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London, Oct. 14.- 'An unconfirm unconfirmed
ed unconfirmed report says: The Germans 'have
captured Ostend. The -Germans met
sharp opposition as they approached
Oh tend 1btU -were allowed to enter
the city without firing, a short after
i reaching the outskirts. The (Belgian
and British army evacuated to the
south along the coast to join the left
wing of the ajiies in France. lA. num num-ber
ber num-ber ot British transports left Ostend
barbor, carrying' troops and refugees
as the Germans entered the city.
ALLIES OCCTJPIES rPRES f
.Paris, Oct., ; 14, (Official) The
allies have occupied Ypres, 4 a mile?
south of Ostend.
The allies' flanking movement ba
the left wing is ., .making marked
gains.-;; . : : p
Progress is being made at the cen center,
ter, center, but no change is apparent on the
right wing. ''
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NOT YITT BUT 3IAYBE SOON
London, Oct. 1 4 .-The admiralty
stated late this afternoon .;. that Os Ostend
tend Ostend had not been occupied iby the
Germans. No information given out
whether -Germans approaching town.
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REPORTED THAT PORTUGAL
HAS .COME INTO THE
Madrid, Oct. 14. 'Portugal has
declared war against Germany, ac according
cording according to an unconfirmed News
dispatch from Lisbon.
GERMAN MINISTER LEFT LISBON
Lisbon, Oct. 14. It is reported
here that the German minister will
leave immediately for "Madrid.
DIG HOTEL HIE
BOULOGNE SAW GERMAN ZEJ-
PELIN AND AEROPLANES
Boulogne, Oct. 14 A Zeppelin
and two -German aeroplanes flew
over the city yesterday, then turned
toward the coast of England.
20-11! H CALIBER
BEING PREPARED BY. GERMANS
TO SHOOT AT TlfE y
iNew York, Oct. 14. 'Adolph F.
Gall, an engineer in the iEdi son lab laboratories
oratories laboratories 'here, who arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday in the Helgolav said the Ger Germans
mans Germans are making guns that would
make those used against tLiege, Na Na-mur
mur Na-mur and elsewhere look like 4bean
shooters.' They 'have a calibre of
19.5 and 21.5 in-ch es and are to ein g
rushed to completion at the Krupp
plant at Essen.
"The new guns will shoot from
twenty-one to .twenty-flve miles,"
Mr. Gall said. "The Germans plan
to-supplant present hatteries of six-teen-inch
guns with these ; an'd then
mount the old guns on the .battle .battleships."
ships." .battleships." ;
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
For rent, two 8-room, 2 -story
houses on North (Magnolia street,
-ro. crt- , 'J near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
AT LOSS OF $2.,000 AND ONE ,. ;
lights, water and other modern con-
GUEST BADLY INJURED
Raleigh, N. C, Oct. 14. The
Franklin 'hotel at Louisburg turned
this morning. The loss will total
$.25,000. D. E. .Win free was badly
injured by falling walls. Others
were slightly injured.
veniences. Apply at this office. 13-tf
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye.
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Qcala.-r-nAdv.
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, Heliographer of the famous "Death's Head" regiment,. commanded by the'
uerman crown prince, sending dispatches to the troops on the' battlefield.
M AMERICANS ARE EIIDAIIGERED
Washington, Oct. 14. (After an
extended conference with President
Wilson. Secretary of War Garrison
today requested the governor of the I
state of Arkansas not to send militia
to the border 'because suCh action
might precipitate "grave international-complications."
Government officials today admit admitted
ted admitted that the situation on the 'border
is the gravest since, the United States
troops occupied Vera Ctuz. lAn lAim lAim-erican
erican lAim-erican soldier and his child on the
American side were struck by bul bullets
lets bullets from the Mexi can side at Ague
Fighting continues around Naco,
Sonora. Bullets are falling on the
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GREAT MASSES OF TOOOPS FIGIIO IU EAST, DOT
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lilDICMIOll HUD BATTLE IS ii!
ARE TRADIC1G AGA
OPERATORS BUSY ON NEW YORK
CURB MARKET FOR THE
sFIRST TIME SINCE WAR
New York, Oct. 14.-r-JFor the first
time since the New. York stock ex exchange
change exchange closed, the curb market
operated today, doing only restrict restricted
ed restricted trading.
TROUBLE BETWEEN RUSSIANS
AND WILD MOSLEM
London, Oct. 14 .-It is reported
that there shas been fighting 'between
Russians and Kurds on the border.
'According to a News dispatch from
Constantinople, in the first engage engagement,
ment, engagement, the Russians lost two giins
and fifty men. Three officers were
A LITTLE WAR OF THEIR OWN
Vfcksburg, Miss., Oct. 14. In a
fight over the European war, Charles
Gray shot and killed Joseph Wolfe
today, after the latter attacked Shim
with a ibeer ?bottle. Gray sympa sympathized
thized sympathized with the allies. Wolfe was a
Advertise .in "the STAR for results.
Washington, Oct. 14 The admis admission
sion admission that German troops are ap approaching
proaching approaching Warsaw, the capi tail of
Russian Poland,, was made in a ca cablegram
blegram cablegram received at the Russian em embassy
bassy embassy here today. The 'cablegram
states that a fbattie is in progress on
a line extending from the vicinity of
Warsaw- along the Vistula and San
rvers to Przemysl and further .south
to the !Dnf ester river;
'an (East Prussia i3 situation is re reported
ported reported as unchanged.
MILLIONS OF MEN ON THE FIR.
Petrogra'd, Oct. 14. The stricient
censorship prevails over news of the
great battle along the Vistula, Wihere
over three millions of (Russians and
Austro-ermans are .believed, to be
engaged in one of the "blood lest (bat (bat-ties
ties (bat-ties of the world's ihistory. The
war office merely states that fighting
has developed along the entire ifront,
stretching oyer two hundred miles,
from Warsaw to the Tmeister, river.
SUCCESS ON ALL SIDES
Vienna, yla (Berlin, Oct. 14. It is
officially announced that the iRns iRns-sians
sians iRns-sians ihave evacuated Lemberg, the
capital of Galicia, after a hard foattle.
The Russians were completely de
feated along the San river.
. ; The allied Servian and Montene Montenegrin'
grin' Montenegrin' armies h.ave. been, driven (back
The relief of Przemysl is complete.
