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RETHEATIHG WITH OIOOMQUS LOSSES BEFORE STEADY
PfiESSURE OF THE SiMiSC
Petrogrif!, Dec. 3. The steady
pressure of the Russians has forced
the Gernruns to abandon their offens offensive
ive offensive movement northwest of Lowicz.
North of Lodz the Geimans made a
furious attack but it wa3 repulsed.
The Germ ins are falling back to the
frontier aith the Russians in close
' pursuit. ; .'"-,-',:
GAINING GROUND IN GALICIA
The surrender of Pr:zemysl is re reported
ported reported imminent. The mortality is
enormous cmd food supply is almost
The AuirlTians were defeated and
are fleeing into Cracow, with the Rus Russians
sians Russians concentrating eight miles out outside
side outside preparatory to storming' the city.
FROM HElt ALLIANCE OR ALLOW
-''AUSTRIA TO MAKE A
Petrograc Dec. 3. The Bourse
Gazette today says "Regarding the
rumors tha.; Austria is desirous of
concluding iwiparate pe&ce by ceding
Galicia to Itissia and allowing Ser Ser-via
via Ser-via aocess to the Adriatic and ceding
to Servia Bcima and Heraegcvina, it
can bo stated that the proposition will
be refused. Russia's purpose is the
liberation of rJ:e Slavs. Russia" will
never consent, to an agreement with
Austro-Hungaiy alone. Tlie war must
go on. Austiia ; must be crushed.",
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FAMOUS BOER LEADER STANDS
A CHANCE OF BEING SHOT
FOR A TEAITOR
Capetown, Dec. 3. The capture of
General Dewet, the leader of the Boer
rebellion, is expected to result in the
speedy collapse of the insurrection.
Dewet will be tried1 as a traitor.
Don't forget your Christmas Vic Vic-trola.
trola. Vic-trola. It lasts all year. At The Mur
ray Company. ; 3-3t ;
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OVER CAPTURE OF BELGRADE,
V BUT ADVANCE? SOUTH IS ;
V v;.'' IMPEDED r"-:
Vl Vienna, Dec. 3.- There is great re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing here over the capture of Bel Belgrade
grade Belgrade by the Austrians. Advices re re-ceived
ceived re-ceived '. from the south says the pro progress
gress progress of the Austrians in the Valjevo
region has been greatly impeded by
the cold and snow, : :
DHFOL SIGIir FOR
FATHER'S BODY HURLED BY AN
ENGINE AT HER FEET U
Pensacola, Dec. 3. Capt. William
Blossom, a wealthy New Yorker; 84
years of age, was killed by a train at
River Junction last night. His body
was hurled by the engine at the feet
of his daughter. i ;
MISS SMITH OF SIACON
Found Dead Under Mysterious Cir
' cumstances in a Sanitarium in '"';
, Philadelphia ,..;', v
Philadelphia, Dec. 3. A ; mystery
surrounds the finding of the dead
body, at Bushil Sanitarium, of Miss
Alma Smith; a trained nurse of Ma
con, Ga. Miss Smith came to Phil
adelphia Monday to take a course
of electric massage The body was
found by an attendant. The authori
ties have been unable to determine
the cause of death.
BIG STORE BURNED
Thirty Thousand Dollar Fire this
Morning in Dothan, Ala. .'
Dothan, Ala., Dec. 3. The Florala
Cash Store, the largest mercantile es establishment
tablishment establishment in Florala, was burned
this morning. The loss will approx approximate
imate approximate $30,000.
Air kinds of X'MAS NOVELTIES
AT KEEKER'S 3-tf
:-r .':.WE MAKE;:A SPECIALTY OF-
FR O M N O W O N PR I CES WILL RANGE FROM 025 AND UP
We will Cut and Design a Pattern for each Suit According to Your Figure. It' will be Made in Ocala by B. SCHER.
These Goods Will Be Strictlv Guaranteed by the Woolen House; Each Yard of Cloth Will Be Stamped With a Guarantee
o Be All Wool.
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO MAKE THE $15 SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Come on You Big, Fat Men, You 6 Feet Tall Boys, You Hard to Fit Fellows; We Can Fit You All.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914
FOEDCH ADf.IlT THAT 1
Paris, Dec. 3. As. the result of the
heavy bombardment with heavy guns
recently rushed to West Flanders,
the Germans have been able to make
some progress at Dixmude. It is be believed
lieved believed the enemy has 'regained its
foothold on the western. bank of the
YserJ Fresh British troops are be being
ing being rushed to reinforce the allies west
of Dixmude, particularly in .the reg region
ion region around Lampernisse; which is un
der, terrific artillery fire. -f 1 '
Paris, Dec," 3. (Official, 3 p. m.)-
Vigorous cannonading marks the
fightings in the northern district. The
allies resumed their dyke Strutting in
West Flanders. The flooded district
now extends south of Dixmude. The
French have made a slight advance
in the Argonne district, where
attacks of the Germans have keen
IMMENSE GERMAN ARMIES
It is estimated that 750,000 Ger
mans, are now holding the line from
Ostend to Ypres. Every development
indicates that the allies are in the
first stages of a heavy .general of offensive
fensive offensive movement. There is a dead-
lock in the Woevre district. At some
places the trenches of the opposing
troops are only forty yards apart. ; s
ALLIES ATTACK, ALONG
Along the Aisne the allies are
fighting desperately to dislodge the
THE ALLIES NEED PORTUGAL'S
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Lisbon, Dec. 3. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the mobilization of the
Portuguese army has begun. ; -'
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French and British Airmen Dropped
Bombs on Gun Factories
The Hague, Dec. 3. It is reported
that an aeroplane raid was made over
Essen, Prussia, and bombs dropped
on the Krupp gun factories. The ex
tent of the. damage is unknown.
A BIG. MOVING CONTRACT
The Collier brothers commenced
this afternoon the task of moving the
big 10,000-pound office safe of the
Southern Phosphate Development Co.
from the office up-stairs in the Law
Library building to Inverness, where
the mines of the company are locat located.
ed. located. ,The Collier brothers will take
the safe through the country via Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, a distance of about 35 miles.
These two young men Would move
Marion county if they were given
time enough. -., i ...
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FRP1AMQ flAWF HAHC
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AUSTRALIANS AND NEW ZEA ZEA-L
L ZEA-L ANDERS TO FIGHT IN
London, Dec. .3. An army from
Australia and New. Zealand has been
landed in Egypt to fight the Turks.'
SAYS ALL'S WELL ALONG THE
AISNE, THE VISTULA
AND THE SPREE :
Berlin, Dec. 3. The war office
states today' that nothing of import
ance, has transpired; in either' the
eastern or western theater of war.
ORANGE SPRINGS ;
-; OrangW: Springs, Dec. 3. Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving day quite & crowd of our peo people
ple people went hunting and in the evening
attended the Ladies' Club entertain
ment at I.Irs, O. II. Parker's home,
which was enjoyed by every one pres
1 Mrs. Bell went to St. Petersburg
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yesterday to spen$ the winter in the
Sunshine City; -;
.Mr. M. M. Ellerbeck of Leavington,
Ontario, Canada, is -registered at ,the
Carlton House.' ;
Mr. ; Fred Wimberly, wife and
daughter of Jacksonville, are visiting
Mr. Wimberly's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. N. Wimberly. '
Mrs. W. H. Pegram r2turned from
A party of young people went to
the cane irrindinfr at Mr. .Gordon
Witoberly's Tuesday; night. 1
, Mr. O. H. Parker and brother of
J Palatka were visiting the former's
family last week. .:
Miss O. L. Wilson of Belleview is
located at the Carlton House at pres
Miss Gladys Hall, happened to, a
painful accident a few days past by
running a wire through her hand
Mr. J. B.r Hall, has gone to Sparr to
ship a car of beef cattle from his
The pavilion has been torn away
and the young people will have to go
some place else for their moonlight
dances, which were very much enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed by them.
The friends of Mrs. W. R. Massey
of Santa Fe, are glad to hear that
she is rapidly improving. She is in
St. Luke's hospital, Jacksonville.
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Juarez, Dcc.' 3.-r-General Guiterrez
newly elected provisional president of I
ilexico by the Aguas-Calientes cpn-1
vention. has entered, llexico Citv'and
established himself at the national
palace. The capital is quiet arid is
being policed by soldiers of the con convention
vention convention army. ,Villas soldiers cap captured
tured captured Pachuca. Carranza narrowly
escaped capture. He fled leaving his
Eword and. valuable papers behind..
U ST 1 1 AV E 0 ET fi EAT E D
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SOLDIERS. QF SULTAN YE3TE7!
DAY WERE IN SEVEN :iILi:3
OF RUSSIAN CITY
: Constantinople, Dec. 3 (Official).-
Turkish troops have occupied the
Russian town of Ardamitsch, thirty
miles, southwest of Batoum.:. The
Turks are advancing
pROJidTED by miss PAi:;Ti:rt
One of the 'Firmest Friends cf Can
ning dub wen;
Jacksonville, Fla;, Dec. 1.
Mrs. Caroline H. Moorhead,
, Ocala Fla.
DearMrs. Moorhead:, Your .favor
of the 29th ultimo duly received.
I am glad to know that Vida Par Parker
ker Parker is not only the winner of the
.watch but. also of the cash prize of
$10 in her county. I, am having the
watch engraved' and will send it to
Tallahassee in time for the awarding
of the other watches. , i
I am now. trying to make arrange
ments so that I may be in attendance
one day at the short course, and will
try and mike it the day of tho
awarding of the prizes, I; also hope
to have the' pleasure of, meeting
many of the county agents at that
time. I have hkd so many pleasant
letters from many of you that I want
to have the- ; pleasure of shakin'?!
f ; Yours very truly,
Okie C. Painter, President
; E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co.
Yhole wheat bresvd made under a
new process wrapped i lnt -checkerboard
paper, 5 and TiO cent loaves. If
you are' a sufferer from dyspepsia,
try this. Carter's Bakery, zf-tf
See the handsome5 Christmas gifts
at Tlie Murray, Company.
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WOLF. 'OF' WALL STREET; FOUND
xrv" w-r- n. n-1 1 T'it
known as th-j "VoIf cf T.V"11
4 W W V f
who .was fcund rruilt: cf ii.ipor-
ing Con;,; ,,:3an 1 1 i tel-11 I.
...Tit, ir jrr,, i j
tence cf two yrr in tl.j At!;,nt.
itentiary; cv.t 3 1 r.tc r r c 1 :
$10,000 "br.il, r::ndin r.n rrr" I-
I.al:e.Wc:r, Dc. 2.
rctt and tl::u.;;litcr, I llzz I"ar:
l i t Jt
cning from Ocala
Thank? M vin t h -: : : r
II. W. IJcnry.
Weir mot Tuc.Jay cficrr.cn : :v '.7-
church. TI::rov.xre ten
"vice president, lire.
lortf ; T.fve -'TT W:'-IT.
secretary, llrz. IL W. IT
Nixon; treasurer, LIL 3 LcuLo W!?;-
man. Thci nc::t meeting' vill
Tuesday, Dec. Ctli. f
"in. 'Art n hhm
fev days rfro frcm Zlartin; r.!:cro r.
had been visiting her rLicr, I'rr-.
Knoblock fcr several vcc!:c.
-.The Brccks family have moved
their cottae they have junt comply t t-fed"
fed" t-fed" near ':';the .'MacKay 'residence :'v
"The frfoWflfl -Af "f-fr -ni-f l-f r" fit
Thompson arc tarry to l'.r.r;.
will not occupy t!:cir hems I--.ro !."
remain in C.'.ndLr until rprlr"
v,e hope they will talce up tL : Ir
mancnt rc:idcnce L:re.
GIobe-ViTcr::;c ; rr.bmcts and rsfes
are the most r.r.:ful cf Christmas
presents to your c.V.ce outfit. 'At The
' They say tto food and service at
the Ocala fHouo d:ring room i j fine.
