The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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London, Xov. 17. A sensation
was caused this afternoon by the an j

nouncemeut imade by- Premier As As-quith
quith As-quith in the House of Commons that
the British government had decided
to declare the Xorth Sea military
area. T!iis will be a severe -blow to
the nouti'al countries of Denmark
and Hollar d, which jet imports from
ships which traverse the North Sea.
The i:meit Uir declare 1 the action was
necess iry r.o prevent Germany from
getting st pplles. This action may in influence
fluence influence Holland in Germany's favor.


, Paris, 'Xov. 1 7. -r.he official an-1

houncemnt at ? c'clcck this after
noon tiayiir ; H ,v

A ioIini t artHlery battle is pro- j

reedinr i.ll. alonjj ,thq. line in Eel-

:;rium, ; at V.&ieuport j before--' Dixtitide 1

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The Genrans have jjeen forcell to
nbanden i;rt of ? their; trenches V by
(he flo-xla .Two CrDrra an attacks Jaivtf
hen npu'sjd. .Tfcr'alliiss made mark marked
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-Vienna, Mov. 17.--It is officially
announced t!iat Austrians have oc oc-dTpisd
dTpisd oc-dTpisd Kul:i!)ara, capturing 8,000
Servians, 4 2 ; cannon, 31 machine
gun and a .jreat quantity of muni muni-ti.oni
ti.oni muni-ti.oni i -." .' 1 -. '
Vienna, iv.iv. 17. It is officially
announced ;mt the Austrians have
captured Valievo and Obrenovac, im import,
port, import, lit Servjhin towns.


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Athens, Xov. 7. The American
cruiser Tennessee has arrived at
Bourla, Asia Elinor Her appearance
is expected ';o lessen the persecution
directed aL'riinst the subjects of the
allied powers. (The foregoiDg dis-
patch -was severely censored).

Purity ii paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into i your, prescriptions her?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31 -tf

We wiii nave film? for ycur kudak'
at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12



.Wa;ihingUi:lf- Xov. 17. Senator
iFletcirier aim dy has received evi evidence
dence evidence -ai that: t I splendid : market is
opening abnt d for naval stores,
lioberi: Lanst. g, acting ssreretary of
state, writes p Senator Fletcher 3S
"I uke plitisure in informing yau
that tie AmSdcan consul at iann iann-heim
heim iann-heim ;Germai r, nas informed this
deparunent t jat turpentine being no
longer contrjiand,' is in great de demand
mand demand at Iani heim; that the Mann Mann-heim
heim Mann-heim chambe of commerce attest s
these; facts ark' that the consul has"a
list of interested firms in nls files."


'Mr. '-Charlie Goddard will iut on a
line of hacks (jetween the square and
the fair, grounds next week for the
fair association with a 10 cent fare
each way (oui or back) so that those,
who wish to to need not pay the 25
cent rate eae'i way.


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CsTaco, Arizona Zs'ov, 17. General
Villa's troops resumed their attack
against the Carranbalsists intrench intrenched
ed intrenched at iXaco, Sonora, this morning.
Mrs. iKrohn, the wife of the Am American
erican American railway superintendent', was
shot in the head on the American
side, !but her -wound Is not serious.
By noon the firing was brisX.



Berlin, Xov. 17 (via wireless)
The official statement issued todav
says: ..Yesterday was a quiet day in
the west. South of Verdun and
northeast of Circy the French made
several unsuccessful attacks. The
Operations in the eastern theater are
progressing favorably.

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IjAST night
Atlanta, Xov. 17. Thin ice formed
here this morning and the thermom thermometer
eter thermometer touched twenty -six above. The
weather bureau predicts a -further
drop of several degrees tonight.
Frost tonight in the north and interi interi-or
or interi-or is the Florida forecast.







Constantinople, Xov. 17. 'It is re reported
ported reported here that the Turkish attacK
on the lEnglish at Fao, resulted in
less to the British of 100 killed.



;;' ; :': -ships meet ,t
Copenhagen, Xov.' 17.- (Reports
frm German sour ies state that the
R isisl&n HJaltic saadron has left
LH slsing'fors to en sage v th:t German
squadron in the 'Baltic.



(Rome, Xov. 17. 'The foreign .min .minister
ister .minister today summoned al the tlalian
amfcaridors of Europe to come to
'Home to discuss Italy '& neutrality

London, 'Xov. 17. Dispatches re-j

ceived here today state that Cracow,
the Galician Austrian stronghold, is
in flames, as. the resnlt of the thun thunderous
derous thunderous Russian bombardment. The
Tall of the fortress'ds Imminent. fThe
population of the city has fled. A
hundred thousand .Austrians are de

fending the city.



London, (Xov. I v. rrhere ere now
three monarchs grid four lieirs to
thrones afield with tho various arm armies.
ies. armies. The czar, kaiser ; king of Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, Prince of ;Wales, Crown. Prince
Frederick. of Germany, the Arcnduke
Charles of Austria and the crown
prince of Servla are wfth the armies
of their countries. :


Ac 'ventist Official Killed While Try.
' o Operate an Elevator
' 'Orlando, iXov.. 1 7. Wi llianji H.
Leij, secretary cf tte Florida Tract
Soeisty, a Seventh Day Advmntist. or or-garii;'.ation,
garii;'.ation, or-garii;'.ation, when 1 e attDhaptel to
Operate the elov.ator in the building
in v hi?h his office was located was
instantly killed her? Sunday. His
boily was caught between the eleva elevator
tor elevator and the floor.

Merchant Cafe, ; C. I. depot
corner. Meals a la carta and lunches
at arty hou:-. Ad r.

We always have, on hand u fresh
supply of the fan cus orris cindiss.
Court Pharmacy. 2 Gt

We will have an individual tele tele-j
j tele-j phone at tie fair, grounds for the
j use of the public, fres of .hare.



Petrograd, iXov. 17. It is official officially
ly officially admitted that the Germans made a
sudden invasion through tho Vistula
valley and reached QPlock. This cans cans-ed
ed cans-ed much uneasiness until it was offi officially
cially officially announced today that the Ger Germans
mans Germans -were effectually cheeked with
heavy losses and compelled to aban abandon
don abandon their attack on the fortress of
Xouogeorgieu sk.

Petrograd, XovJ 1-7. Russian" war warships
ships warships cooperating "with land forces
are resisting the Turkish advance
along the Black Sea coast. The shell shelling
ing shelling of Turs caused heavy losses.
-v Petrograd, iXov. 17.--Tt is oSIcial oSIcial-ly
ly oSIcial-ly reported that the Russians 'have
Occupied the ; town of Possesern,
which Is only nine miles from the
Prussian fortress at Loetzern.


Kokomo, Jnd., Xov. 17. The Ko-

of 2000 men next Monday.



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Washington, Xov. 17. Optimism
over the cotton situation was: ex expressed
pressed expressed by President WTiIson today,
who think?" that the south is steadily
improving, pointing out quotations
on cotton which are. by no means
worse t!aan they -have frequently
jbeen In .-other years.
NewTorl:', Xcv. 17. Chapin Co.
published an OKinion today that it.
would, "be isometjme 'before the cct cct-ton
ton cct-ton market developed any; -definite

Liverppol, .Xov. 17. Spot cottoi
is quiet and unchanged 'today. D-Iid-dling,
; New -York, tNbv. '17, Cotton U
steady; 'December, 7.30; old Janu January,
ary, January, 7.53; March, 7.71; May, 7.04.



One Hundred and Thirl r-Oro VAufi
Transferred in October
Washington, (Nov. 17, One hun hundred
dred hundred and thirty-one ships. Tere added
to the American merchant marino in
October through transfers, from for foreign
eign foreign registry. and cons'iruction of
new vessels in the United States, ac according
cording according to an announcement Ijy tho
(bureau of navigation. One nundre.1

wooden and eight of tmetal construc construction
tion construction with a tonnage of 21,724
were ibullt in American yards. Sixty Sixty-eight
eight Sixty-eight are steamers, five sailing craft
and twerLt3"-seven unrigged.

STATi OXER Y at reduced prices at

If ytJU have no slioun drm't let It
worry you, as you can rent vne from
ii-'j nt a vety loir rental, Ocala Iuvrj
Av I,nru iWirp-. VUv 't,vn'i 1?

South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf





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If you have never had one y otil should
let us make your Winter Suit. The fit
and workmanship can't he beat, even if
you do pay from $25 to S30, you can't
get a better suit.
Here's where you get double value for your money for
you save the middleman's profit. See our striking line
of snappy up-to-date Patterns and Shades in Worsteds,
Cheviots, Serges, Scotches and Tweeds.
Take' your chr ice nd pick the st3fle you prefer. That
is all there is to it

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Gut' expert tailor and cutter will take
your measure and your clothes will be
made in our sun-lit shops by expert cut cutters
ters cutters and skilled tailors.
We will give you a perfect fit, the
best you ever. had,-. or1 we will give you
your inoiiey back, that's our way ..of
doing business.
We are in the Caria Build ing, Ocala



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IX. R. 'Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
J. H. 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 .50

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


The JMarion County Board of
Trade will hold a meeting tomorrow
evening, at which commission gov government,
ernment, government, the fair, train schedules
and several other affairs of first im importance
portance importance will toe discussed. (All the
members should take notice and at at-tend.
tend. at-tend.


This is the name of a neat .booklet
published by the aiarion County
Board of Trade, and Just issued. It

Is called the "follow-nip" .booklet 'be

on a train that would reach Tarpon

Springs in the evening.

If this trip 13 a success I shall

bring many more via Ocala. I Relieve
you are anxious to have Ocala plac-

ed on the map in ibig tdack r type

Send booklet of Ocala and send to

the tMallory S. "S. Co. some literature.
Could find none there today and it

Is one of the places for It In New
York. "Sincerely,
"Mrs. Chas; II. Jewett."

Ocalaabout 11 o'clock. About nancial world and otherwise.


11:20; .this train returned to Juliette,

to meet the northbound train on the

; &KKK4'4'M&e C I 3$ C 1 I Z C I 1 X 111 1

This being a most favorable season
of the year and a time "when ieffor-

west coast division, and then return- maticn as to Florida's claims. and ad

ed to Ocala "by 12:50. It would not j antages is raost eagerly sought,

be excessive work or expense to fol evjsry possible assistance, should b3

low this schedule now, as the train
would in till have to run .only 140
miles a day, and it -would be exactly
the schedule that the people want.
The Star doesn't think that any
railroad should 'be required to run
trains at a loss, but it should do a3
much as it can to accommodate its
patrons. : : ; i '"

given this great work that will re
dound to 'Florida's gain.




Mr. N. 1. Gottlieb, state organizer
for the Fraternal Union, who has

cause it follows -up .with statements Hoveled extensively in South 'Flor

in cold type the brilliant pictures of Ida the last two or three years, ana
the Marion County Booklet, -which is about as well posted on affairs in
was Issued .with such .marked success that region as anyone, -writes to the
last year. Star as follows regarding the change
The .booklet is bound in red, and o'f schedule for "Sunny jim". from a
the outside cover page is lettered In daily to a tri-weekly train:
bold type, Clarion County, IFlorida, (Lakeland, Fla., Nov. 16, 1914.
Land of Fulfilled Promises." The "Editor Star: '.Having 'heard that
word -Ocala" stands out prominent- the A. C. L. R. JR. will change 'Sun-
!y on the page and across the fbottom nyJimV daily run into a tri-weekly
are the pithy statements, "Agricul- one, .1 think it a'bout time that Ocala
tural (Prosperity Precedes Commer- P"t in a strong -protest against such
cial Supremacy' and "Cooperation a measure. It therefore behooves
is the Keystone that Secures Sue- yon to stir them oipsome.V Your-
ces3 v celf the Banner, the Board of Trade,
The booklet contains 38 pages of in fact, all of Ocala ought to sit up
solid information about Marion and take notice, for if Sunnyjlm is
-county. Nearly all its resources and changed Into a tri-weekly train It
llts most prominent localities are will.hurt Ocala's trade, more than
-carefully and concisely described, you have any idea of.
'-There Is no glowing language in it. ?ours .for the good of dear ld
It Is a careful compilation of- facts Ocala, : "N. I. Gottlieb
such as will convince any who read Star will .be very sorry to. see
.t Sunnyjim changed to a tri-weekly
"jLcross the top of every page are train, and .is of the opinion that it
other right-to-the-spot statements anigbt as well hediscontinued alto-
amply .backed up by .facts, such sether. The railroad men claim,
. "Tnrimi Countv: Good as the however, that the train is 'being run

at a loss, and the Star lhas little

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ter than the litest for Hog and (Hom (Hominy."
iny." (Hominy." At the bottom of each page the
"'reader 13 told, "If you wish to secure

mare detailed information of Mar-

doubt that they are telling the truth

yir. J. G. Kirkland, district passen passenger
ger passenger agent of the Coast lilne, Inform

ed the Star last April that the train

-ion county, write the Marion' County was not making money, and -matters
rvr.A rt ta i for it have since then grown worse

The booklet sdves the character of Instead of better. The closing down

the soils, a list of stock and farming of the phosphate .mines has cut off a

flntrles. crors and their markets. at ;; traIn 3 'siness

climate and rainfall, values of real nd this knows from personal

estate, write-ups of the county in

general, of Ocala, Anthony, Citra,
Dunnellon, Sparr, .Mcintosh, Oak,

Summerfield, tReddlck, JBelleview,
Lowell, Kendrlck, Silver Springs' and

the Oklawaha.

It is a (booklet that should be
placed in the 'hands of every farmer
in a northern state who -wants to
carry on his work' in a more -genial

cibservation that where a dozen or so

of passengers -formerly went out on

the train In the morning and return

ed in the evening, only two or three
go and come now. The Star ls also
informed by the railroad men that

travel Is very light on the Lakeland

end of the line. It is contrary to

reason to suppose the railroad would

want to take the train off if it .paid,

and dt would ibe "unreasonable of the

rHmp nrkmhined with the nlctures

of "Facts and Photos." it would b h0 to Xpect the ralIroad to

irresistible argument.
It is not out of nlace to state' that

this ibooklet was mostly compiled by hrallroad wiH keep up the tri-weekly

Secretary iRooney last summer, at a

the train if it doesn't pay. As the

Star understands the matter, the

service until business becomes bet

ter, then It will Testore the daily

schedule; meantime the tri-weekly

train to Wilcox will ibring some bus

iness to this city that would other otherwise
wise otherwise stay away.

It will, however, he a very good

idea for the Board of Trade to take

the matter up with the railroad and

see what can ibe done toward keep

ing the train running.
If the railroad twants to save the
expense of a train, and still do a
good business, its hest plan -would be
to put Sunnyjim on 'between Ocala

and Sanford, a train that this entire
territory has been needing for years.

With our present system of railroad

lines and trains, this part of the

state from Tampa to Jacksonville is

The interest of prospective tour- split in two, and a traveler can't go

Ists in IFlorida is ibeing awakened to to any place on either side -without

a large extent iby the vigorous adver- going around by one of the ends. A

tising campaign that was carried on I morning and evening train ibetween

tnis summer ana tail. proor oi mcala and Sanford' wonld ,b the

this may be found In the following closest connecting link that could be

extracts from a letter to Secretary -made without buildiner more track.

