The Ocala evening star

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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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daily
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
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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University of Florida
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Petrograd, Jan. 6. The broken
. agments of Turkish invaders of
( -Vans-Caucasia' are being pursued to-
iday by the victorious Russians, who j
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The rugged country through which
j the Turks are fleeing has impeded
their flight. Thousands have been
killed in. the chasms and deep stearms.
LOSS OF TUG RAMBLER AND
HALF A DOZEN LIVES

SUIII1ST.
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. Bjpjnswick, Ga., Jan. 6.--It ds be believed
lieved believed six-were-drowned when the
tug Rambler went ashore Monday
, near Cumberland light house in St.
Andrews Sound. .The dead are Fire Fireman
man Fireman Robertson and Cook Dave Smith,
washed ashore. Missing, Capt. Harry

Ingram, Engineer Charles Dart, Fire-
men Bell and Segui. The Rambler
was battered to pieces.
POPE HAS ARRANGED
EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS
Helps the Badly Wounded to Return
to their Homes
Rome, Jan. 6. The pope was no notified
tified notified today that Germany and Aus Austria
tria Austria have accepted his suggestion that
all prisoners of war incapitated. for
further service be exchanged.
BURDETT SOUGHT ROOF
OF A BUILDING
And Escaped by Suicide the Pursuit
of the Ofiicers
Atlanta, Jan. 6. Walter Burdett,
aged twenty, committed suicide on
the roof of a building in Baker street
early today. Burdett fled from ofii ofiicers
cers ofiicers wanting him on the charge of
automobile stealing. He fired twice
at the officers.
Feel like trying a Scotch highba'l
(any other kind if you do not lik!
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf 1
The best gin rickey in the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
It is our delight
necessary in order to
make you ah

That any other house in the
This may seem like a wild statement but all we ask is an opportunity to prove what we say. Just
that costs you any where from 3(K$o 60 per cent more money.. We are ready and willing to stand by
are selling you' a suit for FIFTE&JT DOLIiAItS that absolutely cannot be duplicated in the city for
overcoat before you have inspected jar line of FTTEEN DOIiliAR GOODS.

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0 ATTACKS
FRENCH CONTINUE TO GAIN
GROUND ON THE ALSATIAN
FRONTIER
Paris, Jan. G, 6 p. m. The Ger
mans made two desperate attacks to
day to regain lost ground in the sand
dunes of the coast and southeast of
St. Georges. Both were repulsed
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Along the Aisne and around
Rheims, the French : artillery silenc silenced
ed silenced the German batteries. The. French
advanced a hundred yards northwest
of Rheims. In the Argonnes, the
French 'have retaken three hundred
yards' of trenches.
HOLD THE SUMMIT" OF TttE ItILL
Paris, Jan. 6.- Iri the Argonne re
gion the French, blew up 800 yards of
German, trenches, occupying half of
them. Near Point Ammousson the
French continue to gain ground, and
in the, region of Thann the French
maintained their position despite the
terrific bombardment of the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. ; ;- ..
The Germans, however, reoccupied
one of their old trenches on the east eastern
ern eastern slope, but the French hold the
summit of the hill. ;
ANNA WASN'T ALIVE
Pardon from Blease Wasn't Needed
to Take her Out of the Pen
Spartanburg, S. C, Jan. 6. A par pardon
don pardon for Anna, Drummond, sentenced
for life in 1911 for the murder of her
husband 4 has been received from Gov.
Blease. The records show she has
been, dead for, two years.
DOUBLE MURDER AND SUICIDE
Ohio Man Shot his Wife, her Boarder
7 and Himself 7
Akron, Ohio., Jan. 6. Charles Hy Hy-slop,
slop, Hy-slop, trainman, shot and killed his
wife, fatally shot Joseph Schrader,
a boarder, and then suicided, early
today. ; '': . ..
STOCKS ARE FIRM AND HIGHER
? New, York, Jan. 6. -Trading in
stocks is quiet. The tone is firm, and
generally a fraction higher.
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to measure a customer who knows what he wants and insists on getting it, as this is the
give satisfaction. I do know the Tailoring business; I am. an expert tailor and cutter,

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Berlin, Jan. 6. A terrific battle is
being fought for the possession of
the heights of Bennheim, in Alsace.
The French yesterday gained a foot
hold but later were driven off at the
point of they bayonet. The Germans
captured several trenches in Argonne
region.
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PROGRESSING IN POLAND
In Poland the Germans continue to
progress, capturing several Russian
points of support with fourteen hun hundred
dred hundred prisioners.
VICTORY OVER VILLA
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CARRANZA'S ARMY OCCUPIED
PUBELA AFTER A FIERCE
CONFLICT t
Vera Cruz, Jan. 6 Carranza's army
today occupied the city of Puebla, af after
ter after the fiercest battle of the
Mexican war. Seven hundred men
were killed. Villa's army is in full
flight today. Street fighting continu continued
ed continued until late last night ;
, The Carrahzaists captured six hun hundred
dred hundred prisoners. The streets are
strewn with bodies. The old cathed cathedral
ral cathedral is badly damaged..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
When the circuit court convened
this morning" the case of State of
Florida vs Wilbur Ellis, charged with
murder, was taken up. A special ve venire
nire venire of ten men had been summon summoned
ed summoned from .which to select the jury.
A jury was selected without much
waste of time, and the taking of tes testimony
timony testimony was begun before noon.
The jury consists of Messrs. T. J.
Kemp, I. .C. Ellis, F. H. Miller, S. H.
Walkup; L. B. Hall, J.' W. Hewitt,
Jake McCredie, John Grantham, W.
B. Boyt, W. F. 7 Granger, Stewart
Ramey, and C. W. Cork.
Mr. William Gober is represent representing
ing representing Ellis, while State Attorney
Scofield is prosecuting the case.
Ellis is accused of the murder of
Bob Eaton, another negro, in the
Geiger section some months ago.
The taking of testimony will occu occupy
py occupy the whole day, and it is thought
the case will be given to the jury
late this afternoon. 7
REGAL AUTO FOR SALE
A Regal underslung automobile, Q.
D. tires, perfect condition, for $275
on easy terms. Address, A. M. Lans Lans-ford,
ford, Lans-ford, Ocala, Fla. Mo-We-Fri
' Try our steam baked bread, made
trom the choicest flour and milk to
be had. Shop is always kept in
most sanitary condition. Carter's
Bakery. "... 5-tf.
Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at Johnny's
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GERMANS FEAR A TURNING
MOVEMENT FROM THE
SOUTH
Petrograd, Jan. .-A news dispatch
from .Warsaw states that the Ger Germans
mans Germans along the Bzura and Pilica
rivers ars preparing to retreat. They
fear a wide turning movement from
the south.
THE AEROPLANE IN WAR
Paris, Jan. 6. Five months of war warfare
fare warfare have developed the aeroplane as
a weapon to an astonishing degree.
You will remember perhaps that Sir
John French in one of his reports
said almost every day new methods
are discovered for using the army
flying corps.
The$ fighters are running greater
risks in the winter than they were
in the early months of the war. The
clouds hang low and to get useful in information
formation information the air scouts must come
well within range off the rifles, ma machine
chine machine g ris and f especially anti-air
craft weapons which have been
brought into play. ;
At the same time these anti-air
craft guns are more dangerous than
they were last August because the
artilleries have had five months of
practice. The German gunners now
obtain their vertical range by burst bursting
ing bursting shells just below a cloud. When
the aviator pops his head .out of the
cloud to take a look at the enemy's
dispositions the Germans have their
shells all correctly timed so as to
burst at the, right altitude.
Previously, most of the shells
burst several hundred thousand feet
away from the flying mark even if
they 'were aimed in the correct gener general
al general direction.
The casualties among aviators are
increasing. The -famous French artil
lery officers say their men, even on a
cloudless day, can hit any machine at
leastonce in five times at any height
not exceeding three thousand meters,
or about ten thousand feet.
At ten thousand feet the aviator
is practically useless 'ad an obser observer.
ver. observer. So it will be seen he must come
within the dangerous level to gain in
formation of value.
With the gunners now able to wing
aeroplanes flying nearly one hun hundred
dred hundred miles an hour, it .will be seen
the outlook for dirigables is rather
hopeless.
In the early weeks of the war, the
aviators were used almost entirely
for scouting, but now they -are being
used more for bomb raids and to
throw great sheaves of steal arrows
on the enemy.
There are no statistics made public
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for your own satisfaction, call and looka,. our goods, then so cjsewhere and compare vhem with a iice
your decision after you h?re made the comparison, if you want any stronger proof than this that we
less than twenty, let us know what it is, and we'M furnish it. You cannot afford to buy a suit or

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METROPOLITAN UNDERGROU

UP 1S1
PAIIIC
ENSUED ISUL1G III
: JUDY TO HEAFILY A
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of course, but it is easy to believe
that both sides have enormously in increased
creased increased the number 'of their scouts.
Many German aviators are official officially
ly officially reported killed by bombs. Of
these, few probably were killed, in the
air. Xheir deaths were due to ef effective
fective effective raids upon aeroplane camps.
The British naval aviators have been
especially active in this respect.
Both British and French aviators
are now making a practice of drop dropping
ping dropping a large number of copies of
French and English newspapers in
the Belgian and French towns be behind,
hind, behind, the German lines. In this terri territory
tory territory you will remember the Germans
have sought to keep the inhabitants
ignorant of the course of events. At
the same time they have published
false information of German success successes.
es. successes.
The newspapers from the clouds
keep up the spirits of the subject
populations and at the same time are
often read by the German soldiers
with the result that some pet delus delusions
ions delusions are shattered.
The British aeroplanes are more
daring than the Germans in assisting
the artillery. This may simply be
due to their orders. Whatever the
cause, the ; British aeroplanes take
their station over the target and con continue
tinue continue signaling to the guns until a
hit actually is made. The German
aviators on the other hand fly over
the trench which it is desired to shell
and drop colored lights or, streamers
of bright colored papers. This done
they leave the guns to do their work
of ., destruction. The result of fen is
the Germans tear great holes in the
field a few hundred feet from the
place where the allied soldiers are
crouching in safety.
It is more difficult now than it was
at first to distinguish the aeroplanes
of the rival armies. Some of the
new German types closely resemble
British aeroplanes. The effect on
soldiers when the hostile aeroplane
heaves in sight is like that of the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a hawk over a chicken
yard. Everybody scurries to cover in
the most ridiculous fashion and hides
under a tree, in a trench, or even un under
der under a row of wagons. Almost in an
instant man and horse is concealed
from above. In a letter home the
other day a British artillery officer
described war as consisting of "dig "digging
ging "digging ditches and hiding from aero aeroplanes."
planes." aeroplanes." WOOD FOR SALE
A large load of well seasoned' oak
or pine wood for stove or fireplace,
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A CRUSH ID SEVERE
IIIDHED PEOPLE
New York, Jan. 6. Many were in injured
jured injured today when the subway was
crippled by an accident at the main
power station. Fire started on "stall "stalled"
ed" "stalled" train at fifty-sixth street and
Broadway. Panic ensued among four
hundred passengers trapped on the
tram, who fought savagely to escape.
Many were crushed and severly hurt.
FIREMEN THOUGHT IT WAS A
WHOLESALE FATALITY
New York, Jan. G. At eleven a.
m., the fireman declared two hundred
bodies were still in the subway.
They; are preparing to blow up tho
street over the subway to reach the
bodies. ;
NEARLY; A HUNDRED WERE IN INJURED
JURED INJURED New Xork, Jan. 6, 12:20 p. m.
Scores of persons were overcome by
smoke cr crushed in the wild panic
resulting from the complete paralysis
of the siibway system by burning out
of a cable in the main power plant.
Wildly excited firemen and police de declared
clared declared early in the day that many were
dead but later investigations showed
that no lies have been lost. -.
That many were not killed is lit
tle short of a miracle. The burning
train at Fifty-sixth and Broadway
was stalled far below the surface.
The injured were lifted up with ropes
or carried out a roundabout way by
firemen. Nearly1- a hundred were in injured,
jured, injured, some fatally.
SUBWAY OUT OF COMMISSION
The subway will be out of commis commission
sion commission for several days before the nec necessary
essary necessary repairs can be completed.
Travel on the surface and elevated
cars is greatly congested.
MARION COUNTY
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
The date of the next meeting of the
Marion County Teachers' Association
has been changed from Jan. 9 to Jan.
16. This change has been made so
that the teachers may meet with Mr.
Fagg of the Jacksonville orphanage,
who will be at the Woman's Club on
that day. The following program
has been prepared:
Invocation, by Rev. Glass.
Song, "Love Iivine."
Business session.
Music, by Mrs. Whitworth.
"Grammar School English as a
Preparation for High School Eng English"
lish" English" Miss Katherine Scott.
Discussion.
Discussion of book selected.
"The Backward Child" Mr. A. C.
' Maddox.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915

