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Austrians in Bukowina Barely
COilTlfl TO HAL1L1ER FIERCELY AT GERMAN
01! VOSOES FRONT
London, Dec; 30. Although Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad remains silent the public believes
the Russians are undertaking a great
offensive in Buckowina, near the Bes Bes-sarabian
sarabian Bes-sarabian border. Official Austrian re reports
ports reports indicate a great battle under
way. They tell of attacks of dense
masses of Russians. The righting
centers near Toporouta, a small town
just within Buckowina, and extends
over a forty mile front; extending
from Truth to a point north of the
Dneister. The latest advices say the
Russian attack continues.
ATTACK AND COUNTER ATTACK
Unofficial reports from the extreme
north portion of the Eastern front
state that the Germans made a seri serious
ous serious but futile attack near Lake Babit,
ger are threatening Mitau. :
VICTORY FOR FRENCH IN THE
' vosges : r
The chief fighting on the western
front is confined to the Vosges. In 1
thf Yftrr.n nf IT art m an' a Wn1rlrnnf
the French claim a successful ad advance.
vance. advance. Berlin minimizes this success,
but doesn't' deny it wholly.
BULGARS MUST BEAR BRUNT
Nothing has happened to change the
Macedonian positions. It is believed
the Teutonic powers can't spare troops
for a serious attempt against Salon Salonika
ika Salonika Therefore, if it is made the Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians must act.
TEUTONS HARD PRESSED BY
FRENCH AND RUSSIANS
The fichtiner between the French
, -- o f
and Germans in Hartmans-Weilerkopf j
region of the Vosges and between the
Russians and Austrians along the ;
Besarabian front continues to be the
most important of any action in the
various theaters and while the Ger
mans contend that the French offen offensive
sive offensive at Hirztein is broken down and
the French have been expelled from
the positions previously captured at
Hartmans-Weilerkopf, Paris claims
the capture of a series of German
works between Rehfelsen and Hirz Hirz-stein
stein Hirz-stein in addition to the trenches re recently
cently recently taken.
VIENNA CLAIMS NO VICTORY
Vienna admits that east of Purka Purka-nove
nove Purka-nove and north of the Bukowina fron frontier
tier frontier the Russian offensive has com compelled
pelled compelled the retirement of the Austrian
troops. Desultory fighting continues
in the region of Riga and Dvinsk. The
Italian bombardment of the Austrian
positions on the Tyrol and Lscaze
fronts is still going on. The Balkan
situation is still unchanged.
IN THE NEAR EAST
, The Turks, it is reported, have ceas ceased
ed ceased their attacks against the British
forces at Kut-El-Amara. Reports that
the .Austrians are attacking Scutari
where 75,000 Serbians have reformed
i'- authoritively denied. The Austri Austrians,
ans, Austrians, it is said, cannot reach Scutari
without crossing the Albanian Alps
and the Serbians and Montenegrins
and the flooded Drina river bar tills.
It is officiary reported that Swedish
land batteries were trained on Ger German
man German destroyers for capsizing a Swe Swedish
dish Swedish steamer in territorial water
BERLIN CLAIMS THE BATTLE
Berlin, Dec. 30. Heavy fighting
continues in the Vosges, says the war
office. The positions the French took
near Hartmans-Weilerkopf have been
retaken. . -'
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
eFtirr.ates. No job too large .' nd none
too f-nall. II. W. Tucker. 30-rf
TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
OF EASY MONEY FOR BUNCH
OF WIRE TAPPERS
Chicago, Dec. 30. Vincent Baer,
a wealthy midland Texas stockman,
was swindled out of $20,000 by wire
tappers operating in the suburbs of
Chicago, according; to police reports.
It is said that Baer was met in Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City by the men and some wagers
were made there; later they met in
Cincinnati. The men's names were
given as Edward A. Alexander and
Charles C. Miller, Baer and his com companions
panions companions came here (Christmas. The
wires were tapped and Baer was told
all his bets were won and he claims
that he turned over $20,000. All the
party left for Cincinnati eh route to
Lexington, Ky., to collect their win winnings.
nings. winnings. The men disappeared en
OFFICERS OF STATE
Principal Workman, Formerly of
Ocala, Chosen President
The many Ocala friends of Mr. J.
H. Workman, formerly principal of
our high school, now principal of the
Miami schools, will be pleased, but
not much surprised, to learn that he
has been elected president of the
state teachers association, which met
thi3- week in Tallahassee. The Star
has been expecting his honor; to be
conferred on Mr. Workman, who has
proven himself one; of the most effi efficient
cient efficient teachers in the state.
The other officers elected are Miss
Kate Sullivan, Tallahassee, vice pres president;
ident; president; R.-L. .Turner (re-elected) of
Inverness, secretary, and W. A. Dob Dob-son,
son, Dob-son, treasurer.
The association decided to meet
next year in Arcadia.
BANKS WILL BE CLOSED
ON NEW YEAR'S DAY
Saturday, January 1st, 116, (New
Year's Day) being a legal holiday in
the state of Florida the undersign undersigned,
ed, undersigned, banks of this city will be closed
for business on that day.
The Commercial Bank,
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss,
REMAINS SENT HOME
Gainesville Sun : The remains of
the late Mr. F. C. Avery, the aged
turfman who, according to a confes confession
sion confession made by Willie Turner, the ne negro
gro negro who turned traitor to his em employer,
ployer, employer, was murdered by Turner on
the Alachua County Fair grounds on
November 24th, were disinterred, pre
pared for shipment and left this city
Sunday afternoon for the former
home of the deceased, Wellington, O
where interment will be made in the
family lot. The body was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. Carlos Avery, a son of
the deceased, who came here last
week to look after the removal of the
A social of the Ladies' Aid Society
of the Presbyterian church will be
given by Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Herndon
at the manse j on Friday, December
31st, from 3 to 8 p. m. A cordial in
vitation extended to all.
. Mrs.'R. I Anderson, Sec'y.
IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARJONCOUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
Able to Hold
POSITIONS II! CHAMPAGNE AND
CONGRESSMAN IS NOT IMMUNE
FROM PROSECUTION ON
THE CHARGE OF
v (Associated Press)
New York, Dec; 30. Warrants for
the arrest of Congressman Frank
Buchanan of Illinois, ( former Con Congressman
gressman Congressman II. Robert Fowler vof Il Illinois,"
linois," Illinois," H .B. Martin and Herman
Schulties, four of the eight indicted
yesterday for conspiracy ; to foment
munition plant strikes, were sent io
Washington last night. Vv
It is understood that Congressman
Buchanan will plead immunity as a
congressman, but department of jus justice
tice justice officials say the supreme court
decisions have not upheld this stand.
ALL THE AMERICAN NATIONS
SHOULD JOIN IN SUPPORT SUPPORTING
ING SUPPORTING ARBITRATION
.Washington, Dec. 30. Secretary
Lansing today suggested that all na
tions in the Pan-American Union join
in a convention for arbitration of all
boundary line disputes and prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition of shipments of war munitions to
revolutionaries. The proposition is
approved by President Wilson." It is
being forwarded by the Latin-Ameri
can ambassadors to their govern
TOO MUCH INDUCEMENT
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
frade, has received from Mr. G. R.
Pettit, division passenger agent of the
Seaboard, an inquiry as to what in
ducements Ocala can offer as spring
training ground for a big league ball
Manager Hunter of the Ocala team
informs the Star that Atlanta wants
entirely too much in the way of in inducements.
ducements. inducements. He has written to Mr.
Frank, manager of the Atlanta team,
that there is nothing doing.
KAISER BILL HAS
Berlin, Dec. 30. Germany has re re-ccognized
ccognized re-ccognized the Carranza Mexican gov government.
ernment. government. EASIER BERTH FOR
HARCOURT TN INDIA
Winnipeg, Dec. 30. A special Lon London
don London cable says that Lewis Harcourt
has resigned from the British cabinet
to become viceroy of India.
On J- Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-ar's
ar's dol-ar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phoe 434. tf
HOW TO CURE COLDS
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eaf
right. Take Dr. King's New Discov Discovery.
ery. Discovery. It is prepared from pine tar,
healing balsams and mild laxatives.
Dr. King's New Discovery kills and
expels the cold germs, soothes the ir irritated
ritated irritated throat and allays inflamma inflammation.
tion. inflammation. It heals the mucous membrane.
