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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.

OOALA, FLORID A, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915
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Petrograd, Jan. 13. The Turkish
advance guard occupied Tabriz, Per
, sia, Wednesday. Tabriz is the most
important city of Northwestern Per
sia, and is located about 100 miles
from the Turkish border. Its occupa
tion by the Turks means that Persia
will go into the war, probably as an
ally of Russia. 1
ADVANCED ON IRINIA
Constantinople, Jan. 13.--The
Turks have occupied Irinia and taken
all of the dominating frontier posi positions
tions positions during the past fortnight's
fighting. Deep snow is impeding the
operations in the vicinity of Olty and
Ardahan.
AMERICAN WEATHER SEEMS
TO EXTEND TO EUROPE
Paris, Jan. 13, 3 p. m. The great
storms along the coast of the chan channel
nel channel and the North Sea are rendering
operations difficult. ;
Violent artillery duels, favoring the
Free-b, are going on from Ypres to
Rheims, from the Argonnes and
Soissons o Berry au Bac.
- Severe f fighting is progressing
along the Aisne and : northeast of
Soissons, where he Germans are
massing an immense army. The
French maintained their positions on
the heights of Pentesvto the west, but
to the east relinquished some ground
to the Germans.
In the Vosges fog and heavy snow
are hampering operations.
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THE HOT STATE
FAMOUS SINGER IS ON HER
WAY TO FLORIDA
Chicago, Jan. 13. Madame Schu Schu-manHeink,
manHeink, Schu-manHeink, suffering from bronchial
pneumonia, Wt for Florida last
night.
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men in America and
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ENTIRE REMIT
DRIVING THE TURKS STEADILY
BACK INTO THEIR OWN
DISTRICTS
Petrograd, Jan. 13. The' capture
of the entire Ninety-second Turkish
regiment by Russians in Trans-Caucasia
is officially reported today.
Hard fighting continues with the
Turkish rear guard in the direction
of Olty. and along the Olytsu river.
Fighting continues to the south of
Sarikamisch.
NEW SPRING SEED
Our new seeds for spring planting
for both field and garden, are now
in. We can furnish them in any
quantity on short notice.
, Bitting & Mathews,
13tf 410 N. Magnolia, St. Ocala, Fla.
IT TEme

According to figures published by bur Honorable
Mayor yesterday the city used 14 cords of wood per
4ay at the Electric Plant during the month of Dec December.
ember. December. This is 434 cords for the month.
During the same period the plant generated 72,150
kilowatt hours. This is an average of 163.9 kilowatt
hours per cordv v
.During the year 1914 tneplant'generated 650,840

Kilowatt nours.

According to the kilowatt hour output for the year
and the" December figures the city should not have
used but 3971 cords.
The city paid for 6035 cords.
WHERE IS THE 206412 CORDS ? ;

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Made to measure from the choicest All-Wool fabrics of the season, and sold at the
of distinctive textures, worth $20, $23 and $30 for

, These American suits represent a value which is far superior to the big majority of the foreign fabrics now being over over-;.
;. over-;. exploited.. If you want genuine imported Woolens of the FINEST QUALITY, RICH, EXCLUSIVE and the S ME ACTI7 T
LY WORN ABROAD, and not IN PORTED FOR THE AMERICAN TRADE ONLY, let us sho y of these FIFEEND
SUITS. WE ALSO MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HIGH CLASS TAILORING MADE IN OcIla ,fteen D0L"

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FIGHTING 1 FRANCE

FLAiEHS
MUCH TO THE ADVANTAGE OF
THE KAISER AND HIS
' MEN
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Berlin, Jan. 13, 4 p. m.- Gains for
the Germans are reported from the
northern end of the long battle front
in Flanders, despite the bad weather.
German artillery in West Flanders
has succeeded in causing the French
to evacuate some trenches in the
suburbs of Nisuport. French attacks
near Cronay have been repulsed and
German counter attacks have been
successful. French attacks near the
canal of Labasse, Labcisbelle Hill and
Touvien have been repulsed. The
Germans took hills north and north northeast
east northeast of Nomeny. In the east the sit situation
uation situation 4s unchanged.
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ENTERE3AL CITY
ITALIAN CAPITAL IN PANIC AT
AN EARTHQUAKE
Rome, Jan. 13.- A severe earth earthquake
quake earthquake rocked the city today. Many
buildings were cracked and people
fled from the city in a panic.
EXTENDED ALL OVER ITALY
Rome, Jan. 13. The latest reports
from the earthquake say it was se severe
vere severe in many points of Italy. It is
believed that thirty people were kill killed.
ed. killed. Eighteen are dead at Perets and
many are hurt. The government,
Vatican and; other large, buildings
were damaged.
ALONG THEIR COASTS ARE
WORRYING THE ENGLISH
Dover, Jan. 13. Another subma submarine
rine submarine attack against Dover was re repelled,
pelled, repelled, today by the forts guarding
the harbor.
It is reported that airships were
seen over the British, channel heading
for the English coast last night.
SCHOOL film
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IS TOO STUD!
BLAZE JFROM AN OPEN GRATE
CAUSED DEATH OF MISS
BLANCHE HERMAN
Atlanta, Jan. 13. Sitting ; before
an open grate, intent upon her schdol
lesson, the clothes of Miss Blanche
Berman, aged eight, caught fire at
her home on South Pryor street last
night. She ran screaming into the
street. She died at 2 o'clock this
morning. : ''
OLD NEWSPAPER MAN
HAS GONE ACROSS
Gulfport, Miss., Jan. 13. Rev. H.
A. Jones, for many years pastor of
the First Presbyterian church, for-
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merly a newspaper man, founder of;
the Memphis Commercial-Appeal.
was found in his study asphyxiated j
today.
We fill your prescriptions as order ordered
ed ordered from fresh drugs, at the Court
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ANOTHER FIERCE GALE SWEEP SWEEPING
ING SWEEPING FROM THE ATLANTIC
. Boston, Jan. 13. Shipping was
badly crippled by the sleety gale and
land traffic is impeded today by the
heavy snow. The Fall River steamer

Plymouth put in at New London on
account of the heavy storm. A num number
ber number of sailing craft have been driven
ashore.
LIVES ALREADY LOST
New York, Jan. 13. A heavy sleet
storm and high winds are sweeping
over the North Atlantic today. Two
lives are known to have been lost in
the vicinity of New York. The seas
are lashed to a fury and shipping is
badly damaged. - t

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SHE CANT AFFORD AT THIS
TIME TO DEFY SWITZ SWITZERLAND
ERLAND SWITZERLAND Vienna, J an. 13. Austria today
apologized to Switzerland for the ar arrest
rest arrest of the Swiss minister and the
Danish charge d'affaires, who were
arrested Sunday because they insist insisted
ed insisted in talking in English and French
on a train. t
It is reported that Russia is send send-ing
ing send-ing a heavy army into Servia.
EXCEEDS SECRETARY
DANIELS ESTIMATE;
House' Naval Committee Wants Many
New Submarines
Washington, Jan. 13. Two new
battleships, sixteen submarines, six
destroyers, one hospital ship, one
oiler, one transport and one seagoing
submarine is the program agreed agreed-upon
upon agreed-upon today by the HoUse naval com committee.
mittee. committee. This is more extensive than
the estimate of Secretary Daniels.
CHASED BY CARRNZA
Zapata and His Followers Driven Out
of Mexico City
Vera Cruz, Jan. 13. Zapata and and-his
his and-his army evacuated Mexico City in in-the
the in-the face of two Carranza columns columns-advancing
advancing columns-advancing from the east and south southeast.
east. southeast. ;
Fountain pen taken from postoflke
desk belonging to R. B. Bowers.
Please returned to postmatser. 8-6t
The best gin rickey in the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915

CANNING CLUB -.WORK

Friends and admirers of the can canning
ning canning club work have every reason to
feel proud of the record made by
the club members of Marion county
for the year 1914.
When we consider the distressing
climatic conditions, which of course
resulted in disastrous crop conditions
and then look over the amount of
work that "has been accomplished, we
must admit with pride, the true cour
age and determination of our girls.
It was most discouraging to the
farmers of large acreage and to the
giri whose garden limit is one-tenth
of an acre and that -almost a total
f allure, as far as profit and yield is
concerned, it was likewise trying, and
yet most of them are bravely going
on with their work regardless of re repeated
peated repeated failures. 1
One item taken from the report of
1914, shows that zo girls are re responsible
sponsible responsible for putting up 4,000 cans of
tomatoes, 250 cans of corn, okra and
other vegetables, 375 glasses (jars)
of pickles, preserves, marmelades and
jellies, 225 bottles of catsup, does
the average person realize what this
means in the homes of, the girls ?
Aside from the fact that they are
supplying the home with a better and
a more abundant product, they are
advancing in various lines of indus industry,
try, industry, studying many things that will
be useful through life, among tthe
most important being, bookkeeping,
for every girlv should be her home
bookkeeper.
The virtues of the canning club
work are too numerous to be given
here, but in the beginning of the new
year's work, I would like to urge the
cooperation of every one in the coun county
ty county to the end that Marion county's
record for 1915 will stand highest in
the state, and that many homes; and
every store in Marion county will be
well stocked with fruits and veget vegetables
ables vegetables put up' under the (4H) brand
;and having the names .of our own
.home girls on them. C
f I am now going among the club
-members of 1914 to. learn how many
are going to be members this year.
Several girls have written me, asking
-that they be enrolled as canning club
members. I am glad to note that
these girls who are asking to become
club members' are from parts of the
county where much good will bes ac accomplished,
complished, accomplished, girls from homes of thrift
and industry, who are eager to study
And take advantage of opportunities
offered them. I hope more girls will
write me, teachers and parents are
surged to assist in enrolling and or
who owns the dwelling-

your name? r,
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the be'gmning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribe's 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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State, County and City Depository.

ganizing 'such a membership as willjbers, girls whose ambitions will car-
protect our county from such waste ry them on from canning club girls to

of farm products as has heretofore
been the case. ;
The canning club work is no longer
considered an experiment, it is now;
recognized as a means of saving in
the homes and teaching our girls j
the rules of real home making.
.
This year we hope to study the ;
matter of a variety of tomatoes, ex-
perience has proven that the ordi ordinary"
nary" ordinary" shipping tomato is not the very
best for canning purposes, we must
try out and determine what is the
best in every particular for our sec section
tion section of the county. The tomato that
scores the highest in color, taste and
firmness, being thoroughly suited to
our climate is what we must have.
The tomato of course is the first
study of the canning club girl, but
from tjiat she goes on to the entire
farm product, with their club motto
"to make the best better" ever be before
fore before her. My object in this article is
to call attention to the fact that it is
now time to begin another years
work and that in order to make good
we must make due preparation.
Therefore I must earnestly solicit
the cooperation of every one. My ambition-is
to have Marion county stand
at the very head of the list in can canning
ning canning club work for 1915, but" it can cannot
not cannot be done by the agent alone. There
must be a perfect cooperation. I ear earnestly
nestly earnestly urge parents, friends and
teachers to advise and encourage the
girls in this great enterprize. If you
think it a good thing then tell them
so and advise them to enroll at once.
It is an oppprtunity worth the while
and should have the endorsement of
all who are interested in the well well-fare
fare well-fare and future progress of our coun county.
ty. county. Especially since the high-cost of
living is, as should be, the all absorb absorbing
ing absorbing problem to be solved.
The canning club work is some something
thing something that cost absolutely nothing to
join, its benefits and instruction are
freely given. Our school board has
not only endorsed it by words of
praise, but have met the appropria
tion of the state and government dol dollar
lar dollar for dolar, in order that Marion
county may be beautified. Our board
of county commissioners have sup supported
ported supported it from its very beginning.
Againg I beg of you to assist in mak making
ing making a splendid record for 1915. Write
and advise me when I will do the most
good. There is no place in Marion
county tnat I would not go, even for
a single girl who wants to work. It
is not numbers of members that I'm
thinking of most, but working mem-

