DEFENDERS SHATTERED AND
' ATlfiiy MAY OE
Rosenaal, Holland, Oct. 12 -News
reports state that the last torts of
lAntwerp have fbeen silence:! and
yielded to the Germans.
'Xormal conditions are rapidlj; be being
ing being restored at Antwerp. The lateit
reports Indicate that the city did not
suffer -as much damage from 'the
bombardment as was at first report reported.
ed. reported. The flames were largely confined
to 'Berchem and the southeastern
part of the city.
It is known that thousands of
Germans were killed an the desper desperate
ate desperate attempt to take the temporary
'Belgian capital. The bombardment
and defense of the city is Teported to
have been the most terrible in the
history of the world. -'.Many people
went insane from ; the terrible din
and strain. Eardrums were paralyz paralyzed
ed paralyzed and many were 'blinded as the
city quivered a ml irocked as by an
earthquake. 1 7
PAID A FEAIlFUIi PRICE
tAmsterdam, Oct. 12. -A News dis dispatch'
patch' dispatch' etates that the Oermanaare
purchasing slight advantages at an
-awful cost of human life. Porty Porty-five
five Porty-five thousand aTe reported killed or
wounded in the attacks on Forts
Waelhem, .Mavre, St. Catherine and
PETKOGRA1) IS NOT SRXDIXG
OUT ANY GLOWIXG RE-
Petrograd, OcL (12. Beyxnd stat stating
ing stating that the operations of the iRus iRus-siand
siand iRus-siand are piroceeding successfully
against the Germans in East Prus Prussia,
sia, Prussia, ajid that ian artilleryrduel is
raging -between 'Russians and !Aus-tro-Crennans
on the Vistula, the war
'ofilc maintained silence on the 'sit 'situation
uation 'situation at the front today.
FIRST FOOTBAIiL. GAME
LOST BY FLORIDA
Jacksonville, Oct. 11. The Uni University
versity University oT Florida and the Alabama
Polytechnic Institute (Auburn) 'play 'played
ed 'played a "battle royal on Barrs Field here
yesterday afternoon, Auburn winning
20 to 0. A fair-sized crowd witness witnessed
ed witnessed the game. j
South Carolina 'Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
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S 8 RCA T
T FORTY TIIOUSAi
SCATTERED AND BELGIAN
ATTACKING ARMY XOST FORTY
THOUSAND MEN IN SIEGE
Paris, Oct. 12. A k'ews dispatch
states that the Germans lost 40,000
in the capture at LAntwerp.' Great
masses of troops were -mowed down
by the German artillery.
TWKLjVE' THOUSAND PRISONERS
;The 'French c Mm to "have captur captured
ed captured 12,000' German 'prisoners in the
fighting around Arras.
?f ' -XiOXG FIGHT AT I1ITJL1E
Paris, Oct. 12. An bflrcial state statement
ment statement at 4 o'clock this afternoon says
the attacks of the Germans on the
French left 'wing, between Uassigny
and Roye, nave been repulsed. The
allies made bo me progress on the
right 'bank: of the Alsne. The caval cavalry
ry cavalry engagement aibout Xrille continues.
ARE HflLDIHO QM
REPORTED GERMANS HAVEN'T
I SUBDUED ALL OP THE 1
! ANTWERP FORTS
Paris, Oct. 12 -It is reported here
that twenty-'four forts at Antwerp
are still holding out against the Ger
ANOTHER RAID THRU THE AIR
A German aeroplane made another
raid on Paris today, dropping, two
bombs between two passenger trains
but they failed to explode.
OSTEND NEXT TO BE 'ATTACKED
London, Oct. 12. King Albert of
Belgium-and part of the Belgian, and
BrStish marine foroes wblch 'defend 'defended
ed 'defended (Antwerp, are believed to have es es-caped
caped es-caped into Ostend; which lias been
fortified. Vast crowds are coming
Into "England from' Antwerp, Ostend
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implies, at KREGER'S. ,10-8
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These photographs, just received from Europe, g'ive some idea of tha appearance" of Louvain after the destruc destruction
tion destruction of that once beautiful Belgian city by the Germans. The main picture show3 the students' quarter and the in insert
sert insert a glimpse of the Place de la Concorde where were many hotels and cafes.
DEFEATED ARMY RETREATING
FROM ANTWERP WAS OV lR-
TAKEX WITH DISASTER
- v ' ' --
. Flushing, Holland, Oct. 42. It is
reported that a great part of the
Belgian army fleeing from Antwerp
suffered disaster. A Hulst dispatch
says' that thousands of Belgian sol soldiers
diers soldiers crossed into 'Holland and sur surrendered
rendered surrendered for interment. Rumors are
persistent that the retreating Bel Belgians
gians Belgians were trapped between Lokeran
and St. Nicholas by Germans and
routed with heavy losses.
T Uflil'T BE SO EASY
TO CARRY OUT THESE PLEDGES
AT THE REQUIRED TIME
London, Oct. 1 1. It was an announced
nounced announced by Walter Reunciman, pres president
ident president of the Board of Trade, at a
patiortic meeting here last night,
that "if Zeppelins raid London all
the members of the British flying
corps have pledged themselves to
dash their machines right through
the airships even if both are brought
INNES AND WIFE INDICTED
Accused of Murder of Two Society
Women of Atlanta
S an An tonio, Texas Oct. 11
Victor "22.' Innes and -wife are named
as defendants in an indictment
charging murder and conspiracy,; re reported
ported reported by the -Bexar county grand
jury to the thirty-seven district court
AMID THE RUINS OF
i': j 't:--'- fr'M
yesterday. These indictments are
drara jointly against Innes and his
wife, the 'first charging the murder
of Lois Xelms Dennis, the second
charging the murder of Beatrice
Xelms, and the remaining two al allege
lege allege conspiracy on the part of the
Inneses to. bring about the deaths of
Mlf id k
ALL RUSSIAN ARMIES REPULSED
IN THE EAST
Berlin, via Amsterdam, Oct. 12. -The
defeat. of' French" cavalry by
Germans-battling in the vicinity of
Lille is offlcdally announced.
The announcement is also made
that all Russians attackln
least have been repulsed.
g in the
SECRETARY OF STATE OF ILLI ILLINOIS
NOIS ILLINOIS KILLED HIMSELF
Springfield 111., Oct. 12. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Harry Wcod commit committed
ted committed suicide .in lhe garage at his res residence
idence residence yesterday (morning, .blowing
out his brains with, a revolver. ,!"The
body : was found this, morning. It is
believed that he was temporarily in
The Library Association Is plan planning
ning planning to ive an entertainment about
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Boston, Oct. 112 ,-The- warm sunshiny-
morning promises splendid
baseball ; weathen this afternoon.
Thirty-five thousand spectators will
witness the game.
The betting' is three to one that
the Braves will wan the series and
five to four that they will take to
Speculators are : getting f ro m $10
to $35 for seats.
The probable batteries are: Bos Boston,;
ton,; Boston,; Rudolph and Gowdy; Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Bender and Schang.
S AVI ; J G THEIR SHELL;
MEXICAN GUNNERS NOT POUNDr
1NG AMERICAN SOIL THIS
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Xaco, Oct. 12. Tho Villa -forces
resumed thedr attack on Xaco, Sou Sou-orat
orat Sou-orat this morning, but 110 shells
had fallen on the American side at
10 o'clock this morning. The gun gunnery
nery gunnery seems greatly improved;
Cetiinje, Oct. : 12.-arontenegrlns
defeated and drove back Austrians
on the Bleckgathso frontier, captur capturing
ing capturing several important Austrian posi positions.
tions. positions. The Library Association is plan planning
ning planning to give an entertainment about
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COTTO?; BUT OTHERWISE'
. all is si:uex::
Washington, Oct. 12. Husincii
conditionan the United Gtate.s aro
nearly normal, U the belief of the
president. Outside of tho South,
where the cotton situation dislo dislocated,
cated, dislocated, businec3 'generally and indus industrial
trial industrial affairs of Ithe nation are in good
shape. Whiie the effects of the wr.r
are far reaching, tho country
maintaining ita business equilibrium -remarkably
v.-ell and the situation is
s s ffl & M m m 1 m
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reinforc::mi:xts have rid
. PHZi::iYSL OF THE;-:
Vienna, Oct. 12, "(VI.t, Pcrlla.
Tt is oflicially .reported thct the Ar.:
trians were reinforced at t!i rrri rrri-son
son rrri-son defending Przcmysl ar, d lift-1
the eicge of the Utirzians, the I -.Iter
fleeing before the reinforced Aus Austrian
trian Austrian s." .- f
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Reported to be the Cause of Kin;
Charles Death Prince Ferdi Ferdinand
nand Ferdinand Succeeds Jllisi
. ,Rome,JOcL 112. Prince a'crdir. d
ha3 been proclaimed king of -Itou-mariia,.
succeeding tho lato King
It was irumored today that -ling
Charles was 'poisoned by the war
party; but this was officially denied.
BUSINESS PORTION OF
SPEXCI III BURNED
Spencer, W, Va., Oct. 12. Fire
wiped out the business portion of
Spencer .today. The 3oc3 is estimated
AVe are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and .Medicines at half prirr.
Two 23cts or 5 Gets packages at cuo
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Our fountain Lorvice includes per perfect
fect perfect cleanliness In every detail.
Gerig's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7
- The best ipe cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Cuhday orders a
specialty. : 10-2-Gt
. WORLD'S IjARGEST TAILORS
Cam Building, OCRLIi, FLA.
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAll, SIOXDAYOCTOBER 12. 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR ;
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
KITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
15. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II.. Renjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter.
One year, In advance. ..... $3100
Six months, In advance..... 2.50
Three months, In advance. . 1.25
Onejmonth, In advance 50
One year- in advance. ...... $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance..... .80
A good home is the best place on
earth, ibut'a" had home Is worse than
any corner of Sheol.-'
This Is national cigar day, and it
Is appropriate for Tampa to he the
biggest town on the map.
The federal reserve board has an announced
nounced announced its approval in principle of
the plan for a $150,000,000 loan
iind to take care of the surplus cot cotton
ton cotton crop.
Columbia University has (the great greatest
est greatest number of students ever gathered
in any school In the world. It has
over 12,000 scholars, and the num number
ber number this year may reach .14,000.
The women of. Germany are said to
(be giving up their jewelry to help
their government buy munitions of
war. The Star Is afraid that before
the war ends, diamonds will be cheap
er than Iron in Europe.
The Tampa Tribune says the ad advance
vance advance guarM of tourists is arriving.
Reservations have been taken at the
Taapa hotels by travelers from Eng England,
land, England, France and Germany, beside
many from our northern states.
W-hen Austria bullied Servia be beyond
yond beyond the point of forbearance, she at attacked
tacked attacked Russia's Monroe doctrine.
And Ilussia was as bound to fight as
the United States would (be If an
European nation tried to wipe out a
South American state. v
street increased the valife of the own owner's
er's owner's property. Under our system of
taxation, it does not do the individu individual
al individual any good to-Increase the value of
his home, unless he wishes to sell It.
increased valuation also increases
his taxes. 'Also, a very laree nrooor
tion of the benefit of street improve improvement
ment improvement goes to people who, 'pay very
little tax or none. The legislature
should repeal this law.' 'Any improve improvement
ment improvement that ibenefits an entire town
should be paid for by the town as
evenly as possible, without a dispro disproportionate
portionate disproportionate share of the burdens being
laid on any particular class.
A factory is to be started at fRed fRed-dick,
dick, fRed-dick, Florida,, for the manufacture
of peanut butter. That is the sort
of news that is Worth publish publishing.
ing. publishing. tMiami Metropolis.
Yes, Its cne of the varieties of
news the Star takes greatest pleasure
'From Gainesville comes the infor information
mation information that the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners of Alachua are greatly in favor
of the Alachua county fair. At the
last meeting of the commissioners k
was decided to appropriate $1,000
to be used in advertising the event.
The promoters of the fair are making
great plans this year and propose to
have it the best ever given in Alach Alachua
ua Alachua count'. Times-Uniqn Short
, It is generally understood that
Alachua county is richer Jhan (Mar (Marion;
ion; (Marion; however, .the commissioners of
iMarion could and should do as well
in proportion for our- fair as those
of Alachua have done for theirs. The
fair is -for us all, and the better it
is, the better the people will -he
. Everybody wonders what effect the
death of King Charles, of Roumania,
will have on the European situation.
It has been generally 'believed for
some time that the king, who Is a
German, was about the only restrain restraining
ing restraining power that kept his country from
declaring war on Austria. King
Charles was a scion of the older
hrar.?h of the house of 'Hohenzollern.
