OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1914
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0E3 OEIHG HEAVILY
ARE lUEIllilG FREIIC1I i!!ID
Paris, Oct. 6. A vigorous offens offensive
ive offensive movement on the German right
under Von Kluck has compelled the
allies to send reinforcements. A
British army lias been sent to rein reinforce
force reinforce the 'French line from 'Roye to
(Douai. The fighting along the 'mighty
battle front is taking on new inten intensity
sity intensity with both sides striving to: hold
the offensive. V
a various points, notably on the
northwestern end, where French
counter attacks have been repulsed
by the Germans, the (French have
been compelled to retire about five
. miles. 1 : ' ':
increased in intensity
Paris, Oct. 6, -According to the
official statement at 3 o'clock this
afternoon, the battle on", the Tight
flank of thei German army, where the
allies are pounding away with 'un 'unceasing
ceasing 'unceasing attacks, Is steadily becoming
greater extending toward the north
and northwest! '--'.' "
Large masses of German cavalry
.are reported in the environs of! Lille,
ten miles from the -Belgian border.
This indicates that the Germans are
engaged in a counter flanking move movement
ment movement by which they hope to turn
back the allied attack. L
AUSTR1ANS CLAIM TO HAVE
DRIVEN BACK RUSSIAN
Vienna, -via -Berlin, Oct. 6 -The
Russians wer completely defeated
,by the Austrians at Uzsck Pass, Gal Gal-icia,
icia, Gal-icia, on the Hungarian border, ac according
cording according to an official statement.
FRANCE WILL HAVE
Grain Crop is the Heaviest in Many
Paris, Oct. 6 France's grain crop,
according to .the agricultural depart department,
ment, department, has exceeded expectations. It
is estimated at from 0,000,000, to
, S2,000,000 quintals.
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GERMANS WILL DESTROY CITY
RATHER THAN YIELD IT
' TO JAPS
Tokio, Oct. "6. Operation's at
Tsing Tao have entered upon the
final stage, announced the admiralty
today. Japanese and British troops
and artillery are now attacking the
German stronghold. The surrender
of the Germans was demanded, but
the governor answered that he will
defend his position until the last man
WILL BLOW UP THE WORKS
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o Pekin, Oct 6. There is a persist persistent
ent persistent rumor that the Germans are pre prepared
pared prepared to 'blow up the great fortress
aTsing Tao rather than allow it to
fall into the hands of the Japanese.
BELIEVE THAT THE AISNE WILL
BE A DRAAVN BATTLE
London, Oct. 6.- Military experts
today (believe 'that the 'battle, of the
Aisne will be a draw, but predict
that the steady pressure 'of the allies
will force the Germans back until
they reach the 'Rhine, where the de decisive
cisive decisive battle of the -war will be
ALL IS WELL, SAYS BERLIN,
WITH THE GERMAN
Berlin, via Amsterdam, Oct. 6.
(Official statement) -The German
armies in France are making steady
advance on both wings of ithe. (battle
line. They are continually forcing
the allies back and extending their
lines and entrenchments.
The inner works of Antwerp are
being bombarded and the lines of in7
'vestment are .being drawn closer
about the city. .
IHCREASE THE NIMDIUTY OF il
- 1 OF 10 Q AUSTRIA
Rome, Oct.. 6. 'Leading "Italian
newspapers declared today that the
prospective change in the cabinet
make it certain Italy will declare war
against Austria. Their editorials de demand
mand demand that Italy renounce the triple
GREAT PRESSURE ON
THE ITALIAN GOVERNMENT
At Home and Abroad Its People Urge
It 'to Attack Austria
;MIlan, Ital-, Oct. 6. Speaking be before
fore before a great crowd here last night,
Signor Battisti, a socialist deputy
from Trent, Austria, said, .las a son
of Trent, that it was awaiting libera libera-tioh
tioh libera-tioh by its Italian ibrothers.
"The liberation of i Trent and
Trieste," he said, "means the accom accomplishment
plishment accomplishment of a duty left as a (heritage
by the great makers of the father father-land."
land." father-land." : ?
The enthusiastic crow paraded
the streets and attempts of the police
to restrain the people were in vain.
Now Is the Time to Strike
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Rome Oct. 6. Italians from
Trent, in Austria, have petitioned the
Italian parliament to complete the
work of "freeing Italy, begun by King
Victor t sEmmahuel and Garibaldi.
They request that Italy unite to the
kingdom the Austrian provinces in inhabited
habited inhabited iby Italians. The petitioners
are headed .by Signor Battisti, a so socialist
cialist socialist deputy from Trent.
i : WITH EUROPEAN ARMIES
Reports of Our Own Soldiers on
Qualities 'of the Gigahtic )
New York, Oct. C. Lieut. A. Elli Elli-cott
cott Elli-cott Brown, U. !S. 'A., who visited the
tiattlefield of the Meaux just after
the fighting, reached; New York yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. So great had been the carn carnage,
age, carnage, 'he said, that within a radius of
600 yards he saw 1,000 dead Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. The 'bayonet charges of the
allies, he said, were responsible for
the great slaughter as the German
soldiers were so strongly entrenched
that they could be dislodged in no
"I saw Capt. Parker of the United
States army while I wag in France
Lieut. iBrown said, "and he told mQ
that the German army's retreat from
its near approach to Paris has (been
a perfect military movement and that
he ihad seen but one dead German
left behind. The German soldiers
are friendly to French peasants, he
said, and he found no trace of atro atrocities,
cities, atrocities, although he had heard much
about them.'r i v
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Two 2 Sets or 5 Octs packages at one
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EMPEROR WILLIAM HAS FIRED
".JUS CHIEF MILITARY -EXPERT
(London, Oct. 6.-Lieut.-Gen Hel Hel-muth
muth Hel-muth voi Moltke, chief of the Ger German
man German general staff, has been removed
from tht office, r The dismissal of
General fvon 'Moltke was due to a col collision
lision collision with the emperor over several
important questions of strategy.
The emjjeror wisned to subordinate
sound strategy to. a desire to attack
'England, but General von- .Moltke
preferred to 'postpone the latter ac action
tion action as it would have no effect on the
immediate situation. The emperor,
the dispatch adds, wished to detach a
large numuer of airships ( and raero raero-planes
planes raero-planes to attack England, ;but von
Moltke declared all available aircraft
were needed in 'Europe.
GE0;,I!S ARE ROUTED
PRESSING HARD ON KALSER'S
FORCES IN TOLAND ;
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Petrograd, Oct. 6, The war office
reports that the Russians are press pressing
ing pressing the German armyviwhich is re retreating
treating retreating from Suwalkl and attacking
the fortified German positions ex
tending along the front sixty miles
from Wierballen, Russian Poland, to
Lyck, East Prussia. Another Rus Russian
sian Russian army is pressing the 'German
right wing and threatening to get to
the rear through the IMazurian lake
IMMENSE LOSS TO GERMAN ARMY
Paris, Oct. 6. The Matin today
prints a dispatch from Petrograd es estimating
timating estimating 'German losses at Augustowo
Suwalki and IMarjampol at 100,000.
The Russian capture' of Soldau Is
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DULLET FOOL CIOMIZVS 40IIEEIS
Mexico City, Oct. 6. Fifty consti constitutionalists,
tutionalists, constitutionalists, practically all army gen generals,
erals, generals, left today or Aguas Calienes,
to participate in the peace conven convention,
tion, convention, follpwlng the vangiiard which
started yesterday to .arrange the de-.
tails preliminary to the convention.
The indications are, however, -that
the delegates will he unable to agree
and there will he more bloodshed
before order is finally restored.' It is
douhtful if Villa's demands will be
accepted: Both sides are strength strengthening
ening strengthening their, fighting forces.
OCCIDENT OR INTENTION?
INaco, Arizona; Oct. 6. Private
Leroy a3radford, of the, United States
cavalry, was-shot through the chest
today hy. Carfanza troops across the
border. Bradford was on .duty on
the American side 'making observa observations.
tions. observations. AT THE
CHOLERA IS RAVAGING FRANZ
JOSEPH'S COUNTRY r
Venice, Oct. 6-rThe latest mes
sages from tAustro-IHungary report
an alarming spread of cholera in
parts of ,the country. The schools
have been closed and drastic regula
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to inform the voters that this is the
last week in which they can register
for 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. .'
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Antwerp, Oct. C. The German at attack
tack attack at storming the defenses -Vnt-werp
.benan yesterday, cent;:. 'id-
through' the nicrht binder the
of Ecarchllghts and has not c
today. The defenders declare
slau:;l;t had br.cn repulr.l .t l
points. Aeroplanes att(.mpt!s;; to
'"over tr"j city 'were driven 'jack
pf T,..-;-t.-. c.
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ipOiENSE -'RATTLE JTTHE K.l'B"!!'':
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Berlin, ia vlr.isterdr.rn, 0;:t. .'.
L gigantic battle between Zlv.-
sians nnd the rcinforc-'-J 'Au-.trl-
army is imminent. It is r-ported
the advance gusr-.I.? of t!:o two armlc. armlc.-are
are armlc.-are already cngr.ged along tlu Vi.
DONT FIND GER3L1NS
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Hot i. IfJk i Jt lr .J i
Dozens of Good Americans I'rcfcr Iri
,Rc::iairi In tlie L'aKei'V.
London, Oct.' G. Julius Lsy, t!.o
American consul-arncr! at Berlin,
has advised the United States f,"-
hassy -'hero that he f.nda difHe rlty in
persuading" Americans that It, iz ad
visable to leave -Germans as
prefer to remain.
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THE OCAliA EVEXIXO STArt, TUESDAY, OCTOKER 0, 1914.
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General JElection November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:-
DUXOAiN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKDEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
.W. L. COLBERT.
Far County Treasurer:
. JOHN CM. GRAHAM.
For County" Commissioners:
W. D CARN.
J. T. HUTCHINS.
WALTER LUFF MAN.
S. R. RYLES. .,
.For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
( B. R- BUTCH,
Jf. S. GRANTHAM.
SYMPATHY FOR BROTHER ZIM
Rosa J. Zim, wife of Lewis W
Zim, died very suddenly at her 'Home
in sst. A.ngusiine, vAionaay, Depiera-i
onrn in .varenez. i.uiss.. uct. iz. iso.
nff?iC! k mcjhnni h iv v-
soa childrea and five, grandchildren.
The children are: Mrs. S. E. Smith
of this city; (Edward H. Zimf of San
Antonio, Texas; Jessie G. Zim, of
Boston, Mass.; Raymond ''H. Zim,
Miss iHelen Zim, Callie and Lewis
.Zim f this city.
April 28th, 1ST 8- thirty-six years
a20 (Rosa J. Gilbert was united in
marriage to Lewis W. Zim in Winns-
bora, dua me nev. rainer ua,
f,-rm-r T nprfnrminar the cere-
- uva A" I
mrmr: Two years later, at the ad-
fe !rf thd fnmilv rvh vsirrian .thf two
srpr advised tc seek health in -Fl or-
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TiinfHnr .nad-bv to relatives
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-and friends, the two, with an inrant i
child, sought the life of the pioneer
in the piny woods of St. Johns coun
ty. Florida. iHealth attended them
from the beginning in their new
"home. The struggles incident to a
ntnnaor'c lifo with ihll t l!ttl filse
than energy and a will and purpose
to succeed -was a part and parcel of
Jier who had chosen a poor rather
than a rich" suitor. As years grew
nona -- 1 1 I run ;hnrn to the
mion until the number grew to nine
tWo irls and seven boys. Two of
, . Ann fu
tlie "boys were claimed by the death
angel at the age of five years. The
over-increasing family added to the
ljurdens of the mother, and the In-
creased accumulations of father -were
Irat little 'beyond the standard of de-
maiid But there was a sameness m
the household an ever-abiding, faith
faith in the Dispenser of All Good,
Strules trials, tribulations weak-
enednot that constant faith nor dis-
nrbfed the fixed devotion of the self-
wife land mother. Lov
Ing home, 'mid the circle of hus
oand, children, grandcliildren. was
her ideal of happiness, and the, 'lure
of the outside world could hot at attract
tract attract her petitions to do otherwise
were met -with the expression "the
fulfillment of duties to home, lius lius-oand
oand lius-oand and children is my greatest
pleasure." And so, when such a one
is called -upon to go when there
comes a separation, a parting from
one so loving and so true, a sever severing
ing severing of such ties -what a void must
be in the household! Wife,' mother,
grandmother, helpmate, gone gone,
znne. Loneliness, disoair at every
;ra?ji. IBut it must be so. He know-
&th lest. :St. Augustine Oleteor.