Search as you will, you cannot find a
better cough and cold remedy. Its use
over 45 years is a guarantee of satis
FLORIDA, THUESDAY, DECE3EBER 80, 1915
HE (III ASKIliG
New York, Dec 30. It is estimated
that two hundred thousand employes
of the various trades here will re receive
ceive receive wage increases aggregating
millions of dollars January 1st. The
employers say that never before were
so many labor organizations asking
for larger pay and so many receiv receiving
ing receiving it. ,'
MOVES OUT ON ITS 1916 TRIP
JULY 19 FROM MINNE-
. (Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 30. The prohibition
nation convention will be held in Min Minneapolis
neapolis Minneapolis July 19th, the prohibition na national
tional national committee announced today.
SAID THEIR SAY
DIRECTORS OF THE NEW HAVEN
HAVE CONCLUDED THEIR
- New York, Dec. 30. The defense
has rested its case in the trial of
William Rockefeller and ten other
New Haven former directors, charg charged
ed charged with conspiracy under the Sher Sherman
man Sherman law. The trial has been on since
The ; government has also closed
the New Haven case. Arguments to
the jury will start Monday.
FOR MR. BLOOD
Has Bought Remaining Half Interest
in the Hiawatha Lake Stock
Mr. H. H. Whitworth today sold to
Mr. C. S. Blood a half interest in the
Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm, three
miles southwest of the city.
; Mr. Whitworth sold several months
ago a half interest in the farm and
all of the live stock and. personal
property to Mr. Blood, who also has
valuable property at Terra Ceia.
Mr. Whitworth has now sold the
remaining ; half interest in the real
estate to his partner, but purchased
back from him half interest in all of
the personal property, live stock,
etc., oensisting of from 125 to 150
head of Red Duroc Jersey hogs, a lot
of horses, cows and poultry, so that
Mr. Blood now owns the entire farm
and Mr. Whitworth the entire live
stock and personal property.
Mr. Whitworth has been in very
poor health for the past year or so
and will take life a little easier and
try and regain his old time health. In
the. meantime he will dispose of the
live stock and farm implements and
will remain on the place until this is
Mr. Whitworth, who introduced
Red Duroc Jersey hogs here about 12
years ago and has made them famous
in this part of the state, selling them
all over Florida and exhibiting them
in Marion and at state fairs, will now
offer for the first time his entire herd
for sale, either as a whole or individ individual
ual individual animals. -: y
Mr. Blood will hereafter spent
more of his time in Ocala and be with
his son on the farm more than he has
No. 71 Leave falatka, ? :30 a. m,
irrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1 :05 p. to.;
urive Palatta, 5:25 p. m.
LIVEN UP YOUR TORPID LIVER
To keep your liver active use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They insure
good digestion. : relieve constipation
and tone up the whole system keep
you eye clear and your skin fresh and
healthy looking. Only 25c at your
, Y JJ-A N ill N.ii
Orator and Democratic Leader Will
Lecture Saturday, Jan 8,
Secretary Rooney informs the Star
that arrangements have been made
f o ra lecture Saturday evening, Jan.
8, in the Temple theater in this city,
by William J. Bryan. 4
Belleview, Dec. 29 -According to
my usual custom and more so on ac account
count account of the unusual press of business
affairs, my Belleview notes were
rather scant and almost impercept impercept-able
able impercept-able to the naked eye last week. But
seeing that the old year is going with
such a rush and the time approaches
when people, make their usual New
Year's resolutions to be nobly made
and just as nobly broken, I will hand
you a little line of thought that
struck my fancy as I perused some of
my usual reading matter. The first
thought is about the boys, the much muchly
ly muchly abused and misunderstood boys,
and ? this is showing where to place
the blams as follows: ; 7
Municipal Judge Goodnow of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, has recently made an address
which "was probably displeasing to a
great many men, but his experiences
on the bench furnished ample mater material
ial material from which to base the charge he
made, namely: that 90 per cent of
juvenile offenders have never been
given proper care at home. The
judge declared that "father, came
home, talked war and politics, and
never inquired where his son might
be. When the son was arrested for
burglary or murder or some other
crime the father was dumbfounded,
and talked of the inefficiency of the
police, the social environment and the
worthlessness of the public schools."
The blame for the boy's error lay
directly at the door of the home, and
all the execuses in the world would
not alter the facts. I
. I think the judge made a ten strike
and I am passing it along to where
it will do the most good.
Miss Mary Gale visited friends in
Ocala last Saturday and Sunday.
$ Mr. Bill Adams left Tuesday for
Dunnellon, after spending the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays with his father, Mr. A.
The Masonic fraternity held its
regular monthly meeting last Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. The election of officers
was the feature of the evening, and
the following were elected to serve
the lodge for the next year: David C.
Stanley, W. M.; Oscar M. Gale, S.
W.; Nathan Mayo, J. W.; Henry R.
Shaw, treasurer; Chas. A. Tremere,
secretary. And the following were
appointed to serve in their respective
offices: J. L. Jones, chaplain; Chas.
W. Quick, marshal; James N. Shedd,
S. D.; Adolphus D. Mitchell, J.. D.;
John T. Hames, S. S.; J. Oscar High High-tower,
tower, High-tower, J. S.; J. A. Freeman, tyler.
Out of town members attending the
lodge Saturday night were Messrs. C.
W. Quick, J. O. Hightower, F. C.
Norton, from Candler; Messrs. C. E.
Connor, J. T. Lewis and Dr. Henry
from Oklawaha; Mr. Alf Proctor and
Mr. Henry Shaw from the Pedro sec section
tion section ; Mr. A. D. Mitchell and Mr.
Nathan Mayo from Summerfield.
The Masons held a special called
meeting Monday night, Dec. 27, for
the installation of officers.
Mr?. "Isaac Nichols spent several
days in Wildwobd last week, visiting
her daughter, Mrs. 1. 1. Strong.
Mrs. Sidney Maddox and little son
have returned to their home in St.
Petersburg after a pleasant visit with
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick. Miss
Minnie Kilpatrick accompanied them
home to spend the holidays.
Mr. J. O. Hightower of Candler and
Mr. Claude Connor of Oklawaha,
I 1 'm
Foiled Attack by an Austrian
Paris, Dec. 30. Two Austrian tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat destroyers were sunk by
the Allies in a battle of Cattaro in
the Adriatic. They were part of a
squadron of Austrian ships'which in intended,
tended, intended, to bombard Durazzo. An al allied
lied allied squadron went to meet them.
The remainder of the Austrian squad squadron
ron squadron was pursued by the allied war warships
ships warships and compelled to flee.
This information was contained in
a marine ministry statement.
AN ISLAND OCCUPIED
French troops have occupied Cas-
teleriso island in the Aegean sea. be
tween Rhodes island and the Gulf of
Adalia, according to the morning pa papers
pers papers here. The possession of this isl island
and island as a naval base is indispensable.
ADHERENTS OF VILLA HAVE
THE GAME IS UP
' (Associated Press)
El Paso, Dec. 30. Several trains
of Carranza soldiers bound from Naco
to Juarez are expected at Palea, New
Mexico, six miles west of here. They
will detrain and march into Juarez,
where 1500 Carranza soldiers from
Chihuahua City are expected.
SURRENDERING BY WHOLESALE
Ten thousand Villa troops and elev
en generals have surrendered to Geni
Trevino, the Carranza commander at
Executive of Minnesota Died While
on a Visit to Louisiana
Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 30. Govern Governor
or Governor Hammond, of Minnesota, died sud suddenly
denly suddenly at Clinton, La., thirty miles
north of here, according to a tele telephone
phone telephone message.
Successor is Sick;
St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 30. Lieutenant-Governor
J. A. J. Burnquist, a
republican, succeeds Hammond, dem democrat.
ocrat. democrat. Burnquist is sick in bed. ;
Governor May Have Been Eating
Clinton, La., Dec. 30. Governor
Hammond died of apoplexy superin superinduced
duced superinduced by a recent attack of ptomaine
-A middle aged man with four young
daughters -wishes a steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of references to keep house for him,
She would be required to do the house
work with the arsistance of the girls,
who attend school. -A good home for
the right woman. Do .not reply to
this advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. If interested, write to G. L.
Chandler, 610 Palm Avenue, Miami,
Flofida, or inquire at the Star office
or particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
passed thru Belleview last Monday
on their way to South Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sumner spent
Christmas with their respective fam
ilies in South Florida.
Mr. Chas. A. Tremere spent a
couple of days in Jacksonville last
I am in receipt of a card from Rev.
and Mrs. C. A. Lane, who are nice nicely
ly nicely located at Coronado Beach and are
as deservedly as popular there as
they were in Belleview.
(Concluded on Second Page)
LOCAL NEY ?
i 1.1 1
j ynyy una u
11 FLED AFTER LOSiiiG TiVO OF- ITS Wl-
DISPUTE BETWEEN THE UNITED
STATES AND GERMANY
OVER THE LUSITANIA
Washington, Dec. 30. New pro proposals
posals proposals for the settlement of the Lusi Lusi-tania
tania Lusi-tania case which Germany hopes will
be acceptable to the United States
are expected to be presented to the
state department next week.