Rooney hy a lady who intends to lead J and the Star hears enough from the

time he was supposed to he taking

ihis vacation. He was suffering at

that time from an injury to his leg,

caused .by stepping thru a treacher treacherous
ous treacherous cattle guard, and had to do most

of the work lying down with the in

jured memiber propped on pillows.

The (booklet is another proof of his

energy and discrimination in public publicity
ity publicity work.

Every citizen in CMarion county

should send one or more copies to

friends in northern states.

The -booklet rwas printed In the

Ocala Star joh office.

In Washington Monday Secretary

'McAdoo signed the formal order an announcing
nouncing announcing that the twelve federal re
serve hanks were established and
ready, for business. Jt was the final
step required to set in motion the
nation's new currency system and
found the regional banks ready for
operation. V ; T ;
The regional hanks which will
serve as centers to provide for the
commercial requirements of the

country have been established in iNew

York, Boston Philadelphia, Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Chicago, Minneapolis, St.

Louis, Kansas City, Atlanta, Rich

mond, Dallas and 'San Francisco.

Their operations for the next few

months will consist largely of the re-

discounting of notesdrafts and hills

of exchange. Later their field will

he extended to permit them J.o ex

ercise remaining functions defined

by the currency law.

In the new system are 7,57:1 mem-

foer ibanks with an authorized capital

placed at $106,795,600. One-sixth

of that, amount has heen called In

and placed in theirvaults, i Cash re

serves in the twelve regional banks

is estimated at nearly 250,000,000
drawn 'under the currency law .from
present reserve agents of the mem member
ber member fbanks.' :; : 1 : ': : ;

IMemhers of the federal reserve

hoard feel today that they have es

tablished the system just when con

ditions presented excellent opportun

ity to test its value. ':'Aibiiity of : the

reserve banks t re-discount com

mercial paper has heen looked to as

a means of providing financial ma

chinery for the movement of crops

and meeting general business needs.

Asserting that the opening of the

"banks marked a new era in the nis-

tory of hnsines3 and finance In the
United States, Secretary f EMcAdoo

added: ; ,:

"Jt is ihelieved that they -ill ptat ;
an end to the annual anxiety from
which the country 'has suffered for
the past generation about insufficient
money and credit to move the crops
eaoh year and will give such staoil staoil-Ity
Ity staoil-Ity tothe hanking ihusiness that the
extreme fluctuations In interest rates
and; available credits which have
characterized hanking in the past
will be destroyed permanently.",
'The chief attraction and value of
the new system, according to Its In Interpreters,
terpreters, Interpreters, are to the found in the
elasticity it will give to recognized
paper currency. The federal reserve

notes, which probably will replace

he familiar national ibank notes, will

he issued on commercial paper aris-

g out of actual Tbusiness transac

tions. It is designed; that they will

rise and fall in amount according to

he flow In the tide of v business.

They will he government obligations,

having tback of them a large gold re

serve in the regional ibanks. Re

serve hanks through them,' are ex

pected to aid member Jbanks having
good paper -but needing cash.

One of the pleasures of a summer
vacation is, the home, coming and to
have about half cf the; people yoa
meet on the street tell you "how well
you are looking" and that they are
"glad o see you hack." Of course

you know they are talking thru their

a fellow feel good. Another of the

pleasures is thar he can generally
learn a good deal about his home

place tho he may he a thousand miles

away from It, 'for instance while In

iXew York we paid, a visit to the

aquarium and took a look at the fin finest
est finest exhibition of live fish to be Ipund

in the world. '

The huilding in which the exhihi-

tion Is held Is the old Castle Garden;

a ibuilding dear to the hearts of the

older generation tof CN'ew York, as

the Ibuilding was used as a circus,

and place of entertainment for many
years hy the great showman T. P.

Barnum. (It was in this .building

that ihe introduced Jenny Ond to her &

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AWAJvEXING thelr interest

a party over the Oklawaha Toute this
(New Yor k (Nov. 11,1914.
lily dear Qlr. iRooney: 1 am con contemplating
templating contemplating hringing a party to Flor Florida
ida Florida in January and propose to -visit
Ocala. The party will consist of
ten or more. IMy present plan is to
leave New York via the A. C. L.. to
Atlanta, and leave Atlanta at such
time as will put us in Palatka in
time to catch the Oklawaha iboat to
Silver Springs. There I would want
to eecure transportation to Ocala
without making the return trip. The
party will remain in Ocala until next
day. We would want to leave Ocala

traveling public to 'know that it

would appreciate and patronize such

a train if it was put on. The Star's

opinion on this subject is shared by

one oi xne Desi postea passenger

agents in the Coast Line's employ.

As for tne Homosassa train, the

new schedule of which is simply kill

ing business between Citrus county

and Ocala. if the Coast Line would

put on the old schedule successfully

practiced for years 'by the Plant Sys System,
tem, System, it would save all the 'money it

does now, make more for itself and

accommodate the people. The Plant
System ran a train out of Homosassa

in the early morning, he train Teach



The Southern Banker, the only

magazine of its kind in the South

eastern states published in the Inter Interest
est Interest of thanks and ibanking, Is alive

to the importance of advertising
more extensively the advantages of
its territory.

Information reaches us that- this

company will shortly send a repre

sentative into Florida for the pur

pose, of gathering Information to be

used in the publication of a Greater

Florida edition as a supplement in
equal size to its present .regular

Undoubtedly it will result in bring

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The Southern Banker should be
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the initial number of this character

in its career Of more than 12 years

Appreciating this, the people of Flor

ida generally county hoards, commer

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zens citizens should join heartily with The
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The fact that this, the largest and
only financial magazine in fourteen
Southern States, takes up this work
and will place a Greater Florida edi edition,
tion, edition, wherever their own paper pene penetrates,
trates, penetrates, is an. advantage out of the
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that this state. will he prominently
hrought hefore the people of the fi-

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possession, that ail the thousands of

foot on the soil of the American con-Y

It Is i large roof lighted ibuilding
With an upper -gallery extending all
around It and every tfoot of wall
space is occupied hy large glass front fronted
ed fronted tanks In which are to ibe seen
specimens of live fish from every
quarter of the globe, the names of
fish and their original home is paint painted
ed painted on the front of each tank, and the
fact that Interested "s the most
as It naturally would was that near nearly
ly nearly one half of the exhibits were Flor Flor-Ida
Ida Flor-Ida fish or fish said to have heen
caught off the Florida coast. There

was one fish In particular around i
whose tank a large audience was al-

ways, congregated, a' fish, indiscriba-

'hie heautlfu) 'both in shape and col-

or. and which ibore the appropriate
name of Angel fish. But to us the

mostremarkahle part of this fish I f

story Is that it came from Key West,
where we ;have always supposed that

angels were somewhat scarce;.

!lt i was early in August that we
were in New York. One day we no noticed
ticed noticed several hundred men arranged
by the police ins a long line. 2 or 3
aJbreast and -under the arches of the

elevated railroad to keep them from
obstructing the street traffic. Occa Occasionally
sionally Occasionally a half dozen or more would
ihe passed across the street and in into
to into a large office ibuilding, on investi investigating
gating investigating we found that the office was
a steamship agency and that the men
in line were reserversits arranging
for a passage hack to their native
land. They were not a very intel intellectual
lectual intellectual looking c-owd and In fact an
-unbiased judge might say that this
country could well spare them, none
of them looked iike American citizens
and if any could speak our language
they were certainly not doing so
while waiting their turn to get to
the office desk.
I j wonder where those men are to day.
Are they ahle to- carry a rifle
or their (bodies helping to fill some
of the hundreds of trenches dug for
that purpose? Not a man In the line
that could tell what they were go going
ing going hack to fight for. ;T wonder if
they found out? 'Did they ever re

gret i heing in that line under the

elevated, was. there ever a longing
in their minds to return to their
home on the western hemisphere?
No one knows, we only 'know this
is war.

A few winters ago we :had as our
guest a lady friend from Central
(Pennsylvania. We 'drove one day. out
Lemon Ave., and when we .reached
the summit of the hill on which
is built the home of .Mrs. Close, our
friend In looking over the (beautiful
valley exclaimed, "Its-Chester coun county."
ty." county." We never realized the fullness
of the compliment until this summer
when we spent some days in fParkes-

hurg, Chester county, Pennsylvania,
and if there is a piece of ground
around that town level enough to
play (baseball on we couldn't find it.
I counted seventy-eight steps up
which the hoys and girls have to
climb from the street to the first
floor of their high school 'building.

(This is not intended for a pun.)
The Presbyterian and Qleth od 1st
churches were nearly as far above
the street. I was not surprised at
our friend being so enthusiastic over
our Lemon Avenue hill and calling
it Chester County. 5
The vice president of the 'Parks 'Parks-burg
burg 'Parks-burg Iron Works happens to he a rel relative
ative relative of ours, so he took us thru the
rolling mill at night. There were
300 men at work on the night shift
and two watchmen, only about half
clothed, many of them with, iron
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is a necessity. To supply that nc-

cessityls Our Dacinecs," r

La Btreet Vhzziv 101,

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the full folast af a 3 Inch air pipsj pinching himself to see if he i3 rcrI rcrI-played
played rcrI-played directly on their 't bodies toi avvake or whether ho has rehoJ

in nis cnccKs and is aoout to get uis

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drive the heat and sparks away from j

them, was both novel and interesting

The glare of the masses of (almost! Thj Store ct tho ftifr
-molten iron as It passes -under the grounds will have first clacs candies.

steam .hammers, the snake like mo- cigars, cigarettes, chewing
tions as it rushes white hot thru the! soda water, etc. Gcri;.
various rolls finally comes out 1 : ;
a seemless pipe such as are used la! The nubile is invited to
locomotive .boilers and capable of telephone, free of charge,

sianumjs v 'pilule i vivtsr uuu it--5, the fair grounds,
per square inch -without crack or j store.

leak- i-ue neat,, tne learrul noise of i
machinery and the blood curdieins! During tho four days of the CI:.r CI:.r-explosions
explosions CI:.r-explosions as the air ia pressed out, lon-Sumter Fair we will cive 10 T.r.r

on every -purchase

G trig's thc.l.

the demon like men as they appear j eerit discount

in the light from the furrace and ; made. "Little's -Shoe Parlor,

moiten iron, is apt to get on one3


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. --'V ... Hcsketh Prichard v

The Crime at Big Tree Portage j
HAVE sometimes wondered wheth whether
er whether lie was not Irked at the pros prospect
pect prospect of my proffered companion companionship
ship companionship and whether he did not at
first Intend to shake me off by obtlous
and primitive methods. I had my work,
and more than my work, cut oat for me
In keeping up with November, who. al although
though although he was carrying a pack while I
wn uuloaded. traveled through the
woods at an astonfshlng pace.
He moved from the tblsbs. bending a
little forward. However thick the un underbrush
derbrush underbrush and the trees, he never'once
halted or even wa vered, but passed on onward
ward onward with neither check nor pause.
Meanwhile, I blundered In bis tracks
until at last, when we came out on the
bank of a strong and swiftly flowing
river. I was fairly done and felt that
had the journey continued much
longer I must have been forced to
give in. ; -v
November threw down his pack and
6igned to me. to remain beside it. while
be walked off downstream, only to re reappear
appear reappear with a canoe, i
The rustle of the water as It hissed
against our stem and the wind In the
birches and juuipers ou the banks soon
lulled me. I was only awakened by the
canoe touching the bank a Big Tree.
Big Tree portage Is a recognized
camping place situated between the
great main lumber camp of Briston
and Harpur and the settlement ot St.
Amiel. and it lies about equidistant
from both: A small shelter of boughs
stood beneath the spreading brauches
of a large fir; the ground all about was
Etrewu with tins and debris.. On a bare
space In front of the shelter, beside the
charred logs of a campfire. a patch of
blue caught my eye. This, as my sight
grew accustomed to the light, resolved
itself into the shape of a huge man.- He
lay upon his face, and the wind flut fluttered
tered fluttered the blue blouse which, he was
wearing. It came upon me with ; a
shok that 1 was looking at the body
of Henry Lyon, the murdered man.
November, standing up in the canoe.
a wood picture in his buckskin shirt.
and jeans, surveyed the. scne in si silence,
lence, silence, then-pushed off again and pad paddled
dled paddled up and downstaring at the bank.
After a bit he put In and waded ashore.
In obedience to a sign I stayed In the
canoe, from which I watched the
movements of my companion. First
he went to the body and examined it
with minute care; next be disappeared
within the shelter, came out aid stood
for a minute staring toward the riv river;
er; river; finally he called to me to come
I had seen November turn the body
over. and. as. I came up I was aware
of a great ginger bearded face, horri horribly
bly horribly pale, confronting the sky. It was
easy to see how the man had died, for
the bullet had tom'a hole at the base
of the neck. The ground beside him
was torn up as If by some small sharp
The Idea occurred to me that I would
try my hand at detection. I went into
the shelter. There I found a blanket.
two freshly flayed bearskins and a
psck. wtucu lay open. I came out
iiln r nd 'rfully examined the
ground in all directions. Suddenly
looking up. I saw November Joe
watching ice with a kind of grim and
covert amusement
"What are you looking for?" said he.
"The tracks of the murderer.
"lie didn't make none.
I pointed out the spot where the
ground was torn.
"The lumberman that found him
spiked boots. said November.
"How do you know he was not the
"He didn't get here till Lyon had
bf-en dead for hours. Compare his
trac ks with' Lyon's much fresher. No.
Mr. Sport, that cock won't fight. Lyon
reached here in the afternoon of the
day before vesterday. ned been visit visiting
ing visiting his trails upstream. He hadn't been
here mori'ii a feu- minutes and was
.lighting -his f:je In the shelter there
when .lie hears m voice hail him. He
-tunes out and sees a man in a canoe
shoved into the hank. That man shot
ii:n d:ul ard eared off without
'av;ii4 a na e
"How .-an .ion t'f sure of ail this?
; ''iteratise I found h pipe of toWaeeo
Ht riirhf'y ,lit. .but ju"t charred on top.
"-id.- I.W'n's hoiy. .: nd a newir used
:rrh in t!ii shack. The man that
tilled Ju:n tome downsrreain and sur
-!N fI
liv an von tell tie tame down
l.e'ane. it tie'd ULMstreaai

shack." said November with admirable
"Yon say the shot was tired from a
canoe"" V: :;
"The river's too wide to shoot across,
and. anyway,; there's the mark of
where the canoe rested again the bank.
No. this is the work of a right smart
woodsman, aud he's not left me one
clew as to who b? is. But I'm not
through with him," mister. Such men
as, be net'ds catchinglet's boil the
kettle." -;- ''";.'. ''C:''. y?'
We laid .the dead man Inside the
shack, and sat down beside a fire
which we built among the stones on
the-bank of the river. Here November ;
made tea In true woods fashion, draw- j
lng ; all the strength and bitterness
from the leaves, by boiling them. I was J
wondering what be would do next, for
It appeared that our chance of catch catching
ing catching the murderer was infinitesimal,
since he had left no clew save the
mark on the bank where his canoe
had rested among the reeds while he ;
urea ms ueauiy ouiiei. i pui my
thoughts into words. ; ;
"You're right," said November.
"When a chap who's used to the woods
life takes to crime, he's harder to day
hands on than a lynx in a alder patch." j
"Why did not the murderer sink 1
Lyon's body In the water? It would ;
have been weir hidden there."
"He couldn't trust her; the current's
sharp and would put the dead man I
ashore as like as not," he replied. "And j
canoe, bed bave left tracks. And
more'n that, Lyon might 'a laid In 1
that clearing till he was a -skeleton, but
for the chance of that lumberjack hap-
pening along. There's one fact you.
haven't given much weight to. This
shooting was premeditated. The mur murderer
derer murderer knew that Lyon would : camp
here. The cha nces are a hundred to
one against their having met by ac accident.
cident. accident. The chap that killed him fol followed
lowed followed him downstream. Now, suppose
I can find Lyon's last, camp, 1 may
learn something more. It can't be
very far off, for he had a tidy sized
pack to carry, besides those; green
skins, which loaded him a bit And,
anyway, it's my only chance."
So we set out upon our walk. No November
vember November soou picked up Lyon's trail,
leading from BIg; Tree portage to a
disused tote road, which again led us
due west between the aisles of ,'tbe for forest
est forest From midday on through the
whole of the afternoon we traveled un until
til until Joe found the deserted camp.
The very first thing my eye lit upon
caused me to cry out in excitement,
for side by side were two beds of bal balsam
sam balsam branches that had evidently been
placed under the shelter of the same
tent cover. November, then, was right.
Lyon had camped with some one on
the night before he died V ; r
I called out to him. His quiet pa patience
tience patience and an attitude as if rather de detached
tached detached from events fell away from him
like a cloak, and with almost uncanny
swiftness he was making hi examina examination
tion examination of the camp V.ut I was destined
to disappointment, for. as far as' I
could see. Joe disonered neither clew
nor anything uuu.-sual.
To begin with, he took up and sifted
through the layers of balsam bouzhs
which had com rsed tiia bed8- but' stn-
Blots & Fruits
Large Florida Pecans
per pound ......... 20c
Best English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil iNuts, best SNo. 1
per pound . . . . 1 8c
Fresh California Raisins,
-per pound . . . ... 15c,
Two pound for. . : -25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. . 1 5c
Homemade Candy, fresh
every day, per pound 15c
430 X. Magnolia St.

