So, on
my way- back-from my summer : tri;i
East, I stopped over for a day Tu "To "Toledo,
ledo, "Toledo, t
"Maisie and Mr. Gilmcre, her hur hur-band,
band, hur-band, gave me such a heart-warn In:;
welcome that lavas really touched. I
was in a mood to admire e veryt h i r.
about their modest" little home, l.-.t
when I saw the rich oriental rug as I
entered-! was astonished.

ed better sons and more useful citi- the shining brass knocker of her door r !"a; Pf", "f f .L JI,

anon, i nere was no sucn tax in j

their days. Better whiskey could

then be bought for fifty cents a gal

lon than is now sold for eight dol

lars.

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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

Bassington looked long and earnest earnestly
ly earnestly at tlie fair girl who seemed ever

to eludo his level glance.

'I am going to, the front he said

in his straightforward manner, "and

I wanted to tell you that I have ar

To Close Door Noiselessly.

In severe cases of illness where

the patient is disturbed by the noise

made in closing the door, tie one cor corner
ner corner of a handkerchief around the
knob on one side of the door, and the
opposite corner around the knob on
the other side. The door will .now
close noiselessly on the folds of the
handkerchief.

By local applications, as they cannot ranged for another man to care for

reacn ine aiseasea portion, ox tne ear. tne gardens. I am on on Saturday.' i
There .is only "one way to cure deaf- "Oh!" gasped the girl, "then you :

ness, and that is by constitutional are not a shirker! I have been think-'
remedies. Deafness isr caused by an ing you were a coward not to enlist

liiiiitmeu cuiiuitiuxi oi wie mucous 1111- 1t , f. i,-
ing of the austachian tube. When this ?he? a" Ur bra!e rhf3 an? hus-i
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling ba?dl hav gne to fifht for us- -1

sound or imperfect hearing, and uee uusu reau evea u lu iU3

when it is entirely closed, deafness temples at the girl's words.

is the result, and unless this tube .be I am sorry you thought mo a
restored to its normal condition. I shirker. Mrs. Holiday." was all ho

Rearing will be destroyed forever; said.

nine cases out oi ten are caused by The auick nnolosrv in Jean Holiday's

catarrh, which is nothing but an in-1
flamed condition of the mucous sur-!

faces. We will give one hundred dol

lars for any case of deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured bv

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-i

culars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,

Sold by druggists, 75c. Toledo O.

Take Hall's. Family Pills for con

stipation, adv

Such Brazen People.

I wasn't shocked in the least at the

play, only at the attitude of the audi

ence, which refused- to be shocked.

Puck.

MANY DISORDERS

COME FROM THE LIVER

warn us, "Thou shalt not steal!" or
"Thou shalt do no murder!" And we

are here to tell you that the poor
devil who habitually indulges in this

idleness, thus breaking the command commandment
ment commandment first here quoted, will break
either of the others whenever and
wherever the privation incurred
through a sin may demand.
A careful study or "sizing up" of
the physics of a large majority of the
young men we daily see loitering on

eyes was mingled with amused sur surprise.
prise. surprise. v
"But I am not Mrs. Holiday," she
told him, "I am Jim's sister. "Mrs.
Holiday has gone down to be near Jim
as long as possible before he goes to
the front. He's in camp now."
"Not anybody's wife?" questioned
Bassington, and realized that he would
change that situation : when he re returned
turned returned from the war. "I am sorry
you thought me a shirker," he said,
"and that I thought you a wife and
mother. Otherwise we might have
spent many wonderful hours here in
the shadow of the Chiltern hills hills-just
just hills-just you and I."
"The hills will always be here,"
Jean said with dainty frankness, be because
cause because she had loved Bassington in
spite of herself, "I, too, expect to be
here when you' return."

"May that day be soon," Bassington

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Are You Just at Odds with Yourself?

Do You Regulate Living?

Are you sometimes at odds with
yourself and with the world ? Do you

wnnflr What- silc vnn ? Trno rnn i-nntr

he eat n ;; took both of her proffered

Yet something is the matter! rwti hands in a warm clasp and raised

nation. hesrlachA nprvnusnpse ari vn them in turn to his lips. "Until that

ious spells indicate a sluggish liver, day," he added softly.

lne tried remedy is Dr. King's New-

Life Pills. Only 25c at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, m
Careful Worker.
City Editor-"For a beginner, that
new reporter seems very particular
not to make any mistakes.'' Assist Assistant
ant Assistant "Ye3; I told him to write on
one side of the paper, and he wanted
to know which side!" Judge.

Hooray for Medical Science!
"Children's eyes need care," says
the Journal of the American Medical
society. That's a fact they see en entirely
tirely entirely too much.

Both In Sad Condition.
. Sublime satisfaction in one's own
powers must be a very delightful fcon-

dition, but a celebrated English mu

sician, Doctor Arne, who flourishbd in

the first half of the seventeenth cen

tury, for once wittily turned the ta

bles on some singers of this type

He was asked to decide on tne re

spective powers of two vocalists
whose talents existed entirely in their
own Imaginations. After hearing them
Doctor Arne said to one: "You are
the worst singer I ever heard in my
life. Then, exclaimed the other: "I
win." "No," answered the just judge.
you can't sing at alL"

handsomer than that in the hall.
"'Yes, she said, 'it's one of our
greatest treasures. We didn't receive j
any presents we. prize more,
"It's colors are extremely pleach.;,
and I like the design very much,' added
.Mr. Gilmore, and, as Maisie told you,
we consider it one of our choicest pov pov-sessions.'
sessions.' pov-sessions.' i
"'Well,' I remarked, 'I Ehould thiSi':
you would. I'm.. glad you haven't t be belittle
little belittle pottery vases in this room. Tiki'

nificence.'
' 'Oh, Maisie'.hastencd .to, cay, 'wo
like the' vases awfully well, too.
They're In, the little study 'where th?y
just fit. But you must see the ether
rug. I don't believe you noticed It c f.
we came in." -We all went back into
the hall. 'Isn't that a beauty?' f;h2
asked. T can hardly tell, dear llrs.
Thorndike, which one I like the Letter
of the two.' v M

"'Oh, the other Is 'richer I
Though they're both really wor.d

antiques. I assure you, Mr. Gili
that I don't believe you young p
realize how grand you are with
beautiful examples of oriental

When I began housekeeping I wars
thankful for ingrain carpets."
"T hope-ae' said, with a surprising surprising-gravity,
gravity, surprising-gravity, 'that you don't think ve ishov
lack of gratitude -or appreciation.
Surely -you received Maisie's letter
thanking you
. "'Oh,' for the vases? Yes, 'indeed.
I'm awfully glad you liked them. lint
I was speaking of these marvelous
rugs, for I really think it would ho too
bad for vou not to fully realize what a

little fortune is locked up la them. I
don't suppose you've had much ex experience
perience experience yet in buying rugs, but I
have.'
'"Of course we knew you were a
connoisseur he- answered, with a
stfangely embarrassed expression, 'cr
xrrM r Avon tx?1,I V o v r rx rnr-

fine selection.'
"T make a selection? I don't un understand
derstand understand I murmured.
"'Why, didn't you select them your yourself,
self, yourself, Mrs. Thorndike? asked Maislo.
" T selected these rugs! Certain!
not. I never laid eyes upon them untf?
novr. I never even heard of the: ..'
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came- with .your, card Ma! sic loo'o- t
fairly dazed,' but suddenly a r-.-.t
Ught burst in upon me.
."Now, do you wonder ttst I xvni
get even, with that boy oi- rr.!sr
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the public has taken in ,our Christmas Club.
Applications, for membership continue to come
in, but after this week we shall be obliged to close
the entries.
We urgently advise all those who would liketo
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.
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in charge of the librar$vihich no
has it3 quar'.ers in the Mar Am County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to Know that they
are welcome to c;me to the library
at any time and iead the bocrks. jAl30
that there are a 'arge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.

EXCELLENT FOR
STOMACH TROUBLE

"Chamberlain's Tablets are just
fine for stomach trouble," writes Mrs.
G. C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I 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 taking- one bottle of them I feel
like a different person." For sale by
all dealers. adv
Originally a Chinese Bird.
Pheasants, notwithstanding their
aristocratic magnificence of appear appearance,
ance, appearance, readily interbreed with humbler
kinds of birds, including the common
barnyard fowl, the guinea hen and the
black grouse. English pheasants are
the descendants of Chinese birds,
which, long ago, were brought, to
England and crossed either with
grouse or with 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 "pero."

Principal Cause of Cholera.
The principal cause for an outbreak
of cholera is the presence of cholera
bacilli in the drinking water supply
of a city. Its descent is sudden and
widespread Almost an entire popu-'
lace can be stricken at once. The
stricken person, usually, is dead or on
the road to recovery within 24 hours.
Sometimes, however, a fever hangs on
for several days, in some instances
resulting in death. It is tnot believed
that the disease carbe communicated
by contagion.

BILIOUSNESS AND
CONSTIPATION CURED

If you are ever troubles with bil biliousness
iousness biliousness or' constipation you will be
interested in the statement of R. F.
Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last
winter I had an attack of indigestion
followed by biliousness and constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so
highly recommended, I bought a bot bottle
tle bottle of them and they helped me right
away." For sale by all dealers, adv
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Your Parents Diplomas.
Although your parents may, have no
college diplomas, remember that they
are graduates of the school of Ex Experience,
perience, Experience, in which you are the n st
freshman. Youth's Companion.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

MRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
WITH THE CriOUr

When my boy, Ray, was small he

was subject to creup, and I was al always
ways always alarmed at such times. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far
better than any other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick quickly..
ly.. quickly.. I am neVer without it in the
house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W.- K. Mc Mc-Clain,
Clain, Mc-Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all
dealers. Adv.
How to Remove Putty.
To remove old putty with little
work and trouble, pass a hot soldering
iron over it. This softens it and it is
easily removed.

Fan-Shaped Tree.
Elm trees have been planted in the
squares, and park3 of our city where
you may make their acquaintance.
They are trees' j'ou can learn to rec-'
ognize at a distance because of their
general form or habit of growth. ; A
well-grown tree is broad and rather
flat' across the top, and for this rea reason
son reason it is called a fan-shaped tree.

GUESTS ENJOYED A NOVELTY

Imperial Rome.
There are various estimates of the
population of ancient Rome. One fig figure
ure figure given by Gibbon wts 1,200,000,
Baker, in his notes to-Montesquieu's
"Grandeur and Decadence of the
Romans," gives good reasens for think thinking
ing thinking that Rome's population was 2,000, 2,000,-000.
000. 2,000,-000. The. city had within its walls, in
the time of Theodosius, 4S.3S2 habita habitations,
tions, habitations, built, as a, rule, with several
stories.

