OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER; 7, 1914
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, Paris Oct. 7. (Xoon) 4Haf a J
million men-; are '..engaged -in;; the
great .double flanking movement in
northeastern France with the Gerr
xnans.today, pressing .forward in an
efTort- to-" cut off and slirrounij "'the
French near -Arras an,d Douaf 7,
ALLIES SURPRISED "AT 'GERMAN
' ; V- AUDACITY
; The Germans are moving with Vttie;
utmost vigor. The allies are eviderit eviderit-'ly.
'ly. eviderit-'ly. surprised at : such an audacious
attempt of the enemy, r A-pew; Ger-
TOAn army has Vheen pushed sou.th sou.th-vcard
vcard sou.th-vcard from Belgium to hold a. strong
: position northwest of Lille. Part of r
the advanced lines -reach Ypres,
twenty miles "froni the-.English chan-
IS TIUMIKAVIluST FIGHTING YET
The new: front is nearly a hun hun-d
d hun-d red miles long, running at angles
toward the north from the original
line. The "hardest' Hghtlngls along
the "western; end. : .' '-'.-:''. :) v.",
YON KLUCK WILL WIX Oil DIE
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Paris, Oct. 7, 2 p. .m.- The end of
the great battle of the Aisne, .which
'commenced September 12th, is, not
yet in sight. Respite the constant
.f.ghting and shifting of activities of
the main lines,-both armies remain
The 'doughty German commander
of the German right, 1 General Von
Kkick, --seems absolutely deterniinea
to' follow the instructions of the
kaiser, to "win' or die trying. -. -.
. The Germans are projecting cav cavalry
alry cavalry into this, 'engagement .for the
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FIGHT RAGING .FltRCEXT '7-, :.
'"Paris, "I Oct.. 7. An I official' state statement
ment statement at 3 ,thi3 afterpbont says': that
the battle continues on the left wing
with great violence today. ; The op opposing
posing opposing 'fronts' extend into the region
of Lens, ten miles northeast of Ar Arras.
ras. Arras. Large cavalry forces are In ac action,
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V A TE3IPOILRV SETBACK
; ; Paris, Oct, 7. Glilitary critics,
among them Lleutent Colonel Rous Rous-sett
sett Rous-sett of the Petit iParisien, refuse to
attack any importance to the set setback
back setback or the, yielding, of territory, de declaring'
claring' declaring' them .to hetthe Inevitable re1
treats which can be -offset 'by" apro apro-gressive
gressive apro-gressive movement. The familiarity
of the French with the territory is
frequently of considerable advantage
to them. The 'marshes of St. Gond
S LEGiOriS OEEIIilED TG I'll DEATH
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near the Petit. 51 or in :a re -.vert ectly
solid In i the dry season and the Ger Germans;
mans; Germans; here ha .made all preparation
for an 'Important .surprise attack.'
The night before that rwas to occur
a heavy rain, made the swamp a reg
ular lake "and turned the position "to
the disadvantage of the Germans.
The French merely stuck Ao their po positions,
sitions, positions, and while the" en esriy was in
distress in; the soggy ground annihil annihilated
ated annihilated : large' numbers with their artil artillery
lery artillery fire.'-, ;
GERMANS VXDEK A GREAT
' STRAIN (':'"'.:;'::,
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Lon do ix; Oct'. 7 The "Xews cor correspondent
respondent correspondent at Copenhagen telegraphs
the following;' M
! "Vivid accounts of the fighting
appear in the German newspapers
and the writers admit the situation
is desperate. ,The Norddeutsche All All-gemeine
gemeine All-gemeine eitung, -describing the
frontier "fighting in the Vosges, re
" 'The officers and -men have been
fighting ;d ay and night for thirty thirty-seven
seven thirty-seven days and the Germans are fac facing
ing facing a difficult strategic situation in
the mountain -district' where they are
rendering superhuman services, and
chiefly in water-filled trenches and
under almost indescribable condi conditions.
tions. conditions. The strain is said to be al almost
most almost unendurable. The French are
fortified in excellent positions on the
Vosges and it is impossible to see
their guns. Xo German troops have
been able to retire from the fighting
line for rest. V
SHELLS FLYING OVER RHEI3IS
AND PEOPLE HIDING IN
London,-Oct. 7. A Times dispatch
from E pern ay states' that Rheims is
still being .bombarded. Eighty civ civilian?
ilian? civilian? have 'been killed and the pop population
ulation population "is panic stricken. Gdany are
living in cellars.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders anrd tMedicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 5 Octs packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
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RUSSIANS REPORT AN UNBROK UNBROKEN
EN UNBROKEN SERIES- OF VICTORIES
OVER GERMANS AND
Petrograd, 'Oct. 7. -iRussians 'have
captured several German positions
between Lyck and Wirballen ..by bay bayonet
onet bayonet charges. The Germans have
been reinforced and are fighting
stubbornly at Bakalarsew.
The Russian left wing is steadily
advancing toward jforacow. (
The Austrian garrison attempted
another sortie at Przemysl; (but 'was
repulsed with "heavy losses. .The
Russians are hombarding the fort fortress
ress fortress from the south, southwest and
east. :.'. 7l
The German right wing, which in invaded
vaded invaded Lomza.and Suwalki has been
pushed back into East Prussia.. ; ";
A GERMAE3 BOA
SUBMARINES OF, ALBION SOME
. TERRORS THEMSELVES
London", Oct. 7. A iBritish i sub submarine,
marine, submarine, says an official statement,
sunk a "German destroyer off the
German cpast last night.
FRANK'S LAWYERS HAVEN'T
GIVEN UP THE FIGHT
Atlanta J Oct. 7. It was announc announced
ed announced here yesterday that the Georgia
supreme couri has designated (Mon (Monday,
day, (Monday, October 26, for the presentation
of arguments on the motion whereby
Leo CM. .rank seeks to have seX aside
the verdict pronouncing him .guilty
of the 'murder of dfary' Phaga'n'.in
this city on April 26i;19 13.: Frank
is, now under sentence of tleath, s His
motion tp set aside the verdict ; is
based on the claim that his constitu-
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tiorial -rights were violated when-.the
verdict was Returned during his ab absence
sence absence from the court", room. There
also is pending in the supreme court
an extraordinary motion under
which Frank seeks new trial be
cause of newly discovered evidence.
A decision on this -motion is s not ex expected
pected expected until the otheremotion is dis disposed
posed disposed oL V
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GERMAN WAR OFFICE FIGURING j
. UP A BUTCI I Ejt BI LL OF '.
- DREADFUL DIMENSIONS
Berlin, Oct. 7: (Via-Amsterdam)
TJie war' office today estimated the
losses of all the armies since the be beginning,
ginning, beginning, of the"war; at 1,600,000
killed, wounded and missing. 1
'The German loss is placed at 225, 225,-ooo,
ooo, 225,-ooo, .; :, .-
British French and Belgian, 325,-
ooo. ,r .7 : .-" :
The Russians are the, heaviest
losers, their loss in killed, wounded
and- missing being estimated at 400 400-000.
Ser-ia and lontenegro, ,85,000,
ARE KEEPING THEIR END UP,
Canadians will Send Another 20,000
Men Into the Great Combat
Ottawa, Oct. 7.-Canada will raise
and send to the front "at second array
of 20,000. The second contingent
will 'bring- the total of Canada's
force at the front up to more than
50,000 men. 1 i
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iSOUTHERN FARMERS ASK FOI
NATIONAL HELP IN DISPOS DISPOSING
ING DISPOSING OF COTTON CROP
" Washington, Oct. 7. A delegation
from the Southern. Farmers -Union,
accompanied by Senator Overman
and Congressmen' Small and Webb,
appealed to( President Wilson today
to aid In the relief of the cotton
'growers of the south. They propos
ed the establishment of a cotton pool
and the issuing of $150,000,000 to
the' national -banks, to be loaned on
warehouse, receipts up to '5,000,000
l-uales,' which, it is Relieved, (will take
derit favors, the-plan and he prom-
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BRITISH AND HEATHEN WIN IN
- KIAO CHAU BAY
; Tokio, Cct. 7. It is unofficially
reported that the German cruiser
CormoTam and two German gun gunboats,
boats, gunboats, were sunk in Ki&o Chau bay
by Japanese and British warships.
The Shantung railroad to Chinan
has been seized hy the Japanese.
PRETTY CORNER LOT
'.The .pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
Ocala church for sale. Very, cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll, 9-8-tf
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M n .A T)- NO MORE
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DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YCU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.:
Compare Material and Workmanship vith others
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Berlin, Oct. ,7, via Am.-terd 'm.
An official' statement today r.
that the French have rain-,! r
gfound alon gthe .Icusc river, :i it
declarer the' German riht win; un under
der under General Von Eochr has tucc. -fully
f,:inkcd the alike; 'and. fore. ,1
them to rush reinforcements to tl.o
front to avert retcat.
situation unchanged c:; : r :
mans have retired to poir.t.'
Meu?3 and new posiiicn.j have li:s
occupied y the Fi .nci, kuu ti.
general situation there iz uncLiangcl.
Severe fighting, is In progrei:.: on thu
western end of the battle line, hio
the German attach W threaten!.:;; to
forco the allies to retreat. :"
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Tho 'all of Ant-.verp is'ilku-ed-tcr
bo a matter of c:i!y a f Z.jwvz,
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Berlin, Oct. 7. (Wink-?, to C.y C.y-ville)
ville) C.y-ville) It Is announced thlr, r.f.'. r r-n'oon
n'oon r-n'oon that tv.-o more of the fr:rt;:
Antwerp have 'been ta'ren by the Ger German
man German 3. The forts are ur.al; t'j rc-
nvintYTHiNG loot::; GO()i i:;
The situation in tho 1 east is un unchanged..
changed.. unchanged.. The Germans aro r landing
firaragainst the -Jluz tan sttachs end
the Austrian army in Galicia is drfv drfv-ing
ing drfv-ing the Rusiians hack and 1n tli-t
south making "gains 'against. 'Zorvir,
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massacre ri:port;:j or chris
tians by ?ionA:r?:::j)A:;s
Athens, Oct. '7. .Mohammedans
are .plundering and killing .Chris
tians in Albania, according to .dis
patches from Janina. Many villages villages-about
about villages-about Berat have' been burned, and
200-men, women, and children mac-
Our. candicivare always frcjh and
aro kept in cool, storage cases.
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THE OCAIjA, EVENING STAxi, WEDNESDAY. OCTOI5EK 7, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLW PROPRIETORS
It. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
. PHONE 31
One year, in advance. . .$3.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.50
Three (months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance. .... .50
One year- in advance.
Six months, in advance.
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN, U. 'FUETCHER.'
, For Congressman, 2nd District:
Uor Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
27or Justice-of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKUEFORD.
57. !M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL. .
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.'
For Tax tsseisor:
For Tax Collector:
'.-W L. COLBERT.
J?qt County Treasurer:
JOHN fM. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
J. T, HUTCHINS. .-,'.
WALTER LUFF MAN.'
N. A. v FORT.
S. R. PYLES.
For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT. V
B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM. V
Many more things would be done
if people did not lose so much tfme
arguing how they should be done.
Florida are not much disposed just
now to. contribute money for such a
purpose. The members of the com commission
mission commission are an honorable and ener energetic,
getic, energetic, aggregation of leading citizens,
and under more auspicious circum circumstances
stances circumstances would probably succeed in
ANOTHER HOME INDUSTRY
MAY COME TO OCALA
At the meeting of the board of
governors of the Board of Trade
Tuesday night, several leading; citi citizens
zens citizens of Burbank were present, with
a proposition that the peanut butter
factory of that place be removed to
OCALA HEARD OF
". IX NEW ENGLAND
A prominent citizen of Manches Manchester,
ter, Manchester, X: H., who has received some
Marion county literature, writes to
Secretary Rooney as follows:
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secretary. ;.
Dear Sir: Received literature on
(Marion county. Shall read it with
The peanut 'butter factory of Bur-Ureat interest as to the, possibilities
bank has been in successful opera-1 nr
tion for some time. It can use tid or,fu r ,t f viiMnv
for myself; of course it is the best
140 bushels of1 peanuts a day; and
manufacture a ton-of butter. The:
way. iWIshing success to Marion
Roy E, Carter.
ANYTHING BETTER TIIAX
BEING RUN OVER
WILL DO BETTER XEXT WINTER
Secretary Rooney has received the
following letter from Congressman
"My dear Rooney: Yours of Sep September
tember September 30, with newspaper clippings,
resolutions, copy of constitution and
copy of letters, all relating to the
Florida Vegetable Marketing Bureau
and referring also to my bill with
relation to fixing a new schedule of
rates for vegetables, citrus f ruit3
and other fruits on a- mileage basis,
received. I am very glad indeed to
butter it makes is of superior jual- county, I am, Respectfully,
Ity. Most of it gqe3 4to the northern
markets, but a good deal of it is
used in Ocala, and the Star has heard
our people pronounce It to be as
good as, the best
The owners of the factory are
dolns verv well at Burbank. -but 'London. Sept. 30. Letters from
rfmn a ifvi fnf fi,0 wr front, arriving how in London,
.facilities of a bigger town, and in the sent bj the 4roo?s in he .trenches
expectation of enlarging the -business I relatives, at nome, give .some m
and the plant. v texectlng sidelights on the -war.
x Ammnta vmH v r ifor A young officer who has seen' the
J.M. Meffert. George MacKay and J. whole urse,.of the campaign from
v. nw ,oo ,nT fn'iv nJthe landing of the British troops,
the matter and report to the board.
