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"DIGATiDISS THAT RESULTS OF THE PAST TWO
. -DAVE BEEN SOiIl'JlT i!GT THE ALLIES
Paris, Oct. 5. "We have 'been
compelled to --give ground at certain
joints," ?as the official admission at
3 o'clock this afternoon. The state statement
ment statement declared, however that, the
'battle has been indecisive. On the
allies", Jeft 'wing, north of' Olse, the
battle continues very -violent and the
results are undecided. The state statement
ment statement says that the remainder' of the
front there has ieen no; change.
WAXTS TO SEE HOW THE CAT
JDI PS BEFORE OECLrAR-
- ;':'. V -w. ::ixgVvaii .-
Bucharest, Oct. 5. The 'Rouman-i-iii
cabinet today decided to 'await
the outcome of the buttle "(between
the Russians and Anstro-Germans
before faking final action altering
.their .(position of neutrality.
PRAYERS FOR PEACE
Sent Up fi-cin All Over the Nation
-:-:'.:r. iS Sunday
Washington, OcL 5. -Prayers for
Jleaco in Europe arose from all parts
of the United states yesterday.. Cler Clergymen
gymen Clergymen of all denominations read
President Wilson's proclamation, it itself
self itself a fervent iprayer, and congrega congregations
tions congregations gathered to sing peace hj'mns
and take part In peace services.' 1
: The president attended the Cen Central
tral Central Presbyterian church ; 'here and
heard IRev. James iH. Taylor --pray
that United States .might :-be instru instru-mental
mental instru-mental in restoring ;xeace in Europe
"and that Ir. Wilson might fbe given
wisdom and strength in 'his medla-
l-tion j proposals. The churcti was
'packed. S w-,1;
W. P. BROWN
Cotton King of the South is Dead at
His Home in New Orleans
' wCew Orleans, Oct. 5. W. B;
Brown the "cotton king of the
South," died this morning". ;He leaves
an estate "valued at twenty millions.
DR. D. M. BONEX
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory.
tory. laboratory. 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision -wnere others
! iLri J J
WON BY OERMXS BY SUNDAY'S
FIGHTING IN THE ARGONNE
Berlin, Oct. 5. It is officially an
nounced today that the 'battle with
the allies Is proceeding successfully.
The German right wing holds firm
and In the Argonne region the situa situation
tion situation continues favorable. In repuls
ing ,the flankdng movement against
their Tight Aving, the Germans gained
a strategic position of great import importance.
ance. importance. A Jull in the fighting along
the Sfeuse followed our : repulse of
the attacks of the 'French reserves.
Tne situation in the east remains un unchanged.
SMYRNA SHAKEN BY A SEIS3IIC
;"' shock -V,'; J
;Athens, Oct. 3. -An earthquake is
reported, in Smyrna, Asia Minor. ,Xo
details -given. :
LfOSS OF LJFE WvS HEAVY t
Athens, Oct: 5. The earthquake
;was only slightly felt in Smyrna,' but
was destructive In Isbarta and Konia
province, where the loss of life was
heavy. Details are lacking.
IS FOR THE ENTENTE
King of Greece Sends a. Saucy Letter
i f to the Kaiser
. . ('
'Rome, Oct. '5. It is stated here
that tEmperor William of Germany
sent note to King Constantine of
Greece telling him that should
Greece engage in a war against Tur Turkey
key Turkey that the German empire -would
have no part in future guarantees
of liis kingdom. To this Constantine
is reported to have replied that
should any of the Balkan states take
.part of either side to the dispute
Greece would side with the triple en entente.
tente. entente. 1 Have you seen the new autographic
kodak? We now have them in stock.
.Gerlg's a reliable drugstore. 9-29-tf
Lft)y X ta r
OCALA, FLOBIDA, 3J
iiiin iiiiu Tiimi
Athens, Oct. 5 .-The ambassadors
. .. v .....
of the Triple fBntente to Italy and
Spain have presented to the grand
vizier of Turkey a note protesting
emphaticailly against the abrogation
of capitulation recently announced
This action by Italy and Spain is
regarded a3 .notice to the portes -that
these countries are ready to cast
their lots with England, France and
AUSTRIAN'S CLAI3I THEY ARE
DRIVING THE SERVIANS
(Vienna, via Berlin, Oct. 5. The
Servian advance into Bosnia has
been checked and -the enemy driven
from that country. The Anstrians
are pursuing .and Inflicting heavy
losses upon the invaders. Official.,
FRENCH CliAIM VICTORY
IN TWO. BIG FIGHTS
Repulsed Germans on Left and Ttlght.
Spirit of French Troops is Splen Splendid
did Splendid will Prepare for War all Win.
ter. :. '.
Paris, Oct. 4. The Allies repelled
two terrific attacks upon widely sepa separated
rated separated points in their front yesterday,
each with heavy losses to the enemy
in killed and wounded.
t The first ;was in the vicinity of
Roye. 'Repeated and ferocious at attacks
tacks attacks were delivered by the jstrongly
reinforced ight wing of General von,
Kluck in a futile effort to smash his
foes who are trying to bend back his
right flank: All were effectively re repelled.
The second German counter-attack
was delivered in an attempt of the
Sixteenth army corps of the crown
prince's army to escape from the en enmeshing
meshing enmeshing movement being executed by
the 'French army operating to the
north of the forest of Argonne.' The
Sixteenth corps tried to slip by the
forest of Grurie, but the. maneuver
was detected by aerial scouts and a
strong force was thrown forward
from the French line. The Germans
were struck just north of the road
leading from Varennes, seventeen
miles northwest of Verdun on-, the
east of Argonne forest, to Vienne-le-Vllle,
through lLa fHarzee, and were
forced to. precipitate retreat.
Notwithstanding these reversals
suffered by the kaiser's army, the
German line has not Ibeen altered ap appreciably
preciably appreciably and it still holds to the
north where the parallel arms of two
great fighting machines stretch, to toward
ward toward the Belgian .border.
It Is generally admitted that the
ON DAY, OCTOBER 5,
m !!illlB!!S Jl! Illvllltl ;
TIIESULI! '11 CfcW 1
' '."v "nilflfilA FinS" rnn
,-, .r -r : a- nn -i
an orderly one. The wJUidrawal
probably will be to fortified ; lines
which have been discovered in course
of preparation just -within the south southern
ern southern Belgian border."
The morale of the French troops
is remarkable. "The spirit of the
troops Is unimaginable. They, go un under
der under fire In a way that moves one to
tefars," says an official statement,
On the other hand .the effect, par particularly
ticularly particularly of the crack forces of Prus Prussians
sians Prussians In the engagement east .of Ar Argonne
gonne Argonne yesterday, upon the morale of
the Germans, is certain to be dis discouraging,
couraging, discouraging, especially alter tlje long
series of disastrous attempts to re resume
sume resume the offensive.
'Will Settle down to Protracted War
, 'France is beginning to feel the effect-of
what is generally predicted
will be a long war. The strength of
the rival armies is too great to per permit
mit permit of either of them suffering a dis disastrous
astrous disastrous defeat. 'Each week of the
fighting has served only to produce
more seasoned troops, and as tfye war
progresses the men who were reserv reserved
ed reserved -a month ago ; are now fighting In
the first line with vigor, courage and
efficiency fully on a parallel with that
exhibited by the troops; who went in into
to into it trained soldiers. N
The, war is costing France $7,000, $7,000,-000
000 $7,000,-000 per 'day. Nevertheless, the pop populace
ulace populace contiues confident and deter determined
mined determined to, make every sacrifice to in insure
sure insure victory in the mighty struggle.
BULLETS FROM (MEXICO J FIND
TARGETS ON THIS SIDE
OF THE BORDER
t?,n rr A 11 c lirtf' T7i? np-ri f I ti
between. Carranza and Villa forces
just across the iborder 'proceeded all
night, and continued today. Fed Federals
erals Federals twice repulsed, the Villa forces,
wfto this morning re-formed and at
tacking again, drove the federals
back into to wn, from the south and
east Two Americans on this side
of the 'border were struck by bullets
but not seriously injured.
iMIGHTY POOR MARKS3IANSHIP
CS'aco, Oct. 5. The federals finally
repulsed the third attack of the Villa
forces, who withdrew, but continued
their artillery -fire .with a poor dis display
play display of marksmanship. j
A SCHOOL OF STUDY
'We will teach children how to pre prepare
pare prepare their lessons in the afternoon
for each day. TermS reasonable.
Phone 305, or apply to tMrs. C. V.
'Roberts and Irs. R. L. Carter. 2-6t
w wwa w I "; 11411 h
COIlFLICTIilG ACCOUil OF RtHULTS OF THE BT.E.VI
: iii uiGinnv
. Petrograd, 'Oct. S.-The czar is
now -with, his army in Poland, where
the main 'Russian armies are concen concentrated
trated concentrated for the invasion of Germany.
The imperial (headquarters have been
established at iLitovak. As the Prus Prussians
sians Prussians advance the czar will move
The kaiser is now at Thorn; East
Prussia. on the Polish frontier. IBoth
rulers, only 225 miles apart, 'are act
ually commanding .their armies.
Germans Defeated all along
v THE LINE ';
. Paris, Oct. 5. In (Russia, the bat-
tie wiiich lasted six days, resulted in
the German army, operating ibe'tween
the !Eastern 1 Prussian 'frontier and
vXiemen (being defeated all along the
line, and having to Tetreat,' abandon
ing many, guns and supplies. .The
Germans evacuated completely the
territory of Suwalkl and Lomza.
A VERY DIFFEREXT ACCOUNT
Berlin Oct. 5. In' the east the
Germans have defeated the Third Si
berian undr Twenty-second Russian
army corps, forming the left- wing of
the Russian, army, attempting to
cross jthe NIemer river. The defeat
came after two days' battle. Two
thousand "prisoners, many guns and
machine guns -were taken.
. COSSACKS NEAR CRACOW
. Petrograd, Oct. 5. Unofficial re
ports from, the front state that Tar-
now, has been taken from- the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians and that' the Cossacks have
arrived within ten miles of Cracow.
SOLD BONDS TO
Commisioners of. Pinellas County In In-dieted
dieted In-dieted for 3Ialfeasance in OCIce
Clearwater Oct. 4. The grand
jury of the circuit court dropped a
bombshell in Clearwater yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon when it handed down an. In Indictment
dictment Indictment including every member of
the Pinellas county .board of com-
missioners. The charges against the
board as a fcody 13 of malfeasance
and malfeasance in office specifical specifically,
ly, specifically, that the board has expended the
$3 70,000 of good roads bond money
indiscreetly and shown tad manage
ment; that in the first place they ac
cepted a lower fold than one offered
for the foonds and that certain of the
commissioners -who are stockholders
in banks in 'which the bond money
was placed, profited thereby.'
A NO MORE
ijJj&u) NO -:T.FSS
DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT."
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
" f m n m m m m
if if 10
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ALL iTHATvRraiAIXS; TO-
g lvxs ag a i xst tiu i
Berlin, Oct. 5. (Via v;i
Sayville). Three 'Antwerp fort:
their redcibts have ibeen t.,' it I
oflicially- announced today." ..Iriy
gun1? wero captured. ThI" vr'-r-the
attack upon tho inner r 1
defenses of the tov.-n r.nw j- '.
British aid th;: i,:lgia:..'
glans re izAi:: -t. i:.-r
fense of Antwerp, Tlio C:;:.ua
'bardrnent continue:;, :,.it th Its.