He was 75 years old and had been
sovereign of !Roumania, first as prince
(During an exenange or oacK-nauu- ana as King since isoo. ne uau, m
-ed compliments in the. House of Rep- fact reigned longer than any other
esentatives Saturday, 'Minority sovereign on the globe. He did great
Leader Mann said Congressman things for his kingdom and his queen,
(HeGln-of (Alabama 'had insulted the the famous "Carmen iSylva," led the
rolrrage ties, and iHeflin called Mann movement that won for iRoumania a
ta liar. The remarks of both were high place in the art and literature
expurged from the record. jof Europe. The (Roumanians are a
Latin nation, off toy themselves in
The commissioners of Pinellas that part of the world. The 'Hungar-
Iiave been indicted for malfeasance ian, province of Transylvania, which
in office,, which shows that the grand adjoins their territory, Is habi habi-durors
durors habi-durors of that county think the com- tated fby a kindred race of people,
missloners should $e in jail. But and it is believed that the Houman Houman-the
the Houman-the said commissioners want to build ians desire to -possess it. Their very
a county jail to cost $160,000, which efficient army of 400,000 men would
iproves that they should be in a luna- be an awkward -addition to the ene-
tlc as3 lum instead of a prison. I mies of Austria and Germany. p
werp is on a river 57 miles from the
sea. The lower forty mile3 of this
river is in the territory cf Holland,
which of course can't allow German
ships to use it without violating neu
trality. The Germans would. likely
brush aside the neutrality of (Holland
as they have that of Belgium, hut the
'British fleet not only controls the
North sea and guards the mouth of
the Scheldt, but domineers the coast
of Holland. If the German fleet
comes out of Its ports and Inflicts a
smashing defeat on the British, It
can do about as it pleases with Hol Holland's
land's Holland's neutrality, but it is likely that
Britain does not desire anything mfre
earnestly than a chance tq fight that
same German 'fleet. 'It is -also -predicted
that the Germans will use
Antwerp as a base for their Zeppelin
fleet which is intended to devastate
lEngland. But (Brussels, which is on
ly a few miles further from "England,
has ibeen in the hands 4 of the Ger Germans
mans Germans for the last six weeks, so the
Germans would hardly have waited
to take Antwerp 'before making their
aerial attack had they Intended it.
The capture by the Japanese of
the Island of Yap will recall to many
people of Ocala the fact that a very
pleasant spoken gentleman, who
claimed to be the king of Yap, was a
visitor to this city about twenty
years ago. He was a great fisherman;
and one of our local poets made of
his piscatorial exploits at 'Silver
Springs a string of verses (beginning
with the following:
"I love to see his kingship -hurl
His line from off the dock;
Jts baited wSth a bonnet worm
And weighted with a rock.'
As near as the Star Tecollects, the
king did not return to -his kingdom,
but went to New York, and may be
It will be a great wondeivif Holland
is not pushed, into the war. Between
the conflicting interests of Germany
and 'Britain, it will be almost impos impossible
sible impossible for the little nation to preserve
neutrality many months longer. It
is most likely Holland will side, with
the allies. If Germany wins in' the
war, the independence of Holland
will not last long. Holland can put
about 400,000 men in the field, and
the Dutch have always been stubborn
JET BOWDEX'S OPINION
OF DILATORY AliDERIETX
The Belgians seem to have ex- "iBehold how pleasant it is for
tricated their army from' Antwerp, brethren to dwell together in unity."
and (blown up most of their heavy The Star is imoved to make this quo quo-guns
guns quo-guns defending the city. Three bri- tation iby observing another instance
gades of British marines aided in the of the harmony of Christian denomi-
defense two ibrigades escaped with nations in Ocala and the way in
the Belgians and the other entered which they pull together in all good
into Holland, where the men were works. The Baptists had set this
taken in charge by the Iutch author- week for their 'missionary meetings,
ities. to be held at their church every aft
ernoon. They had even printed their
. i A, I
The following win represent jouui programs, tout on account or tne
JM. J.Martin Camp, S. V., at the Sunday schoor convention at the
Florida Confederate reunion in iMptho&ist church they have deferred
(Lakeland: Dr. IV. C. Walkup, Mcln- the meetings until next week, and
tosh; E. D. FJbu, Reddick; E. L. many iBaptists are to be found in at at-Wartmann,
Wartmann, at-Wartmann, Citfa; D. vE. Mclver, D. tendance on the meetings at. the
DJ. Ferguson, II. Li. Carney, J. ajuieuioaist enurcn.
wards, W. iW.iaiarttn, J. 'tt. unace.
L. R. Chazal, pcala, and S. 1 .Kou, j The American state department
well. declares that the United States wil
make no further move in the Mexican
The Palatka Xews prints some situation, and will reserve announce
rough articles on Dr. Geo. Selden hment of its future policy toward the
Waldo, rather more than insinuating iMexican central government until
that he is a confidence man. The Gen. Carranza, the first constitution constitution-Star
Star constitution-Star would like to know the News' alist chief, has given formal guar guar-reason
reason guar-reason for making such an atlega- antee of full protection to aliens and
tion. Ocala's relations" with the doc- Mexicans, irrespective of their polit polit-tor
tor polit-tor have been pleasant. In his Chan- ical affiliations, and promises not to
tauniia, he furnished the town in- reimpose customs duties collected by
Ktrnfilion and clean entertainment, Americans during the occupation of
Bud he discharged his obligations Vera Cruz.
Thecapture of Antwerp is a great
The law that compells the property success for the Gernyins. It releases
owner to defray one third of the ex- them from the threat such a strong
pense of Improving the street (before hold would he to their rear and will
liis home is a most unjust one and allow them to increase the might of
should !be renealed. It taxes the their attack on the allies in North-
nroperty owner twice over, for lie Urn France. It is not possible for
must also .hear his share in the taxa- Germany to use Antwerp as a naval
tion that pays for all the street as base during this war, unless the Ger
-oii his narticular frontage. The man fleet inflicts such a defeat on the
iv was passed, we understand, on British that it will virtually con tro
i,fthft improvement of the that part of the North Sea. Ant-
Editor Times-Union: Believing
that a great many of bur people do
not have the slightest Idea of some of
the conditions now existing in Jack Jacksonville,,
sonville,, Jacksonville,, this morning I went ovex
the records in the Tecorder's office;
and I propose to "show. some of the
outrageous conditions now existing
in this city. .V.
It seems to me that the time has
come when the business men and
property holders, and rent payers
should wake up and rid this govern
ment of a lot of non tax-paying poli-
iclans. :.' '
The present, cou'ncil, as it now
exists Is composed of eighteen mem
bers. Three of these members pay
less than $5 a year taxes, five less
than $10 a year and sixteen out of
the eighteen pay the sum total of
$4 47.74, an average of about $21
each. There are only two members
in the present city council that pay
more than $60 a year, and I notice
by the tax collector's books that four
of those who are assessed for le3s
than $10 have not paid one cent of
Now 1 hope that the people of
Jacksonville will get Ibusy and see to
it that the next council is made up
of. taxpayers and business men In
stead of a lot of men that are simply
members of the council for what
there is to be made out of it, not car caring
ing caring one iota how, they squander the
people's money and before I get thru
I propose to show one or two in instances
stances instances -wherein the taxpayers'; mon money,
ey, money, has been squandered by this coun council
cil council for no other ourpose than to
make their salaries large.
The present council has a rule of
meeting regularly twice a month. If
they adhered to that rule,, it would
cost the city $360 a month to pay
their councilmen. Instead of that,
they call and hold special meetings
at a cost of $180 per meeting for the
councilmen's pay, and in the month
of October last they held special'
meetings to the extent of $1,490, in
November $530, in January $530 and
in May and June of this year; $540
each. These figures are taken, from
the recorder's books and cannot be
The city council, as required by
law, published a. notice referring to
the last tax assessments reading as
"Notice is hereby given that the
preliminary assessment roll ; for the
year 1914 has been submitted to the
city council for approval, and all
persons desiring any correction of
property or otherwise, are hereby re
quired to file with the tax assessor
on or before the 17th day of August,
A. D. 1914, their petitions to the city
council, setting forth their objec
tions to said assessments and the
correction desired to (be made."
On the night of Aug. 17 the coun
cil met to consider these petitions,
and I am' informed by a member of
that body that in accordance with
the above advertisement only one
petition was presented, and that, as
required by the rule, was referred to
the-committee on taxation for Inves
This council met eight different
times to consider what should have
been done at one regular meeting,
costing the taxpayers for these extra
sessions $1,2 SO, for what should not
have cost the city exceeding $180. 1
am also informed that petitions weye
received at each session, disregard disregarding
ing disregarding the requirements that they
should all be filed (before the 17th
of August as per advertisement.
As another example: Two extra
sessions of the city council -were
deemed necessary to elect three mem members
bers members of the iboard of bond trustees
when it should be bee ndone at a reg regular
ular regular session. The regular meeting
for the general business was deferred
until another extra meeting .Satur .Saturday
day .Saturday night, showing that it cost the
city $360 to elect the three ibond
trustees, which should have been
done at a regular meeting without
costing the city one dollar.
Since the inception of the present
council it has -been divided into fac fac-tions,
tions, fac-tions, one faction pulling against
the other, causing these unnecessary
meetings, with nothing to be accom
plished except the gratification of
their political whims and spleen ex
isting against same of the business
men on the board of ibond trustees.
;Now d ask: the taxpayers of this
town if they do mot feel that some
thing should be done.
The !Duval Democratic Club form formed
ed formed for the purpose of trying to get a
business administration for this city.
iMany people object to joining this
club, believing that it has been form formed
ed formed for cut and dried purposes. Now
I had nothing to do with the formar
tion of this club. I Iiave not taken
active part in this- club, but from
what I can ascertain T believe the
club was formed for the purpose of
the upbuilding of and the Ibest inter
ests of this city. And for those who
still refuse to join this club, it seems
to me that it would be a good idea
for the business men in each ward to
form clubs of their own, looking for
the selection of a business council to
transact the affairs of this, govern government
ment government during the coming admfnlstra admfnlstra-tion;
tion; admfnlstra-tion; for there is no other alter alternative,
native, alternative, unless something s done
looking to the cessation of th'e squan squandering
dering squandering of the taxpayers' money but
that this government will soon be In
such a chaotic condition and taxes
will be so burdensome that property
Instead of Increasing .in value will de
preciate to such an -extent that Jn
yestors will not look upon our city
with a view to investing.
J. E. T. Bowden.
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IN HARDWARE. THE PKICE YOU WILL FIND LOW Y.Hi:.;
YOU BUY; THE QUALITY YOU WILL FIND HIGH WHEN YOU
THIS JS WHAT 3IAKES SATISFIED CUSTO.Mi:il:i FOIt
K AND BUILDS OUR BUSINESS BIGGER.
REMEMBER OUR HARDWARE X.M);i HARD V.iJAII.
CAXT TAKE CARE OF
THE COTTOX CROI
Secretary CIcAdoo says Such a Policy
-Would-be Undemocratic In tlie
Washington, Oct. u0. The alan
for direct federal aid to cotton grow
ers to the extent of $400,000,000 was
the subject of sharp criticism In a
letter to Representative (Henry of
Texas, made public last night by
Secretary OIcAdoo. The letter Is in
reolv to recent statements to the
House toy iMr. 'Henry.
(Mr. (McAdoo announces that the
proposal to sell $250,000,000 of Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal bonds to ibolster the cot cotton
ton cotton crop is not practicable, and gen generally
erally generally objects to all the features of
the (Henry plan, tile calls attention
to the fact that those who deal in to tobacco,
bacco, tobacco, naval stores, copper, silver
and other commodities have sought
Uf iwe disregard every suffering In Interest
terest Interest except cotton,", he said, "and
-make it the sole .beneficiary of gov governmental
ernmental governmental favor, what becomes of
the-democratic (principal of 'equal
rights for all, special (privileges" to
nonet' t ;rj;.vCyyy:rs::
"If we enter tipon the course you
suggest we must help every distress
ed industry impartially. To do that
would necessitate the issue of anany
more than $400,000,000. in. Jbonds
and greenbacks and dangerously in
volve the credit of the government.
It would be a hopeless undertaking,
in defiance of every sound principle
of finance and economics, 'with cer
tain disaster at the end."
Representative 'Henry has intro
duced in the House a compromise
loan proposal presented in a bil
framed by a conference of- Southern
members of Congress. It would re reduce
duce reduce the proposed loan to $250,000,-
000. Mr. Henry also sent a letter to
the House Banking Committee ask
ing a prompt hearlng'of the 'bill.
EVERY WOMAN LIKES TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL 7i:i:r..: Oil
HER DRESSING TABLE, THEY ADD TO THE LUXURY r- LIV LIVING.
ING. LIVING. AND ARE CONVENIENT AND USEFUL. CO:r: OUR
FINE GOODS, SILVER MOUNTED HAND lllllRO!:, CO. AUD
BRUSHES, MANICURE SETS, POWDER BOXES, AND jA A EL
'CASESA LITTLE FANCY CLOCKS, PICTURE I A AIES. 'JUY
GLASS BOTTLES FOR PERFUME AND TOILE T A TERS :
OTHER NECESSITIES FOR EVERYDAY US5. BUY YOUR :. A
OR SWEETHEART SOMETHING PRETTY AND USEFUL. OiV.J
PRICES ARE NEVER MDRE THAN THE GO DOS ARC WORTH.
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 10-2-6t ;
" 3 JT f OifS
1 1 "k0r iiiA
... 1 i TT"i
Clean,-Frenli, Veil Lauir.L:.-1 Hi:
is a nece::ity. To supply that j
it j; W: 0
' .t--. rial. Km m
Will soon be hero and you will have to consume more c
rent. ;Why not prepare now by installlr?
Ufa A- r7777? A- A F AM.
IV M -I Ur' h- f i
They are now cheaper and more eScient than ever. v
For the same current yon are now consuming In carbon lamps
they will give three times the light..