There are large possibilities Inl
"I wish you would try to make the
VERY farmer "who ma!:c3 our town LI :-ar!
this community. TLo fact that Lo :.i a
rnal:c3 much difTcrenco to Lira vLc:: ho c
of our town is" his ovn prosperity.
But ?hen ho sends hiz money to t?.? mail order he : : 2 Hi
stop to thini: that uiz is not ::2Lr;:;G TO PAY Til
"our. local', me?
this peanut butter factory.' Peanuts ip -uBau uuueiautuu
are one of the most prolific products stt,d 'most exceedingly
of (Marion county, and Ocala should thankful that they are living on an
have an immense factory to work un isIand and DOt in he mIdst of lhe
the raw material that the farmers 6f dreadful things which are 'happenin
the surrounding country can easily
on the continent. Do enforce nponhnoMC TOYTIJ
TAXES IN HIS OWN COMMUNITY;
assessed taxes, tut that he is not hc!?in
neccrcsxj to sujrori the community.
Tha mnll crCzr m2n hza cicalul-.Iy hd !-!:.--; t-In t!
plays th''part.;of;a;fish8rmarh6tro!Un'3 'a .1
vhtro ha thinks tha best f.-hlnj is to Ls fc. rsd, and eft
ha d:p2rt2.' The rr.zll crdzr r.:zn dacj'r-t ccr.trlbrjt '.j
cemmunity. lis ;rcly z::zy 1ror:: V.
rr ;"n;a:Jfarmre.ead.3"-fc!3'::donara t'lajEi-iil t.jde
certain amount cf improvement", say, i izz ten? ;ir.
cur county. Tho :I1 order me:i dc i.ct hcl i"
local Etcrc&ceper. disa.'H"5;' i' "' m : :'. ,: r vi :
if w keep' 'the1 dollars' at-' hemV they;' will kt tip .en .... ;
"upe nt "at ho rae,xem8 Jto m s ; to,-'ro ost...";1;Th s y . ces m back
town and county inilltutlcr;: "Ve hv:. r .ns
' In -rQr: cemmunity;. a n-d -: It-'seems '' a tm m o'- to:-1
'mall rdei: houses'wherevveVwItl .'iicvsr cs" tti
;;;:;;:;,T11e dollars w:.vsen Lelp 11: a Ei,."i!;
;in"EnropQ''or at:tho Ecashbre-'TIllY .11'
iiobili: aid to nipp on r r
If 'we; keep! these Isamo-l dollars ,.t Lci'o tl,
roads ia bur" otto county. Of. cr:?:-::. :
the '.city, ..Iwhlch .-helps ;; to pavo .ilia ; streets c :
; towndon'fcy tnefitbyvlthaLl'lTl-crefore,; tho'. t ;
; our- money- nt-home, 1 where; it' ?illj: do :u.s ro::
-;'OUIiLlLDCAL.' JtlERCHANTS -$mVi THE ;DOI
VANTAGE' BY HELPING TO PAY 71111 TAIIE3 II
OTTTRm' TO RTJILD GOOD ROAE. EV
RAILROADS HELP THE
. BUY A BALE 3IOV123IEXT
Yesterday the Star published a let
ter showing that the Atlantic Coast
Line was afdins: the "Buy a Bale"
get these documents and shall nnt movement, and today the following
them to the best possible use. I
think it extremely doubtful that we
-ffrill.be able to get any such legisla legislation
tion legislation through at the present session
of Congress, but next winter we may
be .able to accomplish" something.
"With best wishes, I am
" Yours ;Yery truly,
.""Uiiiising T)y the number of liars
''this war has developed, the lake of
fire and brimstone will have to be
Albert of- Belgium
Tlie 'Miami Herald fears that ill
treatment of Americans in 'Turkey
will involve the United States in war
with that nation As the Star has
aforesaid, Americans in Turkey have
generally 'been well treated.. And If
the United States, wouldn't fight for
the way its people have been treated
In Mexico, it isn't likely to fight
for anything short of invasion.
only crowned' head who has so far
been under 'fire. He is one king
.whom a republican can respects
The apple crop in the northern
-states is so great that in some sec sec-:tions
:tions sec-:tions the surplus fruit is hauled to
'h.e cities and given to the poor.
from the Seaboard comes along:
Jacksonville, Oct. 6, 1914.
;Mr. John Boisseau, C P. L.; Ocala.
(Dear :Sir: You shave 'probably re
ceived a circu later letter sent out by
our vice president, Mr. Capps, under
date of September 28th, (relative to
cotton expansion sale week 'beginning
October '5th. ; "; ;
I wish that you would call on the
various dry goods houses at once and
also get the newspapers to give this
cotton goods matter good mention
and in this way encourage the var various
ious various stores to make a specialty of
alLkinds of cotton goods during this
expansion sale nveek, making cotton
the feature of their window displays.
Yours truly, ; JS.. J. Phillips,
Asst. (Jen. Passenger Agent.
Osrar TM. Eaton, ex-citizen of
4 Ocala, mayor of Lakeland and ''pop-
""-jilar and efficient conductor on the
Ooast Line, has resigned the former
- Keels for vthree great battleships
will be laid down. In American ship ship-3ari3
3ari3 ship-3ari3 in the next few weeks. The
big thunderboats will be named the
California, Idaho and Mississippi.
They will 'be superdreadnaughts of
32,00.0. tons apiece, and will be able
to- outfight anythihg of their-size
afloat. The' government should also
have about a hundred submarines
built to guard harbors and back, up
the big ships. '.
the public that England must fight
this out, and 'must conquer t even if
it has to spend .the. -blood of Its
oung men like water. It will be
far 'better that, every family thruout
(England should have to suffer sor-
tow fo one of its members than that
'England should have to go thru sim-
ilar ordeals to those which the con-
tinental countries are suffering.-.
"The sight of oldwomen and men
fleeing from village to village:
you n g mothers fwith "babies in arms
with their few (personal -effects on
their .backs, or In some, fortunate
cases with, their goods and chattels chattels-surrounding
surrounding chattels-surrounding the aged gradmother
in an old farm cart, drawn 'by a nag
too venerable, to be of service to the
state; this is Ttfhat one has .seen
daily. Picture to yourselves our
night marches with burning, villages
on all sides set fire by German shells
and the Germans have 'been rather
careless whether their shells struck
fortified and defended positions or
open ones. 'in some cases tner nrea
were caused Intentionally by mau;
rading patrols. .'
Do not imagine that things are
not going well with us.. We are all
satisfied and confident of' the end;
but at the same time the only possi-
'';;;'-: f-The'merchan ts', of :-eur;tawn
community. They zrz a p:rV"
p:y a major pcriicn cf tho tr""
thy must-pay end ths mcrs V-xzz
Improvements vs can hvc.
. Unless ve aro careful end t-t
our cost that1 tho tiltimato result c f
tralization of all cf to country b:
des traction of tho financial Intcrr-1-
way to prevent this 13 to stop r -Zir.z c:r c:
' Let the dollars come horns rr. : .. Tlr
in th 1
came home to rocsi If we do nzt z z r.
locally will circle around and kcrp t
get mora dollars from outside to tz:z ti.
mattcrto do this. THE GAFCCT THinn V.
nUT TO SPEND THEM AT HOMil WITH
. If -we had- ahv. exrectaticn that tl i m
thing to help .our community, .fair. ralr.ht
chance. Ho comes to U3 la the cr.io cf an
representations, false -prbmisQ3. and a rcc.
welcome the opportunity to again place c:
dupes. There isn't sk grain, cf kindness I:i I
his cash" In advance and .vch ycu th.?t v!.!:
no redress. You Jiave nq ric-t3 thnt Lj ir.
Th mere fact thativvs are silly cr.:"7,h
our own. community, to a ctranr, th cr-ly Injurlr c
pects and jecpardlzlna cur own prcrpsrity, Ju-.ti:: i;
can take the meet outrageous liberties with ht..
Bread cast on the watera will rct-m, : :
ordef house. Turkeys "will come homo to rco-t, i
TITTT nOL.TjARFl WILL. COT.ID HOI.., TO HOC
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IN CIRCULATION IN OUR' HOME TO,.:?. TIU i.
IS HOPEFUL OP ALRiWA
Cnmn To rro onrt hCnlhxr lAnlrmff
1 t B -1!.U. J-t, ,T),..- srl
ouncnes oi unaiia, iu Hio ble end can (be gained by sacrifice on
iraae winaow mpabi, iew ; UB the part of those at home only. All
aav auntcieu uuiire.uu .avmw Is weJ1 wlth me preS0naJly; I have a
comment from the passers by. busy, time, but ft Is most interesting
A Star reporter, stopping into tne i Qrk
Board of Trade room Saturday,
Our, natures will have v to change
sreatly if we can meet some people
In Heaven without wondering' how
the Almighty had the. bad taste to
admit them -to the golden streets.
, If the Russians should .'win .a
sreat victory at Cracow, the "war
may end this winter. If they are re repulsed,
pulsed, repulsed, or die battle is a draw, the
contest may go on till next winter.
iLieutenaift Porter and his im immense
mense immense aeroplane America are on
their way across the1 Atlantic to help
(Britain fight Germany. Lieutenant
Porter is an English, officer, and the
Star aright now sees a big bill for
damages from Germany to the Unit United
ed United States when the war is over. If
Germany -wins, ;that bill and -several
others will be backed up by -a big
The kaiser Is said to have prom promised
ised promised a special decoration to the first
aviator who drops a bomb in Lon
don. The bomb will be more likely
to Mil women and children than
A move is on foot to establish an
annual state fair in Jacksonville. The
oiur ininKs it would De the proper
thing to do. It should be heldsome
time in. the winter, when both the
people of the state and the north
ern tourists could attend it in large
numbers. The Star will be glad to
boost the plan.
The commissioners of St. Johns
-pmmtv have amronriated $300 to
J41t tTift worlc of a ffirls canning Colonel George Harvey visited the
-club. 'Every girl properly instructed I White House the other day and had
-cvill 'be w-orth at least ? SO 00 to the
county. ; J ',
Among the burdens that .France
lias to carry In the wrar is the sup support
port support of a million or two of Belgians
and their own people from the north
of France, driven from their homes
and Tendered destitute.
Williston's new basket mill will
open (Nov. 1. It till manufacture
SO 00 crates a day and increase the
pay rolls of Williston by $2000 a
month. This makes two basket mills
for Williston, 'which for its size-has
ffrsv equals in (hustle in .Florida.-
a cordial reception from President
Wilson. Let us all nope CMarse iHen
ry watterson Is placated now. He
would have saved himself much wear
and tear on the disposition if he had
never hecome unplacated
found County '.Demonstrator S.. J. Mc Mc-Cully,
Cully, Mc-Cully, who was busy figuring on al
falfa and other agricultural" : possi-
bilities. V v t t :
; Mr. .McCulIy -believes airaita is
one 'of our great coming crops, and
says iMarion county soil is partlcular-
y -well adapted to raise it. Plenty
of alfalfa means plenty of if at cattle,
which means plenty of money in the
surest sense of the term.
The reason the county hasn't gone
more heavily into alfalfa culture, has
been the absence ot an inoculation
process to acclimate the plant to our
cnil The srovernment is now fur-
Wacahoota, Oct. C. We are hav hav-g
g hav-g some good rains now every day
and 'they are filling up the ponds etc.-
Glrs. Fer'die iBruton returned Sat
urday from a visit to 'her -mother,
Mrs. Hull, of. Reddlck.
iMr. and iMrs. C. R., Curry were
shoppers in !0Hicanopy last Friday
JMiss Olivia Colson spent the week
end with .relatives near 'Willistom
sMts. 'Elvin Bruton and son left
Saturday for. a visit to her sister,
Mrs. 'Byrd of .Brooker. 'ilp. TBruton
son. xne suvu, 10 ""V was accompanied by her sister,
nishing this Inoculation, and during ome phinef of aieigh.
thfl nast vear over xnirxy iai.iut;xs
The Japanese have occupied a
Oerman island In the South Seas, for
"military Teasons' they say; not for
permanent retention. Seems to the
Star that Great Britain occupied
Egypt thirty-two years ago for "mil "military
itary "military reasons."