All members of the Florida press
vvlll sincerely sympathize with Broth
er Zim in the loss of his beloved
Thvy are calling General French
"nt: Stonewall Jackson of England."
There never was but one Stonewall
JTackson, and nature '.'broke the die
fin molding him. Tampa Times. ;
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STANIS UP FOR HIS STATE
The other day in Congress, says
the Pensacola Journal, a member of
the House frpm Ohio proceeded to
assail Florida's franchise or voting,
system, making the charge that the
great 'bulk of the men of voting age
fin the state were prevented from ex
ercising their proper privileges at the
ballot box. f
Ths is a charge which many mis misinformed
informed misinformed people from other sections
of the-country have previously made
about Florida, and Representative
'Frank Clark evidently thought It was
time that the libel should be, effect
ively refuted. He therefore replied
I want to submit, Mr. Chairman,
that there is a very clear intimation
In the gentleman's remarks that some
sort of "grandfather clause" obtains
in the 'Florida constitution. I am not
here to apologize for "grandfather
clauses," because it has for its object
the rule of the intelligent and vir
tuous of any community; but I am
here to say, Mr. Chairman, that there
is ,absolutely no disfranchisement of
anybody in the laws of the state of
Florida. -We have what is known as
a poll-tax prerequisite. The sum of
$1 a year is to be paid for every man,
of whatever color he may .be, as a
poll tax, 'Which goes into a school
fund; and if at the elections, it ap
pears that for the two years imme
diately 'preceding such election his
poll taxes have not been paid he can
ThenQIr. Chairman, -we have the!
Australian ballot in its purity and in
its simplicity. We 'have no symbols
by Which an ignorant person can
mark in a circle and thus vote an
The names of the candidates, with
out rezara to party, are arranged
alphabetically, without a symbol of
any character, and a man must know
how-to read in order to vote for, can candidates
didates candidates of his choice.
This is a very complete answer to
the charge that there is "any race or
color discrimination at the (ballot box
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anQ.urectiy to an
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tae umLCT1 aiS ana oiionaa. Tne,.tent
vote as easily as tne
'White man and h an and :Hnp (rot I
. r OVkrover tne entire ii mues irom
"VT wu"ieu accurai eiy ana
luuiy aa lue wuite man s vote is
we are not arguing tne question as
should not vote,--" .We are simply
uuca vuie ue vanLts,iu m
any general city, county, or
election in Florida.
w naiever t ranK uiarKS enemies
ma' say about him, the fact remains
tnat be usually Keeps tne record
straignt when 'Jr loriaa is, misrepre
I asnti1 ihxr friyitlptT'pn frrin rttTiAr nartsl
ot the coqatrv
We are still wondering .why, the
Oerman officers all wore overcoats,
InS for the front in August. Orlando
AU mcitum iccs uhs"
"er. midnight in summer in our
niost northern states, which are five
I or six degrees of latitude furtner
south than where the German and
allied armie3 are. fighting along-the
THE SOUTIIfS BEST FRIEND
Times-Union: There are about
one hundred million Americans but
there are not many of them who own
stock in the E. I. duPont de Nemours
Powder Company ofv Wilmington,
Del. While it is a nfammoth concern
it is mostly a family affair. We do
not know -whether It has ten or a
hundred or a thousand stockholders,
hut let's gtake the largest number.
Then these thousand men are prom promising
ising promising to do five "times as much for the
farmers of the South as the other
99,999,000 Americans, propose to do.
The company has bought outright
nearly a third of a million bales of
cotton, and it will take twice as much
more in settlement of accounts and
will allow ten cents a pound for it
That nine million boxes of oranges
will soon start the money to circulat circulating
ing circulating In Florida. Times-Union.
SENSE AND SARCASM
The Star gives much of its space
today to the speech of- Congressman
Clark, representing this, the second
Florida district, made in the House
of Representatives Saturday. There
Is' no answering either ;Mr. Clark's
argument or sarcasm. Most of the
people fighting the river and harbor
bill were good judges of "pork" be being
ing being themselves hogs clear thru. They
have had their hands in the public
treasury up to the armpits, and -now
that Florida asks for a modest sum
for needed and fiseful improvements
they cross their naturally swinish
disposition with a wide streak of dog
in the manger, thus' making an ani
mal fearful to behold. Let us hope
broader-minded men will soon takeJ
their places in our national legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. : '- '-:' '
Mr. Clark's' speech follows:
Mr. Speaker, I have been- in this
House for nearly ten years, and dur during
ing during 'all that time I have observed the
distinguished gentleman from -New
York, (Mr. Payne, and I never
thought that I should live to see this
day, bringing as it does the spectacle
of the' father of the "Payne bill"
weeping great tears over the extrav extravagance4
agance4 extravagance4 of "Congress. It is a sight I
never thorght these eyes of mine
would behold. (Laughter). And
then the gentleman from Wisconsin
'Mr. Staffordanother disciple or
all the extravagance which has
characterized the proceedings of
Congress for many years, delivers to
us, a lecture on economy. Oh, ye
gods! (Laughter on the democratic
But 'Mr. 'Speaker, I arose to refer
to some remarks that were made a
few days ago by the gentleman from
Wisconsin, ;Mr Frear. That gentleman
saw fit to make an attack upon a
couple of rivers down in my state.
One was the iKissimmee river, and in
the course of his remarks he made
this statement: (It will be found on
page 11707 of the Record).
"A letter to the engineers is quot quoted
ed quoted in House document 'No. 137,
wliich shows up the $47,000 iKissJm-
mee creek fraud. This creek, it will
be remembered, is shown 'by the en engineer's
gineer's engineer's reports to be dry if or 'periods
varying from five to eight months in
a single year." .. ;
:Mr. Speaker, I hold in my .hand
the report referred to and the gen gentleman
tleman gentleman cannot point to a single line
I in this or any, other engineer's report
iwhicfh states that the river is 'dry at
all, for any period of time. I want
to call vour attention to what the en
gineers do say. This is a letter tfrom
General Ixby under Kiate of July 8,
1913, and in the course of -that letter
he makes this statement:'.
"Although the amount of com commerce
merce commerce handled is small, the special
board is of the opinion that this river
is worthy of improvement to the ex-
maintaining at mean low
water '! stages, a three foot channel
simmee to iLake Okeechobee, for
,whicn a .light draft dredge and ten-
i ucr 'Win 'Uts reuuireu au cauuiatwu
. si, 1 1 1 I ncttm.otaH
cost of $35,000 for construction
$12,000 for dredging: the river the
first ar and $6,000 for six months
operation annually thereafter."
Th fnrthpr wa finr! this:
I rTVji ,Vn!ip nnrynura xrrtth ,thp mV-
cial board In believing that it is ad-
Uichia v, ttt,u0 statoa t main
taln a ihre foot channel in the 'Kis-
sim.mee river to Make Okeechobee."
Mr. Frear:, Will the gentleman
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permit me 10 pomt out me icyuu
ere the statement is found? v
'Mr. Clark, of Florida: I cannot
yield, I will not yield. I have the re-
port here. Here is a letter from Mr.
'dcu, ui vui vi ufeuiccio
Re speaks of the low water" surface
of Lake Okeechobee, Kissimmee and
aioosanaicaee, auu a 'waui.i iu a
right here that some statement has
been made that this survey of iLake
Okeechobee, the Kissimmee and the
j Caloosahatchee rivers was a scheme
to drain certain lands In that vicini-
ty. That statement Is absolutely un
true. I want to say (Mr. Speaker,
that the original provision for this
survey was put in the river and har-
hor sbill at the instance of the state
authorities to determine rwhether or
not after the survey the federal gov
eminent would object to the state
lowering the wrater in Okeechobee'ln
order to carry out their drainage op
erations, 'but it was not to cost the
United States government one single,
sn nnrv wnr. rne sme was fining
tne drainage worK, ana uiis survey
was for the sole purpose of determin determining
ing determining whether or not the water in the
lake could be lowered (by the state
for drainage purposes without inter
fering with the navigability of the
lake and the rivers. and it was in no
sense a scheme to 'have the govern-
ment drain lands in Florida at all.
To continue, Mr. Speaker, from this
report: ::, .' :!: ';" .":'':
"It appears from the information
now available that the, section of
country covered by- this report is
rapidly developing; that Jt is reason reasonable
able reasonable to believe5 that there will be a
steady increase in the amount of
commerce produced in the future,
and that as practically all territory
tributary to both the Kissimmee and
Caloosahatchee. Tivers Is dependant
upon these streams for transporta transportation
tion transportation any improvement in their navi navigability
gability navigability wi" be of. material benefit;
After long continued droughts the
minimum depth is sometimes reduc reduced
ed reduced to one foot in shoal -places in the
upper portion of 'the river
"The Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
Kissimmee City, Fla.,
March 30, 190 D
xDear Sir: The length of time that
the boats 'have .been tied oip on ac ac-count'of
count'of ac-count'of low water on Hie Kissimmee
river and canals since the year 1901
is as follows:
For the Year
1903 . ...
1904. . .
1905. .. .
1907. .. ..
In regard to improving the river, I
would say, first, to lock the canals
between Kissimmee City- and Lake' V
Kissimmee, jwhich jwiii tnrow all tne
water into one canal and. give better
water there where lt-ls so shoal now;
cat off the sharp points so that-the
boats can -make the turns easier, and
I think a great deal of good to the
run will be accomplished.
itr.. a; 'Win nave posunasier lor
ward, record of Tainfall. Qlr. J.
iBraxton, U. S- Engineer Ofii
It will be observed that Captain
Johnson does not say a word about
this river ever being dry. Mr. Spen Spencer
cer Spencer that is a figment, pure and sim
ple of the gentleman's imasination. j
There is not one word in the record
With rererence to tne uiawaaa t
river, the gentleman on page 7068 of
the -record says', paraphrasing Olother
We Jave" a crooked creek, that h
'has a crodked name, and grabs a
crooked million while in a crooked
game ; to make a crooked water-po w w-er
er w-er run up a crooked hill, it crooks
your Uncle Sani through a crooked
lXow this statement, in alleged
rhyme, I have no doubt the gentle-
man believes is, the very acme of re- v
fined humor, tout the trouble is that
there is aot a scintilla of .fact upon s
which to base it. It Is entirely lack- y
fnsr in" truth. The eentleman is un-US
doubtedly seeking to pose for the
benefit of the "folks back 'home"
a ".watchdog of the treasury" but
unfortunately, for him, his record is
against him. Why, CIr. Speaker this
gentleman has presented to this
house during this session of Congress
two bills to take seventy-five thous thous-and
and thous-and dollars in each case "from the
treasury to construct -government
buildings in towns in 'his district, one
of them a little over, two thousand
population and the other a little over
three thousand population. What is
that when you are dealing In crook crooked
ed crooked games? Is there anything crook crooked
ed crooked kbout tnat? iMaybe not: That is
I want now to call attention to
Document 514, 'with reference to the
Oklawaha river. This document
"The district officer states that the
towns in the vicinity of the lakes
have a commerce amounting to about
110,000 tons, none of which is now
shipped by water. Ocala. lias a com
merce amounting to about 300,000
tons, of which practically none is now
handled by water. The district offi
cer believes that a conservative esti
mate of the saving that 'would result
from the improvement on a (basis of
200,000 tons of commerce would be
about $600,000 annually.
lieves that the river is (worthy of Im-
named to the extent of providing a
6-foot channel at an estimated cost j
of $616,000. and $12,000 annually for
maintenance. The division engineer
concurs generally in the views of the
district officer and reports the locali
ty as worthy of Improvement toy the I
United States' ;
Yet this a crooked game that saves!
to the people of that community over
six hundred thousand dollars annual-
ly. in freisrhts nron thVir mrrvflnrA!