: EATING THE3I ALIVE
i 'Berlin, Oct. 14, (Official) -The
permans are inflicting terrific losses
ion the Russians in -Poland, 1 here
the German advance has ibeen suc suc-jcessful.
jcessful. suc-jcessful. No decisive results on
the west. 'f
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sii:gk guns of Germany to uzz
used ON the IHSTOniC-
., London, Oct;. 14. A MNews di's-k
patch from Copenhagen states that,
a message from .Berlin says the Ger Germans
mans Germans are preparing-to lay &czo to
the 'French stronghold at Belfart Belfart-with
with Belfart-with great force.
Nearly all civilians have left tho;
town and the factories have closed; closed;-down...
down... closed;-down... ; In the. Franco-Prussian war of
1870, Belfort made the -best record
o' fariy French strong '!:oId, .lioldir;;
out for months css-Iast an over over-mhelming
mhelming over-mhelming German iforce, -'-
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SIAN' CRUiniR paluizVa
Petfograd, Oct. 1'4. -It is oIl dai daily
ly daily announced that .twenty-nlao offi officers
cers officers and 450 men were lozi iv,I;l;i
the cruiser Pal lada iwas blown up by
a. German submarine In the Baltic-
COTTON WENT TO EUROPE LAST
t MONTH IN CONSIDERABLE
L AVashington,' Oct. 14. Al great
increase in the amount of cotton ex exported
ported exported during September over Au August
gust August is reported' by the census offi officials
cials officials today. '
The September exports were 125, 125,-778
778 125,-778 bales against 21,210 during Au Au-.?ust.
The best ice cream In town at the
Curt Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
iipeclalty. .1 0-2-6 1
IU FALIS OFF
CONSUMITION OF, COTTON IJ
KEEPING PACJil WITH LAST
Washington, Oct. 14. The gov government
ernment government report is.;ued today etiows
that 4 1'5 ,19 4 -bales of cotton wcro
consumed during September, against
442,435 -bales last year for the saao
The exports were 1,808 bales.
DCumber of spindles active, 30562, 30562,-185,'
185,' 30562,-185,' against 30,634,381 last year.'
EARTHQUAKE SHOOK TIIH
BIG WEST INDIA ISLAND
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct, 14. A.
sharp earthquake tremor was felt
early today. No damage is 'iknown
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if Mew W
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We are able to do, this because we are ibaeked 'by the (largest merchant
tailoriog organization in the world.emploj'ing only the very, best union
tailorsjjin America, with establishments throughout the 'United States,
doing an enormous volume of business, "-otherwise it would hardly be
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THE OCALA EVENING STAft, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEIl & CARROLL., PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance, $3.00
8lx months, in advance..... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
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deneral Election November il, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUXOAX U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd .District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. MoRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
GLEXX TERRELL. ;
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax, Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARX.
SC. A. FORT.
S. R PYLES.
For (Members of School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. ill. BUTCH.
.J. S. GRANTHAM.
than ?8 for each shell, and in full
action the guns are fired from twen twenty
ty twenty to thirty times a minute. Shells
used in a 1-pounder quickfirer, dis discharged
charged discharged sixty to a hundred times a
minute, cost a dollar apiece. The
small caliber cartridges, used in the
rifles of the soldiers and the rapid
fire guns cost not less than a cent
apiece. Ocala's proposed bond issue
would not buy the ammunition need needed
ed needed to supply an army corp3 with
ammunition for one day's battle.
And its all being wasted.
CONCLUSION OF THE
UNION DEPOT HEADING
F. V. M. B. IX FAVOR
One of the few funny things!
about the war is to see the contend-!
Ing armies do the very things the
military experts say they can't or
Tlhere is some good in everything.
In looking for Zeppelins, the people
of -London will obtain a greater
knowledge of astronomy than they
ever had before.
Call for Rooney to. Address a Meet Meeting
ing Meeting of Growers on" the
Indian Springs, Oct. 11, 1914.
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Chairman F. V. M.
B., Ocala," Fla.
uear sir: we exxena to you a 5
hearty invitation to 'be present at and
address a mass meeting in iXevv
Smyrna on the afternoon or night of
Oct. 23rd. Purpose of meeting be being
ing being to boost the Briggsville Growers'
Association, and held under the au auspices
spices auspices of the New Smyrna Board of
Trade and the B. G. A.
Yours very truly.
.Briggsville Growers' Association,
Guy B. Stone, Secretary!.
P. S.- Bring, as many officers of
the F. V. M. B. as possible with you.
One of our citizens (has Just ibeen
telling the Star a story about the
customs of tUie rough men who work
in the mines and lumber camps of
the northwest. Paid off Saturday
afternoon, all the men -will turn out
for -a good time. Two 'huskies will
meet and one will say he is a tetter
man than the other. The other will
f.Inpute it, of course; so they will set
'Thirty thousand British and Bel--"gian
soldiers are interned in Holland
till the war is over. They will come i to work to decide the
In handy to turn loose when (Holland their fists. They will batter each
declares war on Germany. : other till one cries enough or both
are tired out. Then they will go
The (people of Boston 'will now be I and take a drink together and the
worse stuck up than ever. P. S. In incident will .be closed. tRough, of
tiie course of a long and busy if not! course; maybe, bartbarous. iBut we
useful .life, we have not -noticed that need some of that spirit In our city
the people of Boston were any more I affairs. Not so much the disposition
5. stuck up than anybody else. to beat each other, but willingness to
forget each controversy 'before we
' -It may "be that the Russians have! go forward to the next one. In at-
with drawn from Przemysl ."because tending to public affairs, let us try
the Austrians have pronounced the to remember that It is all In the
name of the place several million J game. Lets pay (more attention to
times and are using the words for J playing fair and observing the rules
rifle bullets. They, would be more than winning. By so 'doing we can
Jagged than dumdums. eliminate much of the bitterness
that is a clog on civic progress.