As the':war goes on, and we occas occasionally
ionally occasionally hear from a German who has
inside sources of information, we
have more and more evidence that
the. German people are heart and
soul in the war and have a firm be belief
lief belief they will win. Nearly all of
them, also, laugh to scorn the stories
of, discontent and exhaustion in Ger Germany.
many. Germany. They say, and there is rea reason
son reason to believe they are correct, that
the Germans 'would not have gone to
war had they not .been well prepar
ed for a long fight as well as a
If you want to write to any of the
soldier boys at !Black Point during
the rifle matches there for the next
"We have not heard much, latelyJ two and a half weeks, direct your
have had demonstration natcnes
some of five or six acres, under the
tut Ala er nf -Mr. QloCUIly. wno IS
greatly encouraged by the 'result.
Our farmers should bear in mind
what alfalfa has done ;for some or
the western states, and prepare to
begin its culture as soon as possi
ble. .. ""..;" ; -.:
Jack iMcCully is an incurable op optimists
timists optimists Looking at the spouring rain
outside, he said it was mighty nne
for sweet potatoes, cane and fall
gardens. He says sweet potatoes
may not do so very well this year,
but the acreage Is large, and there
will be plenty of the saccharine tub
we also said that the corn-crop
was pretty good, all things consider
ed, and there will be lots of hay.
Jack wants to see the day .come when
iMarion county will not ibuv corn.
hay nor meat, and believes iwe are
progressing toward it. j
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The Star thinks the Summerfield
Chronicle is going a little too far in
its criticism of the Star's Belleview
correspondent, ssne has as much
right to "root" for her home team at
a ball game as anyone, and we will
respectfully remind, the Chronicle
c i-i cx l uuii .vj ui ui en is on a ladv are
considered bad taste, to say the least,
Erom our friends, -the Florida 'State
Commission for the Panama Pacific
Exposition. We fear they have be become
come become discouraged and given up the
mtenipt. Of -a truth, the people of
letters to the state encampment
grounds, Jacksonville, Fla. There is
another Black Point, down on the
East Coast, and sometimes mail for
the soldiers goes there.
Mr. Cederick Smith spent Satur
day night and Suriday at Williston;
Mr. John Walkup,' of .Mcintosh,
and iMiss Hosalie Smith attendea
church at Verbenadale Sunday.
Mi. Frank Britt, of the' Ebernezer
section, passed through here londay.
Mrs. Y. Ql. Smith and daughter
Miss (Leola. were shopping in alica-
nopy last 'Friday. "
On next Thursday October 8th,
there will be a cemetery rworking at
the 01. !E. .Church. All the communi
ty, and any who are interested are
invited to come and .bring dinner and
help clean up the cemetery and. yard.
Mrs. tV. P. Smith and Mrs. J. M.
Smith and little son Fierce, are
shopping in (Micanopy today.
iMr&5l. P. Smith and (Miss Sosalie
Smith expect to leave Wednesday for
Palatka. where they will visit tmtl
Saturday, and then accompanied by
Mrs. Beck they will go to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they, will do their fall
and winter shopping.
in this country.
The Star hopes that Italy, Tur Turkey,
key, Turkey, Oreece, Roumania and Bul
garia will join in thenar.' -No, the
Star isn't bloodthirsty. But it be believes
lieves believes the bigger the war Js, the
quicker it -will be over, and the
longer the ensuing peace will be.
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THAT'S ALL WE AVANT 1 Ol i K)l 'U
OUR STOltE AND, SEE. YOU WILIi FIND WHAT
IN HARDWARE. THE PRICE YOU "WILL FIND L;
YOU BUY; THE QUALITY YOU WILL FIND lildir V
USE IT. ";. ' ; '
this is what :.:a:;i:: satlsfied t. tomi:i:s :.
AND BUILDS OUR lirBlNEr'S RIGGER.
.'tR3IE3IBER OUR HARDWARE .STANDS HARD WFAi:
vf b Ji
does all the devilment it is charged i.- p .,. ... . . h
with doing:, it niust 'be comDosedly
principally of terpitude. Times-Un-j
The people of' the "United States
prayed for peace yesterday, and if
either side gets overwhelmingly de
feated in the next few "days it will
blame us for ii. Times-Union.
Don't worry about the price of cot cotton.
ton. cotton. If newspaper reports are true
it will take all of this year's crops to
bind up the wounds of Europe.
4: Clean, Fresh, Well Haundered Line.
is a ; necessity.. To .supply tnat ne
.cessjty is u uuci;:-
402-401 S. Main Ctreet
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TTTK OCAIiA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1914
IWik ''l"""U ",..wHi mmmmm
THE l'lLB'S SERIES
iiave purcnaseu tiie
L. W. Harley and wii
bankrupt stock of -s
I put on the mar- 1
IjUCK will, be the
FACTOR IX DECIDING' THE
(Daily. .Sport Letter, I. X. 3.)
BY FRANK G. -MENKB
Xev York Oct. 7. Luck probably
will be the biggest factor in deciding
the 'baseball championship of the
With the teams almost evenly
matched in pitching power, with the
teams close together in batting pow power
er power ,the fielding edge x)f the Braves
offset by the base-funning adventage
of .the (Athletics, it is likely that the
club that wins the series that starts
Friday, will be the club that
"breaks" of the game.
When it is admitted by baseball
authorities that luck is 70 per cent,
in- baseball and that ability counts
only 30, per cent, in the grand total,
Result of Yesterday's Games in the
' Bis: Iieajrues
First, Boston 2 Broooklyn
Second, Boston 7, Brooklyn 3.
First, Philadelphia 1, New York 5.
Second Philadelphia S, New York p.
New York 2, Philadelphia 1.
Washington 4, BostonS.
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Brooklyn Federals, and a big league
star for many years, echoes the senti sentiments
ments sentiments of ;M?Graw and .Iathewson.
He goes even farther than' CMcGraw
by saying that baseball is made up of
75 per cent luck.
Once upon a time Frank Baker, of
ets the, the Athletics, one ofthe greatest slug
gers that the' game has ever known,
was 'canned" because of weak hit hitting.
ting. hitting. -, 1
Quick "-Sale, beginning
able to buv this stock for almost nothing and
vill sell each article at less than half factory price. j
This stock is too' well known to the public to need j
any introduction. For many years I operated this:
store under the name of the Guarantee Glothinsr and 'H
old to Mr. Harley, and both Mr. W
!' Harlsy and myself have always enjoyed the reputa- "M
tion of carrying the best class of goods that money
1 could buy". This stock consists of nothing but High H
de Ready to Wear for Men and Boys. Also Suit, s
Etc. 1 am not able to give prices at
present as expect to mark each article so lov that
you would hot believe it in print. These goods are
New and Glean and must go, so the store can be va- M
CnfpH i -
It happened back in 1905 or 1905,
Baker's work with an independent'
it will be seen just how Jktle depend- ( team attracted the. attention of one
ence can be placed upon the "dope" of McGraw's scouts. The scout sign sign-that
that sign-that is furnished by figures. , ed him and Baker was turned over tp
. If the two teams were to fight it the 'Baltimore club of the 'Eastern
out for a stretch of 30 to 50 games, league for seasoning. He lasted just
the team that was superior in ability, a short while, and was let o-ut "be "be-eventually
eventually "be-eventually would rise triumphant. 'cause he's a punk fielder and he can't
But in a series, limited to seven hit.' 1
games, it's a different story. One'; Baker began his career as an out out-lucky
lucky out-lucky "break" may give one team the' fielder, tout plaved third base in 1907
edge in the early part of the series with the Cambridge. (Md., team. The
and that advantage will be
man who discovered him was Charles
enough to carry them thru to victory Herzog, now manager of the .Cincin .Cincin-before
before .Cincin-before the other team has a chance nati Reds. -Herzog signed Baker 'at
iLuck has figured largely in every Ridgley, Id., club. -He played with
world series game to date, and there that club in 1906, went to Cambridge
isevery reason to believe that the' in 1907, to Reading in the Tri-state
coming series will be no exception. J league in 1908 andwas signed up to
And as things, look now, its the team Connie ftlack for the 1909 season.
that gets the most "breaks" right at j Bake? is regarded as a;clumsy
the jump that will grab the cham- fielder, tout he seems to cover a great
pionship. j amount of. ground i'ust? the. same'.
The Red Sox defeated the Giants His throwing is strong and accurate,
in the 1912 series not because they and he's alwats calm and cool.
were a superior toall team, tout very Whatever defects there may be in
largely because. they got the "breaks" his fielding are more than made up in
of the game. The muff that Snod- ,hls terrific batting powers. Baker
grass made in the ninth inning of frits the toall -farther and -harder, on
the final game was an inexcusable !an average, than any man' that ever
piece of work yet it was a wonder-' broke into the toig leagues.
fully lucky "ibreak" for the Red Sox.j Baker's powerful arms and'shoul and'shoul-The
The and'shoul-The fly that fEngle drove at Snod- ders enable him to give a terrific
grass in that game-was the easiest 1 swing. Raker is about six feet tall,
chance that had been offered to' puts his whole 'weight of ISO behind
Snodgrass thruout the series. It was every swingr and when he connects
a -drive'that -was directly at him. He, the toall travels' to the far corners of
didn't have to move ten feet. .It was' the 'field. It is rarely .ahat Baker
so easy that he took it too easy and nits to the infield. ' :
dropped it. His error 'lost the game j' Baker has imarvelous strength,
and gave 'the Red iSox the title of (He seems to (be. all bone and muscle,
world champions. ; - j He swings a fruge toat with the ease
.It was luck for the Red SOX tTint an nrdlnrjrv man would stoow In
sheer luck. Butthe:r luck didn't toe-; swinging a golf club. They tell of
gin in that gkme 'Several times dur-j Baker's.. great feats of strength back
ing the early part of the series the in (Maryland, where he owns several
"toreaks" and riding along with'farms .and where he snends his win
. Baker, despite the plaudits of fan fan-dom
dom fan-dom hurled at toim ever since he
opeps at S- o'clock i
ioBer' 9-o Ooin't i
fall and winter-1
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Ocala House Block Next door to Western Union
fl Telegraph Office and Board of Trade
breaks" they rode to "victory.
Back in 1906 Rohe, a substitute in
the White feox ranks, delivered a
brace of h$ts?.hat.gave the tWhite Sox canie int0 the big league,, is modest
the champions of the world.- Rohe and unassuming. His voice seldom is
was regarded as the weakest hitter heard on the toall field and eldoni off
among the "hitless wonders." Yet it'f it. He. has no toad habits. Was
was Rohe who delivered the punches. never smoked or drank and is a liome
Can anyone deny that the hits toe lover. Baker isi never so 'happy as
made at the critical moments werej when lie is toack in his Trappe aid.,
not hits of luck for the 'White Sox? '.home with hfs wife and little. family.
If Rohe had been a .300, hitter fan-i "What I am In baseball 'I owe
Charley (Herzog," de-
"He gave me a chance
dom might hav6 expected him to de- very largely
livera timely swat-.. But he wasn't a'clares Baker
.300 hitter. He'd gone hitjess day
after day during the regular season,
to learn toaseball and he toelped me
thru my early career. He isn't much
yet when the world series was played,; older than I am, yet he always was
that; fn.thprJv ih-hfe attitude toward me.
"I must liave been a pretty poor
he.i smashed out the wallops
were fatal to the Cubs. f
In nearly every world series in the J player w lien I got that joy with the
past there are records of "breaks" iRidgly team back in 1906, but
with me. In-
that have come at some time or other, Charley was patient
in nearly every game. And,, the win winner
ner winner of the series, invariably toas toeen
stead of 'panning me for blunders,
he spent much of tois time in coaching
the team that has garnered the larger me. When Charley went to the
The next year Charley went to
i Reading, and he influenced the Read
ing people to give me a trial at third
in his splace when he went into the
big league. Even after that Charley
plugged for me and his plugging
finally landed me in the toig show."
A SCHOOL OK STUDY
shares of the "breaks." There have Cambridge club he took
toeea times when s the division of i with-hlm.
"toreaks" has toeen atoout even and
neither side has been favored. But
those times have been rare.
John AIcGraw is among the many
men who declare that ability counts
for only about 30 per cent, in decid deciding
ing deciding a toall game.
"A game is 70 per cent, luck," re remarks
marks remarks the Giant leader. "If you're
lucky you'll win, no matter what a
duto team you are handling. And, if
you're unlucky, you won't win, n6
matter how many stars you have in
your line-up." s
Christy Mathewson, hero 'of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of diamond duels, agrees with
"There have been times in my ca career
reer career -when I have lost games that I
should have won- "had the '.breaks'
toeen with me," says flatty.. "And
there "have been other times when
luck was with me and I won, al although
though although I had nothing on the ball, and
had no license to win.
. "A team can go into a, game and
play the greatest game of its career,
yet, if it Isn't favored tor luck to a
certain extent ,at least, it cannot win.
Luck is the biggest factor in every
: Bill Bradley, manager of the
We will teach children how to pre prepare
pare prepare their lessons in the afternoon
for each day. Terms reasonable.
Phone 305, or apply to 3Irs.C V.