Although the present status of the
negotiations are closely guarded, it is
understood that the Berlin foreign of office
fice office is anxious to end the controversy,
despite the adverse public opinion
aroused by the request for the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of the German attaches at
It is suggested thp.t Germany might
be willing to make 'reparation for the
American lives lost by the sinking of
the Lusitania if it did not involve an
admission of wrongdoing, but the
United States holds out for a dis disavowal.
avowal. disavowal. Germany had contended that
her instructions to submarine com commanders
manders commanders to discontinue such attacks
is -. the most effective disavowal.. It
is believed that the settlement of the
case would have an important bear bearing
ing bearing on the Ancona incident and the
resulting controversy with Austria.
AT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Saturday, New Year's day, is the
feast of the circumcision. It is of
obligation as on Sunday. Services
will be held at 7 a. m. and in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sunday, as usual,
10a. m. and 4 p. m.
Eastlake, Dec. 29. The old-fashioned
New England turkey shoot
which Eastlake had been anticipating
with interest, took place here. ? last
Thursday and Friday with great suc success.
cess. success. A number of the residents of
Eastlake participated in the event,
Messrs. O. Sipes, J. Sipes and How Howard
ard Howard Lee each carrying off a fine tur
key. Another and even mere enter
taining contest is planned for a date
in the near future. ;
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Klock, with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Lee' on Sunday
motored to Sanford, where they spent
several days in a combined business
and pleasure visit. In their absence
Mrs. J. J. Morrison and family oc occupied
cupied occupied Mrs. Klock's apartments at
the Eastlake hotel. :
Mr. Shroeder, the well-known pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the Wonder Poultry farm
at Silver Lake, is spending several
days in Jacksonville on business.
Mr. Maynard Pray, manager of the
Kentmore citrus grove, has purchas purchased
ed purchased for use on the grove a fine Ford
Mr. W. E. Fosnot is visiting his
family here, after an absence of sev several
eral several years.
Miss Rogers, Miss Starling and
Mr. Warwick, who occupy a most at attractive
tractive attractive cottage on the Ocala and
Leesburg highway, entertained at
dinner on Christmas Mr. Jim Joselyn
and Col. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter.
It is rumored that a dancing class
will be held each week at the Lake
Weir Yacht Club by the younger
members of the Eastlake winter col
ony, but as yet no definite dates have
It is with interest that friends of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Augustus E.vsn
nee Kichline, learn that after a wel welding
ding welding journey they will be at horns at
their residence in Jacksonville.
We have a very larsre
ff UTtomi.-' TJ..1 n i. v-i
to which we invite your ir '.
Oongs Drug Store.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1915.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IL R. Carroll, General Mnager Port V. Leavengood, Easiness Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
- Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
One year, in advance ...... .?5.00
Six months, in advance ; 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance....... ZO
HORN IN OR HORN OUT?
Which horn of the dilemma will the
Ocala Star take? Every Serbian was
a fighting man and fought bravely;
some women as well they were like
the men with whom Andrew Jackson
won the battle of New Orleans. Now
if the Serbians were 'prepared," we
are not utterly unfit and could drive
out an army of a million men but
Serbia's preparedness did not save
her. Austria was prepared and lost
Silesia France was prepared and
lost Sedan; Belgium was prepared
and Serbia was prepared what of!
it ? TiiA nrpnaredneas keen tlr Teace ;
for them ? -Times-Union. ; j
The Times-Union has at least two j
writers on its editorial page, and they
don't always compare notes, as will be
seen by the following remark, which
appeared on that same editorial page
a few days ago, and which does hot
altogether harmonize with the above
"A lot of Serbian and Bulgarian re recruits
cruits recruits fought well without eighteen
months of militarv education
So it seems that instead of horning
into the Star with a dilemma, the
Tirnoc-TTninn Vinrl Viottor linrri nnr. rf
the one it has created for itself.
In regard, however, to the dilemma
the Times-Union presents, the Star
does not see why it should take eithet
horn. As the Times-Union says, the
Serbians are a nation of fighting men
-that is, they are something like the
Americans were an hundred years
ago, when almost every man had a
gun and knew how to use it, and out
in the forests or mountains, or even
in the fields, behind a boulder or a
tree, was as good a fighting man as
the regular soldier. If we were the
same sort of people today if we
were armed and trained as the Ser Serbians
bians Serbians are no combination of nations
would dare to attack us. But we are
not that sort of people, and none
should know it better than the Times-
men in little Serbia than in immense
America who knew how to handle a
rifle or machine gun, and discharge
the duties of a soldier. It is safe to
say that in all our country there are
not 50,C00 nun who know how to
shoot an army rifle. There are a good
number who are skillful with sport sport-inc
inc sport-inc rifles, but snrvrtinc funs tndav
are as 'inferior to army guns, as the
musket of a century ago was inferior
to the cannon. Even with sporting
gun3, however, the vast majority of
our people are unskilled. It is, in
fact, probable that a majority of
American men are unskilled with any
kind of a firearm, and it is certain
that not more than half a million
have anything like any military train training
ing training whatever.
In all its comparisons on this sub subject,
ject, subject, it may be observed that the
Times-Union is careful to go only so 1
far as will suit its own ends. Serbia
was prepared, of course, but not so
well prepared as its powerful oppon opponents.
ents. opponents. Serbia's -preparedness enabled
it to hold the Teutons in check for
over a year and inflict on them many
disastrous defeats why should the
Times-Union or anyone else expect
such a little nation to hold out for forever
ever forever against three, the least of which
was stronger and better prepared
than it was? If the United States
could put up as good a fight in, pro proportion
portion proportion as Serbia, all the rest of the
world combined couldn't march an
army across its borders.
The Times-Union, goes on and says,
"Austria was prepared and lost
Silesia," but it omits to say that
when Austria lost Silesia she was ex exhausted
hausted exhausted by a long war with France,
and that Prussia, under Frederick
the Great, was the best prepared na nation
tion nation in Europe. ":..:
The.Times-Union also says, "France
was prepared, and lost Sedan." Now,
unless we have read history upside
down, France was not. prepared, but
thought she was, when she lost
Sedan, and unless we greatly mistake
we have seen the same opinion ex expressed
pressed expressed on the Times-Union's edi editorial
torial editorial page.
'Belgium," says the Times-Union,
"was prepared, and Serbia was pre prepared
pared prepared what of it?"
, Ne w, the Times-Union knows that
Belgium had not a tenth of the
strength, and probably not a tenth of
the preparedness in proportion"that
Germany had but, "what of it?"
Well, this of it. Belgium blocked
the German advance for a few days,
and gave the French and British that
much more time to prepare for the
battle of the Marne. The battle of
the Marne" saved France. And that's
a good deal of a "what of it."
"Did preparedness keep the peace
f-r tlrr. ?" aks the Timos-Union.
It is 1? o cjrer nsus; of opinion that
if G imJiviy had known how well pre-
1 t!' cy vr
-e, :uvl hc: Ci3y wo aid
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance....
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance
German war machine that it isn't
likely to be able to lead a triumph
with half a dozen other nations drag
ging along behind its wheels.
1 Now, we think, if the Times-Union
will consult history and its own files
a little, it i will acknowledge that the
horns of the dilemma it has presented
to the Star are made of gingerbread
and easy to knock off.
The Star has observed all the
Times-Union has to say of the diffi
culties of America preparing for
war of the manner in which money
is squandered by corrupt politicians,
of the indifference of the mass of the
people, of the difficulty of keeping
up the present small army, and other
things, all or most of which the Star
must, sorrowfully admit are true.
However, this is a great country, and
the great majority of its people are
ap patriotic as any people, it has the
greatest resources, and is the best
able to handle them. How any Amer
ican can look at his home and those
of his neighbors, can think of the
women and children he cares for, and
then refuse to do all in his power to
make them secure from the hell of
a foreign invasion, is more than the
Star can understand. We can over
come all difficulties, we can make
ourselves safe, if we will. If we
won't, may the devil help us, for the
events of the last year and a half
have amply proven that God helps
only those who are willing and able
to help themselves.
Among the postcards the Star re
ceived this Christmas season, none
are more prizes than one from Mrs.
W. H. Massey, formerly of Orange
Springs, now at Hahira, Ga., who
sends good wishes and congratuLi
tions on the recent prohibition vic
Butter Nut Bread has the right taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakery.
WOMAN SPEAKS VOLUMES.
Arcadia, Fla. "I am thoroughly satis satisfied
fied satisfied that Dr. Pierce's Golden Madical Dis
covery. JP avorite
of Smart-Wned are
the best of medi
cines, and when
V .VMT 1 .'OS---'.
needed in my fam-
'' 4' ily 1 do not be-
f .j it.