Presence of Monkey at Formal Din Dinner
ner Dinner by Mrs. Longworth Made
a Decided "Hit."

It happened that Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth, the daughter of former
President Roosevelt, and wife of the
distinguished Ohio representative,
had presented to her among many
hundred other gifts, two little mon monkeys,
keys, monkeys, who lost no time in sustaining
their, reputation for mischievous an antics,
tics, antics, and kept the Longworth house household
hold household in a panic as to what was going
to happen next.
They were too nimble and quick
to be punished for the evil of their
ways, and so, week in and week out
the monkeys had a lovely time of it.
When Mr. and Mrs. Longwrorth enter entertained;
tained; entertained; the little creatures were shut
up behind' lock and key, and usually
wore themselves out in their effort to
break through, and went to sleep in
consequence, from sheer exhaustion.
This had always insured the suc success
cess success of a party, without any disturb disturbing
ing disturbing interruptions, until one fateful
night when Mrs. Longworth looked
up to discover a monkey grinning at
her from the top of a picture. It was
only a second until the other one
climbed up the corner of the cloth,
and snatched a few nuts from some
of the panic-stricken guests. His
partner in crime leaped from the pic picture
ture picture and perched himself upon the
shoulder of a guest, and the details
of what followed are not laid down
In the directions given to polite so society
ciety society as how to entertain.
"But," laughed a guest not long
ago, "I shall never forget how ut utterly
terly utterly funny. It was, nor how we all
enjoyed it, just as soon as we were
asured the monkeys would not eat
us."

WAR NEWS FROM KANSAS

Up to 1 A. M. the Situation in Jenks'
Home Was Reported as Re Remaining
maining Remaining Unchanged.

The battle at Short Jenks' home con continues
tinues continues unabated, says the Atchison
Globe. At eleven o'clock this morn morning
ing morning Mrs. Jenks made the following
official announcement: "With a bril brilliant
liant brilliant charge about breakfast time I
flanked my husband with my stalwart
foot and he doubled up and then re retreated
treated retreated in haste. It was almost a rout."
At one o'clock this morning Mr. Jenks
officially announced: "The situation
remains .unchanged. There have been
attacks and counter-attacks on both
sides, with no decisive results. I'm
now well intrenched and confident be behind
hind behind a tub in the cellar. I believe I
will ultimately triumph. The enemy is
making many claims, and making
thos things is the ersiest thing in
the world to do. If she had a cannon
that was as rapid as her mouth I. would
be compelled to admit that my posi position
tion position is serious. At is it, I concede
nothing. I will conserve my strength
and forces, -with the view of getting
out of the cellar and consulting a law lawyer.
yer. lawyer. I urge American newspapers to
judge not until the real situation is
known. History will vindicate me
and declare that I did not start hostili hostilities.
ties. hostilities. My sister-in-law urged my wife
to start them. My wife didn't need
a great deal of urging."

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Off to the Front.
A theatrical woman went into a
Broadway drug store and leaned upon
the show case. A drug dispenser ad advanced
vanced advanced precipitately and, stood smil smiling
ing smiling expectantly before her.
"Have you got any smokeless pow powder?"
der?" powder?" inquired the woman sternly. 4
The young man backed off in fear
that the war news from the other side
had unsettled the' woman's mental
balance.
"Smokeless powder?" he gasped.
"No, madam, we haven't any. You
will have to go to a gun store for
that" t -'
"You haven't got any then?" she
persisted, piercing him with her deep,
dark eyes.
"No, ma'am," he said, all of a trem tremble
ble tremble by now.
"What do you call that in that box
in the show case?" she asked, point pointing
ing pointing at the article in question.
"That's ordinary face powder, lady,"
he explained freely.
"Well, that's smokeless, isn't it?"
she said with a silvery laugh, and the
drug dispenser was nearly overcome
by, the reaction.

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Where Steadlnsss Is Requisite.
A steady hand in military affairs is
more requifite than in peace, because
an error committed n var may prove
irremedi?Me Lord Bacon.

Artistic Disdount.

How much will you charge to paint my
portrait if I furnih the paint?
Pliegende Blaetter.

All ladies and gentlemen are earn earnestly
estly earnestly requested to grive 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

Joffre's Nickname.
In a note on General Joffre, London
Truth says; "A man of bourgeois
family, very much the soldier, very
much the mathematician, very much
the man of action, and quite as much
the man of thought. His family be belongs
longs belongs to the eastern Pyrenees. An
auctioneer founded it about a hun hundred
dred hundred years ago. This ancestor went
from village to village in: a showman's
van laden with goods. They were
trumpeted by him as bargains, Toffre
such or such an article at such and
such a price!' he cried, when he drew
Hp in the mayoralty square or market marketplace
place marketplace of burg or village. He began at
a high figure and went down gradual gradually.
ly. gradually. His Catalan name proclaimed him
a foreigner, and he adopted the nick nickname
name nickname county folk had given him of
Joffre le pere Joffre."

Germany's Sources of Wealth.
In 1912 Germany produced a min mineral
eral mineral output of $592,250,000 in coal, lig lignite,
nite, lignite, iron, zinc, lead, copper, rock salt
and potassic salt. Her foundry prod products
ucts products that year were: Pig iron, $212, $212,-627,750;
627,750; $212,-627,750; zinc, $28,589,750; lead, $11, $11,-038,000;
038,000; $11,-038,000; copper, $11,003,500; tin, $8, $8,-S74,000.
S74,000. $8,-S74,000. Two years ago the fisheries
of Germany yielded $103,916,990.

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mfcvv rn,i nuuui nucrcoes. J
It has just been discovered that the
sudden cooling of the atmosphere has
the effect of transporting microbes and
localizing them in-certain regions. The j
cool surfaces attract them from a dis-
tance almost instantaneously, the
smaller being transported farther than
the larger onesl These discoveries I

""u ii&ii, ujjuu me ungiii ui certain
epidemics, and may be useful in help helping
ing helping us to decide what climates ara
the mcst healthful.

Letter cf the Law.
The little stenographer hid been
typewriting so steadily all day that
at bedtime her tired brain kept work working
ing working in the same way, and she found
herself murmuring: "Capital Our
space capital Father ccrinia (Good (Goodness!
ness! (Goodness! what am 'I savin??)" So ho
conscientiously began again. But, in
spite of her efforts, the prayer ended
with "Capital Amen period" and
a sleepy, apologetic giggle.

Resourceful Servant.
"What!" cried the mistress to her
new maid, whom be had found sit sitting
ting sitting 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!"

"If you put it in water on your dczlz
it will keep fresh for days," said Bar Bar-Ine
Ine Bar-Ine Fable as she pinned a maris
on the coat lapel of young DQClisr
Hanscora.
"I'll do it and you'll sec me wear
it home every night while it liver,"
replied the doctor. "And for good Le Le-havlor
havlor Le-havlor perhaps you'll do me the hon honor
or honor of pinning on another?"
Dorine nodded. Her dimples played
about her mouth when she smiled ana
the sight of them had become a verr
Interesting part of Doctor Hanscom's.
summer sojourn at the Laketon hotel.
He was a young veterinary surgeon
and his ofiice and visiting hours were?
not long, so that he had had the advan advantage
tage advantage over many of the summer men ai
the hotel by getting home early. AnC
It seemed almost as if Doilne waited
for him on the tennis court or on tha
veranda.
Several times on the suburban trslza
that took him to the city he thought
of the girl's face as she had reached
up to put the little flower on his coat.
That evening while he was at din dinner
ner dinner Dorine came into the dining rocza
with her mother, and they both wore
automobile costumes. I
Dorine gave him her usual tnzt
smile and nod, and then her eye 3 fell
on his coat lapel, which was guiltless
of adornment. A slight flush burned
her cheeks and after that she gavo
him only cursory glances, and when
he asked her to walk with him as fca!
passed her In the corridor shi de-'
clined almost frigidly. j
For three days he did not fcav
conversation with her. He saw bxrj
across the dining room with her fa-
ther, mother and brother,. and ho re-
'ceived each time a cool little sodf
from Dorine. It was Saturday night; i
at the weekly dance that he deter- f
mined to talk with her. J
He waited for her at the big don-.'
ble door leading into the ballroom- J
He had fully' decided to force her to;
listen to him. As fehe came down-!
stairs, lovely in a white dancing dres'
he met her face to face. 1
'This has been our dance all sum-j
raer, Dorine. Have it with me cqt.j
He put his arm about her and they
stepped off together in the hesitation;'
waltz they had learned to danco so so-well
well so-well as partners. ;
When the dance was over he lea
her out through the French windows
that opened onto a secluded veranda.
"Sit down," Joe said, drawing up i
chair. Himself, he sat on the railing
facing her. r g
'"Now," he began, "what is the mat matter?
ter? matter? Why 1.yc you deliberately
avoided me for days?" He paused- j
"I know it was because you thought. thought.-I
I thought.-I was careless about your Cower -that
I had forgctten .it."
"You were you did," sail! Dorfno
with asperity. "And I know very well well-why
why well-why it was
"Dorine be-an Joe, but she In Interrupted
terrupted Interrupted him.
"Wait let me tell you ( Let mo
show yen "that 'I realize all about It,
before you tell me your excuse." Sha
laid emphasis .on the last word.
"George my brother told me vrhen
he saw me pinning it on .you that you. you.-would
would you.-would never be seen-wearing a yel yellow
low yellow flower that it was the emblem
cf the suffragbst! So you let somo
one ridicule you out of.it. I did not
pin it on you because of my viewy
on this woman question though they
are very strongly in favor of it tut
because I was beginning to well, to
like you, and I always give father
and George tL buttonhole bouquet when
they leave In the morning. I I was
very foolish to do it," s hie said.
"Dorine Fable, listen to me," the
young man said, earnestly. "This
sounds so funny I can hardly tell jqvs,
though I assure you it isn't funny
to me. The morning you .gave ms?
that flower I was called out to tlx
estate of Mr. Phillips to see what is-as
the matter with the foot of a rery
fine goat. While I was looking at its
foot the animal chewed my flower cfT
and the stable man who was with 123
roared with laughter. If you doubt
this, I will show you the withered
stem still pinned to the under side cf
my coat lapel. I had not put it in wa water
ter water on my desk, but was still wearing
It. Now, do you see 'how badly you
have treated me? Do you, Dorine?"
"And and It wasn't' because it wan
yellow, then?" she asked.
"Search me! Slay be the goat iras
an antisuffragist, but I'm not respon responsible
sible responsible for his views. Seriously, Dorine,
aren't you sorry?"
Dorine nodded.
And then Doctor Hanscorrf whf.
pered three little words m Dorine's
ear.