Roberts'and Mrs. R.,L. Carter. 2-6t
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
The 1915 automotoile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars aften that date without
first securing this license are jdolng
so. in 4 open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
into the road fund.
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
f!i ; V i. -
Of All Kind.
' All Hard Woo&s.
j Bories and
- Boilers and
Pumps for all r
For Road Worl: at r.Il
1 1 k i
SAf C A 'II QLLAQ
-When the opportuntiy is oITcrcd
you? Our system of selling only
for SPOT CASH enables us .to
sell goods at a lower price than
you can get at a credit store. We
have no "'dead beat" accounts
that the responsible" customer
helps to pay Call and let us con convince
vince convince you that we can save ycu ycu-money
money ycu-money on yuur GltOCEIHFS.
Next to Burr.elts
On Fort Kin:; Avcnuo
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Board and Ooonis.
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Ocala, - Florida i
, (Mir m
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Just the Help Needed to
" com 3 Worst Troyblcc
la f. S. R., the f.iraT.s Mood pirir.'T,
is the greatest catufai n-i-air crev7l;riO'vn.
It f en antidote for prms, that cc. e I' t
loese, multiply so fast tbat a definite dla
case !3 apparent cvr night. And yet :
powerful i the inUucnce of S. K. S. th"C
like "a vast- array It spreads all tbro'.v.ii
tLe blood, checlis lisrns.f Cijeca uji s'i
valves c escape and throws- out dls-ai?
through the luns, kidaejs, .bladder? Lcv.-t!?-and
Do not become panic etrickea Jf & rsc.!2
or boil3 or eruptions InH&tae ttc r-ia.
Nature Is dofn lier bfst but Nature Is &t
the same time caliin for belp, sccS la
S. S. S. is Ju.st the kind cf help Nature
demand?, for It Is a pure vegetal !e remcdj
with an actica that. Tior6us!y follows thss
blood channels and cleans and repairs a.:
It goes' alony. la every eomra unity arc
people who kriow tUEs to be tru-?. Il.r.y
bare-used. S. S. S. 'and are blood clear;,
through and through
Get a bottle cf S. S. S. tofiay at err
drug store. Drive, out ,tfces --tru; tl?o tl?o-germs
germs tl?o-germs that cause tfcia creptbes. tore tLr nt,
swollen clsr.d..?., blood rUirs, pairfol r'.?-.
xnatle loints, chronic bronchitis, r:;r::t
all ccmditlcns of disease. Head tic t."?
around the bottie that tell 3 eboit X1 l
work being done to assist 'raffertrs. If yc-t
would know core about the blood er.d I",;
treatment; writa frr Epecls! 'boot f o T -Pwift
Specific Co., 2 Zvllt'Tl?,., Atlaaii;
rnr: ocala evening qtar, Wednesday, October. .7. 1014
grass as a flooring. We mU'ht have
this as a "moonlight tango", all win winter
ter winter longwe've no snow to interfere,
and O such blissful evenings always.
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I OOAT.A SOCIAL AFFAIRS i
v, i). c. 3iei:tixg
(If you have any itezn3.fo.jtUls
Thought, for the Day
If you are try I Sg to make, the rer
best of life, rou ure sure to be
lour little Epace in this world
I:i easy tb fil ,aud God requires you
t: make thatlporne.r bright and hap hap-Cy
Cy hap-Cy to neighbor; aid stranger. Scatter
sunshine and keep
world welcomes I the
blithe singer. ; ,'
There is a hw and a 3tremious
one against the -use of t slingshots,
rilrguns and popguns, in this city,
and something is goin? to he done
and done at once tc eaf rce that law,
eyen tho parents -du.ln.Vst upon rais raising
ing raising their children fixm the cradle in
the very atmosphere of cruelty. sin,
destruction and crime. Piblic sen sentiment
timent sentiment is against the use 7f these
dangerous, death-dealing toys and
gs there is a eity ordinance against
them, a heavy fine and punishment
Is possible. The civic committee,
the humane society and the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will see to it that officers
are placed on duty that have the
moral strength to' carry out and en
Corce iwhat it is their sworn,, duty to
perform. It seems no longer safe
for our citizens, even When sitting
In the quiet evening -hour at home to
escape these bullets. Only a short
time ago, one of these 'stray shots
from a sling crashed through a win window
dow window and Went whizzing just within
an inch or two of a' lady's ,head. Had
It struck her. in all probability she
would have been killed. (Again was
one citizen's eye shot out while pass passing
ing passing .along Fort King avenue, ard
(Monday afternoon a valuable saddiu
horse was shot and in -all probability'
ruined. All this and more needleisH
suffering through the carelessness o!
criminal -youths. The birds and the
pquir-rels of the city, are allowed by
squirrels of our city are allowed to
!e shot or maimed. If parents
cannot control their children, offi officials
cials officials must, for public sentiment 'de 'demands
mands 'demands protection now. Parents, -taVe
warning and see to the ways of
children at once.
vlIr. Phil Robinson and sister, Alias
MIo'pe Hobinson, leave early tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Boston, where CNliss tRobin tRobin-eon
eon tRobin-eon rwill spend the winter. 'Mr.
Robinson irill go to .'New York lb
spend his vacation. He expects to
he absent' for some time. L
?Ir. John Pasteur and sister, liss
Tilly Pasteur, Teturned' to their
iiome at JLake iVeir yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon after a short visit with their
-.sister,. lMrs. Charles Cullen and fam family,
ily, family, v '-".:-:' :.;.':
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& A special committee from the hu humane
mane humane society and 'Woman's. Club
vaited npon the city council at its
special meeting this afternoon in the
smatter of the popgun- and slingshot
ordinance that is heing neglected by
those in authority in the city.
airs. W. E.-Smith returned to her
Siome in Ocala last 'Friday after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit to her sister, (Mrs. J. B.
airs. Cladys Sewell arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from her home in 'Brooksville
and will be the guest, of her sister-in-law,
airs. J. P. Galloway and fam family
ily family for some. time.
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and Mrs. -E. ai. Howard did
to Auburndale as they ex
pected, on account of illness.
aiiss Annie Afkinson left this aft
ernoon for a mree weeks', visit to
CSIisses Emma fend Edna Oselson
Tampa. : f
Xews from the bedside of airs
Niel Ferguson is most gratifying toi
Iier host of friends, airs. 'Ferguson
Is resting more comfortably today.
'Mrs. DI. C. Gray and daughter of
Flemingtdn are in the city today,
combining business with pleasure.
QIr. E. E. DeCamp, Who arrived in
the city this morning from Stamford,
Conn., will make his home with ait.
and airs. Ed Carmichael nntii the
middle of the winter, when airs. De De-Camp
Camp De-Camp will return to Ocala and they
will make their future home here.
annual election, of officers
the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian churclTTOsterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, airs. D. E. aiclver was unani-
rnnndr rA-plrteii rrfsidTit- with
airs. R. G. Blake vice president, jMfsTj
L. M. aiurray secretary, "(dk-airs.
George aiacKay treasnTef.
Thewinte'r's program of the Ocala
reading club was arrange'cf 'yesterday
afternoon at the home of aiiss aiin aiin-nte
nte aiin-nte Gamsby, and the first official
department call phone 106)
meeting will be held next Tuesday
with aiiss Alice Bullock. The books
I 1 t na.I.. I
lor me )tar s cuuise iiar -aiwveu
day being "History of iMusie." This
nlub has a large membership and Is
ke of the most delightful of the
riany organizations in our city.
r Notice to
All members of Ocala Chapter No.
29, O. E. S. are urgently requested to
attend the meeting Thursday- even evening,
ing, evening, Oct,- Sth. A number of. 'candi 'candidates
dates 'candidates will receive degrees of the
order and a large number of visitors
from the surrounding chapters of
G-ainesviile, Inverness, McIntosh, Ft.
iMcCoy and Island G rove will toe in
attendance. Each and every mem member
ber member of the Ocala chapter will be ex expected
pected expected to .be present and help give
the -visitors royal welcome. Refresh Refreshment?
ment? Refreshment? will be served
V I. Y. P. U. Pound Party
Friday evening,. October 9th, at
7:30, air. and (Mrs. A. J. Brigance
will entertain a pound party for the
B. Y. P. U. at their home on Avery
street near the 'new school building.
An Interesting program has been
arranged lor this occasion, which
will provide pleasure for all. Each
are requested to bring a
;M embers of the B. Y.
worth League and their
P. U., Ep-
airs. John T. Lewis of St
tine arrived this afternoon from
visit of some length with Mrs.'.
A. QfcClymonds on Lime street.
the coming marriage of (Miss May
iBugbee and; Donald Barstow, at the
home of the 'bride's parents in Has Hastings,
tings, Hastings, on the afternoon of October
7th. Qlr. iBarstow has just complet completed.
ed. completed. a fine new $5,000 home on River
street.'Ti m es-Unio n.
'Friends of the contracting parties
In this city will wish them a long
and happy married life. 4
airs. ,W, V. Newsom, Jr.", has .re .returned
turned .returned to her home, in Ocala, after
visiting her' parents; .air. and airs.
A. Kl Taylor, in this city and at
Pablo Beach for two months. iMe iMe-trcpolis.
trcpolis. iMe-trcpolis. ".'.', -.
Life is Best After Fifty
From i "The-'House We Live In,' by
' Dr. William Elliot Griff s. ;
' Neither the beauty of spring flow flowers,
ers, flowers, nor the splendor of: summer's
harvests, equal the mellow affluence
p autumn's glory. For personal en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment and exercise pf the nobler
powers, human life is at its best af after
ter after -50; and, if personal experience
be the criterion the writer would
say," afteT .60.
INot for command, or for executive
initiation neither for animal pleas;
ures, nor for worldly amusements,
nor for easy conformity to the tyran
ny of social custom, but for pure de delight,
light, delight, in. the higher realms of happi happiness,
ness, happiness, no 'previous period of life, no
April, aiay, or even June or July of
existence can compare with its glori glorious
ous glorious October., . r
Then are at their best the treas treasures
ures treasures of memory and of hope, the rich
fruitage of intellectual' culture; the
satisfying pleasures of faith. From
these resources is spread the taWe of
'life as never hef ore, and for the daily
aba:nque.t at which sits as guest, .the in-
nmie iriena or man.
Life, as it lengthens in perspective,
becomes more interesting, and its out outlook
look outlook grander. There is ever more
that one wishes to live for, -here or
hereafter. If one 'has cultivated his
mind and taken a wider view of his history
tory history and humanity, then for him the
drudgery of text 'books, the grammar
and dictionary are largely over. He
sees with clear vision where he once
groped to find a clue. IHe enters in into
to into iiis intellectual inheritance. Where
was the sowing is now the reaping
sheaves borne where once tears fell.
He is no longer the heir, under tutors
and governors, out the possessor of
riches, of which no slump in the mar
ket, no panics or national convul
sions can rob him.
The "-Moonlight. Harvest Tango" is
the latest innovation among the
elect in Washington's exclusive so social
cial social circles, and they are having a
jnoist wonderful time down in the
sixty acre park back of the White
House. ..Three of society's most
charming girls gave it as their opinr
ion that these dances would continue
until the snow drives them indoors.
It seems that nothing would be more
alluring' than dancing under the
harvest moon upon a tufted carpet of
D. C. will hold its regular
Friday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock at the. residence of airs. S. R.
Whaley.;. All members are. urged to
be present as there will be election
of delegates for. the convention to be
held In Kissimmee.
airs. J. C. Caldwell, Caldwell,-Corresponding
Corresponding Caldwell,-Corresponding Secretary
Fresh, clean air is the .best anti-
dote for pulmonary tuberculosis in
every step of its. development.
It isn't a cure" for the advanced
stages no one claims that ibut in
the earlier approach of the disease
it may ward off and effect a practi
cal curen.. ; '.'.. ; .
It has, been said hy high authority
that one person in every seven is af affected
fected affected hy this disease at some time
in his life, that the scars would be
revealed by post mortem examina examination.
tion. examination. In a large number of such cas cases
es cases the vitality of the individual and
the proper care are sufficient to
counteract' the advance of the disease
beyond the beginnings. v :
It is an established-fact that (fresh
air,' uncontaminated 'by the poisons
that float about us everywhere in the
environment that we call our highest
civilization, is the best preventive of
diseases in general. The oxygen of
the air works destruction to many
varieties oi aisease germs, and par
ticularly is this .true of tuberculosis.
, The fresh air treatment has many
advantages. It is cheap cheaper
than drugs it is within the reach of
all, and it 'becomes merely a matter
of recognizing; the fact and applying
it. Every obstruction that prevents
the f ree circulation of the out-of-door
air in our living, whether iwe rare
awake or asleep, lessens the active
efficiency of the cure. This fact has
been recognized 'by "medical science
to the. extent that large sums of
money, appropriated for the erection
of- great sanitariums for the treat treatment
ment treatment of. the disease, remain unex unexpended
pended unexpended in more than .one northern
State. ;''''.'..:-''':;'V.:';;'.''; t' tf;i
In the great federal prison in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, all tubercular patients i are
separated from their fellow prisoners
and are made to live in the open air,
in tents, .under guardf within the
walls that surround; the institution.