The prxf of the pudding U Li cat-wins
the has. 2 3-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER St CARHOLIj, PROPRIETORS
TL Can-oil, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business aianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
One yesir, In advance .$5.00
l!x months, -In advance...... 1!50
Three ononini, in advance. . J..25
On a month, In advance. . .50
One year- In advance. . ... $8.00
t Six months, in advance. . . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80
. THE WAR
Phe fifth ricnth of tfcics great con conflict;
flict; conflict; is under way, and there is no
3i.ti that either side, or any nation
on either r.ide, has any disposition to
The battle lir.es and warring coun countries
tries countries are so hidden under clouds of
mystery and misstatement" that Am Americans
ericans Americans can foim only approximate
idean of ths conflict and condition of
Yet, with the exception of a com comparatively
paratively comparatively few of the leading soldiers
arid statesmen "of the fighting nations,
the average American newspaper
reader is better informed cn the war
than the people of the countries en engage.!,
gage.!, engage.!, or even the soldiers on the fir firing
ing firing lines.
In. western Europe, along the bat battle
tle battle line from the North Sea to the
Alps, the armies remain at a dead deadlock.
lock. deadlock. The Germans hold a few miles
of Belgian coast, but they have not
taken an important harbor, have not
made any progress toward Paris nor
the English channel. Every one of
their moves in those directions has;
been checked with heavy loss. The;
two vast armies, one of Belgians,
BjJtish and French, the other of Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, are practically intrenched from,
one end of the line to the other, and
. it seems impossible to break thru
Georgia, the center of the gold min
ing industry of that region and the
seat of the North Georgia Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural College. It happened that the
editor of the Star once made his
home in the vicinity of Dahlonega,
and he and Mr. Wimpy had a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant half hour renewing memories of
,the mountains and valleys of that pic
turesque region. Mr. Wimpy travels
for an Atlanta house, and ;is often a
welcome visitor in Ocala. While he
makes his living by commercialism,
literature has an abiding place in his
mind, and he is exceedingly well post posted
ed posted on all the works of standard authors.
INSUFFICIENCY OF OUR .ARMY
DOLLARS FOR THE DESTITUTE
not broken out, but that is no reason
why it will not.
'rhere have been no important op
eititions on the sea in the past two or
thi-ee weeks. Another big British
battleship was blown up at the mouth
of the Thames last week. The British-claim
it was the result of the ex explosion
plosion explosion of one of her own magazines,
but l it probably was the work of an another
other another of the German submarines,
whi:h become more daring every day.
A flispatch from Copenhagen Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday said the German fleet that
has remained quietly ii the Kiel canal
sinco the beginning of the war was
moving out to sea. If this is true a
great naval battle will be sure to fol follow.,
low., follow., but it is most likely a mistake.
Of the condition of the countries at
war we are but little better informed
than ; of their armies. .War has
brought hard times to Great Britain
and Trance, but their people are liv living
ing living shd feeding their soldiers. Bel-giuni-is
ruined, and it is more than
probable than hundreds of thousands
of her people will starve to death
during the winter. There is no indi
cation that Russian is distressed by
the war. Germany and Austria in
sist that they have plenty to feed
both their soldiers and non-combatants,
l.ut reports occasionally leak out
that .3 now there is considerable suf suffering:
fering: suffering: in both countries. Turkey had
"nothing when the war began, -and
can't be much worse, off, no matter
what happens. Some of the neutral
natiory are suffering almost as much
Tor the last two weeks the Ger
mans have been comparatively quiex as tnc; ngntmg ones, Holland ,. is
in the west, the reason probably being crowded with Belgian refugees, which
that they have been obliged to send she is feeding in addition to thou thou-.
. thou-. Iieavy reinforcements to their hard- sands of her own people who are im impressed
pressed impressed armies in the east The al- poverir.hed by the wan The corn corn-lies,
lies, corn-lies, instead of taking advantage of merce of Norway, Sweden and Italy
this to attack, have instead seeemd is greatly crippled, and many of their
to be trying to rest their men. It is people are in great extremity, wrhile
reported, however, that they are con- their governments strain under the
stantly. being reinforced, so there is burden of the mobilization necessary
' no telling when they may take the of- to keep their territories from invas-
-iZmiEive. I ion.
"vts the east, immense armies have
been fighting in Poland, Galicia and The Star is glad to report that
"JEast Prussia for the last month with. Division Superintendent H. O. Mc-
As will be seen by the f ollotdng,
the Star ha $ been requested to help
collect fundi for the destitute and
starving in Belgium. The, Star will
be .glad to receive and forward any
funds that oar people are willing to
donate to this purpose:
Editor of the Star: The committee
of the Belgian Relief Fund is con
fronted with an appalling and intense
situation. It has a stupendous task
to perform in alleviating; the res ill ts
of the devastating calamity which has
befallen Belgi am.
We ask you to help us.
Famine is upon the little country
where a million homes have been de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Full:? 5,000,000 people are
homeless, and winter is getting t in.
Unless food and clothing reaches the
destitute Belgians very soon, there
will be a frightful toll in, death and
Owinjj to the cooperation given thi3
fund by the Rockefeller Foundation,
the Am erican committee of London
of which Ambassador Page is chair
man, the American ministers at Brus
sels and the Hague, and the Comite
Central de Secoiirs et d 'Alimentation
of Belgium, we can get food and
other supplies 'promptly and effect
ively to points of vital need.
But wo must have more money fo
more food of the non-peri shabl?
kinds that we cai use.'
More than 1 2,0 00 people, rich and
poor, have given $600,000 to this fund
'to date. ,-';:;''v T"' l'
But this is only a beginning. There
are many million comparatively pros
perous people in this country. If
each one would contribute even a lit little,
tle, little, the total would be tremendous
and probably adequate. Our exper experience
ience experience shows that large numbers of
people have the impulse to give and
to help, but they- do not know where
to send funds, and they do not know
how to help ire other ways. f'Y'v
Something big must be done at
oncesomething commensurate with
the needs. -. Y,
We suggest' that, you open, in the
next edition of your paper, a Belgium
relief fund for women and children
ation with us.
Funds so collected by you should be
sent to J. P. Morgan & Co., 23 Wall
street, New York, who are acting as
depositary for this fund, or to Bel-:
gian Relief, Committee, 10 Bridge
street, N. Y., checks, drafts, etc., be
ing made payable to J. P. Morgan &
a fierceness that has put all previous Arthur of the Atlantic Coast Line has I A other non.combatants in cooper-
operations ox xne war in uie suauc, maae ins wora goou ana nau me
and perhaps in greater numbers than filthy and antiquated coach, No. 930,
Iiave ever been lined up in battles on taken, olT of trains Nos. 9 and 10. It
jury military stage before. It seems has been replaced by a much better
that the Germans invaded Poland and and somewhat newer coach, which
vtere driven back, that r the Russians has had the advantage of thorough
invaded East Prussia and were cleaning and repainting. While the
checked, that the Germans have again Star might possibly be glad to brag
sidvanced, and the Russians are that this change of cars was the re- cn "For Belgian Relief Fund Re-
swarming around them by the mill- suit of its kick, it is more pleased to mittances will be promptly and pub pub-Ion.
Ion. pub-Ion. Both sides claim victory, and no say that it was done in consequence licly acknowledged as contributions
doubt that on the vast scale of the of Mr. McArthur himself seeing the ade throueh your paper and will be
connict large armies win or lose aany. condition ol the oia coacn, ana order- so recorded in the permanent records
UJse general result-cannot De toia, dui mg it replaced by a better one. me Qf this fund.
xnis inucn is certain viermany nas star isn't a railroad organ, out it is Tf Vnu ronsent to act with us we
lost tremendously in men and has not always ready to report and compli- 'm send you weekly v any i available
lained any ground oh Russia since ment efiiciency and accommodation on neWs items about the Belgian situa-
1MB "IVIT nOrr'lTI I n v r .r 1 r rl .wrn IVI T-t I ... ... i
" , , v tion "numan interest paragrapns i f nnnpr onlv The auxiliary
TTnTliPr RnntVi fliA AnstrinTis and A nnln Ka A.A I . ... . f I CXISt OH paper only. Am. lUAliiatJ'
; IT um w oj actuality, wmcn win interest your Ujy (cavalry artillery, engineers,
w vo'7r i i uc uu u" readers ana presumably aid
pie in uancia ana on uie xiunganan
frontier. Here again, claim and
-counter claim confuse the reader, but them backed off the St. Petersburg
certain it is that the war is being deck .into deep water, where they will
carried on upon Austro-Hungarian form a good hatchery for catfish, and
soil. The battlefields on which the have them replaced with cars as good
soldiers of Franz Josef claim victory as 9 and 10's new coach, the Star wii.l
r?re all in Galicia and Hungary, and gladly indorse his application for a
the Cossacks are not watering their position on the Interstate Commerce
liors in their own rivers. Commission whenever he makes it.
J.he Austrians seem to have pre-
i xiiv.iii.1, uuw J rww snoot across tne border, tw fltA W. "Rewas
Thespians of the War College at
Washington to. increase the fighting
forces of the United States to 600,000
men, says the New York World, were
generally approved by ranking offic officers
ers officers of the National Guard. They
would welcome an increase of the
militia of New York to 64,000 men.
Among those who discussed it for
the World was Maj.-Gen. John F;
O'Ryan, generally regarded as one of
the best authorities on state military
affairs. He said that if the big army
was to be developed successfully,
certain elementary principles must
be followed, among them:
Development in all the states of the
variDus branches of the service, ar artillery,
tillery, artillery, cavalry, infantry, engineer
and signal corps in proper propor proportions.
tions. proportions. '
Provision by the federal govern government
ment government of a complete equipment for the
enlarged service. ;
Payment of a small sum to enlisted
men for each drill.
'The proposition., to increase the
National Guard to 500,000 men means
nothing in the way of military as assets,"
sets," assets," Gen. O'Ryan said, "unless
these 500,C00 men are to be soldiers,
clothed, armed, equipped,' disciplined
and trained as such, and their rela relations
tions relations to the" federal government es establish
tablish establish gd and fixed by sound legisla legislation.
tion. legislation. :
."This country' has no. military pol policy.
icy. policy. Ii; never, did have one. The
weakness of our method of waging
war was well illustrated in 1898. The
term war can hardly be applied, at
least in a modern sense of the term,
to what, took place in 1893.
"Our activities consisted in sending
three expeditionary forces,, one to
Cuba, one to the Philippines and one
to Porto Rico. In Porto Rico no
battles were fought. In the Philip Philippines
pines Philippines our forces took the City of
Manila without serious opposition. In
CubaV fbtit one engagement, 4 namely,
that at San Juan, was f oucrh t. Yet
the latter engagement, and the mili
tary operations connected with it re re-!
! re-! suited in practical demoralization of
the array ; whichTconstitu ted that ex
"Fortunately for us, the taking, of
Santiago and the destruction of the
I SDani.sh fleet and the taking of the
City of Manila, were sufficient to ter
minate the war. But our people gen
erally do not know that approximate
ly 2,000 Spaniards were the tota
force that opposed our entire army
before Santiago, and that on the isl
and of Cuba at that time there were
approximately 200,000 Spanish sol
diers trained in warfare ori that isl
and and inured to the climate.
"The condition of our army was
such that its remnants were shippe d
promptly to Montauk Point. We had
nothing to-replace them except a rela relatively
tively relatively small -number of efficient vol volunteer
unteer volunteer organiaztions. Much of the
voluntesr force was located in con-
c entrati on camps, where they were
kept busy attending, to their own sick
ar;d burying their own dead, the re
suit of typhoid fever and other camp
diseases. What would have happen
ed to us if the 200,000 Spanish vet
erans on the island of Cuba had leen
directed to carry on the war is un unpleasant
pleasant unpleasant to contemplate.
"The militia of the country under
existing plans consist of twelve divis divisions.
ions. divisions. A division numbers 22,000 men,
so that the militia would provide in
time of war a force of 264,000 men.
These divisions, however, other than
those of New York and Pennsylvania,
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Trusting me may have your gen-1
erous cooperation for the good of the
cause, we are, Yours truly,
The Belgian Relief Conimittee. t
sitmnl. Rnitarv. etc.l with .few ex
ceptions, do. not exist. They are not
divisions in any tactical sense."
"ACCURACY" IS THE FIRST QUALITY THE WATCHES AM
CLOCKS WJH HANDLE MUST POSSESS.