" now frT 4 Vmr-n
lne cares ol
my household and
looking after my
my health to
very low point and my nerves were quite
deranged. My nervous state made me
irritable and cross and I slept very poorly.
The 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden
Medical Discovery' were what corrected
my reduced health.
"Dr. Pierce's 'Smart-Weed' is what cured
my baby of cholera infantum of the wore;
form. JNo other medicme was given
Other children in our neighborhood, under
medical attention, died of the same trouble
while he was sick. A second child of mine
was also cured of the disease.'' Mrs. R.
Holton, 237 S. : Hillsborough Ave.
An imitation of nature's method of
replacing waste of tissue, enriching impov impoverished
erished impoverished blood and increasing nerve force is
herbs and roots made with Dure elvcerine.
without the use of alcohol, like Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This
vegetable medicine coaxes the digestive
functions and helps m the assimilation of
food, or rather takes from the food just
the nutriment the blood requires.
? Pure blood is essential to good health.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
not only cleanses the blood of impurities,
but it increases the activity of the blood blood-making
making blood-making glands, and enriches the body with
an abundant supply ot pure, rich biooa
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled,
shingled, Re-shingled, j
All wbrk at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
me early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
(Continued from First Page)
The limited train from the north
hat never stons in Belleview gave a
correct imitation of a local train by
stepping at Belleview last Friday to
permit Mr. and Mrs. C P. Dustin
from York Beach, Me., to alight. Br.
and Mrs. Dustin passed through the
big storm that was sweeping the
northern states from New York city
downwards and were glad to be
among their friends for the winter.
Mr. Geo. E. Bailey, that genial
prince of good fellows, who hails
from Rock Island, 111., and his sister,
Mrs. Sadie E. Van Horn, who lives
in Iowa, dropped off the train the
other day and were greeted by their
many friends. One of Mr. Bailey's
first official acts-was to. come around
and see the writer and make his
peace by tendering a one-spot plus
fifty cents to continue him in the
ever increasing family of Star read
Mr. Will Merrill met with a very
heavy loss when his horse died last
Mr. N. I. Cogswell is somewhat im
proved from a serious attack of in influenza
fluenza influenza and grip.
Miss Minnie Tremere came up
from Sutherland last Tuesday to
spend her Christmas vacation home
with 'the people and speaks in the
highest praise of that South Florida
college, its officers and faculty. She
will return to her school duties this
Those two popular boys, Thomas
and Freeman Hames, took a little
run down from Virginia to spend the
Christmas holidays at home, and
every one is truly glad to see them.
Bill Millsom with his perennial
smile whirled into town last Friday
night in a brand new tin dream with
Henry Ford's name stamped on it
and for company, his wife. Bill had
a good line of talk to hand out on
Millsom's justly famous brands of
cigars and also a real hot line on
hunting and how much game he had
killed lately. To prove it he had a
dandy looking bird dog in the back
seat. After spending Christmas with
us, they went over to Heather Island
and stopped with their friends, Mr.
and Mrs. J. O. Hightower, making a
bee-line for St. Cloud Sunday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, j -' ;
Mrs. Creola Perdue came in last
week from Fairhope, Pa., and will
spend the winter with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Nix.
Mrs. C. M. French, Mrs. Colwed and
Mrs. Curtis, all of Danbury, Conn.,
came in last Friday and are pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly domiciled at the French cot cottage
tage cottage for the balance of the winter.
Mr. John Lyles spent the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays in Jacksonville. w
Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong of Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood spent the week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. I. N. Nichols.
Mr. Sam Millican is spending the
holidays at his home.
Mrs. John T. Hames has not been
enjoying the best of health and ha3
required the services of one of the
Ocala physicians. -,
Mr. Thomas L. Hames,, coming
down from Virginia to spend the hol holidays,
idays, holidays, picked up a very severe cold,
which has prevented him enjoying his
holiday outing as he had anticipated.
Little Miss Faye Sumner, also her
little brother, Robert Lr. Jr., have re required
quired required the services of a physician the
Mrs. Newlands, following the al
most universal fashion of catching a
cold, has secured for her own per
sonal use a jim dandy cold and ; is
Mrs. E. W. White has suffered with
an intense cold ever since her arrival
from her home at Pittsburg. Mr.
White has also suffered severely but
manages to keep up and going.
Our school force in the personnel
of Prof. H. P. Chambers, principal,
is spending the Christmas holidays
at his home near Lake City. While
his assistant goes in the opposite di
rection and will linger along the
shores of Lake Weir until school re
Mr. Tremere and Mr. Frank Norton
of Candler attended the blow out held
at the Elks' club in Ocala last Tues
Mr. Winters Hames came up from
Umatilla to spend the Christmas holi holidays
days holidays with his parents.
Another thought that runs in my
mind as a business woman, is the
subject of credit. This is something
that every business woman has to
contend with, and as a New Year's
greeting I recommend the subject to
your thoughtful consideration during
the coming year.
Credit is an estimate of your ca
parity to worry about paying your
bills which is held about you by a lot
of total strangers. Credit is also a
belief held of your ability to pay for
something long after you have ceas ceased
ed ceased to derive any benefit from it.
Credit is likewise a gauge of your
willingness to deceive yourself into
the belief that you' can afford to buy
something because you cannot pay
cash for it. If everybody paid cash,
there would eMid bond issues, no
huge clerical forces, no national
debts; no armies or military systems,
no schools such as exist today, no war,
no degenerate fashions nothing but
plain, everyday living. Credit en
abl.es everybody to live a fictitious
existence. Nothing exceeds like
We have a very large assortment
of Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
to which we invite your inspection.
(Continued from Yesterday)
The Eftd of Durand.
RTHUR was grateful to Blair.
He- had bei'i) ttngrr when .'he
realized be had been deceived
regarding Esther by all why
turrounded him in his great mansion
since the day he had been broushr
home shattered and insensible.
But Vivian and Blair had pleaded
with significant hints that they had
thought it best to accept Durand s snc;
gestion. as Arthur's physician, that hi?
patient be not unduly excited while
convaleseinjr. The hints inferred also
that this was to shield Esther from
the knowledge of the drus weakness;
that she had learned, despite the ef
f Jr. r.m rf.v.
Arthur Was Gra eful to Biair.
forts of all. when slie had encountered
Arthur face to face at the costume ball
Arthur had reluctantly- concluded
Blair and Vivian had meant jsvell, but
it began to dawn upon him that Du
rand was" responsible for the drug ad
diction that now mastered him.
"He had better have let me die
Arthur confessed to Ciair. "I shall j;et
ride of him and his creature, De Vaus.
and you and Vivian will help me cure
myself, won't you. lilnir? 1 want to go
back to Esther clean and whole. I wih"
divide all 1 have with you and Vivian
if you will only help me. Say you
will!" And Arthur clun.! to Blair and
pleaded, and Blair glibly promised.
; Handsomely rrud for his services.
good and bad, Durand -affected to philo
sophically a.'cept hi.s dismissal. lit
proposed "one good nicjht of it" before
he left with De'Vaux for the east,-and
the one good night took the form of
poker game in the Powell library.
. V. : .
In Richmond, at the Riverview sani
tarium, Hagar had almost wholly re
covered. The clot upon her brain
caused by the cruel blow Blair had
struck her bad been 'absorbed. Ilei
memory came back to her. But the
death, after a 'stroke of paralysis," of
Blair's mother and meditation darini;
her convalescence had broadened 11a 11a-gar's
gar's 11a-gar's gypsy nature to a disposition ol
The sorrow she had undergone in the
disappointment Arthur, her profligate
son, had beep to her also chastened
Hagar's proud spirit ;
Through Esther's letters she now
knew that Arthur in all his wealth
and luxury had surrounded himael:
with evil coini)any'aiid that Blair and
the adventuress, Vivian Marston; wert wert-among
among wert-among hi3 familiars and -parasites.
Rnt rria tli?nr chn Till niit zuixv mil!
U b VU. I 111 I 1 O V Ui '
that was' Arthur had fallen into the
clutches of the drug habiL Ileun.ite!
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to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted vith
y U Km IzzJ
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star for
First Class Seasoned
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Phone 3 M-4 Rings
at The sanitarium. Hagar anu Jascner
embraced and wept when they spoke
of Arthur. :
"It i3 greed that has changed him,
said Oagar softly. "Money greed greed-that
that greed-that was his father's curse."
And Hagar's mind reverted to that
dreadful night of physical and mental
anguish when Arthur had been born
to her, and his unnatural father, the
dead Matt 'Harding, had sold Ills new
born child to Colonel Stanley to fur further
ther further the family ambitions and family
hatreds of the Stanleys.