The results have heen a splendid
demonstration of the value of the
treatment. ' ' ." ;;' "; .'.
There are hundreds and thousands
of persons in humble circumstances
who fear even the incipient case of
tuberculosis as the forerunner of
certain death. To some extent, even
a large extent, this fear is unneces unnecessary
sary unnecessary for with the easy avaliahility of
fresh -air, there, is the
even, in some
of a cure. ;, W .:'; ;iv;W.. -'v'w
Two things are essential one" is
io secure, so-far as possible, the wel welfare
fare welfare of the patient; the other, to
protect those who are "about him.
Tuberculosis is very rarely com communicated
municated communicated in open air, arid there only
hys dry sputum. This makes associa association
tion association with patients by those who atr
tend him, safer outT of doors than
within solid walls. '' ;v' VUy;
Tew families or persons are so
poor that they cannot provide a tent
or other nrotection in the yard sur
rounding the 'home or in some easy
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accessible place. The essential is
that t -he air shall have free circula
tion, and protection Is needed against
rain or the hot sun.- In the tent,
which should 'be floored and furnish
ed comfortably, biit not elaborately,
the patient should sleep and live live-Here
Here live-Here 'his meals should .he eaten ; and
not with the family. The linen of
his ;bed and his clothing should be
washed separately from that' qf the
family, and every precaution should
be taken for the protection of others.;
In this way the tubercular patient
may have the "benefits of home cook cooking,
ing, cooking, of home care; his mind may he
occupied with home interests, and the
mental occupation, and diversion
from his own troubles are no small
part of the cure. iAnd better yet, his
separation from other tubercular
patinets is important, for such asso association,
ciation, association, as in a sanitarium is a detri
ine .'home treatment of tubercu
losis, the constant saturation in
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iie&u air, are wirnin tne resources
of the humblest, or they may ,be ob obtained
tained obtained almost everywhere with out
side assistance. A recognition of
tne value of these methods,: which
are particularly favored by the cli
matic conditions of Florida, would
worK wonderful reduction of the
statistical figures regarding tubercu
v. Darrei or cranberries lust re-
cei--ed at Carn-Thomas Co. 10-6-3t
Salts for that tired
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Fancy Veave Stripe Crepci
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iEurek'a, Oct. C. We have .been
having some .very unsettled weather
for the past few days, hut theVs theVs-suits,
suits, theVs-suits, are good, as the gardens are
looking fine. t .."...'
Ir. F. :M. Harp was n -Oeala yisi-
JMiss Othello Cassels, of. Daisy,
s the Sliest of iMrs.'iF. M. Harp this
week, coming down to jattend the
protracted, meeting, which is heing
conducted here this week.
'Messrs. Wade and DarJen Hastings
were in our burg Sunday.
Messrs. J. H. and Homer Lanalr
went to Ocala Saturday on -a shop-
ping tour. ; - v
'.We are nearirig the close of a
most interesting week of service, held
by Hev. Martin of Pine presiding in
the pulpit and OIIss Florie Strickland
of Gainesville presiding at the organ.
MIssiStricklandNis a mos- estimable,
young lady aridjwe: feel quite honored
to have her in charge of the choir,
while Bev. Martin has won many
:friends during his stay here, and we
hope to have :him and his excellent
family with us often during -the.com--
ing year; .
A few of the. Masons f rom here
attended the funeral of Mr. '.:,Thomp
'ki-ns"of,:;r:lKcbloosa, Friday. Those
going over were Messrs.Martin,? Harp,
Parramore and Atkinson. :
PIANOS FOR RENT
-We are closing on the Sth of Opto-
her; and ha:e a few piano3 which we
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mill rent or sell; very cheap.
10-6-it dw A.5 M. iLansford, Ocala.,
"DR. D. M.' BONEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora
tory 2-6 Gary";hullding. A specialty
of correcting "vision wnere' others
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner, ileais a ia carte ana luncnes
at any hour. -Adv. ?
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-3
? '-KIM BALL
Roman Stripe Croad Clot
worn by the sty
i iifi f
in ro t
Brick City Cider, and "Whit
50c Jars of Fine California
out at 35 cents
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins
: f, make."
; New Crop of Florida paclicd
New Pecans. V- Fresh. Evai; ..
New Dried, Prunes.
1 Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, h : .1
Don't forget our celebrated 1
and Ground daily, right in uu
U In fi lia
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o o eetso o o q
0 o 4 a
fMf T C "l" 'iTi
i SKipDersMfitiie famous Crystal
Riyer Oyste!rs. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary,, in; every respect Can
care for 'orders both large and
Salt Water Fish
For further information addre
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The Arithmetic of IL
The pupils in a school were asked to
give in writing the difference between
a biped and' a quadmped. One boy
gave the following: "A bipd has two
legs, therefore the difference be between
tween between a biped and a quadruped i3two
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3 o o o-o e c.
c c c e- e
A S fc 4.
a a et!
o & m &
in any quantit
ff f ,f. trm fs
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Best Vay to Dzrn.
By darning diagonally acre: 3
weave, instead of with it, the ctltc
are ..not nearly ; so likely to pull :c.
from the edges of the dam ed
This is an .especiiHr r.csZ
to he tzci wL:.re .3
. THE OCAU EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1914
-V- M Ui
viMm tola Cils
EVERY WOMAN 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
BR US HE Si MA NIC URE SETS, POWDER BOXES, AND JEWEL
CASES. LITTLE FANCY CLOCKS PICTURE FRAMES, CUT
GLASS BOTTLES FOR PERFUME AND TOILET WATERS AND
O THER NE CESSITIES FOR E VER YD AY USE. B UY YO UR WIFE
OR S WEE THEAR T SOME THING PRE TTY AND. USEFUL. OUR
PRICES ARE NEVER MORE THAN THE GOODS ARE WORTH.
A; E. BURNETT
Just Received V Solid Carload of
The Bestj Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manuf actur actur-ed
ed actur-ed for interior finishing; : :
. For samples, prices, etc., call or write
Contractor and Builder.
. - - ; ..'--
Distributor of Badger Board ; for the
n : Y'State-;
FULI IlEl'ORTS AT THE TEMPLE
DURING THE WOHIJVS
Arrangements have been complet completed
ed completed 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 Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Friday, and all, who desire to
hear the reports should be at' the
Temple at 1 o'clock. The, reports will
be read from the stage in detail, and
will he in full. '' '"
' sAd mission, 2 5 cents.
The profits will sbe given to the
Ocala baseball team, and the Star
jhopes the attendance will be large.
SEE Tl!E WORLD'S SERIES
Or Rather Hear Tliem'at the Temple
Tickets for the World's Series
games are on sale at Oerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. .'.
- r 'Go huy. ; ; ' ; Y
The fier'ice costs $20 a game.
The profits iwill go to the ball team,
f Be patriotic. ; ; : x
Also fee. good to your&eJf.
(Buy. a season ticket and be in your
seat at 1 p. m. 'Friday. 'You can al almost
most almost hear the umpire say "play ball."
f f I
T n 7E have just added to our business, a large
UJ 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 s will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. W e .-sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you f money.; r v i c, .;'
OCM -GAS EMGIHE WORKS,
"The BuicI Agency.'
PHONE 271 OCALA, FTOftlDA
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur-'
h -rent. wny not prepare now Dyrinsiaiiing ; .-.
& - :
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you, are' jiow consuming in carbon; lamps
sy will give three times the light. ; '- y
Come in and let us demonstrate. ; Y
Xo. 9 Xorth 3Iain Street ; QCALA, FLORIDA.
Stkr Want AdBring. Results
Belleview, Oct. 6 -While !Mr. Jas.
Shedd was coming in from his'
farm last (Friday, he -met a snake of
the rattler species disputing the right
of road. Under ordinary conditions
Mr. Shedd is of a very peaceful turn
of mind, but when anything disputes
his passage over a public road it
arouses his ire, and then, things be begin,
gin, begin, to happen. The snake maintain maintained
ed maintained his right of way, "Which made "Mr.
Shedd. see seven different colors all
at once,4 and proceded to cut down a
small pine 'sapling, and then 'with
great gusto he. slammed the stuffin
out of (Mr. snake in short order. It
don't pay to. oppose your Uncle
.Mrs. W. R. Kilpatrick and Mrs.
S. T. QIaddox arrived last, Wednesday
from a visit to friends and Telatives
in Alabama, i
Urs. Bird Waite came ;up 'from
Bradentawn the first' of the month,
and after packing and shipping some
of her household goods to their new
home, just recently:, 'built at Braden Braden-town,
town, Braden-town, she, departed for the .same
Mr. 0.,S. '-Shade and torother-in-law,
Mr. Charles Schram, of Jacksonville,
are making improvements, on Mr.
Shade's farm just east . of town,
where they expect to make a crop
this coming season.
JJast Sunday prayers for peace both
in war-torn Europe and TBelleview,
were offered in the churches. -This is
also' my earnest wish.
The Masonic fraternity had a, well
attended meeting at the town hall
last Saturday 'night, Among those
frorfn out of town were lDr T. K.
Slaughter and A.'D. (Mitchell from
Summerfield, Messrs. Arthur and
Edward Camp from- North Lake
Weir.' .'v; ..
' .Mr. and 'Mrs. Edw. Romer, who
have been touring the east coast, are
making a stop in Belleview..
tMrs. I. X. Xichols spent last week
in Ocala visiting with her daughter,
Qlrs. I. I. Strong.
The Belleview Workers held their
first meeting of the season last
Thursday, afternoon and proceeded to
lay plans for the coming season s
air.HF. B. Crisp, -epresenting Wil
son & Toomer Fertilizer Co., who is
also" a nephew of Justice of the
Peace James N., Shedd, -was in town
for a "fevir hours last Wednesday
.. Qlr.' Harry Jones had af birthday
party and was 'eighteen years bid
Thursday night, at the re5idence of
IMrs. James N. Shedd, where quite, a
bunch of his friends congregated to
wish him luck anld. help him dispose
of the most plentiful supply of re
-The Belleview baseball swatters
went to" Ocala last Thursday after
noon for the purpose of playing i
game with the Ocala nine. Unfavor
oble weather prevented the game and
the boys came home disappointed.
Mrs. W. F. -Maier returned last
Sunday from a visit to friends and
relatives in Missouri.
Mr. Charley Smith ,of Oxford,
brought the largest load of cotton to
town that has come in so far this
season, and'sold' it to the Belleview
Trading Company.- V
The Candler Peaches came over
last Saturday afternoon and played a
practice game with the Belle vie'w
Swatters. At the end of four innings
the score stood 2-2, :: and everybody
Little IMiss Vivian Connor cele celebrated
brated celebrated ber sixth birthday last Satur Saturday
day Saturday by entertaining a number of her
J V Mrs. W. T. Evans and CMiss Ethel
BOARD OF TRADE
SPECIAL J1EETIXG TO CONSIDER
IMPORTANT MATTERS THIS
The regular semi-monthly meet
ing' of the iBoard of .Trade falls on
next Wednesday evening, -but at last
night's meeting of the board of gov governors,
ernors, governors, a special meeting was called
for this evening.
The reason for this. is. that the
meeting of the railroad corn-mission
with railroad men and our citizens
is set for the 13th, and it is neces
sary to make preparations for that
occasion.'- :.'-. -v.
The -matter of Chautauqua tickets
for next season and other questions
of note will also be up, and all
members should be present.
SCHOOL BUILDING FOR CITRA
In the course of their delibera
tions Tuesday night, th.e members of
the county school board gaye .au
thority to E. C. MHosford to prepare
plans for the Citra school building
ThisKiuilding,iwill, be worthy one of
Florida's t -prettiest towns and great
est citrus centers, and will, 'be ready
for the teachers and 'pupils next
A fine little boy was born a few
days ago to Mr. and IMrs. C." A. Fort.
Little Bob Spencer is somewhat
RESOLUTION BV THE SPARR i
UNION, SUNDAY. SCHOOL
We, the Sparr ..' Union Sunday
school; Relieving the Wj CI T. U. to
be of great and far-reaching good in
the spiritual and moral -upbuilding ot
humanity, and the same being ref us-
ed space for the distribution of lite literature
rature literature in our county fair by -the pres president
ident president of the Clarion County Faif As
Therefore Be It 'Resolved, That
we condemn the action Of the afore
said president of- the iMarion County
Fair Association, and ask that he
rescind his action or refusal.
J1. W. Luff man.
A. J. Stephens.
J. J. Colbert.
H.' R. Clem mans.
iRobinson left last Saturday fox Ocala
to take up thir duties as teachers in
the public schools.