Come in and let us demonstrate.-
Xo. O Xorth 31aln fitreet
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Uix. uCALA EVEM.NG STAK MONDAY, OCTOr,EIV12. 1014
WORK FOR. WATERWAYS
Sustained Attempt for Kivrs and
. Harbor Will '? Made at' the
ed by ihe fa;e v.hlelr overtook tfr i
River and Harbor Appropriation bill
in the Senate, and the substitution ot
a "lump sum" bill for one 'which hai
the most careful consideration at the
hands of the 'Rivara ani Harbors
Committee, of .the House, and the
Commerce Committee of the Senate,
the friends of improving the rivers
and harbor3 of the country will make
a superhuman effort to pass a com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive waterway measure at the
short session of Congress which be begins
gins begins December 7,
Representative Sparkman, of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, chairman of the 'Rivers and Har Harbors
bors Harbors Committee, discussing the gen general
eral general situation as it affects waterway
legislation, said today: The House
of Representatives, in accepting the
compromise river and harbor ibill as
it came from the Senate, did so,
among other reasons, fcr the par par-pose
pose par-pose of .maintaining the annual fea feature
ture feature of river and harbor legislation
which was adopted during the chair chairmanship
manship chairmanship of Hon. D. S. Alexander, of
"We accepted the Senate bill,
which provides for the expenditure of
twenty millions under the direction
of the secretary of war and the su supervision
pervision supervision of the chief of engineers,
'because all ef us who are interestel
in the Improvement of the internal
waterways of the country believe It
was the only way -possible to secure
the money to prosecute the work on
. many great projects for waterway im improvements
provements improvements now under way, or, to
maintain in their efficiency those al already
ready already completed. .'
"There were many members of
Congress who elieve3 that it woiili
. be good policy to allow the compro compromise
mise compromise measure to' fail on the ground
that the (House bill was not only con conservative
servative conservative in character Jbut followed
along the best lines as laid down by
previous Congresses in the treat treatment
ment treatment of the nation's waterways and
their development for commercial
"For one I did not entertain this
view. I foresaw conditions which
-would make further appropriations
You who owe dues
scriptions must re
Citizens of Ocala!
Do you want the record of your
city to become tarnished ? Or
shall it stand forth as the best
inland city in Florida?
IF SO, let us have immediate
See us at orice.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,
for rivers and harbors dependent up
on the whim cr caprice of men in
public life and I voted to accept the
compromise, for it not only furnishes
the money to carry, on the work al already
ready already begun, but it also continues the
annual bill feature, which, to my
mind. Is highly Important.
"Personally, I disliked the lump
sum provisions of the Senate "bill and
I dislike the theory upon which the
amendment was enacted into law, for
I believe that when we place the dis distribution
tribution distribution of money as legislators, in
the hands of the administrative
(branch of the government, we abdi abdicate,
cate, abdicate, for the time 'being, those func functions
tions functions with which Congress is clothed
under the constitution. As repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the several constituen constituencies
cies constituencies throughout the Union, which
clothe us with the power to repre represent
sent represent ttiem!t is my fixed opinion that
Congress should say in unequivocal
language just 'how much money
should be spent, and for what defi definite
nite definite purposes. ;
"I belleve Congress should ordi ordinarily
narily ordinarily apportion all sums appropriat appropriated
ed appropriated for river and harbor work among
the various "projects adopted by it.
With the information at hand, or eas easily
ily easily obtainable for intelligent action,
we are as capable of exercising the
function of distributors as the army
engineers, and I yield to none in my
admiration for that splendid arm of
the military establishment, but the
responsibility rests with us and we
ought not to shirk it.
"The bill which was signed by the
president early in the week furnish furnishes
es furnishes money enough to prosecute the
work on existing projects until March
4, by which time it is expected an another
other another river and harfbor foill will have
been enacted into law. Certainly
this Will be done if We are to main maintain
tain maintain the policy of annual bills and
are to continue operations already
fregun, to say nothing of ne'w work,
a great deal of which Is urgently
"Many worthy projects have 'been
recommended, arid are now before
Congress. All that are worthy should
be taken up as early as practicable,
under treasury conditions, and carri carried
ed carried to completion. The commerce of
the great country demands that this
be done, and, unless I am greatly de deceived
ceived deceived in the sentiment of the people
they will sustain our action along
"It Is the present intention of the
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1914.
A. C. COBB,
R. S. ROGERS,
Governors Marion County Board of Trade.
rivers and harbors committee to 'be 'begin
gin 'begin the preparation of a bill at an
early date and -present it to the
House during the first half of (the
coming session. Just how liberal the
bill will !be, as far as new -projects
are concerned, no one can say now,
but the committee will bear in mini
the conditions of the treasury and the
importance of the work to be done.
"Of course, we will have the ad advice
vice advice of the engineers in fixing the
amounts for old projects, as we will
have for the new ones, and within
reasonable 'bounds we will be govern governed
ed governed very largely by their opinion as
to what they can expend during the
coming fiscal year.
"T hope we can pass a (bill at the
short session so that there will fbe no
serious break in the continuance of
this great work, as It would be
nothing short of a. calamity if work
were stopped oh the improvement of
our rivers and harbors, or even seri seriously
ously seriously retarded."
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many times when one
man questions another's actions and
motives. 'Men act -differently under
different circumstances. v The, ques question
tion question is, what would you do right now
If you had a severe cold? Could
you do better than to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is -highly
recommended by people who have
used it -for years and know its value.
Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., say.s:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth its weight in gold and I take
pleasure in recommending it." For
sale by all dealers. adv
Fourteen pounds of sugkr for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and (Monday only. .Smith Grocery
A skilled pharmacist 'will person person-aly
aly person-aly care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phone
If you trade at Gerig's you are as assured
sured assured of best service and quality, tf
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-2 4-tf
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 1 0-2-6 1
All kinds of bulbs, now on sale at
lOcala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
TREES 0 THE SAND HILLS
Region That Was Useless May Ce
Made Preductiva by Common
. -:Tr Sense Methods.
Every one knows that France has
saved her southwest department from
the curse of drifting sands by planting
pine trees, end that Germany has
tamed some of the poorest soil in
Europe to human service by the
same methods. But how many Amer Americans,
icans, Americans, even of those who claim to be
well informed, realize that a similar
work cn at least as great a scale Is
being performed by our own govern government
ment government In the sand-hill regions of. Ne Nebraska?
braska? Nebraska? In this district, where the real es estate
tate estate moves back and forth with every
change in the wind, Uncle Sam's for forest
est forest rangers are planting trees. They
are pinning their faith to the jack
pine, as being best adapted to stand standing
ing standing the severe conditions of tree
life in that country, and about a thou thousand
sand thousand acres are set to these useful
trees each year. When they -began
this work nine trees out of every ten
trees planted died. Now, the rangers
have perfected their technic till al almost
most almost nine out of ten trees live; and
though the work, Is only a dozen years
old, It is already transforming a con considerable
siderable considerable region.
Enthusiastic foresters figure out a
fine net profit for the government at
the' end of 20 years. ; One can not
help suspecting that most of this profit
will evaporate, but that is, after all,
Hhe smallest part of the matter. The
main thing is that a region which was
useless and a menace is being put to
service, and that the way Is being
shown for state and private enterprise
of the same nature on a still larger
scale. r V V""-
SUIT THAT HE WAS SAVING
Jones' Explanation Probably Did Not
Tend to Soothe His Irate Part-
ner at Whist.
Jones didn't want to play cards;
never had wanted to play cards In his
life, and said so. But to no purpose
His obiections. conscientious and I
otherwise, were waved on one slde'by
the red faced person who was look looking
ing looking for a partner.
Jones took his seat at the card
table. .Before they had been playing
15 seconds Jones and the red-faced
person took .a 40-horsepower dislike
for" each other. Then the wretched
Jones made his first serious mistake.
He of the ruddy complexion banged
r "Why on earth didn't you follow
my lead?" he shouted.
"If there is one man in this world
today whose odious example I would
not follow In any circumstances you
are v the man retorted Jones, with
After that the jolly pastime pro proceeded.
ceeded. proceeded. Then Jones put his foot ia it
again, and again the rubicund one
bashed the table.
; "Couldn't; you see me calling for a
spade or club?" he boomed. "Haven't
you got a black suit, man?"
"Yes. I have," said Jones; rising
from the table, "and I'm jolly well
hanging on to It for your funeral!"
"Pick It Up."
Habits formed in childhood are usu usually
ally usually 'lasting, tyith that idea as a
basis the playground and school au authorities
thorities authorities in Rochester have placed
signs conspicuously located on the
playgrounds on which are displayed
these words, "Pick it up." The ide& is
to have the -children clear, away the
disorder they create -during play be before
fore before they leave the grounds. The plan
is reported to have shown .immediate
results. It has been possible to dis dispense
pense dispense with the caretaker of the
grounds. The boys and girls leave the
grounds, in perfect condition. No
.waste paper is left scattered about, no
playthings are out of place, all is
snugged up,ior closing before the
crowd of rollicking youngsters leave
their playground. It is just as easy
to teach children to be orderly -as to
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How Many Shots Will Ce Fired?
The number of rounds that will ha
fired during an ordinary battle can
only be imagined. We have data from
the Russo-Japanese war showing that
at Ljaopan one battery fired 2,600
rounds in one day while another fired
3,304 rounds, making for each gun
about" 413 rounds In one day. This
was not an uncommon occurrence, and;
It shows the expense involved in car carrying
rying carrying on a modern war.
The most common projectile of the
three-inch caliber is the shrapnel,
which Is in itself a gun, arranged by
time, fuses so that at the desired
height it will be made to burst, shoot shooting
ing shooting forward out of a shell, 250 lead
balls, each effective to kill a man.
'.'; Women Act. v
While men are talking about a thing
and appointing committees to investi investigate,
gate, investigate, it women go ahead and do it.
Sometimes they wish they hadn't, but
in nine cases out of ten they are glad
In Ithaca, Where the women by the
use of their traditionally simple and
direct methods have established a
flourishing farmers' market and given
a solar plexus blow to the cost of liv living,
ing, living, they are particularly glad of it.
And not only the women are rejoicing
! at the success of their introductidn of
the producer to the consumer; the
farmers echo the sentiment, and the
heads of households, noting the1
shrinkage in the weekly bills, look on
JOINT SUXDAY SCHOOL
The following is the program of
the Sunday school institute to be
held at the Qlethodlst church, Ocala,
Oct. 11, 12 and 13. Possibly some
o? the Sunday school 'workers will be
here Sunday, but the regular busi-
noass rf th& fn?tnt.a will Tint bpi" 1
Monday Morning Session
0 a. m. Devotional.
9:30 a. m. -En roll men t of deb debates
ates debates and appointment of commit
10 a. m. "The Ideal Christian
Brotherhood' by .Miss Kilpatrick,
field secretary of the North .Mississip
10:30 a. m. "The City Sunday
School and Its Problems," by J, M.
Way, field secretary t of the South
' 11 a. hi. Shake hands and get ac acquainted.
quainted. acquainted. 11:15 a. m. "Rural Sunday
Schools," by C. W. White, field sec secretary
retary secretary of the Florida conference. : I
11:45 a, m. Round table, con conducted
ducted conducted .by iMiss Kilpatrick.
12:15 p. m. 'Adjournment, for
- Afternoon Session
2:30 p. m.- Devotional.
3 p. m. "A Plea" for Graded Les Lessons,"
sons," Lessons," by J. M. Way.
3:30 v). :m. "A Sunday School
Program," by C. W White.
4 ip. .m4 One minute reports from
delegates on standard of efficiency.
4:30 p. m. "The Great Motive Motive-Personal.
Personal. Motive-Personal. iEvangelism," by vMlss 113
5 p. m. Adjournment.
7:30 p. m. "Wesley Class Feder
ation,' hy J. Way.
"Wesley Class Activities," toy iMiss
Second Day Morning Session
. 9 a. m. Devotional.
9:30 a. m. "The Big Boy." by
C. W.' White.
10 a. m. "The Teen-age Girl,"
by iMiss Kilpatrick.
1 0 tZQ a. 'm.1-"Successful Teach
ing,; by J. '.M. 'Way.
11 a. in. Everybody's half-hour.
Write questions and hand In, by C.
ll:30'a. Round tdble on sup superintendents'
erintendents' superintendents' problems, by J. M. Way.
2:30 p. m. Devotional.
2 p. m. "Sunday School Days,"
by -C. W. White.
3:30 p. mx. "Elementary Divis Division,"
ion," Division," by 'Miss Kilpatrick.
4 p.. in.- "Trained Leaders," by J.
M. Way. ' t
7:30 p.' m- iDevotional.
8 p. m. 'Everybody's half hours.
"What I have received to carry
home -with -me"
8.: 30 p.-m.- Address by Rev. G. S.
Roberts, chairman of the Sunday
Report of cdmmittees.
"Awarding banner to the sucssful
iSun day school.
Adoption of a slogan. i
A banner will tbo given In each
district to the Sunday school 'mak 'making
ing 'making the best record on the standard
of efficiency. 4 .
DEAFNESS CAXXOT BE CURED
by 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. Deafness ;ls caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lihlng" of tHe Eustachian tube, Whn
this tube is Inflamed you can faear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it Is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness Is the result and unless the In Inflammation
flammation Inflammation can Jbe 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 ibut an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We. will give one hundred dollats
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 Hall's Family Pills for
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. I, depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hsur. Adv.
DR. D. ML BONET
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
For Cleaning Tinware.
First wa&b the tin In hot soapsuds
and wipe thoroughly dry. Then scour
with dry flour, applied with an old
IT AliWAYS 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 takeii it of 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. x &dv
1 DiiWLutLC y o
'11 -l I. 1- f H 1 X f
.VirC- i-ii Km? S&w WW
10 ii f
('.;" I J i I Ft 1 I
Ii ; sjf ft W'i til
Fabric; a real 25
I t"ir l i
Mi im m W 'I
You know what
range of other
fabrics. No value
like it before.