Fully Equipped.
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 honker? in
front," said Bennie, "so IV !xing
them up witi tail lights" ,'cungs ,'cungs-town
town ,'cungs-town Telegram.

Found Worms for Her to Eat.
African jungle people are not very
particular concerning their fooyd, says
the Christian Herald. One of our mis-
sionary ladies was down with an at attack
tack attack of fever, some time ago. TLis
was a source of sorrow to the poor,
unlearned, yet sympathetic natives,
who in their own way are really com compassionate
passionate compassionate and want to help. On
of these "bush mammies" tried to ex
press her sorrow because the "white,
mammy missionary" was so ill. After
a time she left the station with a.
bright idea in her head, and started
for the jungle. A little later she re returned
turned returned with a large tropical leaf frees
one of the trees. Upon it were sev several
eral several big crawling green worms, which,
she" had caught and brought to the
eick missionary. She thought they
would be nice and tender fcr hr ia
eat during her illness.

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THE PRESIDENT
5The Ocala Star publishes a length length-Ty
Ty length-Ty editorial criticizing the comment of
the Times-Union on President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's recent note to the British gov gov-'eminent.
'eminent. gov-'eminent. Our comment didn't please
the Star, and we do not remember
anything we said that did. But that
doesn't matter. Men may honestly
iiold opposite opinions, and so long as
;tliey discuss them honestly and-fairly
HJkere is no reason why either should
-object.
The Star thinks the Times-Union
opposes .President Wilson in every
;sfcand that lie takes, but this shows
that it has either not read this pa paper
per paper closely or that it has forgotten.
As to matters of legislative policy
the Times-Union has never differed
xith President Wilson except in his
Insistence on putting sugar and wool
at-:. i i -- t i-i t;t
on ine xree usi. vmie we wouiu UKe
to see a tariff enacted that would
cut out every" dollar of protection so
"long as protection remains in the tar tar-!LT,
!LT, tar-!LT, "we think it should be equitably
distributed. ?
. (The Times-Union expressed its
hearty -approbation of the appoint appointment
ment appointment of Mr. Bryan as. secretary of
state. Enlightened by the manage manage-rznznt
rznznt manage-rznznt of the state department during
-1 last two years we would not do it
,-again, but we v did it when Mr.1 Bryan
was appointed. .
When President Wilson took his
.stand against dollar diplomacy, we
ttntlnrsnd .his Tjosition as cordial v as
SITie had been our choice for the pres-
.Kfenr'. Wa; ww h
Mency. We did the same when he
announced a policy of recognizing on-
ly: legally-elected American govern governments.
ments. governments. ' :
! vvitn'T.nft pYrfm nn ot tref nsnnp
sugar, and wool two commodities of

which Florida does not produce as it isn't read very closely by the gen gen-much
much gen-much as it consumes we Were with tleman who wrote the foregoing, else
Ihe president for tariff reduction, and he would have written quite diff er er-we
we er-we did Tiqt flicker when Florida pro- ently; v
ilnAtv i't-iirrtl xrorl -'-'A 4- 3 T 4.L nH-I T T t

When President Wilson asked Con- ticle, the 1 editor of the Star went to
Uress to appeal. the clause in the Pan- his files, and by a cursory skimming
ama canal act which exempted Amer- over the issues of the last six or
lean coastwise shipping from canal eight months he found : quite a num num-tolls,
tolls, num-tolls, the Times-Union stood with the ber of expressions of opinion agree agree-president
president agree-president and against Representative irg with the Times-Union, and sev sev-"Underwood
"Underwood sev-"Underwood and Representative Clark, eral lengthy articles reproduced from
These are only a few instances that that paper with the Stars approval
-we remember. There are plenty of definitely given. .In fact, the Times Times-others'
others' Times-others' In fact, so far as matters of Union has been quoted oftener by the

.legislation are concerned there is no
man in public life with whom the
'Times-Union has oftener agreed or
rsnore rarely disagreed than with
President "Wilson. If the editor of
the Star had read the Times-Union
regularly .and had remembered what
lie read he would not have charged
this paper' with desire to differ, with
the president. The Ocala Star is
jrcnlarly read in this office,' out we
-clo not remember everything it says,
If we did, we might remember that
jat some time or other the Star was
fileased with something we said.
8ut while the Times-Union has no

desire to differ with the president, it quote from the foregoing article its
Is not particularly careful to agree own sentiment, which Ave learned
TTith him, and since the majority of many years ago, and have always
thev Democratic papers accept him as tried to practice, that "Men may
inspired, our refusal to do so is con- honestly hold opposite opinions, and
spicuous,, while we are lost in the so long as they discuss them horvest horvest-crowd
crowd horvest-crowd when we agree with him. And ly and fairly, there is no "reason why
so the impression prevails that we al- either should object."
-ways oppose the president never But the Times-Union goes on to
srree with him. say, "The Star thinks the Times-
Oqx criticism of the president has Union opposes President Wilson in

lcen mainly on account of his usur-
-pation of the powers of. Congress, but
for this Congress has been as much
to blame as he has. He has the veto
power and the power to recommend,
I trot he has no legal power to origi-
x mate, legislation. Will the Star or will
suryone else deny this? A number of
"bills "have been proposed after consul-
tation with him as administration
ineas-ures and the president has said
that he would insist that 'this or
that feature of a bill be retained or
climinated. -An obsequious Congress
Zns obeyed his orders. Will the Star
-or tvIU anyone else say that the spir-
it of the Constitution is not violated
T?hen the executive department con-
trols the legislative department of
2lie government?
Tlie Times-Union has bitterly crit criticised
icised criticised the handling of the Mexican sit sit-catioTi
catioTi sit-catioTi by the administration. We
thought the sending of a brigade and
of almost the entire fleet against

as second class matter.

(Foreign)
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Huerta a very undignified procedure.
Refusing to recognize him as an offi official
cial official either de jure or de facto a na nation
tion nation of one hundred million people
was made to senda powerful expedi expedition
tion expedition against him. Wasn't this like
hunting sparrows with a Krujp can cannon?
non? cannon? "V
'American lives and American prop property
erty property or lives and property confided
to the care of this government were
sacrificed in Mexico. Protest after
protest was made and every one treat treated
ed treated with contempt. Was tKis in keep keeping
ing keeping with the dignity L of the Ameri American
can American nation ? Americans were shot
across the border. More protests, al always
ways always ignored. Then troops were sent
with the statement that if the Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans fired across the border, Ameri Americans
cans Americans Svould 1 return the fire more fir firing
ing firing across the border than ever, and
not an American soldier allowed to
fire a shot in exchange. Then the
chief of staff of the United States
army was sent to reason and plead
with the Mexicans to stop. We would
like to see the Star say specifically
whether it was ashamed of that per performance.
formance. performance. Any man or woman mult
be perhaps a molluscan thing would
not. ; v-; I V
Then the seizure of Vera Cruz with
the? demand Huerta shall salute the
flag, the statement that the honor of
the nation demands it, and when he
presisted in refusing; the explicit
withdrawal of the demand.
The Star does not approve of this
any more than the Times-Union does.
The whole business is a deep dis-
Sface to the United States, and when
pinned down we don't think the Star
will have the cheek to deny it.
Times-Union.
The Star feels
complimented to
Knnw tnaMt is.rfmi ar v wan;n tne
Times-Union office, but it is afraid
Star and with more approval than
any other paper. ; ;
There are some three or four lines
of policy on which the Star differs
with the Times-Union, and some
times criticises. It prints more things
.we sympathize .and approve with
than we have room io comment on at
any length, let alone reproduce. The
Star considers the Times-Union an
excellent paper, and, as it is a.Flor-
ida paper, it is glad to be able to
truthfully say it considers its editor-
ial page equal to any; and superior to
many. As for differing with its edi-
torial policy sometimes, we only-
every stand he takes."
There was a time when the Star
had mighty good reason to think the
Times-Union opposed Mr. Wilson in
everythingand that it was not alone
in that opinion many others in Flor-
ida can testify. But in the article
the Times-Union refers to, it did not
make any such a statement. It did
refer to the T.-U's. often and some-
times, it thinks, unfair criticism of
Mr. Wilson. In the last year, the
Starjhas complimented the Times-
Union several times for supporting
the president's policies and once it
reprinted approvingly an article of
considerable length in which tho
Times-Union ably argued in favor of
Mr. Wilson's stand on the Panama
canal treaty. The Star also noted
approvingly the Times-Union's sup support
port support of the president's attitude toward-
dollar diplomacy anil two or
three other important questions.
Anybody who reads the Star's ar-

ticle and then reads the Times Times-Union's
Union's Times-Union's reply will see that the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union has not answered the Star. It
referred to one or two of the Star's
remarks and then went to talking
about something else. For instance,
it Hasn't told, as the Star asked it to
do, wherein Cleveland's foreign policy
shone with bravery and dignity in re regard
gard regard to Britain, Mexico or any other
country.
The Times-Union's article, in fact,
is simply a protest against the opin opinion
ion opinion so widely prevalent in this state

that it is not giving President Wilson
a fair nVal Wa will v for- it w
it is giving him a fairer deal than it
did a year ago, but it is not straining
its capacity for fairness now. For
instance, we did not consider its
criticism of the president's policy in
dealing with Great Britain fair, and
that is why we wrote the article that
excited the Times-Union's protest. It
will be seen that in its answer, the
Times-Union referred to this in its
first paragraph, and did not allude to
it again, let alone answer it.
The Times-Union should know thel
Star has criticised Mr. Wilson's Mex-1
ican policy, not bitterly but as sharp-
ly as it thought it should. The Star
hasn't joined the T.-U. in saying Mr.
Wilson was cowardly. It has said
that it thought he was mistaken, that
in some things he blundered, that he
was entirely inexcusable in allowing
the firing across the border to go on
as long as it lias in fact it has said
a good deal of the things the Times-
Union has said, and as some of them
were reproduced oh the editorial
page of the T.-U., it is strange that
that paper 'now speaks of our need-
mg to be pinned down to support our
own statements. ;
We do not consider President Wil Wilson
son Wilson as inspired. We think he is a
good man and a great one. We ex expected
pected expected him to make some mistakes