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some day be the leading women of

our country. Respectfully,
Caroline H. Moorehead.
BELLEVIEW
Belleview, Jan. 12. Belleview saw
the old year go out and the new year"!
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come with .with a whoop and j
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ine watcn meeting service at tnesate
M. E. church was well attended and;

it is hoped that all who attended j
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that time flies, that we are young to today,
day, today, old tomorrow, that acts commit committed
ted committed in the heat of hate, and passion
cannot be undone, and that the day
of reckoning comes sooner or later to
all.
The dance at the town hall had a
goodly attendance. The music was
enough to provoke tjie least enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic to fling a foot, and to the
clanging of bells everyone wished ev everyone
eryone everyone else a happy New Year.
At their meeting Saturday, Dec.
26, the Masonic fraternity held s their
regular annual election for the en
suing year and after the business
meeting, adjourned until Saturday,
Jan. 2, 1915, for the purpose of in installing
stalling installing the officers-elect, at which
time the following were installed:
O. M. Gale, W. M.; John T. Hames, j
b. W.; James J. Nelson, J. W.; Chas.j
A. Tremere, secretary; Henry R.
Shaw, treasurer; B. H. Norris, S. D.;
D. C. Stanley, J. D.; J. N. Shedd, S.;
H. W. Weaver, J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Marion Seymour
left last Wednesday for Jacksonville,
after a visit with Mrs. Seymour's
parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Evans.
The young ladies enjoyed roller
skating at the town hall last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night.
Miss .Lotta May of Dayton, Ohio,
arrived last Friday and will spend the
winter with her friend, Mrs. Abbie C.
Morrow Brown, at the Belleview
Bible and Prayer School.
Mrs. Delbert Haskell is up apd
around once more after a rather se severe
vere severe spell of sickness.
, The Ladies' Aid gave a little silver
party at the parsonage last Friday
evening, which netted quite a neat
little- sum which will be applied to
the salary fund.
Mr. W. C. Koons, assistant post postmaster
master postmaster at Palmetto, spent last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in town visiting with his for former
mer former townsman, Mr. Louis Weihe.
Mr. Sands Ha viland has been mak mak-ink
ink mak-ink extensive 'improvements in the
interior finish of his cottage. He'has
had a skilled mechanic from Ocala
. .....
Polite Music Teacher.
"How do you like your new music
master?" "He is a very nice, polite
young man. When I made a mistake
yesterday he said: 'Pray, madamoi madamoi-selle,
selle, madamoi-selle, why do you take so much pains
to improve upon Beethoven?" Le Fi Figaro.
garo. Figaro. Pillans'- Famous Florida syrup inl
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf I
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Those to Be Envied. I
Those are most to be envied who J
soonest learn to expect nothing for
which they have not worked hard. S
and who never acquire the habit of j
pitying themselves overmuch, even if j
in after life they happen to work in I
vain. Lord Macaulay; j
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You can get good buttermilk at!
Gerig's, fresh every day. G-tf
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We All Know Them.

"There are certain people who eat j fireworks displays, yacht and motor
well, drink well, and sleep well, but boat racing, street dancing by thou thou-who,
who, thou-who, whenever they see a little work, j sands of gaily costumed people ;of
Immediately become ill." The Green- I many nations, music by famous Amer-

wlch Magistrate.
Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf
Nicknames of Prize Fighters.
There was a time when nearly every
promineit prize fighter had a nick nickname
name nickname more generally used by admir admirers
ers admirers than his "real name, and some of
these were picturesque. William
ThnTTirvsnn whn won th rhumninTishln
In 1835. was known as Bendigo. The
Australian mining town was named af after
ter after him, and although some of its in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants managed to have it re re-christened
christened re-christened Sandhurst, the new name
neer caught on.
Natural Question.
" T will wash mine hands in inno inno-ceucy,'
ceucy,' inno-ceucy,' said infant class Hilda, mem-
orizlng her Sunday school lesson.
'What is innocency, mamma? Is it
a now irinri f annn?"

at work for the past week or so'cov-j
ering the interior walls with Beaver;

Board so that now. these two rooms j
are the cosiest and neatest trimmed
j of any house in town. I
j Mr. Hires from Ocala has spent the
f past week in doing an artistic job in
Beaver Board work in Mr. Sands j
Haviland's house. j
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Master James returned last Saturdays
af ter an absence of seVeral weeks
visitintr in the northern part of the
, Al TT .
down to North Lake Weir last Sun-
day and called upon a number of
their friends
(Mr. J. W. Fant, Jr., enjoyed the
pleasures of a visit from his mother
and sister last Saturday.
Mr. Tremere went up to Ocala last
Tuesday afternoon, attended the Elks'
meeting at night and then journeyed
to South Florida on the t midnight
train in the interest of his line -of
machinery.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fairbrother of
Vermont, who have been visiting
with friends in town the past week,
left for Braderttown and points south
last Monday.
PREPARE FOR GASPARILLA
Tampa, The "Payroll City," Getting
Ready To Receive Ye Mystic
Krewe Next Month
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Tampa, Fla., Jan. Cosmopolitan
Tampa, known throughout the country
as "The Payroll City," is making elab elaborate
orate elaborate preparations for holding tho
tenth annual Gasparilla Carnival, nam named
ed named for Gasparilla, one of the most
desperate pirates that ever infested
the Gulf Coast of Florida and the
Spanish Main during the closing days
of the eighteenth and opening days of
the nineteenth centuries. The datefc
of the Carnival, which is patterned af-
ter the New Orleans Mardi Gras, with
many amusement features peculiar to
the semi-tropics added, are February
12 to 16, inclusive, and in honor of the
celebration the xrail roads have offered
extremely low round-trip rates from all
points east of the Mississippi 'river.
Every attraction of the Carnival will
be free, and Tampans are preparing
to care for 100,000 visitors during the
five days of festivity.
Gasparilla was not as widely known
to fame as "Captain Kldd and LaFitte
the French terror, but he was their
equal in cruelty and daring. He and
hlg crew robbed and burned many
merchant ships, securing millions in
Spanish gold and taking captive many
women, whose husbands, fathers and
brothers were made; to "walk the
plank" and find graves among the cor coral
al coral beds beneath the blue Gulf waters.
"Overboard with the men,' but capture
the women," 'was Gasparilla's com command
mand command to his crew, and he held many
beautiful but unfortunate women for
a long time in an immense but crude
and well-fortified castle on Gasparilla
Isle, on which! the thriving port of j
Boca Grande stands today. He and!
his crew were finally captured and
hanged by the fighting men of an j
American gunboat in 1800, since which j
time peace has reigned in the Gulf wa-j
ters except during the filibustering and
troop-embarking days of the Spanish-;
American War. For ten years, though,
the ghost of Gasparilla and his phan-j
torn crew have attacked Tampa, and
their coming is marked by a festival
such as people of the semi-tropics are!
alone capable Of producing.
This year the Carnival will be more
attractive than ever, and particularly
to residents of winter-bound states,
Among the features offered for their
attraction will be monster pageants,
n which allegorical floats of great
beauty will pass through the streets
of the city; maneuvers of war vessels
in the harbor and of United States
troops, aeroplane flights, day and night
ican and Cuban bands, balls in the
American, Spanish, Cuban, Italian and
German clubs and other brilliant so-
r cial features.
To the tourist and homeseeker the
i principal attraction will be a "Garden
! of Eden" exhibition of fruits, flowers,
I vegetables and other semi-tropical
products on the court house square in
Tampa. This exhibition will surpass
anything of the kind ever prepared by
any semi-tropical or tropical state or
country.
President Wocdrow Wilson is -being
i ureed to attend the Carnival and make
South Florida his winter homein future
years, and noted Americans and for foreign
eign foreign diplomats have also been Invited.
Tampa has In the past ten years enter entertained
tained entertained a .larger number of distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished Americans and foreigners than any
other Southern city, these delighting
to visit the section while other states
are winter-bound.
Preparations have already been
nade tor housing and feeding a larger
j number of people than a Florida city
i has eter entertained before.

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Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh,
5 cents.
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Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate for lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, tea and dinner.
io cents.
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Made of the finest
ingredients. Baked
to perfection. The
national strength
food, io cents.
. Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL BISCUIT
COMPANY
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If It Is rczpma, r-m!J'-r"s. 5fni o; vvorsr
your safuard y. f&motis
blood purifier. It is always lined up to
:ttack diseased tlood. And it alwajs does
' be work.' It does th work. After dlsap dlsap-tolntment,
tolntment, dlsap-tolntment, after alleged e: ceialisis, ner ner-ury.
ury. ner-ury. iodides, f.trycLnine, arsenic and other
instructive drrja tl.ot 1-avc reaped a bar barest
est barest c raIstak-3 and left a host of Invalid
-HKsln? as to what Is to corr.e. K. S. S.
:3 net such a dm as the cupidity or 5 5-r.orance
r.orance 5-r.orance cf man would be able to produce,
t is Nature's Wonderful contrDutloa to
-ur necessities. It i? wonderf;;! because It
an net be Imitated: -an not to made. any
.ther v.-ay tiari tu :;- Nature's prod
ucts and prcdr.c t.-Lui a I:o:t o? rrn know
ss R. S. S.f the world's greatest medicine.
There ire people everjv.-tcri that Lad an
eld sore or ulcer that deHed all the salves
Lnown. And ytt S. S. takn Into the
tlood Just naturally put Into that old sore
the elements that made new tissue, new
Cesb, and covered It with a new coating of
healthy skin. Get a bottle of R. S. S.
today cf any d rudest and be on the way
f- perfect tlood health. Bat beware of
rabstitntrs. For special advice consult the
radical department. The Swift Specific Co.,
rr, Swift Bids., Atlanta, Ga. It Is free
;nd has helped a multitude.
The "G" in wGnatM
. "Spelling's a queer thing," said ono
boy. "What do they want with a
V In 'gnat?' 'Tt belongs there," re replied
plied replied the other. "It's what you say
when one stings you. The only mis mistake
take mistake is not putting an exclamation,
point after It."



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THREE

The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
' Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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ROOM AND RATH FOR A

Restaurant with Moderate prices
NOW OPEN.
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House

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IXLECTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE

MANAGER
The only Hotel on the Square

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ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF

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To Re Upright in Our Dealings
We Put
OUR MEATS UP FIGHT
Making it Easy to
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME TH EM

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Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

COLLIEE BROS., 'Proprietors.