"It was money greed that led poor
uuke Loveil t revolt and evil courses,"
continued Hagar. "I am haDDy to
know that Luke is contrite of heart in
all save his present desire for ven vengeance
geance vengeance on Arthur and his associates,
who have betrayed and imprisoned
him ungenerously, as be thinks."
"He is very bitter to them," mur murmured
mured murmured Esther. "He asks your forgive
ness, mother dear, and longs to return
and serve you faithfully again. But
he will not be stirred from his deter determination
mination determination to have vengeance."
"Vengeance is mine, saitb the Lord;
1 will repay," said Hagar softly as
her hands subconsciously closed upon
the Bible she was holding in her lap.
"We will retnra home, to your home,
my dear child, to Stanley hall,". whis whispered
pered whispered Hagar when she regained her
composure. "There we will discuss
the plans I have long meditated upon
since my recovery and in your ab absence.
sence. absence. r
"Perhaps this good friend xwill go
with us and give us the benefit of his
able, counsel." And she turned to the
sympathetic, eccentric English lawyer,
who had accompanied Esther from
the west, and again thanked him
brokenly for bis kidness to and his
protection of Esther.
On a prison roof in faraway Cali California
fornia California Quabba. burning his fingers with
a plumber's furnace, was receiving a
verbal castigation from Cesare, the
"You a fine bum roofer!" the con contractor
tractor contractor was declaring scornfully. "You
no good for nottiuT
Quabba shrugged his shoulders anti
replied, "Ha, what you tink you get
for a scab job. a jewe'er?"
"All right, tomorrow I fire you and
hire the monkey you have. "He gotta
da more brains.'" And the contractor
spat In disgust and threw down the
loop of scaffold ropes he was carrying
and hobbled away,
Quabba raised his voice in sing song
protest, mingling Romany expressions
with his jargon of Italian and broken
English, and he did so with a purpose,
and the purpose had its effect.
At his cell wt:dow below the eaves
of the prison roof the shaved and
shorn Luke Ixvell caught the gypsy
Luke tapped three times upon the
bar at.his window. Quabba heard and
understood. lie tapped three times in
reply upon the gutter.
Then, taking a ball of cord from his
breast, Quabba slipped a hacksaw from
the tools, and. peering over the roof to
note no -watchful eyes observed, he
lowered the instrument, of liberty to
the cell window. :
. In was drawn within, and then
Quabba whispered over the gutter edge
in Romany that he had a rope tied to
the cord and that the other extremity
of the rope was 'fastened to the chim chimney.
ney. chimney. -'v : .r- '.
Further directions as to where Quab Quabba
ba Quabba would wait for the prisoner with a
change of clothing were whispered in
the gypsy tongue. The next night was
the time appointed. s :
- :"'.-' .
At the' Powell mansion "the last
night" is duly celebrated. De Vaux Is
not there, but Durand and Vivian are
with Arthur in the library plying him
with liquor and encouraging him to
wild and foolish play at cards. Du
rand has the money for the generous
check that Arthur gnve him. But the
arch crook is not content with this
Congenitally he; is a diamond thief,
and big diamonds, rare diamonds, val
uable diamonds, are his obsession not
to buy them, not to keep tbem. but to
steal them! '
Tn the cabinet In John Powell's
room is the diamond from the sky.
John Powell, whom he has snatched
from the jaws of death and .made a
drug ticiid of. has given Durand his
conge as -physician 'and associate, but
ere he goes upon his way Durand, the
king of diamonds, as the thief; world
knows him, will have the diamond.
Outside, disguised as a workman and
hiding in the sh robbery is Durand's
one faithful ally. De Vaux, the jackal.
the knave of clubs of "the pack."
Durand has tampered with Vivian.
but he does not trust her. Nor does
Durand fear Blair, nor even John Pow
ell, the millionaire, once he has the
diamond in his hands and safe away
Durand has lived too close to them
all not to be aware that there are cer
tain things in the lives of the two
young Virginians that would make
them avoid any too close inquiry Into
their records. . ...
"Everybody has a past generally a
bad one.' said a cynic philosopher.
What John Powell had done in the
days he "was Arthur Stanley Durand
has not known nor cared. Whatever
it is. it is enough that once he. Durand.
has the great diamond no legal process
to recover If will be dared.
So. while the card game for high
stakes withont limit is at Its height.
Durand deftly takes occasion to sift a
sleeping powder into the glass of John
Powell, whose tongue is thick and
whost last is deadened with his In
dulgence with wine.
The game, breaks op, owing to the
sleepy languor of the host, who- is led
away, and the others retire shortly
afterward. But Vivian has betrayed
Durand to Blair.
She knows Durand well. She know
once he has the diamond it will be ta
ken abroad to Holland and sold and
Hiding in her room after midnight.
Blair and Vivian bear Durand creep
down the hall. They give him time to
enter and to work In the room of the
drugged and unconscious master of the
Then, on noiseless feet, the despe desperate
rate desperate Blair steal? "upon the king of dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. Unseen, nnheard.. Blair creeps
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All shelled oysters are shipped in sealed tins and reach you as
fresh as when taken from the water. We solicit your orders.
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We ship the famous CRYSTAL RIVER OYSTERS
in Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching
you in a sanitary condition. We also furnish SALT
WATER FISH in any quantity. The most careful
attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information. .
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Ablock of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
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Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
! off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ilis.
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ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
pn sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming" season. Write us for
samples and prices.
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: On Saturday ad Moniayr 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
tasn. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Fresh seeds of all idnd3 at the
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S have recently retvH-ned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country, j
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches, ily reduction" in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of classes.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
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m the great
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(Continued on Page Three)
OCALA EVENING STAE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1913.
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POSITIVELY ALL NEW COMPANY.
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Thought for the Day
Nothing is more precious than
time, and those who misspend it are
the greatest of prodigals. Selected.
College Set to Return to Studies
The gay Yuletide vacation is rapid rapidly
ly rapidly nearing its end and there will be
a general exodus of the boys and
girls within the next few days, all
leaving by Monday night to resume
their studies except Miss Onie Cha Cha-zal.
zal. Cha-zal. a student at St. Genevieve con
vent, Asheville, who will prolong her
vacation until the ninth.
Sam Burford, Edward Connor and
Alfred MacKay will leave Monday
for the University of Florida and on
And his beautifully costumed screaming burlesque, "THE LOST RIVER the same day the Ocala representa-
IN JUNGLE LAND." tives at the Woman's uoiiege at xai-
lahassee will depart, namely: Misses
Mabel Meffert, Rexie. Todd, Annie
Pope Eagleton, Gladys Martin, Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Essex, Theo and Gladys Wallis.
Miss Lurline Bridges and Ruth Rentz
will also leave on Monday, returning
to Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga.
Miss Isabel Davis on Monday for
Southern College, Leroy Bridges on
for Wofford Collese, S. C.
John Lucius and his sister, Miss Eliz-
azeth Lucius of Columbia, S. C, who
have -been holiday guests of their
aunt, Mrs. T. E. Bridges, will depart
Sunday, the former for the University
of South Carolina and the latter to
resume her studies at the Woman's
College in Columbia. On Sunday W.
M. Martin will leave v for Georgia
Tech., Miss Stella Camp f or Hollms,
Va., Paul Weathers Saturday night
for Harvard, Wiley Burford Tuesday
for Princeton Earl Hall Sunday
night for Tome School, Miss Sarah
Pearl Martin Monday for Washing Washington
ton Washington Seminary and Miss Lois Dame the
same day for St. Joseph convent.
William Camp will leave Sunday for
Washington and, Lee University and
Laurie Benjamin will return to bt.
Leo next Thursday.
THE GREAT BIG FUN SHOW
ADMISSION, 50c. 75c. and $1.00
Seats on Sale at the COURT PHARMACY
It limits ofi No Pslbatle i
PROTECTION' from FIRE LOSS
Is of Even
GREATER INDIVIDUAL ."
IMPORTANCE TO YOU
Than the protection of the Country's
industries. ":. :. ,-
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of N. Y., Equitable Fire '& Marine,
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.Christmas greetings were received
in the city by friends from Mrs. Mar
garet Handler, who is now making
her home at West View, Yelventon,
South Devon, England. Seven years
ago Mrs. Handley left Ocala for
Bruges, Belgium, to educate her four
grandchildren who resided with' her,
at the same schools she educated her
own sons and daughters and she is
pleasantly remembered by a wide
circle of friends. t
Misses ODhelia Sawtell. Kathleen
Jackson, Messrs Pete Mcintosh and
T. D. Lancaster Jr. left on the early
train this morning for Orange Lake,
to spend the day with Misses Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and Blanch Mizelle. ?
dinner this evening, their guests in including
cluding including Misses Ruby and Pearl Ray,
Mis3 Mabel Meffert, Mr. Carl Ray
and Mr. Norton Davis. After the
dinner the party will attend Coburn's
minstels at the Temple.