when vhe took office, and we decline tion of the British side of the ques ques-to
to ques-to abuse him because he fulfills our tion in searching neutral ships for

expecxauons. we uimK ne nas mucn
greater faith' in the good that should
be in humm nature than we have.
We are willing to admit, that his be-

lief in this respect may work out bet- being waged neutral nations must
ter than .we expect it to, and we sin- expect to be incommoded. They can can-cerely
cerely can-cerely wish it may; no matter how not fare as tliev do in times of Pro Pro-much
much Pro-much we doubt it.. After observing found peace. Their trade must suf-

the conduct of every president from
Hayes on as closely as possible thru
the press, and the ODinions of Deo-
pie, we must say that we do not
think Mr. Wilson has tried to en-
croach on the power of Congress any
more than anv of them and : Tiot ae
much; as some of them. Mr. Wilson
came into office with the definite
pledges of a great party, as approved

by the people at the polls, to carry iprmiaaDie coalition oi enemies, ene ene-out.
out. ene-out. He has. it is true, ured these mies whose .machinations; in neutral

measures on Congress. He did not
- ... I
could not-compel Congress to carry
them out. Congress could have re.
fused to enact' W nnrf nil r tVnam 1
into law, and would Iiave done so if a
majority of both houses had not
agreed with the president. In nothing
that Congress has done has it had
more strenuous urging from Mr. Wil-
son than in the-matter' of tolls re-
peal, in which he had the sunnort of
the Times-TTninn This Wa HicnnCoa
of the T.-U'S; artrument on that- iinp
Mr. Wilson's Mexican policy cannot
------
fairly be judged by the events of a
few months. He is trying to bring
abput permanent peace for that coun-
try and solid friendship between it
and this one. If he succeeds, the sue-
cess Avill be worth all it costs. It has
seemed to the Star that Mr. Wilson
should protect American citizens in

Mexico at any cost, that the Vera vertea to X5Tltlsn ports ana tnere re re-Cruz
Cruz re-Cruz incident was a series of blund- Qred to unload, the property rights
ers and that forbearance long ago of the, owners have been respected.

ceased to be virtue on the border. But
Mr. Wilson is not selfish, mercenary
nor' cowardly. He is doing what he
believes to be best, and.no matter how
much we disagree with him we don't
intend to abuse him.
; In conclusion we will say that we
highly approve of and entirely 'en-
dorse what the ji Times-Union said
Monday in regard to "Mr. Taft and

the Philippines," that we conaderr, wm ,n -umwQ

the T.-U. a' mighty fine paper and
arree with it about fnrtv tW trt
where we disagree with it once; that
it Has treated the Star very nicely
most of the time, and the Star has
tried to reciprocate; that it is wel-

come to spank us when it 'sees fit umteu s consuls in inl inland
and inland we will light a firecracker under gl"m The Washington government
its coattail whenever we think the Wl11 surely not submit to the Ger-

occasion demands.
This morning's session of the board
of county commissioners was faken
up by tne hearing 01 complaints
from constituents of the northwest-
ters. Among the other citizens who
raaae me veiKin ring in tne commis-
sioners rooms during tne day was
Mr. M. L. Payne, the Fairfield states-
man and all round public spirited cit-
The special election for alderman

in the fourth ward is proceeding to- Washington against German's laying
day. The candidates were supposed of mines in the open routes of corn corn-to
to corn-to be Messrs. F. G: B. Weihe and merce. But when British orders

John T. Moore. Mr. Weihe, however,
is out in a card in which he says he is

Statement of the Condition of the

OCALA IIATIHL DAI
OCALA, FLORIDA,
AN ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY
At Close of Business Thursday, De December
cember December 31st, 1914. Condensed from
Report to the Comptroller of the
Currency.
RESOURCES
L0113 and discounts, Mar-
lon county warrants ana
securities .. f 314,429.3o
U. S. bonds to secure cir
culation . .
75,000.00
40,000.00
I -rt i t j? Zt.
"UU5C 1UI,UIU1C
ana nxiareb
On hand $32,001.35
Due fm banks 59,150.27
91,151.62
$520,580.97
LIABILITIES
Capital stock, fully paid in? 75,000.00
Surplus (earned)
15,000.00
' 456.48
112,500.00
1,000.00
316,624.49
Undivided profits
Circulation
Bond account
DEPOSITS
$520,580.97
not a' candidate, that he considers he
was elected in the regular city elec
tion, and that he intends to ake the
matter into the courts. He will base
his case on the argument that the
council declared the vote a tie on one
ballot, in which the cross before his
name went over the line. So there
will probably be some fun ahead.
ENGLISH SIDE OF IT
The following from the Toronto
fnil sr( RmnirA ia a fair nrPRPtitA.
contraband:
The Washington Protest
In such a war as the one that is now
fe and some of their rihts must
unavoiaaoiy oe uencneu upon. vnue
theyk are : entitled to every reasonable
consideration at the hands of the
belligerents, tney cannot nope w De
exempt from the procedure usually
ionowea in regara to vessels unaer
suspicion of engaging in contraband
trade
The allies are at war with a very
2-1 i 1 1. J.'fl!
couniries aaa enonnoasiy w ine aim-
culues OI ine ames Vi tne various
mooes oi carrying on tne war against
Germany, Austria and Turkey, one of
me most elective is tnat oi isolating
them from external sources of food
supply and war material. In this
war xne prevention oi contraoana
trade is extremely vital for Britain
ana ner ames. xney cannot, anora
to take any risks in regard to sus-
Pect cargoes, from whatsoever coun-
try such cargoes are exported. So
. f i
lar tne ames nave Deen most con-
siderate of thie commercial interest
01 tne umtea j5tales' vvnenever
vessels carrying United
es- cargo are mterierea wim
Ulr crnea out w.ui
ine uimosc "spaicn ana witn cue
least trouble. When vessels found to
" rrLnZ tonirauana nave De-en ai
t ; i i 1 1 1 1
" 1 m"' u UA maMI1 v
of Preventing supplies reaching the
en25iy ,
The strong protest made by the
H"1? State,s. government against
unusn warsnips stopping 01 umtea
P merchantmen may have been
PromPieu oy a genuine leei-
ing.'of nevnuce. It would be hasty
X impure n zo a sire to.pieace tne
wnose votes win weign neavy in tne
scale at the. presidential election to
re held lefs than two year? hence
very. PQssioiy msiaem wuson ana
Secretary Bryan will withstand with
u 1IUCUCIClitc
man dismissal -of these American
agents accredited to the Belgium
government and to the German re-
quirement that they present commis-
Uions acceptable to the Berlin govern-
ment.
Tb Wninnn voront uc
felt itself bound by the conventions
Uf neutrality to maintain a passive
attitude in regard to- transgressions
cf international law by Germany.
President Wilson and Mr. Brvan
gave no response to the heart-pierc-
of the Belgium victims of German
atrocities. ; No protest came from
I came to United State manufacturers
for war supplies the Wilson govem-

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ment forbade the filling of the qrders.
For that reason Mr. Schwab,, the
head of the Bethlehem Steel Com-
pany, sought to buy a 'plant in Mon-1
treal in which he could manufacture
the articles ordered. When British
ships used their own wireless equip equipment
ment equipment to send messages from waters
under United States jurisdiction, Mr.
Wilson's government insisted that
the wireless equipment be removed.
No other country is now benefiting
more from the war than is the Unit United
ed United States. No country is reaping
greater advantage from Britain's
protection of Ihe sea-routes than is
the United States. No other1 foreign
country will derive more benefit from
the new security and the new spirit
of progress that the allies will win
for the world. Further, in no other
neutral country are the great mass
of the people so nearly heart and
soul with Britain in this war as are
the people of the United States.
MEETING OF VETERANS
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C- V.
met January 5th, 1915, W. E. McGa
hagin commanding.
Prayer by comrade H. W. Henry.
The following members answered
to roll call: Alfred, Ayer, J. II.
Brooks, J. L. Beck, R. A. Carlton, M.
T, W. Christian, R. J. Evans, B. J.
Freymouth, H. W. Henry H. N,
Knoblock, T. D. Lancaster, S. J. Mc Mc-Ateer,
Ateer, Mc-Ateer, W. E. JIcGahagin, John M.
Martin, B. H. Mcintosh, W. E. Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, B. H. Norris, J. W. Nance, C. C.
Priest, John Pasteur, William Rich Richardson,
ardson, Richardson, Joe Shuford, J. II. Badger.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
All of the officers were unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously reelected for 1915 except the
chaplain, lately deceased.
Capt. H. W. Henry was unanimous

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jly elected chaplain. Zlaj. T. D. Lzn
castcr Was elected vicc-cowmandcr.
Comrades F. E. Harris. -M. T.
Christian, Col. John M. Martin and
Alfred Ayer were appointed a com committee
mittee committee to write Gen. II. V. 'Long'.-s
memorial and that a pae of the min minutes
utes minutes be assigned to his name and
this memorial be written on It,
and a copy sent to his family.
Comrade W. B. Williams of Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Green, Ky., was introduced to the
camp and made some appropriate re
marks which were much enjoyed and
j he was requested to meet with tha
camp next month.
Alfred Ayer, Adj.
A large load of pine or oak wood
for $1. J. M. Potter, phone 15M. 4-Gt
NOTICE
The regular annual meeting1 of the
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
Company will be held in their cfTIee,
Ocala, Fia., on January 12th, 1915, at
7:30 o'clock p. m., for the transaction
of such business as' shai come before
the meeting.
II. B. Clarkson, President.
jC. E. Nelson, Secretary.
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Floe Caslccls and Doris! GcL
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Enbl Enbl-mers
mers Enbl-mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
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I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items 'for this department, call 'phone- 106)