C 1 "" T
THE ONE BE3.T LECSON TO TEACH YOUR CHILDIEIN. OU.':
ACCURATE TIMEPIECES WILL GET
TIME. GIVE YOUR LITTLE BOY OR
NO PRESENT CAN PLEASE THEM CO MUCH.
MEMBER .HOW FROLvD "YOU" WERE OF
WATCH? WE HAVE MANY (MODELS WHICH,
eon't you -:v:
FOR LITTLE MONEY,' WILL KEEP THE RIGHT TX
Blitchton, Dec. 2. Mr. and Mrs. G.
M. Blitch of Ocala are guests of rel-
Admiral Mahan, who died in Wash
ington, Tuesday, was admitted to be a atives.
great authority on naval affairs, not There will be services at the Bap-
only by Americans, but by the naval tist ch Sunday morning and eve-
authonties of Europe. His worKs on ni
t 3 -f -d: A TTw.?r,o -Ttv, I : ii 1- . every wuuu, ""
xiuueu iuaii 6w,r "rWBy wounamg an American, af wf p ninf ;n iQ4n. and serv-
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Lac cervians, uicy uaw omauu imiaies tne people oi tne United
tiLT beyond the boundary or crushed I States more than the evacuation of
Hie Slavonic mountaineers I Vera Cruz. The goyernment should
The Turks claim to have driven the either instruct our soldiers to defend
"Russians back to the Caucasus and to I our; people, or let the people
dominate the Black Sea. The Rus- J themselves.
sians claim to have advanced into
JAxxaenia, defeated the Turks in a The Lakeland board of trade de-
esseral engagement and to be driv-lmands that the Atlantic Coast Xine
ed in the navy for half a century.
Mr. Goree Blitch and Miss Legie
Blitch spent Thursday and Friday in
Ocala, attending the fair.
Dr. Blitch and Mr. Landis Blitch
motored to Lynne Tuesday.
Mr. M. M. Proctor of Pedro was a
statesman is a politician .wno
aeiena agreeg you and a demagogue is Mond visitor.
pviiuciiiii Yuv uisagicca ym ju. Messrs. JS. 1. oisxrunK ana x.
Bullock of Ocala attended court here
Europe writhes under the iron heel I ion(jay.
ing them back on Ezerum. They also
claim to have defeated the Turks in
a naval engagement. The reader can
Ielieve little of what the Turks claim,
aod fieed not believe all the Russians
It is undex stood that a large Turk Turkish
ish Turkish army is moving over the Syrian
desert to attack the British in Egypt
jjid block the Suez canal. The Brit British
ish British are doubtless doing all possible to
-siest the invaders, but they have not
enough in Egypt to garrison the
.sixty miles of canal, so f a raid that
nay "block the big ditch is not im im-inobable.
inobable. im-inobable. The "holy war" that wes
Ithreatened by the Moslems against
Jhe British, French and Russians has
replace the Lakeland-Sanford train,
which it took off last month; also,
that it make Sunnyjim a daily, in instead
stead instead of a tri-weekly, train again, and
will take the matter up with the rail railroad
road railroad commission.
of a destiny created by its own peo
FELLOWSHIP Y. W. C. A. NOTES
Mr. B. R. Blitch is on the sick list.
Mrs. V. Seckinger and Mr. Rosco
Seckinger of Berlin were Friday vis
Mr. Beverly C. Blitch with a party
from Morriston is enjoying a hunt in
On account of had wMtVipy Satur
day afternoon only three members Gulf Hammock this week.
were present. Though we were few in
v..'p'.!f rtffT Apr
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment; rooms to tho Z. Butte
Building on Llain Street, cduthcact corner
of Public Square, entrance bcUeen The
Murray Co., and Tronler'n stands, :,
Larger QuuxTf ers, 3Iore Fidly Equipr-- v.Ill t3
HOVr.Cz 9 A. 12. TO 4:30 P. 12. PllQUZZ
; t i s
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers is re- number we enjoyed a very interesting UUB. iufffl.tuDiu.iww
lated to A. A. Boggs, the Miami law- study about China. The box' supper Make up a list of your wants from
yer who with his daughter met given by the Y. W. C. A. at the home our specials, which ad appears in this
death at unknown hands several of Miss Una Crumpton was greatly paper, and let us have the order Fri
days ago. Mr. Chambers' father and enjoyed by all who attended. $4.25 day, so that you will avoid Satur
Mr. Bofnrs' father were first cousins.! was realized, to be used for mission-! day's rush.
ary purposes. Miss lone Hodges of K. Teapot urocery.
The Star had a nleasant visit thisllnglis was an interestinsr visitor at :
morning frcm Mr. C. W. Wimpy. Mr. our last meeting. We are glad to CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
Wimpy was born and reared in Dah- have our president with us again STATIONERY at reduced prices at
lonega, once a famous town of North after several weeks' absence. KREGER'S.
n ti 77n r.,a
Conifortablc Tooms, good rneah,propptandccurtco;:3 ccnTc ccnTc-!
! ccnTc-! and a 7arrn welcome. Absolutely fireprccf; cvcrytHr-
!; tliorcu.'rlily'iROcernand up-to-date; prices fr.lr rc:cs-.
I Bankt. court toeie,( clots- t
j ouce nu matt ptit; fcuuutr j
x i t ha 1 l.!lnborQ-maav est then a
rooinca tt tc? f is orv..:.-'
ilwaj-t cool ni a Tvd.rr it
tr.e city nd au :
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Oj ill room i I sat
tw chef and rew corr tt
the best cf food a-rvc i i,j t
raia ta partes.
ttreet or juittrouci the corrr. Direct
ftf bsp?ag to and frosi boats nd traisj irts
i cl c2ure. I'ortcr neet all trains.
-I ''l Whila erery cSort. f made to take care of Quests without ttserrausr.'s, tsc:t
4 -jj Cccornrao4lation3 can be tiren li you drop us a line a .. iljiysia ...
'"I L."-B. Skinner' IXS330RO. Z"IOTIIIa -: :: II. P. Dil.;:
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Your Opportunity to get merchandise at prices that will not
fered in Ocala is NOW OPEN at the great
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lri rJilIS StilDendous Sale has been so successiui .and me. peo-Dle iiave patron-
ized it so well '-that we 'have 'decided to continue .ii.v.until!' "the. '.nigM;. of
goods at the sale have told' their friends, in this 'aiid;,adjdiningrcoiinties. ofrilie
great bargains they secured, and we wish to jgive these .; .an oppoiunity -to
get their share of these bargains. .-';-v '-;-v ':': :
Our bi0 store is filled from front to rear door, from floor to ceiling, with the latest, nevest aiid
Kest TTiprrhflnrlispsiirh as Drv GnnHs of all kinds .Dress Goods. Table : and Bed Linen. Blanliets ahI
nrices thai: ha v Ken rut to the auirk.
Following -are just a few of the great bargains we are offering
others just as good. i
The store 'cohtaiiisliuzi'dreds o
15x3G Pillow Cases
10 cent value. Sale price
45x3G Pillow Cases, 15c val values.
ues. values. Sale price
8 cent Outing, Light and
Dark. Sale price
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
Men's Dreg's Shirts 5. .and
IjQ cent values. Sale price
Men's Flannel Shirts 1.25
to $1.35 value. Sale price
Fancy striped, checks and
ph;ids. Sale price,
$1.50 Petticoats, Green, Black
and Tango. Sale price
LADIES MUSLIN SKIRTS
Ladies' Muslin Shirts $1.25
values. Sale price
- Men's York Shirts, 50 c val value.
ue. value. Sale price
' t -
Children's Dresses 65 to 75
cents value. Sale price 1
' Children's Dresses $1 to"
$1.35 values. Sale price
" $2.50 Elk Skin Shoes. Saje
-Ladies' Shoes, $3.50 High
Shoes, Cloth Top, Button, Cuban
Heel. Sale price
Men's Wash Ties, 10 c values.
MEN'S FLEECE LINED
- Men's Fleece Lined Drawers
50 cent value. Sale price
65 cent Leggins during this
You have until the night of Do
ccmber 15 to take advantage cf
Ladies' Hemstitched Hand Handkerchiefs.
kerchiefs. Handkerchiefs. Sale price
Not over 5 to a customer.
Ladies Fancy .Aprons 35c
values. Sale price
TV i I I
II SWEATERS j I
500 Sweaters during this sale
ii i f 1 ii, Hi
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, 72x00 Sheets"
50 cent value. Sale price
72x90 Mohawk Sheets SI val-
' y 69c .J'
"-St'" y i S i t
Keep in mind and tell your friends that we will give EVERY DAY till the close of the sale
-EVERY DAY. till the sale
LvJ CVCX y tuotuinvi aax h --j f- s ?
closes. Tell your friends and neighbors of the great sale. Come yourself and supply your wmcers
needs." NOW. Remember the place is next to Mclver & MacKay's.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1914.
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! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any Items for, this-department call phone .106)
Compliment to 'Miss Condon
Fortnightly on Wednesday after afternoons
noons afternoons the Eastern Star sewing circle
meets and the pretty articles made
are later sold to replenish the fund
of the circled exchequer. The meet meetings
ings meetings are always delightful but the
one yesterday was particularly, pleas pleasant,
ant, pleasant, it being held at the home of the
president, Mrs. F. F. Anthony, with a
twofold purpose, first to pay tribute
to the retiring secretary of the East- j
ern Star chapter, Miss Florrie Con-'
- don, and secondly, to elect officers for
the ensuing year.
For two years Miss Condon has
faithfully filled her -office and for a
number of years has been a beloved
member of the sewing circle, so it was
, quite fitting that the members feel feeling
ing feeling deeply the retirement of their
chapter's secretary, should arrange,
especially in her honor, a pretty
party. The attendance yesterday
was large, over twenty members be
ing present and each brought a gift
which when presented to Miss Con
don by the : president occasioned the
greatest possible surprise, for so well
were the plans carried out that the
vfair honoree was totally unprepared.
The election resulted in Mrs. H. A.
Kramer being chosen to7-succeed Mrs.
. Anthony and Mrs. A. E. Burnett to
succeed Mrs. C. E., Simmons as sec secretary
retary secretary and treasurer.
Concluding the enjoyable afternoon
Mrs. Anthony served a tempting
two-course lunch, consisting of chick chicken
en chicken salad sandwiches, pickles, devils'
food, preserved pears and coffee.
On next Thursday, evening the
Eastern Star chapter will hold its an annual
nual annual election of officers.
Commencement exercises at Fair
inount Collegef for young women atj
3Jonteagle, Tenn., will be held from
J the 5th to the'th. Miss Mabel Edith
I IMeff ert, the Accomplished daughter
-of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Meffert of this
I city, is one of the graduates in
during that time have not only en endeared
deared endeared themselves to the members of
the Presbyterian congregation but to
the general public, and their depart departure
ure departure will be a decided loss to the en entire
tire entire city. No couple is more esteem esteemed
ed esteemed and the reverence with which they
are universally held is beautiful.
; Postmaster. Rogers continues to
improve, and will soon be able to
leave his bed. ."
WILL SOON' BE OUT
Mr. Heron Todd's friends will be
glad to learn that he will probably be
able to leave the hospital by Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. : '. ::V.-. ''";": V'
A WORTHY CAUSE
: v NEEDS ASSISTANCE
I I I O ' )S l i A f ) i I I A -' ,'X ;
fleeting of Civics Committee
.Yesterday afternoon at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club the civics -committee, of
which Mrs. George Blitch is the capa capable
ble capable chairman, held its first meeting of
the new club year. The attendance
was large and the principal feature of
the meeting, was to map out a perma permanent
nent permanent schedule for the year.-
The committee decided to maintain
the parks and to have the flower fete
in May, the latter an event inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated last spring with marked success.
In connection wjth the ; fete a May
pole dance will be held. The seeds
and bulbs will be distributed in due
time to the boys and girls desiring to
enter the contest. A "clean-up day"
was decided upon. The committee
will have charge of the club house
grounds and will shortly begin beau beautifying
tifying beautifying them. v ;.
The committee has three "vice chair chairmen,
men, chairmen, namely, Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
Mrs. Emily Green and Mrs. A. Y.