IMr. Charles Fletcher, known to all
of our people but late of California,
gets lonesome for the s Belleview
news, so send mm the star. Ana
perched way up on the mountain side
each week ,the Ocala Star will
twinkle and twinkle and twinkle Bel-
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leview news until the dollar fifty
runs its course and expires. ; v ;
Miss Ruby1 IMcClendon and Mr,
Walter Riggihs -were! married; at
Wildwood last Sunday, morning. Miss
McClendon was bovrn in Belleview
eighten years ago1 and has always
been one of the most lovable and pop popular
ular popular of Belleview's girls. The good
wishes of the entire community are
with this young couple.
The W. C. T. U. meets, with Mrs.
John T. Hames next Tuseday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, October 13th. All members,
are requested to be present. '.'.'
Little Alice, the youngest child -of
Mr. and Mrs. J. X. 3ICJAllister, is ser ser-iously
iously ser-iously ill. ;
One of the most pleasurable sur surprises
prises surprises that could happen, was for her
friends to see Mrs. Wm.-'F. Fant rid riding
ing riding about and making her first ap appearance
pearance appearance on the streets after many
months of illness and suffering. ?
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Berlin, Oct. 6. Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Rawls and children," of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville ,are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Stephens. .' s .-'
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Luff man of Oak,
were the week end guests of relatives
here last week.
Miss Una Crumpton is spending a
while in Ocala, the guest of Telatives.
1 Fellowship Camp No. 48, W. O. W.
held its first regular meeting last
Friday night. 'Hereafter the camp
will meet every fist and third Friday
nights. - ; .:f- ;
Mr. R. A. Sandifer and daughter.
Miss Inez, passed thru Berlin Sunday
afternoon, enroute to their home in
Ocala, after spending the day at
their large farm near here.
We are Iraving most too much rain
to successfully grow fall truck.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully were
of Tr. and Mrs. J. T.
Burgess last Sunday afternoon.
The best ice cream in' town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 1 0-2-6 1
Fresh pansy and sweet -pea seed at
Bitting & Knight's drug store. 92 8-tf
' :, who owns the dwelling the business property tliat 'etanib -in
your name? .
ot course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the orirfn end
. - .'.
the development of individual ownership in land.
"V" '." : f' v' f '- C '- :'- 1 V
.in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
; it; homes and trading places trere'not fixed; land "was too plenU-
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iul for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any partica partica-lar
lar partica-lar spot.
fiorida title and abstract corporatioa
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Eiddie Cloth, the newest kind for kids.
Riplctlc, a well known advertised
, v f sibriC;
Eton Cloth, a warm fabric for fall wear.
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Scotch Flannel, real nice for children.
10(5 sq. PGrcals, the finest count percale.
t7hite Ratine, suitable for suits and
Colored Hatine, light weight but real
t good, v ; :
- ; Notice the fabrics, values up to 25c, at only
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THE FIRST- STO ElEi IN -OCALA
TO CUT PE1ICES :
. AND STILL AT IT.'
IVWEHE- YOU WILL BE,
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ROOM AXD BATH FOU A JKJLIAK AND A IIAIiP
: ; ; Ocala, HoFMa
C ompletelyReriovated aftd New Management
NOW OPEN. '- '.
Room Without Batlr 01.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
-'ILOUnS Mo LRKB9;
nooii axd B.WH fou a ,noLii.r: and a half
Pot Your Adi 'inthe'IAfTif you ivanit RESU1
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1914
Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr,
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given our personal
j "Y attention ana euaranweu nuij.
11 WV- Oklawaha Avenue.
EScIvcr & MacKa
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAU.1ERS
fine Caskets and Dorlal Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIYER .104
C. V. ROBERTS t .303
Undertaking Office 47
I have moved to the t Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on stibrt notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see thera.
A. El. BOBBITT;
14 FOKT KING AVEXUE
CALLS FOR PITY" FOR RICH
Condition of Poor Millionaire Who
Doctn't Know What to Do With
"My dear, ignorant friend' said a
western millionaire to a humble New
York hack writer according to the
New York Sun, "you don't know what
you are talking about when you say
you wish you had the money I have,
or a similar amount.
"It's you that has the advantage
over me by long odds. You can go
anywhere you please at any time you
please, and If you need money, and
you never need a great deal, all you
have to do is to take out your pad
and pencil, dash off something read readable,
able, readable, and your Income follows at short
"But look at me. I had a business
out West that wasw asked to go into
a trust and the request was in the
nature of a command which meant
trust or bust, and I went into the
trust. Now I have a million and a
half of the stock and a million s in
raw cash, and what in thunder am I
to do with it? The stock is all right,
but what about the cash?
"Can you tell me where I can put
that much money whero it will be safe
and bring me in a fair return? I've
got to have the return, sure, for my
living expenses are over $50,000 a
year, and $10,000 a year on the side
is all I hav to met them with. The
stock ought to pay a dividend, and it
Ten likely will, but 1 don't know
that, and I do know what my' ex expanses
panses expanses art?. So what am I to do with
that idle million?
''It's been Idle for a vteek now, and
at 5 per cent that means very nearly
$1.000., Add my expenses. of $1,000
a week, and I am dropping $100,000 a
year. Is there anything about hack
writing as disagreeable as that? Do
you think you would be any happier
or more free from care, if you had my
money? Maybe you wouldi but I
can't see It from my viewpoint.'
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GOOD MAN'S ONLY EXCUSE
Simply It Is This: "I Have Done My
v Best and Accomplished
The deeds of good men are like can candles
dles candles blown out with one blast; and he
Is only good who gives all, he cam It
is not enough to give a little, he must
give himself; like a bird singing In
springtime, offering its whole body to
the sun. The good man knows that to
plead the old excuse, "I have done
nothing," is to plead guilty to a crime.
"I have cpne my best and accom accomplished
plished accomplished nothing." That he may and
mus say; and that man can show1 a
better record upon earth than he who
has done much; for the world loves a
villain and despises the victims. Alex
ander and Napoleon live forever, but
who thinks of those they slaughtered?
The philosophy of anen and deeds
may be summed sup in one sentence':
They whom the world can understand
are great, they whom the world can,
not understand are rogues until" they
die. The maid of Domremy was a
wftch while .she lived. Socrates was
a corrupter of morals, Christ was a
brawler in the temple and all ; were
murdered. The shedding .of blood is
the one act that the world does un understand,
derstand, understand, therefore the title Great Is
given to' those who have 'shed the
most. But: the good men, the So
crates-who sheds light upon human
folly, the little father of the birds
and flowers, the chaplain of a lazar-
island, who gives the title Great to
these?' They cannot live until they
are dead; not until their bones have
perished are they loved and then with
the wondering kindness of pity,-of in-
London Expects Raid from German
Zeppelins Every Time the Night
' ' Falls
London, Oct. -7.- Tests over Lon
don a few nights ago, proved that
searchlights can detect a Zeppelin ev
en in foggy weather. Incidehtly the
populace derived great amusement
from the experiments.
It was the 'first foggy night of the
past month not a thick pea-soup
fog such as November and Decem December
ber December bring, but a very marked fog.
The British airship which has been
making experimental flights over
London by dayand by night the past
fortnight made her appearance at
dusk and sailed over, the city for sev several
eral several hours. Searchlights were train trained
ed trained from several strategic points and
they managed to follow her Wherever
1 1 has been believed that the Zep Zeppelins
pelins Zeppelins will choose a foggy day for a
raid on London, if they attempt such
a hazardous exploit, just as the
British flying men took advantage of
a thick mist for their flights across
Belgium into "Germany, when bombs
were dropped on Tusseldorf, and by
mistake on Maestrlcht in (Holland. y
'Every preparation has been mde
to give the Zeppelins a warm recep reception
tion reception if they, invade English air. The
London searchlights 'have swept the
heavens constantly at night for the
past fortnight. Aeroplanes fully
equipped for fighting are kept in re reserve
serve reserve ahd could be launched like fire
engines on the stroke of the bell if
an alarm of an approaching Zeppelin
is sounded. v
The cost of," the preparations
against Zeppelins, is heavy, but it
must be balanced by the economy in J
street lighting. Old residents say
at night in these days reminds them
of the old town before the advent of
electricity when a few gas, lights
struggled against the gloom. Cer Certainly
tainly Certainly two-thirds of the electric lights
in the most populated districts are
out of commission.
nr.AiA fratfrnai nnnFRR
11 1 I
MA RION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Lodge "So. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the firsthand third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.;
-''X'Jake Brown, Secretary: . ,VAd
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
of England, France, Germdny and Russia are
not permitted to use a pound of alum baking
powder. Tlie efficiency of the soldiers de depends
pends depends too. mucH upbn their health and en endurance
durance endurance to ride, the aise of food which tlie
authorities believe would be detrimental.
Therefore the maxiufacWi and sale of
alum, powder is .prohibited.
Royal Baking Powder is extensively used
privately and by the military forces through through-out
out through-out the world. ;IfeVab
ness, imparting as it does; healthful as Vell as
appetizing qualities to die food, and its per perfect
fect perfect keeping qualities in fevery climate .and
under different conditions make it Particu Particularly
larly Particularly desirable for all conditions of use.
U -. I I--1 f HA 1 -n
1 1 V-
BM M V-S 3
Ocala Chapter, To. .29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge"s hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock. :
Mrs. 'Flora Brown, W. M.
- jiss Florrie Condon, Secy. ';
Tuliila Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P..
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W'L. Colbert, Secretary.
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-
difference.-From "Granite," by John htin brothers. Wm. Gober. C. C.
Trevena. r.hn K. iSasre. K. of R. S. Ad
AVOOD3IEN OF THE AVORLD
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert worn
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner v
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
The flat worm about half an inch
long called Planaria velata.. It has Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
been discovered rpm-ndi, it'coi iJthe K. of "P. -Hall, at 8,p. every
second and fourth Friday. ; Visiting
It grows old its loses its' appetite, its S0Vrignsae! elcome.
colors fade and Its movements be
On account of special elections to
be held In and for the' City of Ocala
on the 27th and 2 8th days of Octo-
ber, 1914, a special meeting of the
city council was held-on 4his date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration .books of
said city, and the following names
Ward No. 1. A. A. Graham J. E.
Gates, W. H. aicftlaliaii- "(removed) ;
E .L. Howell (dead.)
Ward ; No. 2 Elmer tjecamp,
George Felt ham, J. C. Geiger; Henry
F. GoekenN. P. Ives, B. C. Muncas Muncas-ter,
ter, Muncas-ter, J. J. iMcCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. iRaysor, B. E.' Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr and J. H. Workman, (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T. C. Hall, Nathan "Peyser
and J. G. (Sinclair 7( dead.)
Ward No. 3. John B. Bro'wn Jim
Houston, C. T. .Hodges, IF. R. Higgins,!
'M. Strauss, 3. M. Tlson arid Paul
WTebber (removed.) Pat GIll4n, J
Wr. Lyles' and J .H. .IcClymond
(Ward No. 4. T. L. Defile, J. W.
Fomby, S. tM. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J, ,'Bierman, C. H:
Beck, A. (E. Delouestnapd Carlos L. i
The city v. council will hear com
plaints at special meeting to be held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M for the purpose of restoring names
This the 26th. day. of 'September A.
D. 1914." tH. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the-city of Ocala. tf
Patron Saint of Naples
The particular patron saint of 5 Na Naples
ples Naples is San' Gepnaro--St. Januarius
and the city-has preserved some, of
his dried blood for 1,600 years. .Three
times a year this; blood liquefies; if
rapidly it lsvgood for the city, but IX
slowly Cor If, -rare and terrible occa-
'slon.Ut faiU to liquefy at all!) 'M 13
an omen of great !..
He Tct'.i th 2
CItlman (to house acnt)-
you said th?re v.'as a clizvirAz l
from tho frcnt windows? V7hy, V.
are only houses to 13 rccn." 11.
Agent 'So there 13 a charirtIn(i
sir. In the house opposite live 3 tl
most beautiful widow yea cvr r c!?.p:
eyes on, and' the's" always J.t tho v.-1
Commercial Bank Block; on
3Iagnolla Street; West J
Post Box ZW.
U i it ', MU$ 1
I AM. now In business for myself. 'Conducting1 a;ni Ti CI : -tail
bar and Mail Order 'House; I can'sivb you the Vt there
is, and as much as any 'one. else In buslr.es; .j for your. 'noney, f-cven-teen
years in the business has, taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that, waht. .
V JUST A SAMPLE OF! GOODS AND PI'ICES
come slow. It drops a tiny fragment
or its tail, then another, still another
and so on, nnitl it has left about half
of its. body, in scattered pieces. Each
uciatucu. yiece curis up, secretes a
uiuuus luav uuu aries ana rorms n.
F. J. lBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
LOYAL OKDEU OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. m.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 31.
Your OTder will have.
J. L. SMQAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
nara -sneu. in mis condition theUv- iv. Vatr.
- iuc iuukc auu uuu uuuov -"o
iragmeuis remain inrougnout the nolia strePt near nostoffloc.
summer, fall and winter. In the J..D. Rooney, Dictator.
spring the shells burst and liberate
many minute worms, which eat
voraciously J and soon grow to adult
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Y-onge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Japanese Luncheon Box.
