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E1EHIGM1S I!! TURKEY MAY
. CRUELTY OF
ivondon, Nov. 18. A dispatch
from Chios states that Monday, while
Captain Decker of the cruiser Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, was on his way in the ship's
launch to visit the Turkish officials
at Smyrna, three shots were fired
at the fooat by the Turkish forts. The
launch was flying the American flag.
The ambassador to Turkey was re requested
quested requested by the Turkish officials to
have the Tennessee leave Ottoman
waters, which request was immedi immediately
ately immediately complied with.
CIlUISEIt IS AT CHIOS
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Washington, 'Nov. 1 8. A dispatch
from Captain Decker, announces the
arrival of the armored cruiser Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, at Chio, Greece, today.
ANXIOUS ABOUT AMEIUCAXS
Washington, (Nov. 17. Official dis dispatches
patches dispatches to the navy department state
that the launch from the cruiser
Tennessee was fired upon while pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding from Vourla to Smyrna, Asia
Extreme anxiety is entertained for
the safety of the jconsu late at the lat latter
ter latter place. Captain EDecker in the
launch was going to make official
calls "when the (boat, was fired at. r j
The Tennessee left Vourla at the
request of the American ambassador
to Turkey, and is now anchored in
the hafbor of Chios.
RITTURN TO PARIS
French Government Will Finish Its
Second Removal Tomorrow
Bordeaux, !Nov. 18. (It is reported
that the' legislative "and administra administrative
tive administrative staffs and the chamber of dep deputies
uties deputies will return to Paris tomorrow,
as a prelude to the return of the en entire
tire entire French government. The minor
officials are returning todayi
BOEJI REBELS BA1LY BEATEN
Fifteen Thousand Men Were En-7"-,
rolled in the Insurgent
Capetown, S. A., (Nov. IS. -An of official
ficial official dispatch from Pretoria says
that 15,000 IBoer rebels have 'been
defeated by the Union forces. The
-Boers were routed.
We carry 'everything in the line
of SPORTMAN'S GOODS, and you
will find our prices the very lowest.
Take a look at our hunting coats in
extra large sizes. Ocala Pawn & Loan
Office. "Why Pay More?" 17-tf
If you have never had one you should
let us make your Winter Suit.rThe fit
and workmanship can't be beat, even if
you do pay from $25 to $30, 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 Shadesin Worsteds,
Cheviots, Serges, Scotches and Tweeds,
Take your chrice nd pick the style you prefer. That
is all there is to it V
loffSisfa Woolen Mills
DE EXPOSED 10 THE FIIATIC
IlCJtDEK LIXK A3IKKICAXS AGAIX
THREATENED WITH MEXI MEXICAN
CAN MEXICAN ".BULLETS
Naco,. Nov. 18. Villa's troops
continued a general attack on the
Carranzaists at Naco, Sonora, today.
Several ibulldings a-e in flames.
On the American side the streets
are cleared, residents having 'been
advised to stay in the cellars.
SHOT AN AMERICAN CITIZEN
... Naco, Nov. 18. 'United States Cus Customs
toms Customs Inspector R. H. 'Reynolds was
shot through the leg 'by a bullet fir fired
ed fired across the iborder as he was
standing in the hotel office here to today.
day. today. The Carranza artillery com compelled
pelled compelled their assailants" to withdraw.
CLOSIilG II! 0
VILLA'S MEN (MARCHING TO RE RENEWED
NEWED RENEWED VICTORIES
Vera Cruz, .Nov. 1 8. Gen. Villa'3
troops are reported to have occupied
Queretaro and Irapuato, on their
march- toward (Mexico City. It is ru rumored
mored rumored that Carranza will arrive here
shortly, fleeing from Cordoba.
FREEZING WEATHER IN NORTH
WILL DRIVE -PEOPLE .TO
Saratoga, lN.-Y., iNov. 18 Saratoga
was visited by a heavy snow storm
and 'blizzard. The thermometer fell
rapidly last night and this morning
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AUSTniAUS, GEOLIilllS il
'Berlin, Xov. -18 (via wireless, offi official
cial official report). 'The- Germans have
Jbeen successful against the allies at
the; west and against the Russians;in
the east. Fighting continues -west of
Flanders. At Argonne our attacks
continue successful. A French sortie
to the south, of Verdun was repulsed.
PUSHED RUSSIANS BACK INTO
"-' poland ,"'''
Berlin, Nov. 18. Slussians and
Germans are locked in a great battle
along a thirty-mile front, stretching
from Plock to Kntno, in (Russian
Poland, today, and no decisive re results
sults results are in sight. Kutno was cap captured
tured captured ?by the Germans after a hand to
hand struggle in the streets. Gen General
eral General Von -Korff, the military gov governor
ernor governor of Warsaw, was captured by
German troops at Kutno. General
Von Korff was approaching the town
in an automobile not knowing it was
in the hands eft the Germans. .:.V-y'-vc
CROWED JIUSSIANS BACK AT
' ', CRACOW '-;-'"
Vienna, 'Nov. 18. Tt is officially
announced that Austrians concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated about Cracow for its defense,
have talcen the offensive and thrown
the "Russians in southwestern Poland
back, capturing 500 prisoners and
two machine guns. v
' STOCK MAY BE BARRED
Danger of Spreading Citrus Canker
May Shut Out all Foreign ;
'- : Tants, -Buds Etc.
AVashington, Cs'ov. 18. rln order to
prevent the introduction into this
country of what Is known as citrus
canker, the department of agricul agriculture
ture agriculture will hold a public nearlng; In
Washington at 11.0 o'clock on Decem December
ber December 8th, on the question of prohibit prohibiting
ing prohibiting the importation of citrus nur nursery
sery nursery stock, buds, scions or seed3.
This disease has already been
brought into the country apparent apparently
ly apparently on 'Japanese' nursery stock and is
becoming established in the gulf cit citrus
rus citrus region of the United States, in including
cluding including 'Florida, tin the latter state,
very vigorous efforts are being made
to stamp it' out, and it Is believed
that .they- will be successful, altho
the cost will ;be undoubtedly great.
The citrus canker, as its name .ra .raphes,
phes, .raphes, is a disease of citrus plants,
and is therefore particularly danger dangerous
ous dangerous to states" where the orange and
grapefruit industry is an important
WILL SELL FOR CASH ONLY
In the future the business of H.
W. Tucker will be run for cash and
This means that all Tungsten
lamps and supplies of all kinds going
out of stock daily will le sold only
A11 contracts and repair work
shall be collected for when work is
completed. 'H. W. Tucker,
tElectric and Plumbing Contractor.
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T0IS3 MIL I'll
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GER.MANS LOSE IMPORTANT FAC FACTORY
TORY FACTORY ON ZEEBRUGGE
Amsterdam, Nov. 18. A News
dispatch today states that, the allies'
warships ibomliarded and destroyed
the. great factory, on the yea canal
'between Zeebrugge and Bruges fused
iby the Germans for: 'l' military -purposes,
and that' a German military
train was also destroyed, together
with many Germans.
MARKET IS STEADY AND PRICES
New York, Nov. 18. Cotton was
steady, five to seen points lower, ex except
cept except December (old) which wras 21
higher. December, .6.90; (March,
7.40; iMay, 7.61. (Later, market ral rallying.
AIL THE AIEN DM E NTS
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-Were -Ratified by the People in the
" Recent Election
Tallahassee, INov. 18. All three
of the. amendments submitted to the
people in the last general election
were carried by overwhelming ma majorities,
jorities, majorities, according, to .the official
count of the vote jnst completed.
The official count follows.
Amendment abolishing the office of
county treasurer: For, 14,164;
against, 6;C6S, Total vote, 120,832.
Amendment making the state mil militia
itia militia conform with federal, regula regulations:
tions: regulations: For, 10,35'6; against, 4,798.
Total vote, 15,'158. f r
Amendment giving the legislature
power to create new judicial circuits
and the Increase of the salary of
judges:' For, 8,998; against, 4,500.
Total vote, 13,498.
CHEAP GAS FOR ALL
City and. country homo device, can
be put in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
Magnolia street -and see a plant
working in a coal rane.
3S-lt NEW GAS CO.
Th j .Resrall Store at the fair
grounds will have first class candies,
cigars, cigarettes, chewing gum and
soda water, etc. Gerig's. 11-12
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced prices at
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!, TOE EAST, THE IIIOS
London, 'Nov... .18. 'An official
statement today says that violent
fighting between British and .Ger .Germans
mans .Germans continues. The Germans yes yesterday
terday yesterday captured several British
trenches, which were later re-taken
in a counter attack. The, enemy was
driven back '500 yards. t
BATTERING AWAY IN BELGIUM
Paris, 'Nov. 18; '3 p: m.' (Official).
rAttacks by German infantry while
the kaiser's artillery was battering
away at the allies in front in Bel Belgium
gium Belgium has been -repulsed. '. The full
strength of the German bombard bombardment
ment bombardment against the allies at INieuport
and to the east an'd southeast.
BEAT AUSTRIANS IN BUKOVINA
Petrograd, (Nov. 18. After three
days' fighting,, the Russians routed
the Austrians in northern Bukovina.
iNo decisive result is reported in the
battle raging in German Poland.
IS ON THE BULGE
'Washington, Nov, 18. All infor information
mation information reaching, government depait depait-ments
ments depait-ments here indicated that the depres depression
sion depression which .'overtook 'business enter--prises
dn the United States when the
.European war began is vanishing.
The .hopeful outlook for American
ventures was summarized yesterday
by Secretary iRedfield in a letter to
the chaiirber of commerce to the
United States in wbich he declared:
fLet the -worst b,said and admit admitted
ted admitted that can be said respecting ex existing
isting existing business difficulties In Amer America,
ica, America, mr condition still remains not
only relatively bright, but rapidly Im Improving,
proving, Improving, and in many respects both
prosperous and .promising."
, "One cannot but sympathize with
the misfortunes, that have befallen
industries in all the belligerent coun countries,"
tries," countries," -said iMr. IRedfield, "and there therefore
fore therefore be so much more grateful that
no like ,fate threatens our own. No
observer of the large; movements of
our commerce today 'falls to recog recognize
nize recognize the great improvement that has
leen made in -business conditions
within the last few weeks, and which
is still progressing. r
No Serious Worry
"The payment of' our foreign obli obligations
gations obligations no longer causes seripu3 wor worry
ry worry since an import excess of $20, $20,-000,000
000,000 $20,-000,000 in August has been changed
to an export excess of approximate approximately
ly approximately $60,000,000 in October. The
deficit in our bank reserves in New
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LH1 W(D)(D)D(BT1T1 Eynflllils
Our expert tailor and cutter will take
your measure and your clothes will be
made m 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, or we will give you
your money back, that's our way of
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Yrk in August rose to a surplus re reserve
serve reserve early this month.
. The coune of exchange has be become
come become more normal. I&rge sums of
emergency carrency notes bave been
.withdrawn and with the opening of
the 'federal, reserve system great ad additional
ditional additional supplies of loanable funds
have become available. There no
longer Is serious concern over our
"One can look back calmly now to
the first 'weeks of "August, when
there was -a wheat t-inbaro w:h!ch
some', feared might mcan.t;ad loss to
farmers. Those same 'farmers arc
prosperous today, for wheat exports
have' been -unprecedented in amount
and at profitable prices..
"Cotton has beun to move and
existing arrangements promiro Tcllef
from the shadow which r.o long hung
over the ICouth.
"Ho v.-ho wants may read plain
faci-i -vv'hich show on every ldo not
only a marked hopeful 'feeling in in industry
dustry industry but tangible .facts on which
such feeling -rests. All problems arc
not" rworii-ed out yet. to perfect solu solution."
tion." solution." That; could t hardly bo 'with
raost tf the 'busIreFs and Indiv trial
part of the -world engaged in de destroying
stroying destroying life an J property on a colos colossal
sal colossal scale,
"Nevertheless on many sides mil!:;
are busy and factories running full
time or overtime; the number of un unemployed
employed unemployed is steadily growing Ic's3.
Dark ShnCow Disappears
' "The coming winter throws no
such dark shadow before as way
feared a few weeks ago,, and, tha
statement is beginning to be beard
here and there that 'goods cannot be
delivered as promptly as they arc
wanted because the factories are too
busy. The world abroad 13 turnin;;
toward America for a large portion
of its supplies and the phrase 'buy la
America' -has come to 'have a potency
that hitherto has been lacking.
. 4Th3 Improvement In conditions,
however, is not" ".wholly due to the
war. .Great and growing as our ex exports
ports exports are, they form but a small pro proportion
portion proportion of all of the total business
that Is constantly Increasing. A
knowledge that products can be bad
to finance business and enterprise;
these and' facts- like these have
brought fresh confidence ; into our
domestic markets at the same time
that foreign -buyers have entered
"We may be graeful, therefore," In
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THE OCALA KFEXUfQ 01 A it, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18. 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IJITTIXGEIl & CARROLL., PROPRIETORS
R. I.. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavtngood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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ALACHUA COUNTY FAIR
It was the pleasure and privilege
of a member of the Star staff Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to see the Alachua County 'Fair.
He saw a great deal in It to praise
and very little to criticise.
In company with a party of friends
he .went to Gainesville on the after afternoon
noon afternoon trafn. Reaching the University
City at 3:30, the Ocala party, on
leaving the train, were immediately
taken in charge by iMr. andIMrs. W.
X. Denham, well known in Ocala,
who had been delegated by the fair
(management to look out for them.
It happened that twenty-three
years ago -Will Denham and the
writer worked together in the com composing
posing composing room of a big city daily. It
wcs in the days before the speedy
linotype came into use, and many
nights they toiled together side by
side, steadily building into long col columns
umns columns of type the news of the world.
"Will. was a good side partner in those
days 'bright to solve every tangled
typographical problem, and ready to
f.nzse nis last oonar witn a iriena.
Except in years, he has not changed
cjiuch, so the fair (management could
not have picked out in Alachua for
'this scribe a more congenial guide.
'In IMr. iDenham's ibig auto, the
party was rapidly whirled to the fair
rsgTOunds. dlere in what was a pine
-grove not many months ago, iAlachua
."ill as butlded an exhibition of which
s-.she may be proud, and which iwlll set
, s. i .-.11 U rf TT'1 nr? r? r cict Arc
T.ut: ynxz ;iui tic vu w.v..
-who have not, and some who have,
fairs of their own.
The center of the fair lis a big
(building, whose only- rauit seems io
"io that it isn't ihfe enoush. At looked
large enough outside, but inside
there were so many things and so
irnanv Tvfnlf( that one was obliged to
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confess it was too small.
TDadies first always, so the visitors
tt'ere first shown upstairs into the
Roman's department. This made a
lovely show. CBeing upstairs, in a
big, well-lighted room, it -had an ad advantage
vantage advantage over the same department of
the CM arion-4Su inter Fair. It had no
better exhibits than our home insti institution,
tution, institution, but they could be better dis displayed.
played. displayed. It was a splendid display. The
school department led with fine spe specimens
cimens specimens of the skill of the scholars.