Some of the
goods sells usual usually
ly usually at 25 cents per
yard, hone for
less than 15c.
Read vhat w(
are offering for
these sales days:
f f in J i.'"-;.vlt i.-llf
. A m m 1 m
ii I a E
uull J ull iLlitiiiLLii,
100 SQ. PERCALE,
Every yard warranted
J- ir lJ
rue ocala evening staii, monpay, ocTouim 12. 1014
j OCAL A SOCIAL AFFAIRS!
tWx-x--x-:K. :xx-x:-: xxx cx-h-x-kxh-w
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
, Columbus Day Every loyal Am American
erican American should hold sacred this day,
the 12th of October. It should be
kept as one of the sweetest mem memorials
orials memorials of the year. Let our thoughts
travel backwards and sail In fancy
with those brave admirals who cross crossed
ed crossed 'the unknown seas so inspired with
.hope and courage, straining their
eager eyes to Tehot.l that .gleam of a
(beacon light that'lead them on to the
golden promised land. Let -us give
Braise today and like Columbus seek
the country of our (better hopes and
keep our faith forever bright.
,Mrs. J A. Pillans and children
returned this morning from a week weekend
end weekend visit to 'Mrs. Piltans' parents, lr.
end Mrs. J. 'L. Smith and fainlly at
Dr. and Mrs. iL. ill. von Engelken
have returned from their week-end
visit 'to their son and family at Pa-
iMts. ur. M. kittle, state 0r5u.ii1z.e1
of the OBpworth League of the iMeth iMeth-odist
odist iMeth-odist church, has ... returned from a
short 'business visit to Crystal Stiver,
where she went (Friday, in the inter interest
est interest of 'her church work.
, Miss .Nellie Gottlieb will be the
hostess of the young ladies' Ibridge
club tomorrow afternoon.
;Miss Leila Girard, one f Ocala's
efficient trained nurses, 'is at home
again frbni a 'professional visit to to
1 t.Mrs. ai. E. Layne and daughter,
IMrs. Bthel Chamibers, have returned
from their summer's visit with
friends and relatives at lairsdale,
Dr. John A. Tbackston, state in inspector
spector inspector of high schools, who has been
the guest of Prof. Cassel3 and family,
ihas returned to his homo in Oalnes-
9 9 9
arr. an'd airs. fE. CM. Howard left
yesterday afternoon for Auburn Auburn-dale,
dale, Auburn-dale, where they will spend the week
at'iMr. (Howard's orange grove. While
in that city they .will be guests of
air. and iMrs. M. Oiaynara ana
9 9 9
A card from ; .M r. an d CXI rs. P. IV.
Leaven good announces that they had
unpleasant voyage from Jacksonville
trt Rh.ltimore. and were about to
leave the latter city on 'their, way, to
'Western Pennsylvania and Ohio.
Irs. R. L. Lang and daughter, lit little
tle little CNIls-s Wdlliemae, were- here a part
of 'Friday and (Saturday with the
former's sister, .Mrs. W. W. A vera,
they having stopped over here while
en route to their home in Ocala
from an outing in North Carolina
and Tennessee. iMr. 'Liang came up
ifrrrm Ocala in his car and accom-
vanied them home. Gainesville Su
Mrs. V. tH. Chaiille, formerly pt
this city, will be the (Miami delegate
to the state W. C. T. U. convention,
which meets in Jacksonville -Nov. 8.
edal occasion is being looked forward
to with great enthusiasm and inter interest.
9 9 9 j
Mrs. "William Knight will arrive'
home from a lengthy visit to rela relatives
tives relatives In. Valdosta, Ga., tomorrow.
Miss Louise Booe left on the early
morning train for (Mcintosh to re resume
sume resume her 'school work.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Highlands and
family and Mr. and 5Irs. W. J. Igh Igh-lands
lands Igh-lands and family have leased the
upper Bell flat on Fort King and will
make their home there this winter,
air. Highlands and family have re recently
cently recently come to our city from .New
York and are greatly -pleased with
Mrs. B. IL 'Mote will arrive tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow from Leesburg for an indefinire
visit to her Bisters, iMrs. (William
Hocker and IMrs. Louis Duval.
- .Mrs. Ida V. Gates was the hotsess
of. the ladies of the Baptast sewing
circle at her home this afternoon.
Assisted by her dan ghter, IMrs. .Mar .Martin,
tin, .Martin, iMrs. Oatesrved sandwiches
and Ices to her guest safter the
work of the afternoon.
iMrs. William 'Hocker and family,
(Mrs. Louis Juval and fMrs. Jack
Camp and family spent Saturday
afternoon, picnicking and enjoying
the water sports, (at Lake Weir. ,A
bounteous lunch was served in com commemoration
memoration commemoration of the most interesting
fact that it was little iMiss, 'Marguer 'Marguerite
ite 'Marguerite 'Hocker's birthday. T:v r r
Dr. and IMrs.' Sylvan IdElroy and
little son of Orlando, arrived yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. iMrs. iMcElroy and son will
imake an extended visit to her par parents,
ents, parents, Qlr. and (Mrs. John iDozier dur during
ing during IMr. 'MoBIroy's ) (albsenoe; In the
north, the doctor leaving immediate immediately
ly immediately for (Rochester, QLinn., where he
will remain for some time attending
lectures. : '
'Mr. and Mrs. torltland and 'Mr. C.
G. iFraier have leased the resldence
on Oklawaha formerly o-ccupied :by
Xjr. iPeek and ifamily and will make
It their home for the winter.' tMr.
fand iMrs. CVIortland are contemplat contemplating
ing contemplating the erection of a bungalow in
the aufrurbs and if ; so will spend
tl:? winters in Ocala.
Miss Justina iRhody rretnrned .to .today
day .today from a month's vacation at Lake
Mar. 'and IMrs. (Pred Vogt have a
bright and 1'prettyr daughter at their
home. The little lady came Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning and was made most
welcome. FredV was s-o proud that
his friends had to 'hold shim. down 'all
day. fThfs is a 'boy and a girl for jMr.
and IMr. Vogt, and Fred say its
just- the family he wants.
HOWARII C. MUXROE
Ail, the older Presidents of
and many otTerfnehds win deenlv
regret to hear K)f ; the dealh of
1 r .j
I m mm M wm tF"
quiet and geniaTNgentleman which
occurred on the steamer Mohawk
Saturdaj, while he was on his 'way
home from New York state, where
he spent the summer.
Howard &lu nroewas-aom in
1S08 at Syracuse, (N. -Y. He came to
Florida, with his parents, brothers
and sisters and settled on what was
then known as the Scott plantation,
southwest of the city, but known for
the fast thirty years as the IMunroe
neighborhood, iand engaged in orange
culture. -He left Ocala in 1903 on
account of failing health and spent
several years in the west. During
the past five years he has been with
'bis, sisters at their suburban "home
'here during the winter and in the
Adirondack mountains -in the su m-
'Mr. aiunroe had been in bad health
for some time, (but the end was not
expected so soon, and a few days
ago ibrother, Mr. T. T. Munroe,
who was with him in iMarcellu3, N.
Y., said he was ouite strong and
Mr. JMunroe sailed on the IMohawk
from tXew York City on Wednesday,
and died at sea. It is supposed the
invigorating sea air over-stimulated
him and 'brought on a hemorrhage.'
iMr.T. T. (Munroe received a tele
gram yesterday shortly after the ar
rival of the ship in JacksonTille,
which gave- the bare fact. of his
brother death from hemorrhage.
Mr. (Munroe sent, his nephew, Mr.
Allan Walkley to Jacksonville ; to
have the remains embalmed and
shipped 'to Syracuse, where they; will
be laid to rest Wednesday. iMrs. T.
T. iMunroe and the tMisses Aibbie and
A'nnie tMunroe of this city, who have
'been in .3Ce'w York -state all summer,
will be present at the funeral.
Mr. M unrioe is survived (by t wo
brothers, IMessrs. T. T. and Robert.
fMunroe, and two sisters, Misses Ab Ab-bie
bie Ab-bie and-Annie IMunroe all of this
city.:' ' ; ' V-'; : K-t -'-While
living for-'so many years In
sight of Ocala, tMr.. IMunroe was so
devoted to Ttis countrv- home and life
that he wasMbut seldom seen' in the n
city. The IMunroe 'home on the
'heights south of town was one of the
most beautifully situated in the
county,, and its natural advantages
were added to hy sood taste and in industry
dustry industry until all who saw it praised
it. :,'8It: Olunroe was very successful
In. orange culture, and 'at the time of
the great freeze irr isyp ne nao one mation that he will start 'for home
of the finest groVes in the county, ext Wednesday. Hei its feeling fine
tHe was one of the most Industrious an(j' at .prospects of: getting home
and ipainstaklng in repaliring i the ajnf overwhelmed witb happiness:
great calamity. Ia Ms death his iMr..'G'eri:g- has been -auite 111 since
family has lost a' Tored member, his rnvirr Ocala several '.months ago
friends an honored frfend ;and 'his s n0st 'of friends will be, de-
county fana siaxe a worw.oau useiui lighted ta see himiagainv
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This year we have a larger and
more complete stock of this
than ever. No mention need
made as to GLAPP
KAIFORD AV DITTO
susdj: school coventiox
Dr. iH. 'Fj "Watt has-' boughtthe
nretty and fconvenient colttage .re-
cently 'built jby the Ocala JLmmejbr &T;hood.
Sirpply Co. firtiinwood, and ho and
Its. (WTatt and their bright 4'ittle
daughter will move into their ?new
home this week.
TPifiTe are manv lir Ocala -who wiUK (The Sunday School -Tntxitute of
sincerely .regret- to le'a-rn that iMr. titer Ocala. division o? the fFIorlda
TTarfford W. (Ditto is no more He conferences --of the iMethadfst Eylsco Eylsco-rnz(fi
rnz(fi Eylsco-rnz(fi awac eit tho Jiorrre of his -sis- al church 1 South, commenced at
(Mr. and iMr.
Mrs. Qeo. C. (Driver, in ,Blr- pcalar Qiccday October ,izr uev.
, tSatunlay night. HST. Whiter field secretary of the con-
Ditto. Tonnsrest son off ferenee. conducting devotional
iW. : trJDttto. came toj-vcicea acting as chairraan
Ocala -with ibis narents In his 'boy-rGeo. H. York of (Rodman
He passed several years in Jed secretary.
's i i m
9 9 9
: .Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Oarnniohael
treached home this afternoon f rora
IHot Springs, Ark. 'Everybody will
be glad to know that 'Mr. Carmichael
an unusually b'rightj The following -delegates were en-
n-hA iWAH hAhnVAtl llmr. LT.nrl was tptv" rmTTprTr D. Haines. Ot bt. 1'Ciers-
highly esteemed iby
all, who knew -Burg; 3Irs. J. iR. Shaw t of Island
xMiss Beulah: 'Whitney of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who has bee nenjoying a visit
-with .Miss tMar jorie ;McDbwell, in
Gainesville, has gone to Orange
Lake, 'where sne is iue is much improved,
friends. She was accompanied ; by 0 m
liss iMcuoweii. i xui-u xx.v,. .tMr and-airs: S. J. Hilburn have
aiiss-JWWtn'ey and LMiss McDowell rcturned to ,theilr beautiful h(cme ia
are well Known m thft xorth End. iMrs. iHilburn has
while the guests of Miss ;W hitney s spenng -the esason in Mont-
uncle and aunt, (Mr. and Mrs. JBarry Termf where Miss Kathleen is
at Orange 'Lake, will come to Ocala attending school, -and Judge iHllburn
for a short visu. v has (been in Chicago for the. past few
, week's seeing after legal business lor
In appreciation of the splendid ,QjjaTles geig and the" 'New (South
work of tiirs. C. J. (Rbgero, who sold ,Farm Home Company. Palatka
400 tickets ;f or the iHupmobile con- TimeSHerald."
test for the local; Elks the lodge
presented her with a handspme gold mSTZ EATS AT THE FAIR
-locket and chain. The gift Is valua- ;
ible and 'L3 true evidence mdi wuti E-erybody will be glad to hear
Elks appreciate the hurtling efforts ith,at the .ladies .of the Presbyterian
of the lady who contributed so much cnurch have charge of the res-
to the success of the auto contest. taurant .at the Olarion County Fair
Palatka Times-Herald. again this year. They imade a great
jsuccess of the enterprise last year
There -was no meeting, of the nd leased everybody .who sat at
Presbyterian sewing circle this aft- their tables.
ernoon, on account of a special as-
sembly meeting called at the church HOSPITAli NOTES
for the afternoon. y
: I air. J. tt. unite or uarno was
Dr. W. H. Dodge of the Presbyter- brought to the hospital yesterday
. Ian church will leave in the morning and operated on this morning. He
for Dunnllon, where for the next lis doing well.
fe wdays he will ibe in attendance
(upon the Sawanee Presbytery, "which
will be in session in that little city
."vWilnesdav and Thursday. It has
ibeen many years since the Dunnel
(Little Powe Crosby is improving.
tAll other patients are doing well.
Grove ; ;H. 01. Irvin, of Dade City;
He removed to Jacksoirnire"about llMIss Alice Hicks, of uxiora; atev.
a dozen years ago, and soon, made a H. G. ISlaymaker and airs. W. u.
place for -himself "in the (business af- Graham, of fReddick;" 3Iiss Eliza Eliza-fa'lrs
fa'lrs Eliza-fa'lrs of that city. A year and a half jbeth -Both,, of Tavaresr iMiss .Emma
ago, he was ipartiter in the firm of Shealey, of Anthony; Rc George H.