In Japan a low comedian who tried
the railway station sandwich joke
would promptly "get the bird."
In a railway magazine appears
a Deauurui coiorea piaie uiustraung Ocala Lode No. 2Rfi TlAnAvnlpnt
the contents of a Japanese railway and Protective Order of Elks, meets
luncheon box. (the second and fourth Tuesday even
According to the letter-press, one ings in each month. Visiting breth breth-nf
nf breth-nf these, costs onlv shrnence. and ren always welcome. Club house
OPEN Dai: AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte andx lunches
at any ionr. Adv. f ;
; AVILT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many times When .one
man Questions another's actions and
motives.. 'Men act differently under
different circumstances. The. ques question
tion question is, wbaf -would you do right now
if von had a severe cold? Could
yon do better than to take Chamber-
Iain's Cough Remedy : v it -is 'nigmy
recommended by people -who have
used It for years and know ltsv value.
iMrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, .Ind., says:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is
worth its weight in gold and L iase
pleasure In irecommending It. For
sale by all dealers. adv
A. D. BROOKS-
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to Ihe, new
containsVa box of pickled vegetables,
chop-sticks, paper napkins; box of
boiled, rice, box of meat, roasted fish,
ginger, chicken, lobster, cooked egg,
boiled mushroom and hashed beans.
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Wrilliams, E. R.
L. W Harley, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
St. Georges Slock,
A gentleman, on a visit to another
city, entered a restaurant, and- on
leavine took away jcvith him by mis-
where. he is now located in the take a hat belonging to anotner man.
handsome new Corner Store. Mas- The hats were so nearly identical tnat
nolia and South Second Street, where e mistake was not detected, and the
ii v 7oo coo m fr,n,i surprise or tne genueman may De.im-
- aglned when, reaching borne, he
and customers.. glanced at the lining of the hat and
A'TSST CLASS FA3JTLY GROCERDSS I found rrltten there, the words, "You
vmLmn v PifAmrrr I darned 'fool, what did you take this
hat tori Lipplncott'i.
(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m.' C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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"How's this?" said Cumso to Oaw-
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erty. "There's no wine on the menu,
but half-a-dozen glases are at each
place." "The menu Is to take home
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When you want a fact to 'become
generally known, the right way is to
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ing, belching, sour stomach and frequent head headaches.
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lain's Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me.
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Never write on a subject without
having first read yourself full of It;
and never read on a subject till you
have thought yourself hungry on it
Be cheerful, and seek not ctem:T
help, or the tranquility which ctht-.j
give. A man must stand crc:t, c:
not be kept erect by, other". II:;r:
THE OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDXESDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1014
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Uy Robert Elston, Stuff Correspondent
of the International "ews Service.
London, Sept. 30; A well known
English woman, of Nottingham, had
a highly exciting and interesting
time in Germany when the war was
declared, and she has only now been
enabled to return to London, follow following
ing following upon a journey from Hamburg
which was fraught at every stage
with difficulty and anxiety. This lady
left Nottingham on July 30, proceed proceeding
ing proceeding by way of Grisby and Hamburg,
to spend a few weeks with an old
school friend, a lady, resident In a
country jlace in the fieart of Meck Mecklenburg.
lenburg. Mecklenburg. Excitement began practically at
the start of the journey. Germany
was waiting for-Russia's reply to the
question addressed to her regarding
mobilization and the whole situation
was one of gTeat tension.
"On the evening of Friday, July
31st," said the lady to a Guardian
representative, "we were held up by
a German tprpedo, boat off Cuxhaveh
and were told that -we were to anch anchor
or anchor ,as no shipping was allowed on
the (Elbe without a special pilot.
"There jve stopped until half past
five the next morning, when a cutter
came'off with customs house officers
and men. They looked all thru the
passenger list and called a Toll of the
passengers and crew.' .Then we were
told that we must wait until a pilot
came --on 'board. We reached Ham Hamburg
burg Hamburg nine hours late, and heard at
once that mobilization was imminent
in Germany. ; The order came about
six o'clock that nig'ht. I went to see
an English friend at Hamburg, but
found that she had returned to Eng
land. Things, however, seemed -very
interesting just then, and I decided
to go on to my friend's place in
Mecklenburg. 'Her husband, I might
eay, is a dragoon officer in the Ger
man army, and althougTh, not obliged
to go, being over fifty years of age,
lie returned to the colors. The eldest
son has also gone to; the front.
Eleven of their horsed had been tak taken,
en, taken, and out of sixteen '-able-bodied
men on the place only four had been
left hehind, and a Tew' days after afterwards
wards afterwards the .youngest son also offered
himself for military service.
"It was just at harvest time, and
just as many farmers Jh England
employ Irish .laborers at that period,
so do Germans get" in 'Russian har harvesters;
vesters; harvesters; and at my friend's .place
there were 30 'Russians, who .were
accommodated in a building a little
Ldistance from the house. We had a
scare one inigHt, although a needless
one, a rumor ibeing circulated that
the Russians meant to 'burn the
premises, and there were practically
no men about, with the exception of
the old farm steward and ,a German
harvester, this was alarming, but
whe precaution had been taken, to
disarm, the (Russians and nothing
happened. By this time, 'as events
seemed to be marching somewhat
rapidly, and all trains were -being
used for military purposes, I thought
about getting a passport. So I w;ent
gaily into the little town to get one
when' judge pf -my surprise the
majror refuse it, sayiijg that CBng
land was declaring war.
"This was disconcerting, so I
wrote to the (American consul at
Hamburg, who was most courteous,
but said He could issue no passports
except to the person for whom it. was
intended. Finally I started .off to
Hamburg,, which is ordinarily x a six
hours' journey, but upon" this occas
ion occupied fourteen. The train
earned, many German soldiers. It
was eleven .o'clock at night when we
got to Hamburg. L had luggage with
me which in the general turmoil,
was rather difficult to manage, but
on three separate occasions I was
most kindly helped -by. Germans, al although
though although I made no "secret f the .fact
(that I was v an Englishwoman. 'It
dces not -matter .one said, 'an Eng English
lish English lady is safe anywhere On !Mon-
day -morning I went to the American
consulate in 'Hamburg, and -was told
that 4 according to regulations which
could not possibly he set aside that
I should be required to prove my
identity. It was suggested to me
that either my marriage certificate
or my ibirth certificate would suffice.
I explained that I was unmarried,
and 'that as to my birth certificate, it
was not usual to carry such a thing
about on one's travels. It looked
like an impasse, when fortunately
remembered a Red Cross medallion
which I had with me, and they ac accepted
cepted accepted the evidence of that.
"On (Monday evening I obtained
my passport, but' on Tuesday found
that instructions had been giveri that
no more Englishwomen were to
leave until further orders. On "Wed "Wednesday
nesday "Wednesday I went again, 'and 'heard that
great efforts were being made by an
English clergyman to get away 60
girls who had been employed in
Germany, governesses, help and so
forth, but the authorities were still
saying tha4- they must wait..
"But I felt that I could not wait,
and on Thursday morning I went to
me umndi uuicbi aim usiieci u
there was any chance of getting thru
the German lines as an English Red
Cross nurse. The official who was ex-,
tremely polite and pleasant said that
this was permitted in the Franco-1
Prussian 'war, 'but was very much j
afraid that it would not be done in
the struggle men cdmmencing.
"The end of it was that I went
again to see the American consul j
representative and was Informed'
that there was only, one thing tp be
done, if I cared to risk it. That was
to attempt to get across the frontier
without-any special permit. I might,
I was informed, be turned hack, or
I might be arrested as a spy, but It
was possible "that I might) get thru.
It was just a matter of chance either
way. Anj'thing was better than sit sitting
ting sitting still, so I decided to make the
attempt. I, made for Rotterdam,
and at the frontier everybody had to
leave the 'train while their luggage
was carefully Inspected.
"I had a ibox with me and among
its contents was a book -containing
a few notes which I had been prepar preparing
ing preparing on an Italian -holiday. These I
showed to the officer inspecting the
luggage -without delay, and to -my re relief
lief relief he assured me .that .'everything
was quite all right. (He didjiot even
search my ibox while curiously
enough, a lada Utile further along
the line of passengers had everything
in her box tumbled out. on the
"At the 'Dutch frontier we all had
again to urn out, aiid some of the
luggage was looked at again. Ve
we rex then penned up in the waiting j
room which speeaiiy iDecame a regu-i
lar Black Hole of Calcutta. Subse Subsequently
quently Subsequently more officials arrived .and
examined our passports, this being
done six tims in 4 all. ; Rotterdam
was reached at 10:30 at night, and
some of us went to a hotel, where I
was compelled to r share a- double-
bedded room' with three; American
ladies. I left next morning for
Flushing,- extremely relieved at liav-
ing reached the end of an exciting
adventurous journey. The Folke
stone 'boat, I noticed, was crowded
to excess with German-Americans,
who seemed tr be very glad; at get getting
ting getting away. ; .
The two points which stand out
the most clearly in connection with
the matters were the sympathy and
help I received at the American con- j
sulate and the kindness ;and -courtesy
of individual Germans during
the. journey, although they; knew I
was English Money was offered me
by three people to assist m0 ; home,
.but what I require'd was loaned me
by my friend, for naturally one did
not go away expecting to have, to
stay at 'hotels; and incur : the extra
expenses which in the (unexpected
circumstances arose. : ; -:
' "One thing that-struck me as very
significant was the absolute secrecy
observed in regard to the wonderful
siege gun employed against the
Liege forts until the weapon was
actually in '-use.
"It is a 41 centimetre bore, carry carrying
ing carrying a very pointed narrow shell
which will penetrate v any fortifica fortification,
tion, fortification, 'steel, iron, or earth, and ex explode
plode explode a few seconds later The
point is, however, that mot a soul In
Germany, except the -workmen who
make the gun and the military au authorities,
thorities, authorities, knew anything about the
weapon until it was placed in posi position.
tion. position. ,';f':-v"'' "z.
- "I was struck by the orderliness
and sobriety wnich iprevails .every
where amidstthe. excitement.' All
the time I was away i saw no
drunken people with the exception
of two sailors. . v
"The departing trcops are volun
tarily attended to by the women of
the 'Red Cross (Society, who provide
for them milk, coffee or fruit syrup,
with sandwiches, black bread, isaus
ages and hard-boiled eggs, -with
ciear? and ciearettes. The whole
thing is verjr carefully organized."
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
" State, County ancl City Beposltory.
If Yoa WII TaRt Enouflli pi iir lee
Satardays to issi Qver 'Sqrj'day
We will thank you. Our drivers will tliank yon.
-And if the teams could talk they, would thank you, too -for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest, day of the week, which is a day cf
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man ot yours, v
(Q)gMaJfe-(S IPaeMimiUj dD0
. Mefilcal. Scrglcai;Hydropdtblc
Announces the moving of the Institute
ofBpesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on M&in Street, southeast corner
' of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Qo., and Troxler's stands.
targer Q uart ers, More Fully Equipped and will be R un
; Strictly tTpon Ethical Lines
9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M; '.; PHONE" 333
'.Cf'nrlinrr fir. ?!finfr?'
J OICIIIUIII ui OILUIIJ
.you will find a suit. of our. making
retains its s'hape. .That's be?ause it
is tailored, not merely pressed, Into
the garments, .Let aiS' make, you a
.suit for a trial. You'll not alone be
better dressed than -ever before, !at
you'll staythat way.. For our suits
. retain their good looks till the last.
nr o 'io o. Si. ;.eo mhpm."
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
bV local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased, portion of the
ear. There is only one "way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. leafness is' caused- by
an 'inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the (Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you. can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect heariug
and when it is entirely closed,- deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can !be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. "'
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot 'be cured by
'Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo Ohio. Sold by all druggists,:
75c. Take ball's Family Pills for
Three newly furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences;
veniences; conveniences; close in; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No.
Errors, and Loss
Will Surely Creep in".'
(Wahl Adding Mechanism)
provides a perfect check on every operation in billing order
writuiff, statement writing, or any writing which is combined'
with adding (or subtracting) on the same page.
It not only stops errors, but surance of accuracy furnished
it stops every, possible leak by our Adding and Subtract Subtract-which
which Subtract-which an error can cause. ; ing Typewriter. As a time
But this is not alL Insurance and labor, saver alone the ma ma-usually
usually ma-usually costs money, but you chine quickly pays for itself,
pay ho premiums for the in- and more.
. Send for our bookht,"TItNev? Remington Idea,
i xshtch describes the machine and its uses.
22a W. BAY STREET Ksocvilie. TIotUip
Marlon County Abstract Company
" ESTABLISHED 1882.
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First consideration and especial attention given tj small tracts.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY. -OCTOBEn 7. 1014
THIS IS THE LAST
WEEK FOR REGISTRATION
Supervisor Barco requests the Star
to inform the voters that this is the
last:week in which they cap register
for the coming election. The books
will be open at nis office until noon
Saturday the 10th. If you have not
registered by that time, yon cannot
vote this year.