Up to a few months ago the law-
abiding nations of Europe were! Twenty years ago, when the edi-
polnting the finger of scorn at the 1 tor of the Star was a citizen of De-
liigh murder record of the United iLand, he numbered among his
States. Now, if the? stop to think friends John Chandler, son of one of
about it, they will realize that in Volusia county's old and most hon hon-the
the hon-the matter of slaughter they have ored citizens4 and a mighty good
leit America ien mousauu jeais ue- mau nimseii. a'nat was almost a
hind, quarter of a century aso. so this
morning, when a solid and alert
The railroads are affected .by the looking old gentleman, whose blue
hard times thefore Improve- eyes gleamed out from under his
merits required of them (for the ac- w'hite 'hair almost as brightly as
commodation of the people must they did under 'brown locks twenty
wait. The people are also affected odd years ago, entered the Star's
by hard times, but they must pay sanctum, it took a second look to
for transportation in advance and J recognize a staunch and honored
freight C. O. D. Some of these days, friend of some mighty interesting
the people will have sense enough days. Time has dealt kindly with
to take possession of the railroads, John Chandler the is younger and
and run them to benefit all instead more vigorous than many a man
I .4 a
of the few. twenty years nis junior. He Is now
a citizen of Orlando, and is here to
The Turks have a saying tnat pay a visit to one ot nis daughters
Allah has sriven the land to tne uirs. j. Bryant or- uaK. ulr
faithful and the sea to the infidels. Chandler is one of the race of Flor
The Russians might appropriate the I Ida pioneers who laid the foundation
proverb. With the exception of of our states greatness, and are
Sinope, where they sunk the unpre- now holding their end up in building
pared Turkish fleet something over the superstructure
sixty 3Tears ago, they have never wen
a naval battle. The Germans have 'Mr. W. J. Edwards, .fruit inspec
them corked up in the Baltic, and it tor for this district, arrived in Or
is more than likely .that If Turkey lando last night from Ocala, and is
declares war, the Turkish navy, re- spending today in this section look-
frvptv'ri hv two hisr German ing over the situation. Orlando
cruisers will thrash- them in the bentmel.
Fishing tackle that will bring the
It costs a thousand dollars to fire fish from the water, at KREGER'S. tf
one of the big German siege guns
once. It costs more to fire one of Phone 14 to have your prescrip-
tht 12 to i4-inrh riflp rarriftd on tion filled. Phone 14 is Bitting &
any one of the warships or the ivnight s drugstore.
warring powers. The type of field
srinr most used is the 3-inch rifle, See our line of stationery before
throwing a shell that weighs ten to buying your supply. The Court Phar-
fAnrfpn -noiind3. It costs not less macv. 10-2-6t
The Star will take up its account
of the union depot hearing where it
had to leave off yesterday.
Mr. F. E. Marris followed. Like
a number of the other speakers, Mr.
Harris thanked the members of the
commission for their presence. He
said he did not know whether this
was an opportune time for the
building of a depot, but lie did
know that we wanted an union sta station
tion station and that he had worked for it
a long time and would continue to
ttlr. George MacKay, president of
the board pf trade, said there were
a few points he would like to men mention.
tion. mention. Some time since, the A. C. I.
commenced having their trains No.
39, southbound, and ,No. 47 to
Homosassa, meet out' in the woods
on the north side of town, and
transfer passengers, .baggage and ex express.
press. express. This was partially brought
about on complaint of the public for
the stench that was created at the
passenger depot by express cars
loaded with fish standing "there. He
thought neither depot of the city was
adequate to our needs, and the S. A.
L. was not fit for a side station. No
one would insist that the work be
done immediately, 'but (he wanted
the matter decided and ordered.
Col. R. F. Rogers, one of the
staunchest advocate for the union
depot, spoke. -He said he asked the
commission to make .the decision to today
day today and order a depot for Ocala. He
said that at the A. C. I, station the
congestion of freight and passenger
trains was something very danger dangerous
ous dangerous to say nothing of its inconven
iences; that there was less than 12
feet of space (between the walls of
the station and the first track, that
old or decrepit people, children and
women were in danger there at
many times in getting on the trains
and getting off from them, and soon sooner
er sooner or later if conditions existed there
as now, a frightful accident will oc occur..
cur.. occur.. He said another feature of
the union depot" 'was that the heavy
transfer of mails from one depot to
another would be ohviated. He said
he had counted the seats for w'hite
people at the A: C. L. station and
there, were "23 entirely Inadequate
at times. At the S. A. L. the wait waiting
ing waiting room was simply not fit for a
person to wait in, to say nothing of
its limited size. (Like all of the
other speakers, Col. iRogers said he
was not asking' that the work be or ordered
dered ordered done at once, but that the un un-in
in un-in station he ordered now, to he
built at some time In the future. He
refered to many places in the state
that enjoyed union stations, among
them lAve Oak, tLake City, Plant
City, iJakeland, and some, very
small places as iHampton !Lake But Butler,
ler, Butler, Hawthorne, etc.
Mr. Brand, superintendent of the
A. C. L. iRy., was the first railroad
man to ibe heard and, for some time
he only called on others in the room
for their expression and Mr. Thomas
Sexton and Sir. J. W. Kea, traveling
men, iboth of whom are opposed to a
union station and say it would cost
them quite a. good deal more In the
course of a year.
tMr.v J. ;R. 'Dewey said he was op
posed to the union depot, not alone,
however, because he was interested
n a 'business way or that it was per
sonal with him, 'but that he thought
a large percentage of the business
that came to Ocala on the railroads
came over the A. C. li. Ry., that he
could see both sides of the situation
and he thought we were better off
as we are than with the union sta
iMr. 'Meffert was called on hy air.
Brand, as one of the minority sign
ers of the petition. 'He said he
thought the people ought to consider
business reasons and not just insist
on a union station whether or no.
He wants hetter service on jboth
roads but he was hot in favor4 of a
Mr. R, L. tMartin said he was one
of the minority. He said-he thought
the station arrangement was ry
good and he liked to have people
stop over and linger with us as long
as possible and wanted us to get
out of them all we could and not
shoot them through the city like a
bullet. He said the trading public
have It very handy at the A. C. L.
station now and a very large per
centage of the public travel over
that road. 'He referred to Chatta Chattanooga
nooga Chattanooga and Atlanta as cities who have
abandoned their union stations and
to Palatka that had found it a great
:Mr. R. T. Adams was asked his
opinion and said he was opposed to
it. He also said that he had no re reports
ports reports in his house of people having
been left in the city on account of
failure to make connections (between
the depots, and that he had not dis discussed
cussed discussed it particularly with the travel traveling
ing traveling men.