The canning clubs, of Alachua were
In solid evidence. There was a love lovely
ly lovely display of fruits and vegetables in
glass. There was an art department
that no observer could do justice to
In les3 than half a day. The ladv
visitors were going into ecstacies
over the embroidery and other dell-
the Ocala Star," and there would be j
a rwarm word of welcome and a
hearty handclasp. They ar? surely
good folks,- those Alachua county
people, and make one feel at home
In a matter of fact way that is the
best way. Mrs. Denham took care
of the ladies of the party, who were
made specially welcome in the
household department, where they
said they had "a lovely time," and
they certainly had many pleasant
people to meet and pretty things to
Mr. H. H. Wadsworth, the busi
ion, of the greatest size and thinnest
One farmer had 180 different var varieties
ieties varieties of products on his own place.
'And many had fifty. If Alachua was
an island, she could feed and clothe
They even had ripe watermelons.
'Hawthorne showed up almost as
well as (Micanopy. And Waldo had a
man there who brought a whole fair
with himT. K. Godbey, of the
Waldo nurseries, a man who culti cultivates
vates cultivates the soil for the love of it, an
enthusiast who makes money, who
evolutes the finished product from
the seed, and on a moderate-sized
piece of land make $15,000 a year
out of (Florida soil.
The University of Florida had a
big corner for its instructive display
the book farming that is making
the mossbacks awaken from their
Ttipvanwinkle sleep and realize that
every rod of ground is a page of na nature's
ture's nature's limitless encyclopedia.
In another building iwas the
poultry show, presided over by IMr.
Flynn iElliott, who says he has ev everything
erything everything in feathers. After looking
over the exhibit, and finding every everything
thing everything except an ostrich and a feather featherbed,
bed, featherbed, the writer had to admit that
Mr. Elliott's claim was mighty little
exaggerated. (He had many rare and
beautiful fowls, which he will show
in Ocala next week, and the Alachua
people have backed him up with
some splendid poultry.
There was not time for a close look
at the livestock, but there is a lot of
it, and it is superb. The Spring
Park stock farm, so well known to
our people, probably led, and many
There is a superb, standard racing
track, on which our own Jim CSIoor-
head was putting the finishing
touches, and many fine running,
trotting and pacing horses from Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama as
iwell as (Florida. Most of them will
be bere next week.
The. smallest thing in proportion
about the fair is the grand stand,
about half the size of ours. But it Is
big enough to hold the ladyv visitors,
and the men Would rather be rail rail-birds
birds rail-birds anyhow. They will probably
add to it next year.
There were a number of indus industrial
trial industrial exhibits, t some home and others
from abroad. .They were good, but
did not show up like the fruit, vege
table, agricultural and stock exhibits
Some questions of first importance
to the people of Ocala will be brought
before the 'Board of Trade at the
meeting this evening. The Marion Marion-Sumter
Sumter Marion-Sumter 'Fair, the recent shake-aip In
railroad schedules, the projected
civic improvements, commission gov government
ernment government and other vital affairs, are
slated fcr discussion. There is a
good change to secure a big league
tpam for nratlfft hprp npt. -winter.
ness manager, was acting the main and the meeting will be interesting
spring of the works in his office in in other ways. All members should
the administration building. (He was atteend if they can possibly do. so.
assisted in bis clerical work by Mrs.
vvauurm. auu.u, v '.u. rvm, i HOXESTV THE REST POLICY
who was a resident or Ocala a few
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years, uir. A. iwuu ui luc I)r. Weaver Administers a Needed
Spring Park Stock Farm was one of ...
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the leaders among the live stock ex
hibitors, and .Mrs. Callison was pres- Growers ews
iding over the fancy work display in lEdltor Fiorida Growers' .News, Can-
the household department. JMiss Li la ford Fla.
v.. t raser oi koiuoko, a sisier oi -ur. D sir: Your article. "iHonesty
S.&. Fraser. of Ocala, and occupying Best Policy," in your last issue re-
a position In Alachua similar to tnat quires an answer.
or Lirs. moorneaa m mariou, was j am not responsible for the ar
looking after the fine display of fruit tiele published in the Tampa Tri-
and vegetables tnat sne naa 'Deen so ,bune and COpied by other newspa
instrumental in geuing xogeiner.
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Our old friend T. C Carroll of the
ln none of my speeches have I
American Fertilizer Cftmpanr was ma,ft mpntinn flf thA diahnnpfv of
there, as was our young friend, A. M. prtmmis;nn impn nor did :T sav that
Flanery, with O. M. avis & Son of carloads of cantal oupes were sold by
aiatKa. ia iew -.uanon couniy 'peu- miolP r1 r, tYa rfnllar n oratt.
pie were in evidence, notably W. W. whil those sent on consignment
Stripling, O. Carmichael, Julian Bui- wer nver .heard, from.
lock and several others tne writer This is what 1 did say shippers
heard Of but didn't See. -hnx-A hPPn at fault in not trvins- to
Speaking by comparison, the dis- find the proner market, as In my own
play of exhibits is not as large as experience. 71 had shipped crates of
that Marion-Sumter bad last year, can;taiou DS to Jacksonville, where T
but it Is only a beginning, and if the sold them and thev netted me one
Alachua people keep-their fair go- donar and a quarter a crate, while
ing they will have a whole exposition those shipped on consignment netted
In a year or two more, aney seem feut three donars and seventy-five
to have more money than we have, cents for the Whole lot, and that
and just at present more enthusiasm. cabbage and other produce sent from
in some xnings, mej can ive us our same shipping point were never
pointers, and can doubtless learn a ,neard from, and that I had collected
few by coming over here next week, accaunt Qf sales from many other
which we hope they will do. vhinnprs and thp rp.tiirns .werfi about
Proving that the shiooer was at
air. .oennam orougnt tne vcaia fault A notfinding the proper mar-
party back to town m ms Mg car. t (befOTe shiD.Dine.
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auu 'ue gave tuem a wmn aruuuu ue i.- ,VotrotnM ATarVptinP-
A HA'NTJSOfllE SIDYIDH S i.ltV'ICE-lS Tlui 'HAlMA IUC OT
CULTUHE AND IREFI'NDMBN T. IT IS CHERISHED A3 THH ONC
CASTING ARTICLE IN THE H DM E LVXD IS PASSED DOWN
FROM GENERATION TO GENERATION. OUR SILVERWARE
IS SOLID "STERLING" WilEX WE (SAY IT IS. OUR -DESIGNS
ARE THE LATEST STYLES, AND OUR PRICES iXlV.l
HONEST LIK'E .OUR GOODSl SEND SILVEHVARE" AS YOUR
GIFT tAiXD BUY' IT AT OUR 3TORE W,HERi: YOU-KNOW Till:
FRICB3 ARE RIGHT AND THE GOODS ARE RELIABLE!
A. E. BURNETT
RELIABLE JE YfELBR
Great Iiittle City of Gainesville
business center. Gainesville has a
Bureau was founded for the purpose
magnificent iwhite way. All around of finding better and nroner markets
the square and principal streets, the that the commission men who
clustered electrics stand thick pret-r
.y lur visiiuis iu see auu 4 pnue tu no 1t rfhtfftn etnnnr ,nak-
aere. careful -nick and honest Back.
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was nnreeuug io noi iuut un Our aim is to better the condi-
Atlantlc Coast Line, which runs its I tjnns for the commission men and
t-alns right thru the business center for tne grower and thinner. 'that
Jhas 'P.aved the railroad street and there shall De no congestion of veg-
laid high rail all thru the city. No etabIes ln several markets while
bumpy crossings to be eyesores and hundreds of other places In the state
rack carriages ana autoes to pieces. neT Florida vegetables.
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.oum we raaae xo ao tne same xnmg lT ennwn at lnth aalrlnff
in Ocala if the city government had tne (farmers to plant less acreage',
any maokDone. ii some or those but try and make better crops, so
Gainesville, councilmen will move to that nothing but the very best vege-
ocaia, .we win elect them aldermen taDles ,will be packed and shipped.
as souu as xuey can quaniy. uney Tf this nnt. on bonest ivnHev and
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wviuiu :uici iu rauroaus realize Is not a ibmeflt to the Shinnr. com-
ocaia is some mnerent rrom Kocnelie mission man and the consumer, then
in less man six montns. 'iney wllTr (TlQI int t.hA vofoMo
wouldn't have any Noahsark depots shipper ,b(en so hard in the past as
m tne middle or the avenues, either. ;raany are so willing to testify.
.ino writer maae a oner visit to ..Honing that you -understand the
. . the GainpsvillA Run. whirh 1ms hnni .... .. mi.-u. ti.
It was the first day of the fair, but J" ; xrue aixiruae 01 me r ionaa vegew
not near all the exhibits twere in v Die -AiarKeting bureau ana or myseu,-
. .More were being hauled, to a uarier ut a ulu.ry' ana 18 on-OT I am, very truly yours,
I f M r !rA mv iV V r a I t a M
body was busy H. H. IcCxeary, the
Brick City Cider and ; White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, clochrt
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans. Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes. -Kingan's
Breakfast Bacon, in strips.-
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
hh ii Mommas
TTTV lT" TTT T
' 1 !; S: ill I M M "If & 1. m f i: ill JT
the grounds and some wrere still on
t.Vi i-v tt o it TViz irvaArvlo rtf A 11 A
. prietor, legislator as well as jour-
have gone to the support of their ..
IR. T. Weaver,
Chairman 'Finance Co m mi tee.
. The;;Mahaoemehtotv. DRi'',:; McCIL Mm
ana ? Electric ::: loslltafc ; ;
Announces the moving of the Institute
officer and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will bo Hen
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. MTO 4:30 P. M. PIIO? 333
. i --v iVi. Vi a
rate iaincs I ""- "" -" n!.Hcf a cto,ir wi, fftW
fibred ones of Alachua. The W. C. fair with anenthusiasm that we hope Z77C VVt. J';. HIXfAXS SLAYER
0 i ... uuiiuiux oi m uiv ana couniv ir
rr? tt i i 1 1 rvf ho dormrV. I 't-Viy-ico -if ATarinn Ti.rI Sll m TPf Willi
I. U. 1WU ilAl vuc cuu a,!. lUv 1 I fAf TTOTxr1ft ta o.
ment for their rest room, and re- emnlate.
freshment stand from which they, dis- Even at nightfall, they were build
pensed dainties. One department ing more 'pens 'for stock exhibits, and
was tilled by the. experiment station as the party went back to town it met Qf their fair s0 the visitor -only
of the University of Florida with wagon fter wagon loaded with pro- swapped ;g00a wishes nd then came
rare and beautiiui plants. aucis going io me iair.
Ieaving the ladies of the party in The Ocala visitors met miany old
charge of Qlrs. Xenham, who found friends, and made more new ones
new .friends for them every miinute, than they can count. It is impossi impossi-Mr
Mr impossi-Mr Denham and the writer went ble to remember all their names or
.Charleston, S. C, Nov. 18
.The Star would advise as many
Ocala and Marion county people as
can do so to go and see that Alachua
faT Tt will fin thtm rrr Ii n wo
from the dainties to thesolids and their faces. We only hope that they o like to see as man of their
-essentials, in tne agricultural ie- win in xne iuture recognize a xnenu
partment downstairs. when they see or hear of the Ocala
The first thing to strike the at- Star.
tention was the Micanopy display. Aoout oOOO visitors were present
-Micanopy is there with the goods, on the first day, and there (will prob- CONVINCED THAT EVANS
One could tell it was a neighbor to ably ibe a larger one every succeed-
Mclntqsh toy the magnificent spread ing day.
. .m-m. m I ni . .
of oranges and grapefruit. frne ine miawayv attractions are very
"Micanopy Brand," showing so well good better than the everage. They
in its dainty wrapping would attract also will he in Ocala next week.
editor, and iL. L. Palmer, the old,
reliable, all-around man. They 'had I , . t
- I Batcheler Perkins, the Boston archi archi-a
a archi-a big job to tell about the first day L A .. .t, I .r?T
W. R. iHinxnan, of Jacksonville, PU;,
on the high seas, is suffering from TIlQt
a wound on his throat oiaae writh a b
TRIED TO KILL HEilSELF j ? ?
folks as possible at the
Sumter T'air next week.
COMMITTED THE CHIME
St. Petersburg Independent: There
is no shadow of doubt about the guilt
Li. i.: ,? V ? 1 -rr C i TVl ? C TO nfoMf Anlltr V. f-i- T.rsnK f
dueuuuu au-v l v-.x, J'- should remember this in making
there was a store. ..uicanopy naa m cu at. ouusianuaiiy an Prepara- o the affairs
that corner of the fair a snow io nous nave ween maae in tne last live
back up her pretty and unique name. weeks. About the only thing to crit-
Any (man to lock at it would know
Micanopy was a garden spot.
And Alachua is an agricultural
empire. Corn and cane and cotton,
fruit and vegetables, meat and syrup,
hay and grain, stacked as close to together
gether together as it would go. Every kind
of garden vegetables, crispest lettuce,
okra, turnips, squash, heans, toma tomatoes,
toes, tomatoes, potatoes, sweet1 and 'Irish, all
right fresh out of the field and gar garden,
den, garden, as fine as you ever saw any anywhere.
where. anywhere. Avocado pears, pineapples and
bananas. What do you think of
Alachua for the tropics? And right
by th?m, big, shellback hickorynutH,
the biggest the writer has seen this
, side the Georgia mountains. Pecan:,
icise is the unfinished state of the
grounds and the rough -road from the
city limits. Both of these -will be
bettered next year also, the build
ings will be enlarged. They will
have to be.
LMarion and Sumter are able to
of the assault knew Evans and says
he was the man. JThe negroes are
all convinced he was suUty and have
offered no protest against the treat
ment accorded him, saying he deserv
ed death for the crime
brother-in-law of Perkins, and others V
in touch with the prisoner, last night L
refused to discuss the matter in any )
way. The physician of Perkins said T?rTT nnL
that the wound was not serious.
10 a L-erson wo) l-?L33
VFflff 8 .Pft
mnzzd en Lie nnsorci
;:; Clean, Fresh, Vell Laundered Lii::;
is a necessity. To supply that nr
jBuJbgJt ":iiifciniiiip fciir'iiiiilfc wiw 'ikiliv
102-401 fl. ll&in Gtrcct
TVi "nrrviiTil o rnr-rri in tr tr tlra i n f rvr I V
mation avaiiaDie, was maae wiin ii'3
segment of a drinking glass, which
Perkins broke on a chair.
FIXED UP THE AUTO TRUCK
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
Experiences -with forest fires on
make a better show, but they won't the national sforests this year sho
unless they bustle.
that automobiles, where they can be
The fair is a revelation to any used, furnish the quickest and cheap cheap-man
man cheap-man from Florida or abroad of the est transportation for crews of fire
great resources of Alachua county. fighters. Motor rates, are ."higher
The Star man met so many good than those for teams for the actual
people at the fair, he couldn't begin time employed, but the total cost per
to remember them all, unless he had distance traveled and in .wages paid
carried a registration book for their to men in getting to fires is much
names and a moving picture ap- less. The time-savdng is self-evident;
paratus for their faces. About every trips which ordinarily require wo
minute and a half or less, Will Den- days time have been made by auto-
our premier Florida nut, in profujj- ham would say, "Here's a man from j mobile in. a few hours.