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Below we offer our customers a fine list of goo d things to eat,
each and every one of which is a Marion county product. We make
a specialty of Marion county raised goods and buy. them from the
country people, whenever they are offered for sale and urge our
customers to use them and patronize and encourage Home Growing
and Home Raising.
Marion County Syrup, Bulk, Bottles, Cans.
Marion County Peanut Butter.
Marion County Pure Lard. .
i Marion County Creamery Butter.
Marion County Fresh Sausage.
Marion County Fresh Beef.
Marion County Fresh Pork. 7
Marion County Kraut.
Marion County Canned Tomatoes.
Marion County Canned String Beans.
Marion County Home Ground Meal.
v i Marion County Roasted and Ground Coffee.
Maridn County Fresh Eggs.
, Marion County Grown Pecans.
, Marion County Pickles.
Marion Courfty Tobasco Sauce.
Marion County Honey. i ;
Marion County Oranges. s
"-Marion County Lemons.
Marion County Grapefruit.
.Marion County Fresh Vegetables.

- Marion County Grown Irish Potatoes.
Marion County Grown Sweet Potatoes.
Marion County Grown Pumpkins. V ..
Marion County Grown Kershaws."
Marion County Grown Feed Corn.
Of course we have a com plete line of other groceries.
Our store and delivery s ervice is unsurpassed.
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AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give yon the best there

is, and as much as any one else in 'business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has '.aught me what -the public wants,
and I am supplying that waiU.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

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Good Old 65 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs

at per gallon

Rye,

$1.50

Good Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs

at per gallon.

Rye,

$2.00

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per

gallon..

$1.75

Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.

fj Make my 'place your headquarters while in the city. You will be

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OCALA, FLORIDA

PUT YOUR AD IN THE STAR

By V. Harriss, Commander of the

Florida Division, S. C. V., at the
First Reunion, Lakeland, Fla., Oc October
tober October 29, 1914.
Comrades: The purpose of our

organization is manifold and iar-

reaching, but paramount to all else

is the perpetuation of the deeds of
valor "and the protection and preser preservation
vation preservation of 'the good name of the Con Confederate
federate Confederate soldier, whose incompara

ble courage and sacrifice are the
amazement of the entire world. Like

our Saviour, he gave up all for lib liberation
eration liberation from oppression and died for
those he loved.

The sacre'dness of the cause for
which our soldiers fought has en entwined
twined entwined a tie so strong around the
hearts of those survivors of the con conflict
flict conflict as to meet annually for compan companionship;
ionship; companionship; and from the time of ancient
history to the present day ours is the
only vanquished army ever to re reunite.
unite. reunite. Would you exchange your in inheritance
heritance inheritance of a share in the fame of
the Confederate soldier in war and in
peace for all the wealth, the honor
and pensions of his erstwhile foe ?
We are yet too near the time of the
war to write absolutely impartial his history;
tory; history; but when it shall be written we
may safely trust that justice will be

done the motives which prompted the
Southern men to take up arms and
the manner in which they bore them themselves
selves themselves in war and defeat. It is to me
one of the unsolvable riddles of hu human
man human nature that there are those
among us who advocate the laying
aside of the memories of that period
and forgetting its awful aftermath
of our losses, accept conditions as
they are, and press forward to the
race which lies before us along the
way of material progress VI fear that
this sentiment is far too general,
that in "the struggle for power and
the scramble for wealth" we are apt
to become so absorbed that we shall
neglect the cultivation of those finer
qualities which have heretofore been
distinguishing characteristics of the
Southern people. Nations and indi individuals
viduals individuals cannot afford to forget those
things which in the. crucible of life
force character and make men. Have
the Irish people lost anything by
their almost sacred reverence for

the memory of Robert Emmett, tho
the cause of freedom for Ireland, for

which the young patriot gave his

if e, lacks yet its consummation ?

Has the French nation lost anything

because of its worship' of Napoleon,

notwithstanding that maker of dy dynasties
nasties dynasties and. kingdoms died in exile on

the lonely island of St. Helena?

No great deed is lost to the world.

It requires reverses to round out the
character of a people, and it takes

misfortune to force the finest temper

of individual character. It is not in incompatible
compatible incompatible with an honest loyalty to

a restored Union that we retain a

proud memory of that nation "which

Tose so pure and fell so free from

crime." It is not an evidence of
ultraconservatism nor a clinging to

the idols of the past that we hold in
grateful remembrance the heroic ac

tions of the men and women of the

past and, by the erection of monu

ments to them and the preservation

of truthful history, defend their

names from the oblivion of time and

hand down to posterity the untar

nished story of their fame. These

heroes are our fathers. Then what is

our duty? There is but one an answer:
swer: answer: to work to accomplish the pur purposes
poses purposes that' our beloved Confederation
has as its, aim. There is to every or organization,
ganization, organization, aside from sacred senti sentiment,
ment, sentiment, a practical side. At present
we have our state camps, S. C. V., ap approximating
proximating approximating hundreds of members;
but. this is only the beginning of
what we can accomplish if you, my
comrades, will bend your efforts and
influence, imbued with the sense of
duty we owe to the living and de departed
parted departed heroes. For the results al already
ready already attained xwe are, for the most

part, indebted to our adjutant in
chief, General Forrest, and past com commander,
mander, commander, Comrade. J. H. .Burroughs;
but is it your desire that we rest sat satisfied?
isfied? satisfied? Certain there are others who
have contributed to the growth of our
organization; but if we get together
in the same spirit of devotion for

.such laudable Durooses. can vou

imagine what the results would be?
Our by-laws prescribe, advise and
urge that every Son secure and wear
the badge authorized, which is a gold
button displaying the flag so sacred
to us all, the insignia of our organ organization.
ization. organization. It is an honor to be able to
wear one and an identification to
meet a comrade with one. These
buttons can be obtained from our
headquarters at Memphis.
The Confederate Veteran, a month monthly
ly monthly periodical, familiar to most of us,
to which the South and we Sons es especially
pecially especially owe a debt of gratitude has
already been adopted as our official

organ, in which will be found in ev every
ery every issue a section devoted to the in interests
terests interests of the S. C. V. I beg that ev every
ery every Son, as far as possible, send to
General Forrest his name as a sub subscriber
scriber subscriber and that those with literary
attainments send contributions along
the" lines for which the Veteran
stands. Every member, as well as
officer, has a duty to perform.
Won't you agree when you return
to your home to have a rally day
monthly for the purpose of bringing
in new members, getting each mem member
ber member to obligate himself to interest
and bring in a new member? Try
it and see how new blood will enliven
your camp. There are sections of
our state rich with eligibles that we
have not yet entered. Let's get at it.
In Richmond, Va., there is a home
for the widows of our soldiers. Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance for one of these dear old la ladies
dies ladies there is $150 yearly, or only a
few pennies per capita for the divis

ion to raise to make the evening of

the life, of some heroine comfortable

On your return home get your camp
to take steps to assist in this work

and thereby erect a monument
greater than could be chiseled from
the whitest marble by a master hand.

General Forrest informs we that our

division at present lias the opportun

ity to secure first place at the Rich Richmond
mond Richmond reunion. But to obtain it will

require the individual work of every

Son in Florida. My faith in you, my

comrades, gives me no uneasiness

about this coveted place, notwith

standing Oklahoma, our closest sec

ond, is untiring in her efforts, with

the same laudable ambition.
Seeking J and urging your assist

ance, cooperation, and counsel in the

upbuilding of our organization

bring to you the last message from

the immortal Gen. Stephen D. Lee:

"To the 50ns of of Confederate vet veterans
erans veterans we will commit the vindication

of the cause for which we fought. To

your strength will be given the de defense
fense defense of .the Confederate soldier's
god name, the guardianship of his

history, the emulation of his virtues,

the perpetuation of those principles
which we loved and which you love

also, and those ideals which made
him glorious and which you also

cherish."

Danger of Too Much Talk.
Don't talk too much. Just after yon
have talked a man into buying, if you
keep on talking you will talk him out
of buying. Atchison Globe.

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MAN KILLS HUNGRY WILDCAT

Ceait Had Attacked Party of Unarmed
Men, and Was Dispatched
With CluK

A wildcat attacked a party of hunt hunters
ers hunters in the deer woods of Atlantic coun-

i ty six miles this side of Mays Land Land-Following
Following Land-Following are the extracts which : Ine. and was killed, after a fight, by

were intended for the W. C. T. U. de

partment for yesterday. The article

Thomas Campbell, who brought the
carcass homeas proof of his exciting

taken from the Floridian was printed experience.

by mistake and without the knowl-i Young Campbell, with his father, J o-

Pdp-P nr rrmwnt nf thp !f t v,! sePn campDeii, ana a companion

department:

National Prohibition Wins Iajority

In House of Representees, but
Fails on the Two-Thirds

"The temperance forces of the

named Gelss, were exploring the
woods, following a deer run, with the
idea of staking out stands for the open
season, when the wildcat suddenly at attacked
tacked attacked them. The beast leaped upc
Geiss, who struck wildly at it with hi.
fists. One of the blows ki;ocked the

country have reason to be deeply grat-j bls cat t0 the earth. None of the

ified by the results of this day. It' r V cu' uut
. A, 7 bell picked up a heavy piece of wood
is, the first time in the history ofj and Etnick the aninial as lt renewed

uie repuuuc mai me question 01 the attack. A blow cn the head

National Prohibition has gotten up

of r the attack.

on the floor of either branch of Con

gress. The fact that the first effort

should show a clear majority of

eight, exclusive of pairs, with both
floor leaders, the chairman of the

beat it to death.
The wildcat was apparently a cub,
not qui ter fully grown. Its gaunt bidy
showed that it had nearly starved dur

ing the" long drought,, which drove

i iir,V nt fVi 5Tr11 coma frnm ria

rules committee and the. prestige of t Wfvv11nn(?a tn th( mtnn it ia hv

the president and the secretary of reeved that hunger forced the beast

state invoked against us, in view of

the further fact that no member. of

to attack the men. A wildcat is a
good deal of a curiosity in this re-

the present Congress was elected on gion, as it has been, several years
this issue, is- exceedingly gratifying.! since any of the beasts have been eeen

A record has been made. The friends1 native nunters. lears ago ocara
of the measure will no longer bej d Udcats were frequently seen-

fighting in the dark. For the first Vt TiMt.
u ? : i phla Inquirer.

cime uie uaiue line is iairiy anaj

llTlLd:?Zrl !!r caught by the dictograpi!

secure submission the shorter time
will be required to reach ratification.