i.rnn crnuin n- Rpn mm

a cfliiFEssra;

Hopes Her Statement, Ilz&o Vclllj,
trill Help Otter encn.
HInes, Ala. "1 must confess", srya
Mn. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "thai
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me
a great deal of good.
Before 1 commenced using Cardui, I
would spit up everything i ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. v
Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
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If you are a victim of any of the numer numerous
ous numerous ills so common to your sex, it 13
wrong to suffer.
For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving Just such ills, as is proven by ths
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our office, year by year.
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' Write to : Chattanooga MeOdne Co.. Ladles" 3 3-vl&ory
vl&ory 3-vl&ory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn for Special i.J i.J-ttructions
ttructions i.J-ttructions on your cas and 64-rxs book. "Hon
frcatoaot for Wcasn," ttnt in plain wrapper, 1C1L2
parently made no Una. From them ca
turned quickly to kneel down by ths
ashy remains of the' fire and to. ex examine
amine examine the charred logs one by one.
After that he followed a well marked
trail that led away from ths lake to a
small marsh In the farther part of
"Why did not the murderer sink Lycn's
body in the water?
which masts of dead timber were
standing in great profusion. Nearer at
hand a number of stumps showed
where the campers had chopped the
wood for their fire.
After looking closely at these stumps
November went swiftly back to the
camp and spent the next ten mlnute3
In following the tracks which led In
all directions Then once more he
came baclc to the fire and methodically
lifted off one charred stick after an another.
other. another. At the time I could not Imagine
why he did this, but when I under understood
stood understood it the reason was simple and ob-,
vious as was that of his every action
when once It was explained.
Before men leave camp they seem
Instinctively to throw such trifles as
they do not require or wish to carry on
with them In the fire, which Is general generally
ly generally expiring, for a first axiom of the
true camper in the woods Is never to
leave his fire alight behind him in case
of a chance ember starting a forest
In this case November had taken off
nearly every bit of wood before I
heard him utter a smothered exclama exclamation
tion exclamation as he held up a piece of stick.
I took it into my own bands and
looked it over It was charred, but I
saw that one end had been split and
the other end sharpened
"What In the world is It?" I asked,
smiled. "Just evidence,
he answered.
I was glad he had at last found
something to go upon, for, so far, the
camp had appeared to produce parsi parsimoniously
moniously parsimoniously little that, was suggestive.
Nevertheless. I did not see how this
little bit of spruce, crudely fashioned
and split as It was, would lead us very
far. -:,.r v'-ViV-:
November spent another few min minutes
utes minutes in looking everything over a sec second
ond second time, then he took up his ax and
split a couple of logs and lit the fire.
Over it he bung his Inevitable kettle
and boiled up the leaves of our morn morning
ing morning brew with a libera! handful fresh freshly
ly freshly added; v
"Well," I said, as he tout-bed the end
of a burning ember to his pipe, "has
this camp helped you?"
"Some." said November "And youtT
He put the question quite seriously,
tbousrh I' suspect not without some In Inward
ward Inward irony
"1 can see that two men slept nnf!9r

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ona tent cover, tsat xtlzj cci re 3 wood
for their fire la that niarsh vro vlrlted
and that they were here for a day.
perhaps two." :
"One was here for tare 2 the
other one night," corrected November-
"How can you tell that
November pointed to the srcjnd at
the far side of the fire.
"To begin with. No. 1 had hi3 camp
pitched over there," said he; then, rco
Ing ray look of perplexity, he added
pityingly: "We've a westerly wind
these last two1 days, but before that the
wind was east, and he camped the first
night with hl3 back to it- And la the
new camp one bed o boughs Is frcer
than the other."

The thing seemed so absurdly ob obvious
vious obvious that 1 was nettled.
"1 snpiKse there are other indications
I haven't noticed." I said.
"There might be some you haven't
mentioned." he answered warily.'
"What are they r : t
"That the man who kUVcd Lyon Ls
thick set and very strong; that be has
been a good while la the woods with without
out without having gone to a settlement; that
he owns a blunt hatchet such as we
wood chaps call tomahawk No.. 3;
that be killed a moose last week; that
be can read; that he spent the night
before the murder la great trouble of
mind and that likely he was a rcliststm
kind o chap. ;:'."
As November reeled cf? theco details
la hia quiet, low keyed voice I stared at
elm in amarcment
"But how can you have found out all
that?" I cnU at last- "If U'o correct
It's wonderful.
Til tell you, if you want to bear,
when Tve net ray man if I ever do
get hlni. One thing more 13 sure, he 13
a chap who knew Lycn. well. The rest
of the job lies In the ttlemmt of St
Amiel. where Lyon lived."
We walked back to Big Trca portage
and from there ran down tn tha canoe
to St Amiel. arriving the following
evening. About half a. mile short cf
the settlement November landed and
set up our camp.' Afterward we went
on. I had never before .visited the
place, and I found It to ba a. little col
ony of scattered houses straggling be beside
side beside the river. It possessed two stores
and one of the : smallest churches 1
have ever seen.
"You can help me here if you will,"
said November as, we paused before
the larger of the stores.
"Of course I will. Howr
"By letting 'era think you've engaged
me a 3 your guide, and we've come la
to St Amiel to buy eomo grub and
gear we've run short of.
"All right." And with this arrange
ment we entered the Btore.
I will not make any attempt to-describe
by; what roundabout courses of
talk November learned all the news
of desolate, little St Amiel and of the
surrounding countryside. The provin
cial police had evidently found means
to close the mouth of the lumberjack
for the time at least as no bint; of
Lyon'3 death had yet drifted back to
hl3 native place.
Little by little it came out that only
live men were absent from the settle
ment Two of these, Kitz and Baxter
Gurd. were brothers who had gone on
an extended trapping expedition, Th
other absentees were Hlhamcon.
Lyon's father-in-law; Thomas Miller, a
professional guide and hunter. and.
lastly. Henry Lyon hiracelf. who had
gone up river to visit his trap3, start
Ing on the previous Friday. The other
men had all been away three weck3 or
more, and all had started In canoes,
except Lyon." who. having E0ld hi3.
went on foot
Next by imperceptible degrees, the
talk slid round to the subject of Lyon's
wife. They bad been m-rricd four
years and had no child. Ghe had been
the belle of St Amiel, and there had
been no small competition for her
hand. Of the absent men both Miller
and Fitz Gurd had been her suiters.
and the former and Lyon had never
been on good terms since the marriage.
The younger Gurd was a wild fellow,
and only his brother's InCacuce -kept
him straight
(Continued Tomorrow)
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any rease of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. ?
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.'
We, the undersigned, liave known
P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and helieve him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fi financially
nancially financially able to carry out any obli obligations
gations obligations made, by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Kail's Catarrh Cure is .taken in internally,
ternally, internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. : Testimonials sent free
Price 75 cents per ;bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take- Hall's Pami!y
Pills for constipation.
I vIsh to call the attention of the
ladies of the county and city to the
fact that I now. .have -an experience 1
sewing machine repair man and if
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally fte will
call on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, do matter, what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may have. :
Respectfully. B. Goldman,
11-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
We will give to the ladie3 and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting z Knight, Drug Druggists.
gists. Druggists. - 11-6.,

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So buy your grocerlea from the
and cave money.
Every little bit 'helps.' Full we'eht
and raasure guaranteed
1 I-o;:::d Bliss.-, Coffee jVi- 'U5pc
'3 pounds L j?-t Rice. .tZZc
1 qt n'd l"l:i:;da Syrup EOc
1 bottle good Fla Gyrup..;
.. ....
Irish potatoes ict 1 ':
BACON per pound .
5 gallons oil ........ CSa
Everything cheap for c.;sli.
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' Next to I'r.mctt 3
On Fort Kir Avcnr.3
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Wireless tc!r;;raph
on ail
teamqrs. Through fare": nr.d tic":
6 all Northern and Wcctern- 1.0I:
Vutomohiles carried.
For reservations, ticlicts.
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II. C. AVERY, Agent,
' Jacksonville, Fla.'
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tlUGZOTEilS end ElC"1:.:
O. E. McIVER aza C. V. ROlIIi
-r'-'Fiiscral ; 'Directors.!
AU'! Work v Bono',.: byXlcenscd
br.Ir.1cr3 and Fu"y G:::.r;.
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piio ::i:z
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M(-S009 o o CS f e- s o o o
to W 'W'' 'fc
' feut tmmm ft 9 A 0
Your.; Order ;will hsxo I
'IXniriediato Attcsticn.
7non Gbop:
'"Fti ' T'! T T"nfs': """"f
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Careful Estimates mado on all Cca Cca-act
act Cca-act Work'. Gtve3 mere and better
vork for the money than any ctlicr
vm tractor In the city.
Oall Covers Cr.rd by Hani.
I3o far no machine has been found
to give satisfaction in sewing the cov covers
ers covers on baseball Hundreds cf tboa
ands of balls are used every year, and
they, are all hand sewed. A man.
working hi3 best can not haish mcr?
than three dozen a'day.
Thousands of people -keep cough cough-ing
ing cough-ing because unable to net the right
remedy. Coughs are caused, by in inflammation
flammation inflammation of throat and bronchial
tubes. Wfhat you need Is -to rcoth'c
this inflammation. Take Dr. Kind's
New Discovery, it penetrates the del delicate
icate delicate mucous lining, raises the
phlegm and. quickly relieves the con congested
gested congested -membranes. Get a -50 cent
foottle from your druri:t. "Dr.
King's iNew (Discovery '-quickly and
completely stopped my coucrhr
writes J. R. -Watts, Ploydalo, Tc?:as.
Jloney 'Lack if not s;at!:.IcJ, but it
nearly always 'helps. tu-U;r-f ri-wk.
;;.!:t;...!,CIergyfnari :; and -Ccbbier) ? :
Of course, a minister ought' to j;rr.
Ilea all ha preaches. Vet the cLcrx-r.-keri
never -..wears all tbe hoca ...
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(If you have any Items for this department call phone 106)

Miss Porter Entertained for 3II.h
Jolurson and Mr. Walters

sDast evening MIs3 Marguerite'Por;

,ter was hostess to a lovely party com-
'i 1 11 m fn tirirr rTic Olara .lnhnwin snl

Dr. J. .Harryj 'Walters, whose mar marriage,
riage, marriage, this evening will be-a notable
event. The -party followed the wed wedding
ding wedding rehearsal at the Johnson home
arid the guest list included, besides

ailss Johnson land her fiance, (Misses
Zelma iltizer, iMargaret Walters, An Annie
nie Annie Davis, Alice Bullock, iMessrs.

Jiolmes Walters, W. B. Gallagher,

C. Counts.

"3n the hostess studio three tables

for rook 'were arranged and during
the games home-made candie3 were
relished. (Mrs. E. 'Van vHood, IMiss
Porter's gifted another, read In her
charming Individual manner, after
the games, Riley's beautiful poem,
"'An Old Sweetheart of iMine." While
reading Miss Porter softly played
the fttosary. "1 Am Only the Groom"
was Mrs. Hood's second number and
Its application to Dr. Walters occas occasioned
ioned occasioned much merriment. The three


and her wide circle of friends here
and elsewhere -will be -most interest interested
ed interested in the news of her daughter's
birth. The little lady will be chris christened
tened christened Mary Louise.
Wedding Plans

A social event of widespread inter inter-Jest,
Jest, inter-Jest, owing to the -prominence of the
contracting parties will .be the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Clara Elizabeth John Johnson
son Johnson and Dr. J. iHarry Walters, which
jwIII be solemnized this evening at 8
o'clock at the home of the 'bride's

Robert and Sam Mathews and Dr. A parents, Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Jobn-

son, the ceremony being performed
by Rev. J. M. Gross.

The bride will ibe attended by her

cousin. IMIss 'Zelma Ttlzer of Sout

Carolina as maid of honor. The lit little
tle little Tibb'on girls will foe Misses Cor Cornelia
nelia Cornelia Dozier and Elizabeth IBennett,
the 'tower girl little Miiss Luclle
Home and (Master JFred Blalock -will
ibe ring bearer.
(Dr. .Walters will bave as his best
man his youngest .brother, Mr.
Holmes Walters.
The nuptral (music will be render rendered
ed rendered by Mrs. J. K. Dickson. Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter will sing three beauti beautiful
ful beautiful selections and immediately after
the ceremony which will be witnessed
only ;by relatives and most intimate
friends, a reception from 9 to 12 -will
be held to wbiich two hundred Invi Invitations
tations Invitations have been issued.
Dr. and Mrs. Waiters will leave on
the midnight train for Jacksonville,
sailing from, there tomorrow If or a
six weeks' stay in 'Xew York.


be glad 'to know that they are nov
residents of Marion county, he hav having
ing having accepted the position of private
secretary to Mr. Jack Williams of
. ; .' ' '
For Miss Buck- ..'.':

(Honoring 'Miss Goldie Buck of lNew

York, the guest of Miss Gertie Pey

ser, Mrs. Jake Brown willentertalu

iniormaiiy at caras inursaay eve

ning. : "." . ; -:
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Kastern Star Sewing Circle
The Eastern Star sewing circle -will

meet Wednesday afternoon at .3:30

o'clock at Yonge's hall.
Mrs. R.'C. Camp left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Jacksonville to visit her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and ftlrs. iH. L.
Mrs. W. H. Dodge Is in Monticello
attending the meeting of the Florida
Synodlcal, of which she Is president.