Strunk, and the following members,
Miss Jefferson Bell, Mrs. Ed Bennett,
Mrs. L. F. Blalock, Mrs. J. R. Dewey,
Mrs.' J. P. Galloway, Mrs. IJ. C.
Groves, Mrs. C. P. Howell,. Mrs. E. M.
Howard, Mrs. Charles Hunter, Mrs.
W. A. Knight, Mrs.' Walter Marsh,
Mrs. J. M. Meffert, Mr George lac lac-Kay,
Kay, lac-Kay, Mrs. W. D. Richeyv'Miss NellJe
Stevens, Mrs. A. T. Thoma and Mrs
H. W. Tucker. V
' The devoted band of Christians who
have built up the North Ocala Union
church, which institution is of great
helpfulness to that, part of the city,
have by hard work and much denial
paid several hundred dollars on the
lot and building. They lack; 'howev 'however,
er, 'however, about 120 of being able to make
both ends meet, and will be glad of
any assistance that their 'fellow
Christians -will extend to them. The
North Ocala church is a great help to
the people not only of its neighbor neighborhood,
hood, neighborhood, but the entire city, and deserves
the assistance that will place it firm
ly on its financial feet.
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The primary department of the
Methodist Sunday School held a very
beautiful service Sunday morning,
November 29, in memory of James
Postelle, youngest son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Phillips,, who died October
7J The programme was a follows:'
The .Twentieth-third Psalm-y-Pri-mary
. Song -"What a Friend We Have in
Jesus," Mrs. D. W. Tompkin's class.
Recitation ''Life," Theresa Con Con-drey.
drey. Con-drey. V; : '? .-. ":,
Song- "Sweet Bye and Bye School.
Resolutions read by : Mrsi G. W
Martin, superintendent. V v
Vocal Trio "The Children's Ho-
All kinds of
vf Richelieii iSpices
SvriicL andsSwansdovn Gi
andaWill D3 receiving ail
go to make up the
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A Pleasant Evening
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v JVannaJIisses Nan Brooks, J Susie
f Ervin and Martha Kate Rentz.
r-yer Mrs. G. W. Martin.
Vjdass of six.
Mr. B. wTBlount returned home
Monday evening from Tampa, where
he was called last week on account
of the illness of his 'son, Mr. Ed
Blount. The latter's many friends
will be glad to know that he is grad grad-sially
sially grad-sially improving. Times-Union. ; ' .4
Sam Barco will leave in a few days
for DeLand, where he will attend the
Sigma Neu banquet and ball ,at the
Stetson University. Miami Herald.
A1 card from Mr. A. E. Gerigat
Tolford gives the gratifying news
that he is gainjna irt strength and he
and m Mr s. Gerig Tire hahg a most
delightful visitv witkSlr. and Mrs
Harry Lapham, who were residents
Ocala till a few years ago.
Last evemng Mr. and MrSvwJ. W. r fe lovely flowers brought by the
Felts entertained at their, home on t earners and fellow classmates were a
North Magnolia street in honor of silent token of the love all felt -for
their sister, Miss Eunice Felts' birth- the one who has been called to dwell
day. Dancing and games were en- forever more with the' Friend,; for litt
joyed throughout the evening. There tie children- above ; the" bright ; blue
was not a dull moment at any time sky. A committee bore the "floral
and at a late hour-the guests,' after tributes to the cemetary and placed
many good wishes for many more them upon ; his grave. 4
happy birthdays for Miss Felts, de- Resolutions ; , "Whereas we, the
parted for their homes. Those pres- Primary Department of the. First
ent were Misses Lottie Curry, Maude Methodist Sunday School, Ocal" Flor Flor-Davis
Davis Flor-Davis Lottie Chambers, Sallie Mor- ida, have sustained a deep loss in the
rison, Lottie .5 Morrison, Annie Mor- death of our former little f riend, apd
rison, Ferrule Setzer, Edna Miller, class-mate, J. P. Phillips Jn, having
Mollie Blitch of Gainesville, and Lelia been N placed on the Cradle Roll, when
Baggett of Lake City; Messrs. J. A. only twenty-four hours of age, there-
Rayburn, C. O. Curry, Roy Gates, C. fore be it resolved, that wV extend
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
Atlantic Coast Lino ;
Tn. 5)7 Jacksonville to Leesburg
L. Glisson, Louis Teuton,, Ross Tur- jour loving sympathy to his behaved 9:05 p. m. I k. .".
ner, Hugo Mcintosh, Lester. Marsh, family, while we bow with thefliih No. 10, Leesburg to Jacltsonville--
Homer Small, Perry Pedrick, F.:W. humble submission to His Divide 6:05 a. m.
Neill, Carol Blalock, Math Neill,4 Ellis Will, .and point them to the Holy No. "37, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
Brigance, E. R. Rhames, J. T. Felts, Snirit for comfort in their deen sor- .bursr S:05 a.m.
uy Felts, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Todd, row. Resolved second, that our. own No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jack&on-
rIr .and Mrs. C. A. Rhames, Mr. and 1' sorrow in the loss of our little5 friend, ville2: 05 a.; in.
Mrs. C. E. Hightower, Mr. and Mrs. teaches us how crashing must be the I-1"" No. 3 9 Jacksonville to St. peters-
J. G. Smoak, Mr. and Mrs.- Shaw j affliction of his devoted parents, !; rg 2: 40 p. m. .
Feltz. Music was furnished by brothers and other loved ones, and VW. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson-'
Messrs. Rhames and Hightower. we,' as a body feel that we -shall con- vr1 -l:! p. m.,
" '-?J if T ''A "A T F ifl'!
OCAL.1, I liOIlIDA
First consideration and crpccinl attention given to small tracts.
;eraay Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Swain and son hold his memory dear, as we1 shall mt v : ; X
, Ind., Mr. Charlie Swain, wife and baby, ever remember little Marion, his sis- -;ro. Palatka to Ocala 8:50
jen on Spent the morning in town shopping, ter who preceded him to theHeav- a. an. -s V , S
TIiss Jennie Briggs, formerly of
this city, passed thru town yesterday
oh her way home to Terrehaute,
from Umatilla, where she has been
a visii. . (motoring in from Anthony. enly Home. Be it resolved further, No. -48,v-.OaU to
. I that a copy of these resolutions be Leaves, ,2:0 2 pVm;
The study class of the Woman s A congenial trio-of Marion county spread upon the minutes of the Sun-1 No. 49. Horao::sa to Ocala Ar-
Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at
ing dinner together last Thursday in the Ocala Banner 'and Ocala Star for L iXo. 35 '(Sunnyjim) Ocala to Lake-
New York City, were Mrs. R, E. I publication, and that a copy be fur- Jand 6:40 a. Of, Tuesday, Thursday
miss ,miiy btotesbury is in Jack- Downs. Miss Cecile Downs and Mr. nished the family of the deceased, and Saturday.
sonvnie enjoying a visit of some Edwin Swain. ; ... L' No. 32 CSunnyjim) (Lakeland, to
length with her nephew and niece, Mr. v was 80 SUUQen uur vmte &aiUi 0-ila 9-50 n m. Tuesday, Thurs-
3:15 at the club house.
and Mrs. George Ford.
Thomas H. Harris of Ocala is in
How. we shall miss him the beautiful
V,o ifv 9 will TATrfain sevpral.davs ueau
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hood, Miss fls first trick onerator on a Mergen- Who will take the place of the pre-
ujiTtnierite sorter. Mr. w. k. tii -i Ai. r.: j u: i wuus uuc cu;
, i uiaier linotype xnacmiic n uiw vuiwc.
Sner ana itev.uunyan Stephens are Mr. Harris'has a host of friends in
Borne from Leesburg, .where they at- Gainesville and they'are always glad
wjnueu me weuaing ox xuiss jane to see him. Gainesville Sun.
Xlary Hood to Mr. Julian Herndon of
j Birmingham. Mr. Stephens was the
But Godknoweth best.
We know he watches the
Hears the sad cry of the grieved
hearts that call,
w iz Ttnet T. T.. "Phvsician and
sfficiatingclergyman and Miss Porter Surgeon, specialist, Eye, Ear,. Nose Mother, father and brothers, He
sS A ntiri Tiiit Tw Tilbrarv Bnildinir.! xovem .wiem au.
I VYe can trust Jtor the rest.
Mrs. Sam Igou,
Mrs. J. W. Kea, 1
s Miss Gladys Martin,
Miss Ernestine Brooks,
Mrs. L. W. Lyons and handsome
little son, William Wallace Lyons, of
DesMoines, la., arrived yesterday,
and are the guests for the winter of
Urs. Lyons' parents, Dr. and Mrs. E.
Van Hood. v
Mrs. A. J. Brigance is expected
liome tomorrow from Inverness, to
which place, she accompanied Mrs. H.
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The Thursday two table auction
dub spent a most delightful afterr
noon today the guests of Mrs. C. L.
' Gamsby. Playing were Mrs. M. G.
Chambers, Mrs. N. Hickman, Mrs. L.
IL Chazal, Mrs, F. T. Schreiber, Miss
Minnie Gamsby, Mrs. G. K. Robinson,
Mrs. T. T. Munroe and Mrs. Gamsby.
Dr. W H. Dodge will probably ac accept
cept accept the call extended him by the
Hast Jacksonville Presbyterian
cfisrch, but will not know positively
smtH next week, when he goes to that
city. Dr. and Mrs. Dodge have been
residents of Ocs.la eight years and! Phone 451
J. D. McCASKILL
State Agent For
The Best Interior Finishing
To have a friend is to have- one of
the sweetest gifts that life can bring.
A friend may praise us, and we are
not embarrased, he may rebuke us at p. m.
and we are not angered. If he be si silent,
lent, silent, we understand. It takes a great
soul to be a true friend a large,
catholic, steadfast and loving spirit.
day and Saturday.
ISo. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wedfisrriay and (Friday.
!Xo. 150, Wilcox to Oala 5:45 p.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday;
. Seaboard Air Xdna -INb.
a, JiciconviHo to Tampa
1:45 a. m.
-- Cso. 3, Jacksonville to Tarap-a Ar
rive, 1:10 p. m.; leave, 1:23..
iXo. A, Jacksonville to Tampa
2 : 3 3 p. on.
iNo. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
INo. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville -Ar
rive 1:12 p. an.; leave 1:30 p. m.
CCb. 10. Tampa to Jacksonville
4:20 p. m.
Ocala Xorthern ;
Xa. 71 Arrives Irom, Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
'No. 7'2 leaves Ocala. for Palatka
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One of the very best fc:rni.j r:nl cr,v::iry c-tr.t-"; in Florida.
Two and a'half miles frc:n Or1"..
Ten-room fannhou:e, atcp t:.o Lul; c.:eo:C'tI:o city.
Three bams. Two tenant hou: :, 7::a L".:l:. T,co:l rhcd. Silo. Gt::-':
Ecalo. Dcep v.xll, with purAp ar.d engine. Ihrca cisterns.
Pear orchard. Pcccn rrrovo. Ornr.2 zv "rrrrs fruit crovc. Pier.
- v ,of trras3 for ct"U '
A jtiwv v. t Jr
Teler!icr3'223. 1 Or-'-
FARM FOR SALE
A farm of 55 acres, half mile from
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une must iorgive mucn, lorget mucn, halanpe ctver land: all crood
forbear much. It costs to be a friend;j-pme land; a residence of four rooms
or to have a friend: there is nothiner land kitchen: new barn and other out-
u k 4. i j i,hiAnsps! neaches. nlums. crapes and
' i. T . necans: ffood drilled welu cattle, ho
osw; c"' f .us ?. vf. ur goats and chickens, and all farming
friends, and then believe that they are implements and tools. Will sell cheap
and ever will be. true to us. Anna fnr rash. Address. Owner. John
Robertson Brown. Foglestrom, Montague, ia..-ttQ
See the beautiful Volland cards. Tbe best service and most reason-
booklets, calendars and pictures at able prices obtain at the new dining
TVi Murraw rnmnanr S-5f TOOm Of the Ocala HOUSC 23-tI
Package Sunbeam Pancake Fl-'Jr . . ..... 1Ho
Package Cunbcam App!o 'Ealtr 2 J 3
Package SunbcaOocc . . ........ 1 13
, -Package Sunbeam FlufTy CodHrli- r.r- v ... 1 L 2
Package Sunbeam Kidney (Dcir.3. . 1T3
Package Sunbeam Salad Drcicfr j.'. ......... .2ii0
WE HAVE OUR KEV SIOCIC OP ZZllLV-MIS
, Smoked Halibut
1 Pop Corn
' 6p!'S. .Peas" :v 7 : r'
E;raratcl ;FruI t j
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OCALA EVENING STAIV THURSDAY, DECEMBHn. 3, 1914.