Mrs. Scott, Honoree
Mrs. E. L. Scott of Birmingham,
Ala., a charming young matron who
will on Sunday conclude a holiday
visit to Ocala relatives, was the in
spiration this afternoon for a lovely
informal auction party given by her
sister-in-law, Mrs. J. H. Taylor. The
pretty courtesy gave pleasure to the
following ladies who were guests of
Mrs. Taylor: Mrs. Scott Mrs. Law
rence West, Williamsport, Pa., Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski Jr., of Tampa, Mrs.
E. B. Cade. Washington. Ga- Miss
Bessie Braswell, Kingston, N. C
Misses Virginia Mayo, Mary Burford,
Margaret and Mamie Taylor, Mrs. W.
D. Taylor, Mrs. Edward Holder, Mrs.
Charles Rheinauer, Mrs. E. L. Car
ney, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. W. S.
Bullock, Mrs. L. M. Murray and Mrs
D. B. Mayo. x
There were three tables of auction
players and the ladies not playintj
enjoyed chatting together.
During the afternoon a fruit salad
course with coffee, cake, almonds and
candies was served. The hostess was
assisted in entertaining by her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. G. S. Scott.
.-. . ..
Silver New Year Tea
' Combining its regular monthly sil silver
ver silver teas of December and January,
the Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will give a New Year
tea Friday afternoon and evening at
the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hern-
don at the manse. AH members of the
congregation and their friends are ex-:
tended a cordial invitation to attend.
Judge and. Mrs. W. S. Bullock have
returned from Tampa, where they
enjoyed Christmas with their daugh
ters, Mrs. C. V. Miller and Mrs. G. R.
(Continued from Page Twt
behind Duraud in the stmi-ilarkness of
Arthur's rooo a.- ti e arch thief pries
).' a the cabinet.
Durand has the Jiamoi;d and gloats
over it In the jrU-am f a had tiash-
liSht. Without a word l air deals him
a blow with all liis stre?:tb with the
slunsrshot be c arries. The blow glances,
and Durand. n ineau antagonist even
f jr the strong young."' Virginian, closes
in upon I; is. assaiiant.
They t-uie and sway and struggle.
Blair, held closely by Durand to
give full swing;; to bis deadly weapon,
rains blow sifter blow upon Durand at
short 'range.'; The costly furnishings of
the room are overturned and shattered
Arthur is roused by the struggle
from his drugged sleep and rises, wide
eyed, from his bed. Vivian, tu a
tremor of anxiety iu the .doorway.
switches iu the lights full and bright.
At the -light Blair nes to a frenzy
of mmterous ai-tivity. lit seizes Du
rand by the throat, hi.s veajon arm
now free, and brings the sluugshot
down with sirkening force upon the
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AC-i Or COOOS-IF IT TOUARS SOI CUES lHftFTO (
AlNT IVOONT PfiY VHAT I V TRUST YooftUCTl HCfiS tCH1 U PAY
VNOW OVJE Yoo .- v ( -tlT SATVSSftY
Him a Blow With the
skull of the bleedinsr Durand and then
Mrs. T. C. Fletcher and three chil- casts tne battered king of diamonds
from him with a mighty effort
Back, flung like a sack, the arch thief.
weak and stunned, falls against the
low. wide window and through it down
dren, who have been visiting- her
brother, Dr. E. G. Peek and family,
have returned to Williston.
Afr t V st-vina wW W the sheer height to the lawn below
.,, ... i striking full upon bis guilty, shattered
. head, breaking bis. neck.
" . But he has caiTied with him to his
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Taylor and death clutched with a grip Blair could
aaugnter are nome irom a nristmas not loosen, the diamond from the sky.
visit to Mrs. Taylor's sister, -Mrs. T. .s Durand lies broken and dead upon
J. Nixon, in Tallahassee. the ground a moaning figure crouches
. over him in the shadow. A hand
ATr. D. T. Feltnn has returned to wrests .the diamond from the relaxing
his home in Bartow after spending Pr.Tf'-1-;
Christmas with relatives in this city
thudding of hurried feet across the
lawn, and the watcher is gone, and
, i 1
It Always Helps
says Mrs. SylvanU. Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman s
tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use
rnrHni mv hack and head would hurt so bad, I
A thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able
J to do any of my houseworK. Alter taKing xnree uouics
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
1r I gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
s well ?s run a biff water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc, are sure signs of woman womanly
ly womanly trouble. Signs that you need -Cardui, the woman s
tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today ,6;
anaat.wimswn. mr. f eiron wiu re- .th h. -'iroeathe diamond from the
Miss Margaret Jackson left today turn to ucaia baturaay to anve oacK Rkv
cif hnr Krnther. his car, which on account of the
Mr .T C. JnVson Jr.. and wife. She rains he had to leave at the home of FOR RHEUMATISM
-To oa PataVn f bis brother, Dr. E. G. Peek. a nnn as an attack of rheumatism
u.. v. iT- begins apply Sloan's Liniment. Dont
. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hiers'and two waste time and suS er gfsesg7
' Dr.'and Mrs. Walter Hood motored sons left today in their car for Miami, 'm theTffected partsall you
Tolo4-1ro f nlatr aponmnoniol VlV flip gOlUg by Jacksonville. Uoori The. nam c-oes at once.
former's sister. Mrs. Middlebrook. A great sufferer writes: I was suf-
who took the trlin there for her home ?r. Charlie Howard and Mr. Harold --gjor tnree 1
at Fort Pierce. Mrs. Middlebrook wno were guests lor nnst- tried many medicines, they failed, and
h iVK.ot, flip cnipst ftf lier brothers ma-s of the former's brother, Mr. E. T was nnder the care of a doctor. For-
. -i- i. rw ,4 M. Howard and familv left todav for fnr.nt.elv I heard of Sloan's Liniment
lor a weeit, reiurmiig wiui.x..-uui .. . ----- "V ;4. Hnvs
Mrs. Hood from their trip to Miami. Miami to spend .WduZ25, 1 am employed at the
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Jewett. and lt- v where they employ from six to eight
t ; . I m -1 ill
. j..t,i.r. ,iiT-r!rp,l hands, and tnev sureiy wuj
iwu auracuve yuuiig uauguwia xc- . T r . ,, Tt
fnrr.P.1 tav their home in Lake- Mr. ju. M. r men rerornea yesier- near mi auuu,, t"
land after a pleasant visit with Miss day from his Christmas visit to ftlW 3"' 2
- t i a i tti; x. :n i v-
Meta Jewett and Mr. Stephen Jewett. Montgomery, xi. iiicu wm
remain with her parents m Montgom-
fo lios? vlio sent you Chr?Tjas Gifts
WHEN SOME UNEXPECTED FRIEND SENDS YOU A
CHRISTMAS GIFT SEND A "RETURN PRESENT" FOR NEW
YEAR'S AND MAKE SECURE THAT FAIENDSHIP FOR ALL
TIME. ; .
OUR STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL GIFT GOODS DOES NOT SINK
OUT OF SIGHT WITH THE SUN OF CHRISTMAS EVE. YOU
CAN STILL COME TO OUR STORE AND FIND THE GIFT YOU
WISH TO SEND. i4
PERHAPS WE KNOW JUST WHAT YOUR FRIEND WOULD
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE. RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
The Reliable Jeweler
GEO. C. PASTEUR, Prop.
Mr. Lowe Burford left Wednesday ery until about January 10th.
fry Vita Tirtnno in TToT4fnr1 A1j. after
spending the Christmastide with his The Star is glad to say that Miss
brother. Mr. R. A. Burford and fam- Marguerite Porter, swho sustained
jv painful injuries irom a tall yesterday,
' is much? better today.
Miss Fhnmilee Brideres and her
miest. Miss Edith George of Mays- Mrs. Charles Muncaster ana sons,
I J ville,. Ky., wHl leave Sunday to re- formerly residents cf this city, are
sume Liieir uuues as leacuei wjl uic ...w
Sumner, school. They are guests of rner's parents, Col. and MrsW. E
the former's aunt, Mrs. T. E. Bridges. Kay, arriving today from Columbus,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Anderson of
h4 Ocala, "returned from Webster Mon- Little Miss Lucy Camp Armstrong
Lw day morning, where they had been to wno nas Deen tne guest mis weeit ox
t Mrs. T. P. Bennett, will
8 tX ii iPs TYl u
For Good Wood
BIG Load for SI.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
J. Ii SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Quality .-.-and; bctyice
Special Attention Given to
:;,:; ': BE:CLEAM1NG
No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
20 W. Ft. Kino Ave
spend Christmas with Mrs. Ander
il if I son's sister, Mrs. Charlie Brown, leave Saturday for her home in ba
Florida's Most Beautiful Homelike Hotel
In the Heart cf the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Comfort, Elegance, Every Attention is given each guest, liuge
Verandas. Spacious Lobbys, and Halls. Every modern conven convenience
ience convenience in each room.