Ditto & Fife, owning two well equip- York, of (Rodman; liss 'Mamie Por-
ped drugstores; his 'busiriess' was cher of Leroy, and Rev. F, R. Bridg-;
flourishing, his health was good and es 'presiding elder, Ocala district,
all life seemed bright 'before him. Rev. J. iM. Gross, pastor of Ocala
(In the early summer of last year, church; )Mrs. W. fV. Clyatt and Olrs.
he was stricken down, with typhoid !R. iL. Bridges, as delegates from
and for weeks his life was despaired Ocala.
of. The skill of his physicfans and tRev. F. R. Bridges was appointed
devoted care of his relatives Drought chairman of committee on. Tesolu Tesolu-him
him Tesolu-him back from the borderland,' but tion. iMr. S. iD. Haines, chairman of
he never recovered from the sick-1 committee on graded iwork.
ness, tho able o be up and about I The speakers of the evening were
and even, (to a limited extent, to at- Rev. C. W. White, on the (Rural
tend to 'business. Simdv School. IMr. J. 01. "Way on
Some months ago, he went with the City Sunday School and its prob-
his mother to (Birminsham. tfrxr a homo rr ruied .TTHrnhph IxilnfLtrick
visit to his sister.' He was feelinarLn Ainlt AVftmsin' Work In the Sun-
better a few weeks ago, and then be-1 day (School. These addresso were
gan to fail again. An operation be- all very interesting and instructive,
came necessary, and was performed The Sunday resvices were of an
Thursday. His system was too weak exceptional character. Prof. J. M.
to stand the shock, and Saturday Way, field secretary of the South
night the end came. Carolina conference, giving an In-
With him in his last hours were spiring address to a large and in in-his
his in-his mother and sister, and his elder terested audience. In the evening
ibrother, Mr. IF. W. Ditto of this city. Miss Kilpatrick, field secretary of
They (brought his remains to Jack- the IXorth iMIssissippi conference,
sonville, to be laid iby the side of his gave quite an instructive address on
father, 'Who died some years ago. the subject, "The Grand : Motive in
..Mrs. F. W. 'Ditto and little son, Sunday School Work
'Frank, (Mrs. Qlamie !Fox 'and Qlrsl E. The institute will hold three ser ser-L.
L. ser-L. Ditto left yesterday afternoon for vHces daily, 9 a. m. to 12 m., 2:30 p.
R003I AND EATIX FOP. A' J 0L7 LMl Al
The library Association is plan
ning to give an entertainment about
Ion church had the honor of enter-1 Thanksgiving time
talnins: the Presbytery and this spe- "DICK"
Room 'Without Eztk ;C1.GD
Running Water in Every Room in the Ilcti
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AZU) A HALT
Jacksonville; to attend the funeral. m. to 4:30 and 7:30.
a wiu recvivvu tuis mwramg irom The liibrary Association is nlan
Mr.. ilbert Gerig, who has been for ning Jo give an entertainment about
so long an inmate of Johns Hopkins Thanksgiving time.
hospital, gives the-gratifying infor- 3iICK
A good one-horse load for
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for.J
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle mill, pry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Cash on Delivery.
. p l-
THE OCALA EVENING OTAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1914
1 Ot.'t'.. t A ttq tt'B'i: p 'I If ip'i'iBji-rt'aliir1HMrifJt"1' ttf ""rt"1f'lr-ij-tl-ff-
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-''; v. ; Vs"V.-. .r-'i;". V' .y ;.i .-'-.-ri '.'' '; ', f'V..- .'-''-.'
Just Received a Solid" Carload of
C L Y DE
I ii s
' Iff J
F1EST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate gaod on anylof the Company's
Steamers '.o'' ":' :
Anonsi 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
"Return limit 10 Bays.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and' Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations aal further particulars apply to
. Florida i Passenger Agent, '. -,'.'.
CUT THE Tillll
THE HOST TOO
Boston, Oct. 12, 3 p. m. After a
hardfought game, the third contest
of the series went to the iBraves by
5 to 4.
: iR H E
1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 04 8 1
1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1-5 9 1
Batteries: Philadelphia, Bush and
Schang; 'Boston, Tyler and Gowdy.
Umpires, Klein, plate; Dineen, on
bases; Byron, left field; iHildebrand;
Official attendance, 35,620.
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
. 4 ", A.- ; - n . .": ...
Artificial Duilders Board ninriufactur ninriufactur-ed
ed ninriufactur-ed for interior finishing,
For samples, prices, .etc., call or vrite
Pi. ill .1 ii
RUSTLED FOR TIfE RUBL.ES
Rt. Rer. Abbott Charles, Fres. Kev. rather lieneaict, director.
i ' : it -:
silo lueo u
.- : : o.
Five MIle; "West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio A
Boarding bcnooiTor tsoys ijnarterea June .-iow
CLASSICAL AND COLIMERGIAL COURSES
I $225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOdTHS
Saturday evening, the gentlemen
financing the enterprise of taking
the baseball ireports found themselves
in the hole several dollars, but this
morning Messrs. J. J. Oer'ig and E. C.
Bennett went out and rounded up
the public spirited and -corraled j
enough coin- to .overcome the deficit.
There is a wire into the theater;
and air. R.' T. Adams is acting as
To be 3Iade at 3Ieeting AViUi the
State Railroad Commission at
Uie Conrtltouse Tomorrow
The mem-bers of the State Rail Railroad
road Railroad Commission 'will "-meet with
citizens of Ocala and repres'entatives
of the railroads at the courthouse at
10 a. m. tomorrow.
The 'committee appointed !by Pres
ident .laoKay of 'the sBoard of Trade
will meet at Board of T.rade head-
r quarters at 8 a. in., to-put the argu argument
ment argument of the citizens for -a depot into
The Seaboard, we understand, is
in. favw of the uriiont station, ibut
the Coast .(Line will oppose it, as it
U. S. POST OFPICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
operator taking the reports hot off Already has a good station in the
the griddle, whileIr. J. J. Cerig eart of the. city, and thinks that a
cprv hnm nn thru the mesjanhone. cnange win inconvenience us ;pai-
Seems to the Star like Ocala might 1,011 s as well -as itself. A majority
.Wflvfl hnpivnn vnt.Tmstasm pnmierh in oi -ine ciuzens, nowever, seem lO
nan out -.twenty nlunks a day.' vnmt the station.
S03H1 BIG MEN IN THE CITY
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1 1 m m. & at &, k t
Distributor of Badger Eoard
State of Florida.
UMJMIM HlililllllllllllH HUM III II illWHUi" Hll 1 1 1 I Ill mi L ' -v-"-'r.---'i
SAINT LO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Messrs. J. IN. Brand, general sup
erintendent, 'and H.vO. lMcAr.thur,
divisioii superintendent, of the A.
Will be the New Nanie ,of 3Ir. Ii. o jt, two of the .most efficient rail-
Goldman's Big Drygoods Store I oroad "men in the South, are in .the
city tt'o attend the union depot 'hear 'hearing
ing 'hearing tomorrow.. t
who owns the dwelling- tho business property tlir.t Ltz.z
of courso yoa tliink that yoa' do; but are you riIit?
tho question is worth considering, it involves tlio oric' 3
: ; "
. the development f individual ownership In land.
1 in the beinni; of civilizr.tion r.o man ov.zizZ any dcf.nit rrJ
of 'the earth, nomadic tribes camped over r .rtki.Ir.r r-c-cile::.; c
" it; homes and trading placc3 were not ilxcd; land v,."3 tco rltl-
ul for individuals to dispnts over tho occupancy cl r.r.y p:
nr b id)
l ClioSce'seSectedl, ; per gallon, $1.25
fleeted!, uer barrel,, ; 2i0
M MJ -K B M 1CW
The judges of a name for ;Mr. B.
Goldman's big drygoods store, name
ly Mr. F. -E. Harris of the Banner,
President G. J. iBlitch of the Com
mercial Bank, and Mr. J. H. Benja
min of the Star, met at the bank
Saturday afternoon to select a name
for the -store.
The stack of letters In reply to the
advertisement was a. tribute to -.Mr.
All the memibers ;ot the railroad
commission, iMessrs. Burr, BHtch and
SDunnV are also here, and the Sea
board's" delegation is expected on; the
limited ithi's. afternoon.
PRZEMYSL ANli CRACOW
K f mm
We ship in Sealed ins.
W e solicit your orders.
UTT Ii I
A. great deul of
71 7E have just added to our business, a large
and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
OCALA GAS 'mm. WORKS,
"The Buiclt Aoency."
PHONE 271 0 GALA, FTORID A
florida title and abstract corporation
I I (
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving, of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
ISavannah Xews: Two cities very
Goldman's enterprise and the circu- much in the public; eye just at.pres-
latlon of the Ocala papers. -There .ent Przemysl and Cracow. As
were hundreds -of them, from all they are strategic points in the east-
over Florida, and half the states 'in m section of the .European war zone
the tpublic is likely to hear a great
appropriateness dea more abqut them before the 'war
and ingenuity was manifested in theen(s
names: also woof that bright minds Przemysl picturesquely situated on
run in the same channels; several the river San, 1'40 miles east of Cra
good names ibeing backed up vby a cow by rail, had a population of only
dozen or more people apiece.. 10,000 in 1900. Of this number
The judges finally decided on the a'bout, one-third were Jews. It was
Ocala Bargain 'House as .being onost founded in the eighth century and in
expressive, and -fitting. This (name the tMiddle Ages became an important
was sent in by two OUrs. 1H. 'D. gUath- city with a population of 50,000 tout
ews of Eureka and G. Maxwell of its importance was destroyed and
iFessenden. The prizo money .will 'most of the population annihilated in
'be divided between them. the seventeenth, century by invasions
; A number sent in the nams "The fby the' Tartars from the south; the
Omk RflTMin t.rtrp arr th Cossacks tfrom the east and the
judges preferred house to store .he- Swedes -from the north.. On the" hill
cause it seemed to somewhat better I above Przemysl. are the ruins of an
cover the 'business. eld castle .which is said to have been
' ; :. built by Casimir the Great. The Aus-
v SOME CORRECTIONS trians Ibegan to fortify Przemysl in
7 1847 and spent .more than $5,000,-
'Editor Star: By reference to the 000 on the fortifications therewhich
original typewritten manuscript' you consist pf twelve permanent torts
will find that your typesetter and and double .that number of lunettes,
proofreader -were a little at -fault in w.hlch face toward the.north and east.
hniiincr mvrtip n Thfl Cra cow lies in the. fertile valley, of
Bunch iBond Ordinance.'.
The sentence reading as
"The averajre citizen. everything' be- 11 has a Population of 70,000 and sev-
ing equal, would naturally patronize ent' ears aS u as th,e capital of
the municipal ice plant as he would the short lived Polishrepublic. It
know that any loss incident 'to its was founded with a view toward its
operation would have to be made up natural fortifications an a sries of
in the form of general taxation," etc., fitten modern -fortifications mantles
is rendered meaningless by a general the hills around it. The old castle,
mix-up and transposing of words. wmch was once the residence or tne
(See 'last line of first column et seq.) Polish klnSs' and the old avails still
In second line from beginning you stand- tbe former being used by the
have it bond "issue" instead of ibbnd strian soldiers as barracks and the
"election"; at. top of second column walls promenade. Cracow In
on page three you have it if streets 1815 was declared by the Congress of
are "laidv Instead of "paved."' Vienna to be "forever a free, inde-
There are other minor Inaccur- Indent, strictly neutral city, under
acies Teadily apparent which do not the protection of -Russia, Austria and
obscure the sense, such as "obliging" Prussia." The condition lasted un un-for
for un-for "obligating," "this" for "that," 111 1S84 wben the city foecame .the
and the improper use or the article hctb Polish conspiracy and in in-"an"
"an" in-"an" for the conjunction "and," and trigue and its ,niree protecting pow pow-vice
vice pow-vice versa. .R. A. Burford. ers took awa' its independence, de-
; spite French and .English opposition
to 'the step, and Cracow became a
part of the crown lands of Austria.
, , ,
Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quart:, c;:::i
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, cio3in
out at 35 cents por jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother u:.:l to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans. Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.,
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celeB rated Cofrces, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
the Vistula river and is on the Rus-
. A A. m.J 0s.
fnirA,0 i iciu. jrrussian ana LaLiisiria-u ftiiii.
OUR NEXT DOOR STATE
Mg day, of the matches of the South- a1' WiC LUi JUU1 V.
era Interstate Rifle Association and
Georgia carried off all the honors,
if sent to
Bitting &. Knight. Phone
not only the state team
match but also the long range team
The Library AssociaUon Is plan
ning to give an entertainment about
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"We Treat Your Clothes Wliitc,.
Rough Dry Work Done 0 Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles -wacicd
by hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING In
pi w r. b r"7 f"
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Advertise In the STAR for results.
THX3 OCAM EVTLMNG BTA1U MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1G14
OIWGS OF THE VjfijXT LOONS
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IMAKC ANi MOi NOUd. TH
TOW .lJr- .j
NO ITSE: umcnM
AIN'T SOCM BAD
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VSLL I'M CllAD
HB'S aONE.,MA: IT
IMPELS ME KIND Of-
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mkel my Vrr
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To" iXLAVG. IT M
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I have moved to the Burnett
Building' on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert worls ex executed
ecuted executed in ; this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A:- M, BOBBITTj
14 FORT KING AVENUE
S 1(1 SESS
shire to 'New York, has !ben ap appealed
pealed appealed -to the court and it is consid considered"
ered" considered" certain that the court will take
it up and dispose of It at an early
date. - '
RECORD OF PAGAUS IGNORED X
Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Office Thone 10.