:Mr. IMalcom Williams, city passen
ger and ticket agent for -the A. C. L..
was called on. He stated the Incep-
tion of the idea of a unkin statiJn
came from a former secretary of the
Board of Trade five years ago, whose
only act was to have some iauge pla placards
cards placards printed and placed ever town,
"I am boosting for a Union Depot."
From that the idea grew and possess
ed the people and it beean.e popular
and they thought they really wanted
and needed a union station! lie said
this road forought ten passenger
trains per day to the city to trade.
There were a number of t'ie leading
business men of the city supposed to
the union depot and he naibed half a
dozen of them; He refened to the
item Of. transfering passtlngers as
very small, as most of then:! come and
go by his roa- H? said lpl. Rogers
: if! r-nl 1
referred to ccnilr; :? th3 city the
first time mr ::y years az fc?nd made
a complain1 of poor c "r,i t:e which,
he believei, had not 'been :i:ade since.
As to the i vMic failing to fcnake con con-nestiocs,
nestiocs, con-nestiocs, the Fchedules not he
change! 'by th 3 hull ding i! a union
depot. This" is net a gateway of
travel ncr a termiupl and Jhere is no
way of har'ng fhe scheiuhh change',
as they are the test that cun .he figure
ed out on the whble, Iii Wili!;ams
said he took a pride In, "Ocala and
"Marion county that he was torn in
the county, and he was : Klso proud
of the road he worked ibr an 1 its
officials and he considered j them hrr hrr-orahle,
orahle, hrr-orahle, able gentlemen. : That theS
had n e ver shown the h a n j o f cor p o o-ratlon
ratlon o-ratlon oppressors nor aske? him to do
a thing that he could net conscien conscientiously
tiously conscientiously do. That if his hekrt was not
in this work he would nolf speak and
he did not believe his offiplals would
ask him to oppose the uidon station
if they knew he did not personally
feel that It was not for tfie best. He
said they had a good lepot, well
Seated, and that the Seaboard's, 25
years of age, was now olc enough to
come down, and they should huild a
new one. He said that thtj roads now
had to keep crews and tro separate
forces of men, whereas with 'a1 union
station one would suffice tind a num-
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her of families he lost 1p the city.
He said his road was sending the peo people
ple people of this section in ar excellent
manner, and 'he helieved r2hey should should-not
not should-not he forced to abandoii their val valuable
uable valuable property here and sj:o into and
assist to build a union d.pot.
IMr. Brand said he didt notHhink,
after all was "said, that any crying
need had ibeen shown for a union
depot, v He said he could assure the
(public on one point, thiA, if forced
into a union depot his
not mai n tain the presen t
as had been asserted.
knew of no available Iication for
h epot ,alsa,
lU said he
such depot, except away frut on the
edge of town, far remoyld from ail
husiness interests. He aid it was
claimed that 9 0 of the business in
died hy the
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and out of Ocala -was hai
A. C and this roadN
right in the heart of oi
center in one block of
house. He said a union
not a thing of today hut
as f ar as this generation
ed not to be tried and
if not found up to what
pected. He then gave i
tics showing immense ft1
h husiness of the rcn'd. 'both in
passenger and freight 2t?partments;
aid that this was general: with all of
the roads and they 'weJe losing in
this territory and, losing jieavily, and
unlike other lines of (business, they
could not adapt their
th ei r receiots. hut helc
fwe had ex
ome statis statis-lling
lling statis-lling off. In
curtailing, they had to
loss and maintain their,
Ir. Parsons, division
ent of the S. A. L., was
by the commission if or 'h
said he would say nothing either for
or against the union
would ask for time In y
struct a depot if it shoi
hich to con con-Id
Id con-Id be order-
ed. Conditions with h road were
K' a certain
I views. He
DOJS'T take any chances vitu your eyes, a lit little
tle little correction at THIS TIME MAY SAVE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TESTED BY AN &XPERT. THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
A. E. BURN
E T T
very (bad.- He was not
ed .but railroad conditio
plorahle, their expense?
(heavy as formerly and
away down. He said
cars of freight less were
day than a few months
road was handling no p
little lumber and nav
Florida, where, f ormerl
its greatest sources of tbnnage;
Jns were de-
ago, and his
il stores In
r these were
Qlr. S. P. Hollinrake
.Northern .was then '?
views on the matter. W
said his road was hein;
the federal courts, that
of the" Ocala
jked for. his
; operated by
the road had
no money and he d(ubted if the
courts could find any -Mth which to
defray their portion o! a union de
pot, and he thought if; a union sta
tion was built his ro3Jd would be
forced to have Its terminals at Silver
Springs and not come j into the city
at all. I
air. W. W. Condon at the Ocala &
Southwestern was called on. He said
his road only operated a freight
schedule, that it was doing that at
a loss and that not a single industry
was being operated on his line.
Sir. Burr, chairman j of the rail railroad
road railroad commission, mad a brief talk.
He said the commissicja would take
the matter of ordering a union de depot
pot depot under careful consideration and
"sriAll At y mi i rt I r f-i f
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
5 cessky is Cur Cuslnec:
402-404 8. Main Btreet
give every consideration to what
had been said. He said his board
had agreed, that should it order a
union depot that ample time would
be given the railroads in which to
construct it, to extend beyond the
present period of depression in rail railroad
road railroad afTairs. His board had order ordered
ed ordered many improvements made by the
railroads of the state recently, some
of which were now under way,
others completed and yet others to
be done in the near future. The
roads had applied for leave -to dis discontinue
continue discontinue certain pieces of work now
under way, but the commission was
holding them to it and forcing them
to complete all work that had been
commenced, but was showing them
consideration in forcing them to be-j
gin the new work not yet started.