Qlr. Speaker, tjiis kind of economy
talk makes ine sick. There has nev-j
er ibeen a river and harbor bill more
honestly framed, more carefully con
sidered than this one, and I want to
say to the gentleman from Wiscon-
sin (Mr. Frear) that when he was
wearing swaddling clothes, political-
ly and he has hardly got them off
yet my colleague, the distinguished
and honored chairman of this com-
mittee (Mr. Sparkman) was a mem-
iioi. r f vwt0 m;tt00 ot. r? tift i-nows
more about the rivers and harbors
and waterways of this country than
the sentleman from Wisconsin would
M-Pf Vnw f !hA HvAd to be as old asl
no tj? "Son. It j
YOU" IvILIi Co'
OUR STORE AND SEIL
is iiardw.iri:. Tin: rRic::
YOU RUY; THE QUALITY YOU
THIS IS raAT;MA10:3 'AT
AND BUILDS OUR BIT!
REMEMBER OUR 2IARDY.W
Will soon be hero and you .. ill have to c:
rent. Why. not prepare no v.- by Inzttlllzz
They are now, cheaper and more c
, For the same current you are now
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.
Xo. 9 Xorth Main Street.
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feams" For- .Henl L:
Packing and .Gtorln
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Plane j.
' and Safes. V;
r Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered L
cessjty is t.
- Methuselah. (Applause and lausn-
ter.) I want to say again, Mr. Speak-
er, that no member of this House who
has served here in all of the twenty
years that the honored chairman of
this committee has been here, would
have gotten upon this floor and re-
fleeted upon him as the gentleman
from Wisconsin has seen fit to do,
I without rhvme or reason, and with
out facts to support it.
The Speaker F l. loir. -oa.; me
I hai expired.
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xov iAviiiij fi:;d YIIAT I'OU :
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tend my remarks in the Re?
' ThP. finp.ikpr P. T. "Is
There was.ro objection.
Mr. .Speaker, for twenty year,
able and honored chalrrn ; of
committee (Mr. Sparkman j
ved his state ar;J country
floor of this. House. -For
all of that time he has :
ber of the committee o.i -
harbors, nnd for t:ic v r :
T -tw -. n 4ts 'h "s ? r f r-;1"-
juj'mm iiiui-JiiCii-iiji ii!.MaijiLiiiiiiijiiiiiwwwMi ii.i w iiipiiiiiniiinmwwi)l iL fnmmwm-i
the ocalllL etching ctah, tuiisday, c croum c, oi4.
J"'il,..- i .; .!,(
men here on both sides of this cham
. uer who for all these twenty
nave observed his work
sentative, and I hazard nothing when j December 31st, 1905 and December
31st, 1900, respectively.
as a renre-1
14, I desire to submit a statement of
estimate of freight carried on the j
Kissimmee river for the year ending
I proclaim that no "man of loftier
purpose, stricter integrity and manli manlier
er manlier conduct ever occupied a seat up upon
on upon this floor. He is absolutely .inca .incapable
pable .incapable of engaging in a "crooked
-game" here, or elsewhere, no matter
rwhat the stake may be. (His name
"will live in the history of waterway
improvement in this country, long
arter the names of the puny critics
of this rirer and harbor bill shall
tave been effaced from the memory
IMr. Speaker, for anany years past
the Congress recognizing the navi navigability
gability navigability of the Kissimmee and Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha rivers, has been making appro appropriations
priations appropriations for them.
In 1902,, under a republican ad ad-minstratlon,
minstratlon, ad-minstratlon, a project for the f im improvement
provement improvement of the Kissimmee river
was adopted. The. project provided
4for a channel three (3) feet deep at Fish
ordinary Jow-water stages and from Groceries
State Bank of Kissimmee.
r Kissimmee, Fla., June 25, 1906.
Dear 5ir: Replying to your favor
requesting estimates of freights
transported on Kissimmee river and
connections, I "beg to submit the fol following
lowing following for the year ending "December
"Exhibit C." ;
'Lumber 20,000 ft. daily .24,000,000
Grain and groceries. .... 10,000,000
Turpeintlne and rosin-... 2;000,000
Crosstie3 . . . . .10,000,000
Oranges and vegetables,
Cattle and sheep ......
Fertilizers . ........
j General merchandise
Grain ........ ...
Hay . ... ... ..... ...
Hide ... .. ..
Vegetable . . ......
Rosin and turpentine...
Oranges and fruits.
Lumber . ......... .
Other building .material.
Crosstie3 . ... . .
Crate material . . i .
Fertilizers . . .... 4
thirty (30) to sixty (60) feet wide
fos about 99.5 miles from the town,
of Kissimmee to 'Fort Bassenger.
Ever since that time republican Con
gresses havd been appropriating the
people's money to carry, on th,is pro project,
ject, project, and -not one howl of economy
has been raised against it, until the
gentleman from Wisconsin, (Mr.
Frear) broke into Congress and dis discovered
covered discovered that republican Congress Congresses;
es; Congresses; democratic Congresses; boards of
engineers and secretaries of war had
all been engaged for all these years
in a "crooked game." i
In 3Iouselocument 137, C3d Con Congress,
gress, Congress, 1st session, at page -5, Col.
Lansing H. Beach, corps of engi engineers,
neers, engineers, says:
"In his report on, preliminary ex examination
amination examination under the act of 1909,
the district officer reports that three
small steamboats dravwing about two
feet and 50 to CO launches are in
use on the river; that these boats
can be operated at ordinary low stag
es or water, but that navigation
practically ceased -during long-continued
dry weather. He states that
mere appears to te about 10,000
tons of freight ; handled on the Kis Kissimmee
simmee Kissimmee river, and 30,000 tons in the
town of Kissimmee. At a hearing
.before this board on 'April 28, 1913,
statistics were presented by local
parties claiming present tonnage of
about S5000 tons on the Kissimmee
river in addition to 15,000 passeng passengers
ers passengers carried ,
From the same comment on page
Cattle and sheep. .
. 4 00,000
Comparing this with the estimates
of previous year, will show the pro progress
gress progress and impetus given' to freight on
the river. Very respectfully,
. Clay Johnson.. :
W. H. Caldwell, Assistant Engineer.
"Exhibit B." '
State Bank of Kissimmee,
Kissimmee, June 24, 1907.
Dear Sir: Replying to your favor
requesting estimates of freights
transported on Kissimmee river and
connections, beg to submit, the fol following
lowing following for the year ending December
Lumber . ..........
Other building material
Fertilizers . ....
Fish . ..... .
Grain . . . . ... .
Hay .. .............
Rosin and turpentine .
Oranges and fruits..."
Cattle and sheep.
Caldwell, Asst. Engineer.
Now Mr. Speaker, I desire to call
attention a little further to the pro proposed
posed proposed Improvement of the Oklawaha
river and as to the necessities for
that improvement. Jn ;House docu document.
ment. document. 5 14, 03d Congress, second ses session,
sion, session, at page 5 in the report of tMaj.
Lansing (H. Beach, the following lan language
guage language is used: .' '""i.
"There seems to be a very general
demand for this improvement hd a
firm .belief that it would resultin a
very marked development tfhruout
the adjacent country and create a
commerce of considerable magni magnitude.
tude. magnitude. There is a large section of
very-rich and fertile country tribu
tary to this iwaterway and to the
lakes at its 'head, which is being con converted
verted converted into orange groves and truck
farms. It is stated that tinder pres present
ent present conditions business is hampered
by high transportation charges and
by congestion of rail freight during
the busy season, and that relief can
be obtained only by a competitive
Again In the same document on
page 8, I read from the report of Cap Captain
tain Captain ,J. R. Slattery, corps of engi engineers,
neers, engineers, a portion of a former report
made by Captain Sackett, and which
is quoted 'by Captain Slattery as fol follows:
lows: follows: "I am "informed that during the
time the Oklawaha steamers ran to
Leesburg the rate on a foox of orang oranges
es oranges from Leesburg to Jacksonville was
10 cents. Shipments from the large
groves at Emeralda, situated on the
river and on Jake Griffin, where the
river leaves the lake, are now requir required
ed required to be made across the lake in a
boat owned by the railroad and de delivered
livered delivered at the terminals owned by the
railroad -at Leesburg. VTe rate from
Emeralda to Leesburg is nine cents
per boxK and the rate from Leesburg
-to Jacksonville is 17 cents,a. total of
26 cents as against the rate of 10
cents formerly enjoyed. There is
said to be 100,000 boxes of oranges
and vegetables snipped from Emeral Emeralda
da Emeralda annually. This represents a very
considerable burden upon the ship shippers!
pers! shippers! this locality. ,. It is said to
frequently happen that during the
rush of the shipping season the rail-
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mately approximately f5 00,0 00 to 600,000 tons of
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ha Oklawaha river.'
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imately approximately the existing difference be
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the total saving In freight would
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lieve that any such saving as this Is
probable; but I believe it would be
conservative to estimate that a sav-
ing of 15 cents per -hundred .weight
would result on 200,000 tons making
at total annual saving of $600,000
if a 6-foot channel were provided."
I. want to say just here that Capt.
Slattery is one of the ablest officers
and ablest engineers, attached to our
military establishment and rafter he
had made a full and; complete and
personal Inspection of the Oklawaha
river7 and country tributary thereto,
and had thoroughly examined into
the present and reasonaljJy, prospect prospective
ive prospective commerce, he sums the whole
matter up on page 20 of the" report
,by using the following language:.
"In view of the material saving
that would probably be effected in
freight charges, if the river were Im Improved,
proved, Improved, the ? promising character of
much of the territory that iborders
the lakes, and' the swamp thru which
the river flows, and the fact that an
improved waterway along this line
would be a steptowTard a trans-Florida
ship canal along the hest Toute
recommended by a special boaTd of
engineer officers, l am of the opinion
that the Oklawaha river is worthy of
improvement-to the extent of provid providing
ing providing a 6-foot channel from its mouth
to Mount 'Dora.
.Xotwithstandlng the fact, how however,
ever, however, that this matter has been so
thoroughly Investigated and the pro project
ject project 'approved by the district officers,
the division officer .the board of en engineers
gineers engineers and the chief of engineers,
and was then approved by the House
committee on rivers'and harbors, it
remained for the gentleman from
Wisconsin (Mr. Frear) to .belittle it
and to put his judgment in the scale
as against the. judgment of all
these gentlemenr WTe have the testi testimony
mony testimony oh every engineer and in fact,
very individual whoy has examined
the project, who knows anything at
all about the subject, that it is
worthy of improvement hy the gov government
ernment government of the, United States. With
these, facts and with this record I am
willing to submit the case to the
judgment of my. colleagues upon this
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A pound of pluck is worth a ton
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'Miss -Marion Dewey was the host-
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dies auction club at-her home on Ok Ok-3awa.ha
3awa.ha Ok-3awa.ha avenue. iMiss Dewey, assisted
hy her sister, iMiss iHester (Dewey, met
lier guests molt informally and the
live tables of players spent the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon enjoying the ever fascinating
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the regular club meeting, it was also
given as a farewell party to iMiss
illope: 'Robinson, one of the club's
most popular members, who will
Jeave next Thursday for Boston to
invited to, en joy the aTTernoon with
miss 'uewey ana imiss uwumsun were
misses Adele tBittinger, Mary 'Bur 'Bur-ford,
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Marguerite 'Porter-, Janet Weathers,
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"Robertson. At the conclusion, of the
games a salad course was served and
the afternoon with 'Miss Dewey was
.Irs. II. A. .?Kramer and (Miss
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.y m m m
i airs. ID. 'L. iMixon came in today
from Dunnellon for a visit to her sis-
v i .
ter, Mrs. T. H. Johnson and family.