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(beautiful vocal numbers, "I

You," "Dawn" and the

tar," to be rendered at the wedding
this evening, were exquisitely sung
(by Miss Porter, her rich voice being
filled with sweetness and beauty.
A delicious supper was served in
the dining room, the twelve guests
Ending their places at the lovely
table by cards adorned with brides.
On the cards were fortunes in rhyme
and they were read during supper.
The table was laid with a Japanese
luncheon set, and a color motif of
white and green was artistically de developed.
veloped. developed. A large wedding cake on a
reflector centered the table and at
either end were baskets of white
Toses and fern. From the chandelier
was suspended a wedding bell of
iMrrT-ilfa nncoa an1 a erkJVM eria ffrfVPn and

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cut gaas3 Don-iDon aisnes untsu wim
green and white mints were on the

table, also salted almonds in-dainty
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jnaiviauai cases.
The supper consisted of chicken

Balad, potato cnips, sanawiene3,
jruava jelly, wafers and escollotoed

' oysters. iHot chocolate was served
while the cake with its wedding
symbols was being cut." (Miss Walters
according to tradtiion will be the
next bride for she cut the ring. Dr.
Counts obtained the thimble and Mr.
Osfoorne the dime, signifying bach-
' elorhood and wealth. The merry
crowd was joined by Dr. and Mr 3.

Hood and Mr. and Mrs. .E. A. Os-

Hborne before the cutting of the cake.

JMiss Porter alwavs entertains de

lightfully and her party, which was

the culmination of a long series
honoring the bride-elect, was greatly
enjoyed by those fortunate enough

to be guests last evening.

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus spent

yesterday at Crystal River, motoring

down in their car. .
tMrs. J. R. iMoorhead, Mrs. M. H.
Stovall and Qlrs. Lewis Yonce will
go to Gainesville on the early train
tomorrow to attend the Alachua fair.

A very pleasant afternoon was
spent by the members of the reading
club at the home of Mrs. G. T.
Maughs today.
The ladies of the East Broadway
church will have charge of a lunch
counter at the fair grounds and will
serve elegant lunches at a very reas reasonable
onable reasonable price.

Mr. W. C. Cooper of Arcadia has

been In the.' city several days tpayilng
a visit to hfs .svife and baby, who are

guests of their .aunts, Mrs. fWhlteside j

The Baraca-Philathea State Union
will 'hold its first annual meeting in

.Palatka this week, beginning tomor

row. The officers df the union are
Mrs. A. D. Avant, Quincy, "president,

Miss Marie Sanders of Arcadia, sec-!

retarv. and Mr. C .W. Dudley of

Jacksonville, treasurer.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. iF. Jen-Kins have

as their guests for a few days th e

latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr.

and Mrs. Guv Zetrouer of Gaines

ville. Mrs. Zetrouer was formerly

MIss Elizabeth Alexander and this is

her first visit to her former home

since her marriage last summer in

Camden, S. C.

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Mrs. Ed Carmlchael and Miss

Georgia Mulhall returned borne yes

terday afternoon from Anthony,

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Olive, Elk Sole $2.n
Tan, Elk Sole $2.60 and 33
Black, Elk Sole ?2.50. CD
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Wednesday's Federation Program
The Interest of all club women is
centered in Lakeland this week,
where the twentieth annual session
4. 1 ,T71 1 J I T- 1 i J C

uB Tiuuua trutjiuu ui where they bave been the, guests of

en s Clubs is toeing held. .The roi- piummer.

lowing Is the official program for
Wednesday, beginning at 9 o'clock:
Meeting of board of directors.
Meeting of credential committee.
Formal openfing of convention, 10

a. m. TTia Affifhnlet cAnrln rlivtU .rrrlll

Report of credential committee, hoId 4ts annaiai ibazaar December 4th

Miss Williams. I Qr nML nnnn.,n

nou can oi ouiters -auu wuaiwueu. iater. The circle will have on sale a
(Roll call of clubs. great variety of linen,, bomemade

Appointment of special commit- x:aeSt kread and candy.


Mrs. T. B. Briggs arrived today

from Crystal iRiver and will, be the

guest of Mrs. G. A. Carmlchael.-

Tan McBlueher $2.50
Black McBlucher 02.50
Brown Welt Blucher ,03.00
Black Welt Blucher 03.00
Flexable Sole Brown 2a
cher S3.50

Amonia Proof Blucher










iReports of officers: Recording sec secretary,
retary, secretary, Mrs. Macon Thornton; corre corresponding
sponding corresponding secretary, Mrs. Jack Camp;
treasurer, Miss Bessie Williams; au

ditor, Mrs. IF. R. Teney; general fed

eration secretary. Mrs. iWililam B.

Youne: oresldent. Mrs.

(Reports of press correspondents:
General Federation Magazine, Mr3.
iShaekleford; Times-Union, Mrs. F.
O. MdCuen; Tampa rrimes, Mrs, J. E.

Report of revision committee, Mrs.

iHenry Wight.
Un Moving Memory, Mrs. C. T. (Har

per, chairman. s

Civil Service Reform, chairman

constitutional revision committee.
2 ip. m. Minutes and announce
Reports of special committees.

(Reports of deoartments: iBureau

of information, Mrs. Kirk Munroe ;

club extension, Mrs. Henry .Wight;

civics, Mrs. J. T. iFuller; home eco economics,
nomics, economics, Mrs. A. Leight Monroe; so

cial conditions, Mrs. J. D. Randall;

civil service reform, Mrs. C. T. iHar iHar-per;
per; iHar-per; health, Dr. Ellen Lowell Stev

ens; education, Mrs. W. S. Jennings;

legislation for compulsory education,

State 'Superintendent W. X. Sheats;

educational plan of the Georgia fed-

Mrs. J. B. Borland, M and Mrs. eration, Mrs. Petersen, first vice pres-

Talmage Dupree, LMisses Louise and ident.



a journej tery mucn out or me or

dinary is reported from EdmontOD.

Canada, from which point five men suc

5IIss Louise Gamsby, the librarian ceeded in making an S00 mile automo.

in charge of the library, which now bile trip to Peace River Crossing on

William 'has lts quarters in the Marion County or near Lesser Slave lake, a district

Board of Trade Toom, says she wishes ie6"u us buu-ara;, im

the country people to 'know tbat th,ey

certainly virgin country so far as

are welcome to come to the library .
. 4 photograph from Edmonton shows the
at any time and read the books. Also flve men fiBhlns in good old Hudson

tnat mere are a large numoer oi bay style through the ice of Lesser
magazines there to be given out to Slave lake, with the automobile in the

those who wish them, magazines that near distance. Couriers du bois usu usu-have
have usu-have been given by different persons ally engage in the latter operation to


who have finished with them.


get flsh for themselves and their dogs,
but the automobile never starves -as
long as the fuel holds out. The jour journey
ney journey probably was not difficult, for the
trail undoubtedly has been broken.
Still it is rather startling to think of
an automobile running up almost into
the wood buffalo and musk-ox coun-

On Wednesday afternoon at balf

past three o'clock, Professor Cassels,

principal of the high school; will

speak to the mothers of the children try, but not more indicative of mod-

enrolled in the primary schoolon era progress than the rumor that

the Ethical Training of the Child, reaches us, of regulations to be laid

All interested in a discussion of this down by the government relative to

amMAot .'arA. cnrdiallv invited to be the crossing of the great Mississippi

present. -The meeting will be beld migratory bird belt by aeroplanes.

in the study ball of the bigh school

V 'XjE have just addtn 'to o:?r business, a lar,1o
v and complete line of the best Imovri nia!:c:i
of Auto TIRES and TIJZ S, in all size:; and for
all rhiis. The goods are oi the very nevect rubber
and'faL-'rie, tind wheiiibuyiiiri you will havo the
assurance of iinovin; you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. .7u z'Al for Gash only,
and guarantee to save you money.

Forest and Stream.

building. 'Nellie C. Stevens.
Principal Primary School.

Germany 23 an Advertiser,
Gern&ny knovrs the business value

of. an advertisement even when it re

fers to no particular commodity. Hence

Germany is not at all modest in put-

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Ethel Borland of Citra were out of
town shoppers yesterday afternoon.
" An half hour prayer service begin beginning
ning beginning at 4 o'clock will be held daily

this week at the Presbyterian church
under the auspices of the Ladies
Missionary Society.
!Mrs. Roberta Caruthers of An Anthony
thony Anthony and her guest, iMiss Panchita
Kendrick of Tampa, were guests yes yesterday
terday yesterday of (Mrs. (Frances Howse.

The two table auction club will be j
entertainevi tomorrow by iMiss Rose Rose-bud
bud Rose-bud jRobinsotf and the young ladies
card club will meet with CMrs. C B.
Ayer .Friday afternoon.
.Miss iMary Burford leaves shortlj shortlj-for
for shortlj-for a series of delightful visits.
While away she will -visit relatives In
Troy, Ala., and Misses Beulah Hall
and 'Ethel IHarrell at iBrenau College,
Gainesville, Ga.
SMr. and Irs. 'Frederick QlcCutcrh

little daughteit their borne in
K&Tlef Pa. (Mrs. MoCutcheon was for for-inerly
inerly for-inerly .Miss 'Nellie Hooper of .this city

S p. m. (Mrs. Dimick, second vice
president, presiding.
Address, Dr. J. 'Y. Porter, presi president
dent president state beard of health.
VitaL statistics, iMr. Voorhees, stat statistician
istician statistician state board of health.
Address, Child Welfare, Dr. Fran Frances
ces Frances Bradley, Atlanta, Ga.
iBoys Industrial School, ttlarianna,
Judge William H. Baker.

Informal reception.

The music for the evening session
has been arranged by '.Mrs: W. A.
Melton of the Lakeland Club, and
tomorrow's program includes:
"Song Without Words" (Tichai (Tichai-kowsky)
kowsky) (Tichai-kowsky) Orchestra.
Solo, "uNon Fu Sogno (Verdi)
Mrs. J. P. Townsend.
Solo, "O Haunting Memory' (Car (Carrie
rie (Carrie Jacobs Bond) iMiss Ann Card-

iMrs. J. F. Thompson has return returned
ed returned from a visit to friends in St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. i
I The Ocala friends of til r. and (Mrs.
Gustave tRobertson of Savannah will

Pretty Beads Made or Salt.
To make palt beads, heat two hand

fuls of common salt as hot as the ting Jts earth-girdling label "Made in

hands will stand. Warm one cupful Germany" upon many a package

of -cornstarch.' and mix with the salt, manufactured -' in America. Type

iaKe oue cuyiui ui uji. v aici ouu w- wniers, casu regisierb &uu uiuei ux

or It any desired; shade with water tides in which the United States is so
colors, and use to form a paste with far ahead no second can be seen, may

the salt and corn starch. be sent from Philadelphia to Ham

Mold with the hands into the sized burg. Very often when these articles
bead required, and have a large cush- reach their destination 2,000 miles

Ion ready, so that when a large pin is from Hamburg they are neatly tagged
stuck through each bead the pin can -Made in Germany."




be at once stuck into the cushion.

One can make beads all of -the same

size or graduate the sizes, threading
the large ones in. the middle of the

string, and smaller cnes at the end3,
or groups of large beads can b-3 sep

arated by smaller ones.,
Lfszt a Dry Smoker.

Liszt was a dry smoker of a pecu

liar type. Massenet, who knew him
well in his later years tells us that

Liszt could not play unless he had a

cigar In his mouth, which he never

troubled to light. He would sit down
to the piano with a cigar between his
teeth and keep munching it all the

time he played. When the cisar was

quite eaten up, the Abbe would rise

from the instrument exhausted.

His Large Audience. j
Joseph Parker of London, on ono

occasion was congratulated by a friend

of ours on the fact that his sermons

were very wiaeiy reaa. is, bwu

Dr. Parker, with a twinkle in his eye,

"the front seats of my auditorium are

In the Himalayas and the back seat!

in the Rocky mountains!" -The Chris Christian
tian Christian HcTald.

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Fewer Study for Ministry.

Statistics show that in the early

days of American colleges about one-

half the graduates adopted the min

istry a3 a profession. At the present
time only about five per cent of the

college graduates become ministers.

Merely Woman's Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying his
wife's millinery bill of $375 for five
hats all purchased In one week. He
claims they are not necessities. The
idea! Just give any woman a chance!
Five hats! Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through the' ordeal of selecting
five hats and getting them to suit her
should be allowed to have as many
as she wants! Tr's hard work!

Hot drinks of

Court Pharmacy.

all kinds at the

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A new residential section of Ocala, being develop developed
ed developed by the Louis Ri Chazal & Sons Co., has been
divided into home sites.
These home sites are now placed on the market.
The Park is just northeast of the present develop developed
ed developed limits of the city.
With a frontage of seventy-five feet and a depth of
one hundred arid fifty feet, the home sites have
excellent dimensions.
A few sites have a frontage of eighty-nine feet.
A parkway extends along the southern front.
Wyomina Park fis an easy fifteen minutes walk
from the Court House Square, and is, of course,
a very much quicker ride.
"A, short way out and right at Lover's Lane'

Holder Building

Telephone 228.

On'-account of the 'Marion-Sumter
Fair next week the Ocala Northern
has made a -low excursion rate over
its lines during the entire week.
The rates for the round trip will be:
From Orange Springs $1.40 ; (Fort
McCoy,--85 cents; Burbank 60 cents.
Tlckets.will be sold for all trains go going
ing going and returning from aionday the
23rd to Friday, the 27th. good to re return
turn return until Saturday the 28th.
A special train will be run from
Palatka on Thursday, leaving Orange
Springs at 9 a. m.; Fort ftlcCoy at 10
a. m.V and -Burbank at 10: 20 a. m.:
arriving in Ocala at 11 a. to. Re Returning
turning Returning leaves Ocala at 5 p. m.
The indications are that a large
delegation of citizens from the north-


Living Creatures Fly Before
These African Terrors.


When an Army of These Formidable
and Ferocious Insects Want to Cross
a River a Suspensionube of Thsir
Own Bodies Provides the Way.
Why should driver ants vross rivers?
The ants ofour own woods nave no
such desire; they are busy little people,
too much engaged in the practical task
of tiudiug and storing food to have any
vagaries of this sort. Tbey are con contented
tented contented and harm less if not disturbed


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$25 Grades n 540 Grades


C50 Grades OCT

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. j or annoyed. Au angry ant is to be

xne lair every uaj, xne oeiviue 01 1 ,

the Ocala Northern will be appre-

Crystal River, Fla.

II Shippers of the famous Crystal
: River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,

sanitary m every respect, uan
care for orders both large end
small. 1 -r''' K Z-y-)'-''
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address


River, Fla;

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Poem of not more than forty lines written on
Carrying out the idea of back to the garden as

means of reducing the high cost of living.
To anyone writing on the a6ove subject,' either poem or prose,
and failing to get firstor second premium, I will give $10. A11 pre premiums
miums premiums to apply as first payment on one of those $100 lots in 'Ma 'Marion
rion 'Marion Heights. Remember, 1 am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the -purchasers of these' lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December 1st, 1914. Judges will be named later.