He said no men in 'the state wa3 in a
better position to tell the hardships
of the railroads at present and what
they were up against in a financial
way than were the men composing
There were more than 100 citi citizens
zens citizens in the room during the rro rro-ceedings,
ceedings, rro-ceedings, but not all of them remain remained
ed remained for the entire hearing. The -meeting
adjourned at 1 o'clock, as the
commissioners had to hurry on to
other places where their '..presence.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and .Medicines at half prlc
Two 2 Sets or tlOcts packages at oj
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-t!
m t La fc,
4iLb xjCava EVENING GTAlU WEDNESDAY,- OCTOBXZn 14. ICi
In buying food articles we must consider
several things economy, results, conveni convenience,
ence, convenience, reliability; but the most important is
Health means everything. If one gets
cheated in buying dresses, shoes or bonnets it
is provoking, but the harm is chiefly loss of
' money. In buying food articles, if imitations
or poor stuffs are supplied, there is a loss of
money and probably an injury to health also;
and good health is beyond price. mj
Remember these facts when buying baking
i i w f t i i r i
err a zttsnttttvn
THE WAR IX MINIATURE
(By iRobert Elston, Staff Corresj
dent, I. X. S.) i
Oct. 1. Walking al
this morning I nit
playing the MMar
the shoulder straps
read the words "Eania-
do's (Homes." A mouritel pol
man clears a way thru Jthe traffic
the band. Behind the band is a fbl fbl-umn
umn fbl-umn of younjj men marching ikhr
abreast. Thev were recruits :ffcr
Kitchener's army, on their way
the 'Horseguards parade to Waterloo
station. I count them there lre
about 150 of -them. They are ?;ell
dressed, Many of them look like
clerks. Their collars are clean. TVeir
blue serge and :brown suits are iltat
and well-brushed. Their boots Jjire
sound. Some of them carry brfWn
paper -parcels. Others carry hsi ad-
bags. There is in their faces an
of sober elation and serious
Workmen busy on a new bull
stop their work to cheer, tl
They cheer 'back. Men and wo
on top of the motor-busses wave
their greetings. But there isjlno
mafficking. The mood of thejbre-
cruits and of the
"iBarnado (Homes" band leaves tuem
and goes back to play niore recruits
thru the streets to Victoria, f to
Charing Croa3, to Waterloo, ier ier-loo
loo ier-loo swiftly swallows the reerjits,
and as their train gees out a
Cross train comes in. It is the jk'ar
in epitome. The wounded coding
home, .the recruits groins; forth. -irAll
over Europe from the Vistula to
from the Rhine to the U
Habit may be either a strrng hel
past peril, or a fetter that holds its
Tictim helpless. Some young people
never consider habit forming at all;
It is not taken into account in their
live3. They form none but accidental
and unconscious ones. If asked what
th;ir fixed habits are, they will laugh
at; the question. They know eo little
about It that they 'think they could
change any habit they have in a day.
Yet In reality they are binding them themselves
selves themselves in chains of iron and making a
free and happy life impossible for
-:rjifip.lvea later on. Selector
Soldier's Most Trying Position.
The avers ge eoidier finds the most
terrifying position to be that of stand-
! ing .motionless in the front rank, ex ex-j
j ex-j posed to the enemy's fire without be being
ing being able to reply. The order to ad advance
vance advance or to charge with fixed bayonets
is then received as a release from
agony. Movement, even Into greater
peril, distracts the mind and greatly
reduces the mental anguish.
-To do it no more Is the truest re repentance
pentance repentance Luther.
Danger of Too Much Talk.
Don't talk too much. Just after yea
have talked a man into buying, if you
eep on talking you will talk him out
of buying. Atchison Globe.
IT AIAVAYS DOES THE WORK
"I like Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy better than any other," writes
R. 03. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. i
have taken it off and on for years
and it has never failed to give the de desired
sired desired result." For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. adv
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1914.
IMilj 11 I
You who owe dues or sub-
. scriptions must respond
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 once.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,
J. M. MEFFERT,
A. C. COBB,
R. S. ROGERS,
se, from the CNteuse to -the Sam
from the Sambre to the sMarn,!
from the iMara to the Loire,
streams of "humanity meet and ;
The sliglitly woundel men in )
ki are' whirled away in heau;
motor cars, thru rolling avenue
cheers. Their skin is burnt with
Belgian and French sun.
smile at -us. They wave their ha
some of them look weary, and i
smiles are dike a palimpse3
joy written over the lines of toil
There is a shadow of sad
their bronzed. brightai
There is memory in their eyes.
they are surprisingly clean and
and alert. They Jiave hru
awav the stain of the 'trenches i'rom
khaki But the differirnce
returning soldiers and thti
cruits is unmistakable. These
are bronzed: the recruits are
"Under the marquees on the Hflrse
Guards parade the recruits am be
ing enrolled. Clerks wearing an irm-
let are writing all day long. How
and then a clerk throws
figures are alseep in queer, "uncom
fortable attitudes, leaning on each
other like nine pins. Two solitary
figures pass "by. They are two sol soldiers
diers soldiers in khaki. One of them has lost
his cap.' 'He is staggering. His
comrade holds him up and leads
him to the barracks.
The scene now shifts to the
Queen's Hall. It is Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The orchestra is filled with a
motley gathering. The young "Duke
of Sutherland, if air, tall, unemotion unemotional,
al, unemotional, is presiding over meeting of
Italians. Behind him is a scarlet
ribben of old men with white beards
wearing the red ihiri ani -psahed.
cap of the Garibaldfan heroes. These
old men foaght with Garibaldi.
lhey carry Garibalaian canners.
Their -dim eyes fiasih as they listen to
Ltalian oratory. The hall is filled
with young Italians aflame with, ar ardor.
dor. ardor. s 'There is in them the fire that
asrtounds the colder British tempera
ment. It is the Latin resurrection
in1 miniature. A man with clear-
cut features that are almost Xapol-
eanic arises. He pours out vhite4 vhite4-hot
hot vhite4-hot iphrases so rapidly that one
thinks of a machine gun. AVhen he
stops for 'breath- the whole" audience
hurls a fierce shout at him. Young
men fling their arms straight out at
him and utter a cry that Is above
'! . : ; i. .,::.
Italy as a nation, Is not neutral.
It is clearly panting, for action. An
Italian who left Italy a week ago,
tells me" that Italy will soon strike.
Her army is on the Austrian front
ier. It awaits the word Oike a hound
in the leash. Italy, like -France ani
England, is eager to ifree herself
from' the Prussian yoke.
The scen'e now shifts to a fllttle
village in "'Buckinghamshire. Two
Canadians are visiting Otfilton's .cot .cottage
tage .cottage in Chalfont St. Giles. C'hal C'hal-font
font C'hal-font St. Giles is saying goodbye to
its Tecruits, Seventy-five stalwart
men go from this quiet little hamlet
to fight for Belgium and France.