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1JN this day and time nearly every one is keen to take advantage of an opportunity to save money. In order to introduce ourselves to the public of
Ocaia we propose to give you this opportunity NOW, by offering extremely low prices on all kinds of GROCERIES for cash on Friday, Saturday
and Monday, December th, 5th and 7th. We must get acquainted and this we believe is the best way to accompolish it Save you money. We Iir.vo
not the space to enumbrize all the prices, but the cut prevails on everything in "the store on these days.
Aurora Brand Peas, No. 2 ..... Mc
Aurora Brand Golden Wax Beans,
: No. 2.- -li
Aurora Brand Refugee Beans, No. 2 14c
Van Camp's Kidney Beans, No. 2 11c
Aurora -Brand Beets, No. 2 14c
irrora Brand Hand Packed Toma Toma-toes,
toes, Toma-toes, No. 2-r---yj.i .10c
Aurora Brand Hand Packed Toma-
toes, No. '3--. 14c
Aurora Brand Squash, No. 3 .. --13c
Aurora- Brand Rhubarb-- ... 13c
Van Camp's Saiierkrautl 9c
HERE ARE ONLY A PEW
Aurora' Brand White Cherries, per
Aurora Brand Currants, per can-? .-28c
Aurora Brand Red Raspberries, per
Florida Packed Choice Pears, No. 3 ;
; per can 12c
Royal.5 one bound cans ... ...... 43c
Royal, half pound cans- ... 23c
Rumford's, one pound cans .-.- --23c
Riimford's, half pound cans.--. '-. 12c
OF THE MONEY SAVERS
tksLmmtffi 'ijif "iBi 1 1 it L Srhn A a j4 HiiiiM 4J at.j -iuiiir
Hosford's large size cans--..- ... -HOC
Posford's small size cans C5
Good Luck, large size cans--
Good Luck, small' size cans ----- Cc
Cleats, Butter, Lard9 G!c.:-;
Best Ham, per pound
Boiled Ham, per pound- .35c
Cream Cheese, jper pound- -20c
BETTER Butter, per pound - -. . 40c
Compound Lard, per pound ... 9c
Snowdrift, large bucket GS.GO
Snowdrift, small bucket 40c
Sugar, ; Stxteem 'Pounds f prOnc
Sauer's Extracts, large size
Sauer's Extracts, small, size 7c
Van Camp's Soups, per can Cc
Heinz Soups, per can..;... H2c
Dime Brand Milk, per dozen --. -C2.C3
Van Camp's Milk, large size, per
dozen ...... 01X3
Van Camp's Milk, small size, per,
dozen ------ -. CZz
Gibb's Apple Jelly, per glass ..... 7c
Corn Starch, per package Cc
Italian Style Spaghetti, large paek-
Italian Style Spaghetti, small pack package
Meal, per pound- .2 1-22
Grits, per pound . -2 2-22
Bacon, per pound...
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NUMBER THREE FLORIDA PACKED TOMATOES- 9c
;These prices tell thek own'storyi and Rafter, you- have made 'your selection, show' this list to your neighbor, We are confident that your neighbor
would do as 'much for you if the opportunity presented itself, ... Everything sold under a strict guarantee. Let's get acquainted.
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E G. RIVERS Maiiaier.
TTD 1 Tl
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All other chocolates "sdem
ju:5t ordinary:- after yob ones
try jiif i They krq just
as pure and 'wholdme sis' ihzy
are delicious. :We secured tlits
agcn'cy-; for tlte Huylerlme
l:noving theie is nothing fine,
and because know too 'that
people v will i unconstiously:
judge the value of our rtock
by the individual lines' ve
carry. We will be ? glad' to
have you judge J th:s confec confectionery
tionery confectionery as soon as'i:oiivenient.
In packages fro:h. ioa up.
T. W. TEOJUSR
AN APPEAL TO THE MEN
150 men in business men's class
Sunday Dec. 6th. Men gret busy!
Get thj women out!! Talk to them!
Persuade them! Get your car and
go aftnr them! We must have one
woman fo revery man present next
Sunday,; v 600 in Methojiist Sunday
school !Dec. 6th. 3-3td
BIG Load : f or 0i.
Youp Civ.Iir win have
J." L. ySMOAKs
At Sinoak'a Wagoa Shop. -3
Funeral Olr ectog.?a
UNDERTAKERS and Ef.1BMr.lERb
One CasUets arid DarlcM; lobes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Idcenscl Em Em-fa
fa Em-fa aimers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. 3IcIVER .... . I .... .104
c. v. ROBEin:s.......v...,.no5
Uci eriakini; OSlce ........... 47
Gainesville Sun: Mr. John Landus
Clyde I.ichardron of High Springs
and Misf i Ruby Clyde Johnson of Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick wei united in marriage at the
home of the bride : on the evening, of
Thursday, November 26th. : v
3Ir. lichardson is possessed of
sterling iuali ties and is one -of High
Springs, leading young citizens and
successful; business men. He has
many, friends in this city and section
who will combine in wishes for the
couple all happiness and prosperity.
The bride u an attractive and accom accomplished
plished accomplished young lady and is justly pop popular
ular popular among her acquaintances.
HELP A WORTHY CAUSE
1 -You can do so by subscribing to
the work of the Boys Club. The
boys are anxious to enlarge the
scope of the work and are much in
need of funds to secure a place of
meeting- Funds are being solicited
to rent a room and also to furnish
same. In this column will -''appear
from day to day the names of those
contributing and the amount contri contributed.
buted. contributed. All anonies should be paid
to the club treasurer, Master Wellle
Meffert. See Charles Duval, presi president,
dent, president, or R. B. Bowers, adviser, for
particulars and to give subscriptions.
-Men's Class of Religious Investi Investigation,
gation, Investigation, $150 a month.
OPEN DAlT ATTO JflGHT
. Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and luncaes
at any Sour. Adv.
SICK TWO YEARS
'Two years ago I was ereatly bene
fited through using two or three bot bottles
tles bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes
Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Be "Before
fore "Before taking them I was sick for two
years with indigestion," Sold by all
CITRA NEWS NOTES
Citra, Dec. 2. -Misseir Annie At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson and Eugenia ; Fuller -were
guests of the Misses Bo rland the lat latter
ter latter part of last week. '.:
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann, Mr.
Allison Wartmann and Mrs.- Wyckoff
motored to Ocala yesterday.
Miss Cork spent Thanksgiving at
Orange Lake. 4
Rev. George York spent; Friday and
Saturday here, visiting some of his
MK Simmons o;f the Simmons and
Rodgers Construction Co. who has
just completed the Lavtey school
building, spent Tuesday i light1 at the
Mr. Harry Borland made, a business
trip to Tampa last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Barney, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Ramey'and children and
Mrs; Borland' and daughters wnt
over to Eeddick last Thursiday to at attend
tend attend th marriage of Sliss Ruby
" The only 'Hotei an tho Square"
now offers you the service of Its
dining room. You"!! come again if
you try it. 23-tf
' Sick headache is nearly always
caused by disorders of the stomach.
Corect them and the periodic attacks
of sick headache will disappear. Mrs.
John Bishop Roseville, Ohio, writes:
"About a year ago I was troubled
with indigestion and had sick head headache
ache headache that lasted for two or three
days at a time. I doctored and tried
a number of remedies but nothing
helped me until during one of those
sick spells a friend advised me to
take Chamberlain's Tablets. This
medicine relieved me in a short time."
For sale by all dealers- Adv.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
The tax books for the payment of
191'4 state and county taxes are now
open. - ;.'.;
Be sure and bring or send a cor correct
rect correct description, of your property
when you come or send for your 'tax
bill or to pay your taxes.' By so do doing
ing doing you greatly lessen the possibility
of errors and enable us to give you
more speedy service.
Don't forget that the law allows a
two (2) per cent, discount for all
November payments and one (1)
per cent for December payments.
Yours very truly,
W. iL. Colbert,
ll-3-2m Tai Collector Marion Co.
lost. Found, Wanted, For Sals
For Rent and Similar Local deeds
FOR RENT Lower flat for rent on
Oklawaha. avenue. All modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply Mrs. B. D. Black Black-.
. Black-. burn, 428 Oklawaha, a venue30-tf
FOR SLVLE-- Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George :W.
Hyc'e, Crystal River; Fla. 9-9-tf
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WAJSTIED Puree unfurnished rooms
by young married couple. iMust
be close In and in desirable neigh-
. .iborbood. Address care Star. dh.
POSITiON WAINTED A competent
; young mail wants a position as
(bookkeeper or ofilce man; fine ac ac-counrAnt,
counrAnt, ac-counrAnt, steady and settled, but
not ie. typetvriter, or steno;rrapher.
(Addnssa. Stur office. ? 25-tf
"uake aiousia FOR RENT A. new,
modern, 5-room cottage, bath,
screens, etc., completely f urnlsh urnlsh-.
. urnlsh-. ed; close to iLake Weir, adjoining
orange grove of Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Co., for rent for the winter.
Address, ;H. S. Wesson, Ocala,
WANTED A flat top ofllce desk and
chair. Phone 448. 28-6t.
FOR SAL15 Ten room house and
five room house, each with bath,
Nos. 302 and 306, South Fourth
street, east; both now rented. Price
for two, $4000; cash $2000, balance
on time, or will sell separately. C.
E. Thomas, Clearwater, Fla. 28-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs, three rooms
and bath furnished for lighthouse lighthouse-keeping;
keeping; lighthouse-keeping; city and cistern water.
Mrs. P. H. Gillen, No. 1 South Fifth
street. V" y 1-tf-
FOR SALE Nice large residence on
beautiful, large lot; in best neigh neighborhood;
borhood; neighborhood; on Fort King avenue;
price right. S. S. Savage, Jr. 1-lm
FOR RENT House for rent on Wa Wa-tula
tula Wa-tula street opposite telephone of office.
fice. office. Gas, electric lights, hot and
cold water. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith at Mrs. Haycraf t's millinery
GIRL WANTED In Printing Office.
who owns the dwelling -the biicincci irrcrcrty t!:r.t l'j.t.-Zz
In your name? 1
of course you think that yoa do; but are you riht?
the qnestion is worth considering, It involves tho origin cr.i
the development of individual ownership in Ir.nd.
. in the beginni'Of civilization no man orr. c.l c,::y Cz'.ZrJLl j-.rt
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over zrLiculcT ecctlcni cl
It; homes and trading pLicca were not fixed; land rr.i too r----'-M
for individuals to Cipnto over ths accuracy cf my r-"-lc;.
Corida title and abstract ccrorstic? t flr-'rf1. tci, -Co.;
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nvi.fewk4AjfWa 4 iiyaa &.&A.y WAfc I
TTa world's faost feniecf rstrftsxt'-'- ewrtdws mt rsmv I
k iae titer tiiavir.. All ihszl is In f S pcrf; jrn-yc jt; i't ;
F2y extra for a fancy bcttla. '1 fca cu :.ry t won Jrf-L
prlccn!y7Sc 8cz.). VrAiz. ioxll'iLV.li tcUIxr.:-;
tor itrr&ers.:!3. Wn:3 tsdz?.
TAHFUT-SSaS ; ED. PHIAUD, Depiirtotri IX I
A girl from 16 to 18 years of age,
intelligent, quick at learning, who
will try to, learn and stick to the
work, can get a position in the
WANTED A good second hand bi bicycle;,
cycle;, bicycle;, must be in good shape and
cheap; will pay cash. Apply to the
Marion Mercantile Co- near Sea
New books,' Juvenile and grown ups,
at The Murray Company; 3-3t
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Careful Estimates made' on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work, Give 3 doro and better
vork for the money than any othc::
xrtrtxoctor in the city. '
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER- 3, 1914-
For the Children
0 MOT SELL
your real estate now, unless you need the
If you do need the money now is the time to sell,
because it hi the time to buy.