Night Phone 94.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
America's Highest Tribunal lias Re Returned
turned Returned to AVork After Its Sum Sum-iner
iner Sum-iner Vacation
Washington, Oct. 12. With nearly
a thousand cases on itsdocket awaitr
ing disposition, the supreme court of
the United States reconvened today
after having been in recess since, last
June. The proceedings of the court,
! though brief,, -were attended with
greater interest than usual because
iof the administration of the judicial
I oath to fllr. Justice James B. 31c 31c-'
' 31c-' KKKK:kKKKKKK:2 j Reynolds, formerly attorney general
"fresnman memoer or xne venera
ible court. .Mr. iMcReynolds, take3 the
place left vacant (by the death of (Mr.
Justice Lurton. Justice 'Mcjleynolds
took the official oath sometime ago,
but the judicial oath was not ad ad-ministered
ministered ad-ministered until today. ;
On the stroke of twelve o'clock
noon the robed justices filed into the
court room from the robing room and
took their seats. Tlie chamber was
filled to overflowing with friends of
Mr. 'McReynblds who came to see him
take the oath. The court crier re repeated
peated repeated in stentorian tones the famil
iar "oyez," "oyez" and the specta specta-tators
tators specta-tators who stood while the justices
were entering resumed their seals.
Then Chief Justice White an announced
nounced announced .that the Hon. James B. Mc Mc-Reynolds
Reynolds Mc-Reynolds of Tennessee, 'had. been ap appointed
pointed appointed by the 'president of the Unit United
ed United States to succeed Mr. Justice Lur Lur-ton
ton Lur-ton and that Mr. tMciReynolds would
jtake the oath. The members of the
court and the spectators arose as. the
court crier's gaval fell, iMr. aioRey aioRey-nolds
nolds aioRey-nolds .stepped to. the desk of .Clerk
James D. Iaher and read the judi judicial
cial judicial oath
Funeral Directors "So help you, God," Interjects!
AVork Done by Iiicensed, Em-tiMr. Maher as Mr. IMcReynolds finish-
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
, : :
fMver '& lacSay
UIlDERTftKERS and EfMLOERS
fine Caskets and Dorlal Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C.Vr. ROBERTS
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
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Your attacks of lumbago are not j
nearly so hopeless as they seeai seeai-You
You seeai-You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment oh the 'back and' loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, whicA
penetrates quickly all in t thru the
sore tender muscles; limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get, a
bottle of (Sloan's Liniment for 23
cents of any druggist and have it in
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, tout it
does give almost Instant relief
Couldnr. Beat That.
An enterprising young florist, In or order
der order to increase his trade, displayed
this sign in his window; "W give a
packet of flower seeds 'with every
plant" His competitor across the
street promptly sought to meet! the
competition by placing- in his window
the following announcement: ; "We
give the earth with every plant." ;
THJl' ALiLi DEMAND IT
March of Events Brought Forth the
- Christian Saint as the Per.
' eonal Ideal.
The transition from pagan to medio
val thinking Is marked by the intro introduction
duction introduction of Christian ideals and tho
ascendancy bf the organized church,
asserts a "writer in the Engineering
Magazine. The itoman citizen, ani animated
mated animated by the sense of human dig dignity,
nity, dignity, had cultivated a quick assertion
of rights and a quick resentment of
wrongs. The Christian priest, humil humiliated
iated humiliated by a sense of sin, now. sounded
the depths of self-sacrlflce and bodily
mortification. The hordes of barba barbarian
rian barbarian invaders who exterminated the
martially incliaed Romans ignored
the humble early Christian bishops,
and permitted them to: possess them themselves
selves themselves of the administrative plan of
the fallen empire, and organize their
church upon it.
Learning also fell into the hands
of the church, so that soon the story
of ancient virtue was real only In
monasteries where, viewed as the rec record
ord record of pagans, it fell, coldly upon minds
filled with the doctrine of human
depravity, and cramped into a barren
dialectic by the limits which religious
dogma imposed. ;And bo", within the
precincts of the church, in the her hermit's
mit's hermit's retreat and in protected monas
teries and nunneries, the Image of
the pagan hero faded into the back background
ground background and that of the Christian saint
was Installed as the personal ideal.
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Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert wor
gmaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Latfner
"W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala. ;
English Soldier, Determined to Win
His Wager, Absolutely ignored
- Summons of Death.
When Colonel Hay, notorious for his
Ocala, Like Every Ctiy nd Town in
.the Union, Receives It.
People with kidney ills want to
be cured. When one suffers the tor
tures of an aching back, relief is
eagerly sought fpr. There areihany
remedies today that relieve, but do
not cure. Doan's Kidney Pills hav e
KrMicr1if .laaHncr-roanltc r thmiRan.ls. Invo Af wmW irt nnfl hpttinc Was Se U 1
Here is some Ocala, evidence of their verely wounded in the Peninsular war, ti
i ?- f I I' V I
"AM now in business for jnycclf. Conducting
tail bar and Mail Order House. I cm give you
-is, and. as .much as.any.one els&4n.-ausinci fryo-.-v
teen years in the business has taught me what
and I ani supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODi; A?, I)
. 1 $
Poor Hay! He s gone at last," said i
one named Windsor. j I
Mrs. A. E Holly, 113 S. Second apparentlylifeless body.
St., Ocala, says: VAbout three years
ago I was having a great deal of
trouble with my kidneys, ? The kid kidney
ney kidney secretions were scanty and pain painful
ful painful in passage. My back .was sore
Good Old 65 'Proof Rye.
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, ( i
at per gallon. J
A faint voice came from the
ground: "I'll lay you a cool hunarea
he's not." His death seemed only
a Question of minutes, but he contin-
Corn or Gin
Ions cr l;-
and lame and every timeT stooped, a ued: "Enter the bet, and you, Mars
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order will have
i J. L. SMOAK
TJJ At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
i fl. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now. located,, in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and. South Second Street, where
te will be pleased to see his friends
i. IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Lcppcntcp and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Con-4Mft
4Mft Con-4Mft Work. Gives -more and better
-work for the money than any other
CGStractcr in the city.
ed repeating the oath.
"So help nie, Cod," repeated IMr.
The new justice stepped back and
Wright, the venerahle marshal of the
court who escorted him to his seat
on the extreme right of the bench,
the seat that all "baby" members of
thecourt occupy until .they move up
in the order of seniority nearer the
middle of the bench.
(Major iWTright has performed a
similar duty for nearly half the
members of the court.
' Solicitor Davis then arose and pre-'
septed sto the court the new" attorney
general, James B. Gregory!
This done, the court proceeded to
routine lousiness and then adjourned
to go to the 'White -House and in ac
cordance with time honored custom,
presented its respects (to the presi
dent of the United States.
Tomorrow the court will get down
to real (business. As is the custom no
opinions were handed down and the
first opinion day will Ibe next Mon Monday.
For the first time in several years
the court today ibegan business with without
out without the prospect of any 'early decis decisions
ions decisions in important cases. Last year
the court worked hard and disposed
of practically all the important cas cases
es cases on the docket. The only cases of
nation wide Importance that Were not
disposed of last year and ttfat are
now under advisement are the grand
father's clause case, revolving about
the right of the state of Oklahoma
through its constitution to (prohibit
negroes from voting by imposing an
educational qualification for suffrage
but exempting from its operation all
persons whose ancestors were not
Several railroad cases of some im importance
portance importance are expected to be disposed
of 'by the court in the near future.
These are the (Nashville, Tenn., grain i
rebilling case, the Georgia railroad j
commission case, involving the right
of the Georgia railroad commission!
to impose fines upon railroads that j
violate its orders and the Oklahoma!
Jim Crow law case. j
The case of Harry K. Thaw who is
fighting extradition from New lHamp-)
catch took me across my Hons. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh underneath my eyes was puffed
up. I tried several kidney medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,
but nothing did me any good until I
started taking Doan's Kidney Pills.
I improved from the first and was
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
ton" addressing the otner omcer
He then fainted; When he was taken
to hospital the surgeon told him tho
bulleC could only be removed by saw
ing through two Tibs and introduc introducing!
ing! introducing! a child's hand to extract it, as
forceps could r not touch it. "Tho
chances are," he added, "that you will
die under the operation."
"'If Winsor" will make his hetdoublo
Good Old 70 4 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons,
lons, gallons, or more, C flt
at tier crallon.
J j at.-per : gallon
Jany order -:yhu
meet 'the pric
simply ask for i kindey remedy get I or quits, I'll consent," said the colo-
Doan's Kindev Pills the sssne that l nel,
Mrs. : Holly had. Foster-Milburn Winsor agreed.
Co., Troprietorsi Buffalo. N. Y. 2. "Now saw away," said Hay. "I
won't die." And he did not.
American Chewing Cum In GerfnJny. But for that bet, he said atter-
American chewing gum is now being waras, "i snouia pe a aeaa man; n
old in-all larsa cities In Germany. was my determination to win u inai
kept me alive."
In Glass Juirs. Packed in two .One Gallon Ju;v?
Make my place your headquarters v.-hile in the city. V
welcome and be treated right at all times and on cvtrr
tion at "Johnny's Place.' v
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Uerchants & Lliners Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
service. Wireless telegraph on all
iteamers. Through fares and tickets
'o all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KIND J o
. ties and on draft.
, I I -li III (; J iJ. I I i
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
- Jacksonville, Fla.
yfau 'ufti to Suave
Fiecognlzed .Sinews cf War.
On the occasion of the annual en
campment of a western militia, one
of the soldiers, a clerk who lived
well at home, was experiencing much
difficulty in disposing of his rations.
A fellow sufferer near by was watch watching
ing watching with no little amusement the first
soldier's attempts to fletcherlze a
piece of meat. "Any trouble, Tom?"
asked ,the second .soldier, sarcastic sarcastically.
ally. sarcastically. :
"None in particular," was the re response.
sponse. response. Then, after a sullen survey
of the bit of beef he held in his hand,
the amateur fighter observed:
"Bill, I now fully realize what peo people
ple people mean when they speak of the
sinews of war."
Not Quite Pure Gold.
Into a New York Jewelery store
there came a shy, pretty young lady
with her engagement ring, which had
been bought there and which she
would like to have changed.
The ring fitted, her exactly and she
was greatly pleased with the noble
sentiment of the inscription, "What'
e'er betide, let love abide," but she
did not like its arrangement.
Examination showed that the stolid,
unimaginative old German engraver
had carved in the sentence regardless
of the ring-maker's little stamp of
quality, and bo it read. "Whatever De De-tide,
tide, De-tide, let 14-K Jove abide." Judge.
OPEN Da AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C.-L. -depot
corner. Aitals a ia carte and lunches
at any j.or. Adv.
Frash drugs,tha is the only kind
we have. Bitting Knis-t.
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HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ItOASTS
. What Would You Good Folks Do?
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You Will Take Enough of Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but tliis ice man of yours.
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SOME FACTS CONCERNING PACK
OF PLAYING CARDS.
Have Eeen Known as Far Back as
History Reaches, and Their Signifi Significance
cance Significance Has Seldom Been Thor-.
v "The oldest book in the world' said
tae wise woman of the party of card
players, indicating the pack of cards
held in her hands. "Its leaves have
been called playing cards since; the
fourteenth century, but they were
known as far back as history reaches,
by the Chinese, Persiansx and Egyp Egyptians,
tians, Egyptians, not to name the ancients of
prehistoric times. A pack of cards
said to be a thousand years old is
preserved in the museum of the Roy Royal
al Royal Asiatic society.
"The women who play bridge all
the morning and then all the after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and after that go to bridge par parties
ties parties in the evening," said another of
the party, ""little think what ancient
things they are playing with. But
what was the purpose of this book
In the time before It became a game?"
"The mystic book," answered the
wise woman, "held the hidden wis wisdom
dom wisdom of the ancient world. It was
used by the priests in their temples
when time was young. Call its ori origin
gin origin Egyptian or what you will, it is
full of astronomical symbolism 'and
the wisdom of numbers; such learn learning
ing learning as .meri had of old was carefully
concealed from the uninitiated. But
to those who could ..read it the mys mystic
tic mystic test book' was a veritable book of
"The cards, for one thing are all
symbols of the astrological art Each
one is an emblem. It would tire you
if I "would attempt to go Into the sub subject
ject subject deeply. I can only glance along
the top waves of the deep ocean.
But notice a few particulars which
lie upon the surface
"The0 52 emblems or pages of this
brok represent the 52 weeks in ; the
year. The 12 court emblems are the
12 months, tEe43 cards in each suit
represent the sun and the 12 signs
of the zodiac, the four suit figures the
"Further but thisvyou can easily
see- the heart is the emblem of spring
and love, the trefoil or clover leaf--we
call it clubof summer and knowl knowledge,
edge, knowledge, the diamond of autumn and
wealth, and the acorn or spade of
winter, labor and death.
The pages of this book are in red
and black. White was once used in
place of red. These colors in the
cards symbolize night and day, astro astronomically,
nomically, astronomically, and the lights and shades
of life as applied to man.
"Look closely at the court cards and,
notice the emblems carried. These
all survive from the ancient forms.