The Russian government has -placed
an embargo on all kinds of hrm
ber, to prevent its exportation; -walnut
lumber, including Circassian
walnut, much prized by American
furniture makers, Is specifically men mentioned.
a ) AbKi')tA5 of TVf MiOkf; rim j "Bi,tal
tent. jk4 mmw l tertawf C fw l
irtn ft uMwm p n wv m4 t1
During the four days of the CNIar-lon-Sumter
Fair we will give 10 per
cent discount on every purchase
made. Little's Shoe Parlor. 9-tf
. Why worry about your Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving cakes when you can have us bake
thera for you to your order? Carter's
M m AAArvmx i1 T. Cs
' WllMH. AJKJt TOt-' WAJi. m
j OUR-CLASSIFIED 7
ADS OFFER BETTER
iW W.W III-
I "Wwip- t"f 1"',.
Pui Your Ad. in the STAR if yoa mat RESUl
Xii UOALA EVEN ITS Q CTAll, WKJMfESDAY, NOV. 10, 1914
HERE'S a better, way to
build walls thin by using
lath jtr.d plaster. There's a
way 'o save the cost cf con
tractoi labor a vay to cut on the
con cf material a way to build
better more permanent wa:i:. That
way ;s by uting; B-idger-fJoard'"
ADGiiP.-r.OAHI is ci-iv to m-
do thfc vorx yvjr.e'l. AfJ t!. tc-c'a
ri&edcl are h ;.;ni.r ani eswtr.d al almost
most almost anybody cert fo an expert job job-A
A job-A Emier-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled a id painted with many bcfcut!
Permanent Walls at
BAEGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it riakes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in,
tha c:!d out. Call and see a sample
of Badfer-Board ar.d ask us about
Hsi muny usts.
Call on or w rito for prices
J, D. McO.4 SKILL,
6 tat i! Agent,,
2,000 BAKES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
ON TREES OF A lilllUTIFUJ,,
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I .have a iplehdiA Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced but no other ini-.
proveiaints. Mere than 2,000
boxes of drange3 now on trees
almos: ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson.
Price of Prop3r:y as it stands
Great(!&t Bargrain in the County.
Call on or Address
. S. Sis
Koom 5t 3rereliants Block,
Phono J 25, OCALrA, FIiA
All kinds of Jewelry, Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter Sewing Machine and.
Grapheme Repairing prompt prompt-executed.
executed. prompt-executed. Prices .reasonable.
216 S. f.lagnolia Street
rO'llT not give your lad
the same training?
"TVT.t a I was a growing lad, and came
upon matvr words in my readinjr that
I did not understand, my mother. In Instead
stead Instead of fivinar me the definition when
I appliel to her, tmlfcrmly sent ne to
the dictionary to learn it, and in thia
way I crrudoally learned many things
besides i:he meaning of the indlridnal
word in -3 u est ion among other things,
how to t c a dictionary, and the great
pleasure and adrantaire there might
be in th: use of the dictionary.
Af terwai d-H, when 1 went to the Tillrte
school, my chief diversion, after les lessons
sons lessons were learned and before they
were rec ted, was in taming over the
pages of the 'Unabridged of those
days. Ii'o' the riost modern Una
bridged- theNEW IXTE RN ATIONAL
gires me a pleasure of the same sort.
So far a my knowledge extends, it is
at present the best cf the one-volume
dictionaries, and quite sufficient for
all ordinary uses. Even those who
possess the splendid dictionaries' in
several volumes will yet find it a great
convenience to have this, which is so
compact, co full, and so trustworthy
as to leave, in most cases, little to be
desired."- Albert S. Cook,Ph.D.,UL.D
- Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Unir. April 28.1311.
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For Ore? 63 Years Publishers of
The Genuine Webster's Dictionaries,
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Located lr Ocala, Fla., Expert wotk
g-uaranteeil. References given.
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1 r ?re?HR p2T?h
r 6fH ) I H AN
"Thou sh tit break them with a rod af
O Honer were we away than I
pin: my enxer question. "What
ihi .vou think of it?
J w HhruKfred bb shoulders.
"Do yoi know any of these men?"
"Ail of ; i.beiu
lIov t UiUt the fellow who is on
bad tern! with-
, .Vovetn ')cr seized my arm. A man j
was ajiprc.tchiii through the dusk. As
he pUKsecl my c ompanion hailed him. i
-xjeiio. uaxter: Uian t know you d
come hack. Where you been?"
"Hilit iip on tbe headwaters."
"Fitz i ue down with you ?
"Xo: sQiyed on the line of trapa.
IMd you w ant him. Novemtwr?"
"Yes, tut it can wait- See any
"Nary one: nothing but red deer."
"'I'hat settles it." said November. "If
b? speak the truth, as 1 believe he
does, it -ws'su't either of the Gurds shot
. Why t ot?" :
"Didn't you hear 'him say they hadn't
seen any trioose? And I told you that
the man that shot Lyon had killed a
moose qu::e recent. That leaves just
lliller ani ,nigb;rmson and it weren't
"You're istire of that?
'Stark certain One reason, is that
Miller's c.bove six foot, and the man
a: camped with Lyon wasn't as tall
by six inches. Another reason. You
heard the- storekeeper ay how Miller
and Lyon wasn't on speaking terms.
Yet the man "who shot Lyon camped
with him slep beside him must -'a'
Ills clear reasoning rang true.
IlighaiQson lives alone away up
above Lyon's." continued November
"He'll qui Ise back home soon."
. Unless' he's guilty and has fled the
country. I suggested.
"He won't a done that- It 'ud be
as. good as a confession. No, he thinks
he's done his work to rights and has-
nothing to fear Like as not he's back
The nigfct had become both wild and
blustering before we set out for Hig
hsmson's hut. and ail along the forest
paths wbl?h led to it the sleet and
snow of v?aat November called "a real
mean uighr" beat In our faces.
It was b:ack dark or nearly so when
at last a building loomed np in front
of us. a ff.iht light t showing under the
door. '. '
"You there. Highamson?" called out
As there was no answer, my com companion
panion companion pushed it open, and we enter entered
ed entered tbe sm ill wooden room, where on
a single tible a lamp brrued dimly.
He turneti Jt up and looked around.
A pack lay on the floor unopened, and
a gun leaned up in a corner.
"Just got in." commented Novem
ber. "Ilasn't loosed up his pack yet."
He turuel it over A hatchet was
thrust through the wide thongs which
bound it November drew it out.
"Put your thumb along that edge,
be said. "Lluut? Yes? Yet he drove
that old hatchet as deep in the wood
as Lyon drove his sharp one. He's a
As be spoke he was busying him himself
self himself w'ith the pack, examining its con contents
tents contents with deft lingers. It held little
save a few clothes, a little tea and
salt and other fragments of provi provisions
sions provisions and a Bible. The finding of the
last was. 1 could see. no surprise to j
November! though the reason why he i
should have suspected Its presence re- j
mained hidden from me. But I bad
begun to realizethat much was plain j
to hfm which to the ordinary man was
Having satisfied himself as to every
article fn thp rwu-k hp ronWllv rp.
placed them and tied it up as he bad
found it. wten I. glancing out of the'
small window, saw a light, moving low
among the trees, to which 1 called No November
vember November JoeV attention.
"It's likely Highamson," he said,
"coming home with' a lantern. Get
you into that dark corner."
I did so. while November stood in
the shadow at the back of the closed
door Froit, my position I could see j
the lantern slowly approaching until it
flung a gleam of light through the
wiudow into the hut. The next mo moment
ment moment tbe door was thrust open, and
the heavy, breathing of a man became
.imdihle V '""
It happened that at first Highamson
saw ueither Df us. so that the first In Intimation
timation Intimation thai: he had of our presence
was Niviiilr "Hllnf
"s, -.BMW- l I M H Mli I Si I i i
Cci5i-i.ht. 1913, fcy
Down crashed the lantern, and ttf
bearer started t ack with a quick
v "Who's there?" he cried. "Who" "Who"-"Them
"Them "Who"-"Them as Is sent by Hal Lyon."
Never have 1 s?eii word produce so
tremendous an e3Tet
Highamson gare a btllow of fui.y.
and the next instant he and November
were struggling together :t
I spraug to my companion's aid, and
even then it was no easy task for .-the
two of us to master the powerful old
man. As we held him down I caught
my first sight or his ash gray
His mouth grinned open, and there
was a terrible Intention in his staling
eyes. But all changed us he reeog
nized his' visitor.
"Novemleri November Joe!" cried he.
"Get cpT And as Highamson rose
to his feet. 'Vhatever for did you do
It?" asked November in his quiet voice
But now Its quietness carried a men
"Do what? 1 didn't-1" Higham
son paused, and there was something
unquestionably fine abo'it the old man
as he added: "No, I on't lie. It's
true I shot Hal Lyon. And what's
more if it was to do ugain I'd do It
again. It's the best deed I ever done done-Yes,
Yes, done-Yes, I say that, though I know, it's
written In the book, 'Who so shWtdeth
man's blood, by man shall his blood
"Why did yoo do it?" repeated No
vember. ";? ";.""' ';'-.'-:'rv
Highamson gave him a look.
"I'll tell you. I did it for my little
Janey's sake. He was her husband.
See here! I'll tell yod why 1 shot Hal
Lyon. Along of the first week of last
month I went away back into the
woods trapping muskrats. I was gone
more'n the month, and the day I come
back I went over to see Janey. Hal
Lyorr weren't there. If he had been 1
shouldn't never 'a' need?d to travel "so
far to get even with him. But that's j
neituer nere nor there, tie d gone to
his bear traps above Big Tree. But the
night before he left he'd got In one f
his quarrels with my Janey. Hit her,
he did. There was one tooth gone
where his fist fell." ; W
. Never have I seen such fury as burn burned
ed burned in the old man's eyes as be groaned
out the last words. r ;
"Janey. that had the prettiest face
for fifty miles around. She tried to
hide it from me she didi t want me
to know, But there was her poor face
all swole and black and blue and the
gap among her white teeth. Bit by bit
it all came out. It weren't the first
time Lyon d took his hands to her, no
nor the third nor the fourth. There on
the spot as I looked at her 1 made up
my mind I'd .jV after him. and I'd
make him promise me. aye. swear to
me on the Holy Hook, never to lay
hand on her again 1 he wouldn't
swear I'd put him where bis bands
couldn't reach her I found him camp
ed i? way Hp alongside a backwater
near his traps, and I told him I'd seen
Janey and that he must swear. He
wouldn't. He iid heI learu her to
tell ou him fle d smash her in the
mouth again Then he lay down and
slep' 1 wondT now he weren't afraid
of me, but 1 suppose that was along of
me. being a quiet. God fearing chap
Hour by' hour 1 lay awaUe. and then. I
couldn't stand U no inure, and 1 got
tip and puIUmI a Jiitof candle .1'; had
BJuSs & Freits
per pound 20c
Best English Walnuts,
new crop, per pound. 20c
Brazil iNuts, best INo. 1,
per pound . 18c
Fretli California Raisins
per pound . ... 15c,
Two pound 4for. .... 25c
Large Bananas, fresh ev every
ery every day, per doz. 1 5c
Homemade Candy, fresh
ewery day, per pound 5c
ALL FRUITS CHEAPER
430 K. lagnolia St.
CARnCHAEL, -. BLDG.
from my pacK. tixea up a cancuesucs
and looked in my Bible for guidance.
And the words I lit on were Thou
8 halt break them vritb a rod of iron.
That was the gun clear enough Then
I blew out the light, and 1 think I
slep; for I dreametl
"Next morning Lyou was up early
He had two or three green skins that
he'd took off the d i.v beforeh and he
said he wa going straight home to
smash Janey I lay there and I said
nothing, black nor white. His judg
ment was set. 1 knew he couldn't
f make all the distance in one day. and
I was pretty sure he'd camp at Big
Tre? I anivcMi there just after him.
as 1 cou id t ra vel faster by canoe tha n
him walking.";" a nd, so kep near him all
day It was nigh sunset. and I bent
down under the bi.,nk so he couldn't
see me. He went into the old shack
I3called put .his ni me. j heard him
cursing at my voice, and when he
showed his face 1 shot him dead. I
never landed: I never left no tracks. I
thought L was' saf iK sure. You've took
me: vet only Tor Jane y's sake I
wouldn't care. I did right, but she
won't like them to say her father's a
murderer.; That's all."
: ": November.'' sat on the edge ,r ,the
table. UU handsjme face was grave.
Nothing more was said for a good
while. Tljen Higtiamson stood op.
"I'm ready. November, but you'll let
me see Janey agiiu before you give
me over to tbe p-lice."
November looked him In the eyc3
"Expect you'll see a good deal of
Janey yet. She'll be lonesome over
there now that iier brute husband's
gone, sue u want you to uve wiui i
her." he ;.iid.
: November nodded. "If the police
can, catch you for themselves. let "em,
and you'd lessen the chance of that a
wonderful deal if you was to burn
them moose sbank moccasio'ns you're
wearing When did you kill your
Tuesday's a week. And my moc moccasins
casins moccasins was wore out. so l fixed 'em up
"1 know. The hair on em Is- slip
ping. 1 found some of It In your
tracks in the camp, away above Big
Tree. That's how 1 knew you'd killed
a moose 1 found your candlestick
too. Here it is.V He took from his
pocket the little piece of spruce stick,
which had pr.zzled me so much, and
turned toward me.
And the Next Instant He and Novem November
ber November Were Struggling Together
"Tills end s sna rp to siiek into tne
earth; that end's :lit. and ytu fix the
candle in with a bit biivh bark
Now it can go lato t be stove a long
o the moccasins He opeued thej
stove door and ihrust in the articles.
"Only three know your secret. Hie
namsou, and if 1 was you 1 wouldu t
mate it four, not even by adding a
woman to it."
Highamson beld out his baud.
"You always was a white man.
Nov." said be.
Houns later, as we sat drinking a
final cup of tea at the campfire, I said:
"After you examined Lyon's upper
camp you told me seven things about
the murderer..- You've explained bow
you knew ihein. all but three."
"What are tbe three?"
"First, how did' you know that Hig Highamson
hamson Highamson had been a long time in the
woods without; visiting a settlement?"
"His moccasins was wore out and
patched with raw moose hide. -The
tracks of them was plain." replied No November.
I nodded. "And how could you tell
that he was religious and spent the
night in great trouble of mind?
November paused in filling his pipe.
"He couldn't sleep." said he, "aDd so
he got up and cut that, candlestick.
What'd be want to light a candle for
but to read by? And why should he
want to read In the middle of the
night if be was not in trouble? And
If he was in trouble, what book would
he want to read? Besides, not one
trapper in a hundred carries any book
but the Bible."
"I see,' But how did you know It
was in the middle of the night?"
"Did you notice where he cut his
"No." said I.
"1 did. and he made two false cuts
where bis knife slipped In the dark.
i! I! H ; r 1 r
"Ana you at answer
November stirred the embers.-iH.-de'
the kettle, and the firelight 111 tip his
6ne"f!ce as he turned with a yawn
"My." said he, "but I'm glad Hig Highamson
hamson Highamson had hl3 reasons. I'd 'a' hated
to think of that old man shot in where
he couldn't see the sun rise. Y7ouldnt
I wish to call the attention of "tae
ladies of tbe county and city to "tae
fact that 1 now have an experience 1
sewins machine repair man and :f
word is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House cr to me personally he v.'ill
call on you and do any needed re repairing
pairing repairing or regulating on your ma machine,
chine, machine, no matter what kind of ma machine
chine machine you may .have.
Respectfully B. Goldman,
11-2-tr : Ocala, Fla.