1. m '.
nave yet oeen unaisio to icr---
breach.- The Germain aro :
-FEARED CI TV WILL IV.LIi
from Belgium arc pou::.;;t rAo 'xl?A 'xl?A-land.
land. 'xl?A-land. The 3" declare that .nt'crj i
about to fall. Ten ttc;::.ijr3 arrive j
at "Flushing last night j..:in:jd wit:
FATAL ACCIDENT TO
A FLORIDA IIQ'i
Young Tall.ifcrro at T;i:::; ,i D;ln;; ;t
I "'" will V-
Charlottesville, Va., Oct; 5. WK-
liam JM. Taliaferro,, twenty-on-,
second year student a.t the -T7n! verity
of Virginia is dying ia the urlvcr.-.Uy
hospital ,the resuit'of an c.r.tcnioMIe
accident near Charlotte: vlllu J:c:l
night. He Is a son of T. C. Tjliift-r-ro,
the 'well irnown Tampa 'banker.-
ITALIANS MAY HAVE
Albanian Port Lon; Cove it "i ?y
:'"' Jl i'CUj IUiJi A.liA il Ji l
' '.' - --.j-- '-" '". r"" ' '- : -, "..
' J-iondon, Oct. Z. If a report, com coming,
ing, coming, from Rome that Italian iriKr.:
have occupied Avlona, is true, tlnly
has taken cctio'n -which will alrno-t
certainly, involve her. Avlona. ilr::
Gibraltar. of the A'driitlc, hr.f: I'j::
been coveted 'by hoih Italy and Aus Austria.
ft WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffi.ee as second class matter.
One year, In advance .$5.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One monthl in advance..... .50
General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:-
DUNCAN U. 'FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of (Agriculture:
W. A. ftlcRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th. District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
' ALFRED AYER.
For Tax Collector:1
,W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN CM. GRAHAM.
.For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN. s
, -J. T. HUTCHINS.
IN. A. FORT.
S. R. PYLES.
For Members SchoorBoard:
, G. S. -SCOTT. .
1 B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. -GRANTHAM.
The war is costing Europe in mon money
ey money $30,000,000 a day. In life, there
is no computation.
: It Is estimated that
crop. of Florida-oranges
nine million 'boxes.
The railroad trains ; passing thru
Ocala (bear evidence that travel to
the south! -has already commenced.
Philadelphia .blanket factories are
working night and day to make
blankets for British and French sol sol-H.Iiers.
H.Iiers. sol-H.Iiers. fit- : -'
The new comet is visible after
midnight. It you want to stay out
late, tell your wife you were looking
for the comet.
iAt the meeting of Mexican gen generals
erals generals in the -city of (Mexico Saturday
night, Carranza tendered his, resig resignation
nation resignation as first chief of the consti constitutionalists.
tutionalists. constitutionalists. way not start a move to Buy a
Ton of phosphate. Tampa Tri
Such a move would win hearty ap
proval in Marion county.
The Orlando (Reporter-Star has in
stalled a new press and is now
printing a seven-column, eight-page
daily. The Star is glad to see this
evidence Of prosperity in a very en enterprising
terprising enterprising paper.
Guess those .Russian and Austrian; :
linguists might hnd- as much trouble
-svilh Schenectady and Skaneateles as
s?e with 'Przemysl. Tampa Times.
What would they do with Tsala-
popkahatchee and Chessahowltzka?
' Weir, we can console ourselves
srSHi the thought, that we'll still have
Natli in the Senate:- Tampa Tri
And the average Florida voter is
' very well satisfied to have him stay
We can't sell manufactured goods
or products to either side in the
European war without offending the
other. Best thing to do is to sell
to aU who have the coin to pay, and
tell the other fellows to help them
Germany is strong enough eco
nomically and financially to carry
the war to a successful conclusion,
according to Vice Chancellor Clem
ens Delbrueck. In a long interview
driven out in 'Berlin Saturday the
vice chancellor declares the country
dsmnot .be starved out.
T&e National Hay Tever Associa-
arm vAftfthtlv- met at Bethlehem N.
TTAmd decreed that the goldenrod.
CTlIkweed and ragweed which are
the -plants that fill our air
rrTih ; irritating pollen ana so ag-
One year- in advance. ... ... $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.2
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. ... . .80
gravate fever, must he destroyed, so
a resolution has been adopted and
resolutions are to be presented to
the- legislatures throughout the
country asking that a law be passed
which will require the chopping
down early each year of these plants.
Hay fever is a malady from which
many thousand people suffer dis distressingly
tressingly distressingly each year and is still an
inexplicable mystery to the medical
profession which' seems to be as far
as ever from discovering a specific
which will either cure or relieve.
fc W. A. Fraser, soverign command commander
er commander of the iWoodmen of the World i has
bought ten bales of cotton in order
to help southern farmers, and has
asked as many Woodmen as are able
to follow his example by. buying one
bale or more. AHe has also asked
each camp of the order that i is fi financially
nancially financially strong enough to buy at
least one bale. Bee Camp No. 107 of
Beeville, Tex., is the first heard of in
compliance with the request. It
bought two bales. There are 12,000
camps of Woodmen of the World,
and no doubt a large number will
heed the soverign commander's ad advice.
The German cruiser Leipzig, which
left San 'Francisco, after coaling, a
few :weeks ago, has sunk two Brit British
ish British merchantmen off the West coast
of South America. Consequently, all
British vessels on that coast are
tied up in port. It is reported that
the German cruiser Karlsruhe -has
sunk seven tBrltish merchantmen in
the Atlantic. Those German cruis cruisers
ers cruisers are certainly smart and keep
John Bull's merchant navy feeling
mighty uncomfortable. 1 :
Turkey's decision to revoke extra
territorial rights to foreigners ; went
into effect .Oct. 1 After this, Am Americans
ericans Americans who are afraid to 'be tried In
Turkish courts had .better stay out
of that country. The Turkish gov government
ernment government has 'ipromised that American
schools and missionaries shall be
protected, and it must 'be said that
Americans in .Turkey have had very
little to complain of. It has been a
safe and civilized land to our people
compared to Mexico and Central
The United States has no right to
kick over the capture by British
warships of American steamers
which have 'been supplying German
cruisers with coal. During the Span-
ishAmerican -war, our navy captured
a British vessel which had a cargo
of coal intended for Cervera's squad-
ron, and ureat liritain aamittea that
coal was contraband, of war. It is
i more than likely that the far-seeing
British statesmen had in view some
such contingency as the present war,
when the enemy's cruisers, havinj
no ports must be coaled at sea 'by
neutral vessels, or go without fuel.
The Army-Navy football game this
fall, says the Savannah News, may of the space formerly used,, carpen carpen-not
not carpen-not be played because the two insti- ters have 'been at work 'building a
tutions cannot reach' an agreement as
to where to play it; Conferences be-1
tween' Secretaries Garrison and Dan-
lels and the authorities at West
Point and at lAnnanolis have oroved
futile and the two cabinet officers
have said that unless an agreement be oised as the market and an ex ex-is
is ex-is reached soon they will recommend perienced butcher will be employed
that the game be permanently aban-
iFrank Lytle was appointed post-
master at Stanton, Marlon county,
This is a new postoffice. Qlr. Ly tie's
present address is Weirsdale.
1 Washington special tothe Jackson-
The 'Weekly Star has 'been
to QIr. 'Lytle at Stanton for the last
The steamship Kentra, laden 'with
aavai Ktures -saiiea &aiuraav morn-1
ing from Brunswick, Ga., for South
American ports. The steamer also
carried a large quantity of mail for
:viith AtopHm. itiMn'fiintr 0wan
u ? .wuuiujj m i
sacks from (Mexico. The Kentra was!
I a. British steamshio. She isvth thlrri
to come under the American flae.
land the first ship to take a cargo of
naval stores and mail direct from a
southern port to bouta America.
On September 30th there was or organized
ganized organized at Reddick the Reddick Pea Peanut
nut Peanut Butter Manufacturing Company.
The officers of the new company are
as follows: S. -L. Fridy, president;
S; C. Mayo, vice president; L.;Mc L.;Mc-Claren,
Claren, L.;Mc-Claren, secretary-treasurer, and the
board of directors, C. SI. Cam, S. L.
Fridy, P. C. Dupree, James Devofe,
M. M. Shockley, Lowell,' Edwin
Smith and B. S. 'Dansby. The Com Company
pany Company subscribed enough ready: cash
to pay for the machinery, which Is
to be delivered at Reddick, as quick quickly
ly quickly a? possible. A suitable 'building
will be erected for the factorj and
the company will be making peanut
butter and other peanut products by
the first of January :
There is a fine opening In this
county for 4 a number of these fac factories.
tories. factories. They will turn into cash a
crop that can be raised on even our
poorest lands and of which a large
acreage has been planted. .s One is
being operated at Burbank,., on a
small scale, .but very successfully,
and it ;will return a good interest on
the money invested.
The principal of a Massachusetts
school sent all his girl scholars -home
last week because the heating ; ap apparatus
paratus apparatus was out of commission, and
the girls were so scantily dressed he
feared they would take cold. He
said:- '; A .
"If high school girls would dress
as they should and not come to
school half dressed, it would not be
necessary for us to close the ibuild-
ing on account of the cold weather.
As they dress now I think that re requiring
quiring requiring them to remain in school
would be conducive to severe colds."
Some thousands of, years ago,
girls and grown wo in en 'lived in
higher latitudes than Massachusetts
without -wearing anything ;but a necklace-of
bear's teeth and a fore and
aft apron of doeskin in summer," and
a fur awning with deerMde curtains
in winter. They setem to have been
as happy and healthy as the ladies
of today. If the meddlesome men
will pnly let the women alone, at' the
rate they are going they will return
to first principles in a few more
years, and then pater familias will
be able to buy a few clothes for
REMODEL HIS STORE
, One by one the older stores of the
city have (been remodeled, until there
axe .but a few of them remaining as
they were, originally tbuilt. One of
the stores in Mr. Sid.. Whaley's .block,
the Murray Company's home was re recently
cently recently worked over, Now. Mr. T. W.
Troxler who occupies the other, will
have it changed and remodeled to
suit his business, which ; like most
other 'businesses of the city has grown
apace. 'Mr. 'iroxier win take out tne
entire front and lower the floor to
the' sidewalk level, lay a new floor
and in place of the glass -windows
and the usual doors, he will put in
folding doors, so that the entire front
of the store will foe open to the pub-
lie. Ceilings and walls will be work-
ed over and the place beautified
throughout. Messrs. Mclver and Mac-
Kay have the contract to do the work
and will commence on it at once.
CHANGES AT CARX-THOMAS CO.
The popular grocery of Carn-
Thomas Company is making some im-
I p.ortant changes in their interior ar-
rangement. The 'big office depart
ment has been changed around and
the space curtailed and at the rear
modern refrigerator, large enough to
hold several cafcases of dressed beef
and other perisable goods, after pro-
viding ample space overhead for ice-
In front of the big refrigerator a
railing will enclose a space which will
who will have charge of the market
denartment of the grocery. A fuL
stock of Iresh meats, beef, pork and
mutton will ibe carried, as well as
sausage, oysters, etc. Mr. earn saia
that they h'ad so many calls for fresn
meats. etc.r and had to get them for
their customers and he felt that the
line nronerly goes with a. first class,
modern grocery, and as there was not
a 'market up town, "he was going to
try the experiment. The market will
be read v to serve the public in a
few days. . : A
If you are a member of the Sons
of Confederate Veterans, don't fail
N attend the meeting (Friday night
npict at. thp rmirt house. JeiegaLti
; w 9
to the state meeting at L.aKeiana art.
to -be elected, and other important
business attended to.
New C ron "Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. lu-l-tr
OCALA SCHOOLS OPEN
Big Attendance this Morning at the
New High School Building
The big, new high school building
at 8:30 this morning looked like it
had a flower border, with the .bright
dresses and brighter faces of the
young folks, ready to begin their
There 'were a great many parents
present, mostly of the motherly per persuasion,
suasion, persuasion, tho perhaps a score of, the
dads, all looking subdued, were in
the crowd. A
It took much longer than usual to
sort the classes out and assign them
to their different Tooms. The rea reason
son reason for this was 'principally the new
building, which was a strange land
to both teachers and pupils. The
principal and his assistants worked
with -will and skill, however, and
by 10 o'clock everything was pretty
well straightened out. ; v
The (principal and his immediate
assistants met in the study hall with
the scholars of the highest grades
and a number of the patTons about; &
o'clock. After song by the scholars,
Dr. W. (H. 'Dodge read a .Scripture
Jesson, and offered prayer., die was
followed in: a ibrief talk by AiRev
Bunyan Stephens, after, which Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Brinson gave the scholars
an instructive address. Principal
Cassels then made his salutatory to
his assistants and. scholars in a Ijrief
speeca, f ull of good feeling and hope
for a successful te.: ; Ater this,
the scholarsfwere assigned ito their
grades and 'classes'" and dismissed for
the day, to obtain their: books and
make the other usual preparations
In spite of the necessity of taking
in the primary school, which Alls the
basement and two rooms' on the sec second
ond second floor, the school is not crowded.