The' queens hold the lotus flower,
supplemented In the case of the queen
of spades by the distaff, emblem of
Industry, kept through all the long
centuries. The king and queen of
clubs bear symbols of wisdom the
king still plainly showing the winged
"Each suit has its mystic symbol symbolism,
ism, symbolism, corresponding to the planets, in
both suit and spots. Venus and Mer Mercury
cury Mercury rule hearts, Mars and the earth
rule clubs, Jupiter and Neptune, dia diamonds;
monds; diamonds; Saturn and Uranus, spades.
But I am becoming too astronomical.
I "must close this fascinating book."
"No, no' the others protested. "And
what about the joker?'
"Oh, the joker is a modern inven invention.
tion. invention. He does not count in any se serious
rious serious game of life or of cards. Yet
there was in the days of old always a
court jester, so- this new card is not
really out of place among queens and
Fortunes In Lace.
Several millionaire families in New
York possess immense fortunes in
laces alone. The laces owned, by the
Astor family are valued at $300,000;
those of the Vanderbilts at $500,000.
It -is said that, the New York Four
Hundred buy more ,lace than any
collectors in the world. No fewer
than twenty wealthy women may be
mentioned who each own' lace worth
$50,000. Lace is the luxury of the
rich. No ordinary middle-class collec collector
tor collector can hope to possess anything but
a few choice pieces, If lucky enough
to be able to have those.
There are several fine collections
amongst the English aristocracy. The
priceless lace of the late Queen Vic Victoria,
toria, Victoria, worth at least $375,000, was
chiefly left to H. R. H. Princess Henry
of Battenberg. Queen Alexandra has
a magnificent collection; years ago its
value was said to be $250,000.
In the,, living room, where the fam family
ily family is wont to gather after the day's
work, let there be a number of small
tables, with a good light for eachso
that everyone may have a chance to
read or work in comfort, or lie
stretched. at ease on the couchpaper
magazine in hand.
Let the living room be the subject of
much thought, that it may have a very
definite Influence on the life of each
member of your household. Plan, for
a big room, if possible, at least a
couple of couches and numberless easy
chairs, says Mother's' Magazine. Many
a man who now spends his time
at m the club or the saloon would far
rather stay in his own home could he
but have the chance to sit and read
by a well-lighted table, where he could
smoke In peace, with no fear of drop dropping
ping dropping ashes or leaving the odor of an
unwelcome cigar behind.
On account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th and 28th days of Octo October,
ber, October, 1914, a. special meeting of the
city -council was held on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration .books of
said city, and the following names
Ward No. l.A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. !H. McfMahan (removed),
E .L. Howell (dead.)
Ward No, 2. Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, N." P. Ives, R. C. Mjincas Mjincas-ter,
ter, Mjincas-ter, J. J. 'McCranle, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Raysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T. C. Half, Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.)
Ward No. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. (Hodges, F. R. Higgins,
M. Strauss, J. (M. Tlson a?nd Paul
Webber (removed.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lylea and J. H. IcClymond
Ward No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. M. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J: Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. IE. Delouest and Carlos L.
The city council will hear com complaints
plaints complaints at special meeting to foe 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. iH. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio. supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
A well-satlsficci customer, ii
seldom lost. He will come
back to the same house of
business which has given him
satisfaction and service
before.. The nest time you
are in the market for roofing
remember . :
n n t
i m,m i. mm
has won its way to the
front because customers
who liave covered one
building with Certain-tccd
want it for other buildings.
They know 1 by cspexlence, that
Certain-teed is the highest quality,
roofing possible to buy and they
know it is reasonable in price.
FXXCr: TiTA II TIIITAI7CS
Its ITecessity to Aid Conramer.
Many tig Industries en&agred In
national trade have often in the
past done openly what the small
concerns in their limited 'fields have
done secretly varied prices accord accord-ins
ins accord-ins to the degree of competition at
different tjmes and places. Their
object has been to secure the high highest
est highest price to be had. Irrespective of
.whether, the buyer was held up or
' not. .
The principle of selling goods at
a close margin at one place to meet
or to kill competition, and charg charging
ing charging a high price, to make up for It,
where little or no competition, ex exists,
ists, exists, is economically wrong" and un unfair
fair unfair to the buyer. Every article of offered
fered offered for sale should have a uni-.
form price plainly marked upon it.
Manufacturers will, then hare to
see that the price of their goods is
a reasonable one, so they will sell,
and at the same : time they,, will
provide enough profit to pay. the
Jobber and dealer fairly for hand handling
ling handling the goods at a uniform price.
This will inspire confidence in the
consumer,; because he will know the
price can not be cut and must,
therefore, be a reasonable one to
permit the goods to sell. He will
buy such goods in-preference to a
small selling- article sold at exag exaggerated
gerated exaggerated profits.
Everybody will benefit from price
maintenance in this way. It will
protect the manufacturer who has
built up well-known brands, also
the newcomer who is seeking to do
so. Distributors will bo protected in
handling it at a fair xprofit, and
they will not be forced, through
fear of cut-throat competition, to
build up their own' private brands
at much expense.
When you buy Certain-teed you have
our real guarantee that itwST last at least
fire years for: l-ply ten years for 2-ply
and fifteen years for 3-ply, and this
guarantee is backed by the world's
largest roofing mills. ;
There is a dealer in your city or town
who ; handles Certain-teed products.
He will be glad to give you informa information
tion information and prices. ;
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World? toryest manvjactvrvrs of Roofing
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AJAj THE IiATEST 3L1GAZ1XES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
V I.I 1
3IARION-DCXN 3L1SOXIC LODGE
QIarion-Dunn Lodge rco.19, F. &
A. M meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month, at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. t : Ad
ORDER OP- EASTERN. STAR f
i Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at -Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock, n
. Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon,. Secy,
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every iMonday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the Jame3 Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers rWm, Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
1 WOODMEN OF THE .WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall,, at 8 p. m., every
second and .fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
F. J. tBurden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. ,M
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
'.Visiting brethern always welcome 16
the lodge and club; house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffioo.
J. D. Rooney,' Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor; Mr
Chas. Ki Sage, Secretary. Ad.
OCAIiA IiODGE NO. 2S0, B. P. 6. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth-Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in, each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofSce, east side. .,
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
iRegular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R A. 'M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. in. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
- Say what you will about observing
the rules of etiquette in subjugating
the first roasting ear of the season,
but to our raind there is really only
one way to do it and that is the old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned way right off the cob just
as nature Intended for it to be eaten.
This process of extracting the sweet
and tender kernels is bound to give
you the benefit of an exceptionally
rich and delicious flavor found only
on corn-on-the-cob. And let us givo
warning against expanding the mouth
over more than three rows at a time.
Is a dangerous practice.
Sparrow Wrecks a Taxi-Cabi
A sparrow at Hlghhamy near Glou Gloucester,
cester, Gloucester, England, has been responsiblo
for a serious taxi-cab accident, in
a ditch ? feet deep were found a
wrecked taxi-cb and Its dazed driver.
When able -to speak the driver said
that all he could remember' was re receiving
ceiving receiving a severe blow in, the. eye.
Inquiries led to the discovery of a
dead sparrow at the bottom of tho
steering-arm, and the only explanation
of the accident is that the sparrow
flew into the driver's eye, rendering
him insensible with the result that
the cab swerved sad ran Int: the
MY NOT PUBLISH IT?
When you want a fact to become
generally known, 'the right way is t.
publish dt. ;3Jrs. Joseph, Killans.
Peru, In d.; was troubled with 'belch 'belching,
ing, 'belching, sour stomach and frequent head headaches.
aches. headaches. She -writes: "I feel it my
duty to tell others what Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Tablets have done for me.
They have helped my digestion and
regulated my (bowels. Since using
them I have been entirely well." For
sale 'by all dealers. axly
It has long been known that the tern
perature below the earth's surface in increases
creases increases at the rate of about one degree
per hundred feet, or 50 degrees per
mile. If the rate of Increase were con
stant, the temperature at the relative relatively
ly relatively small depth of 100 miles would be
above the melting point of all sub substances
stances substances under ordinary surface condi conditions.
tions. conditions. TONED UP THE SYSTE3I
, "Chamberlain's Tablets have done
mort for me than I ever dared hope
for," vrites iSlrs. Esther JIae 3Iaker,
Siencerport, N. Y. T used several
bottles. of these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, jsick headaches and that
tired feeling, but toned up niy whole
For sale -by all dealers- ad.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court'Phar Court'Phar-macy:
macy: Court'Phar-macy: 10-2-6t
f0 VV iM 3 it m at
When the opportuntiy Is '-ofTcrc 1
you? Our system of selling c::l;
for SPOT CASH enables us to
sell goods at a lower price than
you can get at a credit store. Yo
have-no. "dead .beat? account.":
that' the "responsible custo- r
helps to pay. Call and let us con convince
vince convince you that, we can save you
money on yuiir GROCERIES.
'Next to hurnctt's y :
On Fort Ikinrr Avenue
clerks of i:l::ct;o:;
The following qualified voters
have (been appointed as inspector:!
and clerks for the general election
to ;be held Nov. 3rd, 1011, to-wit:
Precinct No. 1, Dox No. 1. IT. C.
Jones, clerk; L. 1 Uallard, C. M.-Livingston
II. II. Whetstone.
Box No. 2. Baxter Carn, G. C. Crom,
clerk; James A. Lulfman, Bert O, Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. ,...
rrecinct No.. 2. J. C, Duj.ree.
Lig-ht, J. G. 'Meadows, V. D. Itou, cU-rlc
Irecinct No. S. Charles II, Gr.iv. C.
M. Mathews, Je.-se A. Wei-sncr, WilV.-.r
F. King-, clerk.
Treclnct No. 4. Je.f?e G. Cirtcr,
James II. Pearcer TJios P. Dean, Ilonry
II. Ilodd en berry; clerk.
Precinct No. 5. T. r. P.utlf-r, .T. 11.
McGehee, Sr., W. II. Gullf oyie, B. A.
IYecinct No, 6.V. G. Brook.-j, T. T.
McGilvary,-T. D. Glllis. F. II. MHI.r,
Precinct No. v 7.R. 11. Pyle. clr.::
W. II. Little, A. It. Douglas, F. 9. Baia.
Precinct No. 8.J. E. Branch. A. O.
Mitchell, J. D.
Proctor, v clerk; A. X.
Precinct No. J)
L. AV. Sellers, W
J. T. Lewi?, ,lerk,
IJ. Henry, -.Sr., Peter
Precinct No. 10. -i:. L. M.irtin, A. W.
Fort, J. -M. Mock, G. A. Waters, elf rk.
Precinct No. 11. It. C. Fort, O. If.
Jlo.s-er, T. V. Randall, B. U Hickman,
Precinct No. 12. W. P. Villiam-on,
J. V. Ryals, J, Y. Hicks, V. S. Has Has-tin
tin Has-tin ""s clerk.
Precinct No. 13. C, U. Clapr-er. Jr.,
tY. S. Priest, A. J. Albritton, J. V. Mtev Mtev-ens,
ens, Mtev-ens, clerk.'
Precinct No. 14. Jv R. Rail. r. II.
Pedrick, V. II. Peram, W.-V. Jor.Ian,
I'recinct "No. 15. C. -.J- M.-Cror.ie,
Claud A. McCrax ey, Carl F. Drawdy,
Mitehellv Bitrdon, clerk.
Precinct No. 16. T. F. IIarrl-r.. A.
C. White, S. Barney, II; 11. V:irii:: :m,
Prf cJnct No. 17. C."C. Priest, Jr., V
W; Grifiin, E. IL Swain. Walter C
Precinct No. 18. John W. Atkinson,
!. M. Itay?or, Jr., John M. Martin, Jr.,
Neal J. Townsenfl, clrk.
Precinct No. 19. W. AlL-opp, .V. P.
Kelsey, J. M. Douglas,, clerk; Daniel D.
. I'recinct No, i0. -Joseph Akin, J. B.
George, John W. Coulter, Mabe. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, clerk.
Precinct No. .21. L. L. iroj-kinf.
clerk; J. i:. Pelot, NJ. -A. Freeman, O. M.
Precinct No. 22.-K. W, Hush. John
P. Havird, J. II. Bateman, L. T. Ilick Ilick-son.
son. Ilick-son. clerk.
. Precinct No; 20. George Lovell,,
clerk; II. J Perry,. M. M. I'roctor, J. W.
Precinct No. 21. George Ohnmac-ht,
W. J. MIxon," ..0.--.-?e Cason, Goo. G.
I'recinct No. 25. A., Belcher. George
RSchey, A, McCIain, John A, Mathews,
Precinct No. 26. J. W. Colbert, J. F.
Carlton, E. -W. Luff man, A. J, Stephens,
Precinct No." 27. J. N. Brinon, L B.
Marsh, Sidney IL Dent, F. M. H'.ir;.,
- Precinct No. 28. F. V.. U.ir.-.'.-tt,
clerk; V. A. Kelley, L J. Dankwertz,
a E. Lucius."
Precinct No. 29. Peter Loo?. "W. V.
Chappell, E. C. McLeod, J. E. Turnip
Precinct No. 20. II. M Harnett. IM.
T. Carter, Charles P. Ilaycraft, clerk;
Henry W. Long".
Precinct No. 31. M. L. Pyne, John
H. Carter, B. B. Chamber t C. J. Chit Chit-ty,
ty, Chit-ty, clerk.