Ocala Lodge Knights of Pythias

met last evening -with quite a crowd
present; LMr. '"Robert Clarkson, with
the assistance of a number of his
best -friends, scaled the walls into

the secret chamber set aside for

those who 'have taken the second
rank in the mysteries of the order.

The committee on entertainment

gave notice in no uncertain terms

that those who stayed away from the

meeting oh the night of the 30th of
November would "have cause to re regret
gret regret it. Many -were the allusions to

Vbirds, accompaniments, accessories,

et ceteras' and other things that

might be expected on this occasion.





The Ocala Transportation Co. has
gotten out the huge freight truck

and will arrange -seats on it and
operate it as a passenger carrier
during the Marion-Sumter Fair next

week. .;',.


iilr. E. (B. Bobbs has put bis big
Pierce Arrow car 4n good shape and
is -using it, in Gainesville at the f air.

.Mr. 0obbs 'Will operate the car, which

will seat twenty passengers, during
the IMarion-Suanter (Pair next week.

l avoided, and hu htlztt swarm can

make its displeasure felt in a very un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant way. as every one knows who
has carelessly broken Into a nest. But
if left alone they are peaceful little
workmen, absorbed in their own
affairs.' ;
The great driver or Bashikoney ant.
however, has nothing peaceable in his
composition. He is nothing If not ag aggressive
gressive aggressive and spiteful; neither is be con contented.
tented. contented. In the great forests of Africa
these insects multiply to an alarming
extent They swarm In thousands.

PCI UUpa UlllUUU3t MUUt iuiuuuauic ai I

f any time, during the season of mlgra-

tion they are a terror to tne wnoie
district in which they live.
Myriads of these Insects are seized
with a restless desire for change. Obey Obeying
ing Obeying some mysterious instinct or follow following
ing following the commands of their queen, they

set out upon their travels, ana woe
betide the man or beast that crosses
their path! In a moment the hapless

creature is covered with ants, and in

an Incredibly short space of time noth
ing is left but bare bones.

The driver ant Is so called because

it drives away all living creatures.

When this most terrible host Is on the

march men and animals, great and

small, take flight. Lions and tigers

may be seen rushing jilong side by

side with the timid gazelle. AH are

too much frightened to dream of at

tackinc or avoiding each other. For

once In their lives they are united In

their terror of the common enemy,

Size and strength are of .no avail, and
a rhinoceros or an elephant is as much
terrified and is in as much danger as

a rabbit.

When the jvast army of ants arrive
on the bank of a river a halt Is call-

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The Marion County Democratic Club nicrts next YVA)2:iZyj)XY
XIGIIT in the K. of P. IIAIiIj at EIGHT O'CLOCi:.
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ed. Tbey ; have no idea of turning

Jacksonville iMetro polls: Senator
I. ll iFarris,. speaker of the state
house of representatives, is today,
and may be for several days, acting
governor pf the state of Florida, and
the joke of the case ,is he does not
know albout it. ' :

back, but to cross that river they must

have a bridge, and the making of this

bridge takes time, and probably the
engineers of the army have to bustle

up to the front.

The making of an ant bridge Is one

! of the most wonderful ; things In the
1 world. The ants swarm on a tree.

choosing one which overhangs the riv

er. Upon the bough which, reaches citizens who believe in and hope for a ro;; revive city i ; .:
earnestly requested to joia the. club. :,
Questions of vital importance trill bo discus C'J.

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Co mpletely Renovated and New Management
Room IWithout Bath $1.00
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New Hospital for Korea.
A hospital is to be erected in
Pyeng-yang, Korea, by the board of
foreljrn missions. It is estimated that
It will cost about $10,000 A part .of
the cioney-required is already in hand
end other funds for this purpose have
bee'3 rubseHbrJ.

Christian Faith.
Christian faith is a good cathedral,
with divinely pictured windows. Stand Standing
ing Standing without, you see no glory, nor can
possibly Imagine any. Standing with with-Jn,
Jn, with-Jn, eyery ray of light ieveal3 a har harmony
mony harmony of unspeakable splendors. Haw

a visit to ms omce in tne Jciisoee farthest over tne stream tney mass

building found him busy on a case! themselves and begin to form a thick
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in court in St. Augusune, aDsoiuteiyj rope or xneir owu uuuies. ima tuejr

unaware that be was th state's chief
executive. The condition where the
speaker of the bouse has tbeen called
upon to take the chair .is withort
precedent In the history of the state.
Governor Park Trammell and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State H. C Crawlford are
witnesses in the Chambers Florida
land fraud case in (Kansas City, and
may be -detained there for several
days.; The constitution provides in
case of the governor's absence that
the secretary of state fill bis place.
In case both are absent the duties fall
upon the president of the senate, who
-at the present time is J. II. Drane,
of lakelaud. President Trane is al also
so also out of the state and Sepaker Far Far-ris
ris Far-ris is the next member in line for

the chair.

Attorney Farris will return some

time this afternoon from the An

cient Oity and will :be informed that

he is the state boss and can trans transact
act transact any state duties which may be
necessary until bis superior returns

to 'Florida.

Survival of Superstition.
Madagas lar natives have a strange
Idol. It is a pi?ce of wood covered
with silk and attached to a wire which
the priests pull in a certain way The
god periv ras movements in all direc directionsto
tionsto directionsto the great1 terror of the faith faithful,
ful, faithful, who believe it is really alive. The
priests c ell in houses of wood, as the
god will iuve" neither stone nor brick.
To distinguish themselves from the
other natives, the faithful wear their
hair rolled in curl-papers like women,
and keep it in the shape of a horn by
means of pins.

All prescriptions filled at the
Court PJiarmacy by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and -with absolutely fresh
drugs. 2-6t

do by means of holding on firmly with

their hind legs, while with the front

pair of legs they grasp the bodies of
other ants, t Constantly fresh ants

range themselves in front, and so the

rone grows and grows until at last It

touches the water.

By and by the floating chain is car

ried by the current toward the other

side where probably grass and great
reeds spring out of the water, The
foremost ants seize upon the first ob object
ject object they touch, and from one slender
foothold to another they climb until
at last they reach land. The nearest
tree is quickly climbed. (the foremost
pairs of legs doing all the work, and
very soon the living rope is swinging
high above the river. The bridge is
made, and quickly the army crosses the
stream. -.;'-. ;-:'y
Du Chaillu. in hl3 African travels,
had an opportunity of observing one of
these bridges, and he declares that It
is made with a hollow center, the
living bodies of the ants forming the
walls of a tunnel, through which the
main body of ants travel safely over
the water. When the last" ant has
crossed and the bridge is no longer
needed, the ants in the rear release
their hold and the rope or tunnel drops
Into the river. The ants do not like
water, but they are soon released from
this position, for the vanguard are dis dispersing
persing dispersing as fast as they can. and the
self sacrificing' 'ants who began the
great chain are quickly upon dry land.
It is all very strange and very won-

derful. Why do they travel tat all?

By wmit direction imd by what laws
do tbey act. and how did they learn to
make bridges?; Our naturalists have
learned much of their ways and their
doings, but these questions they cannot
answer: they are part of the mystery
of life and nature of which the wisest
knows' little. J. Cutler in London Fam Family
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A Great Relief.
"Say. old man, you're looking a hun hun-Ired
Ired hun-Ired per cent better than you did a
fear ago' "I was worrying about
my debts then." "All paid, now, eh?"
"No; but they have grown so that I
fcnow there is no use trying to pay
Ihem. 1 tell you 'it's a great lead oil
ny mind
We are selling Stock ind Poultry
Powders and 3Iedicines at half price.
Two 2 Sets or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

Even Up. ....
SnoblMV Aw awrlt must be very
Miip!sijint ..for you Americans to be
rovriitMl hv fHpU- a w- whom you
noMlrtjs'r ask, t dinner. American

Wll. not nmre so. perhaps, than.
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vMi in r.nsiaua 10 oe governed bv
. !-- w o utuildn't ask yu to din
.! :jrit:an f;jrister..

Energy In Pound of Cczh
One pound of coal releases sufficient
energy .to raise an average man to
. point fourteen miles high.

P-2f-rrIng His Su't
i Ofi. Tom. think of coming
Vn-ivimt in nch shabbv

.v- ;.,. Tfiat's ri-ht; I bad one
Hit rMis:i f u1e.

'P wiif-t -;iv not tf fail ts to fle fle-ttnii!iH
ttnii!iH fle-ttnii!iH t mm'v1 Sheridan.

Scarcity of Boy Laborers.
Boy labor is very scarce in New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, and some manufacturers find girJ
labor almost equally scarce. A mem
ber of a firm of baking pov. der manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers in the Dominion advertised
unsuccessfully a few months ago for

.boys and gins, : sua naa 10 emwu.

adult labor instead. So precious are
these young people, indeed, that it is
found that the only way is to' take
boys when they are offering, usuallj
at tho beginning of the year, and keep
them through slack seasons. This
particular firm; gives boys straight
from school $3 a week to start, and
oy the time, they have been at the fac factory
tory factory a year or 18 months they get
Boys of 'fourteen In the b ot trade in.
New Zealand, set 2 a week Ui start

Chsap Fleer Gtain.
A very inexpensive stain can t.3
made from burnt umber and ho ;z. ;z.-ter.
ter. ;z.-ter. Five cents', worth cf tho .'burnt
umber will stain several tiocrs; that z
where a rug i-3 used for the center.
Pour the hot water over the burnc
umber,' little at a tirab, till it 13 thcr-

joughly dissolved. Ueg a quart of hot

water to five cents worth of umber;
that makea a pretty dark brown stain.
Let It dry, then rub on any good Ssor
wax and polish-'

" .. .'. Cn and Off.
Save when you'r young then,
when you f.nd yentseif well cn, you'll
also find yourself well off. J. D.
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Ocala, (Fla., iXov. 0, '1914.
The board of public Instruction in
and for 'Marlon county me t In special
session at 11 a. m. with W. D. Cam,
chairman, and B. R. Bliich, mem member
ber member present, and Supt. J. ill. B-lnson,
Request was made and granted for
a monitor at Wetumpka colored
iDr. J. E.. Chace as trustee for
Ocala called and conferred with the
board. The board adjourned for
Monday Afternoon Session
The board met with all members
present and acting, Mr. Grantham
having arrived. -V
'Mr. C. 'I. 'Anderson, for the Ocala
T Limbing & -Electric Co., called and
dlfrussed -with the 'board the matter
of the furnishing of the water meter
-for the new Ocala high school build building.
ing. building. It was ordered that the secre secretary
tary secretary write the several original vfoid vfoid-ders
ders vfoid-ders on the plumbing, making re request,
quest, request, that althought they had .pre .previously
viously .previously stated that they did nothave
their estimates and din ot remember
the particulars as to whether they
included the price of a meter in their
-estlrca.tes or not, that they try again
to make more definite answers.
Several patrons of the Keystone
school called and requested some
means of securing water lor -the
scnooi ana it was agreea to nave a
metal tank mad and set lip for
mm a am mm m
rne nour or j p. m. naving arriv
ed and this being the date and hour
advertised by the board upon which
to receive sealed bids for the erection
of 2, new school building at Citra, the
board in the presence of a large num
ber of interested contractors, the
tiusteea and Hon. E. L. Wartmann
ol' Citra, and ftlr. (E. C. Hosford, ar architect,
chitect, architect, proceeded to open the bids
for the work. There were bids for
the general contract from Dudley
Carlton of Plant City, W. V. iHenry
of Jacksonville, "Winston & Penny of
Gainesville,, P. D. O'Dell of Ocala,
Itogers-Simmons Co., of IMcRae, Ca.
There were also separate bids on the
rplumbing from the Ocala .Plumbing
& Electric Co. and ill. W. Tuoker of
Ocala. lAfter the opening and read reading
ing reading of the 4bids in public the board
went into executive session with the
archPect-and iMessrs. Crosby and
Driver, trustees, and Olr. .E. iL. Wart Wart-jraann
jraann Wart-jraann of Citra, for the consideration
f the bids.
At this time the secretary opened
a communication from the state
treasurer which contained all of the
rapers which had been transmitted
for the attorney general to us in
making up his opinion as to whether
to pass' favorably upon the bond issue
of Citra district or not. There was
a letter from the treasurer making
quotation from a communication to
him ifrom the attorney general in
which he declined to ;pass favorably
upon the validity of the bond Issue
upon the, ground that the record
showed that full four weeks had not
elapsed from the time of the first
publication of the petition asking for
-an" election to be called until the elec election
tion election for creating the district was
called, and also upon the further
ground that the record showed that
full four weeks had not elapsed 'from
the time the notice calling the elec election
tion election was first published until the
election was 'held. In each, of theses
particulars the attorney general toon
the position that the statutory pro provision'
vision' provision' that both the petition and tha
notice of elecion shall "be published
once a week i for four conseduivs
.weeks" meant that the "publication
must cover the full 'four weeks b 3 3-;fore
;fore 3-;fore anv action could be taken on it.
The Best Prices on
;v; --at :'
Freeman's Market t
Smart Set Pressing Club
413 North 'Magnolia St.,;
Clothing Repaired, Cleaned and
. Tressed While You Wait
E. Ju AN DER SOX, Prop.
213 West Broadway; Ocala, Fla.
with E. C. Jordan & Co.
First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South iMagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and ni;ht.
. .31. F. WILMAMS, Proprietor
Old shoes made new; sewir.g your
. soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re Re-.palr
.palr Re-.palr Shop, 415 'X. (Magnolia cK:reet.