WSM RIOT

show you how to save half 'the cost of a new u"r.i.
Our .prices will be found the lowest consistent With first class work

manship. Give us a trial.
W. T. LUCKIE
.AT LUCKIES GARAGE

DOLLAR AND A HALF

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PHONES IN ALL ROOMS
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
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and Heavy Hauling
We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Wice
IN VESICATE."''
V-
"HIT YtfDU
With Talk about what we can do
in the way of vujeanizirig your tires,
but we want to tell you that the
proper attention to your tires at the
right time will save you great ex expense.
pense. expense. We are prepared to do vul vulcanizing
canizing vulcanizing on short notice, and we
guarantee our work to be satisfact-
ory. If you've had a blowout re recently
cently recently and discarded the tire, let us
J. Rm WEATHERING TO
NORTH MAIN STREET

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GEFilS OF OLD WORLD

FRENCH CATHEDRALS MARVELS
OF ARCHITECTURAL ART.
Rich in Historic Interest, and of Sur- j
passing Beauty, Their Damage in j
Present War Is Matter for
I Keen Regret. j
I Reims cathedral, partly destroyed
i during the recent bomhardment, was
! regarded as the Westminster abbey
I of France. On its site, according to
legend, Clovis was baptized In the
i fifth century, and there Joan of Arc
saw the consecration of Charles 11.
There also, the kings of Franca were
crowned and anointed.
Two of the chief features of the
cathedral, which dates back to 1211,
were the most famous rose window
of the world, almost forty feet in di diameter,
ameter, diameter, and the 530 statues adorning
the portals and facades, including 42
colossal statues of French kings.
Near the north portal was one of the
masterpieces of Gothic sculpture, rep representing
resenting representing the "Last Judgment," with
a flgui e of Christ in the attitu le of
benediction.
The interior was world-renowned
for its exquisite stained glass, its six sixteen
teen sixteen th-centurv tapestries an great
organ, one of the finest in Eirope.
Although not quite a rich his historical
torical historical interest, the cathedral of Notre
Dame in Paris Is more ancient thar
that of Reims, the main building hid hiding
ing hiding been begun in the twelfth cen century.
tury. century. It Is said that if the pillars of
Notre Dame could speak they might
tell the whole history of France. The
only coronation celebrated there was
that of Henry VI of England in 1431.
Perhaps the finest feature of Notre
Dame in Paris is the Sainte Chapelle,
built by St! Louis in 1245-8 for the re reception
ception reception of tljie various relics which he
brought from the ;Holy Land. This
""chapel Vi perhaps the greatest exist existing
ing existing masterpiece of Gothic art.
Amiens cathedral is another of
France's thirteenth century churches
to which therworJd pays visits. This
was the' church which Ruskin and
other people have described as "the
finest existing medieval structure."
Its. incomparable facade, galleries
filled with the statues of kings, Its
superb windows and tapestries, and
above all its beautiful choir-stalls and
chapels, make ithe Amiens cathedral
incomparable in many respects."
Of special historical interest to the
; English is the cathedral of Rouen, for
it was .there that the heart of Richard
Coeur de ilion wa buried prior to its
being removed, to the Museum of An Antiquities.
tiquities. Antiquities. Another interesting fact re regarding
garding regarding the Roufn cathedral Is that
the notable south tower was built at
the end of the fifteenth century with
what was termed "indulgence" money,
received by the church for permission
to eat butter during Lent.
The glorious cathedral of Chartres,
built chiefly between 1194 and 1260,
is noted for its solidity as well as
beauty, one of itsN two spires being
generally regarded as the most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful on the continent. Like most oth other
er other famous French cathedrals, it has
some magnificent windows.
Poincare Is Head of the Army.
When M. Poincare visits the French
troops inv the fighting line he does
nothing in the way of directing their
movements. He Is, however, entitled
to do so, if he cared to exercise the
powers conferred on him. One of the
articles of a law passed In 1875 enacts
that the president shall rank as re responsible
sponsible responsible head ("chef agissant de sa
personne") of the army and the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic service, and, further, that in time
of war he may, if he so pleases, take
supreme command of the troops in ac action.
tion. action. This clause was inserted In the
constitution on the express demand of
Marshal MacMahon, and has never
been modified in any way.
Temperance Conundrum.
"I can't understand 'finance.
One
thing puzzles me extremely."
"What's that?"
v, "If they put somuch water in the
stocks, how can money get tight?"
Too Much Love.
"Darling, I think of you every mo moment
ment moment in the day."
"Law salces, Tom, give some atten attention
tion attention to your work or you'll get fired."
The Apricot.
The vapricot did not originate in
Mexico. It was introduced from Asia
into Europe in the time of Alexander
the Great and was taken from Greece
to the other European countries, and
after 1492 to the two Americas.
Strength of Character.
Strength of character Is not mere
strength of feeling It is the resolute
restraint of strong feeling. It is un unyielding
yielding unyielding resistance to whatever would
disconcert u? from without or unset unsettle
tle unsettle us from within. Charles Dikeni.

AWAITING FAMOUS PIRATE

Tampa Prepares For Annual Landing j
Of Ye Mystic Krewe Of
Gasparilla 1 I
Tampa, Fla., .Jan. Presenting
the varied beauties and resources of
semi-tropic Southern Florida, and re reviving
viving reviving its romance-written past as
well, the tenth annual carnival of Ye
Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla, named for
one of the fiercest pirates of American
history, will be held in this city from
February 12 to 16, inclusive, attract attracting
ing attracting a host of health and pleasure-seek- j
ers from the "frigid zone" above the i
northern boundary line of the Para- j
dise of Flowers. It is confidently ex-!
pected that all attendance records for
Florida events will be broken during
the five-day period of festivity, and
among the visitors will be many nota notables
bles notables of America and foreign countries.
President Wilson is among those be-J
ing urged to attend.
The twelve counties of Southern
Florida,, owing to their varied re resources,
sources, resources, have weathered the period of
depression resulting from the sudden
outbreaT cf the European war and
flnancia elation at Washington in
a magniucent manner, as shown t
the general demand for the holding o
a- "prosperity celebration" In Tampa.,
These counties appear t best advan advantage
tage advantage during the month of February, at
which : festivities of the tourist an1
fruit and vegetable shipping season
are at their heights, and the words of
greeting to the visiting tho; sand will
bv "repression is an unktv' u expe expe-nenr
nenr expe-nenr here." Therefore, the Gaspa Gaspa-rii
rii Gaspa-rii x ?arnival will be promoted on a
gra-.er scale than ever before. In
honor of the annual event the rail railroads
roads railroads and steamship lines have grant
ed extremely low rates to Tampa and
other places In South Florida from all
points east of the Mississippi river, and
from some points west.
More than a century ago Gasparilla
and his crew held forth in a crude but
well fortified mansion on Gasparilla
Isle, which lies just south of Tampa,
from which they sallied forth in search
of treasure ships and pretty women, j
many of whom were -taken and held j
captive. Just once did the crew ven- j
ture into Tampa's bay Tampa .was
nothing more than a' fishing hamlet
then but they were forced to 'beat a
quick retreat by the men. in the garri
son known as Fort Brook! These
hardy soldiers, some of .whom fought
in the War of 1812 and against the
Seminole ; Indians, put the pirates to
flight without a battle. The comman
der of Fort Brook, not being a naviga
tor, followed the pirates, into the Gulf
and returned by throwing shingles into
the waters, being enabled thereby to
come back over the course taken in
going 1 out. For ten years past Ihe
ghostly figures of the pirate crew have
fallen upon and taken the city, but in
the. cause of peace and pleasure and
not in the quest for blood and gold.
The anding of Gasparilla has, there therefore,
fore, therefore, become almost as widely known
among the"children of. America as the j
landing of DeSoto, which is also por-'
trayed, during the Carnival. The Car- j
nival is one of the most brilliant s"o-
cial events of the South each year.
Owing to the increased interest in :
the monster .carnival pageants, the j
number of allegorical and historical
parades will necessarily be increased
this year, and scores of floats of
marvelous beauty will be entered.
Maneuvers by warships, aeroplane
flights, regattas, day and nfght fire- j
works displays in the bay and river,
a beautiful exhibition of South Flori- j
da products on the court house square
and other features are being arranged ;
for the entertainment of the visitors.
The carnival will excel the fetes of 1
Southern Europe In uniqueness, if not 1
in splendor, and every visitor will be
well cared for by the populace.
Communal Life of Ants. j
The most complete communal lifej
Is that of ants. They make other'
ants serve as slaves. Some of theni
have developed into door-tenderE. They j
have hard heads, with which they j
plug up entrances. Friendly cntn an j
nounce their presence by stroking the j
heads in z. peculiar way, giving the
I password, as it were, and then are (
' admitted. These ants fvfn raise ai
t i
! type of iptiFhrrn"" tiiry live.;
Way Out of the Difficulty.
j Before being taken to visit friends
for luncheon -she was admonished not
! to ask for her favorite portion of i
; chicken, the drumstick. Upon beiRg
: asked which piece she would like she :
remarked, at the same time looking
at her mother 'wistfully, "You put it
over here and I II help myself."
Modern Business Prcpociticn.
Lady (returning her husband's por-
trait after, five yenrs) "Would you
mind exchanging this portrait for a j
landscape? I am, going to divorce my.j
husband." Munich Fliegende Blaet- i
ter.
Daily Thought.
No man car be hrave who considers
pain to be the greatest evil of life; nor
temperate who considers pleasure to
be the highest good. Cicero.

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TO WWW

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will, now, give you an idea
of how attractive the park parkway
way parkway will be when com completed.
pleted. completed. Camphor trees have been
set on either' side of the
parkway, along the south southern
ern southern front of the Park.
Between the lines of cam camphor,
phor, camphor, other trees, and
shrubs, will be planted.
On one side of the park parkway
way parkway is Wyomina street,
and on the other side is a
rivate driveway.
The street, the parkway;
and the drive, form a plaza
upon this plaza many of
the home sites face.
On the road to Silver
Springs.
"A -short way out and
Jight Lover's Lane."
LOUiS -it, GHAZAL
& '"S0WS 0.
TATE.-;
P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.
Holder Buildirfg
Telephone 228
Funeral Directors
UNOEIffiKFOSand ElB4UiEI!S
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal-
mers ana r uuy uuaranieea
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D. E. McIVER -" 104
J T" 1 1 .
C V. ROBERTS
Undertaking Oflice
305
.45
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: PHONE Sii3;
I For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
0 Vour sJrder will have
'mtnediato Attention-
1 :j. l. smo Ak
it
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i btnoak's Wagon Shop.
m
me
. . Ol unequalled QUALITY,
hi such dsct arc there
i -salt of extraordinary care
ivatchfuln ess in the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials.
The workmanship also
. Is watched as carefully,
end ihe same unremitting
, watchfulness enters Into
ihe manufacture of our
Caps- 'Bars, Drops end
v otherCounter Goodsasin
onr BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
If yon want a Nonrlsblai.
Strengthening Chocolate. vlth
lieal Food Valne. and at the
same time faavfnd a pleasant
taste, try onr PIIANUT CliUC CliUC-OLATE
OLATE CliUC-OLATE or Chocolate Dipped
TBLSCUIT.
PRACTICAL
LarpenEer and Builder
Jareful Estimates made cb all Con Con-ract
ract Con-ract Wori.. GTve3 more and better
vork for the money than any other
nr"Ctor in the city..
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
OCALA, FLA.
Merchant's Block
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BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS j
B R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager I
J. II. Benjamin, Editor j
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Entered at Or'a, Fla., Kustoffice as second class matter.
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. . $5.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . .1.25
Ol month, in advance. ... .50

(Foreign)
One year- in advance. . . .$8.00
Six months, in advance. 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. . . .80

JIISS ANNIE ADELAIDE DUVAt

... Th3 above is the name of the lovely
little lady who came at early dawn to
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis W.
Duval in this city. She is Ocala's
rst-1915 baby and Mr. and Mrs.
Thival's first born. She claims the
Star's- prize and in common with all
the friends of her parents, and the
many she will soon make for herself,
we believe she will be Ocala's mascot
for a prosperous year.

STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
OCALA NATIONAL BANK
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ocala National Bank
was held in the director's room of the

bank at two o'clock Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. '
The report of the condition of the
ibank was presented by the president,
Jno. L. Edwards, which showed that
the bank was in fine condition, and
on receipt of this report the share shareholders
holders shareholders passed a resolution of thanks
to the directors, officers and employ-
1 ll. t 1 Jf it- A.

oou nT Tnn nQn t TnoiT" uti ini on r

management. r
The members of the old board of
directors, were unanimously elected
directors for this year, and are as
follows: Clarence' Camp, Dr. J. E.
Chase, Jno. L. Edwards, W. Luffman,
'Ed. L. Wartmann, H. D. Stokes.
Immediately after the t adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment of the annual meeting the new newly
ly newly elected directors met and organi organised
sed organised by electing the same officers for
the ensuing year as follows: Jno.
L. Edwards, president; Clarence
Camp, vice president; 'H. D. Stokes,
cashier.
The Ocala Nafional Bank was or organized
ganized organized less than four years ago, and
row stands high in the estimation of
the public as a financial institution

Blitch, president; D. W. Tompkins,
active vice president; ,D. E. Mclver,
yice president; D. C. Stiles, Jr., cash cashier;
ier; cashier; W. V. Wheeler, assistant cash cashier.
ier. cashier. 'y-' ..
Mr. Tompkins, who is recognized as
one of our most successful young
citizens, an enthusiastic, hard-working
business man, will make a valued
addition to thev working force of the
bank, and with his associates will put
his shoulder to the wheel and not
only help make 1915 the most suc successful
cessful successful year in the history of the
bank, but give his aid and counsel to
all of the business enterprises that
will help make Ocala a big city. Mr.

Tompkins was one of the original

directors in the Commercial Bank
when it was reorganized and made
into an all-home institution, and serv served
ed served on the board for the years of 1911
and 1913.
George, J. Blitch, the young presi president,
dent, president, has proven his worth and cut
his spurs against a myriad of busi

ness problems, having advanced him-;
self by his own efforts, unaided by j

pull or favoritism, from messenger in
the bank to its president.
Mr. Stiles, the cashier, has had a
long experience, both in banks and in
one of the largest audit companies of
the land. Heis one' of the coolest coolest-headed,
headed, coolest-headed, far seeing business men of
the city and his financial associates,
both in his own and other banks of
the city, say he can see right thru a

"business grindstone." Nature did j
not endow Mr. Stiles with quite as

much of that bland and suave man manner
ner manner that she lavished on George
Blitch, but he is just as good filling
his important part, and the two to together
gether together are well, a f bully working
team, and the Star congratulates the
Commercial Bank on the personnel
of its official board, and says "here's
to a big year's business."

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is like giving away money if we advertised that we'd give every man who comes j
hundred miles would come. But when we quote such prices as these on our High (j
giving you money. Get fills idea clearly: We need room for Spring goods; we ai
the Fall and Winter goods away. That is the moving spirit back of this sale. 0u
sizes and patterns left from early selling. Many Hart, SchafTner and Mai x clothe
mers we have, but there is necessarily some surplus. We are oolo to Cslsnot

ALL 'MERCHANDISE -OFFEOED' AT REDUCED PRIC1

' M Shirts
ALL IN 1914 FALL AND WINTER PATTERNS
$3.00 Grade Reduced to. . . . .... ....... . .$2.25
$2.50 Grade Reduced to. . ..... ... . . ... .$1 .88
$2.00 Grade Reduced to .......... ..... ... . $ 1 .38
$1.50 Grade Reduced to. .-$1.15
Two Lots of Wilson Bros. Pleated Dress Shirts f
-r

v in Neat Dark Stripes
$1.50 Grade ; ............ .

$1.00 Grade ... ..

We carry Hart, Schaf f ner andM

Regular Forms'

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$1.15
...69c

Sweaters

IN NAVY, TAN, GRAY and MAROON

$3.50 Grade go at
$3.00- Grade go at
$2.50 Grade go at
$2.00 Grade go at
$1.50 Grade go at
$1.00 Grade go at

.$2.75
$2.50
...............$2.00
.............;$1.50
..............'$1.19
..... ...... 75c

COMMERCIAL BANK
" ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders and directors of the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank of Ocala was held, yester

day in the board of directors room at

the bank. Nearly all, of the stock of
the bank was represented, either in
per sou or by proxy, most all of' the
directors being in attendance in per person!
son! person! Harmony prevailed throughout
the meeting, and the financial report

of the year just passed was entirely
' satisfactory and a dividend of "4
the second one during the fiscal year,
was paid in cash. Notwithstanding
the year of trying times the "financial
worM has5 passed through, th6 earn earnings
ings earnings of the bank were, larger than for
the, year 1913. Among other big
things accomplished during the year
was the entire remodeling .V of the
' tanking house and t making for the
bank's home one of the handsomest,
safest and most modern banking es establishments
tablishments establishments in the state, and one

that will meet the requirements of
the bank for many years to come,
even into the time when Ocala will be
! xi great; city.
After the stockholders had held
their meeting, the directors went into
session and .transacted their busi business.
ness. business.
' The only change among the officers
of the bank was the election of Mr.
D. W. Tompkins as an active vice
president in place of Mr. W. H. Mc-

Rainey of Wildwood. Mr. McRainey
disposed of a large block of his stock
to Mr. Tompkins and while he is no
longer ati officer of the bank he will

continue as a large and valued de

positor.

One or two changes occurred on

the board of directors, the new board
being as follows: G. J. Blitch, D. W.

Tompkins, D. E. Mclver, R. S. Hall,

J. P. Phillips, J. R. Williams of Citra ;

B. e. Webb of Kendrick; E. A. Os

borne, and J. Si Grantham of Fort

McCoy. 1

The officers are as follows: G. J.

ANNUAL MEETING
OF STOCKHOLDERS

;:;Vi'V Underwear-v.:- ."
Special lot assorted heavy and medium weight Wool
Shirts and Drawers, regular $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00
grade, all go, at per garment. ....... V 75c
Fine Wool and Ribbed Cotton Union ; Suits, $2.50
grade .... ............ . . ......... ... $ 1 .75
$1.25 Grade Light Wool Shirts and Drawers will
go at . . ................ . .......... 95c
Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, and same in
; Heavy Ribbed, the very best 50c value. .... . ,38c
lien's and Boys' Caps
200 Men's and Boys' Caps, 25 and, 50 centigrade,
reduced to each i. ....... . ................ 1 9c

One lot Phoenix Knitted Mufflers, assorted colors,
regular 50c grade at, each. ................. 1 5c

it'

Shoes reduced in prices are broken lots aru
odd sizes, withdrawn frqm our stock of J. &. M &ik
Waterman's Special lines, in both low and high fhoc
and are regular $4.00 to $G.00 grades. i
166 pair High Shoes and Oxfords, tan, patent anc
Calf,: $4.50 and $5.00 grades. Clearance Sale
price . .'. ... ..... .$3.5C
186 pair High Shoes and Oxfords, tan, patent, la:
and calf, $4.00 grade at $3.11
123 pair High Shoes and Oxfords, Tan, Patent and
Calf, $4.00 grade, at. .v. . . .f ; . . $2.0E
GO pair Oxford Ties and Button Oxfords Tan, Patent
and Calf, broken lots from our $3.00, $3.50 and
$4.00 lines, reduced to $2.4E
88 pair High Grade $6,00 Shoes and Oxfords, Tan,
Patent and Calf, broken sizes and to clean up thi
j lot we offer these at ....... j $4.0C
One lot of Ioys' Oxfords in button and lace, blade
and tan, $3.00 grade at .......... .$2. IB IB-One
One IB-One lot of Boys' Oxfords in Patent and Gun Metal.-
$2.50 grade .................... '. $ 1 C

100 Soft Felt Hats for men, broken sizes, assort-!
fed colors and styles, $2.50 and $3.00 values, to;

clear out the lot they go at, each A .

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One lot of 120 Hawe's $3.00 Hats, at, each. .$2.25;
One lot Boys' Felt Hats, assorted styles, includinjrl
Boys' Scout Hats, all $1,25 and $1.50 giade.?5cj

Our entire- stock of Men's wool and
duced prices. One lot Men's outing f
in gray and tan, 50c grade at----

Of the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank of Ocala

The annual meeting of the ; stock stockholders
holders stockholders arid directors of the Munroe
and t Chambliss National Bank was
held last evening at six o'clock in
the' directors ; room of the bank. The

attendance, as far as stock was con concerned
cerned concerned and in point of persons in at attendance,
tendance, attendance, was the largest the bank
has ever held, "nearly all of tha' stock
being, represented. The officers of the
bank were very much pleased and
nattered to have present with them
two lady stockholders the first time,

as far as they now remember that i

a lady stockholder has attended a
meeting. ; j
The report of the year's business
was gone over in an exhaustive man

ner and was found to be very grati

fyingentirely satisfactory to all,

and indeed-was a pleasing surprise,

for a "war year's" business.

, On account of his ill health, which

has incapacitated him from attend

ing to his 'duties for many montjis,

Mr. A. E. Gerig, who has been cash

ier of the bank for the past 12 years,

filling that position most satisfactor satisfactor-ly,
ly, satisfactor-ly, tendered his resignation, and same
was accepted and Mr. Louis P. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a most capable young man, who
has been with the bank for the past
two- .years, and acting cashier for
sometime, was elected in his place.
Mr. Gerig will remain on the board
of directors, however.

The directors part with Mr. Gerig,
as an active official int the bank with
many sincere regrets, as he has done
his full part in making for the pio pioneer
neer pioneer bank of Ocala the place it? holds
in the esteem of the business world of
this part of the state.
The resignation of Mr. Gerig and
the election of Mr. Wilson to his place
constituted the only change in the

personnel of the bank, among either j

officers or directors.
Following are the officers and di directors
rectors directors of the Munroe & Chambliss
National, Bank;
. i. t- Officers: ;;.
T. T. Munroe, president; Z. C.
Chambliss, J. M. Thomas, vice-presi-idents;
L. P. Wilson, cashier.
; Board of Directors
Capt. D. H. Baker, Orange Home,
Sumter county; D. A. Clark, Martel;
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh; Senator E. L.
Carney, Ocala; Louis R. Chazal,
Ocala; A. E. Gerig, Ocala; J. M.
Thomas, Ocala; Z. C. Chambliss.
Ocala; T.3 T. Munroe, Ocala.

OUR CITY GOVERNMENT

ill 1 ireF i 10 H?i JUL

' "Day llglit 00010" v
A romantic trip through a semi-tropical fairy land along
the famous Ocklawaha River. Ocala to Palatka and visa
versa The trip of your life don't miss it.
"Schedule:. ; ;
BOATS' SAIL-DAILY FR031 SILVER .SPRINGS AND
PALATKA
Leave SILVER SPRINGS.... .8 A. M.
Arrive WELAKA .... 1 .................... .3 P: .11.
Arrive PALATKA .......................... .5 P. M.