'Mr. Mlbbert weathers returned
last night from a month's visit to
friends In iSew England. (En route
home he was the guest of his brother,
air. 'Xeal Weathers and family, for a
few days at Short 'Hills, X. Y.
Miss Annie Atkinson reached
home this afternoon, after a most
pleasant two months in Eastern
t.Mr. C. C. Bailey has returned to
Tampa after a short visit to relatives
in this city."
.'Mr. Jack Rentz has returned to
Bartow after a 'week-end visit to his
parents and family in this city.
Mrs. R. Li. Lang and little daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Willie Mae Lang, returned
home yesterday afternoon from their
summer outing at iAsheville, N. C.
Mrs. T. : -(E. Bridges arrived home
this afternoon, after a pleasant sum summer
mer summer visit to -South Carolina.
The friends of iMiss Rebecca Smith,
will be glad to learn that she has
recovered from her recent Illness.
1 The marriage of Mrs. Bertha Xel
son Looney and 'Mr. Ernest James
Crook of lliis cit- took place last
night at thefhome of the bride in the
presence ofpjfy the immediate fam
ily. Dr. W. H, Dodge of the Presby
terian church performed the cerex
mony.f The marriage was very quiet
ana comes as a complete surprise to.
a large circle of friends, especially in
Ocala, which city has been their
home for many years, no one suspect suspecting
ing suspecting even an existing romance. The
ibride, always pretty and1 charming,
was most attractive in her simple
wedding gown of pure "White. Mr.
and (Mrs. Crook left over the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard for New York for a stay of two
weeks, after which they will return
to the bride's home on Wenona street
to reside. iMrs. Crook is a tnemher of
one of South Carolina's most promi prominent
nent prominent and oldest families and has
made her home in this city for a
number of years, winning by her
charming cordial nature many -devoted
friends. IMK Crook came toOcala
In early youth with his parents from
(England and has always made this
city, 'his home, winning an enviable
social and (business position. He is
a -member of the well known firm of
(H. 13. (Masters & Co., of this city. JMr.
and Mrs. Crook have our (best wishes
for a long life of happiness and pros
Xotice to Members of the. Eastern
Star .." ; '.;
IA.11 members of Ocala Chapter Xo.
29, O. E. 9., are urgently requested to
attend the meeting Thursday eve
ning, Oct. 8th., A numperof candi candidates
dates candidates will receive degrees of the
order and a large numher of visitors
from the surrounding chapters of
Gainesville, Inverness, Mcintosh, Ft.
CMcCoy and Island Grove will be in
attendance. Each .and every mem-
(ber of the Ocala chapter will be ex
pected to be present and 'help give
the visitors a royal welcomed i 'Re
freshments will be served.' ;
Good Work of Mrs. Porter's Club
The (following refers to a class at
Lady Lake of young ladies presided 1
L. ,1 AT T 1 n 4. J -1
well known and -much esteemed in
Ocala: V '. A S.;
"IMrs. E. T. Pdrter'a famous needle-
craft club at Lady Lake, under her
direction, cleaned the school ; house,
repotted the school : plants that' had
been kept by one of the girls during
vacation and started new plants.
During the two years that (Mrs.
Porter has given her services to them,
these girls have .become, expert in! all
kinds br needlework; laelng not only
able to make their own clothing, 'but
the trimming of the same. They also
plan and serve nice luncheons. And
now; they are planning for the school
fair. All honor to the Tee Club!
.Mrs. Porter was the guest of the
county school board at the recent
institute in Tavares.
, Mr. and tMrs. T. T. iMunroe will re return
turn return tomorrow from their summer's
vacation spent in the north.
'Dr. D. R.1 'Handley and family left
for their new home at 'Raiford this
morning. They are pleasant people,
and Ocala is sorry to lose them. Dr.
Handley's work, 'however, will neces necessitate
sitate necessitate his paying Ocala at least one
visit a week.
Miss tMildred Gorman, teacher of
domestic science at the Ocala high
school, is making her 'home for the
winter with IMrs. J. B. Horrell on Or Orange
ange Orange avenue. ',
MIss iMary iMarshall ihas returned
from her summer's outing with
friends and relatives in Virginia, and
'is again at, her post of duty at the
Marion County Hospital.
CaDtain and JMrs. James Cribbett
have returned from a vacation trip
to the -mountains of North Carolina.
They report a pleasant itrip and say
they are glad to get back to the Sun
shine City. St. Petersburg Times.
iMrs. Lee Kirby-Smith and baby
will arrive (Monday from Michigan,
where the- have been visiting Mrs..
Klrby-Smith's mother, Mrs. H. L.
miss Una Nichols left last week
with 'her father, Mr. H. J. Xichols
for Tallahassee, where she will enter
the college for women this term;
Wildwood item in Bushnell Times.
Mrs. is. B. Crenshaw who has been
visiting her daughter, iMrs. B. C.
Lanier In Leesburg for some time. Is
at home again. Coleman item in
Sumter County Times.
The best ice cream in town at the
VOurt fnarmacy. Sunday orders a
Marlton Printed Poplins
Figured Nippon Cloths -Printed
: r -y. -:-y :y:-yZi:: y'-y
Fancy Weave Stripe Crepes
Woven Cotton Suitings
Plaid Cotton Suitings
All are td be orn by the styliou
we have a, complete line of each kind.
" ooaio eooo
scriptions must respon
Citizens of Ocala!
inland city in i
See us at once.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
GEO. Mack AY,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,
ft I '"I I
Roman Strine 7"rord C
t ... a
Black and Vliit
5rSan;lItiriat Corel eel
(CrepeM e;; Chi ti&
9 9 4I4 g o
II I I ( I 1 '
want the record
become tar nij
let us have immediate
Governors Marion County
.;Fr..i2 ana iozrc-
lb. W' IkJ J
J.. M. MEFFERT,
A. C, COBB,
Board of Trcdo.
THE OCALA EVKNTN'Q OTAI TUESIXVV, OCTOBEK 0, 1014.
GAS IS GOOD
R003I AND RATH FOR A -DOLLAR A:I A IALr
A- 1 H'(ii, !k)
7 A o-r "S 1
v v r
A R TICLES FOR
EVERY VOMAN LIKES TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL THINGS ON
HER DRESSING TABLE, THEY ADD TO THE LUXURY OF LIV LIVING
ING LIVING AND ARE CONVENIENT AND USEFUL. COME, SEE OUR
FINE GOODS, SILVER MOUNTED HAND MIRRORS, COMBS AND
BRUSHES, MANICURE SETS, POWDER BOXES, AND JEWEL
CASES. LITTLE FANCY CLOCKS, PICTURE FRAMES, CUT z
GLASS BO TTLES FOR PERFUME AND TOILE T WA TERS AND
O THER NECESSITIES FOR E VER YDA Y USE. B UY YO UR WIFE
OR SWEETHEART SOMETHING PRETTY AND USEFUL. OUR
PRICES ARE NEVER MORE THAN THE GOODS ARE WORTH. 4
A. H, BURNETT
Just-:Received,:.:a;rSolid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
ArtificialJBuilders Board maniifactur-
ed for interior finishing, t
For samples, pricies, etc, call or write
Contractor and Build
Distributor of Badger f Board
State of Florida.
IfM 4 twiKtttMimtt
for the T
i r r' a DAIUV BETWEEN t
THE GREAT SHIP "SEEANDBEE
Lengti 500 feet; breadth S3 feet, 6 inches; 510 eUtcrooBM nl prlor accommodating .1500 pen pen-1
1 pen-1 prs. Greater ia eoi larger ia all proportion richer in all appointment than any ateamer on
Laland Valers of the world. In service J una 15 th. '.'
El&snificent Ste&men "SEEANDBEE,! City of Eri mnd "City of Buffalo
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND Mayl.t io Dec l.t
LearoBuffiilo - 9:00 P. M. LeT Cle-land - 9:00 P.M.
-1 Arrire Cleveland f 0 A. M. Arrive BuSklo i -, 7:30 A. M.
i (Eaatern Standard Time) 1
Connection at Cleveland for Pnt-in-Baj, Toledo, Detroit and all point Vett and Southwest. Railroad
ticket reading between BnfFalo and Cleveland are good for transportation on our eteamera.
Ask your ticket agent for ticket tU C & B. Line. Write na for handaome illustrated booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.CIeTeUnc' O.
YH 7E have jiist added to our business, a large
V v and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
OGALA MS E
PHONE 271 OCALA, FTORIDA
IT IS GOIXG TO 15K IIKTTKU IX
THE XI1U 1 31MK1 )I AT KX KSS
The Star paid a Visit Alonday after afternoon
noon afternoon to the plant of the Ocala Gas
Co., and found Manager -Hunter and
Foreman Wilkes Vesting a few min minutes
utes minutes from a hard days work.
A few months -ago this plant was
burned. Jt -was Jyurned so complete completely
ly completely that only .the retorts, tank and a
few twisted pipes and charred tim tim-bers
bers tim-bers marked Where it stood.
The conflagration was a great in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience to the town.' It was two
or three great inconveniences to -the
Star, which -heats fhe metal for its
linotype with gas.
One member of the Star staff,' who
sleeps in thejibuildingi lights the gas
under the metal pot at. 5 o'clock every
morning.' Then he goes back to bed
for his 'beauty sleep. He lias been
lighting the said gas for seven 'years,
and has the performance down' so
fine that he can go thru it without
; One morning last summer, he
arose 'and, sound asleep, trotted into
the composing room, turned on the
g-as he thought- struck, a match
and held, it under the pot and listened
for the soft explosion that would an announce
nounce announce the, gas had lit. tXary explo explosion.
sion. explosion. Then he woke up, tried to
light it again, failed again, and .ob .observed
served .observed that the governor" was
"dead' (Stuck his nose to the vent
to see if he could smell gas. Nary
smell. Scooted downstairs to see if
some darnfool had turned off the gas
at the meter. No sign of any darn darn-fool.
fool. darn-fool. Went to the, phonet- "Four-seven-eight'1
r; H :
"Want the gas; plant?" said Cen-j
tral's dulcet accents.
t "Yessum." . . '
"It 'burned down this morning."
He lias always wondered if. Central
heard the remark he couldn't help
making. ,-; ....':
The rest of the town was almost as
'badly upset as the ;Star, and didn't
expect to have any gas for a month.
But the gas -men ( got themselves to together
gether together and were supplying the fluid
in less than seven tyLt wo hours.
The gas company doesn't intend to
be burned up or burned down any anymore.
more. anymore. tA.Il summer it has been doing
business with no roof but the sky,
except one little tin parasol, where
Mr. Wilkes and his helpers retreat
when' it rainstorrents... -
The concrete" foundations anj now
laid and everything is on the ground
for a commodious metal ibuilding. It
will cover, everything that needs to
be .covered, and there will .be nothing
in it to burn. It will; be up in a few
days. !--'vVv': ; '''". '.V'- V
The, pride of the plant is two big
purifying tanks. The- have just 'been
put in and are working perfectly.
Their capacity will be 150,000 feet a
The Star was shown sheets'of card cardboard,
board, cardboard, that showed the effect of be before
fore before and after taking of these tanks
on, the gas. Before, the cardboard
was considerably stained. After, it
was absolutely clean.
, All. the improvements are' made
with- a view to still further improve improvement
ment improvement as 'business increases. The plant
can't be destroyed any more, and it
can be enlarged and improved with
rapidity and reasonable expense. The
time is not far. distant when there
will 'be a big .brick building;; -meantime
the iron -will be mighty effica efficacious.
cious. efficacious. ; '- :':
: FOR THE K. OF P.