The grounds around the building are
in crude condition, and there is
much finishing up yet to do inside,
but there is nothing to interfere with
the school work. It is the opinion of
those competent, to judge that the
contractors,' considering the time
they began work, 'have made good
'This is the first year o Mr. Cas
sels as principal, and the (Star hopes
that 'he and the people will like each
other so well that his days will be
long in the' land. He is ah alert and
-. - -- -s -
earnest gentleman, ahd, tho 'be suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds a. mig'hts'' good t man, nob6dy
will, object to his excelling even the
splendid record of his predecessor if
he can do so.
Guarding the Health, of the Cliiidren
The city health oflicer, .Dr. ; Watt,
was at his ofiice in the -basement of
the building, ready to pass on any
pupil whose health seemed belowv av
erage, or look a f tea any wvho might
be taken suddenly sick. (He 'was
specially on the lookout for cases of
any of the minor contagious diseases,
whose presence in a school, up to a
few years ago, was accepted as a
healthy set this morning, and ihad to
send." home only one,- a little fellow
aflllcted 'with granulated eyelids.
The public, in oip-to-date schools,
now looks after these things, wliich
was once left to the parents, with
the result that-afiiicted children are
given a better chance themselves and
prevented from Infecting those who
are in good health.
ODE TO NATAL GRASS
(Tune, "Sing a "Song of Sixpence")
Written Aby IMiss 'Flora B. .Brown,
pf Lake county, and
Sing a song pf Natal grass.
Your pocket full of "LMon,"
Two and twenty dollars
For a single ton.
When 'the seed is gathered
-When the roots are dug,
Selling them's an easy job-
Now put this in your "iMug."
The farmer's in 'his pasture
Cutting down his hay;
His wife Is in the dairy
Making milk and butter pay;
The children are in the barn yard
Feeding all the stock;
'Long came a tourist, saying
'This suits me, so Til stop!"
(Eustis -Lake 'Region. .'
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QIr. Walter Ray, who was in town
from Martel today, is still mournin
rnp. loss or nis sriassp?. Tn inr t
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ne rememoers navmg tnem was
while reading a paper at Knight &
Lang s several days ago. The glasses
are a special pair, in gold rims with
skeleton frames, made to hold behind
the ears. They were in a case mark marked
ed marked "Rosenfield Optical Co. Ho i
Springs, Ark." Ir.' Ray will pay $5
reward" for their return, and anyone
in Ocala who finds them can bring
them to the Star and receive the re regard.
gard. regard. See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Pharr
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you can get at a credit store. We
"have no "dead heat' accounts
that the responsible customer
helps to pay. Call and let us con convince
vince convince you that we can save you
money on your GROCERIES.
Ccala Cash Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort Kins Avenue
. Enter your baby in the Better Eabies Contest, and see if you cannot
capture one of them. These prizes will ne awarded according to the fol following
lowing following plan:
Entries will 'be divided into three classes:
Class A. All babies from 6 months to 1 year
Class B. iAll .babies from 1 year to 2 years.
Class C. All babies from 2 years to 3 years.
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$20 in gohi to the boy scoring highest.
Class C. $20 in goldaa the girl scoring highest.
' $20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
For further information, and application, cards, address:
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THE WORLD'S SERIES
COLLINS OR EVERS, WHICH IS
(Daily Sport Letter, I. -N. S.)
ybu Mlht to jjufiive
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ELLIS : NEW&.DEPO.T
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
BY FRANK G. MEXKE
New York, Oat. o. Second in im importance
portance importance to the battle between teams
in the world series will he the battle
between Johnny Evers, of the Braves,
and Eddie Collins, of 'the Athletics,
in which each "will attempt to con convince
vince convince 'the public that he is the great greatest
est greatest second -baseman in baseball to
For many years the question as to,4
which player was the most valuable
to a team has 'been a moot one. Col Collins
lins Collins has a big edge on Evers in bat bat-ting,
ting, bat-ting, hut the supporters of "Trogan
Johnny" declare Collins' -supremacy
ends there. They claim that Collins,
brainy as he is, must yield "to Evers
In field generalship.
Evers ranks head and shoulders
above any second baseman in the
Lea gue. Collins holds the same po position
sition position in the American league, and "so
the battle between the rival second
basemen in the. world series may en enable
able enable the fans to decide which is en entitled
titled entitled to the honor of being the real
"Keystone King." ,'1
Collins by his wonderful fielding,
his great (batting, quick thinking and
fine 'baserunning, has been the ibiggest
single factor in the success of the
Athletics -during the past five years.
Collins always has ibeen "on the job."
He has answered every call; he never
has failed in a crisis.
And what is true of Collins is
equally true of Evers. Before the
advent of Collins, Vsx4- iBrave second
sacker ranked as the greatest key key-Stone
Stone key-Stone player in the game. He stood
head and shoulders above every
second 'baseman from 1904 to 1910,
with the exception of the great La La-joie.
joie. La-joie. The big 'Frenchman was the
only, man who challenged t his claim,1
yet, ;when comparisons were made,
the majority of the fans gave the hon honors
ors honors to tEvers. '.'.) ':
: JEvers -was never a terrific hitter,
yet he is ranked as one of the time timeliest
liest timeliest hitters in baseball. Seldom has
he failed to deliver a hit when .a hit
was needed. His ability in that di direction
rection direction is alm'ost uncanny. A hun hundred
dred hundred times (back in' the old Cub days,
Evers has gone to the bat and deliver delivered
ed delivered the blow that gave his team the
games. 'Since joining the Braves
Evers has continued his little trick.
Evers Is a 'better fielder than Col Collins,
lins, Collins, although Collins is a wonder at
his position. Evers t fielding average
so far this year is better than Col
lins'. 'His fielding average for his 12
TSae. S3aF Wffl Mti Gave Away.
BUT it AY1LL give eacli and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the 1 .Daily Star, a 5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned belovg, or for a
AVeekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid, j 1
The following firms of Ocala will allow you, the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made; w'hen Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:
Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. .......... t 5 Pfr ceniv
. J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 pfer cent
. Knight &. Lang, .Wagons, Buggies, etc . 1 ..... 5 per cent
- A. E. Bui-nett, Jewelry . . . .'. . . . ; . . .... . . 5 per jcent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings ... . . . . : . . . 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. ... . . . . . . . . .... 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture.... .... ......... .10 per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer . . ........... .10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, 3Iillinery ........ . . . . ... 5 per cent
B. Goldman, Why Pay More?. . .. . . . 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes .... .'. ...........,........ 5 per cent
To illustrate how th plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, iust what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after; receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book Is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. "Vou have
gotten. back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose ;
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they rill give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 -$9in'cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Yoar purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1' at the next store; 95 cents In Cfish and a 5- cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and, harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 couponbook, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep In mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your 'cake and keep it too,"
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH; DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If youf owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If, you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come In and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo'r remittance by registered f
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.
years in fast company is better than
Collins' average for hia nine years.
In base stealing, Collin s has the
edge this year. And he had it for the
othr years. But the edge is not so
larr j as to say that Collins overshadow-
j Evers1 in this direction to any
grt it extent.
Severs is almost the; exact opposite
of Collins in temperament. Evers is
a bundle, of nerves. fHe is so full of
"pep" that It almost runs Tiot cn a
balWeid. Evers is a fighter. tAnd he
nefter iuits. He fights just as hard
for a game when his ieaiii seems
hopelessly beaten as he does when the
game is a nip and tuck affair.
"Collins, in cdhJta?l inclined ta
quietness. Collins iss''a Sphinx by
any means, .hut long association with
Connie Mack, and a study ,of his
methods, has convinced him that (ball
games are won just as easily 'with
out noise. Collins exhibits "oeD
when4 occasion demand strut he keeps
it in hidihg until tthe occasion calls
When it comes to .brains, there
are many who 'believe that Evers has
the advantage of Collinsl The Braves
second baseman has a chain lighting
'brain. He thinks so rapidly and car
ries out the dictates of (his brain with
such dispatch that the 'fans hardly
can follow his movements.
It was Evers '" who won the 1906
championship for the .Cubs through
the nimbleness of 'his ihrain. It was
Evers who saw that ftlerkle had fail
ed to touch second "base in the final
inning of a game in September. Ev Evers
ers Evers got the ball and touched the base,
claiming a force out. The claim was
allowed and the game played over.
The Cubs won -and the victory gave
them the rpennant.
This act. stands out as the greatest
of Evers' career, yet he has perform
ed a thousand quick thinking acts In
the past that saved his team a game.
And so fandom has in store a treat
when the two marvelous second base basemen,
men, basemen, holding the commanding posi positions
tions positions for the rival clubs, meet for the
first time in a world series. The Cubs
and tAthletics met in 1910 "but Evers
towing to illness, was forced out of
the series, and the fans had no chance
to see the two second sackers fighting
it out in the iblue ribbon event of
baseball, for the unquestioned title
Collins' batting average for his
nine years in fast company is .310 and
his fielding average -is .948. Evers-,
over a -twelve year stretch as a maj major
or major leaguer has ibatted .275 and field fielded
ed fielded .951.
WHY NOT PUBLISH IT?
When you want a fact to 'become
generally known, the right way is to
publish fit. JMrs. Joseph Killans,
Peru, Ind., fwas troubled, with 'belch 'belching,
ing, 'belching, sour stomach and frequent head headaches
aches headaches She writes: "1 feel It my
duty to tell others what Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me.
They ibave helped my digestion and
regulated my fbowels. Since using
them I have been entirely well." For
sale by all dealers. adv
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences;
veniences; conveniences; close in; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No.
378. ' 9-25-tf
"""""OPEN Da AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe," A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
TONED UP THE SYSTEM
' "Chamberlain's Tablets have done
mon for one than I ever dared hope
for," vrltes Mrs. Esther Mae Maker,
Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several
bottles of these taiblets a few months
ago. They not only cured ma of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, ibut toned up my whole
system." For sale iby all dealers ad.
Habit may be either a strong heh
p.tst peril, or a fetter, that holds Ita
fictim helpless. Some young people
never consider habit forming at all;
it is not taken Into account In their
lives. They form none but accidental
and unconscious ones. If asked what
their fixed habits are. they will laugh
at the Question. Thev know so little
about It that they think they could
change any habit they have In a day.
Yet in reality they are binding them themselves
selves themselves in chains of Iron and making a
free and happy life impossible tor
ctaselvea later on. Select-
For results put your Advertisement in the Star
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many times wlien one
man questions another's actions and
motives. Glen act differently under
different circumstances. The ques question
tion question is, what -would you do right now
if you had a severe cold? Could
you do better than to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly
recommended by people who have
used it for years and know, its value.
Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., say:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth its weight in gold and j take
pleasure in Tecommenfing Fr
sale by all dealers.' adv
Our candies are always fresh and
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Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
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V TOE OCAIiA EVENING 8TAIU MONDAY, OCTOHER 5, 1914
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any Items for this
Flowers carry sweet messages for
Christ. If you cannot do more than
tills, you can allow flowers to speak
for you in sympathy, kindness an.i
Jove. Our .Father speaks through
nature, and nature's sweetest cliild-
-ren are flowers.
airs. I. V. Stevens and daughter
CM irguerite, will arrive tomorrow
from -Lakeland for an indefinite visit.
Mis3 Annie Atkinson will arrive
tomorrow afternoon from a two
months visit to friends in .Morris-
town; Calbralth Springs and Knox
W 0 m 0 f r J S V r
day In Atlanta with her nephew, (Mr.
liiGrange Sistrunk, coming down
last night from Knoxville.