The Star thinks Ocala has an ex

ceptionally good city council. Mr. J.
M. Meffert, the president, is one of
the hardest-working and most sensi sensible
ble sensible citizens of the "county. He has
been a member of our city legisla legislature
ture legislature before and the Star hopes that
his fellow-citizens will keep him on
the council as long as he is willing to
serve. Messrs. Gerig and Tompkins,
the new members from the first and
second wards, have had no previous
experience as councilmen, but they
are excellent business men as well as
popular citizens and will give city
affairs the same intelligent attention
that they devote to private business.
Mr. Nash, who fills the short
term from the fourth, is as well
posted on city affairs as any man in
Ocala. He has seen and helped Ocala
grow, has served one term as mayor,

and would have often been given pub

lic office if he had not refused it. Mr

John T. Moore, the new member from
the fourth, is a well-known hustler,
and can be counted on to hold his
end up in any task assigned to him.
Of the hold-overs, Mr. W. A. Knight

Leave PALATKA .... 7 A. M.
Arrive WELAKA 9 A. M.
Arrive SILVER SPRINGS ................... .5 P. M.
Ticliefs V, ;
DAYLIGHT ALL THE WAY IN BOTH DIRECTIONS
- FARE: One way, $G.50. Round trip, 12. Including
automobile between Ocala and Silver Springs, and trip
in glass-bo tton boat seeing the beauties of Silver Springs.
; Meals On Boats ; :
. Regular dinner from 12:30 to 1:30; a la carte service
at all hours. Service unexcelled.
For further information see
H. C CLEGHORN, Gen. Pass. Rgt
Silver Springs Transportation
Company

ed himself a most faithful official,
carrying out his committee work con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously and industriously. Mr.
Fausett of the third is another citi citizen
zen citizen whom the Star thinks his ward
should keep on the council as long as
he will serve. Mr. Smith of the
third, and Mr. Roess at large, have
both .been somewhat sat down upon
by the people in the last year, but

both are young and able to learn;

of the first has in the last year prov-1 they are enterprising and valuable

men, and the Star believes they will
be good helpers in city government
during the current year.

OAK AND PINE WOOD
Large load, first class wood, quick
delivery. Call phone 15M and 111 do
the rest. J. M. Potter, Ocala, Fla. tf

You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf



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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915
fivf;
I OCA.LA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Mail orders Promptly
Filled and at the Re Reduced
duced Reduced Prices.

re in the next few weeks, 2.00 or 3.00 or $5.00, fcvery man in a radius of a
phandise, including Hart. Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats, it amounts to

rn nav von an lnnrfiflsen mercnanaise va me ior trifthfi nvmv divpucm fat nd

IT T f J V UU 111 VUUlllg
en't "enormous." This is not a "stupendous'V sale. Here are just the broken
. They're the kind of goods that are generally wanted by the kind of custo-
Ti3Gc prices' onglit to ; do It. -
jTIHG SALE WILL DE SOLD FOtl SPOT :-CASH V ONLY

j or Stout, Slim, Short and
;ejery Form.

; .V Mctfs-Stilts : ;
.jLL assorted styles and patterns
iGrade .$19.75
Grade .. .. .. ..v.$17.50

Grade S 1 5 .75

.$14.25
SI 3.50

rade . . : $ 1 1 .50

$8.75
.. : ...$6.75

I Lien's Fancy Vests
p price concessions we've made on all white
jicy Vests, of 'which we have a big assort assort-ihould
ihould assort-ihould move them out-in a very few days.

slay if you want a vesti,

Grade
Grade

-JT

Grade
Grade

Jcial reduction in a few lines of medium and

fade auto gloves, and in tan dressed and j
jessed and undressed kid gloves. Sizes are

oroKen, dui mayoe your size is nere.-

aens

Too Many Joys' Suits
and values considered, these prices
Should move them quick
$5.00 Grade at .v. ....... .... ... . : . .:. . $3.50
$6.00 and $6.50 Grades at ...... ...... $475
$7.50 Grade at . .V. . . .$5.50
$3.50 Grade at ......... $6.50
$10.00 Grade at ... . ... ... ...... .$7.50
$12.50 Grade at $875
Our. Entire Stock of Boys'; Bloomers and Knick Knick--
- Knick-- er pants reduced in prices. ;;
f Big;. lot- of Men's Odd Vests, left from $15.00 to
$25.00 suits, the entire lot offered at, each. ..50c
' ' iur ; Jvercoat Price
REDUCTIONS OFFER BIG VALUES FOR A
SMALL PURCHASE PRICE
$20.00 Values at $15.00
$16.50 Values at ... ........ ....... .$1 2.50
$15.00 Values at .... ... ... .. .. .... $ 1 0.!50
$12.50 Values at ..... ... . . ...... ... .$8.50
$10.00 Values at .....$6.50
One lot of boy's broken sizes, worth ;from $6.00
to $10.00, for .. .$3.50

in black ahd assorted colors, 25c grade
18c
, Silk in black and assorted colors, 25c
at .. ....19c

Silk and. Silk Lisle, 50c grade, black and
ed colors, at' 35c

5

Our entire assortment of men's dollar ties. . .75c
Big assortment of. the very best 50c neckwear. 38c
. t Our Entire. Stock of Men's Odd Trousers includ included
ed included in sale at reduced prices.,
; Boys' Blouse Waisfis

yXtl-issAnnie Adelaide Duval

Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Duval are

j the proud and happy parents of a j

sweet little daughter, born to them
this morning at 5:30 o'clock at their
home on Oklawaha.' avenue. The lit little
tle little lady has beeniven the name of
Annie Adelaide r her paternal and
maternal grandmothers and her own
charming mothrv The arrival of no
young lady in f he city has been her

alded with greater joy than that of
$Iiss Duval, and she has occasioned
for her parents a continuous shower
of congratulations, telegrams, mes messages
sages messages and notes. .'

sister, leaving yesterday for Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland where they will visit Mrs. E. J.

Bowyer and family. Sir. and Mrs.

Barco accompanied them to Tampa,
returning last night. Clearwater
Sun.

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lirts included in this sale at re-

ts, collars attached,

50c Grade
75c Grade

IN WHITE AND COLORS

...35c
.........50c

Our Entire Stock of Suit Cases and Traveling
Bags marked down very low during this sale.

MAIDEN VOYAGE OF
THE SILVER SPRINGS

The new vessel of the Daylight
Line fleet,'. the Silver Springs, 'the
largest, and finest daylight boat that
has ever, been operated on the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha river, went out Ihis morning to
Palatka on her maiden voyage. The
vessel was tried out yesterday, found
to be in perfect condition and worked
and ran as smoothly as an automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Mr. Frank Mathews, who was
in cnarge of building the vessel and
made the plans and every pattern
used, is very proud of the boat. :
, Following is the 1st of passengers:
W. Cleveland, Brooklyn; Henry
Bocker, Richard Retzel, West Ho-
' boken; Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McCoy,'
Washington, Pa.; Mrs. : Stevenson,
; Misses Stevenson, Gast and Loralde,
Cincinnati; Dr. E. G. Lindner, Mrs.
F. E. Mathews, Sir. and Mrs. C. L.
Anderson and children and Mr- Ed
Tucker of Ocala.

SECURE YOUR SEATS

Better buy your tickets at the
Court Pharmacy for the Old Maid's
Convention at the Temple Friday
night. They are going like hot cakes;
The old maids will make hits at al almost
most almost everybody in town. Better be
there to join in the laugh at yourself
and your neighbors.

Mr. Chas. W. Hunter, manager of
the Ocala ball team, is having the in infield
field infield at the ball park planted with
grass seed, and is preparing to make
other improvements for the coming
season. Mr. Hunter says he has city
affairs off -his hands now, and can
,give more attention to baseball. A
good many of our citizens have dis disagreed
agreed disagreed with Mr. Hunter on his pol policies
icies policies of city government, but all must
conepde that he has been a worker.
He has not spared his time or con-

venience in attending to public, af affairs,
fairs, affairs, and while he has made his mis

takes he has always stood good for i
them and made no complaints when ;
matters didn't go his way.

ARDIS WATERMAN HAS
GOOD GOODS FOR ALL

make; way for the old maids

In consequence of the Old Maid's
Convention at the Temple Friday eve evening,
ning, evening, the Silver Springs-Ocala Canal
Commission smoker has been post postponed
poned postponed a 'week.

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OLD SOLDIERS' HOME
'REMEMBERED IN OCALA

Florida Old Confederate Soldiers and
Sailors Home. t
.;:... ; Jacksonville, Jan. 12, 1915.
Editor Star: They Confederate Sol Soldiers'
diers' Soldiers' Home Was the recipient of quite
a number of Christmas gifts, among
them, the express company delivered
a box, wfyich the agent informed me
had been shipped from Ocala. On
opening it we found sundry delica delicacies,
cies, delicacies, evidently the handiwork of. love lovely
ly lovely woman But there was no notice
in or on the box, nor has there come
to the home a letter or postal card
advising to whom we were indebted
for the kind donation. I therefore
take this method of reaching the kind
giver or givers,, assuring her or them
of the grateful appreciation of the
veterans of their thoughtfulness and
to state the delicacies were greatly
enjoyed. I was also the recipient of
a box of oranges from my old com comrade,
rade, comrade, Capt. E. L. Carney, and two
boxes from my fellow soldier Dixon
Irvine; the fruit was much enjoyed
by the "boys who wore the gray."
Cordially,
G. N. Saussy, Superintendent.
We make a specialty of the kind
and quality of service which all peo people
ple people want in everything they buy from
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf

That it pays to advertise and to
read and study the advertisement
when it appears is evidenced in the
interest shown arid the success of H.
A. Waterman's wid-winter clearance
sale now going on at that popular
store. Mr. Wartman says from the
great number of customers and the
liberality with wjiich they are buy buying
ing buying the merchandise he is offering
looks like good times, and it is isn't
surprising when you consider the

high class of merchandise he offers at

such low prices. When you consider

Hart, Schaffner & Marx $20 suitsat
$15.75, in new fall and winter 914
and 1915 styles, $12.50 overcoatjT for
$8.50, Manhattan $1.50 shirtsT for
$1.15 and. other like concessions nade
throughout this stock, including

shoes, it is but natural that business

is good at this store. Our attention
was called to a special bargain, a 50

cent Phoenix muffler of which, Mr.
Waterman says, he has about six to
seven dozen. He has thrown these
out at the little price of 15 cents
each. It will pay you to read care carefully
fully carefully every line of Waterman's half -page
advertisement in this issue'.
Rev. J. G. Glass was selected as
one of the delegates at the convoca convocation
tion convocation in Miami to the provincial
synod, which will be held at Sewanee,
Tenn., next October, and was also
nominated as trustee of the Sewanee
University for three years. The con convocation
vocation convocation closed yesterday and Rev.
Glass is expected home tomorrow,
having stopped at Melbourne for a
short visit to friends en route. While
in Miami he was a guest at tne Royal
Palm.