As he declined to pass favorably

upon the validity of the district the
state treasurer declined to accept the
bonds voted toy the district as per
their proposition -which had fceen pre
viously accepted by the board.
Attorney E. (H. iMartln was called
in consultation by the board and aft after
er after much discussion it was agreed for
him to take the papers at hand and
to make an effort to convince the at at-torney
torney at-torney general that his objections
were purely technical and that the
district had for many years 'been per performing
forming performing all the functions of a legal
special tax school district and to
make an effort to secure a reconsid reconsideration
eration reconsideration and revision of his content
tlbn which would Ibe favorable to the
bond issue. J
In the meantime, it was agreed to
withhold -awarding the contract for
the erection of the, building and bold
the two lowest bids which were those
of W. V. Henry and v. the 5 (Rogers
Simmons Co., for a period of as much
as tbirty days to see if the toond anat anat-ter
ter anat-ter could be adjusted.
mAIjo, it was ordered that the secre secretary
tary secretary should take up correspondence
to see about Iborrowing $ 15,0 00 for
the county with the object in view of
golnfr ahead with the erection of the
building with county funds in case
the fbond issue cannot be adjusted at
present. '. ," : '-:;.'-;V
The board adjourned for the day.
Tuesday's Session
The board .met with; all members
present 'and acting. r
It was agreed to pay tF. W. &ong
& Co. $500 on account of Ocala new
high school building, leaving a bal balance
ance balance due of $500.
They sold the old Fellowship
school building to the W. O. W. of
that place for $30.
A letter from Dir. S. G. Lovell as
trustee for the Pedro school inform informed
ed informed the -board that iMiss (Elizabeth
Proctor had 'been secured as third
teacher for the Pedro school and tha
action was endorsed -by the board.
A proposal was presented from
Mr. P. D. O'Dell to paint the old part
of, the Ocala primary building to cor correspond
respond correspond with the new. part for $68
and it was accepted .with the under understanding
standing understanding that it would be done un under
der under the direction of Mr. AladKay as,
supervising architect.
It was agreed to -pay the Atlanta'
Steam (Heating Co. $100 in full set set-tlenrent
tlenrent set-tlenrent on their contract for beating
in the new Ocala building.
The imatter as to "Whether there
should te an extra day given to the
fair came up and it was decided not
to allow for any time except Thanks Thanksgiving,
giving, Thanksgiving, day. 'In those cases -where K
seems advisable to dismiss for .both
Thursday and (Friday following it will
be allowable to do so, but the time
must be taught in order to make up
for Friday. ..
Bids -were presented for painting
the Fairfield school house and it nvas
decided to award the contract to Qlr.
D. H. CMathewsfor !$9'5 for the entire
contract. r v .
It iwas agreed to pay the Ocala
Plumbing & (Electric Co. $100 on ac
count for thigh scbool plumbing:
- The following bills -were, ordered
paid from county funds: Mamie. E.
White for monitor at Hawthorn ei
$3.75; W. D. Carn for per diem and
mileage, $8.'20; B.- JR. IBiitch for
same $11 .20 ; : J. S. Crantham for
same, $ 11.80 r ..A; C lu 31. (R.,.for
freight on desks for Ocala, $28.99;
A. A. Winer for painting Fellowship
school house, $1112.50; S. A. 1. IR. R.
for freight on domestic science
equipment for Ocala, 1 $9.79; J. H.
Brinson for postage, express and rail railroad
road railroad fare and from'1. Dunnellou,
$ 5. '9 6 ; Orange Brooks x for work at
dormitory,' ?$'2. 5; .J. 'J. Brinson, for
lot for Eureka school, $ 1 0 ; S. A. L.
tRy. for freight,. $3.84. The follow-;
in'g were ordered paid from district
funds: IA. J. CCystrom & 'Co., on Fort
QrcCoy, for balance on maps and
g!6be, $18. ; :
iMr. Caruthers of the Ocala Plumb
ing & (Electric Co., called and dis
cussed with the board the plumbing
on the Citra building.
It was agreed to have special war
rants -with interest coupons' attached
prepared to Issue to Tetire the pres
ent '.warrants that are held' for foor
rowed monej and to U3e in iborrow
ing In the future as necessity .may
Tn as-much as there had been re reported
ported reported In tthe f?tate that there .was
dissatisfaction about the -plans of the
Ocala building, it was agreed to
write air. V. JE. iMark a letter en
dorsing his work as architect.
The board now as a body -went on
a tour of Inspection to the several
Ocala tbuildings and found the rwork
progressing satisfacto'dly.1
No further "business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session Tuesday. December 8. unless
previously called In extra session."
J. H. .Brinson, Secretary.
Bear in mini that Chamberlain's
Tablets not onl move the bowels.
The dIstlor"For

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What She Gives to a Nation
Shall we sav that women contrib-
nl' "the bandages, the nursing,
cheering and comforting the wound
ed? No! -They contribute the fight fighters!
ers! fighters! JWhat sort of help and inspi inspiration,
ration, inspiration, can a woman be wbo is en enfeebled
feebled enfeebled and 'broken-down by dis disease
ease disease and weaknesses peculiar to her
sex. Can she hope to be a capable
mother or an efficient wife?
The mighty restorative power of
Dr. Pierce's 'Favorite Prescription
speedily causes all womanly troubles
to .disappear compels the organs to
properly perform their nautral f unc unc-tione,
tione, unc-tione, corrects displacements, over overcomes
comes overcomes irregularities; V removes pain
and misery at certain times a;nd
brings (back 'health and strength ; to
nervous, irritable and exhausted wo women..
men.. women.. ; ; ; .T
It is a wonderful prescription pre prepared
pared prepared only from nature's roots and
herbs with no alcohol to falsely, stim stimulate
ulate stimulate and no narcotics to wreck the
nerves, dt banishes pain; headache,
backache, low spirits, ; hot flashes,
dragging-down sensation, worry and
sleeplessness surely and without ,lo3s
of time.; : ;-r
Why should any woman .continue
to worry, to lead a (miserable life
w-hen certain thelp is at hand? ;
What 0r. 1 Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription (has done -for thousands it
will do for you. Ufa not a secret
remedy for its ingredients are print printed;
ed; printed; on the wrapper. Oet it this very
day at any medicine dealers In eith
er liquid or tablet form, -ffn the
meantime address (Doctor Pierce, In Invalid's
valid's Invalid's 'Hotel, Buffalo Xew Ybrk, and
simply write "Dear Toctor: Please
send one without charge further in information,"
formation," information," and you will receive the
advice of a physician specialist ab absolutely
solutely absolutely free ; 13 6 page on women's
diseases sent free. ; Adv 4.
" Xotice is hereby given fto all credi creditorslegatees,
torslegatees, creditorslegatees, distributees, ; and all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Prlscilla
Oody, deceased to present .the same
duly proven to the undersigned with
in two years from this date, to-wit :
This 23rd day of October, A. iD, 1914.
' P'Oadson,
George Giles, '
As Administrattors of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2 8-wed
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup I got him a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon honestly
estly honestly believe it saved bis life," writes
Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. fit
cut the phlegm and relieved his
coughing spells. I am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale by all dealers.- ad
.Queerest Word in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief; fs the queerest
word in the lan&uage. At first it was
kerchief (couvre-chef), a covering for
the head; then it became handkerchief,
a covering for the, head carried in the
hand, and at last pocket-handkerchief,
a covering for the head held in the
hand and kept In the pocket.
' V raiEU3LTIS3r
Everylbody who is aGicted with
rheumatism in any form should by
all imeans keep. a bottle of Sloan's
Liniment on band. The iminute you
feel a pain or soreness in a joint or
muscle, bathe it with Sloan's 2Ltni
ment. lo not rub it. Sloan's pene penetrates
trates penetrates almost immediately right to
the seat of. pain, relieving the hot.
tender, swollen feeling and making
the part easy and comfortable. Get
a ,-bottle of .Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and 'have it In
the house against colds, sore and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural
gia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, but it
does give almost instant relief. ..
Tues Thrrs !Frt and wkly.
His Kind Heart.
Master of the House, sternly "Yon
told my tailor when he came to col collect
lect collect his bill yesterday that I owed you
six months' wages. How came you
to be so indiscreet?". The Servant
"I meant no harm, sir I only wanted
to console him a bit. sir, 'e seemed
that down'earted. sir."
"Three years go when I was liv living
ing living in- Pittsburg, one of my children
had a hard cold and coughed dread
fully. Upon the advice of a drug druggist,
gist, druggist, T purchased a bottle of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it bene
fited hihi at once. I find it the best
cough medicine for children because
it 'is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," writes airs. La
fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be given a child as confidently as 1o
a., adult. Sold by all dealers. ad
f Movies' and Monotony. ;
- Stranger (in HIckville) "Life in
this burg must be kind of monotonous,
isn't it?" Hotelkeeper -"Used to be a
little that way, but two weeks ago the
manager of our theater started to
change the pictures twice a week.,,-
Puck. : K- -k-.
Desire to Be Free Is Wrong. ;
Oh, the worth of coercion In a dally
duty which must be done whether we
like it or not! The desire to be freo
from 'iuch compulsions is wrong, f An
well night the locomotive ask to dasb
out unrestrained over the prairie and
it continue its -usefulness and its lifo.


The Favorite Bodice In One of Us Lat-
; est and Smartest Forma.
This basque with isearas that extend
to the shonlders l ne' of the latest
developments- It can be made with
full or with plain side portions, but it
is always closed down the front.
Chiffon velvet makes a beautiful
basque to be worn over a, skirt of
charmense satin. One of the new soft
faille silks would be lovely switb a vel
vet skirt, and a simpler desirable com
blnation will be found In a basque of
charmeusi? satin to be wcru over a
skirt of gabardine.
The sleeves can be made either In
full or three-quarter length. -V
Here the basque with full side por
tlons Is made of cbarraeuise satin In
the new purple known as aztee. and
the collar and cuffs are or:, white. ?
For the medium size the basque with
gathered sides will require four and
three-eighths yards of material twen-ty-sevtn
Inches wide, with three three-eighths
eighths three-eighths yard twenty-seven Inches wide
for the 'collar and cuffs; the basque
with plain sides three ; and three three-eighths
eighths three-eighths yards t twenty-eeven Inches
wide,. ;.. .
Thi3 May Ianton pattern 13 cut In
sizes from thirty-four vto forty-four
Inches bust measure. Send 10 cents to
this office and No. 81-18 and the. pat
tern will be' sent promptly by mail. If
In baste send an additional two. cent
stamp for letter postage. When order order-tug
tug order-tug use coupon. f
No Size..,...,
Name ....i...... ....... M. ......
r Stiff collars. laundered tq; a board
like consistency, but rolled closer to
the neck than they were last season,
will. be given much consideration.
A- slight cough often becomes seri
ous, lurgs get congested, bronci.!
tubes: fiH with mucous. Your vitallr
ty is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar4Honey. It soothes your
irritateel air passages, loosens mu mucous
cous mucous and makes your system resist
colds. Give the baby and children
Dr. Bell's Pin-Tar-Honey. It's guar
anteed to help them. Only 25c : at
your druggist. tu-thr-fri-wkly
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through Jove and sympathy: to
lead pupils towara higher Ideals of
life ard duty; to establish closer ro
latlont. between home and school and
state; to exalt puilty of life and con conduct;
duct; conduct; to strengthen the moral tone cl
the community; to make good men
and women; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to malis
education attractive; to magnify the
state; to meet the need for educated
citizenship; such is the. exalted mis mission
sion mission of the teacher. Hon. Charles. R
Pennns and' .pillow, tops, latest
styles, at KREGER'S.

Ocala, Florida. Kov. 5, 1914.
Under and by virtue of authority
vested In the underslgneji as mayor of
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing1 under the
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim and give notice that a muni municipal
cipal municipal election for "the ity of Ocala is
hereby called and will be held in the
said city of Ocala, (Marion county- Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the x ;
Sth Day of December, A. D. 1014
for the purpose of electing a
mayor of the said city;'&vone coun councilman
cilman councilman from the first ward; also, two
councilmen from the second ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un
expired term of E. E. Robinson; also
one councilman from third ward; also
two councilmen from fourth ward, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: one to serve as regular council councilman
man councilman from said ward and one to fill un unexpired
expired unexpired term of J. N. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby appoint, the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. One: O. B. Howse, P. B.
Beckftam. J. H. Spencer, Inspectors, and
J. W. Kea, clerk.
Wfird No. Two: C IL Mathews. Isaac
Steviyns, C M. Livingston, nj?pectors,
and H. H. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: I W rner, I
Hur!t, A. D. Fausett, inspectors, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk.
. Ward ho. Four: E. W. Krayblll, I. W.
Ogl. W H. McConn, hispectors, and
A. -Y. -Strunk, clerk.
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: H. C. SI STRUNK.
City Clerk. 11-6-frl


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We Aim
To Be Upright in Our Deali::
. ; Vv'e r-.:t '
orn m::ats rp right
coo:c and co::sr?v: Tinr:

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piio:n: ic?
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Wo will thank yoa. Our Crivcrs
to lighten the load on the heaviest
rest -for-E lieariy: eferytedyjiibiittlila
Hi II I i I mini ill
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First consideration r.r: especial
' : I,
Packing and Ctorii;
Shipping of FrcJkt, r
Furniture, Piano3
and Safes.
SQ Serrieo
the Uest.

"dixie .FtiYHR "dixie JjIuyztw "ct:mixol::
soum ATiiArrrio liUnfED'TGo:ji:nr nour.'
Pullman cars' from Chicago, St; Louis, Indlasr.poIs LoulsUlIc.
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
Di:ra.sG and 01:3 m:vATio:r
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A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A,
- 13S W.'"Bay St. Jacksonville Ka.

Announces the moving of the inctituto

offices and treatment

Building on Main Street cautht

of Public Square, entrance bctw:. n r.:
Murray Cp., and Troxler's stands.
aLirg&:-.j& will.. tK5 Una....:
Strictly Upon Ethical Xinc3

rat Moni'-iid. inEc2,;2iiiiii 11 yen :rjarj i

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clay c tlio v.-
n i i. i mi" iiniini n niiiiini n ilium i
attcnticn :.ivc:: to c::'.ll ti:it
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Superior'? to Tlz:., i
or Cell;;:;; I;:
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(3Irs. E. H. Martin Editor)
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vroiDErr isets 1 q
x cijectrodibrs; J J
(i liLJXICUTRE SETS, all combinations. 0


cijECTIIodiers ; ; ' ;
iMACgiCUTRE SETS, all combinations. ''''
, ROGERS -'V1S47M Worldwide reputation.
iMANTEX CIX)CK13, ; dTesier and traveling clacks.
STtERLIXG SlLVEiRWTARi:, tEdgewood, Shirley, etc.
SIUVBIV (deposit) GIiAS3 VA7tE, must be seen to "be appre appre-;
; appre-; ciated. :'. ?-:;--:': ';::':- ' ,-' '

,COMiMUiXITY QILV1DR, the .beautiful "Patrician" pattern, fa

" "Sheraton,":. Exeter,' etc.- v.-, '.'&'-

SERVIXG TRAY, In theCbeautiful Circassian, Walnut, Fum-. fj

ed Oak, .Mahogany i!;nd iMission.



Best Line of CUT

The City of Ocala



Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans,; Specifications, Est i mates,' Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Build--
- Build-- insr Water Power, Dams, Reservoirs, Street
, Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 448 p Ocala, Florida

''-Babies Vested Rights
Let us begin to develop tlie unex unexplored
plored unexplored country oi' the vested rights
of babies. Let us build high, the

walls: o f love and? affection t around-

each new-born babe, protecting it and
its fire senses from every vibration
and every impression that could pos possibly,
sibly, possibly, oesmirch or contaminate a punu
.Let us treat the ibaby as if it were
a message direct from the God of the
universe. Let us receive it and wel welcome
come welcome it 'to this life, and let us nur nurture
ture nurture it as we would an angel -direct
sfroin the throne of God.
5Ve have colded and abimed the
children long enough by ordering
them to "keep oft the grass."
them to '"keep off 'the grass." Let na
coax tfremion to the grass and invite
them to ihelp themselves to the .fruits
and the flowers of ,brothexly love.
Let us say something that prac? prac?-lice
lice prac?-lice as -well as preach the ."doctrine

of "Peace on earth, good will toward
I plead this, not alone ibeh'alf
of the Imiby; hut I am quite 'sure that
the 'exercise of mich .. sentiments nti
'these will Ojring quickly and jurely to
our anaahopd and -womanhood "the re resultant
sultant resultant p a ; ihlglier moral urpoa-i
and d cleaner spiritual stature thnn
was evtir rea-lized toy any of th$ -past
and h-ygone generations of mien.-
Let us prove that rw'e love God with

11 our heart and mind and soul a:ld
by our gentle and tender considera consideration
tion consideration for the Ifrables. and their -vested
fights. Nautilus Magazine.
"Florida and Typhoid
(iBy Oir. J. Y. JENrter, State Health
V :' :;:"-::i : Ofilcer) . .:

: Why ishould the people of iFIorida

have typhoid lever when thoy don't
have to 'have it?