Sirs. George Ford is expected in
the city tomorrow from her home in
Jacksonville, where she arrived Sun
day from Washington, D. C.
3ir. Carl iSewell left Ihjs morning
for -Macon -where !he will spend his
-vacation wiph old school friends and
LM rs. w uiiam Preece returned this
anernoon irom a week-end visit to
airs. G..K. Williams and daughter,
ZMlss Elizabeth aiizelle, one of the
most efficient teachers in the high
school, returned yesterday from a
Bummer visit to Arkansas. Shefinds
!her health. much improved 'by 'her
If your dealer offers
yon an unknown brand of
roofing, ask him who stands
behind .it and whether the
manufacturer is a responsible
concern. If ho doesn't know,
c? if he refuses to give you
1 the information, you are just-
lined in buying elsewhere.
Dealers who handle
rrv n n
l T"'" ' ',m"mm-"m' a FTTl:.,. 3
' do not hesitate to say who makes
it. In fact, one of their strongest
anruments is to tell their customers
that we are the manufacturers of
Certain-teed Roofing is guaranteed 5
years for l-ply," 10 years for 2-ply, and
15 years for 3-ply and we stand behind -this
guarantee witn the biggest roofing
and building paper mills in the world.
Cure Cars for Corporate
The etartllnff disclosures of cor corporate
porate corporate mismanagement in the last
ten years have brought aout a
general feeiinff that publicity of
corporation affairs Is both neces necessary
sary necessary and desirable for the future
well-being of all corporations. This
publicity may bo affected in many
ways and should give the public as
-well as the stockholders such in information
formation information as "Will eliminate all pos possible
sible possible chance for corruption and
In the past, managers of some
corporations have operated their
business in a more or less arrogant
fashion, persistently refusing to
make their acts known to the pub public
lic public or even to their stockholders. In
most instances If these operations
had been made public at the time,
many of the ills from which they
are now suffering would not !iave
occurred, and millions ")f dollars of
investment would hve been' saved.
The effect of corporate misman mismanagement
agement mismanagement is greatly magnified, how however,
ever, however, when its discovery comes too
late by governmental investigation.
generally speasmg, n xne xacis
were voluntarily made public, or if
they were made known through es established
tablished established methods of publicity, in
the regular course of business, the
mismanagement of the corporation
would never occur or it could be
remedied Immediately and the bad
ffect of it would be comparatively
And so It i3 with many houses of
business In the field of commerce
and manufacture. They are afraid
of publicity afraid to have their
factories examined and to let pur purchasers
chasers purchasers verify statements or facts
concerning the goods. The only
conclusion to be reached in such
case is that the manufacturer has
something to conceal, which. If dis discovered,
covered, discovered, would not bear out his as assertions.
sertions. assertions. v
Publicity In relation to all busi
ness matters Is the best cure to.:
their evils, Just as light and air
kill the germs of disease.
Consult your local dealer. He will be
3 glad to give you detailed information
about our complete line of goods,and will
I quote you reasonable prices. Be sure
goods are made and guaranteed by us.
General Roofing Hfg. Company
WorUC largest a n vfacrurer qj iioopxg
(Hid Building Papers
Healer Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Telephone Ivy 490 S
FLI!i&U AU&sla derclaai JDtrit
department call phone 106)
vacation; and takes up her school
work with renewed energy. After
teaching the sixth grade for several
years, .Miss 'Mizelle is now in charge
of the eighth. She Is making her
home at fMrs. .Moore's.
fMrs;, A. T. Thomas charmingly en
tertained the ladles of the' .Methodist
sewing circie mis afternoon at her
home on Lake Weir avenue. After
several hour3' devotion to the needle
work an elaborate salad course with
pimento sandwiches, wafers and
piveris was served the guests 'by the
hostess assisted by 'Miss DIarion
(Meffert and Qliss 'Rhoda Thomas, the
pretty little daughter of the home.
The afternoon with tMrs. Thomas -was
unusually pleasant and much neces necessary
sary necessary sewing was accomplished by the
"Mrs. G. S. Scott left this afternoon
for a visit of some length to "her son
and daughter-in-law, Dr.- and (Mrs.
Laurie Scott and family in Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala.
. ; :.
;Mrs. ;H. A. Waterman entertained
the Jadies of the Presibyterrian sew sewing
ing sewing circle at 3:30 this afternoon. A
large number were present and much
pleasure was derived from the sev several
eral several hours plying the needle. At the
conclusion of the afternoon's duties
iMrs. Waterman served ice ere&m and
(Miss Dorothy Klock of (East 'Lake,
came up yesterday and will attend the
Ocala High School. She is at pres
ent visiting 3IIss Annie Belle 'Wesson
m m m
blaster Harrold Klockr of East
Lake, after speeding a fer days in
the city, visiting -master iLeorrard Wes
son, returned home yesterday after
arr. J. O. ?Dekle received a telegram
yesterday morning from his wife, wfro
is visiting: at- Whigrham, Ga., stating
that tneir little son, I. O. iDekle Jr.,
was viy flL iM-r. SDekTe left 'at once
fpr ..WMgham," to 'be with the sick
child a ad accompany tirem Lhome
soon as the little fellow is able to?
ttlr. and? (Mrs. P. V. Leangood left
on the SL. A. I JLimited yesterday
afternoon for Jacksonville;, spent the
msrlrt there with tMrs. iLearenirood's
mother, !Mrs; Derane, and sailed this
afternoon onr the Merchants and tMin-
ers steamer for Baltimore. :From
there they wflr so via railV visiting
several of (the places in Pennsylvania
where IMr. lyeavengood lired as a boy.
They will then go to Coshocton, Ohio,
to visit relatives and take in-the an
nual county fair. They will be ab-j
sent about three weeks. This Is thelatyafternoon from a few weeks'"
first cation Mr. Lreavengood has had visit to Dr. and' airs. J. I. !TJavis: at
In several years and
deserving of a rest.
he is certainly
tMr.' .Mat Blocher, formerly of
diana, now tresfdlng at Oklawaha, (has
been in the city, a day or so, visiting
his niece, IMrs. Blocher, and her
daughter, Mrs. H. S. Chambers.
Dr. and (Mrs- W.' K. iLane are having
a' magnificent outing in Clearwater
as the guests of the doctor's mother,
IMrs. W. K. Lane, and niece, (Miss
Nannie Smith, who arc well remem
bered in this city, they having spent
ast winter here. The doctor and his
wife motored throug'h and -practically
had very little trouble and a most en-
Mr. -and (Mrs: E. G. "Rivers return-
ed this afternoon from a week-end
visit to relatives in :Micanopy.
St. (Margaret's Guild ,of the iEpis-
copal cirurcn. ireorganizea uiis,.au-
p-rnooTi at the rectory after a vaca-
ion of several months. There wai a
splendid attendance and much -pleas-
ant interest in the meeting of the
members, at home again from thei
Olrs. X. X. Green and" children ar-
rived Saturday from a summer's out-1 Jay, or w liawooa, came up yester yester-in?
in? yester-in? mnt with Mrs. Green's parents I day to rpay a visit to Sirs. Armour's
Mrs. J. K. JMckson and litUe
daughter Elizabeth, have returnedllng young laay or ucaia, is tne guest
after a summei spent with.--relttes
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tMrs. R. O. Connor and children
came ihome Saturday evening from
Xorth Carolina where thfv snpnt
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If you think the men are funny
lookinsr birds in their npw hewhlsk
ered velour hats this fall, just wait!
until you see them next spring. The
tip is given from iXew York that
there will be straw hats with felt
brims in all sorts of colors. The
straw cfown3 will be dyed to match.
And they .talk, about women's styles.
The style of some people is to do
what they want to do afier hearing
plenty of advice, so we will 2iavetto
wait and see how popular that
seemingly freakish style will be in
this sunny southland.
Mr3. S. B.. "Brooks and family were
in town today, combining business
with pleasure. : :
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cal d well were
in the city today on a combined bus business
iness business and pleasure trip. They are
special friends oft 'Mr4 T. 'Me 'Me-iDonal
iDonal 'Me-iDonal and ? were? his" guests duxing
their stay, returning to their ihome
in Jacksonville on the afternoon Sea
iMr. and Qlrs. E. H. fMote are cele celebrating
brating celebrating their twenty-ninth wedding
anniversary this evening4 at their
pretty home in Xeesburg at an ele
gant dinner party. IMr. and iMrs.
Mote's (many friends in this city will
wish for them many returns of this
happy anniversary date,' and a long
life of continued prosperity.
. 'Mrs. William Knignt returned this
afternoon from a ten days visit to
friends and relatives in Valdosta.
3Iiss IMarion Dewey will be the
hostess of the young girl3 auction
club tomorrow afternoon at 1 her
home on Oklawaha avenue.
iMiss Sallle Spurlin spent Sunday
in the city, the guest of tMrs. "Mabry
Mrs. J. 'B. Borland and daughters,
ailsses lEthef and Louise Borland,
and- airs. 'Harry (Borland and little
son arrived Sunday from their sum summer's
mer's summer's outing spent in Chautauqua,
X. Y., iBeaver, Fa., and Vashington.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church met this after afternoon
noon afternoon fn the churclj at 3:S& for the
annual election of officers.
A card from Mrs. R, E. Daims and
Miss Cecfle Downs gives the jileasing
information of their safe arrival in
iXerw York" City, afters most delight
ful trip nrade by boat. iMrs. Downs
and dauglrter have secured apart
ments at 6 James Pase, Brooklyn,
where they will spend the winter,
CMiss Downs being there especially
for voice culture under one of, the
most noted instructors, They are
clfarmed with; their locati'tm "but sa;d-
y rriiss thir Some friends:
Mrs. Xianier Robertson was f&e
lastess this afternoon of the" regular
weekly meeting' of 'the Baptist sewrngr
circle, mere ma large art en cumce
and a charming- social and profitable?
afternoon spenf by the ladies, after
whfch iMrs. .Robertson served her
guests to ice cream and cakn:
airs. Sue iMcIver returned yester
Irvine. She was ac-
ter little niece, Qliss;
will make "her
home with iMrs. 3fclver and att
from Georgia and will make her
home for the, winter with Mrs-. S. T.
iSistrunk and family. IMiss CSlCKIs--
soclt ;is teaching the seventhr grade
at the Ocala hig& school.
. (Mrs. 'Mamie Howse StovalT and
s'on 'Mr. Wallace iStovall of Tampa,
and IMissi Minnfe Stovall with: :Mr.
Bernard Koonce left this (morning
for CDaytona each, going .by (way of
Oria-ndo and iSanford, ,in two (ma
chines. iMr. Stovaill will Teave the
party the latter part or the week,-
going on to His 'home m ,rampa, the
others returning to Ocala about next
' iMr. and JMrs. R. L. Keating ejt
yesterday for Iaytona Beach, where.
they went especially to foe in attend-
ance upon tnej
arriage of (Mr. Keat-
fMiss JBrace Keating and
Mt. J. E.
Donaldson Graves Wed
airs., W. L. lArmour and little son
parents, Mr. and VMrs.
JLAiiss marguerite uiayion, a cnarm-
this week of (Mrs. Lillie Belle (Bevill
Mrs.; W. L. Atmour and baby b!
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the Outlet, are visiting relatives m
Goleman. Coleman item in Sumter
I The best ice cream in town at the
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See our line of stationery before
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Woven Cotton Suitings
Plaid Cotton Suitings
All are to be worn by, the stylicL diesssra,
we have a complete line of each land.
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While 'Miss .(Marguerite Porter was
touring Colorado this summer,., she
whote a very interesting letter to an
Ocala; friend regarding her trip, and
we take the following extracts from
It. Her observations on that pictur picturesque
esque picturesque portion of our country are out
of the stereotyped order, and the
Star particularly wishes that her 'rec 'recommendation
ommendation 'recommendation to replace the common commonplace
place commonplace -name of Pike's Peak with the
grand and appropriate title of (Mount
JManitou could be carried "out.