After a cessation of a number of
weeks, the young ladies' auction club
is to resume its weekly meetings
Saturday. Miss Eugenia Fuller will
entertain it on that afternoon at 3
o'clock. v
.
Miss U,na Taylor will arrive to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from Eustis for a brief visit
to Mrs. J. D. tRobertson. She will re receive
ceive receive a warm welcome from her
many girlhood friends.
'
Basketball is rapidly .becoming the
favorite game among the school
girls and the demand for basketball
grounds has increased to such an ex extent
tent extent that Ocala now has many.
Among the newest is the one recently
fixed in the park north of the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church.
Mrs. Eugene Cox of Atlanta has
arrived at Citra for an extended visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.
Wartmann

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moitland, who
have been making their home in
. Ocala since last fall, will in the fu future
ture future reside in Pinellas county. Mr.
Mortland will have charge of several
large bridge contracts there and has
already gone down to begin work.
Mrs. Mortland will join him shortly,
but until she leaves she will be with
Mrs. T. H. Johnson.
Miss Agnes Ellen Harriss, assis assistant
tant assistant state agent for girl's canning
clubs, is expected in the city from
Tallahassee tomorrow. Miss Harriss
is now assisting in organizing Citrus
county's clubs.
Mrs; J. R. Moorehead is in S parr
today attending to her duties as Ma Marion
rion Marion county agent for the girl's can canning
ning canning chibs.
V
- Mrs. D. M. Boney left today for
Tampa, where she will spend several
weeks.
Among the Star's pleasant callers
today were Mrs. J. Bradford Webb
and daughter, Miss Julia, of Ken Ken-drick.
drick. Ken-drick. Both are very enthusiastic
workers for the civic good of their

community, and have scores of close

friends i

At the home of the groom's mother

n Sanford, Tuesday afternoon, Miss

Ovieda Offton of Tavares was mar married
ried married to Mr. Don Peabody, -one of
Ocala's well-known and popular young
men.
I Mr. Peabody, who for the past two
years has been connected with the
Florida Title & Abstract Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation of this city, and has been doing
much work for it in Tavares, there
formed the acquaintance of the pret pretty
ty pretty and accomplished young lady who
has just become his4 bride. While
Don has been very reticent on the
subject,, the wise ones among his
Ocala friends have judged by the
wide and glittering smile he always
wore when he started for Tavares,
and the big little gloom that sat on
each shoulder when he came away,
that his heart was securely chained
down in the capital of Lake county.
Mr. Peabody and Miss Offton left
Tavares yesterday morning in a car
for Sanford, where at the boyhood,
home of the groom the knot was tied!
by Rev. N. B. Plummer, the well well-known
known well-known Baptist divine" of Anthony.
After the ceremony, Mr., and Mrs.
Peabody left for a honeymoon trip,
the destination of which they kept to
themselves.
Mr. Peabody has been a citizen of
Ocala for the last four years. He has
made hundreds of friends here, who
will warmly congratulate him, and
gladly extend their friendship to his
bride.
An enjoyable party given in St.
Petersburg Saturday was at the
home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hul Hul-bert,
bert, Hul-bert, Miss Marie Hulbert entertain entertaining
ing entertaining informally at a ,500 party follow followed
ed followed by a dance.

EP WORTH LEAGUE PROGRAM

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

Mr. and-"Mrs. H. Allison Wart-

mann, after a wedding trip of a week
arrived at CitrNtoday and are now
occupying their j attractive new bun bungalow.
galow. bungalow. llrSyarijsixui-jxdoheT
marriage wtrsffss Louise Hampton,
a popular society belle of Fordyce,

Ark., and the wedding was a beauti

ful event of last week,,

Following will be the program-at
the meeting of the Senior Epworth
League Sunday, Jan. 17th, at 3:20 p.
m.:
Opening song.
Prayer voluntary.
Responsive reading 91st Psalm.
Song No. 355, Church Hymnal.
Announcements and collection.
Song No. 489, Church Hymnal.
Subject, "From Passion to Self Self-Control."
Control." Self-Control." Scripture, Acts, 7th chap chapter,
ter, chapter, 22-3G verses.
Reading, Do we seek self-mastery
through self-control or God-control.
Explanation and answer, What was
the greatest influence in the discip discipline
line discipline of Moses.
Address, What stands most in the
way of self-mastery of the modern
young person.
Open discussion.
-Closing song, No. -434, Churcn
Hymnal. t
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NOTICE

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We extend hearty birthday greet greeting
ing greeting today to Mrs. S. Waterman,
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mr. J. A. Mcintosh,
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk and Mrl Robert
Tydings. They welcomed this morn morning
ing morning into their exclusive birthday
circle little Miss Annie Adelaide
Duval.

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Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge, who left
last week for Jacksonville, will move
into the manse at 1027 East Duval
street, this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barco of Clear-
water, formerly of this city, are in
Miami enjoying a visit to their
daughter, Mrs. Patterson.;
Mrs. B. B. Barco entertained a few
friends Saturday with an informal
tea, complimentary to her mother,
Mrs. LaFontisee and her sister, Mrs.
James McCullum of Gainesville.
These charming ladies are making a

j ten xlays visit with the daughters and

jl have just received my sarr.pics

or the new spring line of the Buck-

iey isroiners' line of dress goods and
will be pleased to show them to the
ladies of Ocala. Call phone 407 and
leave a message, and I will call on
you. 13-6t Mrs. T. J. Kiilebrew.

WILL BE AT LAKE
WEIR NEXT WEEK

A card from Eastlake says:
Commodore and Mrs. Goodwin,
Mortimer Goodwin and Miss Mary
Cowan, their guest, from Naperville,
111., are due to arrive here on Monday
afternoon, Jan. 18th. Their many
friends will be glad to see them.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

, Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 9-tf
At our fountain you will get the
very best service. Hot or cold drinks
to suit your taste. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915

MAMIOM COUNTY PRODUCTS
BELOW WE OFFER OUR CUSTOMERS A FINE LIST OF GOOD

THINGS TO EAT, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF 1YHICH IS A MARION

COUNTY PRODUCT. WrE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MARION COUN

TY RAISED GOODS AND BUY THEM FROM THE COUNTRY PEO

PLE, WHENEVER THEY ARE OFFERED FOR SALE AND URGE OUR
CUSTOMERS TO USE THEM AND PATRONIZE AN ENCOURAGE
HOME GROWING AND HOME RAISING.

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Cans.

Hay.
Pickles.
Oranges. -Grapefruit.
Fresh Beef.
Peanut Butter.
Grown Pecans.
Smoked Bacon.
Grown Kershaws.
Creamery Butter.
Grown Feed Corn.
Grown Sweet Potatoes
Canned String Beans.
Syrup, Bulk, Bottles,
.

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Coffee.

Kraut.
Honey.
Lemons.
Pure Lard
Fresh Pork.
Fresh Eggs.
Fresh Sausage.
Tobago Sauce.
Grown Pumpkins.
Fresh Vegetables.
Canned Tomatoes
Home Ground -Meal.

Grown Irish Potatoes.!
Roasted and Ground

OF COimSE WE HAVE A COBIPLETE LINE OF OTHER GROCERIES
OUR STORE AND DELIVERY SERVICE IS UNSURPASSED v
CARN-THOIV1AS CO M PA NY
Telephone 163

AN OLD DRUG STORE WITH
BRAND NEW DRUGS
Now that I have purchased the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, I
have determined to make the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT the
best in the territory. All the old drugs used in this department have
been destroyed and replaced with brand new ones, so that when a
prescription is sent here you may know that only fresh drugs are
being Used in filling it. This feature, as you will find by consult consulting
ing consulting your physician, is well worthy of your consideration when you
have prescriptions to be filled. The prices will always be maintained
at a rate allowing only -a legitimate profit. A complete list of
TOILET ARTICLES and PATENT MEDICINES.
You'll Like Our Soda Fountain Service
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Full weight. and satisfactory service go with this good ice of ours. Let ua
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OUR SPECIALTIES:
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With steel bottoms and steel beams
AMERICAN STEEL WIRE FENCING
I. H. C. GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES
MYER PUMPS AND PUMP JACKS
IRON PIPE, 1-8 TO 10 INCHES
Valves and fittings to match

DOING G0USII1 A FAVOR

By MILLIE JEANETTE.

Early in the winter I bought a taupe
hat, with a plume shaded from taupe
to a vivid rose. At first I liked it very
much, but when the shaded plumes be began
gan began to be common I grew tired of it
and wished I had chosen a more ex

clusive style, I saw a hat in a shop j

window in our neighborhood that was
just what I desired. As it was marked
down on account of the lateness of the
season, I was strongly tempted to buy
It, but it seemed extravagance when
my own hat was perfectly good. Then
I thought I saw a chance to do Cousin
Fannie a favor.
. "You really need a new hat," I said
to her, "and I'll be gladto let you have
this one, dear, at half what I paid for
If
"If I need a new one," Cousin Fannie
said, laughing in an odd way, "why
should I buy your old one?"
"But this is just as good as new and
much handsomer 'than anything you
could find at the price," I explained.
"You know. very well that for me it
would be quite out of character,'" she
declared. "I'm really surprised, Lu Lu-clle,
clle, Lu-clle, that you should ask me to buy it."
The annoyance in Cousin Fannie's
tone was distinctly unpleasant to me.
I am always so sensitive, and s I had
been merely trying tc be obliging. I
think Cousin Fannie is growing more
and more difficult. It requires a great
deal of patience and tact on my part
to live with her, despite my unfailing
good temper.
I had almost resigned myself to
wearing the taupe hat until It was time
to get a spring .one, when Arthur
Knight and George Requier Invited
Louise Erwin and me to a little social,
affair at their club. Then I felt that I
positively must dress in' a manner to
do them credit. As poor, dear Louise

is such a dowdy, it seemed especially

necessary for me to look my best. I
went around to the little milliner's and
found .that the hat I had admired was
still there. When I tried it on I saw
at once that it suited my style exactly.
"But I oughtn't to buy it," I sighed.
"I really can't afford another hat when
this one of mine is so, perfectly good."
"It's wonderfully becoming," said
the milliner. "You won't regret pick picking
ing picking up such a bargain."
But I still hesitated. "If I could
only sell this," I said as I took off the
new hat and contemplated my old on
a moment before putting it on.
: "Leave it here and I'll do my best to
sell it for you," said the milliner.

"How good of you!" I exclaimed as
I opened my purse and paid for the
new hat. I wore away my new pur purchase
chase purchase with great pleasure.
Both Arthur and George managed
to convey their appreciation of my ap appearance
pearance appearance on the day of the social af affair,
fair, affair, and I felt repaid for my effort. I
was a little sorry for Louise, for I must
confess that the contrast between us.
was rather painful. But Louise did
not appear to notice it. She seems to
be one of those unfortunate persons
who pay little attention to dress. I
sometimes marvel that she is invited
anywhere.
I watched the milliner's window with
interest and was disappointed to see
my hat still there every time I passed.
I began to think that would have to
take it home and wear it for second
best.
Then one day I happened to meet
Carol Nodine shopping madly.
"I suppose I look like a back num

ber," she said. "You know, I haven't
been in town this winter until today,
and I need almost everything before 1
can go anywhere."
"If you want a hat you'd better go
to a splendid little milliner up our
way," I said. "She sells perfect beau beauties
ties beauties at about -half what you'd pay
downtown. I bought this hat there."
"Really? It's charming. I'll certain certainly
ly certainly try her. What do you think I ought
to get?"
"Well, I suppose you know that the
taupe hats with shaded plumes are
having a great run this year, and they
are awfully pretty, but I don't know
what' you really need, Carol."

Today Betty came to our house ap apparently
parently apparently with the sole purpose of tell telling
ing telling me that Carol had discovered that
the hat she bought was one that I had
"discarded" and that Carol is deeply
offended! I am sure that Carol has
no cause for complaint againgt me. In
the first place, I purposely avoided
advising her in regard to a hat, and it
is surely not my fault that she hap happened
pened happened to buy mine. I wish I knew
what busybody told her. I simpiy can cannot
not cannot understand how people can do
such ill-natured things.