US' .M 0
3Ioose meet tomorrow evening.
SULTAN'S SQUADRON AND GER GER-31
31 GER-31 AN CRUISER OUT IN THE
Athens, ; Oct. 7. It is reported
here that the Turkish squadron of
warships' accompanied by .the Ger German
man German cruiser Gbeben, has left the Sea
F. U. of A. meet tomorrow night.
This report is made from obser observations,
vations, observations, taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
7fl VfillH raQr
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Try KREGER'S ice cream. 9-24-tf
. 31 ax.
MIn. R. F.
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Bo 1075, Tanipa, Fla. 1 0-7-3 Otd
The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'S.
ER'S. KREG-ER'S. . 10-5
. ... : .84
Go to KREGER'S for the best ICE
CREAM in Ocala. 9-24-tf
fltfr..iM. L. Payne of Fairfield was
am'png the prominent citizens in
to wQ this week. ;
3outh Carolina Rust-Proof and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-lf
There will be no ball grame tomorrow-
but iManasrer Hunter honer to
arrange for a game 'with Citra
Our fountain service includesgper includesgper-fect
fect includesgper-fect cleanliness in every I details
Gerig's, "A reliable drugstordl" 10-7
Rev. A. L. Prisoc of Berlin tvas
shaking hands -with his numerous
friends on our streets yesterday.
FROZEN" HINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S; 10-5
At their meeting this afternoon,
the county commissioners will ap appoint
point appoint inspectors and clerks of elec election.
tion. election. Gerig's assorted1 chocolates at
cents per pound. .9-20-tf
Mr. C. J. Phillips of Jacksonville
is in the city looking after business
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from -the water at KREGER'S. tf
!Mr. Henry Gordon, a former resi resident
dent resident of this city, but now of Tampa,
is in the city for a few days on a
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality and ab absolute
solute absolute purity. Gerig's. 10-7
; Onion sets at
Bitting & Knight's
9-2 8 -tf.
DENXISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
TMr." iE. K. Nelson came in last
night for a short visit, returning
this afternoon to his hoine in Tampa.
Barrel of dill pickles just received.
Carn-Thomas Company. 1 0-1-1 1
.Mr. Fred Cubberly of 'Gainesville,
ex-United 'States attorney, and now
police judge of Gainesville, was In
Ocala last night, greeting "his num numerous
erous numerous friends.
Now is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
(Mr. W. M. Bale of Gainesville
passed through Ocala yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon en route to Inverness, being
called to the bedside Qf his aged
Wood mar "&n
Ray is havIngSthe
& Stone 'Co. laya
cement sidewalk on nis property7,
-which is the -Vacant quarter bjeck
south of the postoffice,
The Star is informed that there is
no prospect of organizing a football
team atMhis time. There are not
Enough boys in the high school pro proficient
ficient proficient in the game to get up an elev eleven.
en. eleven. fBetter luck next season is hop hoped
ed hoped for. v.
Turing several weeks of expectancy
there is a splendid external embrocation
in our "Jtrothex's
Friend" In which
thousands of women
have the most un unbounded
bounded unbounded confidence.
They have' used it
and know. They tell
of its wonderful in influence
fluence influence to ease the
and how they avoid avoided
ed avoided those dreaded
stretching pains that are so much talked
about- This safe external application is
gently used over the skin to render It
amenable to the natural stretching which
It undergoes. The myriad of nerve
threads just beneath the skin is thus
relieved of unnecessary pain -producing
ca jses and great physical relief Is the
! re5Ult as expressed by a host of happy
mothers who write from experience.
It is a subject that all women should
be familiar with as "Mother's Friend"
has been In use many years, and is recom recommended
mended recommended by grandmothers who in their ear ear-r
r ear-r days learned to rely upon tLls splendid
Tou ?an 'obtain "Mother-. Friend" at
almost any drug store. Get a bottle
to-day and then write for our little book
so useful to expectant mothers
Address Bradfleld Regulator Co., 31-T-ampr
Eldg.. Atlanta, Ga.
Forecast for this Evening And
Unsettled tonight and Thursday;
probably local showers.
r. ill. D.' Stokes, the popular and
efficient cashier of the Ocala Na
tional 'Bank, -contemplates ; leaving
Ocala the endfof T'he week to attend
the Americanf Baiikers convention,
which convenes jnLilichmond, Va.,
Oct 12. to 17.iA"fSr the convention.
he expects to conlinue his visit t
Washington,.- 'Baltimore and
l ork and on over fto Niagara Fans.
See our line of i stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar-
.The members, of the school board
met this morning with thp architect
of the building, Mr. Earl Mark, at
7:30 o'clock, and in a body made aJ
visit of inspection to the Ocala high
school .buildings They found things
In good working order and every everything
thing everything in a most satisfactory shape,
and the 'building was duly and for formally
mally formally accepted.
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
. Collector of iRevenue T. W. Smith
was in town last night, on nis way
for a visit to tils home at Center
,Hill. Mr. Smith has 'broken up
quite. a number of illicit distilleries
lately, and thinks that the moon moonshine
shine moonshine industry has taken on a re revival.
vival. revival. If you trade at Gerig's you are as
sured of best service and quality, tf
The city council, owing to the
superfluous dampness, failed of a
quorum last night, and Tvill hold a
special meeting this afternoon.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar
macy. 10-2-6t 1
iMr. William Traritham, who Is in
the employ of the goveminent at
Washington, Is in the city a guest
of QIr.v Ed Carmlchael for a few
days. 'Mr. Trantham was a resident
of Ocala twenty years ago and has
many friends here who are glad to
see him again.' He will stop In
Jacksonville en route home for a
visit to his sister, .Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Have you seen the new autographic
kodak? We now have them In stock.
Gerig's a reliable drugstore. 9-29-tf
IMr. O. JM. Gale qf Belleview, was
in th city today and paid the Star
office his first visit in many months.
Mr. Gale' was very ill for a lopg
time and when slightly recovered,
went to Vermont and .Maine, where
he spent the summer and is now en enjoying
joying enjoying almost his old time good
'-'Miss iMinnie Gamsby will give a
limited number of pupils lessons in
siriging. Special attention to correct
voice production. Garcials method.
Apply 814 Port King ave. 9-3 0-6 1
iMrs. Annie E. THill and her son
were in town today 'with some, fine
pecans which they raised on their
place at CornelL They have a large
crop and will .be glad to supply any anybody
body anybody who needs the fruiti.
TOXED UP THE SYSTEM
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
mon for me than I ever dared -hope
for;" vrites Mrs. Esther .MaeUMakr,
Spencerport, X. Y. "I used several
bottles of these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, tout'toned up any whole
system." For sale by all dealers -ad.
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Xow
1915 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 11 blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
V. E. SmithCounty Judge.
W. (L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-3 Ot
Conductor Buckshot Williams of
the Ocala and Southwestern tells of
a holdup near Martef the other
night. A-hardworking negro was on
his way to this city, having heard
that his mother in Jacksonville was
very sick.' Having only money
enough to pay his way from Ocala,
he was. walking from Dunnellon,
where he had been at work. He was
Rheld up at iMartel by, two negroes
twho took not only all his money, but
pis clothes, except his pants and
! shirt. Sheriff Galloway's' deputies
have, one of the thieves, but the
other is yet at large.
'Mr: W. A.
Redditt of Citra was
Smith's ? court this
of an attack
ou Mrs. C. W. Driver It seems that
Mr.. Redditt and air. iD river had a
difficulty and ;Mrs. 'Driver came be-
tween them. The
Redditt not guilty.
jury found Mr.
That picture in Life.'.regardlng the
interior of a telephone exchange,
may fit New York but it is no good
in Ocala. A Star reporter looked
into Ocala's model exchange this
afternoon, and found all the young
ladies as bright and busy as a bunch
of honey bees.
The best Ice cream in town, at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocaia
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Dr. W, K. Lane--Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office; Law
Library Building, Ocala.- 'Adv.".
All kinds' of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK
"I like Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy 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 desired
sired desired result." For sale 'by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. ' '. adv
To Bed Late In the Morning..
Even in these matter-of:fact days
parliament is still a weird andf7won andf7won-derful
derful andf7won-derful thing to country cousins in
England. I spent the week-end says
a gallery sketch writer,' in a southern
town. "What time do you start work
.t the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. '. "Three o'clock," I replied,
"and we finish at eleven." "Ah,"
commented the native, "I've often
heard that parliament meets during
the night so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but It1 must seem a bit
queer to be walking home to bd at
eleven in the morning."
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT -i! ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close In; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOUXB Automobile tail light; last
Friday on 'North Magnolia street.
Owner can have same by calling
phone 206 and paying for .this ad-
- vertisement. 9-29-tf
FOR SLVLE -Sawed cedar posts, all
heart,- any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms wi th
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
,WANTEDA good buggy horse;
must be cheap for cash. Apply? at
Star office. 10-2-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida G rawer on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. '. 10-5-121
L '! ALEXANDER
Larpentcr and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city. 1
GOING TO STAND
BY THEIR GUNS
Defense of Antwerp will be Carried
to the Point of Desperation
London, Oct. 7. A dispatch to
the Exchange Telegraph from Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp gives the following official
communication issued at 10 o'clock
last nightr : ; V 'V ';-l:v :
"The military- governor has in in-formed
formed in-formed .the burgomaster that a
bombardment of Antwerp is! irami irami-nent
nent irami-nent and that people who wish to
flee from the town are requested to
leave. The bombardment will have
no influence on the town's resistance,
which 'wiil .be pushed to. flie extreme
limit."- .. -'.;r.
BOOZE WILL REAR THE BURDEN
Big Drink of -Liquor -3Iay Soon Cost
Washington, Oct. 7. Liquors will
bear the heaviest .burden of the
$100,000,000 war revenue tax as it
is being revised by the caucus of sen senate
ate senate democrats.; The 'Senate has be be-gun
gun be-gun work; on the financial commit committee's
tee's committee's draft of the bill. I
WEST COAST MEXICANS
IN EXTRt&IE NEED
Washington, Oct. 7. Rear Admi Admiral
ral Admiral 'Howard commanding the Ameri American
can American naval forces off the Pacific coast
of Mexico, reports to the navy u de department
partment department that there is a shortage of
food supplies all along the Tyest
coast and that the populace of Aca Aca-puco
puco Aca-puco faced starvation. He said food foodstuffs
stuffs foodstuffs .were ..not available at any
price. .-v! : I .;"
PASSES OF THE CARPATHIANS
Are Likely to Prove Dlfficblt to Rus Rus-Sian
Sian Rus-Sian Armies :
Venice, Oct.v7. Austrian .military f
experts say that the (Russian attempts
to invade Hungary through the Car Carpathian
pathian Carpathian mountains are not likely to
meet with much success. : v
There'are only four or five moun mountain
tain mountain passes which would admit of the
passage of -troops, it is said, and only
a small number of men could pro proceed,
ceed, proceed, through these Sat one time.! As
the march would require at least six
days, the question of a food supply
would be serious.
The Opportunity is Here, Backed by
Don't take our word or it.
Don't dependon a stranger's state statement.
ment. statement. ; ... :
Read Ocala endorsement.
Read, the statements of Ocala citi citizens.
zens. citizens. . 1
And -decide for yourself.
'Here is one case of it.
'Rev. D. W." Price, 4 Orange street,
Ocala, saysr "My kidneys were
weak and at times I couldn't control
the passages of the kidney secre secretions.
tions. secretions. I -was greatly bothered dur during
ing during busy hours of the day. I got a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as "directed. They
certainly acted qtrickly In regulating
the action of my kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness in my tback.-I don't
hesitate to recommend them to any anyone
one anyone having kidney complaint.'
Price 50c. at all dealers. .Don't
simply ask -for a kidney remedy remedy-get
get remedy-get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Rev. Price had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props. Buffalo, N. Y.
ADVERTISEMEXT FOR BIDS ON
'Xotice is hereby given that until
Oth Day of November, 1914,
at 3 o'clock, in the afternoon, sealed
bids for the erection of a public
school .building at. Citra, JMarirfn
county, FloTida, will be received by
the 'Board of Public Instruction for
the county of ;Marion, state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, said building to be according to
planjs and specifications now on file
at the office of the secretary of said
board, in Ocala, Florida. Said plans
and 'specifications may be seen at the
office of the said board at any time,
and copies thereof may be obtained
from E. C. 'Hosford, architect, by
application to him at bis office in
Eastman, Georgia,' and making de deposit
posit deposit of twenty ($-20) dollars, j A
certified check payable to the order
of the said board, equal to five per
cent, of xhe amount thereof must
accompany each bid. Bids will be
received on the general .building con contract,
tract, contract, including heating and plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, or on the building contract
alone, or on "the heating and plumb plumbing
ing plumbing alone. All communications
should be addressed to J. 11. Brlnson,
Secretary Ocala, Fla. T0-7-5-d-wed
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Steamers 1 ; ;
r Angust 22d to Cefokr 17Ki, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
. Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
122 West Hay Street
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