Her letter follows: v
I had read much of the West and
'seen many : pictures of the 'majestic
mountains and picturesque towns,
but never until I was on one of the
many interesting mountain trips did
il have any conception of the wond wond-erous
erous wond-erous beauty 'and grandeur of the
West.- As one stands looking at these
great mountains which rise towering
and erect-as if their strength bid de-
; fiance to all, one feels rather than
sees all the wonderful surroundings.
Denver is, to me, an Ideal city. ; I
had not expected (to find such a ibusy
m etropolis and was surprised to see
no traces of the "Wild and Wooly
West," 'hut instead forty-six magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent paTks, a wonderfully attractive
residential section, and a business
section excelled only by much older
and larget cities, for ;Denver is only
5 5 years old. There are no frame
buildings In the city, limits and no
building over twelve stories and this
accounts for the clean well kept ap appearance
pearance appearance of the city. 'Especially
surprising to me, when 1 remarked
upon the -beauty of the flowers and
well kept lawns seen around nearly
every small house, ;was to learn that
everything 'was the result of irri irrigation,
gation, irrigation, every tree in the beautiful
parks having -been planted
The most interesting as well as the
most beautiful trip I took while In,
Colorado was an 85 mile auto : trip
just put on this summer, by the See Seeing
ing Seeing Denver Co., called "A Trip
Through the Mountains." It leads
through the town of Golden where a
large mining school and boy's reform reformatory
atory reformatory are situated, and then straight1
up Mount Look Out. The roads are
almost perfect and go like a snake
winding np the mountain. On this
trip up you get a most magnificent
view across the foot hills and' plains
and gradually climb up to "Wild Cat
Point," "Inspiration Point,." "Sensa "Sensation
tion "Sensation Point" and many others where
one gets a jthrilling view down into
Clear Creek and other great canyons,
oftentimes with gold mining camps
dotted most picturesquely here and
there in them. We crossed through
Genesee Park and came to "Trout
Dale," a unique summer settlement of
log cabins nestled amid the lovely
mountain pines. :H ere we had lunch
and enjoyed an hour on the banks of
a dear little mountain lake.
On our trip down, we passed
through the famous Bear Creek Can Canyon
yon Canyon where so many of the western
pictures are taken, and it. is indeed
wonderfully beautiful though a lit
tle exciting, as on one side is the
rushing creek in its deep gorge, and
rising perpendicularly above you on
the other jside jis the high gray moun moun-italn.
italn. moun-italn. At the foot of the mountain
at 'Morrison, is the "Garden of the
Red Rocks" where can he seen huge
rocks of a peculiar formation ;of red
sand stones. On Sop of 'the highest
stone is an observatory from which
Is taken all the geological surveys
west of the iMissippI, for the govern government.
ment. government. .There can also Tae seen the
location of the president's summer
home on a small .mountain whose
name I have forgotten.
There are the famous "George "Georgetown
town "Georgetown iIxop," 'IMoffat Tunnel" and
other trips out of (Denver which, if I
attempted to describe I am afraid I
could never end this account of my
I next went to Colorado Springs,
only spending one day as there is
nothing in the place typical of Colo Colorado.
rado. Colorado. There is a mountain view,
however, from the broad veranda of
the "Antlers (Hotel," which cannot be
surpassed, and if one had "time and
money" they could find no nicer place
to stay in the summer than this 'hotel,
though all the mountain trips are
made from 'iManitou," five miles dis distant.
tant. distant. On the road to EManitou ( which has
a street car line all "the way) you
pass through Colorado Ciity which is
only a small town, but there can be
seen a little one room wooden build building
ing building which is said to have 'been the
first capltol of Colorado, and you
-wonder at the marvelous growth and
development of the country, especial especially
ly especially If you have just seen the magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent present capital in Denver.
One of -the greatest among health
and pleasure resorts in Colorado is
"iManitou," and to -me this is the
dearest, quaintest little place I ever
saw. Before there was a Colorado,
before there was a nation, and before
Columbus made his momentous voy voyage,
age, voyage, Manitou was known. The name
was the name of the American In Indian
dian Indian for "the Great Spirit" and it
was on account of the healing
springs, the legends testify, that j
they gave it this sacred name, for
they alwayst associated healing with
the idea of Omnipotence. The threes
mineral springs' here, namely, soda,' J
iron and sulphur, are considered the
best In Colorado. '
Of course, the best known of the
many attractions aTOund Ianitou is
the trip to Pike's Peak, which is
14,109 feet above sea level. I made j
the trip up on the cog railroad, thej
building of ..which was certainly a j
wonderful engineering feat. There
are six stations on. the line and the
climb is unceasing. Before you
reach the top all vegetation has
ceased and only rocks, gaunt, jagged
and gray, are seen. From the top
of Pike's Peak it ;is claimed that
there is the most extended range of
vision and a vie w : more Taried and
Inspiring than from anywhere else,
though, there are four peaks higher
in the Rocky mountains. The rea reason
son reason of this Is that Pikers Peak stands
isolated at the extremity of a spur
of 'the Rockies. There may be
nothing In a name, tout to me stand standing
ing standing on the top of this mountain
looking over the marvelous view, I
simply ''couldn't speak words more
foreign to my feelings than 'the
plain name "Pike's Peak." To me
there is -but one name for this.
'IMount iManitou" -fen surely here
can be seen the handiwork of the
Great One. ..
Other interesting ftrips were to the
"Cave of the iWinds," through the
"Garden of the Gods;" "Crystal
Park," to the Seven Falls and Chey Cheyenne
enne Cheyenne Canyon.' iA mile from the top
of 'Seven 'Falls. iwas the grave of
Helen 'Hunt, one of the 'hest loved of
western writers. (Her home can also
(be seen. f
The climate iis delightful and tho
I was there in August, I found a
long plush coat comforta'ble most of
the time, and the bracing air made
me feel that I could almost do the
"aeroplane act" and fly (through that
limitless expanse of blue. Snowball Snowballing
ing Snowballing on Pike's Peak in August gave a
thrill never to be (forgotten. I really
fear this wonderful trip has put a
"travel bee" in my .bonnet and that
for all tdme wanderlust will holdme
good and strong;
WHEN HE WEXT TO SCHOOL
The following verses written by
Kathleen Ivayanaugh will i strike a
responsive note in- several Ocala
homes today: ,t
V " i " .... '.. -
I bought-him such a dainty, suit,'
A pretty silken plaid cravat,
.New sturdy shoes and such a cute
Becoming sailor hat.
A bag to hold his one book wee,
, He was, of course, j st a beginner.
A pencil box with lock and key,
A 'basket for his dinner.
The day at last arrived for school,
With clinging kiss and fond re re-?
? re-? '.V hearse.
Of how h should observe each rule.
I sent 'him off with nurse.
When laid aside his half-made .kite,
His horse and wagon put away;
I thought nvhen !he'd come he -might
IBe anxious quite to 'play
I told the good old cook to make
And have it surely done by three,
IHls favorite jelly-layer cake
He would so -hungry be.
A thousand times I thought of nim,
, (iHe was my only one, you know),
Gly little, laughing, romping, Jim.
Irmissed 'him, missed him so.
J tried to sew, to read, but slow
So slow the hours dragged ny,
iXow.v mother, you won't laugh, I
, : know, '. '
I had a good, long. cry.
i Kathleen Kavanaugn.
PEACE DAY AT THE
EAST BROADWAY CHURCH
The congregation left the East
Broadway church Sunday morning
with a feeling of deep satisfaction.
The peace program was extremely
beautiful, grand and sublime. If the
churches throughout the land had
such programs this nation 'is a dif different'
ferent' different' nation today. The music fur furnished
nished furnished -by the choir took the "audience
toy storm; quiet and (peaceful melod melodies
ies melodies contributed to the success of the
houi. The solo by (Mrs. C. tE. Win Winston,
ston, Winston, ".Lord, Let Us lHave Peace," a
late production of Rodney, was
heard with s deathly stillness. (Mrs.
Winston was at Her best and those
who nave heard ner know what that
is. The addresses 'by tMessrs. War Warner,
ner, Warner, Rooney and Dr. Weaver were
exceedingly appropriate. "The Ac Accounting,"
counting," Accounting," iby Bennet, read by 'Miss
Xeilie sBeckham, -brought tears to
many eyes. Miss 'Ethel Haycraft and
Miss Cevie Koberts furnished the in instrumental
strumental instrumental music for the occasion.
The offertory music by (Miss iHay iHay-craft,
craft, iHay-craft, full of peaceful strains, was
itself worth the hour. The church is
grateful to Dr. Weaver for prepar preparing
ing preparing the program and to all who con contributed
tributed contributed to its success.
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At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A. D. BROOKS
Has jnoved nis General Merchandise
.Stock from Main Street, next door
, to the City Mraket to the new
oi. uuuiguo 4Jiuuay
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be .pleased to see his friends
IRST CLASS FAMILY" GROCERIES
AXD COUNTRY PRODUCE
Gen. Inglis lias Secured a Low Round
Trip Fare for the Old Soldiers
(Lakeland Telegram: General Joha
L. Inglis, commanding the Florida
division of United Confederate Vet Veterans,
erans, Veterans, has "announced that he has se secured
cured secured for the veterans wishing to
attend the Lakeland reunion a fare
from all Florida points of one cent a
mile for the round trip -plus the usu usual
al usual twenty-five cents. This will so
cheapen the cost of coming to the re reunion
union reunion and returning home fhat it 'will
undoubtedly bring many old soldiers
who would hot otherwise come. It Is
very likely that the Lakeland reun reunion
ion reunion will break records in point of at
tendance and iwe. have a welcome as
warm and heartfelt as any they ever
received from any Florida communi community.
ty. community. :
GOOD ROADS WILL
BRING TirE TOURISTS
Olake ready for :winter tourists,
says the (Manufacturers Record,
which Is doing its full -part in turn turning
ing turning the tide toward the South.
In its last issue it attacks the road
problems and rafter saying that a few
abominable disconnecting links in an
otherwise good road kills all the en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm of the motorist for the sec
tion, says: s ;
"In considering the possibilities of
increasing the tourist business to the
South this winter, it should be borne
In mind that, while California will b
an aggressive competitor this year, it
iwill be still more aggressive next
year The Panama exposition will id
itself next year be a great drawing
card, carrying to California thous thousands
ands thousands of people who would otherwise
go to the South. It becomes essen essentially
tially essentially important, therefore, that the
South should make as big an effort as
possible' for the tourist business this
winter. (Next year California will
have a great advantage in this com competition,
petition, competition, (but" this year the South has
the call on the situation, and if it
will -go after it vigorously enough, it
can capture the business.
"Railroads, tourist resorts, hotels 1
and everyone else interested in in increasing
creasing increasing the tourist business to the
South should begin early dnd work
late in this campalnn.
"Every piece of 'road 'work that
can be completed in the tourist sec section
tion section of the South should be finished
as quickly as possible in order to let
it -be widely known that motorists can
make trips in comfort. There are
many fine stretches of good motor
roads In the Carolinas and Georgia
and Florida and in other Southern
states, but most of these roads are
connected by some abominably bad
roads which offset all the "good roads.
These bad stretches ought to be taken
hold of immediately and Improved as
much as possible during the early
fall. .-. : :
"Florida, for instance, contains
long stretches of fine mbtpr roads
seperated, instead-of connected, by a
comparatively few miles of abominab abominably
ly abominably bad roads.- These ibad stretches
could be greatly improved by a small
expenditure while waiting for perma permanent
nent permanent improvements. Similar condi conditions
tions conditions exi3t in Virginia and the Caro Carolinas
linas Carolinas and Georgia, and work such as
suggested for Florida should be done
in all of these states."
; BOOKS REVISED
On account of special elections to
be held In and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th and 2Sth days of Octo October,
ber, October, .1 9 1,4 a special meeting of the
city council was held' on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration .books of
said city, and the following names
stricken: ' ;
' -Ward "So. 1.- A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. 'H. McJMahan (removed)
B.L. Howell (dead.)