The next immediate step is to secure!

a favorable report from the Judici

ary committee of the Senate."

Six Million Dry Petitioners
. It is no fanciful dream which will

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Royal Conversation Which, of Course,

Has No Reference to Affairs cf 1

xnc rrcscni u&f,

Some kings, though long awara c
their own uselessness, were not mad

! uneasy until they perceived that th

world in general was getting to b

aware of it as well. 1
The more timorous among then,
were for giving up at once. 'Let'
abdicate and go to work!" suggester"
these.
But the bolder spirits "were for
nothing like that. "No, let's bring bring-on
on bring-on a thumping big war!" they recom
mended.

"Somebody would say. such a war

cause more than 6,000,000 people in

this busy, practical wrorld to pause

long enough to subscribe their names

co petitions asking their representa

tives in Congress to vote for the pas

sage of a prohibition resolution
which aims to bring about an amend

ment to the constitution of the Unit United
ed United States. Yet just that number

and probably more, have petitioned ; was wicked, ventured tho tIrnorou3

that this thing may come to pass, kings.

There have been lonn- and hittAT "Nobodv would dare." the bold

fights before Congress in the past,pinSs replied. "If anybody were to

ngnts wmcn aroused the people of 7" t .
. A . r stahtlv Dilloried bv the natriots. Why

exercised frpplv tho rirh of rof if I .

' w- w v VbVVily

but in no instance has

as many patriots as ever?"

there everi riiit those extremists, who number

been manifested the enthusiasm and, millions, and who vow they will not j

the earnestness shown in connection fight against their brethren .of other

with this prohibition contest. lands!" the timorous, icings objected.

' I T m t x.

iiere tne ooia Kings Durst out

laughing. "Have you lived with that

Plant City Dry, by a 358 Majority
Plant f!itv wpnih Ar-xr sc f Ti a vocnlt

of the local option election held in1 claBS so lon not to find out that

iney are as Dig iodib its a;iuuu.

when It comes to the pinch?" ihey

cried, with tears in their eyes. New

Hillsborough county. An overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming victory was gained by the drys.

kvery precinct, gave a majority! vnrv Fivinr Pnt

against the sale, of intoxicating liq-l 1 t
uors. While the adherents of the dry! Fencing Off Italy.
forces fought a hard and continuous j The Italian government is often
battle from the beginning of the greatly annoyed by the smuggling cl

movement for the. abolition. of the sa-j large amounts of contraband goods
loons, and felt confident that their' across the Swiss border into Italy, re re-efforts
efforts re-efforts would unquestionably be re- sultinS in a great loss of revenue,
warded with victory, in two of the feps are now being taken which it i3
r ti t hoped will stop thi3 lawlessness.

whole of the border with heavy metal
netting and customs authorities look
upon the scheme with great favor.
This jferm of barrier has been tried
along several parts of the frontier, but
lt has been found that the fence alone
is not sufficient. The new fence at
wire netting is nine feet high and
along the top are to be fastened at
short intervals a number of bells
which will summon the customs in inspectors
spectors inspectors the moment a person tries
to cross the border. Of course this
necessitates the' employment of a
large force of inspectors, who will be
provided with police dogs to run down
the offenders. Pathfinder.

come was a surprise even to the most
sanguine.

Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 24. By decree
of the United gtates special tribunal
the Arizona Prohibition law will go
into effect' January 1.
m m m
A Dry Legislature
Through the magnificent wrork by
3ur force in the June primary a leg legislature
islature legislature was nominated and in No November
vember November elected, the majority., of
whose members we believe to be safe safely
ly safely in favor of a submission measure,
assuring the people an opportunity
to vote in the fall election of 191G
upon the subject of state-wide pro prohibition
hibition prohibition and upon some other proper
measures now marked for legisla legislation.,
tion., legislation.,

MANY DISORDERS
COME FROM THE LIVER

Are You Just at Odds with Yourself?
Do You Regulate Living?
Are you sometimes at odd3 with
yourself and with the world? Do you
wonder-what ails you? True you may
be. eating regularly and sleeping well.
Yet something is the matter! Consti Constipation,
pation, Constipation, headache, nervousness and bil bilious
ious bilious spells indicate a sluggish liver.
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Bucklen's Arnica Salve for skin erup eruptions.
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Path to Complete 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 indir
cates 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; ny not
looking around for a snap, but princi principally
pally principally by not permitting oneself to
grow into a nit..

Rats Save Store Manager.
Rats saved August Schmidt in court
at Greensburg, Pa., when tried on the
charge of embezzling goods worth
$2,400 from the store of P. II. Butler,
Monessen, of which. he was the man manager.
ager. manager. It wa3 offered in testimony that dur during
ing during the early part of the year the ro
'dents killed 27 cats which had been
purchased to exterminate them. The:'

aiso destroyed a weasel which was;
guaranteed to rid the place of rats.
Clerks in th store testified that as
many as half a crate of eggs would be
destroyed In a night, and that 17 bar barrels
rels barrels of flour had been eaten by the
rat3 in a shor: time. It did not take
the jury long to arrive at acquittal.-
Philadelphia Record.

Radiance cf the Soul.
Carry the radiance cf your soul in
Four .face; let the world have the
benefit of it. Fox.

Short-Sighted Bourbons.
One hundred years ago France was
undergoing many changes, following
the overthrow of Napoleon and the res restoration
toration restoration of the Bourbons. Many of these
changes were not to the liking' of thr
people, and the signs of popular dis
content were iacreasing daily. Partic Particular
ular Particular offense was given by the repudia repudiation
tion repudiation of Napoleon's famous concordat
with the church, also by the efforts
of the governraent to prohibit! all buy buying
ing buying and selling on religious hoiidiyi
and Sundays. Everywhere in Frar.c
there were premonitions of that Ela Elation
tion Elation which Napoleon foresaw, when I.
said: "The Bourbons may put Vrz: r r-at
at r-at peace with Europe, but ho.v vi.!
they put her at peace with tl-r.:
selves?"



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Ia England, where "culture" is tak taken
en taken very frivolously, the bated breath
of the American, when he speaks of
Shakespeare or, Tennyson or Brown Browning,
ing, Browning, is always cause for amusement,
writes Randolph S. Bourne in the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Magazine. And the Frenchman
is always a little puzzled at the crowds
who attend lectures in Paris on "How
to See Europe Intelligently," or are
taken r in vast parties through the
Louvre.
The European objects a little to
being so constantly regarded as the
keeper of a huge museum. If you
speak to him of culture, you find him
frankly more interested in contempo contemporaneous
raneous contemporaneous literature and art and music
than in his worthies of the olden
time, more interested in discriminating-the
good of today than in accept accepting
ing accepting the classics. If he is a cultivated
person, he is much more interested
usually in quarreling about a liv living
ing living dog than in reverencing a dead
lion.
If he is a French lettre, for in instance,
stance, instance, he will be producing a book on
the psychology of some living writer,
while the Anglo-Saxon will be writing
another book on Shakespeare. His
whole attitude toward the things of
"culture," be it noted, is one of the
daily appreciation and intimacy, and
not that attitude of reverence with
which we Americans approach alien
art, and which penalizes cultural
heresy among us.

. Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of the library, which now
has it3 quar'.ers in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the iibrarv
at any time and read the books. Also
that there arc 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.

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"Chamberlain's. Tablets are just
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G. C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was both bothered
ered bothered with this complaint for some
time and frequently had bilious at

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since taking one bottle of them I feel
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CONSTIPATION CURED

who owns the dwellingthe business property that
your name?

stands in

of course you think that you do; but are you right? s
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.

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Educational Expert Tells Why He Is
In Favor of Extending Privilege
of the Ballot.

The time was when the state was
primarily a military organization and
was symbolized best by the marshal's
baton and the headsman's ax. Its
chief function was to repel invasion

from without and to hold its own peo people
ple people in subjection. In such a state
only a limited manhood suffrage was
conceivable.
The state of the present and "the
future is a co-operative organization?
living normally on terms of friend friendship
ship friendship with all other states, and striv striving
ing striving to obtain for all "of its citizens
the largest degree of personal devel development
opment development and welfare. It is best sym symbolized
bolized symbolized by the schoolhouse, the good
road, the lighted street, and the san sanitary
itary sanitary home. s
Thesends ;can, no doubt, be best
and most surely attained by a suffrage
extended to include all persons of ma mature
ture mature years and such degree of mental
development, san'ity, and virtue as will
insure an intelligent and uncorrupt
ballot. In the larger housekeeping
interests of the city, state; and nation,
women have as important a function
as in the housekeeping affairs of the
smaller world of the home. I believe
in the ballot for women-, on the same
terms as for men. P. P. Claxton,
United States commissioner of education.

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 ah 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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"As pear as I can figure it," com commented
mented commented Judge Pettingill of Chanute
"a treaty and a married man's promise

to his wife to water the plants and to
spend the evenings at "home, when he
sends her away to see the folks, have
many strong points in common."
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Went Farming Forty-ilx
Years Ago.
John Austin and his wife, Emms,
46 years ago came to this country
from England with their four sons and
settled on a 160-acre farm in tho
Rocky mountains. Austin had been a
mill worker and he and his vdlc
scarcely had money 'enough to com
to this country and take up Ihe 160
acres which the government at that
time was willing to give any settler.
Of the subsequent success of this fam family
ily family Doctor Winship writes in Farm and

Fireside as follows:

"Once established and the market
gardening 6cheme on its feet, John di divided
vided divided the 160 acres in halves, kept
80 acres and gave each of the boys
20 acres. They all worked the- whole
of it, but kept the expenses and In Income
come Income from each lot distinct.
"I know Mark Austin well; he is
one of the eminently prosperous men
In Idaho. He furnishes sugar beets
for eight of the large factories alcnu.
a line, of 400 miles of railway, raisins
many of the beets and contracting for
the rest, He is a prince among tho
business men of Idaho.
"The other three boys, Thomas, Wil-

Hlaxn and John, are cattle kings in

Colorado, Wyoming and Utah; each is
at the head of a live stock company
two in the sheep business one hr.d
50,000 head when I saw him in 1212L
One is president of the Wool Growers'
association of the internountain re region.
gion. region.
"The business interests of thoso
four mighty men are Interlinked,
though financially distinct. They run
their vast business schemes as they
did their 20 acres each, when they
ran the 80 acres as though it wcro
one market garden, but they knew tho
profit of each 20 acres, and divided it.
They still keep those eighty acres to together
gether together and apart., Each of those four
men has a family, and each has deno
by his sons what tLe father did' for
him."

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Scholarly British Diplomat.
Sir Rennell Rodd, whose name ap appears
pears appears in the White Papers as that of
British ambassador at Rome, spent in
1908 some months in America. 1 'He
greatly distinguished himself at Ox Oxford,
ford, Oxford, where he carried off several hon honors,
ors, honors, including the Newdigate poem
prize. Lord Rosebery became one of
his warmest friends and induced him
to join the diplomatic service. He
inaugurated his career in thatx pro profession
fession profession as a member of the embassy
of the late Lord Ampthill at Berlin and
subsequently headed a memorable mis mission
sion mission to the court of Abyssinia, He
was also. one of Lord Cromer's chief
lieutenants in Egypt, and was under
fire during the insurrection in Zanzi Zanzibar,
bar, Zanzibar, which culminated in his driving
out the usurper and the establishment
of the late sultan upon the throne. He
is also well known as the author of
at least half a dozen volumes of verse,
and of monographs on Sir Walter
Raleigh and Emperor Frederick.