Miss Jackson Hostess to the Auction
Miss Kathleen Jickson was hostess
this afternoon to a charming four;
table auction paty, her guests in including
cluding including the members of the Tuesday
Auction Club, of which she Af a pop-
;.ti!ar.,rncmber, and a lewVinenas..
Poincettia "bloomsei elhe-rtnci-pal
decorations. Mints were on. the
tables (during the games and at the
conclusion of the several progressions
the hostess assisted by her sister,
Miss Margaret Jackson and, Miss
Marthat Kate Rentz served, chicken
salad, tomato jelly, sandwiches,
pickles, sal tines and hot chocolate.
The prizes for 'top scores were pretty
hand embroidered guest towels.
flaying at the four tables were the
following guests: Misses Rosebud
Robinson, Nellie Gottlieb, Mafy Mc McDowell,
Dowell, McDowell, 'Ellen Clarkson',' Marion Dew Dew-y,
y, Dew-y, Ruby Gissendamer, Dorothy
Schreiber, Virginia. Sistrunk, Hazel
Brand, Ethel Crosby, Annie Davis,
Urs. B. F. Condon, Mrs. Herbert Latt-
ner, Mrs. R. N. Dosh, Mrs. W. V.
Newsome Jr., and Mrs. Harry Wal
ters. The players were joined late
in the afternoon by Misses Elizabeth
Mizelle, Tommie Stanley, Josiel Bui
lock and Mary Stewart.
Mr. James Leslie, after a -several
days visit to Mr. and Mrs.TF.-G. B.
Weihe, has returned to PanasofFkee.
Mr. J. A. Pittman has returned
home after an absence of several
weeks. ? V.
Mr, James Badger, of Oldtown, was
a wellknown Marion County citizen
spending today in town. V
Mrs. Mazieyles and daughter, J
Dorothy, have .rjeturned to their home
in Gainesville aftejarXi'isit of severa
N days with Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
v jMiss Erline Bridges, who has been
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Rev. and Mrs. Bridges, has re
turned- to Wesley an College, Macon.
rjThe first rehearsal of. "The, Old
Jlflida' Convention," a play to be giv-
Iby the forestry committee of the
Woman's Club Jan. 15, 'was held last
, night at the woman's club.
En route to the Woman's College,
Tallahassee, Miss Annie Pope Eagle Eagle-ton
ton Eagle-ton made a brief visit to Miss Jean Jean-nette
nette Jean-nette Mathews at Starke, who is also
a Women's College student.
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Mr. Claude Campbell, who has been
spending the holidays with his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Campbell;
left last night for DeLand to resume
hi3 studies at Stetson. 1
Miss Caroline Harriss has gone to
Atlanta and Forsyth, Ga., to visit
friends and relatives for several
weeks. At the former place she will
be under the care of Dr. Calhoun, the
eye specialist.
,. ,.-The
The ,.-The family of Mr. E. P. Rentz will
not move to Ft, Myers, until the
middle of the month and probably not
until February.
Mrs. W. II. Jackson, of Tampa, who
on several occasions has been art
admired visitor, to Ocala 4eaves Sat
urday. for Washington to visit rela relatives
tives relatives until February.
Dr. W. V. Newsom i remains quite,
ill at his home. He has been cor
fined to his room since Christmas and
although he is holding his own ne
shows no signs of improvement. V
"
Prof, and Mrs." K. J. Weihe, who
have been holiday guests of the for formers
mers formers parents, Mr. and;MrsvF. G. B.
Weihe, will .return to their home in
Jacksonville tomorrow.
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Mrs. Dodge, wife of the new pas pastor
tor pastor of the Presbyterian church, vill
arrive this week. She is visiting rel relatives
atives relatives in Ocala at present. Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater News. - 4
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Miss Mariam Mays, an attractive
college girl of Plant. City, was in the
city yesterday, the guest of her' aunt
Mrs. E. M. Osborn, en route to Bren Bren-au
au Bren-au after enjoying a holiday visit
home. 1 .'
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Pittman were
among the Jacksonville contingent at attending
tending attending the dance at the Atlantic
Beach hotel Saturday evening and
remained for the week-end. Metrop Metropolis,
olis, Metropolis, 3rd.
Miss Helen Brown, who has been
visiting friends and relatives since
summer, is expected home the middle
of the month. Miss Brown i? nr

with relatives in St. Louis and she.
will be accompanied home by several
college mates who will be her" guest'

ifor several weeks. :
Mothers Meeting Wednesday After-i
f noon at 3 O'Clock
Song, "How Firm a Foundation."
Prayer, by Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
Talk by leader, giving the origin
and purpose of mother's meetings.
Reading, "The Influence of a
Christian Mother."
Poem, "The Mothers of Men," by
Joaquin Miller.
Reading, 'My Mother," by Gertrude
Stevens Leavitt.
Recitation, "A Temperance Boy."
Poem, "A Hymn of Motherhood."
Short talk by Miss Nellie Stevens.
Temperance doxology. ; -At
the close of the program, light
refreshments will be served. All
mothers invited to attend. Be on
hand at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
W. T. Gary, Fort King avenue.
Eastern Star Sewing Circle (
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet with Mrs. Lewis Yonce
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
All members are urged to attend as
this will be a business meeting.
Mrs. N. B. Ponder; and young son,
Lamar, have returned to their home
in Orlando, after a visit of some
length to Mrs. Ponder's son, Mr. L.
W. Ponder and wife.
' Bishop and Mrs. Cameron Mann
have as their guests in Orlando their
daughter and sons, Mrs; W, E. Fisher
and two children, anil Messrs. Sto Sto-well
well Sto-well and Cameron Mann of New
York. "
Mr. Wiley Burford, who has been
spending the holidays with -.his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R., A. Burford,
will leave tonight to resume his
studies at Princeton University.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and young
daughter, Miss Merris Carroll, have
returned from a fortnight visit to
relatives in St. Petersburg. They
were joined for Christmas day by Mr.
Carroll. 1 i
.. Messrs. Robert Clarkson, Robert
Anderson, Jr., C. H. Lloyd and.Jamfc
Taylor have gone to Lake Bryant to
hunt and fish. They will return
home Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dobbins of
Jacksonville spent -several hours in
Ocala -yesterday en route home rfrom
a Christmas visit to Mr. Dobbins'
mother at Altoona. While in the
city Mr. Dobbins attended to busi business
ness business and Mrs. Dobbins visited friends.
Miss Jean Austin will go to Du Du-luth
luth Du-luth Tuesday to be the guest of Miss
Marie Merrill and attend the cotillion
which is the most important event of
the season in Duluth. St. Paul Pio Pioneer
neer Pioneer Press,
."vl. '-;.h
, Misses Irene Campbell, Sarah Har Har-greayes,
greayes, Har-greayes, Messrs. B. D. Lee and Hugo
Lanonette, r who H accompanied Miss
Ellen Stripling home Sunday from
. motoring "via Orlando. While in the
city Misses Campbell and Hargre;
eaves
were guests of Mrs
aylor.
Mr.-W. M. Wilson, rlantht nnr?
son,1 Miss Myrta Wilson and Mr! E.
W TTf TTTM j1 m
vy. wnson, tre-atter nome tora
visit from near- rt Worth, Texas;
are .spending seeexal ; days at Leeg Leeg-burg
burg Leeg-burg and Tavares arid before
turning home will probably extend
eir trip to Orlando.
Mrs. J. K; Austin has recently on-
tluded a. visit of several weeks to,
Mrs. C. F. i Benjamin of Alexandria,
Bay, N. Y., formerly Miss Bettie
Sharpe of this city. Mrs. Austin and
daughter, Miss Jean Austin, who ex expected
pected expected to come to Ocala for a visit
directly after the new year have de deferred
ferred deferred their trip until later, remain remaining
ing remaining in St. Paul, Minn.,, for the social
season, Miss Austin being one of the
coterie of charming debutants.
Mrs. Fannie Anthony has received
a message : that her son-in-law, Mr.
H. C. Webb, is seriously ill at his
home in Houston, Texas. Mr. Webb
is being attended by two specialists
who consider his condition very grave.
The Florida friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Webb will regret to hear of his
illness. v
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Mrs. James E. Johnson, who re recently
cently recently underwent a very serious op operation
eration operation in Tampa, has sufficiently re recovered
covered recovered to leave the hospital and is
now at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Robert Sales, where she .will remain

until the last of the month. She has
been joined by her two little daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Sarah and Lucy, who with their
nurse accompanied Mr. Johnson to
Tampa several days ago.

liss Jean Austin Entertained in St.
The society page of the St. Paul
Pioneer Press (Minn.) of December
27th Was adorned vitfr a large and
handsome picture of Miss Jean Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, formerly of.itaSytity, who since
returning from a several years stay
abroad has been the guest of her
f .uncle and aunt, MrJand Mrs. Frank
B. Kelloggat their home, e33PTf-
mont avenue. On the evenings of
Dec. 26, Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg enter entertained"
tained" entertained" over 200 friends at a yule
ball In honor of Miss Austin and of
the brilliant event the Press made
the, following mention:
"One of the most delightful affairs
of the season was the dance which
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Kellogg gave
last evening at the Saint Paul in
honor of their niece, Miss Jean Aus Austin.,
tin., Austin., The palm room had been, dec decorated
orated decorated with masses of Christmas
blooms and small fir trees. The
fountain at one end of the room had
been solidly banked with simlax and
fir trees and an orchestra stationed
behind a screen of smilax and palms
played for dancing. The hours were
from 8 to 12 p. m. Receiving with
the hosts and guest of honor- were
Mrs. J. K. Austin and Mrs. F. J. Ot-
tis. Miss Austin wore a charming
gown of soft white satin with over
dress and garniture of flesh colored
tulle embroidered in silver. Mrs. Kel
logg wore a gown of black satin with
elaborate garniture of white and
black embroidery. Supper was serv served
ed served in the main dining room of the
hotel, where the small tables had been
decorated with pionsettias and fern."
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The reading club met this after afternoon
noon afternoon with Mrs. J. H. Hill on Herbert
street.' ..' .v:-'
Miss Victoria Raysor left today for
a few lays stay at, her country home
at Lowell.
v
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin left this
afternoon 1 for Washington Seminary,
Atlanta.
,Miss MaieTaylQF reached home
Jast night from NeWork, where she
and her sister, Hp ilararet Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, have been spending the holidays
most delightfully Miss Margaret
Taylor returned to Valdosta, Ga.,
where j she is a member of the faculty
of the normal schoob t
' J. M. Barco nd his entire family
spent a most delightful day : yester yesterday
day yesterday at "Highland ; Grove,"; the splen splendid
did splendid property of Mr. Barco. A dainty
dinner was served in the open and a
happy family : time ended the first
day of the New Year- Clearwater
Sun. : r.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Petteway have
had as their guests, the former s
brothers, Mr. W. R. Petteway and his
nephew, Hubert Petteway, who left
yesterday for Gainesville where they
are Studying law. Mr. L. F. Pette Petteway,
way, Petteway, another brother, was also here,
and yesterday his mother, Mrs. S. C.
Petteway of Fivay Junction and his
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Williams of
North Carolina arrived on a visit.
Tampa Tribune.
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The following from the Eustis Lake
Region will be of interest to the
friends of the hostess and honoree:
A pretty compliment to Miss Percy
Saunders was the dinner-dance given
last Saturday evening, by Miss Wil-
I lie Igou at her handsome home on
the corner of Bay street and Lemon
avenue. The table was beautiful in
SnniVV linPTl Silver on1 nnf
a pyramid of natural flowers formed)
the
centerpiece. A tempting and
elegant menu was served in courses.
The place cards were lovely hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted designs. After dinner the
entire lower floor was thrown to together;
gether; together; and dancing was enjoyed,
music being furnished by the Dixie
Trio
I Mrs. M. N Bogart, of Ocala, is vis visiting
iting visiting her mother, Mrs. H. H. Stroth Stroth-r
r Stroth-r and -family on Seabreeze avenue.
Her many friends are extending to"
her a warm welcome. Seabreeze
Notes in Times-Union.
HOSPITAL NOTES
Mrs. W: E. Smith was taken to the
hospital today and will undergo an
operation.
Mrs. Tagg returned to her home
today.
All other patients are convalescing.
RICH LAND FOR RENT
Mrs. Bittinger wishes to rent six
acres of hammock land at Belleview.
Land is good, under fence and has
been in cultivation. Apply to Mrs. C.
L. Bittinger at her home in Ocala.