The scene shifts ito the golf club.
The links are desolate. The secre secretary
tary secretary has 'gone to serve his country
as a trooper in a regiment. There
will be no golf here for many a day.
The war in miniature again. The
nation! is settling down to its sacred
task of enduring to the end.
down Hi his
pen and stretches out .his right arm.
He has got writer's cramp. Eaclif re recruit
cruit recruit takes a great blue sheet ;and
joins a column, forming up wijhin
the area that is roped off. Sooil he
will Ibe marching "behind the Bafiia Bafiia-do
do Bafiia-do (Homes hand to the station. 'Out 'Outside
side 'Outside -the rope a girl Inwhite holers.
She is oeautlfujly dressed, per
dainty white shoes look strangely
coquettish. But her face is paleiind
absorbed with one
cruits, ducks under the rope ;lind
speaks to her. She gives hiji a
paper bag filled with fresh plims.
He takes the hag sheepishly, kjjses
her, and hastens back to his tsace
in the line. The girl tells a im im-pathetic
pathetic im-pathetic policeman that 'he ca;iiot
come 'home to this lunch and to say
goodbye to liis mother. The gijl is
evidently his sister. It Is war ajain
in epitome. All over 'Europe women
have foeen saying goodbye to faen
and saying it nravely without jobs
The scene shifts to a luxufous
picture theater of Park lane. (t is
9 o'clock, the films stop, and a wo
rn an with a soft, clear voice pi? ads
for money. For wftat? For fieds
for hospitals. On the screens -le-grams
are shown, telegrams ijpm
hospitals asking .for beds. The wo woman
man woman Is .Mrs. Hugo Ames. She has
many relatives at the front. : Her
voice breaks into a sob as she plfads
for beds, beds, toeds. As we go put,
a lady exquisitely clothed holdjj a
plate. The plate Is heaped with : cop copper
per copper and silver coins 'for beds.
The scene now shifts to Oj.ford
street. The rub-a-dub of drums is
heard. A silken banneret is seim
a hurch nursing and ambulance ; bri brigade
gade brigade Is collecting money. About
thirty young girls dressed in a queer
military uniform march along. $iome
of them carry hrazen instruments.
Others are beating" kettledrums.: One
ctoitvar t-'rl s thiimrrinsr a big
drum. Other girls in Hue same garb
rattling collection ooxes. a
passing. A yfiug
aea-res the line oil:re-
Board of Governors Marion County Board of Trade.
. Of All KinS.
All Hard Weeds.
1 lories and!
To Order. :
Ptimpj for all
Worl: at all
DEAFNESS CANNOT 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 is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. When
'this tube Is inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it 'Is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can ibe taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but. an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the jhucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We jwIH give one huudred dollais
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot 'be cured Ty
Hall's Catarrh Cure. sSend for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co..
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,)
75c. Take Hall's Family Fills for
Here's Just .a For;
lliWlvy v w w km a j
3 Gals'. Oil (All this v.I:) .C3c
1 pli I. Potatoes (All x) il'.l-c
White House CoilVe, ll!i. .IwC
1 nU S. Potatoes (All wk.'.!I"c
. : Cans Ilalto, Tomatoes IZrZo
1 lb Rumfonl 15. Powder, .lite
Good onions, per pound. ,4c
,6 pkgs Kcm-at'n Tobacco. .25c
JO lbs. Meal ,S5c
10' lbs Grits.
BACON, per ikhukI ...... XCc
loc stuffed Olivca, bot.. ,10c
loc Catsup, bottle. . . lOe
15c 12-lb Can Peas 10c
15c Cora, 12 for. 5c
Xext to Ilurnettfs
On Fort Kins Avc:u:o
i J iw -, WMti fab
OPEN BAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner, ileals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
silent crowd is
group of girls.
The scene sh'fts o the long empty
stretch Of the Bayswatr ycad. It is
half past eleven. On the. benches on
the pavement along the Tailings that
border Hyde Park forlorn, huddled
At Least One.
"Every one has come secret sorrow,"
fiays a philosophizing iriend. "Even
the fattest and jclliest of us bat a
skeleton in his midst.
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many times when one
man questions another's -actions and
motives. 'Men act differently under
different circumstances. The ques question
tion question is, what would you do right now
If "you had a severe cold? Could
you do better than to take Chamber
lain'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 says:
''Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth its weight in gold and I take
pleasure In recommending it." For
sale by all dealers. adr
The principal poison in abslntha 13
a vegetable substance known as
tnyion. It is lound In wormwood,
which Is used In making absinths.
France Is the largest consumer of ab absinthe,
sinthe, absinthe, '.aklng more than all the rest
of Europe. The consumption haa been
steadily increasing, so that In 1311
over 1.000,00 gallons of absinth wers
used la France.
TONED UP THE SYSTEM
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
mon for me than I ever dared hope
for," rrites Mrs. Esther .Mae Maker,
Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several
bottles of 'these taolets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil billons
lons billons attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, ibut toned up my whole
system." For sale by all dealers ad.
ELLIS9 v NEWS BEFWTj
P. Afe EXXJS,' Slaaager.
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Nest to Cam's Grocery Ctoro
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Sew Steamers. Low Fares. Bc::i
service Wireless telegraph on til
steamers. Through fare3 and tickets
o all Northern and Vw'cctcrn pclsts
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, Agent,
This hvlnzs to niany mlnclss r.n eld &r,d
tried family remedy an external np-
plication linovrn as
i Burins: tho period cf
4ffir -11 Plied to the c.b c.b-V
V c.b-V ZC Sosi!nal muscles cr.3
t'Sj ) -sr'-St Is Cczncd to e 30th. 3
. : .V zz'-yyi the intricate nttworls
nerves involve cl.
ji.J i m ir.i3 manner it
i, t. i" j. .,. ..... ...... m m m 1
V -- bucd : spxenaia
lnfluer.ee as to Justl-
il Locn rcncraUy ree
fy its use
ommended for rears vfnr n-i
who fcave used ft rpcali la highest xrz.1
cf the iciaaenso relic-f it cSTcrea. Particu Particularly
larly Particularly Co those IznoT!r.- mcthcrs rp a!i ct
the absence of morninir'Scfcnes3, etomnc
of- etrain on.sthe .'..lisaments and freedom -fr-ia
.those rasay of tier .'-distresses usaally
looked. forward to" wlte"iiic!iicoQceni.-':,---.