His Kind Heart,
blaster of the House, sternly"Tca
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'eartcd. sir." ;
OPEN DAY A!0 "SIGHT
Merchants Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Clueerect Vord in Language.
Pocket-handkerchief is the queerest
word La the language. 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 Jhead held in the
hand and kept in the. pocket.
CHEAP GAS FOK ALIj
City and country home device, can
be put in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner .Fort King avenue and
'Magnolia street" and see a plant
working in a. coal range. .
18-11: ,XEW, GAS CO.
Paths for All Climbers.
There Is one best path to tha ir.cun ir.cun-tain
tain ir.cun-tain crest, yet there are otherpatha
nearly as good. Let Youth be asaured
that the steeps of success have as
many paths as there are stout hearted
FJ1ETTY WINDOW BISFDAY
See the pretty window display Of
French Toilet fware at A. E. Burnet!
the jeweler. 11-7-tf-dly
DESPONDENCY DUE TO IXDIGES-
It is not at all surprising that per persons
sons persons who have indigestion become
difscou-raged and despondent., .Here
are a few words of hope and cheer
for them roy IMrs. Blanche iBowci-
In liana, Fa.: "For years my. diges digestion
tion digestion was so poor that I could scarcely
eat the lightest foods. It i-ied every-
thfmgs that I heard of to get relief
hut mtil about a year itgo when
I -saw Chamberlain's TabletH adver
tised and get a bottle of them, did
find the right treatment. I oon be
gin to improve and s.!nct taking
few (bottles of them my d.ig'Stion is
fine." For sale by all dealers. ad
OPEN DAK AND NTGIJT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Hour. Adv
The city tax books nave ;b en open
for n2,vment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law provides tha
they be closed Deer. 1st, alter which
a nenaltv of 10 ner cent, shall be
added and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property
W. W.' C:iya tt;
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. ll-6-tf
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax hooks for the payment of
1914 state and county taxes are now
, Be sure and ,h.ing or sondi a cor correct
rect correct description of your property
when you come or send for your tax
bil l 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
Xo vemfber pajnents and one (1 )
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
ll-3-2m Tax Collector Marion Co.
CHEAP GAS FOR ALL
City and country home device, can
be put in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal range.
lg.lt NEW GAS CO.
- mrT"P a V i
Bear in ralnd that Chaniborlaln's
Tablets not only move the Jbowels.
out improve the appetilte and
strengthen the digestion. For sale
by all dealers. ad
win ;-' 1; ' "' 9 J
!.:; II fff j I f f
Ilourlhnicnt fine 11a 11a-vor
vor 11a-vor purity criapneca
for 5 cents, in the
ni o isttire-pro o f p acTiace.
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious cm!
' stfen g'tli enin g. fl j Fresh
batedH:and .:.'- fresh ;-.de-
livcred. xo ccntc.
S- : i m
A delightful new bis bis-.
. bis-. cuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut. fia fia-vor,
vor, fia-vor, Cricp and always
fresh, 10 cents.
J-uy biscuit lalcd by
: ; COMR.AJ1Y
; yJUzzsays look for that Ncms ;
iiumiihhiiuihi iniiinirmi- mi- f r 1
Ljf k,j i if
So buy your groceries from
and save money.
Every -little -bit -helps. Full weisht
and manure guaraatead
i pound Bliss CoHc o.
.11 pounds lcs.t Rice,
1 qt ood Floridri fjjrup
1 bottle jyood'FIa
Ir'-vh potatoes per pi
HACON per pound
5 ;:-lions oil.
Everything cheap for cash
Next to Bnrnctt's
On Fort Kins Avcnuo
P?th cf the Ksr.3 -Several
b!rc?3 make reil.r raihs to
and from their resorto. :'Tho-o uf tho
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. Very no no-tlce'ble
tlce'ble no-tlce'ble are those In the haunts of tho
kakapo, the large, rock-uwUmg, barrow-ncctf
eg oullike parrot cf tho
mountains ot New Zealand. They
beat down regular patlis along tha
spurs and ridges where', they abound,
so that a pemon KJght lie excused for
supposing they were meant fcr human
feet. -It is along these avenues that
the bird3 go to and fro en their coo
turcal rambles, and, as; they march
protmdlng gpcar of grifs or vrecs-!,
keeping the path perfectly clean,
when the path is buried in snow they
still follow it on the surface and sooa
heat dcn a trark.
Call Covers Sewed by Hand
Go far co machine has been fcul
to give satisfaction In sewing tho cor
ers on baseball;?. Hundreds of thous thousands
ands thousands of balls are used every year, &r,&
they aie all hand sewed. A man
work'ng his "best can net 'ztnlsli ncrD
dan three doicn a day.
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for thl3 department call phone 106)
The Walters-Johnson Wedding
.jf lieautiful Social Es
In the wake of a perfect da- and
characterized Sy all the, beauty and
loveliness of a
home wedding, the
marriage of &Iiss Clara Elizabeth
Johnson and br. James Harry al alters
ters alters was solemnized last eveuing m
the iresence of only relatives and
closest friends at eight o'clock at the
jhome of the foride's parents, C&pt.
Jind IMrs. Thomas iHamilton Johnson, Johnson,-aullThirTroth
aullThirTroth Johnson,-aullThirTroth to
the annals of Ocala society.
fThe decorations were very -beautiful.
The. white walls of the rooms
opening en srulte formed an effective
(background 'for the quantities of
greenery used to develop the color
motif of white and green in the re reception
ception reception hall and parlor and to en enhance
hance enhance the .pink color scheme In the
library and dining room. The choic choicest
est choicest of .November's particular flower.
tho chrysanthemum, and exquisite
. i i m a xi ii i
roses leni spienaor io me nupnai
scene, a profusion of them adorning
the rooms. a 'Wedding bells of varying
sizes were suspended from th,e door doorways
ways doorways and chandeliers.
The marriage was celebrated in
the parlor, which was a ibower of
loveliness, the picture moulding
marking a tracery of aspargus fern,
and baskets of white chrysanthe chrysanthemums,
mums, chrysanthemums, ted with rwhite tulle, gracing
the mantle and piano. A white arcn,
flanked with chrysanthemums twined
with fern, and suspending a large
wedding bell of chrysanthemum and
tulle and smaller bells over a long
white satin cushion, designated the
place for the exchanging of the wed wedding
ding wedding vows. In the background was
candelabrum holding lighted tapers.
The wedding music was marked
toy beauty and appropriateness, iMrs.
.J. K. Dickson presiding at the piano.
Xlvst before the entrance of the (bridal
party (Miss IMarguerite Porter sweet sweetly
ly sweetly sang a trio of the bride's favorite
songs: "Beloved, It is iMorn," "I
Love You" and Verdi's ever (beauti (beautiful
ful (beautiful "O Perfect ILove," the latter
blending Into the strains of Men Men-delsshon's
delsshon's Men-delsshon's wedding march which anr
nounced the approach of the wedding
'Down the stairway 'which was
twined with lacy foliage over foamboo,
a soft glow gleaming from candelabra
on the newel 'posts, the bridal party
came aim tiii u mt rwciruuu uau iuiu
the parlor, 'being led by the little rib rib-Ibon
Ibon rib-Ibon girls, IMisses Cornelia Dozler and
(Elizabeth Bennett, wearing dainty
frocks of white lace with pink Tlb-
ibons. Next entered the flower girl,
little Miss Xmclle Horne, -who was a
vision of daintiness in pink ac ac-cordian
cordian ac-cordian -plaited chiffons She car carrying
rying carrying a 'basket of rose petals. 'Miss
Johnson entered with ner cousin and
only attendant, IMiss Zelma Rizer and
at the altar she was Joined toy the
groom, -who entered ihrough the .11 .11-ibrary
ibrary .11-ibrary with his best man, his brother,
IMr. Holmes Walters. iMaster, iFred I
iBalock, toearing the wedding ring
on a white satin "pillow, entered di directly
rectly directly bahind the (bride-elect. He
looked very -.handsome.' wearing a
white satin suit. Dr. E. G. (Lindner
and Mr. J. K. Dickson were ushers.
Dr. J. iM. Gross of the (Methodist
church performed the ceremony, us using
ing using the impressive ring service and'
- during the ceremony IMrs.'.' 'Dickson
softly played "Call iMe Thine Own5."
rne '.onae, a lovely young woman
of the tolonde type, presented a. pret
ty picture In her 'bridal
jt 5 A. A A V
twniie ivory satin, wiin xuiie
ing a black gown of tulle and satin,
with deep girdle and lace trimmings.
IShe wore one perfect "white chrysan
themum in her corsage.
'(Mrs. W. A. Knight and Mrs. W. D
Richey asked the guests Into the li library,
brary, library, where the large collection of
wedding presents, evincing .the decid decided
ed decided popularity of the couple, -were
displayed. Mlss Porter and Mrs. G.
iW. tMartln assisted in the library and
Mrs. .Maude tHorn, 'Mrs. Thomas
Strange, a niece of Capt. Johnson
from Dunnellon, and iMrs. 1. 'F. B la la-lock
lock la-lock showed the guests to the dining
room. (There fMrs. E. L. Carney re received,
ceived, received, assisted toy airs. IE. G. Peek.
The decorations In the dining room
carried out in elaborate detail the
pink color scheme. The centerpiece on
the ro nd table was a graceful ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of double pink Killarney
roses and fern, in a large vase resting
on a silver reflector. The pink mints
were in crystal baskets, the handles
of which were tied with bow of pink
tulle. A large bell of pink chrysan chrysanthemums,,
themums,, chrysanthemums,, edged with two dozen or
more small pink Ibells, former a
pretty canopy over the table.
An ice course further carrying out
the color scheme in detail with salt salted
ed salted almonds and mints was served toy
Misses Eugenia Fuller, 'Fanny 'Rob 'Robinson,
inson, 'Robinson, Sue Feaster Moore and 'Mar 'Margaret
garet 'Margaret Jackson, all wearing beautiful
Dr. and IMrs. H. C." Dozier stood
between the. dining room and recep reception
tion reception hall and in the library the call callers
ers callers were asked toy the groom's sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss IMargaret Walters and (Miss
Virginia Sistrunk to register in the
(bride's toook. An orchestra played
throughout the evening.
The toride is the only child of ador adoring
ing adoring parents, a girl of much charm,
and since her debut to.as enjoyed
wide popularity. She 'possesses 1 a
sweet, gentle nature -which has won
for her a large circle of friends who
wish for her every happiness. After
the announceemnt of &er engage engagement
ment engagement and approaching marriage she
was lavishly feted with a long series
of pre-nuptlal parties.
IDr. Walters came to Ocala from
Georgia .when quite "small with his
parents, iMr. and Airs. J. A. Walters,
and is one of the foremost young
physicians of the city, with a -host of
friends -formed by his sterling' qual qualities.
ities. qualities. He is a gradiiate of Tulane
As the Wee small hours approach approached,
ed, approached, the toride appeared transformed
from her .bridal array into a lovely
little traveler, wearing a Tette De
iNegre broadcloth suit wlth acces accessories
sories accessories to. match. v ;
Dr. and (Mrs. Walters sailed to today
day today on the Clyde steamship lApache
for New York, to be gone six weeks.
(Dr. Walters while away will take a
course in medicine and their return
trip will toe made toy rail- and Include
stops in Washington and Atlanta.
.,- A A. A .' "' -''
Mr. S. sL. Ditto of Jacksonville and
Ills dalnjty little daughter !Mlss Viv Vivian,
ian, Vivian, are in the city, the guests ofIr.
and !Mrs. IF. W. (Ditto. J v
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a visit to relatives at
nlng at the Baptist church In Gaines
ville. Miss Henrietta Clark, the sis
ter of tfie toride, was maid of bono1,
and tMiss Eugenia Sparkman of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and 'Miss .(Elizabeth Taylor of
Gainesville, were bridesmaids. iMr.
Wat Lawler of Fort Myers was best
man and the ushers were Messrs.
Frank Clark, Jr., and Gebber Chest Chestnut.
nut. Chestnut. Drs. Ste-ens and Bradley to Visit
Through the efforts of Irs. H. C.
tDozier, health chairman of the
Woman's Club, Ocala is to entertain j
two distinguished visitors Saturday,
iDr. iEllen lxwell Stevens of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, federation health chairman,
and Dr. .Francis Sage. iBradley of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, who has toeen prominently
identified with national child wel welfare
fare welfare work for several years. They
come especially to deliver a'd dresses
(before the Woman's Club Saturday
afternoon, their lectures and the bet better
ter better toabies contest report along with
music completing the (health day
program. . -' -'
Tr. Stevens, who has toeen active
in getting health laws passed in: the
state, has on former occasions visit visited
ed visited Ocala and needs no introduction
to the club workers here. iDr. Brad Bradley
ley Bradley is said to toe 'an unusually force forceful
ful forceful speaker,, 'possessing a magnetic
personality and rare charm of man manner.
ner. manner. y" -:---'-':
Not only the members of the Wom
an's Cliib, tout all mothers and worn worn-en
en worn-en of the city interested are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to take advantage of this
opportunity to hear Drs. Stevens and
'Bradley;.; : ;." f!. V;'V'.'.
iMiss Jtosebud Iloblnson Hostess
the Card Club
fMicanopy, and expects to see
LAiachua' fair toefore return g
iMr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb are re
ceiving the congratulations of friends
upon the tolrthl of a son at their
home, on 'Fort, J King avenue this
morning at 5 bfclockThe little fel
low has toeen gifen his father's name,
IMrs. E. ?F. tFitch and daughter lit
tle (Miss Sallie Camp ,Fitcht of Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, are guests' of the former's sister.
(Mrs. I. F.
draperies edged with white fur, --thesi!ATthur C- CobD' Jr-
long court train edged with a plait
ing of double crepe chiffon, falling
from the shoulder. The corsage was
made basque effect of toaby tlrish lace
and the long sleeves, neck and rolling
collar were hemmed with seed pearls.
Her tulle veil was arranged cap
fashion, adjusted with orange tolos tolos-,soms
,soms tolos-,soms and fell in soft folds to the end
of her train. She carried an exquis
ite (bouquet of toride's roses iwith a
shower of valley lilies.
IMiss iRizer's toeautlf ul gown was
fashioned of pink satin with accor accor-dian
dian accor-dian tplalted chiffon overskirt, and ac accentuated
centuated accentuated girdle. The bodice was of
The members of the two table auc
tion club and nine other friends
passed the afternoon today most
pleasantly playing auction as the
guests of IMiss (Rosebud Robinson.
tuomposing the four : tables were
blisses iHester and .Marion, 'Dewey,
(Dorothy Schreiber, Mary McDowell,
Tommle Standley, IRutoy Gissendaner,
(Ellen Clarkon, Adele: (BItinger,
Kathleen Jackson, Mary . BurforJ,
(Nellie Gottlieb, (Mrsi a James Taylor,
Mrs. W. V.; fNewsom, Jr. Mrs. 1R. N.
Tosh, (Mrs. Herbert Uattrier and (Mrs.
Frederick IHocker. The players were
joined late toy (Misses -Eugenia (Fuller,
Zelma iRIzer and Ethel Haypraft.