Ward No. 2. Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, X. P. Ives, R. C. Muncas Muncas-ter,
ter, Muncas-ter, J. J. 'McCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Raysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr.; and J. H. Workman (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T. C. (Hall, Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.)
Ward No. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. (Hodges, F. R. Higgins,
M. Strauss, J. M. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed.)- Pat Gillen; J.
W. Lyles and J. H. tMcClymond
Ward No. A- T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. '31. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Rierman, C. H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
The city council will hear com com-plalntsrat
plalntsrat com-plalntsrat special meeting to be held
October 16, .1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M. for the purpose" of restoring names
This the 26 th day of September A.
D. 1914. H. C. Sistrunk,
. City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
Anger Is more tiresome than hard
work and doesn't pay as welL-At-$hiscT5
.-v (By )
Mr. Clarence iH. QlacKay, presi president
dent president of the Postal Telegraph-Cable
Company, .who arrived from England
on the Olympic a few days ago has
joined the "Buy-a-ibale" .movement by
purchasing twenty bales of cotton in
": ., ' . ..
The newly elected officers of the
Old Time Telegraphers' and .Histori .Historical
cal .Historical Association are as follows: lr.
Andrew Carnegie, an old time teleg-
rapher and founder of the United
States (Military Corps in the Civil
WTar, -president; Air. Thomas A. Edi
son; air. Chas. P. Bruch; Qlr. (E. J.
Nally; (Mr. -Belvidere Brooks and air.
D. H. Bates, 'vice -presidents; air.
Frank J. 'Scherrer, secretary, and
The eldest son of CVIr. R. tD. Blu Blu-menfeld,
menfeld, Blu-menfeld, editor of the "Express, Lon
don, (England, and an old time Amer
ican telegrapher, is first lieutenant in
the Essex regiment, fourth divison.
which has played ; such a prominent
part in repelling the German invad
ers on the French frontier.
Glr. Cilsi J. Olafsson, manager of
the government-owned telegraph and
telephone system In Iceland; is in
New York for a short visit. In Reyk
javik, the capital, the charge to the
subscriber is forty-eight kroners
about $11.52 a year for local ser-
:''.' m m
iMr. John C. Welliver has been ap appointed
pointed appointed commercial general manag manager
er manager of the Western Union. -'
The International Telegraph Con Conference
ference Conference which" is scheduled to be held
in Paris in 1915, will undoubtedly be
postponed on account of the war. The,
conference is supposed to meet everj'
five years. The last gathering was
at Lisbon, Portugal, in 1910.
The Telephone Pioneers of Amer America
ica America will convene at Richmond, Va.,
October 29th and 30th.
At the recent convention of the
International Commercial Telegraph
ers Union, iS. J. Koningkamp, of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, was re-elected as president..
According to the latest returns,
there are now 11,072 -miles of tele-
gra p h wires, and 29,5,77 miles of
telephone wires in operation in Corea,
an increase for the past twelve
months, taking in both branches, of
The Panama-Pacific International
Telegraphers' Tournament Associa-
tion has been formed for the purpose
of holding ia telegraph tournament at
San Francisco during the Panama-
Pacific Exposition in that city in
1915. .Mr. E. Cox, chief operator of
the Postal Telegraph-Cable Company
at San Francisco is vhairman of the
committee, having the affair in
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on alL Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more' and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
:: Troubles ;-Vaiisb
With Magic Effect, Great Ram Ram-edy
edy Ram-edy Makes Disease
At almost any Irug store you may ob obtain
tain obtain S. S. S., the famous blood purifier,
and you then have the veritable wizard
that makes all blood troubles vanish,. Your
stomach takes kindly to S. S. 8., It rushes
Into your blood, Is a purifying wave, makes
the liver, kidneys, bladder and skin work
In harmony ; stops accumulations that have
caused rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands,
sore throat and skin eruptions.
Just as food makes blood, so does S. S. S.
follow the process of digestion to stimu stimulate
late stimulate natural, secretions to protect us against
the ravages of disease germs. We are well
aware of the fact that these germs are
apt to be latent within us to break forth
in violent eruptions of the skin whenever
the system is in a low state of resistance.
And it is to both prevent these eruptions
or to get rid of them that Nature gave us
such an ally as S. S. S. It is purely
vegetable, contains no mercury, and yet it
overcomes those serious troubles for, which
mercury has been employed for ages. In
every community are peoole who know this
to be- true. They owe to S. S- S. their
recovery. Get a bottla today. Refuse all
substitutes. Read the folder around the
bottle tat tells of the wonderful work
being done by the medlcaK department in
assisting users of S. S. S For a special
book cn blood troubles address The Swift
Specific Co., 51 Swift BIdg.. Atlanta, Ga.
Have you a baby in your home?
If so, read this announcement.
The second Better Babies contest
for Ocala -will be held Nov.- 11th.
12th and 13thr under the auspices of
the Ocala Woman's Club In the new
The Better Babies ; contest is a
popular yet scientific moyement to
insure better babies and a better
race, it consists or entering.- ex-
amining and awarding (prizes to
children from six months to three
years on exactly the same basic prin
ciples that are applied to live stock
shows. Qlere beauty does not count
Physical and mental development
only are considered. The Better
Babies contest insures a better xace
of Americans, because it teaches par
ents how to Improve the physical
condition of children It arouses in
terest in the conservation of child
life and health, and in all forms of
child welfare. It forges a connecting
link between parents and teachers,
between home and the scientific
study of child life, v .
Avail yourself of this splendid op
portunity enter your baby in the
contest this year. For further infor information
mation information and application cards, ad address,
dress, address, airs. R. L, Anderson, Ocala.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one iway to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution
al remedies. ; Deafness is caused by
ah inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of .the (Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you can h ear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it Is entirely closed, deaf
ness is the result, and sunless the' in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
Hearing win De. oestroyea lorever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in-
named condition of the mucous sur surfaces,
faces, surfaces, u -
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh ) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. iSend for cir
culars free. F.- ;j Cheney and Co..
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take 'Hall's Family Pills- for
constipation. ... adv
For Cleaning Tinware.
First wasdi the tin in hot soapsud3
and wipe thorougbly dry. Then scour
witb dry fiourt applied with an old.
OCALA FRJlHL OiEIiS
31ARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
' (Marion-Dunn Loage ?Co. 19, F. &
A.. M.t meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock,-until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock. -Mrs.
Flora Brown, W. CM.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
, , i
Tulula Lqdge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A : warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended' to visiting
brethren. J.;H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. .
KNIGI11JS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.' Wm. Gober, C. C.
. Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE AVORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and. fourth Friday visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
F. J. Burden, u. u.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 na.
Visiting brethern always welcome io
thft lodse and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDL1 LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in longe s nan
on the second Thursday evening or
each month. Geo, L. Taylor. F. M,
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 2SC, B, P. O. K.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofiice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
It. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M,
" "(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, It. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor; H, P.
Jae Brov.n, Cicretary.
relio oui:s 11:3 tlr.cflin,
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of course? you think that you Io;
ths qticUen is vorth cc::;iderLr It
ia th? beinirl cf civilir
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th. nomadic trILc
nd.. trading plai 'iveroc't
Ividnals -to- Crpjito'.-oxcT
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to lighten the load on tl: Ir.v.vlc-t d;sy of V. ..vvl:,
rest for:) nearly v-cveirbpdy; 'ibut :. tliis; ico.iiian. of ...yours.
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1' is,-and as much .as any one eho in
teen years in the business ha:
and I am supplying that wai:lt
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lons' gallons' or more, C",
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IUFIjEMEX ox the range
A RUINED NATION
"inest Marksmen In the Southeast
ivill Compete this Month in
Jacksonville Metropolis: The Flor Flor-da
da Flor-da state rifle range will be a scene
o? considerable activity beginning
Tuesday, October C, and ending Oc
tober 22, at which time the big shoot shooting
ing shooting tournament will be held. This
will be the largest shooting event
that Florida has ever seen and teams
and Individuals from all of the
southeastern states will be present
o participate Already preparations
are. nearly completed at Black' Point,
where the range is located, and all
signal and telegraphic connections
are being installed under the super
vision of army officers who are there
to conduct the work.
Four associations have matches
scheduled during" the sixteen days
and probably two thousand people,
consisting of state teams, men from
colleges, universities and academies,
and clFillang, will shoot during this
ime. Teams and individuals from
the U. S. army, navy ; and marine
corp3 will also participatein the di divisional
visional divisional matches. : ;
A team consisting of fifteen men
will represent each state in the
southeastern section In the divisional
matches and Florida State Rifle As
sociation matchJ (A ; team of five men
will he picked f rom every company in
Florida to compete for the Taliaferro
trophy, which is competed for every
year at the state matches.
Florida is expected to make a
splendid showing this year and win a
number of the matches..
Expert shooting ,-has 'been shown
by the fifteen men :who will repre
sent Florida in the matches with
other teams;- This state's team has
an advantage over the others thy be being
ing being familiar with the range, and the
conditions to be encountered. How-
ever, before the divisional matohes Ware, aftf r suare and 1 found
besin. nreliminarv practice for two ery, nonse compieieiy aesiroyeu ;mui
davs will be hld that othr team all,its;contents. It was not the result
may accustom v themselves to the of bomfeardment.r It was systematic
ransre. uvakww. L
On the first day the Florida State rate 'bomb had .been placed. All that
Rifle Association will have the field. "- iuuua
at which j;ime the -Taliaferro trophy -wans, .aoe a snrea oi, .lurnuure ,or
will be competed for. Other events anyuuug xuiaxuu
of this association will consume two
Anyone 'who reads the following,
and remembers Termonde is only one
of a score of Belgian cities destroy destroyed,
ed, destroyed, will wondeT how the German con conscience
science conscience can possibly excuse itself fc;
the destruction wrought hy the inva invasion
sion invasion of a nation that it was pledged
to defend: "...
(London, Oct. l.--A graphic picture
of the desolation of Belgium t was
brought to indon today by J. H.
Whitehouse, member of Parliament
from Lanarkshire, who. has just re returned
turned returned from a tour; around Antwerp
to assist in relief measures.
Mr. Whitehouse made the trip out
side Antwerp with two military cars,
attended iby ; Belgian officers. Be Be-scribihg
scribihg Be-scribihg s the damage which-he says
the Belgians had to inflict upon them
selves to supplement the defences of
Antwerp he said:
. "Hundreds of thousands of trees
had been cut down so that at some
points of our journey -we had the im
pressing of passing through a wilder wilderness
ness wilderness or root3. The tTee trunks -had
heen removed so as to afford no cov cover
er cover to the enemy. All houses had 'been
blown, ai p or otherwise destroyed.
Later we pased through the country
which 'had been flooded as-a further
measure of defence. The damage
resulting from these precautionary
measures alone amounted to $50, $50,-000,000.
"In the Tillages all ordinary life
was arrested. iWomen and children
were standing or sitting, dumb and
patient 1)y the roadside.
"I had read newspaper acounts of
the destruction of Termonde, and 'had
seen photographs but they had not
conveyed and realization' of 'the hor horror
ror horror of what actually happened. Ter
monde a few weeks ago -was a fbeau-
tiful city of about 16,000 inhabi inhabitants,
tants, inhabitants, a city -which contained 'build 'buildings
ings 'buildings of surpassing Interest.
"I went through street after street,
more days and -will cease on the 8th.
Friday and Saturday, October 9
4 - - ; t
and 10, will he taken up with the
matches of tlie Southern Interstate
Rifle Association! The National
Rifle Association of America .will
schedule its matches from 'Monday,
12th, to'Thursday, 15th, four days.
The biggest matches of the whole
events- will take place, beginning
Friday, 16th, and lasting until the
Of the population I thought not a
soul remained, l was wrong, 'tor as
we turned into a square where saw
the wreck of what 'had ibeen one of
the. .most -beautiful of Gothic churches
a Diina women ana ner oaugnter
groped .among the ruins., They were
the sole living creatures inthe wrhole
"Shops, factories, churches and
houses all were destroyed. One
last day, Thursday, 22nd. The first Qualification only have I to make of
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two days will "be taken up" with pre-
limin'arj', (practice for the visiting
teams and the remaining days will
be necessary to pull off the match.