When the Snow Lost Its Beauty.
"How softly and beautiful fall the
flakes of snow this morning!" ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed Rosalind M'Gush, as she part parted
ed parted the curtains and looked out upon
the whitened fields. "Snow, indeed, is
beautiful! I niust hasten and sew
some lace upon my toboggan suit and
hie me away to the slide where-"
"Rosy!" came a shrill voice from the

foot of the stair, 'don?t stop there
dreaming any longer. Your father isn't
well this morning, and you'll have to
sweep the paths." f
Then Rosalind revised her rhapso rhapsodies
dies rhapsodies on the failing snow, and slowly
crept downstairs, inwardly condemn

ing the man who .changed woman's

scepter, the broom, into a mere util utilitarian,
itarian, utilitarian, article.

Daily Thought.
"The greatest test of friendship, it
seems to me, is the knowledge that
one may txell the truth to: a friend
with the certainty that no offense will
be taken."

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Boys in Good Work.
In southern Virginia the farmers
boys are turning to the systematic
cultivation of peanuts, as boys in
other states cultivate corn. The crop
is profitable either as food for human
beings or as feed for hogs, and pro produces
duces produces also an excellent hay. Some of
the peanut butter concerns have of offered
fered offered prizes, and the government fur furnishes
nishes furnishes skilled advice in the form of
a recent circular. How better can a
boy benefit his generation than by
making two peanuts to grow where
but one grew before; and what nobler
ambition can even a high-minded pig
have than to fatten himself for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas on the esculent "goober!"
Youth's Companion.

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Keep !t Under Cover.
In 1775 Frederick the Great wrote:
"Constant attention must be paid to
hiding as far as possible one's plans
and ambitions. Secrecy is an indis indispensable
pensable indispensable virtue in politics as well as
in the art of war."

Keep Ham Moist.
Boiled ham is a most useful and pop popular
ular popular dish, but it is inclined to get hard
and dry when stored. To prevent this,
spread over the cut portion with a
thin layer of butter, then with a layer
of flour paste and the ham will keep
beautifully moist.

KNEW REVOLUTION HEROINE

Pennsylvania Woman Still Living
Who Was Acquainted With the
Famous Molly Pitcher.
In excellent health in spite of her
advanced years, -Mrs. Samuel Sipe,
Cumberland county's oldest resident.
a personal friend of Molly Pitcher, the
heroine of .Monmouth, has ust cele celebrated
brated celebrated her one hundred and second
birthday, according to a Carbondalo
(Pa.) dispatch to the New York
Tribune.
Her health is good, and although she
is unable to walk she. can hear clearly clearly-end
end clearly-end her mind V a marvel for; clever cleverness
ness cleverness and recollection. Mrs. Sipe was
born in Switzerland, October 5, 1S12,
and camo with her parents when only only-six
six only-six years of age to this country, v The
trip was made in a sailing vessel and
the voyage consumed 16 weeks. She She-lived
lived She-lived in Philadelphia for a time and
came to Carlisle 95 years ago. She,
remembers the old stage coaches that
made this a stopping "'point on the
road to Pittsburgh, and also the run running
ning running of the "first train on the Cumber Cumberland
land Cumberland Valley, July 4, 1857.
5 Her stories of Molly Pitcher, 'with
whom she was personally familiar,
contain many unique incidents In tho
life of this peculiar heroine.

Activities of Women.
More than one-fourth of the work In
Philadelphia is done by women.
Over three per cent of the girls em employed
ployed employed in St Paul do not live at homeL
4 Mrs. Ida V. Simonton will lead a
trading expedition Into the wilds of
Africa.
American women have opened four
factories in London where women aro
employed In making garments for tho
British soldiers.
, Among the entire membership of
the Daughters of the American Revo-
lution there are only 118 classed as
"real daughters."
Both Dowager Queen Alexandria of
England and Dowager Empress Marie
of Russia have the same hobby that
of photography.
The present states where women
vote have 84 electoral votes, which ia
expected to be a factor in the coming,
presidential election.

Revision for the Better.'
Who, with Liege in fresh memory,
and Quatre Bras in recent history,
does hot. wish that a certain page of
"Vanity Fair" had not been written ?
It must be owned that Thackeray had
a contempt for little states; a small
German principality was to hira ab absurd
surd absurd because it was small; and tho
Belgians, moreover, were small, also. -in
stature. And thus he, giving a kind
of kitchen vi&w of the battle before
Waterloo, makes the Belgian soldiers
fly home to Brussels from the guns of
Quatre Bras, to be comforted by tho
cooks. The heroes of this year havo
to forgive an English author for pre presenting
senting presenting them as the cowards of a hun hundred
dred hundred years ago.

Personal Ambition.
Personal ambition is a quite hon honorable
orable honorable motive. The desire for approval

and praise Is something which nobody j
should despise. But a man should not
stake everything upon those; other-j
wise, when his works fail to obtain
recognition he is disappointed. H8
should have in himself as his primary (
. motive something -which makes him
Independent of those things, some something
thing something which prevents him from doing
all those little things which impede
public work, and make it difficult for
men to work with others. Sir Edward
Grey.

Roman Emperor's Birthplace.
Nish, which is just now the seat of
the Servian king, has previously had
a place in history. It was there that
Constantine the Great, the founder of
Constantinople and the; protector of
Christians, was born some sixteen cen centuries
turies centuries ago, and there it. was, also,
about a hundred years later, that Val Val-entinian
entinian Val-entinian I divided the Roman empire
with bis brother, Valens. Nish was
then called Naissus, and it was the
capital of one part of the province of
Mesia, which is now made up Servia
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
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BITTINGEU & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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Germany has poured her best blood
on the ground and has mighty little
to show for it.

, The Lakeland Telegram continues
to prosper. It has enlarged to a
'seven-column quarto, and keeps full
of live news.

It is reported that Senator Varda Varda-nian,
nian, Varda-nian, of Mississippi is about to intro introduce
duce introduce into Congress a -bill for the re
peal of the fifteenth amendment.
That amendment, will never be re repealed,
pealed, repealed, and a Southern congressman
wastes his time and injures his sec section
tion section when he tries to have it repealed.

V' Thft first ftlimW rf V10 Tlnxrnrtt

Morning Journal is to hand, and isas
bright and handsome as we would ex ex-expect
expect ex-expect a paper presided over by Hugh
Sparkman to be. Daytona is one of
the prettiest and liveliest pities on
the American continent, and the Star
hopes Mr. Sparkman will stay with
it and preside over its daily journal

ism for the next half a century.-

s The Daytona Journal gives the fol following
lowing following item concerning a; ? former
rOcala citizen: "Mr. D. D. Rogers, an
-old citizen, called yesterday and
asked us to send to his residence the
first ; issue of the daily. Y He fur further
ther further requested us to send the daily
to his son, W. D. Rogers, who is

age ui iaiiuu

It has been suggested that Kitchen-

ci a new amiy unjoin, iciiju in jucigium
and take the western line of German

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plan is so obviously proper that it is

-are expecting it. If the forward move movement
ment movement that the French are making in

likely to; soon be in a position to turn
rthe German line from the other end.

That intrenched battle across north northern
ern northern France will see some changes
soon. :'. y:

Governor Trammell has recently
removed a couple of county officials
who were under charges. But he has
failed thus far to do what is so plain plainly
ly plainly his duty the removal of the 'men
constituting the board of managers
of .the state industrial school for
boys.- Tampa Times.
It seems to the Star like, the gov governor
ernor governor should hustle these men out of
office in a hurry. Their negligence
has resulted in a horror 'beside which
the misuse of public funds seems
trivial.

As will be seen by the official re report
port report elsewhere, Judge Bullock has
ordered the reference to Mr. R. L.
Anderson in the presentment of the
late grand jury expunged from the
jecords of the court. Without going
into any of ,the causes or merits of
the dispute, it seemed to the Star, at
the time, and we have heard it stated
by many citizens, that the grand jury
went out of its province in alluding
to this 1 matter, and the action of
Judge Bullock will meet wide-spread
commendation.

The man who bought liquor for a
boy escaped easily by being permit permitted
ted permitted to -leave town iri a hurry. Pass Passing
ing Passing on our ne'er do weels to other
towns is not a sound solution of the
problem. St. Petersburg Independ Independent.
ent. Independent. V ;' .:
If has always seemed to the Star
like it was the best policy for a com community
munity community to punish evil doers at the
-.t i. j i

fiaue wnere wieir evn ueeus were
committed, instead of putting a pre premium
mium premium on crime by giving them a
chance to impose on some other town
and county.

To Editor Benjamin of the Ocala
Star: Thirteen months old baby shot
above eye yesterday in Clearwater, by
a lad y who was learning the rudiments
of a shotgun, following Benjamin's
idea of teaching the boy to use fire firearms1.
arms1. firearms1. If the shot had been one inch
lower the' baby would have been
blinded for life or killed. Clearwa Clearwater
ter Clearwater Sun. $
To Editor Powell of the Clearwater
Sun: The Clearwater lad, or his nat
oral; guardian, was not following

Benjamin's idea. If he had, he would
have known better than to let the
muzzle of the gun point at the baby.
That is the way we were instructed
and the way we have instructed
others, and it has always worked
well. -J-
Why do Powell and Straub, and
some other people who show signs of
intelligence at other times, insist that
the Star has said that guns-should be
given to children to play with? If
any man can find anything of the
sort in the files of the Star we will
pay his fare to and from Ocala and
give him ten dollars to boot..

A PLEASING CORRECTION"

In its ssue, of Tuesday, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union very courteously corrected its
allusions to the Star, made a couple
of days previously, and adds:
"We admitted that we might be
mistaken as to the general attitude
of the Star and it turns out that we
were, and. we hope this may lead the
Star to believe that it may have been
mistaken as to our general attitude
toward the president. We have never
condemned Mr. Wilson for doing a
thing we would not have- condemned
in Mr. Underwood. Perhaps some
vigorous expression of ,our dissent
was taken by the Star as te type of
our feeling, just as we may have tak taken
en taken some vigorous dissent of the Star
from our nosition as a tvDe of its

feeling.: We are glad to find we were
1. 1 A At m T T

uusuiKen, ior ine ximes-union is not
as careless of the dninion of the Star

as it; thinks and doubtless correctly

tnat President Wilson is of the
opinion of the Times-Union."
It is more than likely that if t we
all understood each other,' there
would be very little dispute and no
ill feeling. The Star has no doubt
that the Times-Union always desires
the welfare: and good government of
the country, and that when it differs
from the Star it is only on the means
to attain the end. President Wilson
is not a demi-god and his mistakes
should be criticised the Star asks
only that they be treated in the kind kindly
ly kindly spirit that it thinks is due to the
high character of the man. If the
Times-Union could see some of its
criticisms of the president thru the
eyes of his friends, it would liot won wonder
der wonder that they sometimes think it is
unjust. We will only ask it to put
itself a little more in other people's
places, and assure it that its expres expressions
sions expressions will always be regarded by the
Star with the respect due to the sin sincere
cere sincere opinion of a great 'newspaper,
which the Star would rather agree
with than criticise any day.

TEN DAY SHORT
' COURSE FOR FARMERS

IT WAS IRREVELANT

LARGE PARTY OF TOURISTS
AT THE OCALA HOUSE

. Judge Bullock Ordered Grand Jury
Among the Ocala House arrivals ; Reference to R. L. Anderson Ex Ex-today
today Ex-today is a party of tourists which is f r n
being conducted through Florida byj RUnged frm the Recrd
Mr. W. A. Huber of Mechanicsburg, In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judi-Pa.
Pa. Judi-Pa. During the forenoon today they cia Circuit of Florida, in and for

nave been taking in Silver Springs! Clarion county.