Ihtre is r,o t'.ut-Moa but "What
"ZIcthcr'3 rr! .:: l" L-3 a marked tendency
to relieve thj ir.Ir.l and thfa cf itself la
addition to ths physical relief clvea.
it -a", very :V7lda I popularity among' .women.;
Ton-; can---:"obt&in .ilotber ,-Friead' -'St"
Lct cf mother t a ccnpl'a r:0Ttrr.
It ; Is prepared only toy :-Brs 'Jneld :,&S :
'lilator Cow 201' 'lAmar-'BlStlaata, Co...
Avoid the many worthlc.'j.n puiri:tu' r.
Tins OCALA EVENING BTAH, WE DXES DA Y, OCTOBER 14. 1914
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
Do not disturb your hearts about
the future. Times tvIU take care of
tii at. Your part 5s to be ready for it
wheal it comes. Just remember that
you cannot create a day if you were?
to spend a lifetime trying. With
ilirn, a thousand year3 are 'but as a
Mrs. J. B. Hayes and little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mary Lena, -have returned k rem
a ten days' Ylsit to Mrs. ifayes
father, air. J. :M. Guynn at Ocoe and
Orlando. Mr. Hayes went down
Sunday and brought .them 'home in
All mothers and any friends of the
pupils enrolled In itbe primary
scSiool who are interested are cor
dially invited to meet the teachers
of the school ami discuss some mat matters
ters matters pertaining to school life and
work at the high school building,
southeast room, first floor, Thursday
-afternoon, Oct. 15, at 3 o'clock.
fMlss Alice Bullock entertained
the members of the reading club at
their regular weekly meeting yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at iher 'home. The
study of ".History and Art" was be begun.
gun. begun. At the conclusion of the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, iMts. R. 'A. Bur ford Invited
the club to meet -with her at the
next regular meeting.
Judge It. QlcConathy left yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon to join 'his fwife in
Washington, where she 'has been for
aome time. They expect to spend a
ghort time In New York before re
- m m m
'Mr. Godfrey M overs sleft (last eve evening
ning evening for. his home in Tampa after a
short ylslt to his another-'in-law,
Mrs. 'Edward Badger and (family.'
s TNIrs. Jolin Lewis left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a few weeks' visit, to friends
"Mrs. J. A. 'McClymonds in this city;
Sirs. Lewis will continue her round
of visits to Tallahassee before re returning
turning returning o her home in St. Augus Augustine.
tine. Augustine. 31 r. and Mrs. Charles (Mathews and
Tuesday, where they will make their
JMr. Vernie Stevens, of Lakeland,
fias joined his family, w3io are
spending a while in this city with
Mrs. Anna Tweedy has returned
from a visit to her 'former thome In
iMrs. W. vD. Graham, after several
days' visit to Ocala (friends, ihas re returned
turned returned to 'her holie In iReddlck,-
jmd Mrsi5r'Lane, who
visit with 'Dr. Lane's mother, airs.
Lane at Clearwater, returned home
yesterday. They (made the trip in
their car and had a inost enjoyable
Mr. and airs. F. W. Ditto and lit little
tle little son, iMrs. Iamie Fox and tMrs.
Ella Ditto have returned from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where ibsy attended the
funeral of Jtfr.yitalJbHi THtto. Mr.
Ditto's motheiy Iavina !Ditto,
accompanied them ome&ud will pay
an extended visit o hifr eon and his
family. .Mrs. IDIttomade flier -home
here for a number of years 'before
removing to Jacksonville. All her
friends will foe glad to see her agajnf
.Mrs. J. tR. .Moorhead has just re returned
turned returned from a trip thru -several sec sections
tions sections of the county, where she has
been in the interests of the canning
club work. She 4s greatly enthused
an"d encouraged at the magnificent
progress 'being made In every par particular
ticular particular ibranoh of the work, and says
the jhousewives are making especial
plans -for fair time and that their
exhibits are going to be wonderful.
The Fair Association this year is
giving to all first prize holders hand handsome
some handsome embossed ribbons, and to the
one receiving the greatest number
of ribbons will be given a special
prize. The Interest in the fair all
over the county Is most gratifying,
and the prospects are that the iMari-on-iSumter
County Fair will be larg larger
er larger and better for the .1914 season
than ever before. Arts and crafts,
and bead work will add to the new
features of this season's exhibits,
and is receiving the especial atten
tion of a" number of our ambitious,
Glr.- Carlton 'Ervin has returned
from a sihort visit to his sister, (Miss
iMary -Ervin, who is one of the effic efficient
ient efficient music teachers at Clearwater,
(Mr. Eryin may decide to
that thriving ilittle city.
; Dr. and iMrs. Harry- 'Dozier "will
leave on Saturday ,for : Petersburg,
Va., where the doctor v goes to be in
attendance upon the convention of
the Seaboard Air Line surgeons.
They will be away about a week or
- m ..m m
The many friends in this city of
iRev. Chas. F. Benjamin of Alexan Alexandria
dria Alexandria Bay, iN. Y., will regret to learn
of the very serious accident that be-
fel his aged mother at ner home in
Fishkill a few days ago. (Mrs. Ben
jamin fell, and severely Injured (her (herself,
self, (herself, which on account of her ex
treme age is, especially deplora:bIe.
Both ftlev, and IMrs. Benjamin are
at her bedside. 1
is being taught in this city, by IMrs.
iMamie Howse Stovall, who has be become
come become quite an enthusiast. During
recent travels she learned just where
and how to get the desired materials
and has most graciously consented to
instruct anyone who may wish to
learn. (Mrs. Stovall's first class
opened with twelve ladies. It is the
wish of the members of the cdass to
have a number of specimens of their
work ready in time for the fair, and
from all indications there will be no
disappointments. Mrs.j.StoyalI is to
be highly commended for undertak undertaking
ing undertaking the teaching of this most tas tas-cinating
cinating tas-cinating of all arts. ;
The Elks smoker given last night
at the Elks' home on (Main street
was one of the most enjoyable oc occasions
casions occasions of the season. About seventy-five
'Elks responded to the call
and after the regular business meet
ing of the evening all the members
repaired to a large room on the
lower floor which had been taste
fully arranged as a banquet hall and
decorated with bowls of gorgeous
dahlias and asters presented to the
club iby 'Mr. George Blitch, the (pop
ular president of the Commercial
iBank. At a given signal, tMr. iRetkey,
steward at the Harrington, served
shrimp salad, oysters, sandwiches,
pickles and wafers, which was fol
lowed by cigars. Judge David S.