Condensed Statement of
THE MUIIROE S CHAM CHAM-BUSS
BUSS CHAM-BUSS ilMIOIIAL BAIII1
OF OCALA, FLA.

At the Close of Business, Dec. 31st,
1914, as Called for by the Comp Comp-i
i Comp-i troller of the Currency
ASSETS
Loans and discounts .$391,652.50 I
Stojcksaijd honds
County warrants
Overdrafts .
Bank building, furniture
and fixtures ..........
Cash and due from banks.
48,287.59
53.24
28,000.00
90,450.51
Total
,$624,121.60
LIABILITIES
Capital stock '. . .... $ 50,000.00
Surplus and undivided
profits ..
35,401.76
38,000.00
20,000.00
41,839.73
15,000.78
423,879.33
Circulation .
Bills payable"
Re-discounts
Bond account
Deposits .
Total ...
..$624,121.60
INSTALLATION OF
K. OF P. OFFICERS
Ocala Lodge No. 19, Knights of Py Pythias,
thias, Pythias, installed its officers for the en ensuing
suing ensuing term at last night's session.
District Deputy Jake Brown was the
installing officer and everything went
off without, a hitch.
The following constitutes the list
of officers who will' guide the desti destinies
nies destinies of No. 19 during 'the coming six
months:,
Charles Goddard, chancellor com commander..
mander.. commander.. ;
Charles B. Howell, vice chancellor.
Charles K. Sage, keeper of records
and Seal.
E. Lee Stapp, prelate.
D. W. Tompkins, master of ex
chequer, v
j. W. Akin, master of work.
C. L. Parker, master at arms.
W. W. Rilea, inside guardian.
George Nash, outside guardian.
After the installation a general
good of the order", discussion was
entered .into. : Speeches were made
byjthe newly elected officers, promis promising
ing promising their every endeavor to keep the
lodge up to the standard that it has
attained during, the past two years.
The "steering committee" composed
of three of the lodge's most wide
awake members,.; whose duties consist
of furnishing an evening's entertain entertainment
ment entertainment once during each month, was
also heard from in no uncertain man manner.
ner. manner. They renewed their allegiance
to keep the movement up until their
successors are ( appointed. A great
deal of the success of the lodge in
keeping it at the top of Florida
lodges in increased membership and
interesting meetings has been due to
this committee.
The outgoing chancellor command commander,
er, commander, Mr. William M. Gober, made a
splendid address in which he ad admonished
monished admonished the members to stand by
their newly chosen officers, as they
had those of the past two years and
the success of No. 19 was assured.
A movement now on foot may
mean that the Ocala lodge will be
meeting in its own home before many
semi-annual installations pass over
its head.
Many of the just knights" made
talks during the evening which were
greatly, enjoyed by the members, and
everything goes to show that the in incoming
coming incoming term will be the, best in the
history of the local lodge.
Quite a few recruits sought en
trance to the castle hall during the
l "iplete their ranks, but
as there appeared threatening clouds
it was not thought best to start on
such a long journey until a more pro propitious
pitious propitious season presented itself, and
they were asked to "call again."
Five applications were favorably
acted uponat last evening's meeting,
and two new applications put on file.
UNION CHURCH
OF NORTH OCALA
The first Sunday of the New Year
was one to be remembered with grat gratitude
itude gratitude by the faithful workers of the
Union church in North Ocala. Real Realizing
izing Realizing that the daily papers were a
source of encouragement to the pub
lic to assist in building this house of
worship the .congregation arose,
unanimously, to give a standing vote
of thanks to those splendid papers,
also to the donors of the building
fund. The same will be placed on, the
church records.
The indebtedness is small and an
earnest effort is being made to pay
all claims as soon as possible.'
The ladies are planning, a series of
entertainments, suppers, socials, etc.,
and hope to be as successful as all
their undertakings have proven dur during
ing during the last year. We are tod by one

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who attended all churches that their
Christmas entertainment was one of
the finest in the city, the little ones
showing remarkable talents in reci recitations
tations recitations and in unison of singing and
marching. Great credit is due also to
those who trained them. The sing singing
ing singing b the adults was excellent. Old
Santa was so natural that his own
little child did not know him. A dear
little story told of her will be accept acceptable,
able, acceptable, I hope. She, being disappoint disappointed
ed disappointed at not shaking hands with him at
the municipal tree, ran .forward,
clung to his hand and said, "Santa
Claus, I love you," and would not
leave till he promised to take her to
her own home, where she cooed and
showered caresses till he promised to
go and find her papa fpr her. Success
is expected in everything where this
enterprising community takes part.
ATTENTION
Members of Greenwood Cemetery
Association r
Members of the Greenwood Ceme Cemetery
tery Cemetery Association are requested to
meet at 3 o'clock Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the residence of Mrs. R. A.
Burford on Fort King avenue. Lot
owners and others interested in the
upkeep of the cemetery are urged to
be present. Officers will be elected
and other matters of importance at attended
tended attended to.
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
Myers. 1-Ct
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf

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IN NORTH OCALA
The members of the North Ocala
church will give' an oyster supper to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening beginning at 5
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. G. D.
Washburn. Let everyone attend 'and
spend a pleasant time and enjoy a
good supper and help a worthy insti institution.
tution. institution. .
Pillans Fam:us Florida syrup in
bottles at the Sn.th Grocery Co. tf
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A little trigger i.r .'numerous thing.
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We sell 400,000 cop;c3 every month ithotit
givinj? premiums and have o solicitors.' Any
newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the
publisher for free sample a postal v ill do.
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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
. it properly.
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

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Of unequalled QUALITY,
estcb cscS-cctliorc-
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Ci watchfulness in the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Eaw Materials
The workmanship also
S3 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
and CHOCOLATES.

Clarion-Dunn Lodge rco. 19. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at

:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, V. -M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
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ORDER OP EASTERN STAIr

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E.

meets at Yonge'o hal! the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.

Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

NOTICE

A special meeting of the stockhold

ers of the Mutual Mining Company

is hereby called to be held at the of-

nee of the company m 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, SecV'
Savannah, Ga., Dec. 21, 1914.
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NOTICE OF
STOCKHOLDERS

MEETING

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Coibert, Secretary.

CONCORDIA LODGE V. V. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
KNIGHTa OF PYTHIAS

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

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-

ting brothers. wm. Gober, C C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R, A. M.

-Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at

7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.

Jake Bra am, Secretary.

If you want a Nourishing.
StrenifthenlnsS Chocolate, -with
Ileal Food Value end at the
same time having a pleasant
taste, try our PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Dipped
TRISCUIT.

To : w. rmiim

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Fof Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
Your ,rder will have
immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Vao:a Shop.

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Funeral Director and
Embalmer
e.c.jS&co. Phone .10
Fnmiture and OpqIq "Fla -Undertakers
WCdid, JL Id.
219 WEST BROADWAY

HELPLESS AS '.DAI

1

Down in Llind Unable to 7or!r,

and What Helped Her.

Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna

Belle Emey, of this place, says: "1 suf suffered
fered suffered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with

out success.' 1 sun 2red so very much,
that 1 became down in mind, and as help

less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind

of shape. Was unable to do any work.

I began taking Cardui, the woman's
tonic, and got relief from the very first

dose. : By the time 1 had taken 12 bot

tles,- my health was completely restored.

I am now 48 years years old, but feel as

good as 1 did when only 16.

Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and I feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, artd could

make them know the good it would do

mem."

If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for

more man ou years, ana wm neip you,

100.
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it

Write to: Chattanooga Medldns Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Dept., Chattanooza, Term., for Special

Hstrurttone on your case and 64-pag-e book, Homt

1 reatment lor wcm?n," in piam wra 'per. X C 1 S 1

To the stockholders of the Commer

cial Bank of Ocala:

Notice is hereby given that the an

nual meeting of the stock-holders of

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 3t. Cashier.
To Melt Paraffin.

Take a large empty tomato can or

any other large can; cut It off from

the top all around about two inches

from the bottom with a can opener.

It is large enough for any jar and

deep enough to paraffin a little way
past the cover of the jar if there is

enough paraffin in when melted to fill

can three-fourths full. It can be put

right on the stove and the paraffin

melts very quickly.
TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA

OCAIiA IiODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

he second and fourth Tiuesday even even-ngs
ngs even-ngs in each month. Visiting breth

ren always welcome. Club ":. house

opposite postofiice, east side.

David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE

Ocala Lodge No. L. O. M.,

nveets every Thursday at- 8 i 30 p. u.

Visiting bxethern always welcome lo

the lodge and club housfc on Mag

nolia street, near postoffioe.

u. D. Rooney, Dictator.

Thousands of people keep on suffer suffering
ing suffering with neural cda because they do

not know what to do for it. Neuralgia

is a pain in the nerves. What you want

to do is to soothe the nerve itself.
Apply Sloan's Liniment to the sur

face over the painful part do not rub j
it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrated very j

quickly to the sore, irritated nerve

and, allays the inflammation. Get a

bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25

cents of any druggist and have it in

the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and

like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but.it does give almost'

instant relief m
,
Worthy Comparison.

."As near as I can figure it," com

mented Judge Pettingill of Chanute
"a treaty and a married man's promise
to his wife to water the plants and to
spend the evenings ath.ome, when he
sends her away to see the folks, have

many strong points in common."
Kansas City Star.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at

the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visi tin?
sovereigns are always welcome.