Pa rf ait, cake and hot ; qhpcolate
was served : at the conclusion of t the
games and candles were -on the ; ta-
toles. The prizes ,.w;ere card?; and a
dainty niece of linger!. '; r
t-virs. 'j?ranK iraKe, iwho was
thorwn from her saddle horse Mon
day afternoon, is convalescing from
her severely sprained arm and other
t m m :::);..,
(Mr. and iMrs. (R. S. .Hall are plan planning
ning planning to visit the Alachua FaYr tomor
row .motoring up in their car They
will toe accompanied toy Mrs. Hall's
sisters, (Mrs. J. 33. Horrell and Miss
Josephine Williams. ;
Mrs. T. (D. (Bridges, wife of the pro
prietor of the tHotel Rendezvous at
.Homosassa, is in the city visiting
Mrs. G. A. Carmlchael, for a short
time. (Mrs. Bridges says the hotel is
having quite a nice (business "and a
good many more are coming to them
In a short time. The flstoing and
hunting there is unsurpassed and
there are" very few more delightful
places for either home or northern
people to visit. :
1 1 l)o Ji '(ti io)
, 'BIKE "BALS
Mule SMri $1.75 and $1.85
Olive, Elk Sole $2.53
Tan, Elk Sole $2.50 and S3
Black, Elk Sole S2.50. 3
These have the "-bsllows
tongue and are light and
Tan McBueher $2:50
Black Mcfilucher 02.50
Brown Welt Blucher S3.00
Black Welt Blucher 03.03 :
Flexable Sole Brovn Blu Blucher
cher Blucher 03.50 ;
Amonia Proof Blucher 03.5$
1 ;' -"
lost Found, Wanted, For Salo
For Rant and Similar Loo:l He: js
FOR SALES Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any Quantity". George T7.
A Hyde, Crystal Jtlver, FJa. 9-9tf
FOR SAEUE (Homemade, jellies, pro pro-serves,
serves, pro-serves, canned fruits, pickles and
catsup. (Mrs: P Oillen. 4-tf
FOR RENT A furnished room
for two "gentlemen or onarried cou couple;
ple; couple; electric aig-hts, bath, etc.;
rates reasonable. 'Apply at 303 N.
Orange street after 5 p. m. 11 9-6 1
WATTOQD- -Three oinf urnished 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-1
roam cottage, electric wired, so:t
water; $6 per month. Apply ? at
1106 S. Orange St.
Qliss -Doris Slurry "will arrive soon
Kfrom Chicago to spend the winter
With her aunt, (Mrs. G. 1v. Williams
nd cousin, (Miss Emith iWilliams.
IsstMurry was a -popular visitor last LpoR RBNT -Two or three furnish-
Inter and her friends are antlcipat- ed Yooms for light housekeeping,
ing ner return. 4 just north or postotlice.. large
rooms and reasonable rates. 206
HOSPITAL XOTKS North iain street., or see aiclueas,
at Ocala 'House Ibarbershop. 1 6-6 1
.H. A. Waterman who was
. -r' "w,'wi"ly1111"'' M mJmMmmmmm ,mv i ., mr m
I 2'i j
,.v-- -.-J V : -.. -.,J,,, ... , i A.
1?AT?'. TT Ol IT1
m,0 mimmM msm.
iMrs. ID. B. Hargreaves, who has a
large number of friends here, and about the same
Mr, and iMrs. 'F. W. Mercer are
guests at the Warrington, motoring
over yesterday from Orange City. To Today
day Today they attended the Alachua Far
and tomorrow will return home.
taken to the hospital
(Mrs. Boynton's condition remains
yesterday is I FOR SAUE 'Upright Everett piano,
good condition, $50; new crib,
$3.50. 203 Watuia street. Phone
408. : 16-6t
COL.TrfllBIA GRAPJIAPH OXU3.
aLAXICURE SETS, all cc:
... .. i i
iMA!XTEX CLOCICS, dresser .nd traveling clocks.
STERLJiXG SIL,VBRiRE, Edgo wood, Shirley, etc.
SIliTiBR (deposit) GliA'SSWARE, must be seen 'to be appro-
WELCOME AT THE JilllRARY
Mrs. C. .H. .Lloyd left this morning
for Lakeland to visit IMrs. I. V. Stev-
IMiss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
In charge of the library, iwhich now
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
princess lace studded with sequins ens during the remainder of the 'fed- the country people to know that they
e rati on convention.
and the over-draperies were edged
.with white marabou. She carried an
arm boumiet of hrvsnnthmiiTTis 1 Mrs. H. lA. Waterman, who has
IFrom 9 to 12 o'clock a large re-1 been sick for several days, has been
ceptlon was held, many friends call- moved to the hospital for an opera-
ing to extend best wishes and con- tion, the news of which will be learn-
gratulatlons to Dr. and Mrs. Walters. I ed with regret toy her .many friends.
As the callers arrived they were met
at the front door ;by iMrs. ,M. iH. Sto- IMr. Julian Bullock returned last
Tall and Airs. T. E. Bridges and dl-lnieht fro-m Gainesville, where he
rected o the punch tbowl in the re- went to be present at the Weir-Clark
ception hall, presided over ;by IMrs. wedding.
C. B. (Ayer, Misses Tommie Standley
and Kathleen Jackson. tMrs. fiE. Van A beautiful wedding of interest
Hood invited the guests Into the par-1 throughout the state was that of IMiss
lor, wheTe the bridal party received, j Lucile Clark, daughter of Congress-
Mrs. Jobnson, who is very stately, -man and IMrs. (Frank Clark and Blr.
looked particularly charming wear-J Robert iF. Weir, solemnized last eve-
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read the books. Also
that there are a large number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.
LOOK iMEN 'We will teach the bar
ker trade and give you a position
in a few weeks in our shops, Tools
(Free. All for $30, Terms $15
down and $15 in ten days. You
make money while learning. Write
us today. Jacksonville Barber
College, S2i2 W. Bay Street, Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla. Wed.&Sat
FOR SALE Young, fat turkeys 20
cents ner pound delivered any- j
where in the city. lAddress John
Foglestrom, Montague, Fla. 18-6t
COMiilUNlTY.SILiVIER. tbe (beautiful 4Tatrician';
"Sheraton," (Exeter,', etc.
We will have films for your kodak
We are selling Stock tnd Poultry at the fair. Gerig's. 11-12
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or oucts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Christian faith is a good cathedreX
with divinely pictured windows. Stand Standing
ing Standing without, you see no glory, nor can
All prescriptions filled at the possibly imagine any. Standing with
Court Pharmacy by competent drug-1 In, every ray of light reveals a har-
cists and with absolutely fresh mony of unspeakable splendors. Haw-
rimicr 2-fit Ithorne.
JEWELER ;VV j
SERVING TRAYS, in the Jbeautiful Circassian, Walnut, Fum
ed Oak, Mahogany and -Mission.
Best Line of CUT GLASS in
The City of Ocala.
Tm: cairn uvmmiQ crm wedjctsdait, :;ov. ic. idi4
WILL RUN SPECIAL
A new residential section of Ocala, being develop developed
ed developed by the Louis R. Ckazal & 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. r ;
With a frontage of seventy-five feet and a depth of
one hundred and fifty feet, the home sites have
excellent dimensions, -j
A few sites have a frontage of eighty-nine feet.
A parkway extends along the southern front.
Wyomina Park is 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."
LOUIS EL CM AZAL & SOMSCO.
On account of Ithe '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.
Tickets will be sold for all trains go
ing and returning from Monday the
23rd to Friday, the 27th, good to re
turn until Saturday the 28th.
A special train will be run from
Palatka on Thursday, leaving urange
Springs at 9 a. m.; Fort JMcCoy at 10
a. m., ana tJurnanK at iu:su a. m.;
arriving in Ocala at 11 a. m. Re
turning leaves Ocala at 5 p. m.
The indications are that a large
delegation of citizens from the north
eastern part of the county will visit
io alr ovprv rlflv and thft Rerviefi of
the Ocala Northern will be appre-
Better have read In your society
the article, "international with a.
Big 'Inter'' iby Dr. Clark, page 109,
C. iE. "World for Nov. 5th. It is worth
making- notes of, and acting as an
encouragement In our steady but too
Hi ,i l .i,v
Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers, : ;
sanitary in eyery respect. Can ::
care for orders both large a nd : j
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further inforrnation address
K. OP P. AT RKDDICK
slaw gain toward the 'Florida $300
share toward the iHeadquarter'
On the secretary's fall trip she
was the guest of .Mrs. iM. M. Little
when in Ocala. airs.. Little Is a
leader in the State 'Epworth League
Union giving time, strength and
postage for "Christ and the iLUetn iLUetn-odist)
odist) iLUetn-odist) church."
State Presi dent D. 53. Curry is get
ting out circular letters for distri distribution,
bution, distribution, calling attention to our fund
pledge and the many societies not
yet contributing or ipromising to do
so. Success we surely wishr Mr.
aiiss 'Ruth Coffin, of Johnstown,
State Tenth Legion leader, just as
soon as the three recent conventions
wprp ovp.r irrnt-of the duties com
ing to her three district .T. L. sup superintendents;
erintendents; superintendents; chosen in convention.
They are ailss Edna (Whitney, (Mount
Dora; Blliss Isabel Wyand:, Lake
Magdalene,, and Ronald Muirhead,
Sanford. Tenth Legion and Quiet
Hour departments in Florida are not
All BrbwninjS. King (L Co.'s Cas-
$25 Grades ?i n 510 Grades OQO S50 Grades (? OK
-N0W..i!v. NOV-l-.vW NOW-.-?
Its worth- your while to. inves-
tigate tftis liiiei
i I i ) ! ' t f S 1 f 4
mm i Hi,
In response to an invitation of
Millwood Lodge. No. 91 Knights of
Pythias, twenty-six Ocala Knights
left the city Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock to fce, present with the Red-
dick (boys and assist with work in de
livering the rank of knight, ;
They were given a most .-"hearty
welcome iwhen they arrived and it
developed that the routine business
of the evening had been .practically
completed and Mr. .H. N. Basnet, of
Jacksonville, state organizer of the
order,: was delivering a speech to the
assembled Knights. He gave a (most
glowing account of tho progress of
the lodge throughout the state and
paid the Ocala tboys a 'high compli compliment
ment compliment 'for their continued stand at the
head of the column in regard to in increased
creased increased membership in the past two
years.-,' ; :
'Among the Ocala delegation was jeiiyt meat loaf, salads, baked fbeans,
one memher who had not been ad- an(J a 0f 'home-made candies."
.Even the list is enough to mane one
neglected these days, and the Effi Efficiency
ciency Efficiency Campaign, under direction of
air. Curry, is doing better i,han ever
Winter Park sent ten delegates to
the south-central convention in 'San
ford, including the pastor, Ir. C. iE. A
;Enlow, and enthusiastic workers in
junior as well at$ that for older older-grown
grown older-grown Encleavorers.
ThR (Dallv Troniical Sun of West
jpalm Beach tells of a Thanksgiving
I sale lEpwoVth Leaguers are going to
i.cHv nn ;Kov. '25th. ".Home-made
! pies, cakes,, plum pudding, cranberry
mil ii u
Everything i Nciv. Opposite PocCcIIice
. Special WceMy Rates
Dining Room in Connection
Crystal River, Fla.
r Poem of not mbre than forty lines written on
"THE OLOJSHIOM GARDEN"
Carrying out theitfeaoi back to the garden as a
means of reducingtM high1 cost of living.
s To anyone -writing on the a6bve subject, either poem or prose,
and failing to get' first orjsecond prcmlum, I will give $10. 'All pre premiums
miums premiums to apply as first payment on one of those $ 100 lots in 'Ma 'Marion
rion 'Marion Heights. Rememoer, I am giving free, one $1000 house and
lot to the purchasers "of thee lots. This contest will end Decem December
ber December lfrt, ;'19a4. Judges -will be named later.
HOOM AND BATH FOR A IKJ liL.AU AND A ILIiF
Completely Renovated and NewManagement
Room 'l. Without Bath $1.00
Running Water iniEvery Room in the House
EfiTM?RIC E1E VATOR SERVIC 1 2 PHONES IN Alili ROOMS
mitted to full fellowship in' the lodge
and in order that -he might enjoy to
the full extent all the good things
that the Reddick Iboys had In store
for their guests she was allowed to re receive
ceive receive the additional "credentials" at
the 'hands of the hosts. Mr. Robert
Clarkson, who had received a por
tion of the aforesaid credentials In
Ocala the night fbef ore, was this for
When the lodge work had reached
the "good of the order, et cetera
stage, Mr. S. iL. iFridy notified those
present that their presence was de
manded several doors down the
street, .where a distress signal had
foeen" given. (.The eat-ladened: table
had reached the limit and groaned
under 'its load, emitting such a
sound of distress as no true Knight
can resist answering.)
Every Knight -answered the call
and the cause of the distress was
soon removed. The menu consisted
of large Juicy raw oysters with the
usual accompaniments of ketchups,
sauces, etc., and a red not chicken
purlo. There's no use in throwing
compliments at the iReddick boys for
their excellent .spread in any other
way than just saying that a tbetter
one was never served a 'hungry
fbunch of Knights anywhere. We un understand
derstand understand that Messrs. Fridy and
Smith are responsible for It.
The Ocala delegation numbered
among its crew several or its iboss
"destroyers ; of iprovender' rwith
Charlie Sage as leader. However, he
is about to lose his 'laurels, as quite
a number qualified at last evening's
spread for the position held so long
by Charlie. Among those noted as
contenders were Uamar, Spencer and
(Stapp. The fact that the 'Reddick
hoys had prepared a double portion
was all that saved the entire outfit
from being devoured.;'
After the banquet the members re returned
turned returned to the hall and the meeting
was again called to order. A num number
ber number of impromptu speeches were
made and every one was of a nature
to show that Pytbiauisim is on a
rapid up grade not only in Reddick
and Ocala, but all ove the state.
Among the speakers for the "good
of the order" were Messrs. Gober,
C. Pi and Charlie Howell, Brown and
Coddard of Ocala, and Mr. Sasnett
At a late hour adjournment was
taken after a unanimous vote that
Reddick was the blue ribbon lodge of
the state for entertaining, tho not so
numerically as many others.
? SMa" t'S 11 : M S
-l. if i, tlijF ijiii ILttitt'
The iFirst Presbyterian churchy in
iTampa and Congregational young
people of West Tampa are taking up
the Efficiency plan of Qndividual
member and society study. (Florida
folks are never too old to learn.
' The (Kissilmmee Valley Gazette
explains how junior Presbyterians in
iKissimmee had a 'jolly. Hallowe'en
social at the manse. "Punch, fruit
and nuts were the refreshments serv served'
ed' served' after an hour of games."
.tdur good friends, Mr. and Mrs. IB.
iE. Strother are yet.ikept from the
foreign field of China on account of
the great -war. Recently they scat
greetings to Florida from the IBible
Teachers Training School in iNew
York, where they have 'been attend
ing splendid lectures between dates
as field workers for the Christian
Endeavor Union. A special, rate for
expenses rwas given in tnis uiDie
spjiool for detained mission ariies. Mr.
Strother's birthday is (Nov. 25th.
Wish some of us would send greet
ings. They can be addressed to them
at "Christian Endeavor House, No.
31 Mount Vernon street, Boston.
Grace A. Townsend.
Interlachen, Nov. 17, 1914..