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and other attractions, and left this!

afternoon for St. Petersburg and
other South Florida points.
In the party are Mrs. Huber and
daughters, Misses Marie and Thelma,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Horner of Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Snavley, Mr. and Mrs. John Har Har-lacher
lacher Har-lacher and son, and Miss Rowe of Me Me-chanicsburg;
chanicsburg; Me-chanicsburg; Mr. and Mrs. George D.
Harding of Chicago; Mrs. Harris if
Baltimore; Miss Barr of Pittsburg;
Mr. Martin of Eastern Shore, Md.;
Mr. Charles Lutz of Carlisle, Pa.;
Miss Righter of York, Pa., and Miss
Whisler of Yorkhaven, Pa.
The party seems especially well
pleased with our section of the state,
and all are very high in their praises
of the manner in which they have
been treated by mine host, Louis N.
Long, at the Ocala House. r.

INSTALLATION AND
BANQUET OF TULULA LODGE

The Odd Fellows had a large at

tendance Tuesday night, which swas

the occasion of their semi-annual in installation
stallation installation of officers The installing

officer was Mr. JV. L. Colbert, who
was assisted by Mr. Jake Brown.
The officers installed were as follows:

Past grand, J. H. Benjamin f noble

grand, J. D. Wilkes; vice grand, Jos.

W. Dodge; secretary, W. L. Colbert;
treasurer, Geo. L. Taylor; chaplain,

W. H. Coleman; warden, E. L. Stapp;

conductor, H. R. Luffman; R. S. N. G.,

Jake Brown; L. S. N. G., W. C. Blan Blan-chard;
chard; Blan-chard; R. S. V. G., M. M. Little; L.

S. V. G., Chas. W. Smith; I. G., H. D.
Stokes; O. G., J. D. McCaskill, R. S.
S., Barney Spencer; L. S. S., L. E.

Yonce.

After the installation some time

was passed in talks for the "good of
the order." Several good addresses
were delivered, among them one from

State Attorney Scofield, who found

his first lodge home with the Odd

Fellows. 1

After the; meeting, the members

proceeded to Dewey's, where they en

joyed one of the excellent suppers the

Merchants' Cafe is famous for spread spreading
ing spreading oysters in all styles arid the

good things that go with them;

Tulula Lodge has had a successful

year from a point of work has en

listed a number of new members with

several others oh the list. During the
year, the lodge has paid in sick ben

efits and other help to members

$522.55, and aid given by individual
Odd Fellows has no record.

INSTALLATION BY

THE PYTHJAN SISTERS

Editor Star: Knowing that you
have been in close touch with the
demonstration work of your county,
I write to ask your attention and
extend you a special invitation to
attend the ten day short course for
farmers, which will be held at the
college of agriculture of the universi university
ty university at Gainesville, beginning January
12, and ending January 22, 1915. This
course is especially suited to busy
farmers who desire additional knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of scientific agriculture, and for

young men who desire to devote a

short time to special preparation for
work on the farm.
The course will consist of lectures,
laboratory, and field work covering
8 to 10 hours a day. All the various
topics in modern agriculture will be
handled by experienced v teachers of
the college of agriculture, and oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity will be given to select subjects
preferred. This is a splendid oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity for you and any of your
friends who desire to get in touch with
the latest resources of agricultural
information, to do so at low cost of
time and money.
The total cost of the course is s
low that your railroad fare to and
from Gainesville will probably be the
largest item. Tuition is free. Board
and room can be secured either in
the University Dormitory or at near nearby
by nearby residences for $3.50 to $4 per
week, Books and incidental expen expenses
ses expenses will cost from $5 to $10. This
will make a total cost of $10 to $15
besides railroad fare, for the entire
term. For further information write
Prof. J. J. Vernon, Dean, College of
Agriculture. Yours truly,
C. K. McQuarrie, State Agt.

The Pythian Sisters installed offi

cers for the term at a well attended
meeting, Tuesday evening. Begin Beginning
ning Beginning next Tuesday, "the lodge will
meet at 2:30 every Tuesday after

noon, which will give the members a"

better opportunity to attend than in

the evening. ;

The new officers are as follows:
Emma C. Burnett, installing officer;

Mrs. R. B. Dyal, marshal; Fannie F.
Anthony, P. C; Mrs. Sarah C. Blitcti,
M. FI: f!.1 Abtips FAmeir V. Q Avrio

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Frank, E. J.; Susie Baxter, Mgr.; EsT
sie Spencer, O. G.; Gussie Gober, pro protector;
tector; protector; Kate B. Howell, M. R. C; UiU
dred E. Goddard, M. of F.; Leila
Tompkins, trustee.

LESLIE HORNE BURNED OUT

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Horne of York
have the sympathy of friends in the
loss of their home by, fire Sunday
morning, Dec. 27. The fire originated
from a heater in the bed room oc occupied
cupied occupied by Mr.' Home's sister about 8
o'clock, and in thirty minutes the
entire house and practically all of the
contents were consumed by the
flames. Mr. and Mrs. Horne saved
only a few pieces of clothing, and sev several
eral several pieces of furniture in the front
part of the house. Miss Horne, who
was visiting her brother, lost every everything
thing everything except the dress she wore.
Mr. and, Mrs. Horne are now liv living
ing living at his turpentine still, five miles
from York, where they lived before
they moved to Ocala, several years
ago.

A NEW YEAR GREETING

To the Honorable W. S. Bullock, the

Judge of Said Court:
Comes now the undersigned, R. L.
Anderson, in his individual right, and
also as a member of the bar and an
officer of this court, and shows to the
court as follows:
That the grand jury impaneled and
serving at the present fall term of
this court in a general presentment
which has been filed and has become
a part of the record of this court, in inserted
serted inserted and included in such general
presentment the following, to-wit:
"We endeavored to locate and find

who was at fault with reference to
lost notices in connection with the
paving certificates issued by the city
of Ocala against the property of R.
L. Anderson, but have been unable
to place the blame on any particular
party. It occurs to us that a wealthy
citizen of a progressive city like
Ocala should possess enough patriot patriotism
ism patriotism and interest of the government
under which he lives at heart enough
to pay for these public improvements
Without taking the matter into court."
Which said words above quoted re refer
fer refer to certain matters litigated in
this court between the city of Ocala
and the said R. L. Anderson.

Thereupon the said R. Tj, Anderson
moves the court that the said portion
of such general presentment as above
quoted be Expunged from the record?
of this court, and that an order be
entered expunging the same.
The grounds of said motion are as
follows:
1. That the matters referred to
in said paragraph of the general pre presentment
sentment presentment above quoted relate to a
suit now pending in this court be between
tween between the city of Ocala and the said
Anderson, as. to which any expression
of opinion on the part of the grand
jury is not, only irrevelant and im impertinent,
pertinent, impertinent, but is an attempted inter interference
ference interference by that body in pending liti litigation
gation litigation in this court, and is entirely
outside of the proper duty or func function
tion function of a grand jury.
2. The insertion of said matter in
said general presentment is a palpa palpable
ble palpable attempt to abuse and degrade the
proper office and function of a grand
jury of this court:
3. The said grand jury was with without
out without power or authority to make such
private affairs the subject of their
criticism, the same being matters in
which the public has no such inter interest
est interest as would warrant said action.
4. That said act of the grand jury
is an evil precedent, and tends to de

grade and prostitute the process of
the court to merely personal and pri private
vate private uses. R. L. Anderson,
In Proper Person.
Upon presentation of the above
motion the following order was
made:
This motion is sustained on the
third ground, and that part of the re report
port report of the grand jury quoted inN the
motion is expunged from the report,
and does not form a part thereof.
W S. Bullock, Judge.

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Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co.. and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, .More Fully Equipped and will be Ituu
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
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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.
Try that delicious buttermilk at
Gerig's. 6-tf

OCALA CHERO:COLA COMPANY
, Mr. W. N. Lane of Georgia, is in
the city to get ready for opening bus business,,
iness,, business,, for the Chero-Cola Company.
Mr. Lane's family will arrive in a
few days, as will his partners, and
their families, Mr. R. E. Layton and
another gentleman, whose name we
did not learn. "Ten good Georgia
crackers" to be added to our city's
population, as Mr. Lane expressed it.
The machinery for the Chero-Cola
Bottling Company has been in the A.
C. L. depot in this city for the past
several weeks, and will be placed in
its new location and the company
ready for business within thirty days.
Those who are posted on bottling
works machinery, say the machinery
here to be used by this company is
the finest they have ever seen, and
certainly it is of the latest make and
the most improved and labor saving
of its kind.
Mr. Lane will have charge of : the
selling end of -the business and says
he will make the territory, covering
it thoroughly in an automobile truck,'
and will deliver his goods by truck to
all of the nearer places.
Mr. Layton, an experienced bottler
and office man, will have charge of
the manufacturing and accounting
end of the business.
The gentlemen have put their own
money into the enterprise and expect
to make a big success of it. In other
localities the chero-cola drink has
been a big seller, and they expect to
make it equally as popular here. The
general manager of the advertising
department of the head office of the
Chero-Cola Company will spend a
month with them as soon as they are
open for business and help them get
their advertising campaign started.
As this paper stated some time
since, it looks like there will be
something doing in the bottling busi business
ness business in Ocala.

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"ACCURACY" IS THE FIRST QUALITY THE WATCHES
AND CLOCKS WE HANDLE MUST POSSESS. "PUNCTUAL "PUNCTUALITY"
ITY" "PUNCTUALITY" IS THE ONE. BEST LESSON TO TEACH YOTIR rimnrM

OUR ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET THEM TO SCHOOL

UiN time. GIVE YOUR LITTLE ROY OR GIRL A

vAion. ixu rittioErii (JAN PLEASE THEM SO MUCH
DONT YOU REMEMBER HOW PROUD YOU WERE OF YOUP
FIRST WATCH? WE HAVE MANY MODELS WHICH, THOUGH
SOLD FOR LITTLE MONEY, WILL KEEP THE RIGHT TIME.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1915
FIVK

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1

"
(If .you have any items for this
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow is at Lake
Weir, the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Annie Martin.
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Mrs. C. II. Mathews of Candler is
in town for a brief visit to friends,
arriving yesterday.
Mr. E. Nelson of the Peninsula
Kaval Stores Company, Tampa, was
a visitor yesterday afternoon. He
ieft this morning for Citrus county.
, Mrs. G. K.' Williams, who has" been
Spending the past month in Chicago
with relatives, is expected home: soon.
- She will be accompanied by her niece,
Miss Doris Murry. U
r Mr. W. S. Bullock, clerk in the
Harington Hall Hotel, Ocala, spent
J Sunday in Orlando with f riends, be being
ing being a -guest at the San Juanfidtel.
Orlando Reporter-Star- .f-ry""' 4

Miss ifdna "Borland of Fort Myers
, who was & guest of Miss Annie tAi-
kinson last winter, will come to itra
', in a few daysfto visit her cousins,