It isn't compulsory; it is 'prevent

able! Tn its source, Its nature and its

method of transmission it 4s disgust

ing, even ito the -point of being nau

seating, yet it continues from year to

year claiming its victims who might

be saved. The doctors and 'sanitists,

standing like sentinels to fpcint-the
way to ibealth and safety, are iforce l

to see tt e disease choosing whom St
will among those who might have
been rescued if. they -would. It is
sad ipathetic, mournful d careless,
wanton, rwicked waste of life. !Its not
suicide only tbecause it isn't a delib deliberate
erate deliberate seking.of death, ibut the case
would ibe a parallel if a man nvere to


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,McCue, Miss Jane Plncus and Mrs. Jessie Hardy Stubbs. These women -arc iho 4war squad" cf the Cc: :rzzlD:
Union for Woman Suffrage who have left Washin&to:! to work In the equal suffra states. Thoy ivIU c:t1. t:
their voting sisters to withhold their support from the Democrats, becausa cf th3 attiiuo of. tho rrcr:::t :-,.::3l: -tration
toward equal suffrase. l.llzzc3 Winzlov and Bjrn3 aro to establish hcidqiuirtcrj ia Can rr::c!rco,
Stevens aad Noyes in Denver,, Miss McCue in Seattle; M!s3 Plncus in Phoenix, Arizona, and CtubLa in Tcrt Tcrt-laad,
laad, Tcrt-laad, Orcsoa:v ,j :
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Iffine S2aip; Will FJcp u : (Euw Away

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DUT it WELL give cacli and 13VERV subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a 05 Coupoiaf
Book, redeemable at1 Its faco value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
WeeXdy Star subscriFtion a IU.50 book- redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, DsJ DsJ-ly
ly DsJ-ly or. Weekly, -will' get; a book f or each year paid; ; -.v, ?Jy 'V. :.::'::--v'-v-C-r .,:-:y;'-;'--
The following firms of Ocalf. will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur
chases made when Star Subscription Coupons vare presented at the time of making 'purchases:


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, 3Iarion Hardware Company, Hardware. ; -. . . I . .. 5, per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Ivnight & Lang,-Wagons, Buggies, etc . ...... ... ..... 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry. ........ ... ... ... .... 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gonts Furnisliings. . . . . . .'. .... . . 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods, ..... ... ... V. V . . . 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture . . . . . .... . '. 1Q per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer. ... ... ... . . . i . . ': .10 per cent
Miss Mary Affieck, Millinery. . ..... .... . . . ... ... 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why. Pay More?". ... '. . 5 per cent
Littles Shoe Parlors, Shoes ....... r. . . . . ....... 5 per cent

To illustrate how the plan vrlll save you money and bring back the equivalent In cash, Just what
the paper has cost you either, th-3 Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty, dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. Xou have
gotten back a dollar of 'your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the 'back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they trill give 10 per
cent, discount) ; you buy a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight-:
ens you there. Suppose the purchase Is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
. Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and, get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yorr remittance" by registered,
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.


Phone 51

Ocala, Florida

-walk among exploding dynamite af af-ter
ter af-ter 'being warned of its Jocatlonl
; Th source of typhoid fever is the
person suffering ifrom the disease.
The method of transmission js by the
trinsference of the typhoid germs
frym the patient to the : 'prccpective
victim. These germs pass from the
bedy principally in the evacuation of
the intestines. Sometimes,., though
hot often, the disease is transmitted
by personal contact. .They are car carried
ried carried on the dteet of flies and they are
left wherever, the fly alights. Those

that make the trouble are the -germs
that are -left by flies in the food which

wo eat iwe eat it if we don t fcnow

any (better and once again in the In Intestinal
testinal Intestinal tract of another .human be being,
ing, being, the chances are good for another


The most efficient weapon against

typhoid is 'prevention. U i3;a, thou

sand times more efficient than cure.

for prevention is about that many

times less -problematic than cure. The

steps in the iline of pTevention are
numerous. First .prevent the flies
from reaching the faecal matter f rom

the -'stools of the patient; next pre

vent flies ifrom reaching food;, next,

as an additional tpre'eaution, wash

thoroughly all food that is not to be

cooked, and all the time and every

wth'Jre kill the fly. Destroy 'his 'breeds
ing places in the stable, in' the man

ure (pile and. In other filth.
The screen for (Florida is a neces

sar;r means to salvation. Screen the
ear ;h closets, screen the pantry,
screen the kitchen, screen tho !bed-

rodm, screen the porch and screen
them with the full conviction that
such screening is not a luxury -but i

iif e-saver. '

.We (know that milk .is' frequently

a vehicle of Infection. We 'know that

water ihas much to do with the dis

semination Of typhoid from the .fact

that -cities In (Europe where the water

supply Is perfect, seldom number

their typhoid cases above 10 if or each

1000,000 of population, and In Am

erican cities the Tate Is not -usually

above 120 to each 100,000, while in
cities where the water is impure, this
rate goes from ten to twenty times as

high.. ; V
There is another menace in the
fact: that about 21-2 (per cent of

tnoso who contract typhoid fever

live to (become germ carriers, that is,
after they recover from the disease
ItseiK they continue to carry and
scatter its germs for an indefinite
period to infect others.
From these facts it, is evident that
this danger lurks constantly and un unsuspected
suspected unsuspected on all sides to menace pub public
lic public health, and from its Insidious na nature,
ture, nature, ho person can 'be absolutely safe
from its attack, excepting by -unrelenting
watchfulness and care.
There is much evidence to prove
that some Individuals are more sus susceptible
ceptible susceptible to the disease than are
others, and that for them extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary precautions are imperative for
escape. - ;
But while all sorts of prevention
in the line of sanitation help to check
the disease, the real victory over it
as in the discovery of the principle
of inoculation. Without, undertak undertaking
ing undertaking to discuss the baterlology of this
principle, it is enough to say that the
method consists In hypo derm ically in injecting
jecting injecting into the tblood of the individ individual
ual individual millions -upon millions of the
dead germs of typhoid, which. f or
period estimated to be about two
years give practical i mmunity from
the disease itself.
The success of this vaccination
against typhoid has been remarkable.
Its record in the history of hundreds
of thousands or cases has 'been that
only one-third as many vaccinated
persons have contracted the disease
as unvaccinated. More than this, the
disease has terminated fatally only

one-third as many times with vacci

nated 'persons. 'as with thV nnvacci nnvacci-nated.
nated. nnvacci-nated. In ot'aer vrords. this method

of lirevcntiDn (has. divided by at least

nine tho cliances of, dying, from the

dlsca-sc. The value of this discovery.

has ibeca that It has given1 the medi

cal -profession a new and imihty

weapon against the disease and ha3
robbed it of many of Its terrors.

.But like other weapons, It has no

value unless it is used. iAs a mere

ornament or as a ecientiSc discov

ery only to be talked about, It is just
about as useful in flighting dicase as

the nebular hypothesis. If the .peo

ple of -Florida will fight-this disease
in dead earnest, if even they, will will willingly,
ingly, willingly, foil W the orders bf those who

are leading, the fight, they will be
helping. If actively they will avail

themselves of 'this opportunity to se secure
cure secure immunity, they will receive
from the itoard of health all encour encouragement
agement encouragement and 'instructions; they tI11

receive free treatment, :!ree med medicines
icines medicines 'like salvation,-all they have
to do Is to accept It to h3 saved.
No man has a moral or a leal
right to become a menace to his fam family,
ily, family, to liis neighbors,' to the commun community,
ity, community, when he may have the means' to
avoid It. 'It is the moral duty of ev every
ery every (Florid! an to see to it that his food

and his surroundings do not threaten

his health. When he controls prop

erty, either as owner or as tenant, it
Is his duty to tal:e -every' renccnrlilo

precaution to avoid for himsclf, for
those dependent mpon :hlm,' and for

his neighbors, the blight of iyphoil
-fever, as well -as cf' other infectious

- diseases. .: .'-

Are you going to do your, duty next

summer, or do you prefer to suUcr

the consequences? ',

C Lit L. OGo


becponde:;cy bttti to i::dig:::

It Is not at all surpriring that per persons
sons persons who have Indigestion become
discouraged and despondent.' OEIere
are a few ,woin2s of hope and chesr
for them toy 3Irs. -Blanche (Bowery,
Indiana, Pa.: "For years my diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I couM scarcely
eat the Hghtesi: foods. It -rled every every-things
things every-things that I (heard of to get relief,
but until about a year ago when
I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver advertised
tised advertised and get ahottle of Jhem, did I
find the. right treatment.- I. soon be began
gan began to improve and since taking a
few (bottles. of them my digestion is
fine." JFor sale by all dealers.- ad


They Ussd to ; Wear Costs .cf'ii sr.JI
." ;CfirryFirsLrnc,s, : ;.; ';.
MDossof war" Is u--phras? : which,
enca urjact a tr:!:;,T v.s iz 'A i z V. ;
hors-2. Bugs hi:ve V. ;lr Jrt 1 1
battle: and -caiupiiiiis,:.''jind;;' la'., tha old
Jwsra between En si a hd' a rid cd t la. n d

dc3 7ero urcd by bath comL

for p'rcilng and tilling fugitiv

cr a Crfcat
It 1.3 H.L-at.d that Wallc- r.::i ll.i:
C-ich Lad clc:e escapes 'frera cj;tv.rj
hv -1 V-h to" if ''r v ffni'
tohave? thrown the, English 'Coz eg ttta
tccat by the now wc!i knov.n e::p;-I-cnt
cf trading up a stream fjr c::cugh
to baSe his pur.-1: WrJLv:.
evaded the.hcunl.i br havl:: : re'erjr:.
to a trick more cr l:zz comae, tr. lL-
tlocdy tiinca cf killlr:; a fcUo;z ri:!

leaving; the, body: ia. "the co,S3 p::th
;them" tococae' iipaia. ;; The" dogs fin
a bedy believed that U;;!r tr:l:

, ; ., am -. mi: UlStliJl J.

ur.2 of big czi r.-:aii;:t cavalry

t!:2 purp-jT3 cf t!:ro"h-j V.:o L"i:'
im fcf .'irf1in!f,S'"f'cf nrt fr I f Jufi
luvv v it u a I U1 i i tl if U tft'U wiuu v A,:.m
h:g parte, but casuiit:,;, fcr thc.i
Cerco crnine p,irt!:ar.i n.:ra c!e'.:I .! i::
'5 Atk "af:'miM 'rfif! si p f 1 -v: 1 1 h r n k p i n n
InetaiiCCJ are -record: 3 '..hero
Ceg3 with Cro brani t? I'lo t'.

coats of

cf il

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cllcrcl the ure of w.CJ AuzilMr.

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vfcen the- Harhcf I! ;i

. I mL iJi iuL .V ': SLr" W I t v 4 h
Eurrccticn C.'ztq hli tirmy
p.rjied '.by a bur: .Ire I L!oc:I.
Detrelt Nci.-s.'


LITEtTun -rGLUi iu.;.

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Merchants Cafe, A C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and. lunches

at any hour. Art v.

- The city tax books nave heen open
for -payment of 3 914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. Tlie law provides that
they be closed -.Dec. 1st, after which
a penalty of 10 per" cent, shall be
added and 201 lection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
. :W. W- Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. U-C-tf

A m m

-."."- flacks ia 'Draw; ills Salary."
Thz CJc-t pi eturce C;;ure '.2 V. :
achate of Italian i:LrsrI.:r.jLI,j I; "-
sr,3 III., grand d::!:o cf Tuv.r.:y. r: :v
. Shirr jrtfii&l5! rt t fif ifn 11 f 'iflirP f'vji1 f fm,
,11.444,1 VUU9 Aii-C ulii'W ftJU4UC UV C U ft -I ..
memberldmore 'especially ; .for -hi;- psr psr-ccnal
ccnal psr-ccnal ciaracterietic; L!.i vact
cf nelf acquired ie;,rr.I:;;;. lis Lcz L
described itia" a' literary glutton ;atia th-
f' ir 11 r? W I A f I- f t ? 1 1 ff f "V fr $ Kfii'i ir" ljr
much as he rcr.d everything I12 teught.
OH ov.'o library ccr. .! :iz I cf

books nrd 10,0-3 mac::


The tax fbooks for the payment of
19T4 state and county taxes are now
open. -. 1 ;'
Be sure and .bing or tend a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
bill or to pay your taxes. By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility,
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget-that the law allows, a
two ( 2 ) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one ( 1 So )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,-
AV. L. Colbert,
ll-S-2ra Tax Collector 'Marion Co.

J?eal Meaning of Leisure.
"Leisure," says Deacon W. C. Palmer,
"is no time to loaf. It's a time to da
those thing3 you've been wanting to

house literally overtired ,rith L;cj.
The stairways v.ere linid vIth their,'
asd they even filled tha frcnt per'.
In worldly muttcru Mr.g!:aL:ccLI i..
extremely negligent. lie even for: for:-to
to for:-to dratv-bij salary for over a r ir,
says tb? .Xorth American Ilcvle-..-. Mt
wore hU t-lotbes until they fell frc:
himr and 'thought it a great wante c
time to undress sit nbiht. "life 1 o!ng
ko short liiid booSis jo plentiful." llzt
welcomed nil inquiring Kchoijrs jsmvli jsmvli-ed'tbey
ed'tbey jsmvli-ed'tbey did not disturb him while nt
work. 4
IVrhitis tin- inot rxtruordin.-iry M-1
lrarlaushlp w:ik that enjoyed h? Dide Diderot,
rot, Diderot, who alxut 17iI5 decided 'ti ell bli
library in order to provide ;i dowry for
his daughter The Krnprc: Catherine
of Russia heard through Grimm of tba
straits to which Diderot had been re reduced
duced reduced and instructed her agent to buy
In the libn.ry at the owner's valuation.
In this way Diderot received not only
1G.000 iivri-s. but hq was gracicuely, re requested
quested requested to consider himself tha t li librarian
brarian librarian of the new purchase at a .al .alary
ary .alary of l.OOO livres a year. Moreover
and thi3 bigins to sound like a f'irx
tale Diderot was paid the salary for
fifty years In advance. r


; See f the. pretty window display of
French Toilet -ware at A. E. Durntt,
the jeweler. 11-7-tf-Jly ;

Hot drink3 of all kinds at

Court Pharmacy.


'rWAIA XnrENlXiS STAR, TUESDAY, XOniEli -17. 1014
, exiositiox program
A flfl no
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President Will Lead Great Naval
1 tjTir')';n7'jTl IT

Parade and Go on to Frisco to
Open the Exposition
Philadelphia, Nov. 17. President

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Council meets .this evening.

Pythian Sisters meet tonight.

.Masons meet Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening

. Board of Trade tomorrow night.

Marion County Democratic Club
meets tomorrow night.