-' ' G JiPTUID '
; : .' ,! yyy-y y v y-'; .:" y-'-yy-', y-? -J yy'y:- I''v 'y y. r-y s: ; y -
The Blarion County (Democratic Club meets next YrKDNESlAY
NIGHT la tho IC of UAIili at EIGHT O'CIiOCIi.
All members should bo present.
All citizens who believe in and hope for a progressive city' arc
earnestly requested to join the. club.
' . ',1,-
Questions of Tital Importance will "be discussed. t
H. 31. IlNSHAIili,
NOTICE OF ANI3IALS IMPOUNDED
' 1 OCALAt FLORIDA.
CAPITAL ;ST0GK 810, 00040.
Stale, County anil Cily Ber?sc2tory
K03M AND BATH FOR A IKKl JiAR AND A HALF
To Whom ilt illay Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol
lowing described animal -whicn 'nas
heen found running at large within
the corporate, limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city: One yellow yearling steer,
marked underslope in each ear.
The owner thereof, or ibis -agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby -notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of tak taking
ing taking and impounding thereof are, not
paid within three days from 'date
hereof, to-wit: On the 20th day of
November, 1914, I will sell the same
to the highest and 'best .bidder, saM
sale to take place between the hours
of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day
at the city pound in Ocala, Fla.
(Frank Adams, i
Marshal City of Ocala.
ThislNov. 17, 1914. 18-lt
CHEAP GAS FOR AI.Ti
JAMES AUSTITJ WIORTLAND
Civil and ArcMtecmral engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, SupintenderH:ef and
Const ruction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Build-ijQFS
ijQFS Build-ijQFS Water Power f Dam s9 Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 443 Ocala Florida
-City and couatry home device can
be isiit in any' ccal .or wood stove.
Call at corner .Fort King avenue and
.Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal range.
IS-lt NEW GAS CO.
New Hospital fcr Korea.
A hospital is to be erected in
Pyeng-yang, Korea, by the board of
foreign mission.. It is estimated that
It will cost about $10,000. A pgrt of
the money required is already in hand
and other funds for this ;urroo Lave
Scarcity of Boy Laborers.
Boy labor Is very scarce In New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, and some manufacturers find girl
labor almost equally scarce. A mem member
ber member of a firm of baking powder manu manu-facturers
facturers manu-facturers in the Dominion advertised
unsuccessfully a few months ago for
boys and girls, and had to employ
adult labor instead. So precious are
rp. indeed, that it is
! found that the only way is to take
iboys when they are offering, usuailj
j at th beginning of the year, and keep
jthem through slack seasons. This
Particular firm gives boys straight
from Fchocl ?3 a weeK 10 bwh, u
oy the time they have been at the fac factory
tory factory a year or 18 months they get $5.
Boys of fourteen in the boot trade in
New Zealand, get $3 a week to start
"Fre.icli briar" i produced in
Sicily, Calabria, O.i'ftica and of late,
s h A" Tf f i t i J -
kf 'Kl II An i V-:J.
'X "X a-iQdoT sr f ill w I t r'ei cn l5f Vmeritr? 'steaA
!jJovq ? ;.ll r : ln-TprUBf osdjr wate2. K
nd wpao irnMfOT 1 H. CO.. 3 6eUwJci.r.. a
.f- : S)li
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
THE OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, NOV. tG. 1014
A WARTIME BLUFF
It Was Worked by Stonewall
Jackson, and It Won.
HIS MOST IMPORTANT ORDER
ate victory at Port Kepubne wrnca tie
xron a few bourn later would not have
happened. The able and riergetic
Shields would have defeated his
troops, stunned by his loss. Youth's
It Was Given by the Cool Headed Con Confederate
federate Confederate Commander to a Confused
Federal Soldier, and It Was Prompt-
, ly Obeyed A Lucky Escape.
' Perhaps the most irniort:int order
that stonewall Jackson ever issued -certainly
the motst vital to nnnsiMf Is
not In the official war records. The
order was given In person by Jackson
to a northern artillery officer, as lie
stood In full uniform ready for battle
beside bis gun. and. stranjresl of all,
was at once executed by him. witti the
result that the battle was lost by the
Jackson action on this occasion fur furnishes
nishes furnishes a striking illustration of the
Talue of a cool bead and irce nee, of
mind In an emergency on an imior imior-tant
tant imior-tant occasion whn the entirely unex unexpected
pected unexpected happens at a time when wav wavering
ering wavering or indecision would result in dis disaster.
aster. disaster. That be was able Instantly to
grasp (he situation and daringly mas master
ter master It is a tribute to his quickness of
judgment and his courage.
It was on a spring morning In 1SC2.
Just before the battle of Port Repub Republic.
lic. Republic. Jackson In advance of his troops,
with only a single escort, galloped
across the bridge over the Shenandoah
river Into the town, which stood on the
east bank. Learning that the army
of General Shields was still a good
many miles away and confident that
his own troops would be in possession
long before the enemy, he rode to a
residence at the farther end of the vil village,
lage, village, where he spent nearly an hour.
But meantime the energetic Shields
whom Jackson declared to be his most
formidable opponent had thrust for forward
ward forward a small, swift column to occupy
Port Uepublie. seize the bridge and
halt .lackons advance. So rapidly did
it move tii at it gained both objects
without firing a shot. More than that.
Jackson was a prisoner if any one
had known it!
Jackson, in utter ignorance of the
disastrous change, mounted bis horse
and ambled down the main street to
the bridge. What was his astonish astonishment
ment astonishment to see groups of soldiers In blue!
busily moving to and fro about the
bridgehead and throwing up intrench
njents and fortifications. Planted on a
little knoll that commanded the bridge
and its approaches was a formidable
Fortunately for Jackson, the recent
campaigns up and down the valley bad
faded both? blue and gray uniforms
into a nondescript drab. As Jackson
sat on his horse and watched the busy
scene he formed his plan swiftly. He
could not go back. He must cross that
bridge. That was his only chance. It
was the-frowning field gun that he
reared, ue must put it out or commis commission
sion commission long- enough to get beyond its
range. Throwing up his hand to at attract
tract attract attention, he shouted to the of officer
ficer officer in command of the gun:
"What are you doing with that gun
tip there? I didn't order it there, and
I don't want It there! There were au authority
thority authority and petulance in his voice as
he added. "Limber up and run it over
on that knob over there!"
The officer at the gun. thinking that
he had to deal with some superior ,of:
licer recently arrived, hastened to obey
without question, explaining in self de defense
fense defense that he had understood his orders
Sitting on Uttle Sorrel while the
Federal troops worked busily about
him, Jackson calmly waited until the
gun was lumbering off to its new po position.
sition. position. Then be rode quietly across
the bridge and up the other bank un until
til until he was well out of musket range.
Then he turned, waved his hand to the
astonished Federals, and. putting spurs
to bis horse, galloped away from the
rain of bullets that pattered harmlessly
In the rear.
Had he been captured the Confeder-
Palaee and Hovel.
Probably in Constantinople, which
has been described as the "city of hov hovels."
els." hovels." there is a greater contrast be between
tween between the public and private buildings
than In any other city In the world.
The streets are narrow, tortuous and
dirty, and even the better class of pri private
vate private bouses are mean in comparison
with those of a similar class in other
countries. On the other hand, the
mosques and palaces are magnificent in
size, design and materials of construc construction,
tion, construction, most of them being of itarble.
white or gray. The seraglio is one of
the finest buildings In Europe.
Often Happens So.
1 wonder." says old Pop Crafcbe,
'why It is that when you've stood
around In a store for twenty minutes
and finally given your order half a
dozen clerks immediately rush up and
ask If yon've been waited on. Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Fixing tho Date.
-Say. old man, lend me a fiver till
pay day, will you?"
"Which? Your pay day or the day
you'll pay me?' Boston Transcript.
Failure la very often the result of
waiting for other people to do things
We offer one hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Cv.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and 'belie-e 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.
Xational Bank of Commerce,
Hall'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 Tottle. Sold by
all druggists. Take Hall's Family
Pills for constipation. ad
There was a great difference in the
manner of commencing a war centuries
ago to what there is now. Now the
blow is frequently struck before the
word, and there Is no obligation to is issue
sue issue a formal declaration at all. the act
of war constituting the declaration.
But in medieval times no war ever
began without a formal declaration by
a herald, who in a most leisurely man manner
ner manner breathed defiance on the part. of
his royal master, exchanged innumer
able bows with his enemies and de departed
parted departed In as dignified a manner as he
came. London Chronicle.
LonmiiM hop toe -mm Pltenoim-S lamSe? CcunnS
uTl 'i in
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XV, 'J tWf
r rv n nn srz? r r n r cm cr-n r- r-:i i
mum fci'iii- -iff
. Aiu a tilt -come see it iiyvv:ifiiorviui"'3iiJLiZiiK
ly cailled lne Rlonlcey Man. PROF. r.2ARDC MUCCESS1 ai
two concerns each day down town.
00 PEOPLE coming with these shows. If you haw furnished rooms notify the agent, I.Ir. Sam Ach
at Kregers Store, and while there look at the handsome dolls to be given to the most popular girl and baby,
"SZ3 r rT
FIRE WORKS YES FIS3E VlORUS lIlfER JMICSHT
LAND OF THE LOOM.
Where Was Wales?
Spencer Leigh Hughes. M. P. tells
of the following amusing exferience:
He was once passing the war office
building in Whitehall when his com
panion. a Scotchman, pointing to the
emblematic devices engraved over the
door, indicated the Scotch thistle, the
English lion and the Irish barp.
'Where is the emblem of Wales? ask asked
ed asked his friend. '0h." Mr. .Hughes re replied.
plied. replied. "I expect there is a leak in
the roof." London Express.
Belgium, In Tapestry Work Outdid Its
Belgium has been called the "Land
of the Loom." and it was, here in the
ninth century that an art arose new
to Europe, although familiar for cen centuries
turies centuries in the orient. Tapestries caus
ed stone wails to bloom and brought
prosperity to the cities. Pictured
hangings of linen, wool or silk, writes
Mr. W.. E Griffs. In "Belgium-Th.
Land of Art." opened commentaries
on the Scriptures and the classics, be-4
came books for the Illiterate, told fairy
tales to the children, served as. manu manuals
als manuals of devotion to the pious Increased
personal comfort and brought-the tex textile
tile textile art to its' highest point of perfec
, This "wall clothing" passed through
many styles and fashions and many
revolutions in methods and values.
Beginning in the castle or monastery,
the craft passed into the shops and
factories and formed the basis of the
wealth of the cities and kingdoms.
The manufacture of tapestries came
from the east, where it had long been
practiced by the Moors and Sliracens.
The first imitation by the Belgian or
Flemish craftsmen was rude enough.
Gradually, however, through skill and
care, the imitators became originators.
The best artists co-operated with the
weavers to produce pictorial results
undreamed of in the orient. Painters
of the very highest rank, even Raphael
and Michelangelo, were glad to draw
cartoons for those "who could trans transform
form transform the blacl and white designs into
glorious colors in wool or silk.
In time their fame became world worldwide
wide worldwide and their value so great that
they were worth. literally, more than
"a king's ransom." In 1300 the Sultan
Bajazet L took as prisoner a son of
Philip the Hardy, king of France. The
Turk stipulated as a fair exchange
"high warp, tapestry, worked in Arras,
in Plcardy," but they should represent
"good old stories." iv
REMARKABLE CURE OF CROTJI
"Were you frightened during the
storm ? (
"Dear me. yes. The windows were
all open and 1 was so afraid of the
lightning that 1 didn't even stop to
wake up John. 1 jumped right up and
"Last winter when my little boy
had croup 1 got him a 'bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough remedy. I hon
estly believe it saved 'his life," writes
Qlrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It
cut the iph'legm and relieved his
coughing spells. 1 am most grateful
for what this remedy has done for
him." For sale iby all dealers. ad
RECORD FOOTBALL RUSH.
It Came When a New and. Ugly Tackle
Broke Into the Game.
One day, while the whaleship Nar Narwhal
whal Narwhal was tied to an ice floe in Bering
sea and the lookouts were at the mast masthead
head masthead scanning tSv open water south southward
ward southward for the appearance of whales, a
party of the forecastlemen .made a
football of nigs and cord and went
over the bow to kick the misshapen
thing round on a smooth stretch of ice
a short distance from the vesseC
The fun was at its height and the
men were just getting the kinks out of
their legs when the harpooner In the
crow's nest called softly down to' the
deck that a polar bear had scented the
men on the ice and was excitedly
making his way toward tbem. So
warning was ; given to the football
players. Before long the bear appeared
close to the edge of the floe, a nd he
seemed- to be in a great hurry, lie
shambled rapidly along In and out
among the ; hummocks, and every few
feet be would pull himself erect to
sniff the air andcrane his head anxi anxiously.
ously. anxiously. Closer and closer he came, and
it was plain that he grew more and
more excited. The men on board the
ship got outytheir rifles to make sure
that the bear did no harm to the men
on the ice. ,
The gaunt ice bear came to the last
hummock that separated him from the
field of play. One of the men. was in
the act of "kicking the stuffing" out of
the ball when the bear suddeny
emerged into clear view. The ball
fell on the ice, the man's 'leg came
hurriedly down on the ice. and the
man himself broke for the ship like a
deer. There was a succession of
frightened shouts, and the ice became
alive with running men. Never was
there a quicker change of scene. Men
stumbled and fell and yelled and
fought for a grasp of the rope ladder.
The men on deck were so, convulsed
with laughter that they made no effort
to shoot the bear. And after the first
whoop the bear became so thoroughly
alarmed at the consternation be had
caused that be turned tail and fled In a
clumsy gallop down the ice floes.
It ll... rJ
.lllii t I ',.,. II III 5
" To Be Upiight in Our Dcali;:s
OUP. 3IHATS UP RIGHT
. .Making It 'Easy to
ccr::, carve and consumi: them
Jk jf iu.a 'f W.
' -c.t to (i. K.
Tc.ipot Groc ?r;'.
Ufflwi Hill Tclit Enonrli ct (Jar Ecc
We will thank yon. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too-
for I -.-Ipiirr
to lighten the load on-the heaviest day of the week, which Is a d-y
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
CHEAP GAS JX)R ALL
4HB(B!inw.rt('WWHaf fJU'l'' i"
Does Away With Footlights.
Footlights have been omitted from
Z: hoT' J ",7 V nofrnir VrZ 1 new German theater, a better meta meta-closed
closed meta-closed them myself. '-Detroit Free . 1
The Best Prices on
FRESH MEAT FISH and
"What's the matter, daugher?"
"Father, I want a duke.
"That can be arranged, my dear 1
was afraid you might want a baseball
pitcher." Baltimore Sun.
Vfent to Know
There Is no fatigue so wearisome as
that which comes from. want of work.
COUGH MEDICINE FOR
TLe Light Is Turn sd ca to a
Subject of Darlmsss.
City and country home device, can
ibe put in any coal or wood stove, j
Call at corner For.t King avenueand
IMagnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal Tange.
lS-lt uBV OAS CO.
If you are contemplating ;bnilding
see P. J. Theus for lumber. Cash or
on credit. 12-6t.
"Three years ago 'when I was llv- yMP
in rmsDurg, one at my cnuaren .i;.7 ih XkmM X-X
a hard cold and coughed dread- .'1 HymhW
: Upon the advice of a drug- WX?&?3 I WWfVX
, I purchased a bottle-of Cham- -M .U f'JVX
's -Cough Remedy and it bene- Sr EW
Smart Set Pressing Club;
413 .North (Magnolia St.,
Clothing Repaired, Cleaned
lressed While You Wait
E. Ij. ANDERSON, Prop.
HENRY IY1. WILLIAMS
213 West Broadway, Ocala, Fla..
with E. C. Jordan & Co.