The K. of P. had a large atttmdr
ance and a pleasant time at, their
"good of the order" meeting Moiiday
evening. Flfty-three -members were
present, and the entire time was g$v g$v-en
en g$v-en up to short talks (by thebrethren.
Nearly every member spoke, and all
were enlightened and encouraged.
Ocala CLodge, K. of P., is old, well
established and steadily growing. In
the last two years it 'has 4 taken in
more new members, than any other
lodge in Ocala, and the process of
addition shows no sign of slackening.
It. is, a good home lodge and a splen splendid
did splendid order to belong to, and the indi indications
cations indications are thaj-its power for useful
ness will steadily increase as the
years pass on and the city grows.
FULL, REPORTS. AT THE TEMPLE
DURING THE WORLD'S
4 Arrangements have "been complet
ed for giving full reports, of the
games of the great World's Series at
the Temple, during the games.
The first game will be in Philadel
phia Friday,, and all who desire to j
hear the reports should be at the ;
Temple at 1 o'clock. The reports will f
be read from the stage In detail, and j
will be In full'.
- (Admission, 25 cents. ;
The profits will be given to the
Ocala baseball team, and. the Star
hopes the attendance will be large.
PIANOS FOR RENT
We are closfng on the Sth of Octo Octo-oer
oer Octo-oer and have a few pianos which we
will rent or sell very cheap.
1-0-6-lt dw A. lM. iLansford Ocala."
All kinds of 'bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed 'Store. 10-ltf
IT ALWAYS DOES THE AVORK
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
"l like Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy better than any other," writes
R. -E.-. 'Roberts, Homer City, pa. "I
have taken it off and on for years
and it has never failed to give the de
sired result." For sale by all deal
SALE OF BANKRUPT STOCIk
Joe 3Ialever Is Preparing to Put on
Another Money-Saving Event
' GIr, Joseph :Malaver, who 'bought
the bankrupt stock of iL. W.-Harley
in the Ocala House (block, bas decid
ed to have a great sale at the store
and let the people of this section
have these goods at prices that have
never 'been neard of before in Ocala.
It is not ; of tn that this city has
the opportunity of buying goods at a
real "bankrupt sale, but this "is the
real article and the large stock,
which Is all new and seasonable goods.
of a high class, will be offered in this
sale. The sale commences -Friday
morning at 9 o'clock, when the
doors cf the store will oe opened for
the .'first time since It was closed 'by
bankrupt proceedings several weeks
tMr. .Malever .bought the stock at a
low figure, away down at les3 than
half of what it cost to manufacture
the goods. jHe will give the pu'blic
the advantage of i this bargain and
throw the goods In the sale a veri veritable
table veritable slaughter prices.
The stock consists of men's fur furnishings
nishings furnishings of all kinds, shoes, hats and
suits of well known makes j and
brands. There is nothing old ot shod shoddy
dy shoddy In the stock it Is all new and
fresh and some astounding bargains
are oing to be had there on (Friday,
the 9 th, when the doors open.
IMr. ,L. 'W. Harley, who is familiar
with the stock, has 'been employed by
Mr. 'Malever to assist at the sale and
will tie glad to see his old friends
I PriorVto Mr. Harley taking the
store, iIr. Malever owned and op operated
erated operated there one of the most -popular
businesses in the city under the
name of the Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Company. ,
Watch and wait for the opening of
the great Bankrupt Sale, 'Friday, Oc1
tober 9th, at; 9 o'clock, Ocala House
block, between Board of Trade and
telegraph' office. t v x-
Mi iiiiiiiiiiiirWUCii.ii mxM tUmmi
C ompletelyReno vat e d a nd Nov Mana
- ". NOW OPEN. ;
Robin Without Cath J01.00' ;
Running Water in Every Hoo::in the Houco
ROOM AND RATn FOR A DOLLAR AND A IIALI"
, ' GElAOAul CHTGEEICf x'hzzzzzz
J t, OCAL.1, FLORIDA
First consideration, and especial attention given to malix tnicta.
W' Hit '
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IT HAS EVOLUTED 1
3IEETING OF THE VETERANS
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V. met
October, 6th,'. 1914, 'JV. Qlcraahagin
Prayer by General Long.
The following members answered
to roll call: Alfred Ayer. : John
Brooks, R. J. Evans, B. T. Fryer Fryer-muth,
muth, Fryer-muth, JM. -P. Frink. R; A Griffin, W.
m. .Henry, H. N. Knoblock,, T. D.
Lancaster, H. 'W. Long, W. E. (Mc (Mc-Oahagln,
Oahagln, (Mc-Oahagln, B. H. Norris, W. O. IMassey,
C. C. Priest, L. M. Payne, William
IRichardson', IA. C. "White, ,G. T. Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, L. M. Graham and J. L. IBeck.
'Minutes of last meeting were read
Comrade IMassey, reported to the
camp that Comrade Christian 'was
: The camp unanimously endorsed
Comrade Ayer'for general of th
The following members were sent
as delegates to Lakeland: H. W.
Long, T. 'D. Lancaster, W. E. QIcGah QIcGah-agin,
agin, QIcGah-agin, A. C. White Alfred Ayer, and
the following alternates; C. C. Priest,
A. R. Griffin, John Pasteur, H. N.
Knoblock, M. P. Frink:
It was moved and seconded that
the delegates and alternates be al allowed
lowed allowed a half voteeach,. and the dele delegation
gation delegation :be authorized to fill all vacan vacancies.
Comrade Payne made an eloquent
The commander was authorized to
appoint a sponsor for the camp after
conferring with the (Daughters.
Comrade Payne was requested to
take up the matter of unequal pen pensions
sions pensions with the pension board and re report
port report at f the next meeting.
; The adjutant was requested to
prepare a circular letter and send a
copy to every veteran in the county.
' Alfred Ayer, Ad jt.
3Iarion County's Old Tail Building is
Now an Institution of Mercy
It always affords the Star 'pleasure
to oibserve efforts of the colored peo
ple to Improve themselves. The bet
ter citizens they are, t;he more .they
do to elevate their race, the better it
is vf or the wnite ipeople, who should,
ever be their guides and helpers, in
the march of improvement.
Two memoers of the' Star stalf
Monday ;had a look over the building
whidh houses the colored hospital.
This was -for almost twenty years the
'Marion county jail, : iWh'en a more
up-to-date building took its plr.co, it
was overhauled and used for a time
as the ipoorhouse. The: county "hav "having
ing "having dispensed, with that institution,
and the colored people -deciring to
start a hospital, the commissioners
wisely allowed them to 'have it for
that -purpose." -. lt
It Is a very good building; the
principal objection to it sbeinp,that
some of the rooms are oo close;, in
hot weather. There -are almost a
score of -rooms, ihbw'ever, arid most
of them are well lighted and ventilat
ed, so unless the. hospital Jbecones'
very much crowded ithe inferior
rooms will not be in use. 'Even if
they are, they will be tolerably good.
The operating room is well sup suppliedwith
pliedwith suppliedwith necessaries and nobody
will suffer from anv lack of the es essential
sential essential in it.' .Some ;ten of the rooms
enough for present needs are
comfortably furnished?- the others
will 'be 'as needed. -The' kitchen Is
big, clean and well equipped. There
are bathrooms on .every floor, 1 ; The
entire .building has, ibeen scrubbed
and will tewshed until it is clean and
Rev.C B. Wilson is manager ;for
the association of colored people wlio
are; supporting the hospital. Qlrs. Sy Sy-nobly
nobly Sy-nobly Simmons, ;a colored woman
who has made an enviablereputation
for industry and reJiabilityi is the
matron. She has two very efficient
helpers, one a trained nurse from the
colored hospital In Jacksonville; The
The best Ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
pansy and sweet pea seed at
k Knight's drug store. 928-tf
hospital has the approval and nr.ic!i
material resistance, from tho vhl:...:
physicians of the city, who have Ion Ion-recognized
recognized Ion-recognized its need.
1 li a ri f i s, ft s.a
tost, Found, Wantd, t:r Si:
Foi;Rsnt hhi! SiniHnr Loccl
OR RENT LV ten room.hoaae, fur fur-.
. fur-. nlshc.1; well located, close in; r.Il
niodern conveniences. Apply ?t
Star ofllce. 10-C-tf
FOUND Automobile tai. li-ht; la;t
Friday -on 'North 'Magnolia etrc-.t.
Owner can have same by callin;;
ph o n e 2 0 6 and p ay I n g for .thi r. .1 -'
FOR GALT Sawed cedar poets, r.Il
Ilydo, .Crystal River, ria. 9-0-tf
board or tabic board witlir,Lt rocr;:.i
Apply to Mrs; F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
WANTED A -ood bazTS
must be cheap for cas!i. A
. Star oLlce. .lO-.-ti
WANTLTD Bright, cnerUIc
to solicit EUbscrljition.; ;:;:d stil
C rower on
IcDuff, Va. "I suffered for sevcrd
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ci
this place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble, '
i Ten years ago a friend told ne to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
i I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught." ; j ;
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion; re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach,, and similar
It has been in constant use fc more
than 70; years, and has benefited more
than a million people. ;
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught Price only 23c. Get a
teckage to-day. U.Cizz
Y'hereas, an onlln :ir.ce has 1- n
rvoTici: uv t:i:ctio.n rio i? :
passed hy the city of o.-ala c-JUn- : r
an election to submit to the re" : -: r i I
voters cf the city.' of Ucnla. to
whethrr or not bonds to the arr; -;;nt
tiiiu:i: nuNDrti:i and fivj: tjh;'u-
PAN1 UOr.UAIlS be i-'-.'je.l; ONT. ?ILr;; ?ILr;;-DlllZD
DlllZD ?ILr;;-DlllZD THOUSAND lX)LLAIi.j t,V
bond3 to be used for the co:istr::etion
of? sewer.; within the eorpor.Tt- limits
of th city-of Ocala; ONJJ IIL'NIUSJ:D
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said -bonds
to be -used for the purpose of ; jvini?
and Improving the tr-fc-tp of si.j city:
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bonds to 'be tiseI "for the purj jto -f
constructing public bulLlin'jj an
parks for the said city within the coi
porate limits of the s.iid 'ity; p.'.n
FIFTY'- FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
of said bonds to be used for the pur
pose of eauippins:, extending ar.-l :ni
proving the water works plant find
sj'stem of .aid city and erectinq: and
constructing in connection there T.vlt.'i
an fee plant for the manufacture (.i ar ar-tinclal
tinclal ar-tinclal Ice for the .aid city of t?;i!'..
said bonds -tf be in tlsr denomination
one thousan 1 dollars f-:ch, and bearing
interest at the rate of tv ror cent, j :v
annum, payahl In not le. 1 t'.an ten ::or
more -than thirty years from date of
- Now, therefor1, by virtu4 of author authority
ity authority v.ested in the undersigned t. Mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I lierpby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and ordr an election" : 1 on t.,ck
-7th day of October. A.' 13. i:;X4
In the said city of Ocala, to -determine
whether or not the said' city of Ocsla
shall i- jue ionds to the i-n.our-t of
THItKK' HUNDRED AND FIVR THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS: ONH IIUNURS :n
THOUSAND IK)LInS of said
be used for the constrviction of
i ii. i it ... i
Kunin iiie corporate limits or t; c
of Ocala; ONC HUNDRRD THOt;j.;.i
DOLLARS of said bond3 to be ux-d tor
the purpose, of paving and imp-.w!;:':
the" street? of said ;ity; FJFTV" THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS of fall bonds to b-
used for the purpose of ron3tr'.;.-tin--public
buildings and parks within tJ.
corporate limits of the said city: and
FIFTY-FIVH THOUSAND DOLLARS of
said bonds to be usd for th? pur;;--?
of equipping, extending1 and improving
the water worlvs T3ant and system nf
said city and erecting1 and construct!:.
in connection therewith an lee plane
for, the manufacture of artliicil ice
for the city of Ocala. Faid bonds to
In the denomination of One Thousand
DoHarH each, bearing interest at the
rate of Ave per cent, and payable in not
less than ten nor more- than thirty
years from date of Tpst'..