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 Divine."
Business session. t
Music? by Mrs. Whitworth.
"Grammar School English as a
Preparation for High School Eng English"
lish" English" Miss Katherine Scott.
Discussion.
Discussion ofJbook selected.

"The Backward Child" Mr. A.
Maddox.

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WELCOME AT THE MBRAill

Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of the library, -which now
has its quarters in the Mferion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read the bootes. Also
that' there aro a farge number f
magazines there tb be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

Father of Income Tax.
Britain's income tax, which the
prime minister thinks should be re revised,
vised, revised, was first imposed in January,
1799, by the Ingenious financier, Pitt.
It was submitted to by an indignant
nation, who got rid of the abomina abomination
tion abomination in three y?ars. But Napoleon
could not be conquered without it,
and it made spa?ncdic entrances and
exits, until in 1842 it became a hardy
annual. Ireland managed to struggle
on without it until 1857.

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 6r 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

Great Things From Little.
Great things always come in sLoals
of countless little things, which look
like insignificant atoms as we pass
through then!, and only seem a shoal
when we have passed beyond then. -Mrs.
Charles.
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j L. Bittinger at her home in Ocala.
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IMRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
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"When my boy, Ray, was small he
was subject tq croup, and I was al always
ways always alarmed at such times. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far
better than any other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick-
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house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W. R. Mc-
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dealers. Adv.

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mixed with water. This can be ap applied
plied applied with little trouble, and hardens
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AUTOS DAY AND NIGHT

By calling phone 251 or 516 you
can get auto service at all hours; re responsible
sponsible responsible chauffeurs and charges rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Van Boney, Owner. 1-5-tf

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JAMES AUSTIN PORTLAND V
CiVil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water-Power, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
. Phone 44P Ocala, Florida

FARM LAND FOR RENT
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quantity from 5 to 500 acres. Can give immediate pos possession.
session. possession. Lands suitable for any crops may be had.
Rente reasonable, address
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CC VLA IRON WORKS
STOCKHOLDERS

MEETING
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The annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the Ocala Iron Works will!
be held at the office of Mr. D. S. I
s Woodrow, in the Merchants' block, i
j Ocala, Fla., on Wednesday, the first;
:day of February, A. D. 1915, at 10?
j o'clock a. m., for the election of of-j
jneers and for such other business as j
Iraay regularly come before the meet-
; ing.
Dated in Ocala, Fla., this 6th dayj
jof January, A. D. 1915. j
j George MacKay, President.
j Chas. E. Simmons, Sec'y. 5-4t-wed
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XOTH'K OP APPMCATIOX
FOR LETTERS PATE XT S
Notice is hereby griven that we,
the
urxvlersined, on the
8th Day of February, A. D. 1015
will apply to the governor of -the state
of Florida, at his, office in "the city of
Tallahassee, for letters oat exit, to issu
under the following proposed -charter
G. 'A.--CARMICHAEL
4 C. CARMICHAEL
W. U CARMICHAEL.
PROI'OSED CHARTER OF THE SIL SILVER
VER SILVER SPRINGS TRANSPORTA TRANSPORTATION
TION TRANSPORTATION C03IPANY
We, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporateA under
the laws of the state of Florida appli applicable
cable applicable to corporations for profit.
ARTICLE I.
The name ot this corporation s.hali
be the SILVER SPRINGS TRANSPOR
TATION COMPANY, and its principal!
Springs, Marioft county, Florida, and
such other places either within or
without the state of Florida as the
board of directors may from time to ;
time designate and appoint, 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 of the business
to be transa-caed by the company shall
be the operation of boats for the car
riage of passengers and freights for
hire on the Ocklawaha and t. Jonns
river si and their tributaries, and at
such other points as tne company may
from time to time designate.
The company shall also have the
right to Oiwn boats, rwater craft, steam steamboats
boats steamboats and bther 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 sshares 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 tthereof as may be
fixed by the board ot directors at any
meeting, called for'suVih purpose.
ARTICLE JV.
'The term for which this corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine (99)
years.
ARTICLE V.
T'he business of this" corporation
shall be conducted by a 'president, vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer and a
board of directors of not less than
three (members nor more than five
members, but the offices of secretary
and treasurer may be held by one and
the same person, all of lwhioh said of officers
ficers officers shall be elected at the annual
meeting of the stockholders to be held
on tbe second Tuesday In January, of
each year. The following named of officers
ficers officers shall conduct the business of the
corporation until those, elected at the
first annual meeting shall be duly
qualified:
President, G. A. Oarmichael.
Viqe president, C. Carmichael.
becretary and treasurer, v. L. Car-
micihael;
.Board of directors, G. A. Carmichael.
C. Carmichael and W. L. Carmichael.
; ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation hall at any
time subject itself shall be TWO
HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND
(250,000) DOLLARS.
ARTICLE VII. ;
The names and places of residence
of me subscribers, together with the
amount of capital stock subscribed by
eaon, is:
G. A. Carmichael, Ocala, Florida. 125
shares.
W. L. Carmichael, Ocala, Florida, 25
shares.
C. Oarmichael, Ocala, Florida, 100
shares. I
WITNESS the 'hands 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. CARMICHAEL,' (Seal).
STATE OP FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
Personally appeared before me, the
undersimei authority,- G. A. Cairmi Cairmi-cfaael,
cfaael, Cairmi-cfaael, W. 1 Oarmichael and C. Car Carmichael,
michael, Carmichael, to xne well knovm to "be the
persons desicrdbed in and who execut executed
ed executed the foregroiner articles of inoorpora inoorpora-trton
trton inoorpora-trton of the SILVER SPRINGS .TRANS .TRANSPORTATION
PORTATION .TRANSPORTATION COMPANY and who ac-cnowledg-ed
before one, 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 of ficial-seal,
this the 4th day of January, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) 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
BILIOUSNESS AND
CONSTIPATION CURED
If you are ever troubles with bil biliousness
iousness biliousness or constipation you will be
interested in the statement of R. F.
Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last
winter I had an attack of indigestion
followed by biliousness and constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Seeing Chamberlainfs 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
A Good Record.
Harold Percy doesn't seem to have
any difficulty in getting engaged." "Of
course not," replied Miss Cayenne.
"All the girls to whom hv has previ previously
ously previously been engaged wear such stun stunning
ning stunning collections of iewelry."

ARRIVAIi AND DEPARTURE

op Drains at ocala j
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Atlantic Coast Line i
Xo. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg j
9:05 p. m. j
No. 10 Leesburg to Jacksonville
3:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St
burg 2:18 a. m.
Peters
Xo. 38, S' Petersbur,
vilFe 2:25 a. m.
Xo. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
burg 2:40 p. m. .
Xo, 40, St. Petersburg to JacKson-
ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
m.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
a. m.
No. 49, Ocala
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
to Homosassa-r-
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala--Arrives
1:05 p. m.
No. 35 (Sunnyjlm) Ocala to Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland 6:40 a. m.r Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Sunny jim) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m.t Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
ra., aionday, Wednesday and Friday.
No. 150, Wdlcoxlo Ocala 5:45 d.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air Line
' No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:50 a. m.
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Arrive,
rive, Arrive, 12:40 p. m; leave 1:18.
No. y, Jacksonville to Tampa
1 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m. -,.
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Arrive
rive Arrive 1 p. m.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No.. 10, Tampa to Jacksonvill
4:10 p. m.
Ocala Northern
71 Arrives from
No.
Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m. v
OCALA FRATERll ORDERS
&LRION-DUNN 3L1SONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge ?ro. 13, F. &
A. M.r mets 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. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge& ha!! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7 s 0 f o'clock.
Mrs. Emma Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
Qf America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome,
j J. M. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
, Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks. mets
the second and fourth Huesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite posfcoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OP 31DUSE
Ocala Lodge No. 6y, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ra.
Visiting brethern alwi ys welcome Jo
the lodge and club hous. on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near poatoffioe.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

NOTICE

Annual Meeting of the" Stockholders
of the Metropolitan Savings
Bank of Ocala
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 5, 1915
To the Stockholders of the Metropol-
itan Savings Bank of Ocala:
You. are hereby notified that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the above company will be held at
the office of the company Tuesday,
January 19th, at 8 o'clock, p. m., for
the purpose of electing officers of the
company and attending to such other
business as may properly come be before
fore before the body.
George Giles, President.
Attest: F. P. Gadson, Cashier.
Whole wheat bread maJe unier a
new process, wrasped In checkrT
board paper, 3 and 10 cent loaves. IT
you are a suffere. Trom dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. i7-tf
Try our steam baked bread, made
irom the. choicest flour and milk to
be had. Shop is always kept in
most sanitary condition. Carter's
Bakery. 5-tf.
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
FACT
Local Evidence
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact is 'what we want. -Opinion
is not enough.
Opinions differ.
Her's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
C. F. Hayes, 703 S. Orange St.,
Ocala says: "I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. 1 suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was, of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. I also had too frequent
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills and I be began
gan began using them. A I am very glad that
I did so for they gave one more relief
than all the other medicines, I had
taken put together. I have had no
occasion to ake any kidney medicine
since, as the cure has been perma permanent
nent permanent The statement that I gave be before
fore before praising Doan's Kidney Pills
holds good."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that iMr. :Hays had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props. Buffalo. N. Y. Ad7
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915

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OCALA OCCUR ANGES

Banker G. W. Neville of Dunnellon
is in the city today.
Want wood ? Just phone 15M,' and
youll ,get it quickly. 12-tf
- Large load of oak or pine wood for
$1. Quick delivery and good wood
is myxl1(motto. J. M. Potter, Ocala,
Fia. i 12-tf
There was a small fire in the new
Dunnellon high school building this
forenoon. Very little damage was
done however.-
Feel like; trying a Scotch hlghbaM
(any other kind if you do not lik
the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf
Mrs. E. W. Leavengood and Mrs.
Harry E. Leavengood returned yes-,
'terday from a pleasant visit of a
week with Dunnellon relatives.
Tickets for the Old Maid's Conven Convention
tion Convention are on sale and reservations can
be made at the Court Pharmacy for
Friday night, Jan. 15th.
Mr. R. C. Camp, president of the
Florida, Power Company, was a busr
iness visitor to Jacksonville yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.
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Pillans Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
The Star did not fully comprehend
the interest taken in its'. first .'1915
baby contest until this morning when
before ten o'clock it received a', dozen
telephone calls informing it that the
winner had arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. lLouis W.Duval,
Mr. George Davis is looking after
the Times-Union's interests during
Mr. Kreger's absence in Orlando.
A number of our enthusiasts in
athletic sports have formed, a club to
toromote basketball and similar
games. Mr. C. W. Hunter is presi
dent, assisted by the young men who
have been his able helpers in )ms )ms-ball
ball )ms-ball affairs. The club meets in the
McCiane hall every evening, and will
have some games arranged for soon.
Among the Ocala House arrivals
today were Mr. W. P. Wallace, pres president
ident president of the Madison, (Ga.) National
Bank, Messrs. C. O.; Summers and
Roy Blount of Barnesville, Ga., and
Mr. D. R. Wilson of "Atlanta! They
stopped over on their way to Homo Homo-sassa,
sassa, Homo-sassa, yhere they expect to spend a
few weeks fishing for tarpon.
Mr. J.. W. Crosby is expected home
tonight from a several days business
trip to 'Loughman. Mr.' Crosby has
been ill for 'several weeks and his
friends are delighted that 'his health
is improving,
Mr. A. M. Lansford, the music
dealer, says he never saw such a de demand
mand demand for Victor records. He says
the sales are growing each day, and
that he is really having trouble in
getting a supply for his trade.
Doesn't sound very "panicky" does
it?
Buy your drugs from Gerig's,
Ocala's best drug store, 9-tf
Mr. Mat J. Maloney of Jacksonville,
representing the big. New York groc grocery
ery grocery house of R. C. Williams & Co.,
was in town yesterday calling on the
trade. Mr. Maloney was a guest of
the Ocala House.
W. K. Lane, 3L D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Unlltling
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Ocala, Fla.
"Prof." Eph Villiams,, proprietor
of the Silas Green minstrel show
which exhibited here last night, ; for forgot
got forgot the usual formality of securing a
license before he gave said perform performance,
ance, performance, and now a warrant for his ar arrest
rest arrest has been issued from Judge
Smith's court, and said "Prof." Eph
will be brought back to Ocala to ex explain
plain explain his negligence in the matter.
1 Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, atf Johnny's
Place. 22-tf v