It i3 the tints to buy because the European war,
an unnatural agency, has caused a slump in
realty prices, and because there will be a raise
in prices when the war An over.
Prices will, at least, become normal again.
We have city and country property listed for
sale and for rent. f t
II you have property for liale list itv with us.
Someone from our office will be glad to talk
Louis m. CEMiiii smsm.
Poiitoff ice Box 175,
C Diamonds are not a luxury.
They are a perfectly safe and
profitable investment. They
hold their value in fact, gen
erally increase in value. As you know, diamonds
have increased greatly within the last few years.
GJ You can therefore have the pleasure of wearing
diamonds "'and at the same time knowing that you
are not throwing your money away.
You cmi't say the same tiling about automobiles.
(3 We carry a large assortment of diamonds. Our
reputation stands back of them.
clF-. E. iIL,ILJlER;SJA.MIED
J EWE L E R
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING
Office Next to So. Express Office
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We have for sale large lot with handsome home, on Fort King Avenue
which must be sold within next sixty daysparty has to have the money
Better see us quick.
We -also have one or two other small propositions in the office vhich are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on or write.
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Try fa D AIJIlST AR Want Ad-It ?ay
Ai:iX;OMId AT THE lilBRARY
To the peojile of Lapland the rein reindeer
deer reindeer terves as a substitute for tbe
horse, cow.- sheep and coat. It In ex
tensively empljyed as a beast of draft, j
being. broken-1 3 draw sledges or carry
packages on lis back. A full 'grown
animal, can draw a weight of t00
pounds; and travel at the rate 'of -.300
miles ix day. its broad, deeply cfaft
hoofs fitting It admirably for traveliing
over tb? broken snow. In winter tie
herds fi-ed In tlie woods on the licheas
that hang upon the Wees or grow -uptio
the. grot nd. to secure which the brotul
antlers and boofs are employed to
scrape t way the snow. Some yeam
ago a herd of reindeer w;as Introduced
into Alaska for the benefit of the Es Eskimos.
kimos. Eskimos. The experiment proved a grest
success, ind now thousands of tha
animals are owned by the natives.
Whether :ilive or dead, every produce
of the reindeer serves a useful pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Tbo relndr here pictured is
equipped with a; Lapland tiarness.
The sled Is drawn by means of a sin
gle trace, wblch passes between tbo
bind legs of the an lmaL ;
MI.33 Louise Gamsby, the nbrariaa
in charge of the library, which no
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country 'people to know that they
are w-slcom'e to come' to the library
at any' time and Tead the hoos. Also
that i'iiere are. a farge nurnber of
magazines there to he given out to
those vho wish them, magazines that
have hoen given by different persons j
who hs.ve finished -with them.
PROMPT ACTION WILL
STOP YOUR COUGH
A Smart pird.
In the hou.3e of .the consul In Bang
kok is a bird that keeps up an Inces Incessant
sant Incessant chatter that might almost be call
ed conversation, so clever is it The
voice of this bird is much like a hu
man voice, far more bo than the par
rots. The bird is called the mlneur or
minor. It learns much more readily
than the parrot and is as clever at Imi Imitating
tating Imitating as the American mocking bird.
It whistles in exact .imitation of its
master and sings whole songs through
without making a mistake.
The master of this, songster always
summons his servant to him by i call calling
ing calling "BoyH The mlneur learned to
do the same thing, with the result that
the servant was sent on a fool's er
rand many times. None could tell
whether the master called or tho
mineur This greatly annoyed the serv servant,
ant, servant, whose owner told him that he
need not come unless he heard the call.
BoyV boy I" repeated twice. In three
days time the mlneur had learned his
trick and was doing the same thing.
Then it was' arranged that the master
should strike on the table or clap bis
hands, as they do in Turkey or Siam,
This was too t much for the mlneur.
who found that bis fun was over.
When you first catch a cold (often
indicated by a sneeze or cough),
break it ; up at once. The idea that
"It does not matter" often 'leads to
serious ;omplications. The remedy
which immediately and easily pene penetrates.
trates. penetrates. the lining of the throat is the
kind demanded. Dr.r King's New Dis Discover
cover Discover soothes the irration, loosens
the phlegm. You feel better-at once.
"It ssemii to reach the very spot of
my cough" is one of the many hon honest
est honest testimonials. 50 cents' at your
druggist.1 TuesThur fri ,& vkly.
CUT OUT PAPER sJOJlUi
nOOll AXD BATH FOR A DOLLAH ANI A JIALP
( r u
RcGtaurant vitn iio aerate pn
, NOT OPEN.
1 y '' Room WitHdutvBdtli::
Running Water in Every Room In the Koi!
EiiEoriuc i:x.evatoii ei:uvicr:
At i v $
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The only Hotel on the Square
RO03I AND HcVTIt FOR A DOLLAR ATH) JL IL1X:
Commercial Dank Block, cn
Jlanolia Street, West.
Post i:o Loc.;l cr
Lon Distance .Pho:it
We will give to the ladles and
children a cut out paper doll to every
j)urcha;jer. Bitting & Knight, Drug Drug-lsts.
lsts. Drug-lsts. 11-6.:
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MRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE
J: WITH THE CEOUP !L
,T1 ,fTli ids
w : OV'VC Yr b 5 r 1 fS f" V:
AM now in business for myself.
Conducting a III:;h Clas? rc-
U tall bar and 3IaiJ Orier House. I can givo you the best there
is, and as. much asany one else in 'businc-s for your money. C -ten-teen
years in fiShe business has taught me what the public v.ants,
end I am supplying tthat want. ,
JUST A SA3Il?IiE OF GOODS A.VD PRICi:3
ilnd Fcr TLrcs Ssznssrs Iilrs. Via Via-cent
cent Via-cent Was Usable to Attend to
Any cf Her Hensewcrli.
Pleasant Hill, N. C."! suffered for
three summers writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walkabout Could not do any of my
1 also had dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, 1
would have to give up and lie down,
until it wore off.
I vwas rtainly in a dreadful state of
health, when 1 finally decked to try
Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly
believe 1 would have died if. I fcsda't
After I began taking Cardui, I was
greatly helped, ivnd all three bottles re
lieved me entirely.
I fattened up, and grew so much
.An Egg Raco.,
To play this game t;wo empty egg
shells and a couple of strips of white
tape each two yards loixg. are reiuired.
There is also a little fan. which is of
use In the game.
To play this mark out two goals by
pinning down the pieces of tape at op-
stronger In three months, I felt like an- posite sides of the room, leaving plen-
other person altOi;:ether."
Cardui is .purely vegetable and gentle-
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on the womanly constitution.
Cardui makes fcr increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner-
ty of space behind each for a child to
crouch down at the outset of the race.
Place an empty eggshell In ihe cen
ter of each line of tape and choose a
boy and girl to play against each other.
Give the girl the fan and place heir
behind her barrier with directions to
fan her egg over her barrier and across
"When my boy, Ray, was small he
was sub j ect to croup, and I was; al always
ways always alarmed at such times. V Ch am am-berlahVs
berlahVs am-berlahVs Cough Remedy proved far
bettsr than any other for this trou trouble.
ble. trouble. It always relieved him quick
ly. I am never without it in the
house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup writes Mrs. W. R. Me Medal
dal Medal n, Blairsvill, Pa. For sale by all
en r TAXES
Good Ohl 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
't per sklh. 3i:,50
Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or, Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. C0 fW
The city tax hooks nave been op esx
for payment of 1914 taxes since
Oct. 1st. The law .provides that
they he closed Oec. 1st, .after which
a peTi-alty of 10 per cent, shall he
addbd and collection enforced by
suit or seizure of personal property.
v W. W. Clyatt, . ...
City Tax Collector.
Office in court house. 7 11-6-tf
Grood Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or .Gin, in jugs at per
, gallon.. $1.75
Rcinemhtjr -that v,Te .v. ill nil
any order; you send us end
meet the;.prico of sny other
Make 'my place your headquartera while in Ihe city. You 'will
welcome and be treatedigat at all time3 aaid on every tranca-
tion at "Johnny's Place.'.
The FINEST BEER you ever ".dranlt, and ATA' KINDS of It In .bot .bottles
tles .bottles and on draft. 1
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C Cili A, : Fim D A
KEEP IT HANDY
her oDDonent's boundary as auickly as
vous system, ana neips to maKe paie, possible. The boy player meantime
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. has to rely on his lungs to make his
rrrfi hoe T,ot m?m egg travel, and tbe player whose egg
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooja Med?dn Co.. Ladles Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept., Chattanoosa. Tenn., for Special In In-ftnictiofis
ftnictiofis In-ftnictiofis on your case and 64-page book. "Homa
Treatment for Women." sent in plain Wrapper. J-ta
FOR STOVE, HEATER,
Large Loads for Your Money.
CALL TWO! TWO!! TWO!!!
first crosses the tape of the enemy
wins the game.
Bishop Berkeley wrote "Westward
tbe course of empire takes Its way.'
Yet bis line is misquoted daily. "West "Westward
ward "Westward the star of empire takes its way."
Pope's fine line, "Welcome the com coming.,
ing., coming., speed the going guest. Is spotted
in the misquotation. "Welcome the
coming, speed the parting guest"
No use to squirm and wince and
try to wear out your Rheumatism. It
will wear you out instead. Apply
some of Sloan's Liniment. Need not
rub it in -just let it penetrate all
through the affected partsn relieve
the soarness; and draw the pain. You
get ease at once and feel so much
better you want to go right out and
tell other sufferers about Sloan's.
Get a bottles of Sloan's Liniment for
5c. any druggist and have it in the
house against colds, sore and swol
len joints, lumbago, sciatica and like
ailments. Your money back if not
satisfied, but. it does give almost in
stant relief. Buy a bottle today,
I0UGH' & WiiTFIELB
A Chinese Tragedy.
A Chinaman stood
On the edge of the sea -Singing
"Ching a ling linff.
Oh. ching a ling lee!"
There came up a typhoon.
But Ching a Ling Lee
Kept ching a ling linging
His song to the sea.
-Enough." cried the Wind.
"Of these ching a ling loos!"
And he lerked tbe gay Chinaman
Out of his shoes.
His silk coat swelled out
Like a gaudy balloon.
And he flew like a bird
'Fore the awful tyr iTn.
But he still sang his song.
"Oh. ching a ling lee!"
Till he fell ching a long.
Chkig a lunk in the sea.
To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar
t'stic and moral are all right when we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do is to get
enough to eat and sme place in
which to live. And this livinsr must
of nece :y be the basi3 for any high higher
er higher sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes, a foundation for
this support should be first in the
thought of our system of education.
On it should be built the secondary
studies, e& it were, of rur education.
1 ii -danuc)
Teams For ;Eeai-
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Packing and Storing r r-hipping
hipping r-hipping of Freight,
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OCALA EVENING STAH, THURSDAY, DZCZllZZZl S, 1SK,
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OUR MEATS UP. .RIGHT.
IMaking it Easy to
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I You Will Take Enough
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers Will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which Is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
safe Me &. IPacMmgi ?,;
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X Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne ne-4
4 ne-4 cessity is Our Business,
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M the Great iljmiversary Sale
JAW1ES AUSTIN IVIORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Estimates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving. Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P Ocala, Florida
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
of Our Ice
on Bis Appearance
raone lut. v
OC AliA, FLORIDA
The Detective of the
By HESKETII PRIOIIARD
By Heiketh Prich&rd
ination of the vicinity. A few yards
brought then to the end of Atterson's
"Here's where he slept,f said Hob Hob-son.
son. Hob-son. "It's all pretty clear He was
dog tired and just collapsed- I guess
that was last night. It's an old camp camping
ing camping place, this. But where basw he
cached the bank's property T
For upward of an hour Hobson
searched every conceivable spot. But
not so November Joe. who. after a
couple of quick casts down to the riv river,
er, river, made a fire, put on the kettle and
lit his pipe. j ;
At length Hobson ceased hl3 exer exertions
tions exertions and accepted a cup of tea Joe
"There's nothing cached round here,
and his trail stops right where he
slept. He never moved a foot beyond
that nor went down to the river. 100
yards away. The chap's either cached
them or handed them to an accomplice
on the back trail. 1,'m thinking he'll con confess,
fess, confess, all right, when I get him alone."