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Miss Helen Hardee, after a i ort-
4iight visit to Ifer J parents ori South
Xime street, has'returned-to Jackson
ville to complete mgrcourse of study
Spt the Massey college.
Mrs. R. J. Wells and Mrs. Morrison
of Hawthorn were out of town shop shoppers
pers shoppers today, fining in on the Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka train. While here they were guests
of Mrs. Wells' sister-in-law, krs. S.
W. Igou.: f'-V-. ,'
Di. J. M. G.oss is expected Jiome
tonight or tomorrow from itkand,
where he went yesterday to meet the
members "of the publishing board f
the Florida Christian Advocate,,, he
being one of the five members.
Mrs. Harvey Hutchinson and pretty
little daughter Anna, after a brief
viait to Mrs. H. M.. Hampton, ;left
this' morning for their, home- in
aipesville, accompanying Mr. Hutch
inson home in his car; '
Mr. John F. Williamson, after a
very pleasant visit of four days to
his former home town, left yesterday
for DeLand, v accompanied by his
nephew, Master Richard Moxley, who
will make him an extended visit.
Mrs. E. Van Hood will entertain a
very beautifulXhinese party Satur
day afternoon Ja 'guests including
the members of pee Sunday school
class. Mrs. HoJsnnually enter entertains
tains entertains her class ar&hemany young
ladies composing it anticipate with
pleasure ner cnarmmg parties.
' Mr. and Mrs; H. W. HofFman, who
. were married Saturday in Ocala, will
r arrive in this' city shortly to reside.
IMr. Hoffman graduated last spring
frpm the Florida Military. Academy,
' but is not connected 'with the academy
at present. -Metropolis.
'
There is a Pan-Hellenic society in
Jacksonville and Miss Helen Hunt,
, who is well ; known in Ocala, is' the
president. At a meeting Monday a
constitution and by-laws V were dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, but their adoption., was con-
v tinued until a later meeting.
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: The Woman's Club of t Sarasota is
to have, a home. The cornerstone of
the nev club building was laid New
Year's afternoon. Among the several
speakers taking part in the cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies was the club president, Mrs.
T. H. Gunther, who is known, among
the official set of the Ocala Woman's
Club.
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The king, queen and maids of the
next Gasparilla celebration in Tampa
were elected Monday night by. secret
ballot but their identity will not be
known, save to the three tellers," un until
til until they unmask ; at the coronation
ball, which will close the Gasparilla
festival on the evening of Feb. 16th.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and daughter,
Miss Beulah Home, who have been
spending the Christmas holidays with
the former's son; Mr. Leslie Hprne'
and family at York, left yesterday
for their home at Waverly Hall, Ga.
f They were accompanied by Mr.
Home's young V son Jack, who is
spending the winter with his grand grandparents
parents grandparents and attending school.
Beginning January 18th the Flor Florida
ida Florida Federation of Women's Clubs will
start a house to house canvass to se secure
cure secure accurate birth statistics for the
. year 1914 in the state. The work in
Maripn county vill be under the
health committees of the Ocala and
Dunnellon Women's Clubs, the only
- two clubs in" the county, and Mrs. H.

department, call 'phone 106)

C.:t)ozier, health chairman in Ocala,
is now busy making final arrange arrangements
ments arrangements f6r the canvass. Birth certi certificates
ficates certificates will be issued in every home
where there was a birth in 1914, and
where deaths followed during the
year the fact will also be recorded.
The birth registration tests are be being
ing being made all over the country at the
request and under the supervision of
the children's bureau in Washington,
of which Miss Julia C. Lathrop is
chairman, and to make the work most
effective the cooperation of all fed federated
erated federated women's clubs throughout the
United States is being solicited, with
the result that the women have
agreed to make a house to house can canvass.
vass. canvass. : ,'
Hopes for Recovery
Mrs. Fannie Anthony has received
a letter from her daughter' Mrs.
Harry Webb, in Houston, Texas,
which was written Sunday afternoon,
in which Mns. Webb says Mr. Webb
Was operated on at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon, after which Mr. Webb was
free from, pain and had a good sleep.
IThe physicians say his condition is
very serious, but mere is nope ior nis
recovery.
Senior Epworth League
An important business meeting of
the Senior Epworth League will be
held Thursday evening at seven
thirty o'clock, at the parsonage, all
members and officers are urged to be
present. v'-';;': Reporter.
' Best Wishes for Miss Burton
A citizen of, Waldo writes the Star
as follows:
Miss. Isabel Burton of S parr, who
is a graduate of Emerson College of
Oratory, Boston, has been teaching
expression in Waldo for the past two
months. Miss Burton has now ac accepted
cepted accepted a position as teacher of ex expression
pression expression in Jacksonville, as she finds
the territory around Waldo rather
limited. We all wish her the best
of success. ;
The oyster supper given at the
home of Mrs G. D. Washburn last
night for the benefit of the North
Ocala church proved to be. a most de delightful
lightful delightful affair and fairly successful
financially. The ladies assisting were
Mrs. Washburn, Miss Emma Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, Mrs. W. H.-McConn, ; Mrs. J. D.
a Small, Mrs. G. D. Hogan, Mrs. D. A.
imith, Mrs. W. A. Robertson and
others.
JMiss fHallie and Miss Esther Ley,
after; spending the holidays in Or Orlando
lando Orlando with their narents. Rev. and
pVIrs.j Ley, returned to their school
work Sunday afternoon, Miss Hallie
to Tampa, where she is a teacher in
the English classical department of
the high school, and Miss Esther to
Mulberry, being a teacher in the pub public
lic public school of tha town. Orlando Reporter-Star.
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Dr. H. C. i Howard and son, Mr.
Charlie Howard, of Champaign, 111.,
will leave home Friday night for
Ocala, reaching here Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. They will be guests of their
son and brother, Mr. E. M.. Howard
and Mrs. Howard the former until
spring and the latter for a few days.
Mr. Hartwell Howard, who has on
several occasions been a guest at the
home of his brother in this city, left
yesterday for an. extended trip to
Panama.
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. MacWilliams, in
St. Augustine, Miss lone MacWillr
iams and Mr. R. LJ Hendricks of
Jacksonville will be married this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Mildred
Hendricks, sister of the groom, who
has frequently visited Miss Hester
Dewey in this city, will be bridesmaid
and other members of the wedding
party all of whom are known to
many Ocalans, will be Mrs. E. N. Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, matron of honor, Miss Naomi
Barnes, maid of honor,- and Mr. Edgar
Inglis of Jacksonville, best .man. Mr.
and Mrs. Hendricks will spend their
honeymoon in Cuba. ''
The King's Daughters will meet to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock with
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger.
Mrs. T. C. Luckie left yesterday for
a" visit to her mother, Mrs. F. E.
Shepard, at Daytona.
Quite a number of delightful din dinner
ner dinner parties were given at the Royal
Palm hotel on its opening night by
Miamians. Dr. and Mrs. James M.
Jackson grouped their party of
twelve about a delightfully adorned
dinner table. Poinsettas decked the

center of the board and rose cups
filled with salted nuts were placed
as favors. Dr. and Mrs. Jackson's
guests included Col. and Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Watterson, Henry Watterson, Jr.,
James Whitcomb Riley, Mrs. Charles
Holstein, Mrs. Jessie Patterson, Miss
Ethel Jackson, Miss Helen Jackson,
James Gillman. Miami Metropolis.

APPRECIATION FOR
ALL WHO ASSISTED
In Making the Civic Christmas Cele Celebration
bration Celebration a Successful and Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant Event
On behalf of the civic committee of
the Woman's Club and personally, I
desire to make this acknowledgement
and return our thanks to each one
who contributed to the success of our
recent civic Christmas celebration.
We appreciate the beautiful spirit pf
cooperation and cordial encourage encouragement
ment encouragement given us on every hand and the
generous and material assistance we
received which made possible the suc success
cess success of the undertaking. I
Particularly do we wish to thank
the following for services and other
substantial help:
, Collier Brothers for tree and use of
their building; the city council for
assistance in securing and wiring
tree and for use of electrical equip equipment
ment equipment and for current used; Mr. Law Law-ton
ton Law-ton Bailey and Mr. J. C. Caldwell for
services and assistance of the great greatest
est greatest value; Mr. Louis Long for the use
of room at Ocala House; the local
lodges for many donations and for
their encouragement and assistance;
Mr. Herbert Lattner for the use of
piano; Mr. Boutwell and other mem members
bers members of the Temple orchestra for as assistance
sistance assistance and music; Mrs. Ellis and
Mrs. Allegood for Santa Claus suit;
Messrs. John H. Taylor and Arthur
Cobb for use of teams; to the local
press for many courtesies; Messrs.
Spencer and Carmichael for use of
automobile; Mr. Herman Grimm for
driving same; 'Mrs. Tydings for use
of automobile and Mr. Robert Ty Tydings
dings Tydings for driving same; Mr. J. D.
Rooney for valuable aid; Mr. Harvey
Clark, Mr. L. M. Murray, Mr. C. R.
Kreger and .Mr. Hetrick for numerous
courtesies; Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Miss
Nellie Stevens and Miss Byrd Wart-
mann for assistance with musical
program and to the children and
those who took part in the celebra
tion; to Mr. Frank Harris, who pre presided
sided presided and to Mrs. William Hocker,
Mr. Bunyan Stephens, Mr. J. G: Glass
and Mr. Roy Bowers; to the Boy
Scouts and Boy's Club; to Messrs.
Helvenston, Nash and Frank for ma material
terial material donated; to Chief Chambers
and members of police force for kind kindly
ly kindly services; to Mr. Chazal, Mr. Stokes
and Mr. Carn for permission to cut
trees from their property; to Mrs.
William Wolf, Miss Sidney Harold,
Miss Isabel Davis,) Miss Ruth Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Wilfred Harold, Rose Wolf,
Hardy Croom and others for assist assistance
ance assistance in filling stockings; to Mrs. E.
Van, Hood for loan of star; to Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Connor, 'Mrs. C. L.. Moore, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarkson, Mr, and Mrs. J. W.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Mr. and
Mrs. Hilands, Mr. Colbert, Mr. Z. C.
Chambliss .for contributions of fruit,
candy, nuts and cash.
And test some one has been over overlooked,
looked, overlooked, we thank the, whole people of
Ocala for assistance! in making the
occasion the happy Success it wak
J Yours cordially, .
' Mrs. George J. Blitch, Chmn.
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HER TELLTALE HAIIDS