Precinct No. 32. Edward f. 'Trpnr.srd,
Alrx J. AVyche, Geo. II. Whltilr. :;ton,
W: IX. Dreher, clerk;
. P. H, NUGENT,, :
Clerk Circuit Catirt, Clarion County,
Pay Your 1015 Automobile Lictrt' -o
and Get a Brand New Ta; for
. Your Car
The.lDIG autornoulle licenses t. t-c"
due Oct. 1st,' 1014. .All wlio drhc
their cars- after that; date without
first securing this license are doing
so in -open violation -of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use so
tato the road fund.
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
Pay Your 1915 License Now
1915 state and -county lic;rn:-c
were due- Oct. 1st, 1014. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that dare
without first obtaining 4ho;:e licenvc
is in open violation of thr lav,-5 of
the state of Florida. The U,x col collector
lector collector v.Mll issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks unl ether information
on request. Respectfully,
W. E. Smith, 'County Judge.
.. W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector. 3-3Ct
Ad vertis'1 lnf the ST Alt '' tot res til is
THE OCALA EVENTS G STAR. MONDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1014
mum ! KttttMMKtMmmMMMMMMNBB
? LINOTYPE MATS FOR SALE
X This office "-win sell the two- X
OCALA OCCURRENCES f
X ieuer ront or matrices, 8 pt. No. ?
g 1 -with bold face No. 2, from X
A which the paper is set, for $25
cash. .The print of the paper y
K. of P. meet tonight.
y shows their condition. The font
is full and complete; The Star, A
Y Ocala, Fla. f
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Odd 'Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Pythian Sisters tomorrow night.
A NARROW ESCAPE
1 1 . ,,,.,, -11- r XL jl! JLjL-1 ; rzzzzz.
Masons meet Thursday night.
(Moose meet Thursday evenin
uN'ew novels at The iMurray Com
The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'8.
ER'8. KREG-ER'8. i 10-5
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
Dr. 31. T. W. Christian, who has
been quite sick, is out again.
Take Rexall Salts for that tired,
sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 10-7
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the .water at KREGER'S. AX
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-3
New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Mr. David S. Woodrowwa a; bus business
iness business visitor to Jacksonville Satur Saturday..
day.. Saturday.. .
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. AdT.
Mr. CR. A. (Burford is in iBronson
this week, attending Levy superior
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality and ab absolute
solute absolute purity. Gerig's. 10-7
Dr. D. R. Handley arrived from
Raiford last night, on his regular
weekly trip to Ocala.
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
.paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Prof. George Stuart of the first
fward, is 'being Importuned to run
for councilman from his ward.
When you need .stationery, go to
Mr. Sam Jgou left this morning on
a business' trip to Tampa, Dade City
Phone '14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled." Phone 14 is fitting &
Knight's drugstore. ;.' V
The Star is glad to hear that the
high school boys will have a football
team. They are practicing every aft afternoon.
ICE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
Thos. t M. Ra Jr., who for the
past two years has ibeen employed in
' Mr. E. (H. Mote's office, has moved to
Jacksonville and as engaged" in the
auditing 'business.- QLjeesburg Com Commercial.
mercial. Commercial. Diced Destruction
Stoppsd end QcSniit
Worries Overcome. Evidence
Brushed Away. The
S. S. S., the famous blood purifier,
man's architect. It contemplates the dam
rn.ee done' and repairs the damage. It als
looks after the possible damage and cor
reets all tendency to blood eruptions, decay
of bones, clogging of joints and any and
all of those myriad of destructire effects
such as rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands.
sore throat, bronchial affections and th
host of infirmities so well known as being
caused by impure blood. And now, why
should S. S. S. do all this? Simply because
It Is Nature's antidote, a remedy of search searching
ing searching influence. It contains a powerful, nat
ural ingredient, that sweeps its way to th
Ekin. And In doing this It not. only anni
hilates destructive germs but causes them.
to be so converted that they are easuy
and harmlessly voided, expelled or de
etroyed and then driven out through the
natural outlets of the body. Thus let
S. S. S. be your safeguard In all blood
troubles no matter what they are. It
vont iau tou. uet a Dottie toaay 01 any
Get in communication with the medical
department- Write The Swift Specific Co..
r4 Swift Bid?:., Atlanta, Ga. This special
advisory work on biooa trounies nas oeen
Oct. 1 .
Oct. 2 .
Oct. 6 .
Oct. 8 .
Oct. 9 .
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. . .82
Forecast for this Evening and
Fair tonight and Tuesday, except
possibly showers tonight or Tuesday
The Library Association is plan
ning to give an entertainment about
Dr., R; iL. 'Knox, a skilled young
optometrist of Key iWest, has arriv arrived
ed arrived in 'Ocala, to help our veteran spe specialist,
cialist, specialist, Dr. 'D. :Mi iBoney. Dr. Knox
comes highly recommended, and will
be- an important addition to the pro professional
fessional professional life of the city.
Don't forget your papers will be
where you can find them if you use a
Globe-Wernick filing cabinet. The
iMurray Company. 1 0-8-3 1
Henry Mathews, a well known col colored
ored colored man of .Fairfield, has been
'brought to the colored hospital for
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
There was a big Sunday school
convention at (Fort McCoy Sunday.
Some six or seven hundred delegates
and visitors were present. Among
the pleasures of the day was a fine
(basket dinner on the shore of Silver
: The county judge, has Issued a
marriage license to M r.. Harry Lloyd
and Miss Martha Smith.
Dr. IDunn, -who Was kicked .by a
'horse SFri day might, is able to be out,
tho very sore. The physician had to
sew up 'his right eye, and bis left leg
lacks little of ibelng broken; 'but Doc
says nothing less than an elephant
can kill him,
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit
ting & Knight have only that kind.
Miss Winnie. Gamsby -will give a
limited number of pupils lessons in
singing. Special attention to correct
voice production. Garcia's .method.
Apply S 1 4 Fort King aye. 9-3 0-6 1
Saturday evening iMr. Jim tMetcalf,
accompanied 'by iMiss Thelma. Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman and three other young ladies
from 1Ihmnelilon, started for Ocala in
an automobile. When a short "way
out of jDunnellon, the car turned
over, pinning Bliss" iHoffman under
a fender and breaking her collarbone
and otherwise ibruising her, but not
seriously. No one else was 'hurt 'but
all were more or less bruised. IMiss
Hoffman was driving the car.
Now is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
(Mr. W. J. Frink, who has made
Ocala his home for some. time, fts now
in Jacksonville, which city will tem
porarily be his headquarters, as he
has dd entitled himself with the Flor Florida
ida Florida produce business. Mr. Frink is
vitally interested in Ocala's affairs,
and will be -missed -by all both in a
social anjl .business way, and his visits
home will always 'be anticipated iwithj
Mr. Willie Trantham 'has returned
to the city from a short visit to his
nncle, 31 r. iBob Harrison at Leesburg.
Iiight your automobile with elecs
trie lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
BOOKS ARE OPEN
The city registration -doors are
open and those who wish to vote in
the coming bond elections nad Hbest
20 to the cltv clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop
erly registered. Poll taxesare paid
,n tQe county tax collector's office at
the court house, but the fact that you
e correctly registered in the countv
books will not entitle you to vote in
tne cy elections, unless you are
resUtered in the city books.
Just at "midnight, Saturday night,
while returning from a several hun hundred
dred hundred mile trip through the southern
part of the state, tMessrs. John- T.
iMoore and Pete, Carney, in the lat lat-ter's
ter's lat-ter's Buick car, struck a tree that
had been lying across the road for
several days at the 14-mile post on
the JJunnellon 'hard road The tree
was at the top of a slight bill, where
the lights from the car would, not
show it clearly until right onto! it.
(All 'Mr." Carney could do, when he
saw the tree, 'was to grip the wheel
tight and let 'er hit, and the speed
of the car was all that saved theia,
for strange to say, while the tree
was almost as high as the wheels of
the car, the car Jumped it like a deer,
landing several yards beyond with
not a 'piece of glass or anything else
broken, except the front axle, which
was badly -bent and a .broken steering
knuckle. '' :- "; :"
Those who went out next .morning
to get the car could only 'believe the
stunt that it did by he ev id ehce be before
fore before them.- oth men were 'bruised,
but not enough to inconvenience
them .much. .
This tree, like many others, was
allowed to .remain ; across the road
several days, endangering all who
passed that way in a car. -There
should !be a state law requiring
county commissioners to remove all
of the tall pine trees, some 'of which
are dead, leaning over the iroads in
the state. Every hig-h wind blows
down a numiberfof them. Several
fatal accidents have Ibeen, caused by
them in this county, and -many in the
state, and much property 'has ibeen
destroyed : -' -: ''
A law now on the statute foooks,
which is violated not as much,?inithis
county as in others, ,( requires; the
county commissioners to post f all
fork and public road crossings so
that the public can rtell where i the
roads lead to. Those gentlemen -(roide
a hundred miles out of their way at
different times on account oOBe
roads not being posted. This count r
has put up imanyj euch sign .boards
and is getting otners np as last as
''' " - ::
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SAXrE Sawed cedar posts, all
" Jheart, any quantity., George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.
. Write The Florida' Grower, Tam-
v pa," Fla. V ; v v '.- 0-5-1 2t :
FOR I REiNT- Six room cottage, all
modern conveniences. Apply Stir
FOR IR'BNT Two or three furnished
rooms for 'light "housekeeping near
Dostoffice: reasonable rates; ad
dress 206 N. QIain street, or Char Charles
les Charles IMcLoicas, Ocala House barber
FOR RENT tA ten room house, fur-
nished ; well located, close in ; all
modern : conveniences. ; Apply at
I L I
Star -office. 10-3-tf
FOR SAUE A five passenger auto auto-i
i auto-i .moibile in good condition ; cheap
for cash. 0 Apply at the Star of-
fic. I 10-10-12t
Path of the Kakapo.
Several birds make regular paths to.
and from their resorts. Those of the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. Very no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those in the haunts of the
kakapo, the large, rock-dwelling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot, of the.
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular paths along the
purs and ridges where they abound,
eo that a person might be excused for
Rupposing they were meant for human
feet. It is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro on their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip off and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is buried In snow thej
till follow It on the surface and soor
beat down a trark.
, I id going to engage In a battle of
wits," he annoucc d. "What's the use
of going into battle without any nn
munii'Icu?" she a.il.i d.
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Hit ? v""-'-.:."" '-..:.....--- ,..."''. : 1 1 -Vf.'-'-- --
TpHIS is a store that is entirely
i StOfft I am nnftnind I hnVP ATI imnnrtnnt miccinrt in t!rhilrli
dred Per Cent. Profit can have no part. This store will show yon ;hat C:- :nd :nd-able
able :nd-able merchandise can be sold at small prices, and yc: yield a .::aL I
save you money, and sell things for less than you havo bean p;:;in. ihi :
rather a broad statement to make,. but I do not ask you to take my v;c:d lu- 1:,
come and make me prove 4t.
H I "want to see
of .living cariile reduced
I want you to know it, but I do not expect you to bzlhivc it until
you have seen for yourself, and bear in mind that thy nrincinl j ;
of the store will be as follows:
"One-. PriG6; fto
.' fit -A M
fIoH3 He i
if It's a
Fruit of the Uoom known the World
over for Its quality, a yard wide,
ten yards for ". .
Afen's Blue Chambry Shirts, xVmos
koag Chambry, full size, 50c val-
IMore Goods for Same Money.
Sanio Goods for Less 'Money.
Ijadies Black Silk. Hose, ?tbe est
25c hose on the market, 'for. ....
IMofe Goods for- Same .Money,
iMen's ElasUc Seam Drawers, genu genuine
ine genuine Pepperell, Girardi all sizes.
10 yards Amoskeag Staple Gingham,
Af ull line to select from ... .
JMiore "Goods for Same IMoney.
JPor ; .
3ozen . . ...
LADIES, ATTENTION, PIiEASE
A, combination of" .nigh grade
Toilet Specialties.. Empress 'Face,
Powder, .Mme Marie Cucumber
Cream lEmpress Peroxide cream,
'Einpres3 JBaby Soap,' JDrug store
' p.rice $1.75 Special -tor ComMna-
tion, only '.. .. .:. ; . . ;
6-Quart Enameled Berlin Sauce Pot,
riveted side handles.
4-Quart Sauce Pan, blue and white
lipped, Tiveted over handle, .
hole for hanging. v
Any of the above pieces for 10c to every purchaser of a dollar or over.
They are 50c values. See them in our window and you will notice their value
at a glance.
. E. GOUDMAEJ,
cnt from the rest.
you and let mo
i I i I i i
urn Miit imum 4 iniF
1 iO i.
. known -the world
- .best' for linin;;
O vt el
and sells for C 1-2." r. 3
Col ors : G rc : 3 : G ray,
Silk Striped 'H'atine, regular riOc vr! vr!-,
, vr!-, ue. Special; a yard.'.
Silk Striped CLarmc,::j,
' ing shades, ZZc vluc.
all In ool rur.nSr.T
; ard;; 'iiialic.ij-nJEi
vCe-.vv 'Home, A
. .. '.
You can 11
years'- and tin
will -allow you frcm
one of them : .D.iyi:?.T
cr.inc. 1 win net.
, j j
11 j tl ,-
around;, you better
Hcgular Coc'illou:? (Broon-;;
(More Good3 for
e Goods 'for
j j u ifMiinnie.!
Seamless Wash iBasin'blue and white
.'enameled, hole for hangins.
hind of a
T ? flno T-Tim-
iw? a tf .i A i ij
'ft? w ?
$10 to 720 1'or
V i I