ST. GEORGE HOTEL & CAFE
First class accommodations for
colored. 210 South IMagnolia street.
Phone 361. Open day and night.
. .M. I WIIaLIAMS, Proprietor
Old shoes made new; sewing your
soles on a specialty. Taylor's Re
pair Shop, 415 N. (Magnolia street.
lied him at once. I find .it the best
cougn meaicine tor cnnaren Decause
it is pleasant to take. They do not
object taking it," writes (Mrs. La
fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This
remedy contains no opium, and may
be given a- child as confidently as to
a, adult. Sold by all dealers. ad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against fthe estate of tPriscilla
Cody, deceased, to 'present the same
duly proven to the undersigned iwlth iwlth-in
in iwlth-in two years from -this date,' to-wit:
This 23rd day of October, A. D, 1914.
T. P. Gad son,
, George Giles,
As Administrators of the Estate of
Priscilla Cody, deceased. 10-2S-wed
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I QIHS : OF ; LlCH'I
Pocking and Storing
Shipping of Freight, ts
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Superior to PlcsUr
Quality or Prieo
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NOTICE OP EL.ECTIOX
CHEAP GAS FOR ATI
City and country home device, can
be put in any coal or wood 'stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal range.
lS-lt XEW GAS CO.
CUT OUT PAPER DOMS
We will give to the ladies and
children a cut out paper doll to every
purchaser. Bitting & Knight, Drug
Pennanfs and pillow
styles, at KRDGDR'S.
Tbe eyre, fact tliat S. S. Sf. the famous
Soofl jraritier, drives out disease Is a
-orkl's story, a trpic cf conveisatloa wher-
.i:r 'i-.t'il get togeHier."
Tliey vrcuder vrhy, simply because; most
'nfilrs cro rastificd and put before tbeia
i 'discoveries." The facts are tbat we
!.y tcj inuc'a attention to pcs3lbilltlcs and
r cnocz' to real, licmesun accomplis'a accomplis'a-ent.
ent. accomplis'a-ent. S. S. S. Is a remedy of our latliers.
: has a hlsto.y tbat is written doc:!y in
leu's ulnCs because It Las dene tae vrork,
riven cut deep stated disease, revived
cpe, put the O. K. cn appearance and
lamped down tight any effort of germs
to get the upper Laud. Any sore spot on
he skin 13 an immediate denand for
.S. S. S. since the first principle of thi3
famous remedy is to strike out for places
of trouble. This 13 a physiological fact
md S. S. S. Is tn to the workings of
Get a bottle of S. S. S. today at any
druggist and begin tlood health. It will
master any blocd disease and do it in a
tfay to emphasize its Influence. And if
ton would like definite advice write The
hwift Specific Co., 5G Swift Iildg., Atlanta.
n. Their medical department Is where 1
moat people first seek advice that puts
,cm on the straight road.
v Ocala, Florida, Nov. 5. 1914.
Under and by virtue of authority
vttd dn lne undersigned as mayor l
t the city -of Ocala, a municipal corpora-
li i t A svlotfnrr llTiilaP thA
I j Oil urgituieu aim cahjhui, i
laws of the state of Florida, I hereby
proclaim and give notice that a muni municipal
cipal municipal election for the city of Ocala is
hereby called and will be 'held in the
said city of Ocala, Marion 'county Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on the yMJt
8th Day of December. A. D. 1014
for the purpo&e of electing a
mayor of the said city; also one 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 unexpired
expired unexpired 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. X. Tolar for the said
city aforesaid and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. One: O. B. Howse, F. B.
Beckham. J. H. Spencer, inspectors, and
J. W. Kea, clerk.
Ward No. Two: C. H. Mathews, Isaac
Stevens. C. M. Livingston, 'nspectors,
and H. H. Whetstone, clerk.
Ward No. Three: L. Warner, I
Hurst, A. D. Fausett, Inspectors, and J.
E. Bailey, clerk.
Ward .'o. Four: E. W. KrayWll, I. W.
Ogle. W H. McCotin, inspectors, and
A. Y. Strunk, clerk.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON,
Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK,
CMty Clerk. ll--frl
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Tirz ooaiiA cnrana ctah, Wednesday, :;ov. 10. ion
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands
In your name?
of course you thlnn that you do; but are you iright?
tlie question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the heginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti-
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'SAINT -LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
DON'T BORROW THE OTHER FEIjLOYV'S GUN. IF YOU
BREAK IT YOU MUST BUY HOI A NEW ONE, AND HE AVILL
HAVE THE NEW ONE AND YOU HIS OLD ONE. BESIDES
YOU WILL FEEL MORE CQMFORTABLE USING YOUR OWN
GUN. . .-;
OUR AMMUNITION IS RELIABLY LOADED; IF YOU CAN
DEPEND UPON THE PROPER AMOUNTS OF POWDER AND
SHOT BEING USED.
RELIABLE DEALING HAS NOT ONLY MADE OUR AMMU AMMUNITION
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Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,"
First consideration and -especial attention given to small tracts.
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
A T-Hcocarje of Vital Zmnortsnsa to
Inspiring' Anthers of- the Great
States of Europe
SING THE PRIDE, OF COUNTRY.
Patrjotic Airs of Austria, Russia.
France, Germany, England and Nor Norway
way Norway Our Own -My Country. Tis of
Thee, and "Yankee Doodle.'
The Austrian national nntbenj is one
of i be finest in existence. It was com
posed in 1797 by that jrreat nation national
al national composer, naydn, who is chiefly
known to concert jroers by his magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent ratorio "The Creation." in which
occurs the splendid and florid chorus.
-The Dear ens Are Telling. The an anthem
them anthem was based upon an old national
song, but Haydn made It a thins of
beauty. It is the only national an anthem
them anthem composed by a musician of the
foremost rank'. ;
But the song which is sung In cities
by civilians Is not always, or. indeed,
generally, the one sung by the soldiers
who have to bear the brunt of battle
and siege and march. The battle song
of the Austrian soldier Is "Prinz Eugen
der edle Ritter." which tells bow the
noble cavalier. Prince Eugene of Sa Savoy,
voy, Savoy, laid siege to and captured Bel Belgrade
grade Belgrade from the Turks In 1717 It ought
to be a good song for the purpose, for
U was actually written in the trenches
before Belgrade. .V-
Probably the most stately national
anthem is the Russian- Its very title.
God the All Terrible." seems to strike
a heroic strain. Sung by a great
mass of peasant soldiers with simple
fervor its effect Is grand In the ex extreme.
treme. extreme. Played upon the great organ
In. the cathedral at Moscow It sounds
like a prayer. Not only are the words
very poetical, but the tune is forceful
Of course the greatest of all wai
songs pure and simple is unquestion
ably "The Marseillaise. What mem
ories It has clinging to its fervidly pa
triotic words! It was the--song of the
French revolution and did more to
bring down the dynasty of the Bonr
bons than half a dozen army corps
It was called by the name : which stili
Is universally applied to it, because
the menand womenof Marseilles
the port of the Mediterranean; march
ed all the way to Paris, singing it a
they went. Its first fruits were reap reaped
ed reaped a few days after their arrival.
when the hated Bastille fell to Its
strains. It Is now the national an anthem
them anthem of republican France.
In Germany no patriotic song has
been sung with such fervor as the fa
mous battle Nhymn of the Germans.
"Die Wacht am Rheln" ("The Watch
on the Rhine"). It was written in
1840, but remained practically un unknown
known unknown until the outbreak of the war
with France, when It was sung by ev every
ery every soldier and every man. woman
and child throughout the German em empire.
pire. empire. "The Watch-on the Rhine' was
to Germany at. that time what "The
larseillaise" was to France a soul
stirring composition which made men
eager to take up arms and fight for
the cause which they -thought was
England's national anthem is a Geor Georgian
gian Georgian product and originally opened
with the words. "God bless great
George, our king." It has been hon honored
ored honored by Beethoven with seven varia variations
tions variations for the piano, and it is Intro Introduced
duced Introduced Into his "Battle Symphony."
Oh the whole, perhaps! the tune to
which is sung "God Save the King"
has probably the largest circulation of
any tune in the world. Then there is
"Rule, Britannia," which was compos composed
ed composed by Dr. Arne. the English musician,
who wrote several operas. "Rule.
Britannia." was included In the
"Masque of Alfred." a musical farce
produced in 1740.
Just as the Austrian national anthem
Is the only one set to .music by a great
composer, so the Norwegian anthem is
the only one whose words were writ written
ten written by a real poet. This was Bjprn Bjprn-'stjerne
'stjerne Bjprn-'stjerne Bjornson. -On one occasion he
was asked when be got the greatest
pleasure out of his fame as a national
poet. Ele replied: rlt was when a
delegation from the Right came to
my house in Christiania and smashed
all my windows. Because when they
had done all the damage they could
and were starting home again they felt
they ought to sing something. So they
begau to sing. 'Yes. We Love This
Land of Ours. They could do nothing
else. They were obliged to sln ibe
song of the man whom they had at
Singularly enough, the country which
has the best variety of patriotic an
thems is the country which has had
less warfare than any other, the Unit
ed States of America. Her songs are
The real national anthem of America
Is "My Country. Tis of Thee and it is
sung to the same tune as "God Save
the King." But perhaps the real, genu genuine,
ine, genuine, rock bottom anthem of America,
after ail. Is the famous "Yankee
Doodle," which has the great advan advantage
tage advantage of being a real marching song,
which not only helps to keep the men's
spirits from flagging, but also helps to
keep them in step. A band playing
"Yankee Doodle" would take a regi
ment ten miles farther than any other
tune! London Tit-Bits.
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If you wish to know how best to care for yourself cr for y?ur
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VIZ. PXEUCE, Invalids Ilcicl, TZvlZzIo, N.V.
,13 iv fiorcof5 'Plcsssnt PcIIofe" giio to no end ctrcn
: to Ictomachf -'liver--; end bowc!s":-i Gnoi; to ;-,tiirco '.
ur a n ti i c o o d o o 6 '. y.' IP, 1 o qo not.; -; to :V. tslio : cs v cz
It's a Good Letter, After All.
Some one has advanced the opinion
that the letter "e" is the most unfortn unfortn-uate
uate unfortn-uate letter in the English alphabet be because
cause because it is always out of cash, forever
in debt, never out of danger and in hell
all the time. For some reason he over overlooked
looked overlooked the fortunates of the letter, so
we call his attention to the fact V is
never in war and always In peace. It
is the beginning of existence, the com commencement
mencement commencement of ease and the end of
trouble. Without it there would b no
meat, no life and no heaven. It is the
center of honesty, makes love perfect,
and without it there could be no edi editors,
tors, editors, devils or news. Fourth Estate.'
ICIllil FMTERilM 0HDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
The proclamation of martial law
means the suspension of ordinary law
and its replacement by. military au authority.
thority. authority. Thus a military commander
may take action against any, person
who offends without trying him before
the ordinary courts. A proclamation
of martial law also abolishes trial by
Jury. London Telegraph.
Those Canny Gcots!
Passenger It's curious how thesa
seagulls follow a steamer. Do they go
far? Boatman Aye. sometimes, but
they'll not follow her far; she's an
Aberdeen boat. London Punch.
Jumped at the Chance.
"Yoa arc so clever,? Sir. Jean, you
talk so well yon really ought to
"Willingly. Will you give me your
address?' Frou Fron.
Marion-Dunn Lodge ?ro. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on' the first and third
Thursday evenings o! each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. 01.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter,. No. 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. ,M.
Miss Florrle Condon, Secy.
-WIwp 'It --T ir!r H" n w
UiiOiillTAKEOS nod Ek.OLL.EO
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. !L. Colbert, Secretary.
School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through 2ove and sympathy; to
lead pupils toward higher ideals of
life and duty; to establish closer re relations
lations relations between home and school and
state; to exalt puiity of life and con conduct;
duct; conduct; to strengthen the moral tone of
the community; to make good men
and women ; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education attractive; to magnify the
state; to meet the need fcr educated
citizenship; such 13 the exalted mis mission
sion mission of the teacher. Hon. Charts R
"Luke McLuke says umbrellas will
last longer if you oil the joints.
"Flow does that keep a person from
stealing the umbrellas?' Exchange.
.A mere madness to live !ie a
wretch that he may die rich. Burtoa
Are Days of Suffering They Are Be Becoming
coming Becoming Brighter for Some Ocala
Many dark days from kidney ills.
Backache, headache -tired days;
Urinary trouble makes you gloomy.
Doan's Kidney Pills have proven
Have been tested by many kidney
They are indorsed by Ocala peo
L. C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 E.
Monroe St., Ocala, says:- "Last
spring I had a bad case of 'backache.
I couldn't straighten up after I once
stooped over, unless I took hold "of
something for suport. Often I could
see dark spots floating in front of
me and sometimes everything before
me (became black. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to me,
saying that he had nothing better In
the store, so I got a box and began
using them. I could see their good
effects from the first few doses and
one box cured me."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pill3 -the same
that Mr. Pafford had. Foster-Milbnrn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
CONCORDIA LODGE P. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. -L. Taylor. F. M,
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
KNIGRT9 OF PYTniAS ..
OcalaLodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m.,r at
Castle Hall, over the Jame3 Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gobcr, C. C.
Chas. K.. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
i. e. 31civer and c. v. i:or.r:r;:
VU Work Done by Licecd
b aimers and Fully Gur.rantci J
t. E. SIcIVER ...
0. V.- ROBERTS .
(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 3 3, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every "month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Broarn, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S0, 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 postofiice, east side.
-David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 3iOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 6U9, L.. O. 31.
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. "n.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofiice.
t. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No.' 14 meets at
the Iw. of P. Hall, at B p. m., every
secend and fourth Friday. Visitlnp'
' sovereigns are always 'welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. n. sage. Clerk. Aa
CIIHAl GAS FOR ALL
. City and country home device, can
be put in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal range.
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For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, Aacilt,
For,; .'. Geo & VU o c tl
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Your Order ivi21 havo
At Smoak's Vaon Shop.
: ': m
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to the tuwt'ct or 7Jaternity. In
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most xvoravn prt-fcr
llielr own liym?3 an;S
In tho towns and vil villages
lages villages must prefer
Jim ao ;
.Desire to Be Free Is Wrong.
Oh, the worth of coercion In a daily
duty which must be done whether wo
like it or not! The desire to be freo
from such compulsions is wrong. As
well might the locomotive ask to dasb
out unrestrained over the prairie and
the bridge. The tracks which confine
it continue its usefulness and its' life
this la true wo kno;r
irom the great mzny
Cendld letter. rvr!t-
ten on the EU'jj-ct that our "ilether'a
Friend" is a crcat help to expectant
mothers. They write of the vcndcrful
relief, how it soencd to allow thi
musc-s to enpand without uni!a3 etrala
and what a splendid influence it was on
the -. ncrvou3 cyrtem. such l:o!p3 aa
.Hother'3 .-.rriend-' and . .the broader
knowledge of them should have a helpful
Influence upon-;; babies ; of ; the ..future.