The last half of the day will see
the fplstol competition ,, of the na
tional divisional matches. This event
closes the long program. The -teams
will return to their respective sta
tions as soon as possible after the
During the entire program Gen General
eral General J. Clifford R. Foster, head of
the 'Florida National Guard, will be
in direct charge of the .field and will
be the governing officer. ; A large
numoer or otner omcers rrom var
ious departments will assist him in
the work. '"
this statement. Two or perhaps three
houses 'bore the German command in
chalk that they were not to be -burned.
"Where a destroyed lieu?: had
obviously contained articles of, valu
looting had taken place..
. "I inquired what had become of
the population. .'It was a question to
which no direct reply could be given.
They had fled, in all directions. Some
had reached Antwerp but a great
number .were wandering about the
country panic stricken and starving.
Many were dead.
"What had happened at Termonde
was similar to what had happened in
other parts of Belgium under the mil military
itary military occupation of Germany. The re result
sult result Is that conditions of unexampled
misery have been set up for the civ
ilian population and throughout the
occupied territory. '
"Many Belgians have reached this
country, tnhers remain wandenng
about Belgium or fleeing -to points
acrpss the -Dutch frontier.
"The whole life of the nation has
heen arrested. Food supplies which
would ordinarily reach the civilian
population are' being taken ty the
German troops. The peasants and
poor are without the necessities .of
life and conditions daily grow worse.
Even where a supply of wheat is
available the peasants are not allow
ed to use their windmills owing' to
the German fear they will send sig signals
nals signals to the Belgian army.
"We are therefore face to- face with
a condition that .has Tarely, if ever,
been faced In the history of the
world- an entire nation fn a state of
f amine and that within half a day's
journey of our own shores.
"The completeness of the destruc destruction,
tion, destruction, in each case was explained to
me later toy a minister who explain explained
ed explained appliances German soldiers car carried
ried carried for destroying property. "Not
only were hand bombs carried1 but
each soldier had a quantity .of small
black discs, a little bigger that a six
"Isaw some of these discs which
had -been taken from 'German soldiers
on the- lattefield. These, were de
scribed as composed of compressed
benzine. When lighted they: burn
.brilliantly for a few minutes and are
sufficient to start whatever fire neces
sary after' the exlosion of a bomb.
' "To the conditions of famine and
homelessness there must be added
one which Is as bad the mental pan
ic many s'urvivors suffer. I under under-strang.how
strang.how under-strang.how inevitable this was when
I saw "and heard what they passed
through Eye-witnesses of., unim unimpeachable
peachable unimpeachable character described the
suffering of women and children at
Liege. After they fled from their
burning houses, clinging to thusbands
and fathers,' they were violently "pull "pulled
ed "pulled away and saw their male relatives
"I' should supplement what I have
said regarding conditions In Belgium
with some reference to Antwerp. The
3 lilt: iuanr-. fr
cro w dzd .1 . ry v, 1: re there i : o
t are -co--rested.
- "Early editions cf tl
'bought eager! w This
evening but by S o'cl:
traordinary cl.ango hzz fjIlL:: c :'.
"Not" a light of any kind In lien
or in. shop "Is to be seen. No 1m";
are lit In the streets and the city
plunged into darkness. Not a srr.il
remains in the streets. To the dark darkness
ness darkness there is' added profound siler.
It Is as though this amazing city i
denly had been blotted out."
IT ALWAYS DOES
"I like Chair.X-in's Cou
edy better than any .other,"
R; E. 'Roberts, Homer City,
have taken it off and on for
and It .ha a never failed to give
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i i J.wjts JL X JL';; .WA'fc
-The pretty corner
mediately west of
Ocala, church f cr
for cash. R. !R. Carro
In Grct:!: legend:. Ictus r t
a fcc:.!3 who ato tLb fruit : :: 1
tho juica of tho lotu.2, r. prlcMy
rencczing the pcv;cr to c-ir
cr.d kindred and to ink Into a cturcr
in which they were but half r.valr
jtnd half askep. The tcrm 1-3 ns-.
Ctimc3 applied to rercens tUd fcr-
CCt tho claims of" relatives
try, or to those who lead
end listless life.
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Don't Y.'r.it for thts' I,tal :
Ilidncy Illness Profit by
1 v People's Experience.:;
dizzy t: pall s aro
of kidnoy disorders.
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turn with greater mtc:;' 10".
delay a minute. Bo;:in taliiir; 1
Ilidney Pills, and keep up tli.ir
until tho desired-results aro c..t
ed. Good 'vorl: in Oc;,!a provt',
effectivcnc:3 t of this rrcat
avenue, Ocala, cays: "I kr.ov.- Dr,::'
Kidney Pills arc a go.l remedy for
kidney -and 'bladder trouble. I havo
used them on different cc:acI6ns
these nllm-jnt3 and have l:td Immt
diate relic!. I am-gUd to h'ivc V.
opportunity of endo?-!n sue".:
good remedy r.- D... H;.!:...
Price 50c. at all dctlcri; Don
simply ask for a kidney romcly
get Doans Kidney Pill:
that Mrs. Smith had. To
Co., Props., BufTalo, Z'.
Star Want Ads. Bnn
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. 3Ieals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and iMedicinbs at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed 'Store 10-1-tf
" Whereas, an ordinance : has been
passed by the city of Ocala callinsr for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL
LARS be issued for the purpose of
erecting and equipping an ELECTRIC
LIGHT STATION in -connection with
tne city WATER WORKS, and extend
ing such lines and wires as there may
be necessary to furnish the citizens of
Ocala with light and power, said bonds
io De m tne denomination of One
Thousand Dollars each, and bearing in interest
terest interest at the rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable in not less than ten
noifmore than thirty years from date
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election 'held on the
-Sth day of October. A. 13. 1014
in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue tonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOE DOE-EARS
EARS DOE-EARS for the purpose of erecting and
equipping an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA STATION
TION STATION in connection with the city
WATER WORKS, and extending such
lines and wires as there may be nec necessary
essary necessary to furnish the citizens of Ocala
with light and power. Said bonds to
be in the denomination of One Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, bearing interest at
the rate of five per cent., and payable
in not less than ten years nor more
than thirt3 years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint B. A. Weathers,
L. F. Ballard and J. IL Livingston as
inspectors and Isaac Stevens as clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
p. nx. : ..."
In witness -whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala. this the 25th day of Septem September
ber September 4- I 1914 -.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C HISTRUNK, City Clerk.
.-Points Reached by the i'PostaTelera,!2Il,, I.
Towns Printed in Capitals are Reached Exclusively hy
CAYO COSTA -Cecil
Clyatt' V ;
Fairfield, Duval County
Fleirellen Lockhart ; P:ifcr
Fort Barrancas Longvood Plar.t Citr
Fort Dado Loretto c Port Tau:;ja
Fort DeSoto Lovett PRAIRIE Pi:r,i:LT
FORT GREEX Lottievilld P.rJei-h
FORT GREEN SPRINGS Lukens Ilr.fciirX
FortaicReo, Maitland lUxhio
-Fort Pickens Mandarin ; River Vlcvr
Fort Reed. Mango- Rodznau
Francis iMarietta ; RocIicII? r
Franklintom : : Markliam Run:iyn:eo
FROST PROOF 3Ianvillo Rye
Gabriella ,3Ieredith St, Ai:-uith:e
Galloway s Melrose t. Cloud
Gary" 3Iont brook-'. St.. Marys
Gainesville Morriton Sanford
GASPARILLA MtTRDOCK f-atiu:::a
Glen Maxville f3.it s:r.:i
Goldsboro ' McCALL .Scenrit;
Gotha McCosukeo t Seyiij:o!o
Green Springs Medula Shady Gxov?
Greenland, 31iakka i'h-iuv::
Grove Park Monroe fV:cr:::;i
Griian Moorcs Station y.;n:ih i: r.r:i
Halls Still f Morrisons Still f;OUT;i V,':ZX GZl"
, Ham pton Springs 3 loul trie ' Vu i h J," f. : ; .;. Ill ;
Hansomiovn MULBERRY r
Hanson Mo unt Verde .-f :iTrr -t Try.":..'
Harney ; Narcoosseo 5;Vi:;:iiiIl" i: 2
Hogan New Angustino TI-;lu T,aI;o
Hunts Camp Newberry Hnvrivr
Hawthorne Nichols T.;:;ra
Holiister NOGATEE Tar.- rin-
HULL Oakland, Duval Co. Tho:.',:o -a
,Hurds Oakland, Orange Co. TilC ;;iv::i?
Interlachen Ocala Tir";a
Italia Ocoee Trenton
Jacksonville Odessa Tyler '
JOSHUA CREEK Oneills Still U. S. Navy Yard
Johnson ONA STATION USEPPA IN:;
Juliette Orange Mills USECPPA ISLAND
Keulca Orlando Valrico
Keystone Park Osprey Waco
Key West V Ostein Warrington
KINSEY . "" OWENS elaI?1
. n i Wacahoota.-
Ivissimmee Palatka West Ap'j;:ka
Knights Station j Palmetto Beach V"c.t Tainpa
Iake Alcyone Paola Wiiliton
Lake Howell PEBBLEDALE Wind or
Lakeland PenLil Whitiicr
Lake'3Iary Pensacola Vi?:iIcrir.oi,e
Lake Onoro PINE ISLAND Winter Garden
LILLY V PIERCE V,;:,I cy
LIMESTONE PINE LEVEL Ybor City
Liverpool .' PLATTE Youn:a:is
POSTAL TELEGRAPH "Fastest Service in the World."
THE OCAJLA EVENING STAR, MONDAT, OCTOni:il 5, 1914
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
K. of P. mwt this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meets tomorrow
Mooose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Try KREGER'S ice cream. 9-24-tf
A11 kinds of 'bulbs now on sale at
Ocala ; Seed Store. ;iO-l-tf
.The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'S.
ER'S. KREG-ER'S. 10-5
Go to KREGER'S for the best ICE
CREACVI in Ocala. 9-24-tf
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAB CABBIES
BIES CABBIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at' KREGER'S.
cents .per pound. y
Mr. Landis Blitch left Friday for
Tulane, fMissS, where he will enter
the Tulane '.Uelllca I College for.
"Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the -water aUKREGER'S. tf
iAU K. of P's. should be at the
meeting ?thi3 evening. There will be
a smoker, talks for the good of the
order and a general good time.
Onion sets at
It is reported that high school
toys will organize a 'ootball team.
BENNISON'S lunch sets and other
papermovelties at KREGER'. 924-tf
Major. Priest of Burbank was a
visitor in the city, today.
need stationery, go to
Mr. A. C. Hamrick is at home
from "an extensive business trip thru
the middle section of the state.
Fresh pansy and sweet ipea seed at
Bitting & Knight's drug store. 92 8-tf
'Wr. John Taylor' and Mr. Robert
(Anderson spent yesterday reveling
in the. sports of the famous Salt
iMr. W. C, Blanchard came home
(Saturday from Lake Weir, where he
h as foe en busy for the last two weeks
remodeling a house. :
AV. L. Godwin of Fairfield passed
through the city Saturday en route
to 'High Springs to join .his wife, who
has been there the -past week or ten
days on a 1 visit to relatives. They
expect to return home tomorrow. Mr.
Godwin reports a surplus of rain, in
the I nine section, -near Fairfield.-
L the- time
0r THE :
J 7 O'CLOCK tS
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken dally iby Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe' official observer for the gov government.
Oct. 1. ....... .81
Oct. 2. 82
Oct. 3. . 82
Oct. 4. .. 83
Forecast for this Evening and
Unsettled tonight and Tuesday,
probably showers except fair north northwest
west northwest portion.