H. Johnson and l R Reckham as In Inspectors
spectors Inspectors an.1 J. H. Taylor as clerk.
fc'aid election hall'be hell at the citr
hall of the city of Ocala between th
hour of 8 o'clock a. m. oni 6 o'clock
p. m. 4
In; witness whereof.' I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the clty
of Ocala. .thi'.the 23th day- of Septem September.
ber. September. A. D, 1814.
Attest: 11. C.
SISTRUNIC, :ity CI-
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SIDE LIGHTS D
THE VORLD'S SERIES
SPECULATIONS OX POSSIBILITY
OF PLAYERS "CRACKING"
UNDER THE STRAIN
come along now and establish a pre
Of course, the Braves may crack.
All things are possible. But it isn't
Result of 'Yesterday's Games' In the
Commercial Bank Block, ca
Magnolia trect. Wet.
1)1 --.twice Vhnr.: I
UiJDERTAKERS and EMBALL1ERS hmo
fine Casliels zM Boris! nofces.
P. E. McIVER and C. Vr ROBERTS
Funeral Directors ;
All Work Bone by
(Daily Sport Letter, I. N. S.)
BY FRANK G. 3IENKE'
New York, Oct. 6. Those -who are
looking for the Braves to crack dur-
lng the world series may be just as
greatly disappointed as was John
The theory that a -good oall team
will so to pieces in an important ser
ies was exploded long ago, and so has
been the theory that a star player
wMcrack tinder the strain and ex
citement and put. up a miserable ex-
Work Bone by Licensed Em
balmed and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ............. 104
C. V. ROBERTS i . . :303
Undertaking Office. .
at all provable 'that a team that has
played aswonderful baseball as have
the Braves during the past 12 weeks
should go to pieces just when they
are -within reach of their highest am-j
bition to become baseball cham
pions of the world. s
Chicago" 4; St. Louis 3.
1st. game, Pittsburgh 4
i i fit If r,in
- BOOKS REVISED
On account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th and 2th days, of Octo October,
ber, October, 4914, 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
2nd game, Pittsburgh 1; Cincinat-
ti 4. i.
Philadelphia 0; New York 4.
1st game Boston 15 ; Brooklyn 2.
2nd game, (Boston 9, Brooklyn 5.
New York 0; Philadelphia. 2.
Washington 9; Boston 3.'
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Look over the records of world
series players and -world series
teams, and you will find that with
rare exceptions, the best team always
has grabbed the bunting, and that
the star -players have shone just' as
brightly in a. world series as they did
during the regular season. .
Eddie' Collins, Frank Baker and
Jack Barry, of the Athletics, are fine
examples of the exploded theory. The
trio has fielded just as brilliantly
during a world series game in which
they have figured as they did in the
regular season that preceded them.
In some cases they have done better.
Hn the 1910 world series Collins
hit for .429, Baker for .409 and
Barry for .235. Barry during the
series hit for his normal average,
while Collins and Baker hit above
theirs. Strunk, in 1910, hit .279
during, the series an average that
he had maintained thrubut his big
In 19(11, Collinshit for .286. That
was 'below his normal average. One
more hit would have placed him well
over the .300imark. "(He was robbed
of that hit (by a sensational catch hy
Murray of a drive that looked like a
sure triple. Baker, that year,' hit
.375, while Barry clubbed them out
for 368 -over 100 points above nor-
final. ' ' : f
In 19 12 Tris Speaker, the Boston
slugger, got a .300 average out of
the series, which was a trifle below
normal. The other Red Sox hit
around their normal averages. Mey
ers, the Giant catcher, -hit. for .371
durinsr the 19 1 2 world series. The
other 'Giants hit around normal.
In 1913, Baker hit for .450, Col
lins .420, ISchang .357. Barry .300,
and Oldring for .273. These averages
1 1 M
were mucn aoove normal, snowing
that in the (Athletic's case, at least
the good hitters, sometimes play .bet
ter baseball during a short world
series-than they do during the regu
lar season. '
" Ty Cobb is one example to the con contrary.
trary. contrary. The great Tiger batter emerg
ed from three world series :'with i
iiiiserable ibatting record. But i
wasn't due to nervousness or "crack
ing.", The Georgian simply happen-
ened to fall into the batting slump
toward the end of each season, and
he couldn't get out of it in time to
make a good showing in the world
series. - "..
Its the same with fielding. The
finished fielder comes out of a series
with a fielding average just about
on a par with that of the regular sea
son. The Importance of a series nev never
er never has caused any great difference in
the game put up by a player. Take
the average of the players who have
participated in two, three or 'four
series and total them and you will
find that their combined batting and
fielding averages during the world
series combats are just about equal
to their grand averages covering all
their years in baseball.
The good pitchers fare, just aflbout
the same during a world series as
they do during the regular season.
iMathewson's 1912 record, of course,
is the big exception. tMatty worked
In, three games and failed to win.
The other was tied. But in each
game IMatty encountered hard luck.
H1S 'Plicning skui was just as pruiiu-
nent during all those three games, as
it was during the regular season, but
a few fozzles behind 'him and a few
"breaks" for the Red Sox "robbed him
Bender and Plank, the great pair,
have figured in four world series
Has .moved his General Merchandise combats. This year will make their
-fifth. Take their averages covering
the other series in which they have
. When you want a fact to 'become
generally known, the right wayis ro
pubiisli dt. iMrs. JoseDh Killans.
Ward No. 1. A. "A. Graham, J. E. I Peru Ind.; rwas troubled with 'belch-
Gates, W. OH. MdMahan (removed), fmS sour stomach and frequent head-
E L. Hawaii Mpail aches. She -writes: "I feel it my
wara ao. T.imer uecamp, Jain's Tablets have done 'for me.
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry) They 'have helped my digestion and
F. Goeken. N. P. Ives. R. C.'Muncas- regulated my ibowels. Since usin
Good Old 70 Proof
Corn or Gin, fin lots of
Ions", or mere,' C'!
at per j:s.llcn.
vac zi t
them I have been entirely well. For
sale 'by all dealers. adv
Tn Glass Jr-r?. Packed in two Or.
'Make 'my place your, headquarters while
' welcome and bo treated richt nt all
tion at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever dranl
'ties Kand on draft.
I on very.
,'LL IIirL'0 Oi it ii'i
' Extreme of Lzzlncts.
Noodles is the laziest man I know.
ter, X. J. iMcCranie L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Raysor, B., E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re
moved.) .T. C. Hall, Nathan Peyser,
7V T t v Tl He has an Invention vfixed so that by
Ward No. 3. John B. Brown, Jim merely pulling a wire In bed he' can
Houston, xj. 1. .Hoages, b K. Wiggins, light the fire; but that doesn't seem
iSrranss. lvk i isoti urirt Haul tn mnmra tnoHoro TtrVi
.y - - w wi uiu lib j. o 4 y ilj ; jUVb h
Webber (removed. ) Pat Gill en: J. "He's too lazy to pull the wire'
W. Lyles and J. H. JMcClymond
Ward No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Pomby, S. iM. Grubbs (renloved.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
Sistrunk (dead.) ;:"
The city council will- hear com
plaints at specialmeeting 'to ibe held
October 16, 1914, at 7: 30 o'clock P.
Llcrcbants & Llincrsl Trans Co.
J ACK SO 3 V I LL E
, . TO : P
NEW YORK J
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
t?er ic6. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etcT
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
- City Ticket Office, 2 Hogan Street
" Jacksonville, Fla.
" Whereas, an- ordinance has been
passed by the cUy of. Ocala' calling Tor
an election' to submit to the registered
voters of the city -of Ocala to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
S EVENT YFIVE THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS be issued for the purpose of
erecting and equipping .n; ELECTRIC
AUflT STATION" in connection with
ttae city WATER WORKS, and extend extending
ing extending such lines and wires as there may
b npftpssarv to furnish tihfi ffljiAns nf
M. for the purpose of restoring names Ocala with light and poWerr said bonds
to oe in the denomination or one
Thousand Dollars each, and bearing In
This the 2.6th day of September A. terest at the rate : of 41 ve per cent, per
I annum. rvn hie .1 n t n t lcto than ttn
D. 1914. t H. C. Sistrunk," nor more than thirty years from date
City clerk and ex-office supervisor of Ki-ef ore. by virtue 5f auth'or-
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf vested lnthe undersigned as mayor
T s I of the said city of Ocala, ..! hereby pro
claim and order an election (held on the
TONED UP THE SYSTEM
in the aid city ot 'Oeala to determine
whether or notrtne saia city or Ocaia
Chamberlain Tablets have done 3 ?rounri
mon for .me than l ever dared 'hope dars for the purpose of 'erecting and
Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several
bottles of "these ta'blets a few. months
equipping an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA
TION in connection with the city
WATER WORKS, and extending; such
lines and wires as there may be nec-
They not only cured 'me of bil-jessary to furnish the citizens of Ocala
ious attacks, sick headaches and that wil?n
tired feelingibut toned, up my whole 1 sand Dollars each; bearing interest at'
svstem For sale bv all dealers -ad. the rate of five per cent., ana? payaoie
than thirty years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint B. A, Weathers,
L. P. Ballard 'and J. H. Livingston as
inspectors and Isaac Stevens as cleric.
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
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of fhe city
of Ocala this the 25tb day of Septem September,
ber, September, A. D. 1914. .
(Seal) J. D ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: TL C. HISTRUNK, City Clerk.
OCALA FRATEREIAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
QIarion-Dunn Lodge So. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until 'further notice.
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ORDER iOP -EASTERN STAR
Ocala 'Chanter. 'No. 29. O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's halMhe second and j
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. .M.
Miss,' Florrle Condon, Secy.
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Tulula Lodge No22, I. Q. O. F.,
meets In Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. 'L. Colbert, Secretary.'' v
KNIGHTS 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. Cober; C,C. ?
Chas. K. (Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
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WOOD3IEN OF THE WORLD
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, C. C.
, Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
A. D. BROOKS
Stock from Main Street, next doQr
to the City Mraket to ihe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now- located in
handsome new Corner Store,
nolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
TRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
' AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
figured, count up the hits they have
permitted, the strike-outs scored,
the (bases on 'balls given and number
of games won and lost and you will
find that they totaled around their
grand average for all the years -they
"haip been in the tblg league.
And so, in face of this condition,
doesn't it sem like a lot of bunk
for so lmany folks to figure that the
Braves will "crack" during the
world series that the Braves should
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Tovns Printed in Capitals arc Reached Exclucivc!
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8: 30 pi 'mi.
visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postofneo.
J. p. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month, Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth, Tuesday even
Ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite -postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary.f Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
Fairfield, 3uval County
IRegular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R., A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. in. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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HE SAYS EUROPEAN CONFLICT
IS NOT A WAR. BUT A
JNew York, Oct. 6. "It is not war,
it i3 a holocaust. The greatest
slaughter in the world's history is
going on behind the censorship cur curtain
tain curtain in France. When the world
learns of the price that4 has been paid,
it will be staggering, sick at heart."
That wasthe way Rev. James Glal Glal-loy
loy Glal-loy of San Francisco, who landed
here yesterday 'from the -Mauritania,
summed up the European war. For
two weeks and five days Father 3Ial 3Ial-loy
loy 3Ial-loy .was on the actual firing line. He
was in (London when the war began,
and on August" 1 7 was invited; to ac accompany
company accompany a British expedition' to
iFrance as a Catholic chaplain.