F. J. Burden, C. C.
- Chas.. k..- sage. Clerk. A6

9

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9 Jacksonville to Leeshurg
9:05 p. m. ?
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville

Natural Question.
"I will wash mine hands In inno inno-cency
cency inno-cency said infant class Hilda, mem memorizing
orizing memorizing her Sunday school lesson.
"What is innocency, mamma? Is it
a new kind of soap?" ''

DANGERS OF A COLD

1

Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the colds them themselves
selves themselves that you need to fear, but the
serious diseases that they so of ten
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-

eay.oi great neip to you. it loosens a

' t11 1 0. cold, religyes. the lungs, aids expec
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters toration Inrl V.nahlps th vtf u

burg 2:18 a. m.

No. 38; S' Petersburg to Jackson-;
ville 2:25 a. m. f r
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Peters-burg
burg Peters-burg 2:40 p. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKspn JacKspn-ville
ville JacKspn-ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
m.'
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
a. m. '.''i ;
No. 49, Ocala to H jmosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala--Arrives
1:05 p. m.
No. 35 (Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland 6: 40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Sunny jim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday. 1
No. 1 5 J Ocala to Wilcox -6 :10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 o.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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
a. m.

No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville -Arrive
1 p. m.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:10 p. m.
Ocala Northern
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 'Leaves Ocala "for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m.

toration and enables the system to
throw off the cold: For sale by all
dealers. adv

Duty of the Wiser Part.
Since the foelish part of mankind
will make wars from time to time,
with each other, not having sense
enough otherwise to settle their dif differences,
ferences, differences, it certainly becomes the
wiser part, who cannot prevent these
wars, to alleviate as much as posslBle
the calamities attending them. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin Franklin. 4

Whole wheat bread mace unler i
new process, wrapped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a suffere. from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery, if-tf

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

Optimistic Thought.
A true-bred merchant is the best
5entleman of the naticn.

COUGH MEDICINE
FOR CHILDREN
Never give a child cough medicine
that contains opium in any form.
When opium is given other and more
serious diseases may follow. Long ex experience
perience experience has demonstrated that there
is no better or safer : medicine for
coughs, colds and croup in children
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It is equally valuable for- adults. Try
it. It contains no opium or other
harmful drug. For sale by all deal dealers,
ers, dealers, adv

: J.B. pZhGO, Watchmaker
All kinds of JewTelry, Type-
writer, Sewing Machine and
Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
ly executed. Prices reasonable.
9 Satisfaction guaranteed.
216 S. Magnolia Street

Piilans Famous rioriaa syrup in

bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
Roads to Success.
The quickest and straightest road
to' success is undoubtedly to find a
competent instructor, and let him do
the leading; but it is quite possible
to learn unaided.
STOP THE COLDS; THEY
OFTEN RESULT SERIOUSLY

Colds, croup and whooping cough
are children's ailments which need
immediate attention. The after

effects are often most serious. Don't
take no risk you don't have to. Dr.
King's New Discovery checks the cold,
soothes the cough, allays the inflam inflammation,
mation, inflammation, kills the germs and allows
nature to do her4iealinfr work. 50c at

your druggist. Try a bottle today, m

mm new?

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In order that the first white child born in the city jf 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 chair 3.00
Gerig's Drug Store, baby's toilet set 2.00
A. E.. Burnett, necklace, '. 2.00
Ocala Photo Co., half doz. photos 4.03
Rheinauer & Co., baby carriage quilt. ................... 1.00
Little's Shoe Parlor, satin furtop soft sole shoes. ........ 1.00
Cam-Thomas Co., -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
reported later.
-
Anyone desiring to add a gift to the above .list may do so
at any time before a claim is made for it by calling phone 51
and stipulating the gift and its value.

MUST LIT'

iOMELESS CHIi

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 I
Just Must Be Cared For
WE FEEL SURE that they do not know that there are
hundreds of Worthy Mothers in Florida who are just
struggling to keep their little ones alive, and at home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with these facts
true, and every orphanage in Florida Crowded to the
doors, that the people of Florida will let our great work
which has oared for 850 of these little ones This Year
alone, go down for1 lack of funds to keep it up. Your
immediate help is greatly needed -Right Now. Please
send what you can today to
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer, v
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

4V. K. Lane, M. D., Thyslcian and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Xoso
and Throat. Law Library. Building,
Ocala, Fla.

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

Pillans Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf

Oysters Secured by Divers.
In some parts cf the Mediterranean
oysters are brought to the surface by
native divr

Valuable Gum.
A gum has been discovered in largo
quantities in the Malay peninsula that
yields from 10 to 23 per cent pure
rubber.

CHILDREN'S COUGHS.

CHILDREN'S COLDS J

Both Are Serious
When one of your little ones shows
symptoms of approaching cold, give
it Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey at once.
It acts quickly, and prevents the cold
growing worse. Very healing
soothes the lungs, loosens the mu mucous,
cous, mucous, strengthens the system. Its
guaranteed. Only 25c at your drug druggist.
gist. druggist. Buy a bottle today. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for sores. m

The Maoacjsinent cl DI2.' LVlcCLANE
Medical, Surgical, HyfiropaiMc
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

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vOLETt sy (stop it? iiAvAA ij.gS
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fitrnotlool Cartoon Co., n.Vi ': : 1 ; ' NHn -'2-
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' Wo Aim
To Be Upright in Our Dealings
We Put
OUR MEATS UP FIGHT
Making it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM

PHONE 103.

v Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.

: TvlLWEElY SALE
- I ..
x AvVe need the money; and the space
Mice Assortment ; ol ISie- Season's Best Still
j Also' Slocl:Froiii"0iii CrystaiRiver Bpsinss;
Sold Beloxv Cost v
Big values while they last For The Cash
' m$ CliflSV -AFFLECK
Upstairs, rear Helvenston's store

mssm: Mpjme cow am
vOUR SPECIALTIES:
JOHN' BEER &TEEL PLOWS
With steel bottoms and steel beams
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AP.3EEIICAN STEEL WIRE FENCING
L H. C. GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES
MYER PUMPS AND PUMP JACKS
IRON. PIPE, 1-8 TO 10 INCHES
" Valves and fittings to match

PUT YOUR RD IN THE STAR

' Path to Complete1 Success.
Man is the most successful creatuie
so far, because he has kept his bal balance,
ance, balance, but the worst thing about him
is the size of his brain, for it indi indicates
cates indicates that he has let himself grow
too much in one direction. Biology
teaches us that success is attained
by keeping the power to improve:
by going out and struggling; by. not
looking around for a snap, but princi principally
pally principally by not 1 ermitting oneself to
grow into a rut. v

PROVISIONS FOR THE

' ARMY IN THE FIELD

,
Importance of Keeping Body Well
Nourished

In time of war, the: greatest effort
is always made toward cutting off
the base of supplies. It is the well well-nourished
nourished well-nourished people who fight the
strongest and live the longest and
contribute most to human progress.
Is your stomach doing its duty does
it convert food into good blood and
tissue?
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery has been so successful in the
treatment of indigestion, that thou thousands
sands thousands of former sufferers owe their
good health of to'day to its wonderful
power, and testimonials prove it.
'It arouses the little muscular fibres
into activitv and causes the gastric

juices to thoroughly mix with the

food you eat, simply because it sup supplies
plies supplies the stomach with pure, rich

blood. Its weak, impure blood that

causes stomach weakness, uet goou

blood through the use of Dr. Fierce s
Golden Medical Discovery, and you
will have no more indicrestion.

It is the world's Proved blood puri

fier. Its not a secret remedy for its

ingredients are printed on the wrap wrap-ner.
ner. wrap-ner. Start -to take it todav and before

another day has passed, the impuri

ties of the blood will begin to leave
vour bodv through the liver, kidneys.

bowels and skin, and in a few days
vou' will know bv your steadier

nerves, ifirmer sten. keener mind.

brighter eves and clearer skin that

the bad blood is passing out, and new,
rich, pure blood is filling your veins
and arteries.
The same good blood will cause
nimnles. acne, eczema and all skin

eruptions to dry up and disappear.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov

ery is the helpful remedy that nearly

everyone needs. it contains no alco

hol or narcotics of any kind. 11
Pulsations of the Blood.

A grown-up persou has ordinarily
twenty-eight pounds of blood, and at
each pulsation of the heart ten ounces
are sent through the arteries and
veins. The pulsations average 120 per
minute in infancy, 80 in manhood and
60 in old age, and are rather more

rapid in women than in men.

The Boy's Room.
A neutral color of wall paper makes
a good choice for a boy's room. Such
a tone will harmonize with pennants,
posters and varied trophies sure to be
collected. Warm, gray buff, tan, dull
yellow, are all excellent foundation
colors that will not clash, no mat mat-ter
ter mat-ter what the color introduced.

iNotice is hereby given that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, at its regular meet meeting
ing meeting to be held at the city hall of said
city, in said city, on
Tuesday, the 5th tlay of January, A.
-.P. 1915,
at eight o'clock p. nw win consider
bids for the construction of such
sidewalks and curbs not already con constructed
structed constructed on both sides of the follow following
ing following named streets within the cor

porate limits of said city, to-wit:

South Third. street, commencing ai

Magnolia street and running thence

east to Herbert street (also known

as Wenona street) ; Tuscawilla street,
commencing at Fort King avenire and

running tnenoe soma to douiu
Eighth street; Washington street,

mmencing at Magnolia street and

running thence east to Watula street;
Adams street, commencing at Mag

nolia street and running thence cast

to High street; and Herbert street

(also known as Wenona street) com

mencing at Fort King avenue to
South Eighth street.

The amount of. sidewalk and curb

to be constructed on said streets be-

iner anoroximately as follows: 6456

square yards of sidewalk and 11,840

lineal feet of curb. -.

Said sidewalks and curbs to be

constructed in accordance with- spe

cifications now on file in t"ie office of

the clerk ol the city of Ocala, in the

city hall of said city in the city of

Ocala. Marion county, Florida. Ref

erence to which said specifications

may be had upon application to said

clerk at said office.
All said bids to be sealed and filed
with the clerk of the city of Ocala at
least five days prior to said oth'dav
of January, A. D. 1915.
The city council reserves the right
to reject any ani all bids.
C, W. Hunter,
President of the City Council of the
Ci r of Ocala.
(Seal) Attest:
H. C. Sistrunk, 4-tUbi
Clerk of the City of Ocala.'

MOTFIK

Soda Water Cf oars, and Cicjarettes'
besoifor CASH-''Hereafter
By J. J. GEEIG, Proprietor

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

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MULES FOR SALE

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

ROGERS, Lynne, Fla. 1-1-lfri-tues

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Uncle Eben.