V:. .In a little .book -for -such.-'' women thesa
points, are raore 'thoroughly, brought out
and a copy will ht raailed. to anyone wha
will send us the?" rame and address.
, 'ilcthers Prlcr.d" U eold in all dir dir-Stores,,
Stores,, dir-Stores,, and -'.hish.y., recommended for ita
tteiely usefulness, It3 safenesa and the
real help it affords. Ask for It at th
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THE OCAUL EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18. 1014
IS ON THE BUIiGE
(Continued from iFirst Page)
III jm-m iiip
V'li I li i Mailt it it
an vii u
a sense both calm and confident, not
only that we are far abetter off than
our r suffering .brethren beyond the
We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King 'Avenue,
which must be sold within next sixty days--party has to have the money
Better see us quick.
We also have one or two other small propositions in the office' which are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.
Board of Trade meets tonight.
sea, (but that we are better placed
ourselves at J'home than we were a
'Democratic Club meets tonight.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily toy Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
Max. Min. R. F.
few weeks since. We imay ibe glad
that the present is good ; thankful
fMr. O. B. Howse has returned from
a brief business trip to Kisslmmce.
that it is growing better and hopeful
for the coming 'months.".
South Carolina Rust-Proof and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-2-tf.
OCA JjA HOUSE RESTAURANT
OPENED ITS IOORS TOIAY i
I - vTTT 7 TV
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
CUOSVSG OUT ODD AND END
STATIONERY at reduced 'prices; at
The hunting season opens Friday,
and all the sportsmen are cleaning
up their guns.
If you haven't a shotgun, rent one
from the Ocala Pawn & Ixan Officii
Almost any make you want. "Why
Pay aiore?" l-7tf
Mr. C. C. Cook, a popular travel traveling
ing traveling man, whose home Is at Fisheat Fisheat-ing
ing Fisheat-ing Creek, on the East Coast, is in
Half million tfeet second 'hand lum lumber,
ber, lumber, all grades, for sale cheap for
cash, or on credit. Apply to P. J.
Theus, Ocala, Fla. 1-2-61.
CMr. C. L. Gamsby is home from
Atlanta, where he went last week to
be a witness in a lawsuit.
Whole wheat bread made under n
new process, wrapped in checker checkerboard
board checkerboard paper, o and 10 cent loaves. If
you are a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. CartersJBaJkerj;iIztf
- : : : "x
Cards were received today f ro::n
It. lArthu'b. iHodge, an Ocala jboyj
who has beenvfest several years. The1
cards were mailed in Watertowq
W. C. Ltfine, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noic
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Hot 4rinks of
all kinds at tlie
SBverytoody that passes 'Fessenden
admires" the splendid garden, which
the students of the academy keep in
the highest cultivation.
Free telephone service for the pub public
lic public at the tRexall Store at the fair.
Telephone me at the Hexall Store cn
the fair grounds. Gerig's. 11-10
The Colonial Hotel, which opened
some days ago, is proving most suc successful.
cessful. successful. -Mrs. R. IE. IBrigance is serv serving
ing serving excellent meals, while iMrs. Jones
sees that the rooms for the guests
are 'kept in the best of order.
We will have an Individual teles teles-phone
phone teles-phone at the fair grounds for the
use of the public, free, of charge-.
When you want signs and banners
for decoration purposes for the fair,
call phone 377. A strictly home in institution.
stitution. institution. Ocala Sign Co. 18-2t
The nubile Is invited to use our
telephone, free of charge, -while at
the fair grounds. Gerig's the Rexall
iMr. iW. tA. Hendrix, formerly of
this city hut now of (Lakeland, pass passed
ed passed thru here this morning en route
to Gainesville to attend the fair. IMr.
Hendrix says he will 'bring a party
of friends with him from 'Lakeland
to attend the Marion-Sumter IFalr
If you lmve no shotgtui don't let It
worry you, as you can rent one from
us at a very low rental. Ocala Pawn
& Ix:m Office. "Why Pay More T If
Mr. arl T. Kuhl of Orlando will
be the iiying man during "the fair
next week. IMr. Kuhl will use a
Gnome biplane of the latest model,
similar to those now in use In the
European war zone.
We always .have on hand a fresh
supply of the famous Norris candles.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Purity is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute 'PURITY in drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into, your prescriptions her?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
Yfou tmgjlht to Ihave
a MM BALL
2 mi upoiuiir Hnomme
Nov. 1 76 51
Nov. 2. . .78 55
Nov. 3. . ... . .77 53
Nov. 4 . ... . 80 58,
Nov. 5. ... 80 53
Nov. 6. . . .79 54
Nov. 7. . . . .79 54
Nov.' 8. 79 56 ..
Nov. 9. . . . .74 62 .33
Nov. 10. ..... .72 68
Nov. 11. .71 46 ...
Nov. 12. . . .74 51
Nov. 13. . . .76 56 ..
Nov. 14.. .76 56 33
Nov. 15. . . .76 60 .
Nov. 16. .. .77 64
Nov. 17. .70
Fair tonight and .Thursday; except
rain on extreme south coast; warmer
tonight on northeast coast, prohably
frost interior of extreme north por
CHEAP GAS FOR ALL
City and country home device, can
be put in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and
Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal Tange.
18-lt NEW GAS CO.
Dr. W.'-A. aiuhsell, assistant state
veterinarian, of Jacksonville, arriv arrived
ed arrived in the city this morning and will
make an examination into the condi condition
tion condition of hogs in this section for the
next few days. He gives those .who
request it information on how to
prevent diseases among their herds,
which will be a, great help to those
who are interested in the raising of
hogs throughout the state. .Mayor
Robertson accompanied Dr. Munzell
to a number of farms in the neigh
borhood of Ocala today.
The, new window signs at Kreger's
drink and confectionery emporium
aTe the work of Ocala's young -artist,
iMr. Louis Tupper. He is the equal
of any -and superior to. many sign
writers and should receive the sup support
port support of our local people when they
want work in his line.
'Keep your money at home tby 'hav 'having
ing 'having the Ocala Sign Company make
your banners and signs for the fair.
Phone 377. 18-l2t
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10 -1-tf
J. D. Rooney, secretary of the
Board of Trade of Ocala and Dr., Tt.
T. Weaver, chairman of the finance
committee of the Florida Marketing
iBureau of Ocala, were visitors to the
city last night. Both gentlemen
made addresses at the farmers'
meeting neld at (East v Palatka last
night. iPalatka Post.
(If Its good quality and service we
have it. Ask anybody about us.
Gerig's, "A Reliable Drugstore." 11
The council, for lack of a quorum,
did not meet last night, "but is hold holding
ing holding a special session this afternoon.
It is ibelleved it will make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements for a special election on the
same date as the general election, to
elect an alderman to succeed Mr. E.
E. .Robinson In the second ward.
Make War on Gorillas.
The governor of the Camerons has
organized an armed expedition against
the gorillas, numerous bands of which
lrave recently invaded various parts
ot the colony, inflicting serious dam damage
age damage cn the property of planters. In
two cases the gorillas, armed with
clubs, made an attack on the bunga bungalows
lows bungalows occupied by native employes,
and skilled one man and wounded five
"Between Devil and Deep Sea."
The phrase "Between the devil and
the deep sea" has probably no refer reference
ence reference to the ancient fighting between
the Picts and the Britons, though un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly it has long been in use in
Scotland. Its origin would appear to,
do lost m obscurity, though possibly
It may have some reference to the
New Testament story of the Bwine of
Eyes of Youthful Genius.
nauerion s Dnniant gray eyes
were his most remarkable feature.
TT -9 .
cinaer strong excitement one ap
peared brighter and, as In the case of
Byron, larger than the other. Calcott
says: "It. wTas like the eye of a hawk
and one could see his soul through
;It, Barrett "never saw such eyes,
fire rolling at the bottom of them,"
; and he confesses that he often pur pur-!
! pur-! posely differed In opinion from Chat Chat-terton
terton Chat-terton to see how wonderfully his eye
would strike fire, kindle and blaze up.
, The? Ocala House restaurant and
lunch counter was opened today by
Mr. Long. 1 :
OCALA" MOUSE ARRIVALS
W. B. J3vans, Se3alia, Mo.; D.
Lenoard. Cutis, iFla.; J. lronoHi-
tz, Jacksonville, Fla.; L. B. Powell,
AJachua, Fla.; iH. A. Boykr, lAla-
bama; J. 'M. Harrell, 3ainesville,
Fla. ; T. J. Crook, Wichita. Kan. ; A.
Howard iShirley, Birmingham, Ala; ;
iRalph C. Nash, Warren, Ohio; L. C.
JBverrett, Jacksonville, iFla.; J. M.
Owens, (Atlanta, Ga.; Jno. Stoddard
Xew York City. 1
AVIATOR A FLORIDA BOY
iMr. Carl T. Kuhl, the aviator for
the Greater Sheesley Shows, which
will be here 'during the fair, is a 'Flor-
Ida 'boy, naving ibeen raised in Orlan
CHEA1' GAS FOR ALL
City and country home device, can
be iut in any coal or wood stove,
Call at corner Fort' King avenue and
Magnolia street and see a plant
working in a coal Tange.
18-lt , XBW GAS CO.
The following advertisement ap appeared
peared appeared in a newspaper: "Wanted,
capable junior clerk; salary, five dol-
lars a ; week." A young- man applied
beg to offer you my services. Should
tv. i coma rurniflQ a
hundred dollars. You do not mention:
Sundayshould I have to work on
that day? Neither do you state
aayz iseitner ao you siaie
whether the holder of the position
znuet be clothed or not, but I have
concluded that, ht. must at least wear
something-with a pocket,. or he would
be unable to carry home his wages."
Not a Theatrical "Fan."
Reuben "Silas don't seem to car
much fer the theater." Hiram "No.
he don't. When I was with him In
New York we went to one o' them
continual performances, an we wasn't
uiu v u vuao wj. iuui uuuts aiutv
ho cot tired."
Easy to Tel! What He Thought.
Little Jerome, aeed five, h card! ;hia
mother read from the beauty column
of the paper that eating raw carrots
would make one beautiful. A short
time ago he was called into the room
to view his baby sister for the first
time. His mother asked him what he
thought of her. Taking a good looS
at her, he answered in a disgusted
tone. "Let's giv her a carrot" Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Tribune.
A somewhat laeeard and nrnrrasM
nating student one Sunday evening
went to his 4 Instructor for aid in one
of his studies, asking ,him if he
thought it was wrong to study on Sun
day, He was somewhat surprised to
receive the reply, "If- the Master as
justified in pulling the ass out of the
? tv.' as t .e
Justifiable in trying to get himseP
Speech and Thought.
"The gift of words" is sometimes
spoken of disparagingly by "practical
fnen. "Rllt. worila n ro moral v lYa
bola of idPSB- nfthn woii,'!,..
the gift of words who has not also the
crift n (hmirt 11
with power he first must be able to
think. There never was a great speak speaker
er speaker who was not ilso j real thinker.
No Necessity for Stamps.
In New Zealand the postoffice pro provides
vides provides big firm? with machines, with
which they stamp their own corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. A specimen, letter re received"
ceived" received" bears an oblong "postage
paid" stamp which is put on by a ma machine
chine machine in the business man's office..
round reads the total on the machine
and collects the money.
At Least One.
"Every one has some secret sorrow,-
says a philosophizing friend. "Even
the fattest and jolliest of us has a
skeleton to his urld?t
Whole Families in Same Trade.
Among the silver master of Shef Sheffield,
field, Sheffield, England, it is rather an estab established
lished established practice to enccurae the em employment
ployment employment of families. It is more the
ml? than otherwise that a father work work-ing
ing work-ing in the silver trade will apprentice
hits children to that trade as they ar arrive
rive arrive at working age.
1 (aiiiiiii im
For results put
CHEAP GAS FOR ALL
City and country home device, can $
ibe put : in any coal or wood stove.
Call at corner Fort King avenue and X
n r .11. j ... . I J.
iwAaguoiia sueet ana see a piaai
working in a coal range.
18-lt N JCEW GAS CO.
; New Shell Durts In Air.
a French army man has invented
la shell which; hen fired from a 75-
caliber cannon, will explode in the" air
Instead of having to come in contact
with something before bursting. The
invention was devised by Command Commandant
ant Commandant Malandin of the general staff of
It is saic that the new snell K
increases the range of effectiveness
in aiming at the enemy's fortress or
In the field of battled French artillery
autnonues state that the new mven
tion practically doubles the value of
the '?5-naliber cannon. The missile
will undoubtedly be standardized and
used b all of the French army1 men.
Thrifty Chinese Farmtrs.
While our farmers throw broadcast
hanclfuls of Grain on thn h
earth; goffering rich pasturage to pil-
lagillET birds and rodents. th -Chinr.-
man. after furrowing tha parth wlth K
nwucu yiunaudie, williuul imu'
ins ' it: fmm .A 'inmn i m
hands till it is like fine powder.; This
done, at nlantine time he valks elorr-
ly down each furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which is a marvel of inscnicj:3
"Never marry ;f or love where there
fs also money: you will bo bored to
death. But never marry for lave
where there is no money. "And never
marrv fnr mnripv where there is no
I love. Also, never marry without love
I Ui IllUUCj. -? 4 Will X ill. w v, t
G. B. Stern.
The daub and wattle cottage in
which Old Parr is believed, to navo
lived, at; the time he was brought to
the notice of the earl of Arundel, sit
uated in a dingle of Breiddon hill, on
the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire
border, has been restored and con
rerte'd into a village museum. Parr
lived in the reigns of ten kings and
queens of England, namely '.Edward IV
and V, Richard II, Henry VII and VIII,
Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth, James I
and Charles I; died the ,13th and was
ourxeu m, Westminster auuey iuw ioiu
November, 1635, aged one hundred
fifty-two years and nine months.
His Idea of Music's Use.
Ho was a lover of music who had
hiRt hppn tn hpar mm nf tho errcat
operas, and he was expatiating upon
its beauties to an unresponsive friend,
whom he observed to yawn. The music
lover was hurt. "Look here, John,"
he protested, "don't you; think: music
is of some practical benefit in life?"
"Oh, yes," said the unresponsive one.
'Why, judging from the portraits I
have seen of eminent musicians, espe-
cially pianists, I should say that music
18 eat to keep the hair from falling
Had to Have Photograph.
Husband comes in to find his wife
turnlne everything topsy-turvy. "Gra
cious, Isabel! What you doing?" T
just received a telegram from Aunt
Jane saying she ll be here at 6:30 ana
I can't find her photograph any anywhere"
where" anywhere" -,.V :ii:,r;y
No Chances tor Him
A dealer selling cloth in a small
town asked an Irishman who was
Passing if he would buy a suit length,
and added: "You can have it for ten
bob." To which Pat replied: "Begob,
sir, if tuppence would buy the makings
of a topcoat for an elephant I couldn't
buy the makings of a pair of leggings
for a canary this minute."
Save the Middle-Aged.
"Save the babies." was the cry ol
the last decade. "Save the middle middle-aged."
aged." middle-aged." will be the cry of this. The
real race suicide Is not In the insuffi insufficiency
ciency insufficiency of births, but in the inade inadequate
quate inadequate knowledge of the diseases of
maturity and in the Inadequate care
and prevention of these diseases.
Richard Barry, in th Century.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
your iidvertisesieHv: in
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