He stood up as November moved to
take a cup of tea over to Atterson.
"No, you don'tr be cried. "Prison "Prisoner
er "Prisoner Atterson neither eats nor drinks be between
tween between here and Quebec unless he con confesses
fesses confesses where be has the stuff hid."
"He won't ever put you wise," said
"Why do you say that?"
, "'Cause he can't He don't, know
"Bah! was nil Hobson's answer as
he turned on his heel. :
November Joe did not 'move as Hob Hobson.
son. Hobson. his wrist strapped to Atterson's.
disappeared down the trail by which
we had come.
"Well." I said, 'what next?" ;
j, "I'll take another look around." Joe
led the way down to the river, which,
though not more than fifty'yards away,
was hidden from us by the thick trees.
It was a slow flowing river, and in
the soft mud of the margin I saw, to
my surprise, the quite recent traces of
a canoe having been beached- Beside
the canoe there was also on the mud
the faint mark of a paddle having lain
at full length.
Joe pointed to it. The paddle had
evidently, I thought, fallen from the
canoe, for the impression It had left
on the soft surface was very slight.
"How long ago was the canoe here?"
"At first light maybe between 3 and
4 o'clock," replied Joe.
"Then I don't see how it helps you
at all. Its coming can't have anything
to do with the Atterson robbery, for
the distance from here to the camp is
too far to throw a "packet, and the ab-
"Cecil Atterson, Ive got you!"
sence of tracks makes it clear that At Atterson
terson Atterson cannot have handed the loot
over to a confederate In the canoe.
Isn't that right?"
"Looks that way," admitted Joe.
"Then the canoe can be only a coin coincidence."
cidence." coincidence." November shook his 1 head. "I
wouldn't go quite so far as to say
that. Mr. Quarltch."
Once again he rapidly went over the
ground near the river, then returned
to the spot where Atterson had slept,
following a slightly different track to
that by which we had come. Then
taking the hatchet from his belt, he
split a dead log or two for a fire and
hung up the kettle once more. I
guessed from this that he had seen at
least some dayiignt in a matter that
was still obscure and inexplicable to
"I wender if Atterson has confessed
to Hobson yet," I eaid, meaning to
"He" may confess about the robbery,
but he can't tell any one" where the
bank property is, bausc been
robbed in his turn.';
"Robbed!" I exclaimed.
"And the robber T
"'Bout five foot six. liht weight,
very handsome, has black hair. Is, I
think, under twenty-five ears old and
lives In Lendevllle or near it."
"Joe, you've nothing to go on," I
cried. "Are you sure of this? How
can you know?"
"I'll tell you when ,Ive get those
bank bills back."
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NOTICE TO CREDITOitS
Notice is hereby given tto all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, 'legatees, distributees, and all
other (persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of, Prlscilla
Cody; deceased, 'to present the same
duly proven to the undersigned fwith fwith-ii
ii fwith-ii two years, from this date.to-iwlt:
This 23 -d day of October, A. D, 1914.
. '. : TV P. Gadson,
' George Giles,
As Admin Jtrators of the Estate of
Priseilla Co-dy, deceased. 10-28-wed
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
&IAIUON-DUNN 3IASONIO LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Lodge ?ro. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. 01.
J ake Brown Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. t.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock. .;
- ,;'Mrs;v Flora :. Brown," -W. 2,1.
'x. Miss Florrie Cojtiion:'Secy. :
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. C O. F
meets In Yonge's Hall everyTuesday
evening at 8 o'cloclv. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always V extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. 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. ,AdVl
KNIGnTS OF PYTHIA3
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every iMonday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial -welcome to, vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.' Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 'M.. on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7: 30 p. m. C. E. Connor, iH. P.
Jake Broarn, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 230, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings In each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
'David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p: m.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the Iv. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visitin?
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. i. Sage, Clerk. Ao
, Making Per pis CitUn
There are more people in ciUcb tbsn
When yoa want to accomplL:li a cer certain
tain certain result, you gbrhcre there 13 the
To make government better you mur.t
make people better.
To make people better yous must
work where there are tbe greatest
number of them.
Remove the cities, and the country
will, take care of itself. c
In advertising campslgrui one dis district
trict district l-s tried out first. "If it succeeds?
then the whole country la taken. This
save3 much money. It reduces, the
In this country we are trying to re reform
form reform too many cities at once. Let
cs take one at a time.
Begin anywhere. .
If New York is too large, take Fifth
avenue. Let all the efUdency reformers
In th( country concentrate cn Fifth
avenue-. Let's learn on Fifth avenuo.
If we can reform Fifth avenna wo
can reform the world. Thomas L.
Making an Apology.
Never be in too great hurry to apologize.-
And don't apologize unless you are
absolutely certain ttat yoa have cl-Tcn
offense. More fecling3 have been hurt
by unnecessary apologizes than by
careless words or actions.
In any case you .need not copy the
example of people who eay, "I'm eor eor-ry
ry eor-ry 1 was -so absentmlnded when you
were talking to me," pr, "I'm afraid
I didn't seem very pleased to eco you
the last time you called."
A very wise old lady once said: "My
dear, never apologize. The chances
are that the people to whom you speak
wj!! not know they have been offend offended
ed offended till you begin to explain it to them
But once they have grasped it they
will never forget it again.
"So leave well alone and show your
regret by being extra t nico next time
to make up for past shortcomings."
The very last telegraphic dispatch
wired from Germany before hostilities
began in the Franco-Prussian war was
from Count Benedcta, the French am ambassador,
bassador, ambassador, and was sent to the French
foreign office. After stating that war
could not be avoided the dispatch,
wound up with the following extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary statement: "Do not put so much
seasoning In your next consignment of
sausages The astonishment that this
message caused to the recipients at
such a time can well be conceived, but
it afterward turned out that the lm
rainence of war and a perfect flood of
telegrams hnd befogged the. German
telegraphists As a matter of fact,
they had mixed a purely commercial
telegram from a Teutonic pork butcher
named Benedict with the bisto lie mes message
sage message from Count ReuedettL- London
Ready For the Wash.
. Mrs. Commuter, basely deserted by
her maid at the eleventh hour, mobi mobilized
lized mobilized a Swedish reserve In desperation
for the dinner party. All the English
the new domestic understood was the
sign manual, but an hour's drill put
her In some shape for. service. The
dinner went well until dessert The
Swede forgot the finger bowl3, which
should have been upon the plates. Mrs.
Commuter employed the sign manual
under cover of the table Illustrating
the washing and drying of hands. The
Swede nodded, went on and returned.
Mrs. Commuter turned to Cnd tfca
new domestic at her elbow. Eprenely
she held a dlshpan of hot water, a
cake of yellow washing soap and tha
kitchen roller toweL New York Pec t
Y ; Easy. - ;
"Some folks," said the busy woman,
'take life easy, -as easy as tho nei7
hired girl wanted to tako her new
" 'Everything goes by clockwork
here, the mistress said to this girl
by clockwork, mind yoa.' Yen get up
at C, you dins at 12, and ycu co to bed
"WelL if thara alV caid th9 girl,
with a Emlle. I thinli I will bo abla to
To learn to breaths properly InCato
the longs and walk for Ave paces,
keeping the mouth shut and breathing
through the nose, increasing tho vo
pacea to tea and then to fifteen c?
more. Follow this up by taking cst cst-eral
eral cst-eral long breath3 after gettinj cp la
the morning and again bsfcro rctlrlr:.
Drydsn and His Vifs, r
Dryden married; Lady Elizabeth,
Howard, a shrew of marked ability
She complained that ho showed her no
attention and .wished herself a beck
that she might enjoy more of his so society.
ciety. society. "Wish yourself an almanac, my
dear. Then I could changa yea every
year." -, ''
A Necotlable Draft.
"Well." replied the physician when
his patient wife asked him for money,
"1 hope to cash a draft coca and
"Cash a draft? What draft 7"
"The one I saw Mr. Oldtown clttlnj
in this morning."
-Are you working for the npllft?"
"Well. I'd like to But everybody I
try to uplift tells me to mind my own
buKines-s." -eattle Post-1 ntelligencer.
"Why H It that dressmaker so ofteo
get away nlth smuggling?"
"1 suppose It, ts the survival of the
flt-Ost."- Baltimore American,
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noi: the phi c::3
Larse TloriJa Pccr.r.3
vi y uuii u ; ii U 3
Bcot Ilnslish Walnuts,
ncv crop, per pound. 2 Qz
Brazil Cvatc, test iNo. 1,
- pcr pound . t ICo
Fre::h California Raisins,
Two pound for . . I 2 C Z
Larje Bananas, frea ev every
ery every day, per doz. . .2Cs
'Homemade Candv, fresh
every day, per pound IZz
430 N. Magnolia Gt.
CAinilCHAEL,. -.- .BLTiH.
KmIB Jr tiir
on Tiir;::s of a beautiful
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have, a snlcndld Orango
Grove, of 1C acres, on, 20-acro I
"tract," all fenced (but no other im- I
provemcnts. More than 2,000
hoxes of oxansea nov on tree;
almost ready o ship. Big, lino
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of "Property xas it stands I
Greatest bargain-in the County.
Call on or Address
a r'.u 1.1-
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phono 125, OCALA, I LA
Angles and 1 ;
All Chafes. t (
Boiler 'Plato 1
Tank Steel, '
Copper and ,j
Xl .Truss. Rodis':: ':0 ::
'Stay Eolt3 ; '
Iron Wcrl; ;
' Of All lOnd.
All Hard Woe 2 3.
. Launchcj, I
Dories ana .
Built tO : :
? Order. C; ..'';) ;'': r '-' ; ';.
Tanks BIIi ;
Punip3 for all
PurseS:t;''X',': .'. f. ':';! ';;
. Competent Fcreo
For Road 7ci at r.II
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,B A LT I V3 O RE'-;' ; :.
PH I LAD E LPb I CI
New Steamers. .Low rce. Be::
service. Wireless telegraph on all
teaniers. Through fares and tlclicts
to all Northern and Western points.
In torn oh lies carried -'
For reservations., tickets, etc.
H. Cl. AVERY, Agent,
Family Trees Dsflre:?.
Yhile .the family cree of tra ele elephant
phant elephant runs racstiy to trur!:, that ot
the chorus girl does nothing cf tho
OCALA-EVENING STAR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1014.
Masons meet tonight.
Moose meet this evening.
Lovely china for Christmas gifts at
The Murray Company. 3-3t
Holiday fiifts, just lots of them at
Mr. IL M. Hampton -will return
from Atlanta tonight.
You can buy Dennison's X'mas
boxes,, tags and seals at KREGER'S.
Col. F. L. Rutland of Bushnell is in
the city today.
KREGER'S X'MAS NOVELTIES
X'mas boxes, tags, 6eals, all shapes
and sizes. "THE DENNISON KIND"
at KREGER'S. 3-tf
Mr. J. L. Beck, of the former Cot Cottage
tage Cottage Hill community, was a business
We always 'have on hand a fresh
supply 'of the famous Norris candies.
Court Pharmacy. 2-6t
Dr. H. F. Watt returned this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Jacksonville, where he
attended the meetings of the Ameri American
can American Public Health Association.
Have you tried the dining room at
the Ocala House? You'll never know
how gdSt lt is till you do so. 2 3-tf
Mr. C. E. Wheelright of the firm of
AA. F. Ycfung & Co., commission mer merchants
chants merchants of New York City, is in the
city, stopping at the Ocala House.
Mr. R. C. CamD is home fromSSt.
Petersburg, where he greatly i
f i i i a i i
officials by sta(pnients of the great
capacity of the electric plant of the
Florida Power Co', on the Withla
rT-KT'tSTDozier left this afternoon
for Jacksonville where he will attend
the meeting of the' American Public
Health Association. Dr. Dozier will
return tomorrow night.