'Be patient said Uncle Eben. "but

don't mope around an' imagine you're
a Job when you're only a Jonah

Efficiency of Arc Lamps.
"The use of, arc lamps under high
atmospheric pressure has been ropcrt ropcrt-ed
ed ropcrt-ed by Professor Lummer of ilrezlau,
to give great increase in efficiency.
Under 20 amperes, the temperature
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to 7,500 per cent, and the brightness
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, i JANUARY 5, 1915
END WILL COME
THRU EXHAUSTION
OCALA OCCURRENCES
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EIGHT

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
' Mr. R. S. Hall is attending to bus business
iness business affairs in New York,

Laurie Benjamin left today to re resume
sume resume his studies at St. Leo.

R:F.

Mr. S. L. Griggs, of Lynne, is

transacting business in the city to today.

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

Mr, B. F. Condon made a business

trip to Leesburg yesterday. He was
accompanied by Dr. A. J. Beck.
" You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. . 22-tf
Sir. P. L. Billingsley is here from
- Orlando, for a visit to his Ocala
friends and to attend to business
affairs.

WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

- Max.
Jan. 1 56
Jan 2 ...... i....... 60
Jan. 3 65
Jan. 4 65

1 Local Forecast
Rain tonight and probably Wednesday.

Min.
48
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TONIGHTS COUNCIL MEETING

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

!.Ir. F. J. Titcomb, state prison in

jector, vs among the prominent
rioridians in the city yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. ;

, Have you 4tried the dining room at
f !ie Ocala House? You'll jiever knov
how good it is till you do so. 23-tf

A beautifully marked, 18" months

eld pedigreed Shetland Mare Pony for

rale. Address Star Office. dh

K Mr. G. D. Haley of Jacksonville

was a business visitor today, return returning
ing returning home on the Seaboard this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. While here he greeted many
friends.

Bids for building a goodly quantity

of cement sidewalks will be opened at

tonight's council meeting.

The result of today's special elec

tion for alderman in the fourth ward

will be canvassed at tonight's meet-

ing,

Mr. Albert Martin, the paper sales salesman
man salesman of Jacksonville, is in the city
calling on his trade. Mr, Martin has
many Ocala friends who are always
glad to welcome his visits here.

Mr. Charlie Standley, who has been
living in Dawson, Ga., for several
years arrived last night and will
again make hi3 home in Ocala with
his mother, Mrs. S. A. Standley.

Try our steam balced bread, made
irom the choicest flour and milk to
be, had. Shop is always kept ; jn
most sanitary condition. Carter's
Bakcryr 5-tf.

Mr. George Davis has resumed his
place in Kreger's refreshmentery.
George is an artist in concocting
tango dips and other delicious ice
..cream freaks, and Kreger's patrons
clamored for his return.

Dr. Walter Hood is driving one of
the finest two-passenger autos' in
town an uptodate Studebaker 30
coupeJ It is a handsome and power powerful
ful powerful car, and has all the modern im improvements
provements improvements '"-,'

. NOTICE
-- :' ., v.
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
, of the Metropolitan Savings
. Bank of Ocala
, Ocala, Fla., Jan. 5, 1915
To the Stockholders of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Savings Bank of Ocala:
You are hereby notified that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the above company will be held at
the office of the company Tuesday,
January 19th, at 8 o'clock, p. m., for
the purpose of electing officers of the
company and attending to such other
business as may properly come be before
fore before the body.
George Giles, President.
Attest: F. P. Gadson, Cashier. v

NOTICE

Of; Animals Impounded
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city: One white cow marked
crop in each ear; one red steer mark marked
ed marked crop in one ear split in other.
The owners thereof or their agents
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals
are not claimed and. all expenses of
taking and impounding thereof are
not paid within three days from t date
hereto,, to-wit : On the 8th day of Jan January,;
uary,; January,; 1915, 1 1 will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to, take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
W. F. Adams,
Marshal City of Ocala.
-A Holloway, Imp.
This January 5th, IS;. It

AUTOS DAY AND NIGHT

By calling phone 251 or 516 you

can get auto service at all hours; re

sponsible chauffeurs and charges rea

sonable. Van Boney, Owner. 1-5-tf

A NEW YEAR GREETING

Editor Star: Enclosed please find

money order, for $2 for the Weekly

Star, which greets me weekly and

seems as tho I could not do without

it. as I have been a subscriber ever

since 1900.

I hope that .this may be a very

prosperous and profitable New Year

to the Star and its many readers.
' Mrs. D. H. Matthews.

Hawthorne, Florida, Jan. 1st, 1915

Mr.'D. R. Zetrouer, the cattle

king of Marion county, is in the city

for several days as a witness in the

circuit' court. V

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Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar Local Hoods

FOR RENT Cottage on Tuscawilla
street, G rooms and bath; fitted up
for gas and electricity. Can give
possession between the 10th v and

15th of January. Mrs. Jake Brown

Phone 162. 5-6t

EYE GLASSES LOST Lost on the
streets Saturday, Jan. 2, gold fram

ed eyeglasses with chain and but
, ton attached'. Finder will be re

warded by returning same to the
Star office or George MacKay, 3 3t

FOR RENT Well located and. nicely

furnished rooms in residence next
to. the Colonial; also for light

housekeeping. Inquire at the Co

lohial. 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

- office. 26-3t

between Austro-HungarianS and the
Germans might end the war. I do
not think so. The Germans of Vien Vien-ha,
ha, Vien-ha, while not so blustering, are more

Pan-German than Prussians. The
most trustworthy account from?Ber-

in declare that this feeling of rival

ry is no more"1 pronounced than the

professional jealousy of the Austrian

and German armies, which does not
amount to much, in my opinion.

MOVE THE DRUGSTORE

NEXT MONDAY

The Bitting r Knight drugstore

will be moved next Monday to its new

location : on North Magnolia street,
one block south of the Seaboard pas passenger
senger passenger depot. :

The store room is now toeing nicely

fitted up and when completed will be

one of the best equipped and most
modern in the city. A new soda

fountain will be installed as soon as

the spring season opens up.

The Bitting & 'Knight store will
this spring make a specialty of field

and garden seeds and already its

large stock has begun to arrive.

Mr." Bitting says that his present
stand is not as desirable as it was

prior to the moving of the city mar

ket tenants: all over the city, hence

his determination- to move" to the
northern part of the city.

VALUE OF COOPERATION

FOR SALE Sawed ceJar posts, ail
heart, any quantity. .George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9'-tf
FOR RENT A house .on Watula
street opposite the telephone office.
All modern conviencies, electric
lights, gas, hot and cold water and
bath complete. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at Haycraft's Millinery
store. 29-12t
WANTED-Position. Reliable youn g1
man of 28, experienced in both
salesmanship and office work, de desires,
sires, desires, a position ; of some kind at
.- once. Best of references. Address
Care Box 315. 2-Ct

FOR- SALE Several slightly used
v dressers dnd washstands at less
than "half price; get these and rent
that extra room. E. C. Jordan &
Co., 213 W. Broadway. Phone 10. Gt

POTt RENT Three five-room cot cottages
tages cottages between the Ocala high school
N and primary school buildings. Ap Apply
ply Apply to .Mrs. R.,T. Weaver at millin

ery store.

l-l-6t

FOR SALE Litter of bull pups for
sale, sired by Carmichael's Joe, out
h of Edna, granddaughter of Colby's
Pincher ; now ready to ship. E; C.
Beuchler, Gainesville, Fla. l-2t
FOR RENT On first floor, three
connecting rooms; hall, piazza;
electric lights and water; large
yard; in best neighborhood. Apply
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

The Sunday afternoon lecture in
the Temple theater wasj well attend attended
ed attended by. a most appreciative audience.
Friar Tuck of DeLand, the "Wizard
of the Lecture Platform," .gave a
thoro talk on "Facts and Fancies
His theme .of, concerted cooperation
in all things -pertaining to the social
and business life of women and men
was ably covered. Interlined with
wit 1 and humor which gave zest to
the points needed in impressing a
thought for memory .retention. He
said that Florida was the greatest
state in the Union and" a glowing
tribute to God's country indeed; ev everything
erything everything here to make it the home of
contented being. However while all
the advantages were' here, yet th6 one
particular part wras but in its in infancy
fancy infancy and( that of cooperation. His
observations through the state
brought to his "mind very, forcibly the
fact .that while everything could be
grown and ; raised in Florida, yet the
all important factor remained un unsolved;
solved; unsolved; and that is the marketing of
the products. :
He dwelt at length on the new
movement of the Florida Marketing
Bureau,- which is making rapid strides
in the right direction, of the endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of the marketing department of
the department" of agriculture of the
U. S. government, of the assistance
given to the bureau by Mr. C. E. Bas Bas-sett,
sett, Bas-sett, and the interest now being man manifested
ifested manifested throughout the state. ;
Such lectures as these must do
good, the. people must know their
own responsibilities, the new comers
must profit by this movement so that
their lot when choosing Florida for
their future home may be assured,
that to start a little farm will prove
a pleasure and a living profit. This
will make everyone happy and con contented.
tented. contented. v:,? ). vr;y v -X' ;.
Friar Tuck is able to hold the at attention
tention attention of an audience and we wish
him success in his object of bringing
this message to all the people in the
state.

EIGHTEEN MONTHS
FOR ENGLISH

Rev. E. M. English, a ( colored
preached who made a specialty dur during,
ing, during, the latter part of 1912 of passing
bogus checks, was tried in the circuit
court this forenoon. The jury in the
case was out only a short time when
they brought in a verdict of guilty,
and the judge pronounced sentence of
eighteen months in' the state peni penitentiary
tentiary penitentiary for English. English was so
very profuse in his thanks to the
judge for the lightness of his sen sentence
tence sentence that his remarks bordered upon
contempt, and he was warned that
unless ,he desisted he was likely to
draw a full -five year term, i

WOpD FOR SALE
; A large load of well seasoned, oak
or pine wood for stove or fireplace,
for $1. J. M. Potter, phone 15M. 4-6t

FOR SALE Sterling upright piano.
Good 1 condition; $85. Address Box
491, city: 5-3t x

Upon Good Ground.
So much as we are quiet and cheer

Lful upon g'ood ground, so' much we live

and are. as it "vere, Su heaven- R.
No Chances Tor Him.
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town asked an Irishman who was
passing if he would buy a suit length,
and added r "You "can have it for ten
bob" To which Pat replied: "Begob,

Uir, if tuppence would buy the makings

f a topcoat for an elephant I couldn't
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