By MARAH J. LOCKE
(Copyright, 1914, by W. G. Chapman.
It was In a third rate city of Austra Australia
lia Australia that I had found myself after wast wasting
ing wasting three years and a small Inheri Inheritance
tance Inheritance prospecting, speculating and
trading. I had studied medicine and
when I found myself with only a few
hundreds of my former thousands left,
I bought out an obscure pharmacy in
Balleran.
One chill October evening I sat in
my little office back of the store apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment when I heard the front door open
sharply and close as abruptly. A veiled
woman, young I could guess from the
rare grace of her movements, brushed
hastily past the counter.
"Listen and act quick," she directed.
"There is your fee."
I stared hard. My strange client
had placed a hundred dollar bill on
the table.,
T wish you to procure and bring
to me In a saucer or some hollow
dish' went on the young woman,
"some corrosive fluid that will will
remove a blemish from the skin."
'There are a number of such acids,"
I said.
"Bring me the strongest, the surest,"
she said, and I arose, went out into'
the pharmacy and returned with a
saucer one-half filled with the dead-1
liest abrasive chemical I had in my
stock.
"If I place a finger .'In that, it will
do what?" v v
"If briefly," I answered, "it will re remove
move remove the outer cuticle."
"Leaving no dlscoloratioas?"
"None."
"And the pain?"
"Is inconsequential."
I started forward, for Just then, com compressing
pressing compressing her lips sturdily, she placed
the tips of her fingers first of one
hand and then of the other flat deep
into the acid. She held 4hem up be before
fore before her for inspection. The strange
act accomplished, her hands, which
had been delicately white before, were
white still, but my professional eye
traced the unnatural smoothness on
thunb and fingers where the corrod corroding
ing corroding fluid had removed the heavy outer
cuticle, as where one would peel a
plum or a pear. n
There was an expression of satis satisfaction,
faction, satisfaction, of puzzling triumph in the
face of my handsome client. She
drew a pair of gloves from the pocket
of her dress. She fixed her eyes
steadily, upon me.
"I !;can trust you to forget this
circunistance," she spoke. "Yes, I
see the gentleman in your face. There
is further to do. Fill a bottle with
some harmless liquid and follow me
to the door. When It is open warn
me to be. very cautious in using it.
The fee will be doubled if you help me
to act out my part successfully."
Blindly, I know not why, I followed
her Instructions. I went to the door
with her. I voiced the warning she
had directed. Distinctly I was aware
that she meant' the words for the
hearing of two men lurking in the
next doorway.
"I will be very careful of the acid."
she spoke in a clear loud voice. "I
wish to use it in sortie wood burning
ornamental work. Oh!"
With a scream she stumbled. She
fell, or rather pretended to fall flat
upon the pavement. The bottle cracked
a TT7J '.t 1 V. n ,4 n
i to splinters. wringing nei iiauua a
i she regained her feet, she ran towards
! me crying distractedly.
! "Oh, my hands! my hands! I have
burned all the flesh off my fingers!"
I read her purpose. I made a great
i m a.: 1 t I4..
t aaO; oi escorting ner uauii. miu mo
I pharmacy, of examining her hands, of
treating them with curatives. Then
she went away for the second time.
At the end of two weeks there came
to me a letter enclosing a second one
hundred dollar bill. It was pinned to
a sheet of paper bearing the words:
"As a gentleman and a true friend al always
ways always silence." 1
I hesitated about using the money,
but bad business necessitated it. A
business rival took away half of my
trade. Then I had a fire uninsured. I
went from bad to .worse and the sher sheriff
iff sheriff sold out my few poor property ef effects.
fects. effects. I wandered away from the city along
a country road. I must have fainted
from illness and hunger in its center.
Then I was conscious of being lifted
into an automobile.
When I came back to myself again
I occupied a bed in a cozlly furnished
room. Outside there was bird song.
The clear sweet scented air suggested
I some sumptuous garden. Then my
j client of that eventful evening in the
! past entered the room.
She it was who had. found me in
the road and I was her juest at a
beautiful villa many leagues rrom city
proximity.
She was nurse, sister, friend ah,
within my heart of hearts far more
than that before that delightful week
ended!
She had been companion to a wealthy
woman in a far distant country.
In that household a terrible murder
had been committed. She had been in
that room just before the crime was
perpetrated, had accidentally upset
a bottle of ink and left the impress
of her hands on a mantel.
She had seen in that room the step stepson
son stepson of her mistress, but knew he was
innocent. Her evidence might have
convicted him. Her mistress gave
her a large sum of money and bade
her fly
The two lurkers I had seen had fol followed
lowed followed her across the ocean to verify
the photograph of the finger marks.
I had helped her to baffle them.

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OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
MaJRIOX-DUXX .MASONIC iADVGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge rco. 19. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. t Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'a hal! the second ana
fourth Thursday evenings of. each
month at 720 o'clock.
Mrs. Emma Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in rouge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
COXCORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEX OF THE WORLD
YoX King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitln?
sover'.gns are always welcome.
J. M. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CI I A ITER XO. 13f R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala.
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, II. P.
Jake Bro ah, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
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No limit has been found
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Her labor will respond
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An organization is being
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Marion county is the
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OP TRAINS AT OCAIjA
Atlantic Coast Iiine
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
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No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
6:05 a. m.
tNo. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
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iNo. 38, G Petersburg to Jackson
ville 2:25 a. m.'
Xo. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
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No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jacksonville-
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No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p
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No. 141. Palatka to Ocala 10:50
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No. 49. Ocala to Homosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
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No. 35 (8unnyjim) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
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No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m.v Monday, Wednesday and CFriday.
No. 150, Wilcox fto ocaia p.
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No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
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No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
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COUGH MEDICINE
FOR CHILDREN
Never give a child cougli 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.
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f Letter Help.
Have a box at hand in desk, into
which slip interesting articles, witty
stories or poems. When writing to
friends, choose from the collection such
as would appeal to the individual. If
you are not In the "writing mood"
these supplements will be greatly ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. The Change.
"It used to be," declared old Broth Brother
er Brother Bcmbershay, "dat when Brudder
Mauley and his "wife was uh-squabblin'
dey had v it up and down like a see seesaw,
saw, seesaw, sometimes one of 'em gittin' de
best of it and den 1 de yudder. But
now, bless goodness, dey dess -goes
'round and 'round like a merry-go-round,
and nobody 'kin prognosticate
which is ahead." Puck.
The Prophesied Completeness.
We rejoice in life because it seems
to be carrying us somewhere; because
Its darkness seems to be rolling on
toward light, and even Its-pain to be
moving onward to a hidden joy. We
bear with incompleteness because of
the completion which is prophesied
and hoped for. -Phillips Brooks.
Salt in the United States.
The two chief methods depended on
for obtaining salt are to mine rock
salt and to evaporate salt-bearing so solutions.
lutions. solutions. Rock salt is obtained chiefly
from deep shaft mines in the eastern,
central and southern parts of the
United States, active mines being lo located
cated located in New York, Michigan, Kansas
and Louisiana. A comparatively
,small quantity is also obtained from
'surface deposits in the dry climates
of Utah and California.
Rooting Slips in Water.
The amateur flower grower will find
that the quickest and best method of
rooting slips of geraniums, nastur nasturtiums,
tiums, nasturtiums, etc., is by placing them in a
glass of water in a sunny window. In
a few days the roots start, and they
can then be planted in soil. From a
single plant ona may have a collec collection
tion collection of plants for bedding, such as
would cost a dollar or two at the
greenhouse.
Luck Vs. Brains.
Luck counts once in a while, brains
coun all the time. W. H. Lough.
Plenty of Experience.
"Have you had any experience In
the lunch business?" asked the chef
of the man who applied for work.
"WThy, I should say so," replied the
energetic youth. "I've been lunching
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Fountain pens were invented short shortly
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fice office of the company in Savannah, Ga.,
on January 9th, 1915, 12 noon, for the
purpose of considering and acting
upon important matters.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert W. Groves, Sec'y.
Savannah, Qa., Dec. 21, 1914.
26-sat-2t
NOTICE OF
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
To the stockholders of the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial 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.
Remembered Prohibition.
Three-year-old Dorothy, who was al
lowed to play on the parkway, was
told by her mother she must cot get
acqualnteC .with strange people. One
day an. organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her, and she paused
long enough to say: Tse yest gettia
quainted wif monkey, not man's."
TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA
Thousands of people keep on suffer suffering
ing suffering with neuralgia 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 surface
face surface over the painful part do not rub
it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrated very
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 t colds, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if
not satisfied, but it does give almost
instant relief. m
First American Admiral.
Esek Hopkins was the first admiral
of the American navy, being appoint
ed in 1775 by the continental congress
commander-in-chief of the navy. While
he at first achieved great success, he
was removed in 1777 on the ground
of incompetency. He died in JS02 at
Providence. R. I., where a monument
has been erected to his memory.
Ancients' Knew Quicksilver.
The discovery in, an Austrian ceme cemetery
tery cemetery of glass mirrors dating from the
second "or third century upset, the
theory that the ancients depended on
polished metal to see themselves.
P ANGERS OF A COLD
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 often
lead to. For that reason every cold
should be gotten rid of with the least
possible delay. To accomplish this you
will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy of great help to you. It loosens a
cold, relieves the lungs, aids expec expectoration
toration expectoration and enables the system to
throw off the cold. For sale by all
dealers. adv
Round of Pleasure.
"Well," mused six-year-old Harry as
he was being buttoned into a clean
White suit, "this has been an exciting
week, hasn't it, mother?" Monday we
went to the zco, Wednesday I lost
a tooth, Thursday was Lily's birthday
party, Friday I was sick, yesterday I
had my hair cut; and now here I am
rushing off to Sunday school!"
.,' Whole wheat bread maae under a
new process, wranped, in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 pent loaves. If
you are a suffere;- from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. xT-tf
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. -Adv.
: J.8. filOZlRGO, Watchmaker
All kinds of Jewelry, Type Type-J
J Type-J writer, Sewing Machine and
Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
ly executed. Prices reasonable.
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216 S Magnolia Street
o
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
Greek Painters.
There were several great painters
in ancient Greece and it is rather dif difficult
ficult difficult to say which was the "greatest."
It is possible the honor might go to
Apelles, 332 B. C.
STOP THE COLDS; THEY
OFTEN RESULT SERIOUSLY
Colds, croup and whooping cough
are children's ailments which need
immediate attention. ,The after aftereffects
effects aftereffects are often most serious. Donlt
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 her healing work. 50c at
your druggist. Try a bottle today, m

cial birth certificate:

Evening Star,
Gerig's Drug

A. E. Burnett, necklace,
Ocala Photo Co., half .doz. photos
Rheinauer & Co., baby carriage quilt.

MUST LITTLE HOMELESS

- REN SUFFE

WE DO NOT BELIEVE that the good people of Florida
realize that there are right now in ,our State
Hundreds of Little Children in Real Need
Some Absolutely Homeless That
Just Must Be Cared For
WE FEEL SURE that they do not know that there are
hundreds of Worthy Mothers in Florida who are just
struggling to keep their little ones alive; and at home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with these facts
true, and every orphanage in Florida Crowded to the
doors; that the people of Florida will let our great work
which has cared for 850 of these little ones This Year
alone do down for lack of funds to keeD it ud. Your

immediate help

send what you canoday to
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer,
The Children's Home Society of Florida,
Florida's Greatest Charity.
361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.

W. K. Iiane, M. D., "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
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
Japanese Woman Pearl Divers.
For centuries iast one of the cur curious
ious curious customs of Japan has been the
employment of woman as divers in
the pearl industry. Formerly whole
families became divers, but later the
prerogative became more and more
that of the women until now fully
ninety per cent of Japanese pearls
are gathered by Japanese women
divers. A, movement begun several
years ago to replace them with men
has been opposed bitterly by the wom women.
en. women. CHILDREN'S COUGHS,
CHILDREN'S COLDS
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

cala's IFSfsH ESafoy

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

one year. .
.........

Munroe & Chambliss National Bank, Savings account
Marion Furniture Company, high chair .... .

Store, baby's toilet set

Little's Shoe Parlor, satin furtop sof t qoT "saous ajoi
Carn-Thomas Co., -dozen Cakes Best Toilet fSoap 1.00
Chas. L. Fox ...... .... '. . .-One Rexall Pacifier
Remember, the first one reported on or after January 1, 1915,
is entitled to the gifts, even tho another of previous kdate may be
reported later.
Anyone desiring to add a gift to the above list may do so
at any time before a claim is made for it by calling phone 51
and stipulating the gift and its value.

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Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.

Relieving Headache.
Headaches caused by worry or ex exhaustion
haustion exhaustion may be relieved by very
simple means. If possible, put on
loose clothing, loosen the hair and
supply yourself with a bowl of hot
water and several towels. Wet the
towels in the hot water and apply
back of the ears and to the base of
the brain. Change these often and
you will soon find relief. A hot foot
bath hastens the process.

ACKNOWLEDGE IT

Lives on a Diet of Beans.
One of the hardest working men in
Bath, Me., has solved the cost of
living problem by subsisting almost
entirely on beans. He says that he
can live on ten cents a day, and shows
by his appearance that the -diet by
no means disagrees with him.

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We need the money and the space
Nice Assortment of the Season's Best Still
on Hand
Also Sfocli From Our Crystal River Business
Recently Discontinued and to be
Sold Below Cost
Big values while they last For The Cash
: MISS MARY AFFLECK
Upstairs, rear Helvenston's store

Ocala Hasf to Bow to the Inevitable,
Scores of Citizens Prove It.
After reading the public senti senti-ment
ment senti-ment of this representative citizen

jof Ocala given below, you must come

to this conclusion: A remedy which
proved so beneficial years ago with
the kidneys, can naturally 'he expect expected
ed expected to perform the" same work in sim similarcases.
ilarcases. similarcases. Read this:
Mrs. S. E. Fraser,'104 Fifth St.,
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the best of satisfaction. When
my kidneys got out of order, I was

i so dizzy that JL -couldn't straighten.