Yesterday was "Rally Day" thru thru-out
out thru-out the South in Sunday school ex extension
tension extension work of the Presbyterian
church. The day was most oefltting-
ly celebrated in this city by ta splen splendid
did splendid program and good attendance. At
the morning service regular quarterly
communion nvas observed with the
largest attendance dn the history of
the church. The peace day observa observations
tions observations were most impressive and the
splendid sermon .by the beloved pas pastor,
tor, pastor, Dr. W. ;H. 'Badge, was listened to
by a large audience.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat, Office Law
Library 'Building, Ocala. -Adv.
Mr. C. C. Click, the district -manager
for the (International Harvester
Company, :w ho took Mr. R O. Con Connor's
nor's Connor's place several months ago, has
commenced 'housekeeping in 1 Mr,
Jake Brown's cottage in the first
ward, n ear :Mt. 'Brown's "home.
The best ice "cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 1 10-2-6t
Mr. Phil Robinson (returned this
afternoon from a short business -visit
Mr. Peter IMcIn tosh has severed J
;his4 connection with the insurance
agency of G. S. Scott & Son and is
now; with Mr. Ed ,'. Tucker's Ford
agency, having -purchased a one-third
interest in the business.
IMessrsi IB. E. Thomas and 'Edward
Hafer of Jacksonville, field men for
the -Atlas Insurance Company of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga.y were guests of the Ocala
Prof. J. C. Yost left yesterday fo
a -week-'s visit to Crystal River af ter
a stay of some length in this city at
the -home of Br. and Mrs. Jl M.
"Casey" Jones is in the city aftef
an absence of some time in -different
sections of the state. :
Mr. T. W. Parsons,. superintendent
for this division of the Seaboard,
met with the aboard of governors of
the 'Board of Tirade Friday night. He
said the Seaboard was willing to
help in -building the union passenger
station. J :,;.' v
, Col. Nic Barco was in -the; city, Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, on his way home to Gaines Gaines-ville
ville Gaines-ville from Crystal River. (He was
taking along a big' cargo of oysters
from Crystal 'gr,,'..;-.'; :
' iMr. W. Crosby of Citra was in
town Saturday and bragging on the
fine school attendance in h.is towp.
xuey win nayra nne scnooi Dutiaing
An unfortunate affair took "place
in sorth Ocala Saturday nlgbt. Allen
Hillman and L. F. Teuton had a dif
ficulty at Teuton's store and Hillman
was badly cut. It seems that the
two men, who (have always (been
friends,twere joshing each other, and
then had a tussle; this irritated both,
iHillman struck Teuton, and Teuton
came back with a knife. Hillman
sustained several severe wounds.
Physicians sewed him up and sent
him Jhome. It was the opinion of
the doctors he would recover, and as
there was no evidence of malice in
the affair Sheriff Galloway let Teu Teuton
ton Teuton go on a ?200 bond. It was re reported
ported reported this afternoon that Hillman
Arrangements are being completed
for giving results of the World's
Series at the Temple during the
Mr. J. R. Moorhead, after a visit to
his family here, returned yesterday
to Gainesville, where he is superin superintending
tending superintending the building of a racetrack
for the Alachua County Fair.
Miss JMinnle Gamsby will give a
limited number of pupils lessons in
singing. Special attention to correct
voice production. Garcia's method.
Apply 814 Fort King ave. 9-30-6t
THIS IS THE IAST
WEEK FOR REGISTRATION
Supervisor Barco requests the Star
to inform the voters that this. is the
last week in which they can register
Kor the coming election'. The books
will be open at his office' until noon
Saturday .the 10th. If you have not
registered by that time, you cannot
vote this year.
FOR THE OPENING
lMx. H. C. Jones has a force of
workmen 'busy on the Colonial Hotel,
getting it ready to open as a rooming
house. The entire Interior of the
house had to be -worked over ,and
changed, painted and papered, and it
will be strictly first-class in finish
and furnishings when the work Is
done.' Mr. and Mrs. Jones will have
charge of the rooms themselves, and
(Mrs. R. E; CBrigance, who 'has the
Wisteria next door, will have chaTge
of the large dining room.
The semi-annual banquet of the
business men's class of the Methodist
Sunday School will be held some
time during the coming week; A com
mittee in charge of the affair met at
the office 'of Mr. L. W. Duval this
forenoon to make final arrangements.
The class added two new members
yesterday and it is the aim of the
leaders to have 'a hundred by January
All members of the 'Odd Fellows
bear In mind that there will jbe de degree
gree degree work tomorrow night and they
will be needed.
IMr. "Sara 1Igou returned this morn morning
ing morning from a : week-end spent as the
guest of his sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. fMcCormick and
family at Lee&burg.
IMr. C. C. Bailey of Tampa is In
the city on business. Mr. Bailey was
a resident of Ocala prior to going to
It is reported here that Max Lind Lindner
ner Lindner has been killed in the battle of
the Aisne. You don't know who Max
Lindner was, do you. Weil, -he was the
handsome moving picture i actor
4Max," at whose funny stunts depict depicted
ed depicted on the screen we liave all laughel
a, 'hundred times. A good-looking,
goodnatured "young man, whom we
all liked. But he could do something
else besides act he went 'to-, fight
"pour Patrie," and with thousands
of others of his gallant countrymen
he died for "La OBelle (Francej';
JJI-ieutenan t Campbell left on this"
rTirvi n-fntri'tr'a act ylv'j$r't In ifnr1 ,fh o wont
rifle match at jBlack Point. At the
same time, Sergeant George Woods
left for the same place on his motor-
cycle, and the! balance of the squad
left onf -the afternoon train.; r They
are a fine lot of young soldiers and
fha 3f?n tnnwe Ft Vi o v wilt mmhrilrl fho
. i I V IhJ W U4 . .V ... V-T II W I A-l J I .... J M W- V V
. "honor of their cbun tyl and company.
cial agent of the Atlas Assurance Co.,
of London, was In the city Saturday
hlght,Uhe guest of his cousin, 'Mr. J.
M. Thomas of the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss Bank! ': r? : :'v
Mr. Sonny Geise has accepted a po position
sition position at the Court Pharmacy and is
especially engaged at the soda foun fountain.
tain. fountain. UNCLASSIFIED ADS
j.ost; Found, Wanted,' For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Heeds
FOR -RENT A ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences.' Apply at
1 Star office. ; 10-3-tf
FOUiND -Automobile tail light; last
Friday on 'North Magnolia street.
Owner can have same by calling
phone 206 and paying for this ad advertisement.
vertisement. advertisement. :;9-2'9-tf '; "-
FOR SALE A gas stove and a gas
instantaneous heater; both in good
repair. Call on S. II. Christian at
FOR SALE -Sawed edar pots, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-t
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
LOST- An onyx and gold bracelet,
set with pearls. Suitable reward
for its return to Star office. 9-21-tf
WANTED A good
must be cheap for cash
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, -Fla. 10-5-121
uuiexsi: gi:iimax aicjies
Fifty-Four Corps Face the Enemy on
Et ami Tl'est Fronts
.London, Oct 5. In Swiss military
circles, according to a Central News
dispatch from Berne, it -is estimated
that Germany now has actually, un un-derarms
derarms un-derarms twenty-seven army corps of
her regular troops and an equal
number of reserv es. Of these twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four army corps are in France, six in
Belgium and Alsace, thirteen In 'East
Prussia and eleven between Berne
.There are in addition, the dispatch
adds, what Is assume'd to be 1,150,0, 1,150,0,-000
000 1,150,0,-000 men of the landstrum and vol-,
unteers serving in the Interior, while
600,000 fresh recruits are reported
to ibe in training sufficiently advanc advanced
ed advanced for them to be ready for service in
.Counting an army corps at its full
strength of 40,000 men, ..Germany
would have 2,160,000 men on the
field, and 2r100,000 in reserve., Al Al-lowing
lowing Al-lowing for losses up to date; the
force is not far from 4,000j000 effec effective,
tive, effective, men. :
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get a BramJ New Tafor
Your Car '
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. 'All' who drive
their cars after that date without
first-securing, this license are doins
so in open violation of the laws o!
Florida. All fiends derived from au
tomobile licenses for private -use go
into the road fund.
3-30t W. lu Colbert, Tax Collector.
..'. : i i -
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state4 and ' county; licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business-after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. .The tax col collector
lector collector will: issue the license; and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
on request. 'Respectfully,.
. W. E. Smith, County Judge. :
: W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector- 3-30t
- Whereas, an ordinance has Teen
NOTICE OP ELECTION TO ISSUE
passed by the city of. Ocala calling' for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the -city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLiARS be Issued; ONE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
ifconds to be used for the construction
of sewers within the corporate limits
of the city of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of : said bonds
to be used for the purpose of paving
arid Improving the streets of ,aid city;
FFT Y THOUSAND DOLLARS ot said
bohds to te used for the purpose of
eolstucting,'f, public buildings an
parks for the ald city within the cor
porate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE 'THOUSAND DOLLARS'
f said t bonds to be used for the pur
pose of equipping, -extendirfg and im
proving the water works plant ana
system of said city and erecting' and
constructing In .-connection therewith
an Ice plant for the manufacture of ar ar-ti,fictal
ti,fictal ar-ti,fictal ice for the said city of Ocala.
said bonds to be -in the denomination of
one thousand dollars each, and bearing
interest at the rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable In not less than ten!nor
more than thirty years from date, of
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in .the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election-held on the
27th day of .October, A. D. 1U14
in the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to .the amount f of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS; ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to
be used for the construction of sewers
within the corporate limits of the city
of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS of said bonds to be used for
the purpose of paving and improving
the streets of said city: FIFTY THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to be
used for the purpose of constructing
public buildings and. parka within the
corpora t e 1 i mi t s of th e sai d city : and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS of
said bonds to be used for the purpose
of equipping, extending and improving
the water works plant and system of
said city and erecting and constructing
in connection therewith an ice plant
for the manufacture of artificial -ice
for the city of Ocala. Said bonds to be
In the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at .the
rate of five per cent, and payable In not
less -than ten nor more than thirty
years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint J. M. Thomas, T.
jH. Johnson and F. B. Beckham -as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. H. Taylor a3 clerk.
Said election shall be held at the clty
hall of tbe city of Ocala between the
hours of S o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
p. m. ...
In witness whereof I have hereunto
afflxed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala, this the 25th day 6f Septem September,
ber, September, A. D. 1914.
(Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNIC, City Clerk.
9-26-dly sat O
Valus cf Generalship. s
A friend whom you have been fals falsing
ing falsing during your whole life, you ought
not to be displeased with in a moment.
A stone is many years becoming a
ruby; take care that you do net de destroy
stroy destroy it in an instant against another,
Million Demijohns a Yesr.
About a million demijohns are xn&ds
annually in the. United States, but the
largest sizes are imported. The work
in the United States is largely done
by .girls '-;
Teat for Seeds.
Seeds not sufficiently ripe "will float
In water, but when arrived at full miK
turity they will sink to the bottom, and
this is pr of that they are good to
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Snips scheduled to c::il from -T.
Tuesday, Thurcday and Saturday rt ,
For reservations and farther p;.; "c
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J.323.;:TSTSt 'Bay'. Street
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t is a necessity. To supply that
I cessity is ? ZT::cfr:ccc, '"
Rule for Conversation i
"A little jnore silence, please, thun
dered the e. ge of Chelsea. Probably
most of us talk too much In generaLand
too little about the things best wortli
SDeaking of. Less gossip and more
godliness; lfiss! fault-finding and more J
encouraging; less timidity and more
real though "born speech Is not this a
good resolution for our conversations 7
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fc' '- k..,':illilNiliJL', Y.J 4;hM StiiSA
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Clean, Fresh, Vfell, Laundered L
" Couldri". Ccst That.
; An enterpriIr.T ycung fieri:
Czr to increase I : trr.de,
th!3 sign la his v.-i:-Sov.:
t 1 cr eoww
,:ant." His cor:;:titor :.-:r
ctrtet prccirtly i '.-sht :
competition l7 pi- in -: :
tho foIlovI anLiunccm:.-::
Clvo the eirth t.-:"; or cry -"