Capt. John L. Inglis of Jacksonville
is in the city. Capt. Inglis is looking
well again and has completely recov recovered
ered recovered f rem nis illness of several
Mr. Arthur Pugh of Atlanta, the
engineer whom the city council had
in Ocala two years ago to appraise
the water works plant, is in town for
a few days, on business. YV-"
All prescriptions fillei at v the
Court Pt.arcnacy by comjetent drug druggists
gists druggists ar.d -with absolutely fresh-
lMouillht te have
Jul ou tp lurm e
ays to Christmas
J j 1 i jDBC.
J'- 1 I
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I' 4 y
Best o! Gilt? For Boy cr Glrlls
Are th Things Ttist Yoo Boy
ALL RINDS OF NOVELTIES
A Totally Dilf crentl Shop
Next dnr fn
3Iunroe Sc Chambliss Bank
"Comrade" Schneider denies that
he wants to wager anything on the
probability of the kaiser eating
Christmas dinner in London. He was
merely repeating a remark made by
an admirer of the kaiser. "Comrade"
Schneider, like other loyal German German-Americans,
Americans, German-Americans, is anxious to see peace
made on honorable terms, but is no
more anxious to see Germans overrun
England than to see Germany over overrun
run overrun by the English.
Users of Red Cross seals must
bear in mind order No. 5020 of the
postoffice department: Red Cross
seals must be affixed to the reverse
side of domestic mail matter. They
may be placed anywhere on packages
going by express.
The Marion County Democratic
Club held a well attended meeting
in the K. of P. hall last night. Mat Matters
ters Matters of public interest were discussed,
and the members had a pleasant and
profitable session. ; ;
People who pass Troxler's popular
fruit stand are interested by the in ingenious
genious ingenious flytrap he has out in front.
There were over a thousand flies ih it
yesterday. Every housekeeper should
Mrs. F. W. Whitney, the expert
French dry cleaner now has charge
of the Persian, 107 Oklawaha ave
nue. She makes a specialty of ladies'
work, such as dyeing, cleaning and
pressing of fine, fabrics. She invites
the trade of the better class of ladies
and gentlemen. 3-tf
Purity Is paramount Yon get ab
solute PURITY in drugs compound
ed into your -prescriptions her-?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-3 1-tf
t Two pounds of tungsten will furnish
material for filaments for about 50,000
electric bulbs, for each filament is
only one-twelve-hundredth of an inch
in diameter.- The current passing
through the filament heats it to an in incredible
credible incredible degree until it is almost white
hot, producing a mellow, clear light of
It has long been known that the. tem temperature
perature temperature .below, the earth's surface In Increases
creases Increases at the rate of about one degree
per hundred feet, or 50 degrees per
mile. If the rate of increase were con constant,
stant, constant, the temperature at the relative relatively
ly relatively small depth of 100 miles would be
above the meiting point, of all sub substances
stances substances under ordinary surface condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Yep.
When a man brags of nimself pe
jle, seeing that he is able to take carQ
f himself, allow him to do it.
As Somersetshire is devoted chiefly
to dairying, cattle raising and sheep sheep-herding
herding sheep-herding the Somerset horned sheep,
the Devon long wools, and the hardy
Exmoor breed are there found in per perfection,
fection, perfection, as well as herds of nonpedl-
greed shorthorns for the production of
the famous Cheddar cheese. Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture is extensively carried on in Glou Gloucestershire
cestershire Gloucestershire and Wiltshire also, but one
does not there find the variety of Som Somerset.
erset. Somerset. London Mail.
PROVISIONS FOR THE
ARMY IN THE FIELD
Importance of Keeping Body Well
In time of war, the greatest effort
is always made toward, cutting off
the base of supplies. It is the well well-nourished
nourished well-nourished people who fight the
strongest and live the longest and
contribute most to human progress.
Is your stomach doing its dutydoes
it convert food into good blood and
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery has been so successful in the
treatment of indigestion, that thou thousands
sands thousands of former sufferers owe their
good health of today to its wonderful
power, and testimonials prove it.
It arouses the little muscular fibres
into activity and causes the gastric
juices to thoroughly mix with the
food you eat, simply because it sup supplies
plies supplies the stomach with pure, rich
blood. Its weak, impure blood that
cause:? stomach weakness. Get good
blood through the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and you
will have no more indigestion.
It is the world's proved blood puri purifier.
fier. purifier. Its not a secret- remedy for its
ingredients are printed on the wrap-
tt l X A 1 A J 1 1 -f
per. O CaiX u lane it touay anu ucioiu
V. J-r Vincr' VtoCCAJ tllO ?TV Till
ties of the blood will begin to leave
vour bodv through the liver, kidneys,
bowels and skin, and in a few days
will know by your steadier
nerves, firmer step, keener mind,
brighter eyes and clearer skin that
the bad blood is passing out, and new,
rich, pure blood is filling your veins
The same cood blood will cause
pimples, acne, eczema and -all skin
eruptions to dry up and disappear.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery is the helpful remedy that nearly
vrycnr needs. It contains no alco alcohol
hol alcohol or narcotics of any kind. 11
. THE MARKETS
New York, Dec. 3. Turpentine,
47 to 48; rosin unchanged.
New York, Dec. 3.Cotton steady,
one to four points lower. December
7.14; March 7.45; May 7.56. Liver Liverpool
pool Liverpool steady, unchanged) middling
This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by : Mrv F' G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov gov-emment.
emment. gov-emment. :
, Max. Min. R. F.
Dec. 1 72 65
Dec. 2 76 62
Partly cloudy tonight and Friday;
probably local showers, cooler north northwest
west northwest portion.;
Of Animals Impounded
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals which have
been found running at large, within
the corporate limits of the city- of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city, one black and brown cow
and one yearling heifer, same color;
cow is marked split in right, ear,
hole in left; heifer has no mark.
, The owners thereof, or their agents
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals
are not claimed and all expenses" of
taking' and impounding thereof aire
not paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 5th day of De December,
cember, December, 1914, X will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city f pound in Ocala, Florida.
: W. F. Adams,
"Marshal City of Ocala.
Thrifty Chinese Farmers.
While our farmers throw broadcast
handf uls of grain on the harrowed
earth, offering rich pasturage to pillaging.-
birds and rodents, the China Chinaman,
man, Chinaman, after furrowing the earth with
his wooden plowshare, without turn turning
ing turning it, crumbles each lump In his
hands till it is like fine powder. This
done, at planting time he walks slow slowly
ly slowly down each furrow, carrying a grain
drill, which Is a marvel of Ingenious
"I give Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy to my children when they- have
colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne
Shaffer, Vandergrit, Pa. It alwavs
helps them and is superior to any
other cough "medicine I have used. I
advise anyone in need of such a med medicine
icine medicine to give it a trial." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
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All at Once.
' "Pa, teacher told us to write soma
good resolutions on our slates' "Fine.
Let me see yours." "I can't. I dropped
my slate on the way home an broke
'em alE" Cleveland Plain Dealer.
EasJI Worth & New. Hat.
"Oh, by the way, dear," ,said the mer merchant,
chant, merchant, as he was preparing to leave
the. house in the morning, "if I find I
can't be home to dinner I will send a
note by messenger." "Don't trouble,"
said his wife, sweetly; "I have already
found it on the bltting-pad." r:
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6 Mo. ISlchlaan ftvs.t CHICAGO
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Ro!Un 1nhi indent :1iistory Kays,
Tbe jrorerunif ut of Ciirthage was
fonnd.4l upon principle jot the mmst
oiisuritmte''-:''wisdoin.-C' An3 'lion "-the
same page the historian tisaken thin
record in refereue lo the Kanie people
(the fortunes of war had goue against
tbenii: ;"They attributed this tu the
anger of their ; god.. '.atiira..: because
that. Instead of offerliighnp children
nobly born. vbo were, usually sacri sacrificed
ficed sacrificed to him. there had been fraudu fraudulently
lently fraudulently substituted In their stead the
children of slaves and foreigners. ; To
atone for this crime 200; children of
the best families of CarthJj;e i were
gacrlficed to Sa tura;' lieMds !whk-h nip.
wa rd ; of J3 M el tizen s frofei a se use; ; of
guilt of this pretended cilmeVvolunta
rily sacrificetl themselves. Di(drus
adds that there was a brazen statue of
Saturn, the, hands 'of which turned
downward, so that when, a child was
laid on them' it droppetl Jinmedhitely
Into a hollow, where was a fiery fur furnace."
nace." furnace." VVe are Indebted to the Bible
for the difference between that nation
and this of today. ,Christian Oeraldr
An Ice Drydock. :
- An-army engineer once 'gave a'dea
onstratiou on the Lake of the Woods.
ou the Canadian border, of the old say
ing that an engineer is j man whose
business it is to do a ta.sk at half the
cost "others would Incur! A dredge
locked In the ice heeded xepalrs nearly
three feet below the water line. The
surrounding Ice at the time was near
ly two feet thick. ,A trench eighteen
inches deep was cut in jibe Ice ronnd
the dredge. The next liight. the cold
froze an inch or two of ice directly
under this trench, ami cii the day fol following
lowing following another inch of; ice, was dug
out, of the trench. Dayjnfter day an
inch of ice.' more or less.-was chipped
out' of the trench, according, to the in intensity,
tensity, intensity, of cold on the preceding night
In a month the trench; was, nearly
three feet deep, with -a .safe block of
ice beneath it. Repairs'" to' the bull
were then easily made Saturday
Evening Tost. v
; Theory of a Scientist.
I hare published for years that mind
created electrons and : formed them
Into matter. -That mind call creative
mind, for mind alone s iible to create
I do not know what mitid is. "so mu?t
content myself with a theory, totally
opposite to :a belief, of iwhlch I have
none. My theory Is that;onIy one mind
exists and J that all : other apparent
minds are parts or fractions of the one ; :
origin a 1 mind. V 1 aid not V start up t hi ?
theory. It is oie of thej oldest known
to speculation or phlh?sdpby.? I beard
of It In early youth and fhare accepted
it as a theory since, v If j humans could
force electrons into a straight line side
by side in contact, but this is impossi impossible
ble impossible since they repel, then, a row one
Inch long would contain 1 2.700,000,000. 2.700,000,000.-000.
000. 2.700,000,000.-000. My theory Is that only electrons
have created." ali else formed. Edgar
Lucien Larkln in New York American.
Verne and His Vorks.
It was netzel. the French publisher,
who discovered Jules Verne. Hetzel
began with Verne by a t life contract,
guaraateeing an annual sum of $4,000,
which seemed. immense. 'richest to the
unknown writer. C It: was not at all
proportionate to the rapid suecGSj and
sale of his books throughout the known
world. Jules Verne was content with
his bargain' and for many years fur furnished
nished furnished dutifully his two volumes a
year. At his death he left several
more finished or nearly j so, y which ex ex-plams
plams ex-plams the continued appearance after
his death of new works- bearing his
name, netzel took pains to provide
the writer who was' laying golden eggs
for him with a yacht arid all other ap appurtenances
purtenances appurtenances necessary 'or useful to
stimulate his Inventive powers.
Money and Talk.
' I want you to tell me what this pa paper
per paper means when It says in its market
report that money ta cheap," said Mrs.
McFee to her husband, who, like all
husbands, is supposed to be encyclo encyclopedic.,
McFee laid down the sporting sheet.
"It's simply putting in a briefer form
the statement that money talks, ba
replied, "and that talk is cheap."-'
Great African Lake.
Lake Victoria Nyanza., in which' the
river Nils has its source, measures 230
miles from north to south and 220 from
east to west; Its coast line, which is
very irregular, is about 2.000 miles.
Its watsr area is estim ited at 27,000
square miles, and its islands have, an
area of some 1.400 square miles.
When a good looking neighbor wom woman
an woman begins to sit around the porch when
father is home, mother t$lis father that
she Is a cat But If, a homely dame
tomes ;arjnd when father is home
mother says she is "such a deer girl.'
Cincinnati Enquirer. r
r Speech. -
Speak not at all in any wise till you
nave somewhat to speak. Care not
for the reward of your speaking, but
simply and with undivided mind for
the truth -of your speaking. Carlyle.
Co u rag s. I ;
We can't help admiring the courage
of an old maid who makes a suitor pro
pme : twice before aeeepting Mm, al
though she knows he's her last c&aBCe.
CLOSING OUT ODD AND END
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