' Its tables and dining room service is second to none in the land.
A wide range of prices, according to the location of the rooms,
from $1.50 per day, per person to $6.00..
"Ycu'U feel at home at the Windsor. Glad you came and will
return," and its "Just a square from everywhere."
Wihle there they received many beau- vannah.
tiful Christmas presents. Their
friends at Webster extend to them Saturday the first golf tourna tourna-many
many tourna-many invitations to return, as Mrs. ment for this season will be begun
Anderson's visits are looked, forward at the Country Club. The trophy Tor
to with much pleasure. the tournament was given by Miss
Emily Stotesbury and only men will
Miss Edith Williams, is expected participate
home tomorrow from a Christmas
visit to friends at Brooksville. Mr. B. A. Weathers Jr. will con
elude his holiday visit home the last
Miss Gladys Osborn was hostess of the week, leaving Saturday night
last eveniner to a nleasant cartv. en-1 for New York.
tertaining a few members of the
school set at the home of her par- Cr. Charles A. Reeves of Ocala,
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osborn. spent Christmas here, with friends
and relatives. DeLand News.
S. -Weathers concluded to
A. F. WILSON,
lii- Adi ;i' iri "tlie StaF
day a holiday visit to Mr. Weathers j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers,
J j leaving for her home in Jacksonville.
w m m :
TV".i' T : TT TTT 1 1.1.
day for Tallahassee to attend the
educational association. He and Mrs.
Workman have spent the holidays
with the latter's parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. H. Oodge. On Friday they
will return to Miami, where Prof.i
Workman is supervising principal of
the Miami schools. Metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Osborn will
entertain at an attractive 6 o'clock
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
WHEN IN NEED OF
PHONE 2 3 5
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS i MINERS W IIS.CO
New Steamers.. Low Fares. Besl
v t -- - nil
service, wireiess ieiegipu
steamers. Through fare3 and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
U. a AVERY, AGENT
t. i t i e i
iLiiiiL Li LiiiUA V1LL
Effective January 12th
Leave Jacksonville 9:33 A. M., Fast Through Train to Chicago
MACON, ATLANTA. NASHVILLE, EVANSVILLE
Observation Cars, Steel Pullmans
FREE CHAIR CARS, DINING CARS
POTO AST LIN
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTn
Ff r ran-
Mclver k MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EaiDUlOS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
. r 1
rrnRY our Fresh Meat it' wil
ii please y oil Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Also fine Jine of Groceries.
: T "1M
Put Your Ad. in th
' VJI tot v4
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 35, 1913.
Wi ill r-v i
rr HAVE a Double Decked Carload of six Maxwell
Cars that were shipped from Detroit on Decem December
ber December 21st These cars will arrive in Ocala about Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. There is ONE of them UNSOLD. Speak
quick if you want it.
: AY TUD I )
WO FIVE-PASSENGER FORD CARS, fully equip
ed, and in good condition. Half Cash, balance
GAIL, A, jFI.OIR.10A,
OCALA OCCURENCES f
Mr. M. L. Payne of Fairfield is in
the city today.
Fresh Rape set J just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
G.t a Japanese basket at half price
Dm j Slcre. tf
.i it n :
lore incy are an gone, ueng
rir. Charles Rogers, custodian of
Co Ocala government reservation
cast of the Oklawaha river, is among
tlo business visitors in the city today.
ji.in-jtiiiitinili. il 11 mil I. ii i 1 1 1
T.'e fc.-,ve a few Japanese baskets
I.. CI which we are offering at .half
jr. rice. Ceng's Drug Store. tf
The county judge today, issued a
marriage license to Mr. S. Wilbur
Whldden and Miss Mildred Mae Mar Mar-re!
re! Mar-re! I of Dslleview.
LJr. J. R. Rogersof Lynne was in
the- city today. He has just begun
Lrc.".T:ing up his land for early spring
cro-i, and will plant more extensive
ly than ever this season.
TT. u. Lane, il. IX, Physician and
Surjrc-on, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
lrr;:at. Law Library Building, Ocala,
The Dunnellon Woodmen of the
World are anticipating a big time at
their regular meeting tomorrow
night. Head Consul J. S. Blitch of
Montbrook, and Mr. C. H. Dame, state
organize will be present with them
at their meeting.
Rather than pack them away, will
sell the few Japanese baskets at half
price. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. E. C. Beloate, traveling sales salesman
man salesman for the Maxwell Motor Sales Co.,
with headquarters in Jacksonville,
stopped over in town today to con consult
sult consult with the local agent of the company.
The following reports of tempera temperature
ture temperature and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
Capt. J. B. Martin, the Oklawaha
turpentine operator, is in Ocala on
Cold weathe: is here. Get a bigger
lead of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mul. Phone 234. 3-tf ;
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
December 1 62 36 1 ..
December 2 1.64 36
December 3 61 36
December 4 ........ 64 32
December 5 .... . . .69 40
December 6 68 40
December 7 65 44
December 8 ..,.61 43 .05
December 9 66 43 ..
December 10 ... .... .65 36
December 11 '. 71 39
December 12, 61 52 .26
December 13 .,. .60 44
December 14 58 35
December' 15 63 34
December 16 ..73 34
December 17 1.77" 58
December 18 ...67 48 .".
i December 19 65 39
i December 20 ....60 45 4.03
December 21 .49 33
December 22 55 28.
December 23 63 34
December 24 '.69 34
December 25 75 36 ..
December 26 55 29
December 27 .. 68 36 ..
December 28 ....... .74 s 42
December 29 69 .' 54
1! II HS
New bean seed are. now in, and as
they are scarce better get yours now.
Ocala Seed Store. 30-tf
!M E have only 14 Suits left in
stock from this season's pur-
These must be sold.
Beginning JANUARY 1st, we will I
i f 1 I I t :i
that sold up to S17.50 at
1 3 5 I
I I 111
that sold up to S25.00 at
ID' m HfW 8
These Suits will be sold for Cash Only. f$
Positively NO Exchanges. Alterations Free. f
Ve are making Tremendous Reductions II
on Ladies' Costs, Sxvcaters and Dresses.
'a LADIES' SHOPPING CENTER
Generally fair tonight and Friday,
except rain Friday northwest portion.
Senator J. S. Blitch and hs smart
young son, Clifford, weer in town to
day from their home at Montbrook
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them .11 the time.
tf Carter's Bakery.
Mr. L. W. Ponder has returned from
Orlando, where he enjoyed several
days with his parents.
A fishing and hunting party passed
through Ocala today from Shell IsL IsL-and,
and, IsL-and, where they have been spending
a week. The party consisted of
Messrs. Dick Christian, Walter Math
ews, Frank Wilson and Herman Bag-
ley of Tampa, Mr. John Carney of
Lake Weir, and Mr. James Hill of
Ocala. They, were quite fortunate
during their stay, on the gulf, tho the
weather man handed them several
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
casb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Messrs. Arthur Quadt and the two
Naugle brothers of Decatur, Mich.,
are guests of Mr. Max Tobeleski at
his home in North Ocala.
Two of the employees a Hayes &
Guynn's store will receive coca-cola
in bottles, as our treat, by calling on
Ollie Mordis and -presenting this no notice.
tice. notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
FORDS AT A -BARGAIN
Two fivepassenger Ford cars, fully
equipped and in good condition. Half
cash, balance monthly payments.
R. R. Carroll, at Star Office.
Why You Should Use Chamberlain's
Because it has an established repu
tation won by its good works.
Because it is most-: esteemed by
those who have used it for many
years, as occasion required, and are
best "acquainted with its good quail
Because it loosens and relieves a
cold and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition.
, Because it does not contain opium or
any other narcotic.
Because it is within the reach of all
It only costs a quarter.. Obtainable
everywhere. .. Adv.
::t SEE TEE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
( Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. Hood Entertained Her Sunday j
School Class j
Sunday school, comprising a member-j
ship of nearly, fifty young ladies and j
matrons, was the guest this after-j
noon of its teacher, Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Annually Mrs. Hood entertained her
class and the parties are always the
lcveliest of the year, the talented
hostess sparing no pains to carry out
in the most minute, detail the special
feature decided upon for her enter
tainments. In consequence the affairs
are anticipated events and rarely is
a party given in the city. that exem exemplifies
plifies exemplifies more careful preparation than
the ones at which Mrs. Hood enter entertains
tains entertains her class.