German 3lbve Like a Forest
. "We sailed on iAuguk i;lS," said
the priest. "I was assigned to the
transport .that carried 'Sir John
French, the commander, of the Brit British
ish British expedition. We landed at Bou Boulogne.
logne. Boulogne. Then we were sent-to Mons
to become the left, wing of the great
French army that went north to re relieve
lieve relieve the Belgians. The Britisn ex
pedition comprised three army corps,
probably 150,000 men.
"We, went Into action on August
22. For the next two days we wrere
fighting continuously night and day.
There seemed an unaccountable host
of Germans. As they swept. down on
the British position, they were like a
moving forest all grey-green and
hardly discernible until well within
rifle range. ; J' ; ',.
"Imagine If you can the entire
horizon filled with a swiftly moving
mass that at a distance hore no re resemblance
semblance resemblance to human 4)eing. As the
mas3 moved forward the, shells from
th(e great German field-artillery Tain Tain-ed
ed Tain-ed over our.heads, exploding with a
concussion that made it almost im impossible
possible impossible for one to ..breathe. Then
with their (bands playing them into
action and singing 'Die Watch Am
Rhein, the Germans would charge at
"Poor fellows, they ; neverj had a
chance against our 1 lines. The
British were strongly entrenched
along the front, every conipany con contained
tained contained fully three 'hundred men In
files five deep. As our rifles are the
best in ..the world and our shots won wonderfully
derfully wonderfully expert, the Germans were
doomed from the outset. Steadying
their rifles on the tops of the
trenches, the British fired at will,
could not miss. As ithe Gernians
were in massed formatfori, every
bullet found not less than two marks
and sometimes three or four.
v Slaughtered with Bayonets
"The poor fellows would; come
down like chaff 'before a great fire.
Whole companies would fall to together.
gether. together. The wounded would squirm
out of the masses of the dead and
try to go on, and then it became nec nec-cessary
cessary nec-cessary again to shot them. The
sights that T saw -ttiere showed me
that this was not war, ibut a terrible
holocaust, and that the cost of hu human
man human lives wpuld be almost impossible
of comprehension. 5 J
' "Besides the slaughter with' the
rifle there was organized killing with
the cold -steel. The Germans persist persisted
ed persisted in their attack and 'the British
commanders rushed their men for forward
ward forward with fixed 'bayonets. It was
hand to hand, fighting with a veng vengeance,
eance, vengeance, but Invariably the Jonger
knife bayonet of the British soldier
prevailed and the enemy would be
compelled to retreat in disorder.
Only a Few Little Men Left
"But how the Germans sdid pound
that, British line at Mons! They
came on, and on and on, never stopping,-
never faltering. It was like
the waves of a .blue-gray sea rolling
up thru the fog. One wave would
break and die away, 'but another
would be right behind, it pushing it
uu inexoraDiy. ine uerman com commanders
manders commanders threw their men Into the
face of the British fire with absolute
recklessness, counting on the weight
of numbers to overwhelm us.
"To see those German lines move
forward was like watching regiments
of toy soldiers pushed across a table.
You'd see a long row of pale blue
blocks, topped with spiked helmets,
break from cover and come rushing
at you. Then a British gun at your
elbow wBuld speak, a shell would
drop right into the midst of thai blue
block, a great hurling up of smoke
and soil and the" block would be
gone. Nothing left but a few little
men madly running' back .thru the
haze of powder smoke.
French Army Defeated
"While the British were gaining a
series of successes the French were
being defeated on our right. They
were unable to hold the Germans and
their rifle fire was almost as bad a3
was. that of the Germans. And finally
the British rere ordered to. fall back
jn order that they might, not be en enveloped
veloped enveloped by the -Germans and cut oft.
"While. the, British have an advan advantage
tage advantage In their rifle fire, the German
shell fire is tremendous. It is hard
to describe. There is a sm. II lilll with
a company of British soldiers. A
German aviator flies over their
heads. He signals the range. A
number'of shells are dropped. They
explode. The hill has disappeared,
and the place Is a great hole filled
with dead men. Their trenches have
become their graves. .
, "iNow, I want lo emphatically der
ny the stories of Germany atrocities.
They took better care of our wound wounded
ed wounded than they ditf of their own. We
found the British men lying on cots
or great piles of soft goods, their
wounds carefully bandaged' and
cleanly cared for. At these same
places many of the' German wounded
were forced to He on piles of straw
arranged Tor them In the stables and
outbuilding. So wounded were muti mutilated,
lated, mutilated, as has (been charged. The peas peasants
ants peasants admitted that the German com commanders
manders commanders while terribly strict, were
kindly. Of course there was sus
picion that the peasants '.were aiding
the enemy, there was Immediate exe
cution without trial. But you must
remember that this is war, not peace,
and many things must 'be expected in
lira iipiDmiip Ihoirstfe,
K J J."J M M
It cannot cause
stomach or liver
Pure beer is Health Health-ful
ful Health-ful food decayed
food is not healthful.
Any beer in light
bottles is in danger
No one who values
health should risk
taking tainted food
into the stomach.
See that Crown is
TOOK CARE OF
THE ART TREASURE
German General Proved that he and
His 3Ien Were Not Barbarians
Paris, Oct. 6. Duke "Ernst Gun-
them of Schleswig llolstein, brother-
in-law of the German emperor, with 4
other Germans, recently1 visited Pier-
refonds, a 'French town eight miles
southeast of Compeigne, where Cle
ment IBayard, aParIs manufacturer,
has a home. vEnterlng M. Bayard's
house the duke left for the manufac
turer an autograph not reading:
"I retsore your- home with its
beautiful objects of art in the same
state as I found them; without break
ing or damaging, as the servant's can
testify.; You see the Germans are
not harbarians, as has been charged."
APPLY" SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
Your attacks of lumbago aro not
nearly so hopeless 'as they seem.
Yon can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Gloan's
Liniment on : the 'back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields (perfectly to Sloan's,1 which
penetrates quickly all In thru the
sore tender muscles, iimbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 23
cents of any druggist and 'have it In
the house against cold's, sores" and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments Your
money ftack if not satisfied; tout It
does give almost instant relief
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
tre i a a xr trl rati : Vi n Vi
Wb.V S.H Ub4 VW fall VM VJ-lCtrl, IUC
I co-partnership of Paul J. Theus and
Robert tL. Singleton tas co-partners
lately doing 'business 'under, the .firm
name: and style of Theus-Zachry Co.,
is hereby mutual consent dissolved.
Paul J. Theus.
-8-tuds Robert L. Singleton.'
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fJOcOTj in Brovn Bzl&z
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When the opportuntiy 13 cL:r.l
you? Our system of fcllirv- c;;!;-
for SPOT CASH enables us to
. cell coeds at a lower pric3 t:..';
you can get at a credit store. Y.'o
"'have.-no ."4ead ..beat"v accour.'.
that the responsible customt :
helps to pay. Call and let -ns cr. cr.-'
' cr.-' vinco you tl::.t ,can cr j j
...money, on your. GIlCC;:ii:::S.
v i r ".-0 on?" i f i 1 -f ;?
Next to' Burnett's
. On Fort Kii::; Avcnno
: Board and Coo mo.
j Bates ncasonabla. i
03 NORTH 3LIN GT.
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The Carmichael &. Sons Co,
1 16 N. Magnolia'Street
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THE OCAL EVENING STAR, TCESDAY, OCTOHTK C, 1014.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
School .board in in session today.
Mooose meet Thursday evening.
F. U. of A. fmeets Thursday night.
Woodmen meet t?day night.
! Try, KREGER'S ice cream. 9-24-tf
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There will be no baseball game this
week. The season is about over.
The very latest novels at KREG KREGER'S:
ER'S: KREGER'S: 10-5
County commissioners are in ses session.
sion. session. .
Go to KREGER'S for the best ICE
.CREAM in Ocala. 9-2f4-tf
A barrel of cranberries just re received
ceived received at Cam-Thomas Co. 1 0-6-3 1.
When you need stationery, go to
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. lO-'o
GeTig's assorted chocolates at 3
cents per jound. 9-20-tf
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the (water at KREGER'S. tf
. Onion sets at Bitting & Knight's
drug store. 9-28-tf
" DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
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Barrel of dill pickles just received.
-Cam-Thomas Company, 1 0-1-1 1
-(Now is the time, to plant Ryo'for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10.1-tf
New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Storei 10-1-tf
Qlr. G. W. Neville, cashier of sie
Bank of Dunnellon, was in the; city
The county judge has issued a1
marriage lipase to Mr. Harry Erick-
I Bon and Miss Jennie Lee Summers, a
Vcouple living earfKendrickt
Qliss Minnie Gamsby will give a
limited number of pupils lessons In
singing. Special attention to correct
voice production. Garcia's method.
Apply 8 14 Fort King ave. 9-3 (KGt
"Mr. Matthew Summers, of Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood was brought to the (Marion
County Hospital the other day. He
was suffering from a severe attack of
fever, but is doing well now.
air. Oliver Fort of the Moss Bluff
section was in town today and pald
this office a pleasant call. Mr. Fort
says 'everything looks bright around
We are sorry .to learn 'of the -very
serious Illness of Master J. P. Phil-
11r. ." t,. ,V,nm.' 4r Vls f-tr "PV.
alps l ilia xiimxlg iu ,iuis v-i i-j i i uc
little fellow' has (been ill for several
days hut nothing serious was antic
ipated until a turn for the worse last
We are socry to learn of the .pass
ing of Sujl goobXrlend Mr. Charley
Hoot "sAM homen-Jacksonville
Sunday., fMr. Root was a rsidnt of
this city fif teen years a g
ho will toe paWT-trrf
teuTU""vfrf sril eat h His lllnesa was
of longouration and when the end
came he was surrounded by a large
mber of his family circle.
As the northbound Coast Line
train was crossing Oklawaha avenue
this afternoon, the holts that hold the
hrakebeam in place on the trucks of
the express car worked' loose and let
the beam fall to the ground. The
yardmen soon had the trouble r em-
died and the train proceeded on its
If you are a member of the Sons
of Confederate Veterans, don't fail
to attend the meeting Friday night
next at the court house. Delegates
to the statermeeting at Lakeland are
to he elected, and other important
"business attended to.
ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P; A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
yeihe, official observer for, the gov government.
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Oct. 5 .
Forecast for' this Evening and
Unsettled tonight and Wednesday,
5Mr. H. H. Brand, the hustling com commercial
mercial commercial agent for this division of the
Atlantic Coast Line, is home from a
vacation at Glen Springs, S. C. SMr.
Brand was quite sick when he went
away a couple of months ago, but he
is now much better, and feels like
wading into .his winter's work with
increased "vigor. Since 4ils appoint appointment
ment appointment here, Mr. -Brand 'has made lots
of friends for himself and his road.
He Is a very pleasant gentleman to
meet and a great hustler for (busi (business.
ness. (business. -'
. One of the sights at 'Gerig's drug drugstore
store drugstore Is a twist of tobacco, that looks
like' a wicker-covered demijohn, and
isn't much-smaller. It was Talked
and cured In Tennessee, and was
given to Mr. Cerlg ,by Captain Henry
Mr. Gerig will give it to any man
who will guarantee to chew; or smoke
it all in one day.
Mr. G. T. Maughs has just return returned
ed returned from Jacksonville, where he at attended
tended attended the funeral of C. iL. ftlyers, an
old and esteemed citizen. iMr. Myers
was superintendent of the P. & O. S.
S. Co., and years ago was a high of official
ficial official of the Southern Express Co.
, Pay Your 1015 Licenses Now
' 1-9 15 state 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 Cjther information
on request. Respectfully,
; W. 'E. Smith, County Judge.
W. iL. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-30t
v He Kept on Climbing.