At times I couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my back. I had other troubles
as well. Doan's Kidney Pills have
always 'brought me immediate re relief."
lief." relief." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
Doan's Kidne'yvPills: the; same that
Mrs. Fraser had, Foster-Milbura

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Pheasants and Turkeys. ;
The fame of the pheasant in Eng England
land England and western Europe rests upon
its qualities as a game fowl, and the
species known there are not remark remarkable
able remarkable for beauty. Pheasants are not
indigenous to America, and here the
ruffed grouse is often mistakenly
called a pheasant. Our native turkeys
are closely related to the pheasant
family.

In Search of Knowledge.
"I shall call upon a fortune teller
this morning," said Mr. Blubb. "Go "Going
ing "Going to try to learn something about
the future?" asked Mr. Waggles. "Yes,
I'm going to ask him when he expects
to pay the arrears of rent for that cot cottage
tage cottage of mine he is occupying as a
'School of Astrology and Institute for
Psychical Research.'

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Pickled grapevine leaves are consid considered
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Just the Help Needed to Over,
come Worst Troubles.

How Electric Shock Kills.
Doctors' have decided that an elec electric
tric electric shock kills a man by destroying
the rhythm of the heart beats and act acting
ing acting on the lungs like an overdese of
an anesthetic.5

Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth Fry's great work for
prison reform was all done after her
marriage. It was in 1813 that she
paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and in 1817 -formed
the Association for the Improvement
of Female Prisoners in Newgate,
which attracted such widespread in interest.
terest. interest. Her efforts wrere not confined
to Great Britain, many continental
prisons being the better for her
labors.

First Brick House in America.
The first brick house in America, it
Is said, was Penn's Letitia house in
Philadelphia, built of imported bricks
in 1682.

In S. S. S., the famous blood purifier,
is the greatest natural, repair crew known.
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NOTICE OF
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
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has a climate that is in incomparable.
comparable. incomparable. J
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 hirtiself while he
is learning local condi conditions
tions conditions and getting a foot foothold.
hold. foothold. LOUIS fl CflAZAL
SOWS CO.
REAL ESTATE
Holder Building P. O. Box 475
Telephone 228 Ocala, Fla.
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each as cereibe re recall
call recall of extraordinary care
l watchfulness In the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
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The workmanship also
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end the same txnrexnlttlng
watchfulness enters Into
the manufacture of our
Caps Bars, Drops and
other Counter Goods as In
our BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

To the stockholders of the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank of Ocala:
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual 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.

NOTICE
A special meeting of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders of the Mutual Mining Company
is hereby called to be held at the of office
fice office of the company in Savannah, Ga.,
on January 9th, 1915, 12 noon, for the
purpose of considering and acting
upon important matters.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert W. Groves, Sec'y.
Savannah, Ga,, Dec. 21, 1914.
26-sat-2t
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OCALA IRON WORKS
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Ocala Iron Works will
be held at the office of Mr. D. S.
Woodrow, in the Merchants block,
Ocala, Fla., on Wednesday, the third
day of February, A. D. 1915, at 10
o'clock a. m., for the election of of officers
ficers officers and for such other business as
may regularly come before the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Dated in Ocala, Fla., this 6th day
of January, A. D. 1915.
George MacKay, President.
Chas. : E. Simmons, Sec'y. 5-4t-wed
NOTICE OP APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS PATENT
, Notice 4s thereby given that we, j the
undersigned, xn the
i 8th Day of February, A. D. 1015
flll apply to -the governor of the state"
of Florida, at his office in 'the city of
Tallahassee, for letters tatent to issue
u-n-der ;the following proposed charter.
1 G, A. CARMICHAEL
C. CARMICHAEL
W. Lt. CARMICHAEL.
PROPOSED CHARTER OF THE SIL SILVER
VER SILVER SPRINGS TRANSPORTA TRANSPORTATION
TION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
We. the undersigned, hereby as&o-
ciate ourselves together for the pur-
pose of becoming1 incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida appli applicable
cable applicable to corporations -for protit.
ARTICLE I.
The name or this corporation shal;
be the SILVER SPRINGS TRANSPOR TRANSPORTATION
TATION TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, and its principal
rriace of business shall he at Silve
Surinsrs. (Marion county, Florida, and
such other places eltheT within or
without .the state or Florida as tne
board of "directors may from time to
time designate and appoirtt, and to
have and maintain other offices of said
company at other places both within
and .without the state of Florida.
ARTICLE II.
The general nature nt the business
to he transacted -by the company shall
be the operation of boats for the car carriage
riage carriage of passengers and freights for
hire on the Ocklawaha and St. Johns
rivers and their tributaries, and at
such other point3 as tJie company may
from time to time designate.
The company shall also have the
right to own boats, water craft, steam steamboats
boats steamboats and other means of navigation,
'and shall also have -the right to op operate
erate operate trucks and all other kinds of
transportation other than railroads
whether upon land or on water, and to
carry on such other business as is in incident
cident incident to the purposes of this charter
and not inconsistent with the laws of
the state of Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be TWENTY TWENTY-FIVE
FIVE TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($25,000),
which shall be divided into TWO HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED AND FIFTY shares of the par
value of ONE HUNDRED ($100) DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS each, which said shares of stock
shall be paid for in lawful money of
the United States or by the conveyance
of any property, labor or services, at
such just valuation thereof as may be
fixed by the board ot directors at any
meeting called for sxwh purpose.
ARTICLE JV.
The term for which this corporation,
shall exist shall be ninety-nine (99)
years.
ARTICLE V,
fThe business of -this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and a
board of direotors of not less than
three members nor more th'an five
members, but the offices of secretary
and treasurer may be held by one and
the same person, all of whioh said of officers
ficers officers shall be ele'ctexl at the annual
meeting of the stockholders to be held
on the second Tuesday In January of
each year. The following named of officers
ficers officers shall conduct the business of the
corporation Utntil those elected at the
first annual meeting shall be duly
qualified: ..
President, G. A. Carmichael.
Vic president, C. Carmichael.
Secretary and treasurer, W. L. Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. ''
Board of directors, O. A. Carmichael,
C. Carmichael and W. L. Carmichael.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself shall be TWO
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
($250,000) DOLLARS.
' ARTICLE VII.
The names and places of residence
of ; the subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed by
each, is:
G. A. Carmichael, Ocala, Florida, 125
shares. ,-
Wf L. Carmichael, Ocala, Florida, 25
shares. :
C. Carmichael, Ocala, Florida, 100
WITNESS the hanfis and seals of the
incorporators, this the 4th day of Jan January,
uary, January, A. D. 1915.
G. A. CARMICHAEL, (Seal).
C. CARMICHAEL, (Seal).
W. L. CAFCMICHAEL, (Seal).
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
Personally appeared before -me, the
undersigned authority, G. A. Carmi Carmichael,
chael, Carmichael, W. L. Carmichael and C. Car Carmichael,
michael, Carmichael, to me well known ito be the
persons described in and who execut executed
ed executed the foregoing articles of Incorpora Incorporation
tion Incorporation of the SILVER SPRINGS TRANS TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION TRANSPORTATION 4 COMPANY and who ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged before me, that they sign signed,
ed, signed, sealed and delivered the same for
the. uses and purposes therein set forth
and expressed.
WITNESS my hand and official seal,
this the 4th day of January, A. D. 1915.
tSeal) E. L. STAPP,
Notary Public for (the State of Florida
at Large.
My commission expires on the 7th
day of January, A. D. 1915. 1-6-wed
Greek Painters.
There were several great "painters
in ancient Greece and it is rather dif difficult
ficult difficult to say which was the "greatest,"
It is possible te honor might go to
Apelles, CC2 B. C.

Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg
9:05 p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
6:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg 2:18 a. m.

No. 38, S' Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 2:25 a. m. f
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg 2:40 p. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKsm
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No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
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No. 141. Palatka to Ocala 10:50
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No. 49, Ocala to Homos assa
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rives 1:05 p. xn.
No. 35 ( Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake
land 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Sunny jim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.
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 Ar
rive 1 p. m.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jackson vill
4:10 p. m.
Ocala Northern
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at l:lo p
m.
STOP THE COLDS; THEY
OFTEN RESULT SERIOUSLY
Colds, croup and whooping cough
are children's ailments which, need
immediate attention. The after aftereffects
effects aftereffects are of ten most serious. Donit
take no risk you don't have to. Dr
King's New Discovery checks the cold
soothes the cough, allays the inflam
mation, kills the' germs and allows
nature to do her healing work. 50c at
your druggist. Try a bottle today, m
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.
TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA
Thousands of people keep on suffer suffering
ing suffering with neuralgia 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 surface
face surface over the painful part do not rub
it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrated very
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
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
DANGERS OF A COLD
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 often
lead to. For that reason every cold
should be gotten rid of with the least
possible delay; To accomplish this you
will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy of great help to you. It loosens a
cold, relieves the lungs, aids expec expectoration
toration expectoration and enables the system to
throw off the cold. For sale by all
dealers. adv
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. Li depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Whole wheat bread mace unier r
new process, wrapped In checker checker-beard
beard checker-beard paper, 5 and 10 ?t?nt loaves. If
you are a suffere. rrom dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. xT-tf
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
: J. 8. MOZIKGO, Watchmake :
All kinds of Jewelry, Type-
J writer, Sewing Machine and J
J Graphaphone Repairing prompt-
ly executed. Prices reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
216 S Magnolia Street

MUST LITTLE HOMELESS CE

REN, SUFFER IN FLORIDA?

WE DO NOT BELIEVE that the good people of Florida
realize that there are right now in our State
Hundreds of Little Children in Real Need
Some Absolutely Homeless That
Just Must Be Cared For
WE FEEL SURE that they do not know that there are
hundreds of Worthy Mothers in Florida who are just
struggling to keep their little ones alive, and at .home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with these facts
true,' and every orphanage in Florida Crowded to the
doors, that the people of Florida will let our great work
which has cared for 850 of these little ones This Year
alone, go down for lack of funds to keep it up. Your
immediate help is greatly needed Right Now. Please
send what you can today to s
R. V. COVINGTON, Treasurer,
The Children's Home Society of Florida,
Florida's Greatest Charity.
361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.

W. K. Iiane, 31. D., "Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Iaw 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
Japanese Woman Pearl Divers.
For centuries past one of the cur curious
ious curious customs of Japan has been the
employment of woman as divers in
the pearl industry. Formerly whole
families became divers, but later the
prerogative became more and more
that of the women until now fully
ninety per cent of Japanese pearls
are gathered by Japanese women
divers. A movement begun several
years ago to replace them with men
has been opposed bitterly by the wom women.
en. women. CHILDREN'S COUGHS.
CHILDREN'S COLDS
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

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 i 3.00
Gerig's Drug Store, baby's toilet set 2.00
A. E. Burnett, necklace, 2.00
Ocala Photo Co., half dozi photos 4.00
Rheinauer & Co., baby carriage quilt. 1.09
Little'fe Shoe Parlor, satin furtop soft qq'T "saoqs ajoi
Carn-Thomas Co., -dozen Cakes Best Toilet Soap ... 1.00
Chas. L. Fox .One Rexall Pacifier
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 phne 51
and stipulating the gift and its value.

WE'LL Ml

show you how to save half the cost of a new o7.c.
Our prices will be found the lowest consistent with first class work workmanship.
manship. workmanship. Give us a trial.

W. T. LUCKIE
AT LUCKIE'S GARAGE

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proper attention to your tires at the
right time will save you grctrS,iv,,
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