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WHEAT
Chicago, Jan. 13. May wheat sold
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V CORN AND OATS
Corn, 75; oats 55.
MEAT
Pork 19; lard 10.25; ribs 10.25.
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CITY COUNCIL--OLD AND NEW
The retiring city council held its
last meeting last night, with the fol following
lowing following members present: President
C. W. Hunter, Councilmen Bennett,
Knight, Smith, Carmichael, Roess,
Fausett, those elected to fill the un unexpired
expired unexpired terms of resigned members,
J. M. Meffert and G. A. Nash.
4 The minutes of the last session and
two special sessions were read and
approved.
President Hunter then announced
that the old council had completed its
business, he, thanked all of his asso associates
ciates associates and all of the city officers, es especially
pecially especially City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk for
.their loyal and efficient assistance,
and asked for a motion to adjourn
sine die. Mr. Roess moved that the
council adjourn sine die and Mr.
Bennett seconded the motion. The
old council then adjourned and Mr.
Hunter and Mr. Bennett vacated their
seats. f
Messrs. J. J. Gerig from the sec
ond ward and' Mr. D. W. Tompkins
from the first ward, having been
sworn in, took their seats. ;
Mr. Rqess arose and entered a pro protest
test protest against Mr. J. J. Gerig taking
his seat, as Mr. Gerig was already a
member of the board of bond trus trustees
tees trustees and therefore held two city of offices.
fices. offices. A little discussion arose. V Mr.
Carmichael moved that Mr. Roess be
made temporary chairman. Mr.
Smith seconded the motion, which
was put and carried and Mr. Roess
took the chair. vU. :'y
; Mr. Tompkins nominated Mr. Mef Meffert
fert Meffert for permanent chairman, and
Mr. Nash seconded the nomination.
Mr. Carmichael romiriated Mr. Roess
for permanent chairman. The ballots
were prepared and cast, with Mr.
Meffert receiving five and Mr. Roess
four, and Mr. Meffert took the chair.
The chairman asked City Attorney
Hocker for an opinion on the validity
of Mr. Gerig's election, and if it was
legal for him to sit onUhe board. Mr;
Hocker stated that the decisions that
he could recall, the constitution of
the state and city, charter did not
forbid or prohibit a person from
holding two offices where they were
not incompatible, and he saw nothing
in these f? two offices that ; was in in-compatible,
compatible, in-compatible, and it was his opinion
that the council itself was the "best
judge and, in fact, the law left such
matters to the council to decide for
itself. ; V A; motion was then made and
carried unanimously that Mr. Gerig
should be seated. ,
Mr. Meffert objected to Mr. Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael sitting with the new board on
the grounds that his successor had
been elected, or the matter of said
election was in question and Mr. Car Car-michael's
michael's Car-michael's term had expired.- The
opinion of the city-attorney was ask asked
ed asked on the matter. Mr. Hocker stated
that there was some little doubt of
the regularity of the recent elections
to fill Mr. Carmichael's place; that
the mayor had not sworn Mr, Moore
in;, that the law plainly provided that
an officer held over till his successor
was elected and qualified and Mr.
Carmichael remained in his seat.
The clerk read a long protest from V
Mr. F. G. B. Weihe on the seating of )

Mr. Moore,-which was filed for infor-j A change' of business took place j witft U. f. binder win piease re re-Trd?vr.
Trd?vr. re-Trd?vr. i carai ,in,r, o o-n rahoT-ohv tfiA firm nf I turn same to this office or to F. K.

Mr. J. T. Moore came in t and hand-
ed the clerk a paper. The paper
when read proved to be the oath of
office taken by Mr. Moore before Mr.
T
D. Robertson, mayor. This quali-

fied Mr. Moore as a councilman, andilished some six months ago. while Mr.;
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jvh. iiixciiaei vstiii-eu ins seal aim
Mr. Moore was seated..
The clerk read a communication
from Mayor Robertson relative to us
ing water from Silver Springs and as
to sewerage problems. '
The letter from Supt. J. C. Cald
vv-ell to the mayor on cost of operat-1
ing the electric light plant was also!
read. Both communications were
filed for information.
The election of a vice president of

the council was then taken up. Mr.

Knight and Mr. Nash were nominat-i
ed. The vote was 4 to 4, and the gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen each asked the other to ac accept
cept accept and he would come down. Mr.
Fnighl then insisted that his name
be withdrawn and Mr. Nash was de declared
clared declared tlected vice president, or
chairman pro tern.
Mr. Meffert stated to the council
that he would select the committees
of the council in a few days, after he
had had time to deliberate on the
matter, and would announce the dif different
ferent different committes through the press.
The council then adjourned.
The room was filled with interest interested
ed interested spectators throughout, the eve evening."'
ning."' evening."' : : s-;
BOUGHT IT BACK
Mr. Hall Concluded that he Had to
Have the Big New. Block in
His' Own Business
Mr. R. S. Hall Tuesday purchased
from Mr. D. W. Tompkins the two two-story
story two-story brick' building known as the
Hall block, situated on North Main
street. '-The consideration was not
given the reporter, but we under understand
stand understand it was satisfactory to both
parties. ;
Thf s is a valuable property and a
new one. Mr. Hall' had the building
erected about three years ago, sell selling
ing selling it to Mr. Tompkins something
like a year ago, and now purchases
it back again.
SHOOTING SCRAPE
AMONG NEGRO SHOWMEN
Will Hudson Killed by Frank Jack Jack-.
. Jack-. son Over a' Game of Craps h
Last night about eleven o'clock
Frank Jackson shot and killed Will
Hudson in the dressing rooms of the
"Silas Green" Minstrel show tent on
North' Main street. t
Jackson and Hudson and several
other members of the colored minstrel
troupe which showed during the even evening,
ing, evening, were engaged in a game of
craps in the rear of the; tent 7 just
after the performance, when a dis dispute
pute dispute arose between them. Accord According
ing According to several eye witnesses to the
affair Jackson shot Hudson once in
the breast, and after Hudson turned
to get out of his way fired two more
shots, both taking effect m ,his back.
Hudson died immediately and Jack Jackson
son Jackson made his escape.
Eph Williams, proprietor of the
show, immediately offered a reward of
one hundred dollars .to anyone who
captured the man who did the kill killing;
ing; killing; Officer Hall was the first to
reach the scene and Hudson was dead
when he arrived. 1 f ; ;
"About two o'clock this morning
Marshal Frank Adams walked- into
the Seaboard colored waiting room
and arrested Jackson, who was evi evidently
dently evidently waiting t6 make his getaway
on one of the early morning trains.
Jackson after the handcuff s had been
placed on him tried 'to get the of officer's
ficer's officer's revolver, but failed. He was
plaqed in the city jail until this morn morning
ing morning when he was turned over to the
county authorities.
Judge Smith will hold the prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary trial of Jackson this afternoon.
As soon as Marshal Adams had
made the arrest he was handed a
check for the hundred dollars reward
offered byv Williams early in the
night, v.
The remains of Hudson are in
charge of Messrs. Mclver & i Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and will be buried this afternoon
unless they receive orders to the con contrary
trary contrary from his friends in South Carolina.-'
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Jackson had the revolver on him
when arrested with which he did the
killing. The only other articles
found on him were a pair of dice.
CHANGE OF FIRM
Bitting & Knight,1 became Bitting &
Mathews.
Mr. A. A Mathews, well!

i c dc ;Mino rrt.!FOR SALb A $400 Mahogany piano
known in Ocala business circles for slightly. used; price $75, oV will

years, bought the interest ol Mr;;
j Knight in the drug business estab-
, XJittiiig win xt Litm ins micicat aim cii
j so the active management of the con
cern.
! The store has
moved from South!
Main street to 410 North Magnolia;
j street. ;
j This firm expects in the future to
carry at all times a large stock of
field and garden seeds in connection
i with their drug line.
j Board of Trade meets Wednesday

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Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
i January ( i4tli, 15tE and vi6th

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Eat Carter's Bread; i baked with
steam and thoroughly sanitary sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. 5-tf.
Come in and see our lines of sta stationery.
tionery. stationery. We can satisfy you, both
as to quality and price. The Court
Pharmacy. H-6t
DANGERS OF A COLD
Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous ? It is not the cold.? 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
UNCLASSIFIED AD
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST A plain gold locket engraved
m -w-v 1 0
Powers' store.
13-6t
rent at a reasonable price. Apply
"Piano, care Ocala Star.
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FINE FLORIDA SYRUP For
sale at S4 per case of 12 half:gallon
hermetrically sealed cans. E. C.
JORDAN & CO., W. Broadway. 11
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FOR SALE Second
Apply to John
plumber.
hand bicycle.
F. Robbinson,
1-7-tf
FOR RENT Eight room house on
Oklawaha avenue, fitted through throughout
out throughout for gas, electricity, hot and

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cold, water and other.' modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Posession February 5th.
Apply to Mrs. Edw. Badger, C01
Oklawaha avenue. 9-Ct
FOR RENT Yell located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
ziousekeeping. Inquire at the Co
lonial. 1 7-tf
WANTED Position. Reliable young
man ox c, expenencea.. in DOtn
salesmanship and office work, de desires
sires desires a position of some kind at
once. 'Best of references. Address
Care Box 315. 2-Gt
FOR SALE One $60 rotary White
sewing machine, one $59 Singer
sewing machine, silently used, at
half price. E. C. Jordan & Co. 9-tf
run i;l 1 un nrsi noor, inrce
connecting rooms; hall, piazza;
electric lights and water; large
yard; in best neighborhood. Apply
S. S. Savage, Jr., phone 125. 2-1 2t
FOR SALE Saw! cear posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
HyJe, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOUND Plain gold scarf pin near
primary school -building. .J. McL.
Thomas, SOS North Orange St. 9-Ct
WANTED To farm of shares or for
wages by a reliable man; can fur furnish
nish furnish good references: married and
not afraid of work. Address,
George Boatwright, Ocala. 8-6td
FOP SALE, C1IEAP Two-story res residence,
idence, residence, furnished or 'unfurnished;
eight rooms, recently x renovated
outside and inside; good neighbor neighborhood;
hood; neighborhood; paved street;, shade and
fruit trees; servant house, garden
and chicken yard; cistern, well and
city water. Bargain price. Apply
to 416 Lime street. 11-lra

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