Mr. P. ID. O'Dell, the contractor,
has bought an Overland touring car
to use in his contract work, which is
a. great convenience for him.

STATIONERY at reduced prices at


This report is' made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weifce, officiaV observer for the gov-

If you liAven't a shotgun, rent one
from the Oca la Pawn & Loan Office.
Almost any make you want. .Vhy
Pay More?" l-7tf

If you are contemplating building
see P. J. Theus for lumber. Cash or
on credit,. 1 12-6t.

iMr. II. S. Chambers has had as assurances
surances assurances from Dunnellon that, quite
a number of knights -will appear
from that section to take part in the
lance tournament at the fair next

ernment. ' '' :v
Max. Min. R. F.
Nor. 1. . .". .76 ,'. 51
Nov. 2. ... . .7$ -. 55'
Nov. 3. ...... .77 ;' 53
Nov. 4 ... .80 58 .
Nov. .5 80 53
Xov. 6. . ... ... .79 54 ; ;
Nov. 7. 79 54 : .
Nov., 8 ...79 56 : V
Nov. 9... 74 62 .33
Nov. 10... .,. .72 68
Nov. 11....... 71 46
Nov. 12. .. .. ..74 51 .
jNov. 13.. ..V.. 76 -56 ..
Nov. 14. ... . .76, 56 33
Nov. 15. 76 0 ..
Nov. 16. ... . .77 64 ...

Fair tonight and -Wednesday, ex

cept rain on south coast Wednesday;

frost In interior of north portion to

night. ;


Half million feet second hand 'lum 'lumber,
ber, 'lumber, all grades, for sale cheap for
cash, or on credit. Apply to P. J.
Theus, Ocala, Fla. 1.2-6't.

Whole wheat bread made under i
new process, wrapped In checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, 5 and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery. 17-tf

iMr. Jonas S. Driggers, of DeLeoa
Springs, is here on .business. He is
.buying a bunch of mules for the con concern
cern concern with which he is connected. Mr.
Driggers many years ago lived at
Moss Bluff in this county, and his
many friends are -pleased to shake
his hand once more.

"Doc' J. R. Blackiston is spending
the ,week in Gainesville with his
string of 'trotters at the fair. 'If he
doesn't bring away a lot of the
imrses his friends here will be dis disappointed.
appointed. disappointed. '"

Why worry about your Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cakes when you can have U3 bake
them for you to your order? Carter's
B?kery. .17-6t

This little spell of cool weather

will fbe a blessing to the merchants
of Ocala, as It will make the people
buy heavier clothing which they nat naturally
urally naturally -put oft doing In this climate
till reminded of It by the weather

man. '

Dr. McCIane of Clearwater, 'pastor
of .the Presbyterian church, came

through Ocala today on his way to
Crystal River to officiate at the fun funeral
eral funeral of IMrs. Herman (Miller.

Wilson's Itinerary and plans for the

formal opening of the Panama canal

and the Panama-Pacific .Exposition

are given as -follows in detail by
Lieutenant-Commander Needham L.

Jones, naval aide to the president.

Twentyseven -foreign battleships an 3

seventeen United States vessels will
participate. In outlining the plans.

Lieutenant Jones said: 7

"The foreign ships will arrive at

Hampton Roads 'between February

10 and 15 and there will join the
-United States fieet.The foreign of officers
ficers officers will 'be brought to Washington
by the United States officers, and on
February '2 0 will toe taken to the
White iHouse to smeet the president.
They will foe present when he 'will
press the button that opens the ex exposition,
position, exposition, i;;;'.,,- : ;U; .V.'-V-U'.
X)n February 22 the .president 'will
go to .Hampton Roads to review the
ships as they -sail for the eastern ter-



We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King

which must be sold -.within next sixty days party lias t.; have the mo:r ;

Better see us quick.
We also have one or two other small propositions :i the ofT:c3 which "re
priced very lov for cash. For particulars call on or vrke. :

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Mercharits, Block



For results -put '.'your Advertise:

Going It DUnd.
Eaver Bey got an Idea of the loc!:3

mlnal. On iMarch -5 the president cf his future bride by means of a pho pho-will
will pho-will return to iHampton 'Roads to tosraph. This Illustrates a dlQculty

join the United States steamship Xew from which the young Ensllshman la

York and sail for Colon. ; The New fres, but which la eonietinie3 very
Ycik will ibe conToyed ty her sister fl(T"rlt "eKsM
: not to see his brides face until he has

ship, the Texas.

actually inarried. her, or at the very

Commerciai-naxilfc .Clock, oa j
BI&gno!iiiirv plxeet, West." "v':;,:.t ; I




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iMr. and .Mrs. 1A. JR. Sandlln of
Ocala, have heen the guests of the
Empire 'hotel sinee Saturday, having
motored to Orlandp, where they have
spent the time mingling with friends.
Orlando Reporter-Star.

If its good quality and service we
have it. Ask anybody about us.
Gerig's, "A Reliable Drugstore.'Ml

We carry everything In the line
will find our prices the very lowest.
Take a look at our hunting coats in
extra large sizes. Ocala Pawn & Txan
Office. "Why Pay SMore?" 17-tf



V. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. .Law library Building,
Ocala, Fla.

iAbout twenty members of the
Ocala Lodge K nights of Pythias will
go to Reddick tonight to assist ; in
the work of coaferring ranks.-'

Free telephone service for the pub public
lic public at the Jtexall, Store at the fair.
Telephone me at the Rexall Store on
the fair grounds. Gerig's. 11-10

The high school foot-ball team ex expects
pects expects a game with the Starke eleven
Friday afternoon, and -the boys are
practicing up to high taw. vr

Marion-Dunn Lodge zso. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each, month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. 31,
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad


Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

-The two vessels will arrive at Ieast untii he i betrothed. The vounf-

Colon .March 10, and the president lady, as Duckett Ferrinian joints cut.

will transfer to the : Oregon to o ca,ri take a drive and get' a gllxnr3ecf
through the canal. On the Oregon Kher.sultor'a face out of doors. But her

will be the uresldent. the secretary face should remain veiled from him,

of the navy, Admiral Clark -who com- and, although he generally contrives
imanrfAri thff Orpsmn on her trin to get an Idea of her appearance, It

around the .Horn, and Admiral Tew- aIwaf e Mr. Ferriman j
mentions a high ofUcial's son. vho was h

V mnrtifiel nt hte nrninffifn fin4 hl

- upon xne arrival oixae re5ua ut bride a brunette. when he wanted a

iBalboa the formal celebration or tnej blonde

openin g o f the eanal will foe Iheld

n.ocont wtii vkith Rtttxtfiy for Cold in. Heaa.

. t ... , m Ap old remedy for a cold, in tho

uiC FCBiUCa, vi luc sj uu"v v head particularly, and an all over
ama, after which Tie will go a-board cold ln generai. is that of drinking

the New York and proceed to San much water. Drink at least two quarts

iFrancisco at the head of the fleet. of water dailv. Drink it ,k!ow1v. and

"The 'president will stop at San see that the glasses are at least a

Diego tlree days and will arrive In half hour apart.. v Water should not be

San IFrancisco 'March 24. After four taken with the meals, it should ba

davs at the enosition ihe will mm- taken half an hour after or before.

Conduct::; a CI. i
1 cr.s eIvc you tho :zt tl

AM now in, business for nyself.
tail bar and SIsJl Order "orre.

is, and as much as any c--j c!cd In -bii.Izccs for jour mc-.ey. i

teen years In th 'v.:slne3 ii3 taught me what the public v.

and I am supplying that -at.

jupt a sA:.irLu of good:; and priciij

Good OU J'roof llyo,
Corn or Gin, in jugs

at per gallcii

(" -1 o?

,0 Proof
if ia jugs

.t per gallon.,' -fc


Good Old 70 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs at
gallon. ( T :

, :r,iember that we v.;:

-iy order yc:i;cnd v.- rn.1
meet the prici of any ether
legitimate lir.use.

A glass of water upon rising should

be an invariable rule. This clears

uget Sound, TV ash, to inspect the t . ,T . 4
. lected overnigh. Hot water the nrst
navy yard at ttnat place. thirytr ,n tho TrnrT1inf, fc wtpr .th

com. Anoiner glass or water .tcoia.

ceed to Washington ;by rail,- whije

the secretary of the navy, will go to


Make my place your headquarters Vwhilo in' the city. Tou will to"
welcome and be treated' at ti tim-i and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at Johnny VPlarV Jf"
Tho FINEST BEER 3-ou ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

but never iced water) should betaken 4.

Just before retiring. Iced drinks are

Assassin of DeSoto Tiacr at Large in always a shock to the stomach.

the Everglades

' Lotus Eaters.

west -aim tfeacn, unov. 1. qonn in Greek legends lotus eaters were

Ashley, on trial 'here for the imurder a people who ate the fruit and drank

of DeSoto Tiger, a Seminole Indian, the juice of the lotus a prickly shrub

escaped from a deputy sheriff iSatur- possessing the power to cause con

day night while being '.taken from Burners to lose an tnougnts or nomt

the courtroom ,to his celi. Lshley ana Kmarea ana to smK into a stupor

.made a dash .for the EvenrladesJ ..W"?V" wu"" ui

, ana nan asieep. 'ine term 13 now

wroere ne was id niaing lor ia year --.i.,
.1 sometimes annlieo to nprsnna who for.

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alter K-uang ine mumn. 'Argumenis -Q v,A .i,.nwnJ

were being made Saturday for a try, or to those -who lead a languid

change of venue to Dade connty'and and listless life.

Ashley thad announced that if such a

cnange was maae ne woul a escape. Dcuble Work.

Sheriff Baker of Palm Beach county "Why Is it. thai a man won't wasa.

'hasoffered a reward of $1,000 for his face with a washcloth?" demanded

Ashley, dead or alive. Mrs- Wombat. "JMen haven't time for

all that foolishness," said Mr. Worn-

ft. X f I T-ll a a m . ...

GOVERNOR TltAMMELL 0 U UaJe l W?lsn. yUr

; we auu ueu yuu cave 10 wasn-me

PROCIi.I3IS THURSDAY, XOV. 20 washcloth." Louisville Courier Jour-


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On he 31st day of August, 1S64,
Mr. w: C. Jeffords of this city, "then
a soldier in Company H, First Flor Florida
ida Florida Regiment, saw a wounded com

rade taken from the battlefield at
Jonesboro, Ga. "iom that day until
a few days ago he has never seen or
heard of him. Several days ago
Sheriff Galloway received a letter
from Carey Bauknis"ht at Oxford,
Ga., asking for the names of any of
his comimy who might still be liv living
ing living in and around Ocala, at whiirh
point the company was recruited.
The let-er was turned over to .Mi'.
Jeffords, who at once recognized the
name as being that of his comrade
of fifty years ago who was woundcl
at Jonesboro. iMr. Bauknight has ap applied
plied applied for a perrsion and is endeavor endeavoring
ing endeavoring 10 prove his service in the army.
'.Mr. Jeffords, than whom no one has
a better memory-, has furnished his
old time comrade -with the necessarv
sproof of service, and congratulated
him upon his escape from what at
the time was thought to be a mortal

Tulula Lodge No, '22. I. O. O. P.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. X.. Colbert, Secretary.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. -M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis-

brothers. Wm. Gober 'C. C.

Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 3L

Hi A.

Ybu uki to Ihave
lira joujiip Ihomm

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. O. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Willi ms. E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

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ipt a rid courts

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thoroughly modern and up-to-dr.t?; pric:3 fair and reasonable.

Banks, court Louss, cT l ;orcs, post
ofSce and other publl- LuliJIngs ar tear

jii the ILsboro many cf tLeai crc? the

I street cr just arour i t:.s corrcr. i;.rcct
j street car service to U"Ica Ttatior t llini llini-vj
vj llini-vj "bfa-se to and froza teats and m3 frci
cf charge. Porters jr. t &11 traias.

iiiitj ifvery t mays xii i. :S'

- Tl. 3 r.; ar. i :ntUmr.n' C 'mz
tr. .-1 c.i l?.-? top j r is unusual ;! :si.TtI
' always -cool and fording a oe te w el
; ill e ; ci ty': ; a n da -s a b u r b s. v Special stteattcn
''rtid to ? parties.,' Grill Toora in baser ,cnt,
t r c cf ar.J rtvr cor' ci vt'icrs C.-.'y
. 1 t cf fo- i f:rvc i ,.i tt'--;r ro;,":.

c,f "jests.!?1; ttieut rscrratiocL better


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Governor Trammell has issued the

following Thanksgivinj

tion: '

lift up oar hearts dn- thanks to Al- LOSt F0UI1U, VatltCtl, FOF SSIS

mlShty G0a for His bountuui goo!- por R3nt and Similar Local Iscds

Draise and hone find linsnira'tion for

public and private tasks; F0R SALESa wed cedar posts, all
That endeavor may be' crowned heart, any quantity.: George W.

with gratitude; .Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

. That we may appropriately npon a

day specially designated, express our FOR SALE-lIomemade, jellies, pre-

appreciation of the opportunities of serves, canned fruits, pickles and

liberty and peace, of our freedom cat3up. Qlrs. P. H. Gillen. 4tt

from disorder, of abundant harvests,

of the manifold benefits of industry, WANTED To buy a second-hand

instantaneous gas water heater.
Must be .in sood condition. Apply
-to Box 223, Ocala. 11-7-tf

of the gains pf science and of the

Ocala Lodge So. tyu, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
j. D. Rooney, Dictator.


widening efforts of philanthropy;

'And that we may cultivate the

joys of fellowship and that amid good

eneer and the manifestations of pQR RENT-

brotherly kindness, we drawn
more 'closely together in mutual
sympathy and in enhanced desire tj

promote the common weal;

Jnow, Therefore, I, Park Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, governor of the state' of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, do hereby appoint and designate
Thursday, November 26, 1914, as a
day of general Thanksgiving, and

recommend its universal observance

by the people of Florida.

In testimony whereof, I have

hereunto set my hand and caused

the great seal of the state of (Florida

to be affixed at Tallahassee, the cap

ital, this the 17th day of Novembei

A. D. 1914.
- Park Trammell, Governor.
By the Governor, Attest:

H. Clay Crawford, Secy of Statt

A furnished room

for two gentlemen or married cou

ple; electric lights, ." bath; 'etc.;
rates reasonable. Apply' at 303 N.

Orange street after, 5 p. m. 11 9-6t

WANTED Three unfurnished rooms
'by young married couple. Must
be close in and in desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Address care Star, ,dh
FOR RENT December 1st, a four four-room
room four-room cottage, electric wired, soft
water; $6 per month. Apply at

1106 S. Orange St.


Fct King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
secend and fourth Friday. Visitlngr
sovereigns are always 'welcome.
F. J. (Burden, C. C. :
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ao.

At Least One.
"'Every one has some secret sorrow,"
cays a philosophizing friend. "Even
the fattest and jclliest of us has a
skeleton Ln his midst.''

FOR RENT Two or three furnish

ed rooms for light houskeeping.

just north of postoffice. Large
rooms and reasonable rates. 206
North Main street., or see Olclucas,
at Ocala iHouse barbershop. 16-6t

'FOR SALE Upright Everett piano,
good condition, $50; new crib,
$3.50. 203 Watula street. Phone
408. l-6t

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