"Have you ever heard Jimkins re
late about the time he got half way up
Mont Blanc with on of his little
nephews and no guide?" asked one
man of another. J'How long ago did
he tell you about it?" was the evasive
reply. .'Last March, when he'd just
got home," said the first man. TWell,"
said the other, "in eight months since
then he has climbed the rest of the
way, succored a fainting guide and
sustained a snowstorm on the summit,
resuscitated two benumbed stranger?
on the way down and guided the en entire
tire entire party to the foot, where a group
of frantic relatives was waiting."
a journej tery mucn out or tne or ordinary
dinary ordinary is reported from Edmonton.
Canada, from which point five men suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in making an 800 mile automo
bile trip to Peace River Crossing on
or near. Lesser Slave lake, a district
usually regarded as sub-arctic, and
certainly virgin country so far as
automobile travel is concerned. A
photograph from Edmonton shows the
five men fishing in good old Hudson
bay style through the ice of Lssser
biave lakewlth the autbmpbile In the
near -distance. Couriers du bois usu usually
ally usually engage In the latter operation to
get fish for themselves and their dogs,
but the automobile never starves1 as
long as they fuel holds out The Jour-
uey prooapiy wa3 not difficult, for the
trail undoubtedly has been broken.
Still it Is rather startling to think of
'an automobile running up almost Into
the wood buffalo and musk-ox coun country,
try, country, but not more indicative of mod mod-era
era mod-era progress than the rumor that
reaches us, of regulations to be laid
,46wn by the government relative to
the crossing of the great Mississippi
migratory bird belt by aeroplanes. -Forest
KEEP YOUR STOMACH AND
A vigorous stomach, perfect work working
ing working liver and regular acting bowels is
guaranteed if you use 'Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They insure good di digestion,
gestion, digestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic effect on the
whole system 'purify the 'blood and
rid you of all (body 'poisons thru the
bowels. Only 2oc. at your drug druggists.
gists. druggists. tues-thrs-fri-w
Wonderful Set of DIthea.
What Is said to be the most costly
set of dishes ever made was recently
shown at an exhibition in St. Peters
burg. It consisted of thirty-six hand hand-J
J hand-J colored plates. This set has an esti-
mated value of $18,540, a single plato,
therefore, being worth $515. It is th
property of Count Orloff-DavidoS.
STIMULATING THE SALE
'1 OF COTTON GOODS!
The (Atlantic. Coast Line has sent
out the following letter to its agents:
A movement originating in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, supported by the wives
of cabinet officers, and other ladies,
has been Inaugurated with the view
of stimulating the sale of cotton
goods during the week .., beginning
October 5th; v v .. vVv Jv"."N:.:
It is felt that such an effort Nrill
have a far reaching effect in promot promoting
ing promoting the sale of products of our prin principal
cipal principal staple; that It will cause mer merchants
chants merchants to buy increased supplies, and
thereby stimulate the ';' manufacture
and sale of cotton, and that money
otherwise stagnant I will thus be
hrought hack into circulation.
Such a movement, as indicated
above, meets the approval of this
company, and agents and other of officials
ficials officials or employees are earnestly re requested
quested requested to lend their hearty support
to the scheme, and. to secure therefor
the co-operation of the newspapers,
merchants and other business nen In
their respective communities. 'Z v'
This Is one practical method of as assisting
sisting assisting ourselves, at a time when aid
is necessary, and of .developing a
market for goods which we ourselves
produce. 'X-r v "-.'
. Please use every means in yopr
power to make this movement, a suc success,
cess, success, and "urge assistance from your,
iocal newspapers, your .business peo people
ple people and your personal -friends.
Dr. W. K. Iiane Specialist, Eye.
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala.-Adv. .? r
. XOTICE OF, ELECTION t
Whereas, the Legislature of 1913,
under the Constitution of 1885. of the
State of Florida, did pass three Joint
Resolutions proposing amendments to
the Constitution of .the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the same were agreed to by a"
vote of three-flfths of all the member?
elected to each house; that the votes
on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with
the yeas and: nays thereon, and they
did determine and direct that the said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General
Election in November, 1914.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, H. CLAY
CRAWFORD Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give notice
that a -..
will be held, in each county in Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday t In November, A. D. 1914, tfce
said Tuesday being the ':. l
'Thlnl' Day of November '-
for the ratification or rejection of the
said Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Florida, viz: :
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
an Amendment to Section Six (6) of
Article Eight (8), of the Constitution
of the State of Florida i Relating to
County Officers. r ,i
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida: : s , ;r-
That the; following amendment' to
Section Slx(6) of Article Eight 8J, of
the Constitution of the State of; Flor
Ida is hereby agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
at the general election to be held on
the first Tuesday in November. A. D.
1914, for ratification or rejection:
Section 6. The Legislature shall
provide for the election by the qualified
electors In each county of the follow following
ing following county, officers: A Clerk of. the
Circuit Court, a Sheriff, Constables., a
County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Col Collector,!
lector,! Collector,! a Superintendent of Publiq. In Instruction
struction Instruction and a County Surveyors The
term of office of all. County officers
mentioned in this Section shall .be for
four years, except that of County As Assessor
sessor Assessor of Taxes and County Tax Collec Collector,
tor, Collector, who shall be elected for two years
until at the general election to be held
in the year ; A. u. 1916, when and after
that they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their powers, duties
and. pompensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature, shall provide
by law for the care and custody of all
County funds and shall provide; the
.method of reporting and, paying out all
such funds; t
Provided. County Treasurers elected
in General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of. Florida, Relating to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia: ': :.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature-of
the State of Florida: .i
That the following amendment" to
Section 16 of Article IV. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of- the State of Florida Is
hereby agreed to and shall be submit submitted
ted submitted to the electors of the State for
adoption or rejection at the' next J gen general
eral general election hereafter; that is to say,
that Section 16 of Article IV. shall be
amended so as to. read as follows:
Sec. 16. The Governor shall appoints
all commissioned officers of the State
Militia, Including an adjutant general
for the Stat twffVi ranlr of; Vt-1 era Afar
general, who shall be chief of staft.
ine duties and compensation of all of officers
ficers officers so appointed shall ft e as fixed by
law. The terms of office of all com commissioned
missioned commissioned officers of the t organized
militia shall be continuous during the
pleasure of the Governor; Subject to
such laws as may be enacted by the
Legislature providing for their retire retirement
ment retirement for age or. other causes. f
A JOINT RESOLUTION
i Proposing An Amendment to Section
, y. fV v. ui me vjonstitution,
Relating to the Judiciary. x
xse xz esoivea by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section One of Article V. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution is hereby agreed to and shall
oe proposed and submitted to the elec electors
tors electors of the State for approval or rejec rejection
tion rejection at the next general election here hereafter,
after, hereafter, that IS tO SV. said !Alnn A
of said Article shall be amended so, as
i.w icau as. luiiows: .
SeCtiOn 1. Thd 1llA1Ma1 nnnrai. A v
State shall be- vested in a Supreme
Courtt Circuit Courts, Court of Record
of Escambia County, Criminal Courts.
yuumy vouris, county judges and Jus
tices or tne Peace and such other
yuuns or commissions as the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature may Jrom time to time ordain and
establish."" ThP T.Hi!,tnr& ;r -Ti
scribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judges of the several courts, but
no court heretofore established under
me constitution ana laws of .Florida
shall be hereby abolished.
The votes cast in compliance with
said proposed amendments, and the
canvas?, declarations and returns
thereof, shall be subjected to the same
regulations ana restrictions as are pro provided
vided provided by law for general elections in
the state of Florida. x
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
Hereunto set my hand and
afflTPf! the firoot Cl v,
- . A jKW l LAIC
(Seal.) State of Florida, at Talla-
. "issee, mtf vftyiiaj. mis tne
twenty-fifth day of July, A
D. 1014. H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
7-31-wky Secretary of State.
CONCERTED MOVE TO
Tuberculoses Day will be Observed
During Week of Nov. 20th.
By sermons, lectures", motion pic pic-tures,
tures, pic-tures, exhibits and .many, tJther meth methods,
ods, methods, The'National Association for the
Study and Prevention- of Tubercalo Tubercalo-sis
sis Tubercalo-sis will enlist thousands of churches,
schools and lodges ?of ithe country in
a simultaneous educational move move-ment
ment move-ment against tuberculosis during the
week of .November 29th. The cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Is to be known a the Fifth
Annual Tuberculosis Day (Movement.
: special circular entitled ''What
Is Tuberculosis Day" as ibeen pre prepared
pared prepared and is" fceing widely 'distribut 'distributed.
ed. 'distributed. The plan of Tuberculosis Day, as
explained, in the circular, does not
necessarily comprehend a special ser
mon on tuberculosis on November
29th. If a- church, school, or lodge
gives the subject attention in any
way. during that week, this will help
In "the national educational move move-men;.
men;. move-men;. r
Outlines for lectures or sermons on
tuberculosis and "stock" talks on this
subject will be furnished free to min
isters and others who can' use-them.
Literature for, distribution in the
churches, schools, lodges and elser
where 'will' also 'be given away in large
quantities. Persons wishing such lit literature,
erature, literature, either for the preparation of
sermons or talks on 'tuberculosis, or
for distribution in public meetings on
Tuberculosis Day, should get in touch
with their local anti-tuberculosis so society,
ciety, society, or if that Is not possible, with
The 'National Association for the
Study- and Prevention of Tuberculo Tuberculosis,
sis, Tuberculosis, 1)5 East 22d Street, iNew York
A : NOTICE
Pay Your 1915 Automobile -License
and Get a Brand XeW Tag for
S 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 doing
so in open Violation .of the laws of
'Florida. All funds derived from. automobile-licenses
for private use go
into- the road fund. t
(Respectfully, . i
3-3 Ot "W. L. Cklbert, Tax Collector.
"Business is the, king pin of all pro professions
fessions professions the master profession, L, be because
cause because business is the one 'fabric
woven out of all entangled activities
of a community which go to mae up
Eoplety, and society Js life.
HOPEIESS IiUXa TROUBLE
.m CUIIED ;
(Many recoveries from lung-troubles
are. due to Dr. pell's Pine-Tar-Honey-
It strengthens the jlungs,
cheeks the cough and gives relief at
once.? air. 'WitS..WilWns;Gates;K.
O., writes: "I used Dr: Bell's Pine-
Tar-Woner In a case given up as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure.'', uet a toouie; ,or .i ujtv 'i3en s
Pine-Tar-JHoney. If your cough is
dry and hacking let It trickle down
the throat, you will surely get relief.
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-
fri-,wkly 1 :
. Few ecple Valkt Properly.
The importance of a -graceful car
rlage can hardly be overestimated.
Few people walk properly. and well.
One's walk; should be easy, graceful,
and, abpve all, natural. Do not turn
the toes in, but take firm and decided decided-steps.
steps. decided-steps. Do, not bring the heels i'dbwn.
with a thump at each step, but have
them moderately long and quiet. A
wellknown writer says, "Whoever car-?
ries the chin close to the neck Is aU
right from top to too. and will walk
YOUR FAIilj COIiD NEEDS AT ATTENTION
TENTION ATTENTION iNb use to fuss? and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's -New iDiscovery, Te Te-lief
lief Te-lief follows quickly. 1 1 checks your
cold and Soothes your cough away.
Pleasant, antlceptic and "healing.
Children like it Oct a 50c bottle of
!Dr. (King' New Discovery and keep
it in the houe "Our family coagh
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham-beriain,-::.
anohester.-V Ohip-W"" Money
back if not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
Age of Talent.
According to some recently con
piled statistics, the most chemical and
medical discoveries have been made
by men ot forty years of age, Forty Forty-four
four Forty-four is t-e age at whicr a poet may
expect to do his best wurk; soldiers
and explorers tend to distinguish them themselves'
selves' themselves' n. t at the age of forty-seven;
at forty-eight years of age the com composers
posers composers and actors are at the summit
of their powers; politicians excel at
fifty-two years, philosophers at fifty fifty-four"
four" fifty-four" and hurncrists at fii' v-six. These
figures preach patience to the young
Larpenf er and Builder
Careful Estimates .made cn 'all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
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