For this afternoon China was feat
ured. The entire lower floor was
decorated in: symbols suggestive of
that country, the decorative scheme
being both instructive and pretty.
Mrs. Hood graciously received her
guests at the front door and receiv
ing with her were Mrs. Bunyan Steph
ens and Mrs. Julia E. Stephens. In
the reception hall punch was served
by the hostess' daughter, Mrs. Lew
Lyons of DesMoines, Iowa. The table
on wrhich the punch bowl rested was
covered with a handsome cloth im imported
ported imported from China. Brown baskets
filled with red chrysanthemums gave
a delightful floral touch to the recep reception
tion reception hail and other rooms.
' For the occasion Mrs. Hood invited
Miss Johnson, a reader of ability who
H in the city for the winter, to tell
the story of a Bible Woman. The
class for five years has helped to sup support
port support a woman in the missionary field
in China and" the story was partic particularly
ularly particularly appropriate and vividly Miss
Johnson pictured the customs of
China, the life of the boys and girls
and the work accomplished in one daj
by a Bible woman. Her remarks were
supplemented by 1 a talk from. Dr.
Hertzog, who has done -church work
for some time in the Orient. A num
ber of charming musical selections
further added to the pleasures of the
A salad course with tea and ginger
was served and assisting the hostess
were Mrs. B. H. Seymour, Miss Fran
ces Tarver and others.
Mrs. Clark Entertained for Miss
; Miss Bessie Hybart, an attractive
visitor, from "Mobile, Ala., was the
honor guest at an informal theater
party last evening given by her host
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
The guests on this delightful oc occasion
casion occasion were Misses Hybart, Collie
Clark, Blair Woodrow, Hester Dewey,
Mary Burf ord, Onie Chazal, Martha
Kate Rentz, Messrs. Wiley Burford,
Charlie" Chazal, Frank Harris Jr.,
Clarence Meffert, James Bartley,
John Batts, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark and
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek.
From the Temple the jolly crowd
repaired to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Clark, where a tempting refreshment
course of coffee and Christmas cakes
was enjoyed. Punch was served
when the guests assembled to go to
W. II. BAKER,
R. V. COVINGTON,
. Stale Sept,
iUlUiii (Elili, S MlMiiLiK bvbiiCtlV
OF FLOMPA '
Florida's Greatest Ch'arlty 9f '".
'mis society has provided for during the year just closing over Eight Hundred Orphan Children c?
Florida. These helpless, homeless and friendless little ones have beeen cared for just as lovingly ani
with every attention that they would have in their own homes, and most of them have been placed in
permanent homes of their own with their foster parents.
To carry on this great work, which the Star considers one of the most noble works of the state, has
cost a great deal of money and the society is short several thousaid dollars. The society is very anx anxious
ious anxious to close the year out of debt.
Won't ycu send some money to the treasurer whatever you can spare, from 25 cents up? Won't
you do it now? Beter still, won't you write the society and tell it that you wil pay so much a year,
payable quarterly, and send the first quarterly payment with your letter?
One of the handsome little books, issued each year, containing a full report of the society's accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments will be mailed you if you write for it.'
You who have of this world's goods, send a small portion of it to those who have not.
This space is not, paid for by the society. It is a part of the Star's aid to this noble work.
Send all remittances to
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381 St. Ja
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RLNT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR FOR SALE Ford touring car,
fully equipped, in splendid condition,
at a bargain. Time on part. .Apply
to R. R. Carroll, Star office. tf
FOR SALE A powerful 4-cylinder
roadster automobile, in fine shape
throughout, $200; one-fourth cash,
balance $25 per month. Apply to R.
R. Carroll, Star office. tf
LOST On Christmas eve, a brown
and white marabou (feather) boa and
half dozen handkerchiefs. Finder will
please notify this office. 12-28-tf
FOR SALE Pair of six-year-old
mare mules, weight about 1200
pounds each. Apply, to B. Carter,
Ocala,. Fla". 27-6t
collector. Can give references. Ad Address
dress Address W. 0. Chambliss, care the Star
WANTED At once, employment by
young married man, of good mechan mechanical
ical mechanical ability; will work at anything.
Address K. O. A., care Star. 291t
Owes Her uood Health to Chamber
"I owe my good health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two ysars
ago I was an invalid due to stomach
trouble. I took three bottles of these
tablets and have since been in the
best of health." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
WANTED At once, a crew of men
to do sawmill and tram road work.
Limestone Manufacturing Co., Lime Limestone,
stone, Limestone, Fla. 14-tf
FOR RENT Store room now being
used by the pawn shop. Possession on
January 1st. Apply at Pawn Shop,
Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
Laughter Aids Digestion
Laughter "s one cl-the most health healthful
ful healthful exertions; it is of great help to
digestion. A still more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. Ii
you should be troubled with indiges indigestion
tion indigestion give them" a trial. They only
cost a quarter. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt return returned
ed returned last evening from Chiefland, Levy
county, where they attended the fu funeral
neral funeral of Mr. Clyatt's sister, Mrs. S.
C. Clyatt, who died at her home in
Otter Creek on Tuesday morning. A
husband and two children survive Mrs.
Clyatt. Another brother, Mr. L. J.
Clyatt, of Bartow, accompanied the
Ocala members of the family to the
' Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Duval and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William
Hocker and family were visitors to
Leesburg Tuesday, spending the day
with Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote.
Mrs, C. E. Winston accompanied
Mr. Winston on a. business trip to
WildwGod today, motoring through in
WOOD We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pine or oak.
Converge Mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
t'A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
; the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms on
fust or second floor, private bath
with hot and cold water; also rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. Brinkley, 610 Fort King
Fresh seeds of all kinds at' the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
FOR RENT Six room cottage; bath
with hot and coldwater; all modem
conveniences; one door south of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club building on North Tusca Tusca-wiila
wiila Tusca-wiila street. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Erown, phone 162. 12-27-6t :
FOR RENT Desirably located cot cottage,
tage, cottage, five rooms with modem conven convenience?.
ience?. convenience?. Apply to Mrs. R. T. Weaver,
r.t Haycraft Millinery parlors, next
to Masters'. 12-29-Gt
POSITION WANTED By youn
man of experience in retail grocery
or bakery business; well acquainted
with city trade; gocd solicitor and
The Fuller dental offices have been
moved to the second floor of the
Union blockover Nash's store.
9-6t R. D. Fuller, D. D. S.
TO CURE CHILDREN'S COLDS
OCALA FHATERI1AL 01
)IAi;iON-IUXX M"?OMC LOl'.j;
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets oa the first ana tMrJ
Thursday evening" of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burmtt, W. il.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
CHAlTMf SO, 13, H. A. .U.
Regular convocations, of the Oca.1i
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on tL
tourth Friday in eery motn at
8 p. m. II. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown Sec'y.
wcv--njiEs of Tin: voi;u
Keep child dry, clothe comfortable,
avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It i3 pleasant, sooth soothing,
ing, soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and re reduces
duces reduces inflammation. The first dose
gives relief, continued treatment with
proper care will avoid serious illness
or a long cold. Don't delay treatment.
Don't let your child suffer. Get a bot bottle
tle bottle today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-IIoney.
25c at druggists. 2
HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE sGXS
Fort King Camp No. 14 carets
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second anl foarth Friday. Vioitir.r
sovereigns ere always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, t Q.
Chas. K. Fa'; fietk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. i!9, O. E. C,
meets at Vonge's, hall tiie se.cr;d ami
fourth l'hurs lay tsveaiags of eacb
uionth at 7:u o'clock.
Mrs. iJmily Webb, W. 11.
Mrs. Liliian MCimi.f, Scc'y.
" The Star ofice has the regulation
hotel-room fire exit sign card3 in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
nd the hotel inspector. Price, 25 for
$1; EO for 1.50; 1G0 for $2 25. Pos Postage
tage Postage prepaid. d7-w-tf -11-2.-15
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
j meets in Yonge's Hall every Tue5c:-y
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm c-I--oae
always extend ;d to vi?.t)r;
brethren. M. M. Little, N, Q.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
co.cokiia LiOdgt: v. r. or
Bear This in Mind
"1 consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy by far the best medicine in
the market for colds and croup," says
Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many
others are of the same opinion. Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
'Contractor in the citv.
Coacordia Loage, Frsterna? W.'.cn
jf America, meets in Yont"-- Hall
:n the second Thursday evev: j cl
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. l M.
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afternoon at 2:S9 at Cas tle Hall, we At
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
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