Williams, exalted ruler of the lodge,
was toastmaster of the evening and
brought forth many mitty and orig
inal responses. The evening was one
3ong to be remembered.
BAND CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT
(Mr. W. W. Condon, director of the
band, informs us that bad weather
or sudden death are the only things
that can prevent a band concert Fri
U. IV C, 3IEIETING
There will be a call meeting of!
the U. D. C.; Friday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock at the residence ,of Mrs.
J. Tf tLancaster on Fort King avenue.
All members are urged to be present
as the election of officers for the
coming year Will take place.
IMrs. J.' C. Caldwell,
' (Recording Secretary,
SILVER 3IEDAL CONTEST
have been having quite a
The Better Wall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labora way to cut on the
cost-of material -a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-BoardI
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't watt for plasterers
do the work yourself. All the tools
needed are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
BADGER-BO'ARD doesn't, chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
J. D. 3IcCASKIIiIit
State Agent, OCAIjA. FLA
W ( I ,,
iMiss 'Ella Tydings is the guest of
(Mrs. (L. iR. 'Phillips. The ladies of
Sanford are Invited to call at -Mrs.
Phillips' Tuesday afternoon to meet
Miss Tydings. "Herald.
Miss Tydings is the distinguished
sister of Mr. C .R. Tydings of this
city, arid ds a t Tetnrned missionary
from tMexioo, awaiting 'peace in that
(land foefore returning to her duties
Yesterday's Times-Union contain contained
ed contained an especially -handsome 'picture of
Master Paul Theus, Jr., of this city.
iMaster Theus was one of the first
prize winners last (Winter at the
iMarion county '.better babies con-
ters, and is an especially attractive,
bright and .beautiful child.
iMrs. Geo. iE. Yancey an!d little
daughter will sail in a1i)out ten days
for 'her home in iRio Janeiro, after a
year's Tiit to 'her parents, Mr. and
M.rs. Charles (Mathews in this city.
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The Pythian Sisters lhad a g'ood at attendance
tendance attendance at their meeting tlast night,
and -attended to all necessary 'busi 'business.
ness. 'business. ""
Miss Grace Townsend, of Inter Inter-laohen,
laohen, Inter-laohen, the faithful secretary of the
state Christian Endeavor, is the
guest of :Mrs. JM. lM. Little.
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Don't 'forget to go to the silver
medal contest stomorrow night, and
don't lorget, there .will 'be a collec
iFrom time immemorial basketry
has ibeen a study and is perhaps the
oldest art known. It is recognized
today as foeing the finest and most
educational of all the arts and crafts.
Interest m ibasketry is creating an
enthusiasm among social circles
throughout the country,-until now it
is no Honser the prevailing fad to
stpend the mornings at crocheting or
embroidering, but the edict is to ne
ultra fashionable yon must twine the
reed3 and iweave the colors as did the
maidens in Pharoe s time. This art
At the Presbyterian Church Thurs Thurs-;
; Thurs-; : day Evening
Song, Throw 'Out the Life Line.
iRecitations by Gertrude v Smith
and Clara Curry.
0uet, 'Light in the Gilded 'Parlor,
by Miss Nan 'Brooks and Claude
A. Temperance Boy, oy IRdbert
The iBest Dnink, by VerneSl Kupp
iRecitation, (by Gladys Sarters.
'Dolly's iXew Dress, iby -May, lAJIe-
Vote as You 'Pray, by Paul iHol-
iRecitation, by Oilarj" Price.
'Song, Gather Them In, by ohoir.
0uet, That Ribbon White, by
blisses Mary Gates and Ethel Kich-
Selection, by male quartet.
Presentation of medal.
Duet, the Drunkard's CMarch, by
IMrs. D. IA. Smith and Miss Gertrude
Song, A Saloonless Nation in 1920,
'by congregation. :.
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For the fine s
and classy styles
snoes. r or me value cms
w.' OYi'Tn'Arii -.?-" ot? rar o".'
lanywnere near., the '-piice.
This year we have a
more complete stock of
than ever. No mention need be
made as to GLAPP QUALITY.
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By Robert Elston, Staff Correspondent
of .the International Newsj Service.
'Indon, 6ct.l. Tfce women of
France, more especially tne peas peasants,
ants, peasants, are little afraid off foullets an4
are .visiting the trenclies of the alli allies
es allies nightly, carrying food to the sol
diers and helping to care for the
vrounded, according to letters arriv
ing here from the front. Some or
The 'French women seem to
think the best cure for. sTirapnel or
bullet 'wound was a 'bottle- of;wine
and a raw egg. On the Wednesday
fight the women torought 'hot (potato
es and brand new bread right into
THE OLD CHURCH BELLS
The sweetly solemn tolling of the old
church bell, ;
Penetrates the nans or memory we
Tecall so well.
They sooke in many voices in our
early childish years,
And their hallowed memories- fill
ooir eyes with .blinding tear3.
Wli,eii,''!thei" chimes irang out on the
stillness of the Sabbath air,
Each vibration seemed a message,
each note a prayer.
In fondest recollection they called
ns to Sunday school and then
We were taught iby a gentle teacher
duty to God and our fellow-
In the morning they sent a sonor
ous summons to the -people
far and near,
To come to the house of worship,
the word of God to hear.
In the evening after a day of fasting
As their vibrations irang out, the
words they uttered we cou!4
"Old fashioned are the church bells'
you smile and say.
So in the store nouse or memory
we'll lay them away.
We know they are called old fash
doned, but nothing that mem
Brings sweeter thoughts than the
old church 'bells.
And when comes the Eternal Sab
bath; far or near in the
Tealms of time
We hope to hear in glad rejoicin
the pealing of the church
beJl's j chime.
Sarah Banks Weaver.
.Miami, Fla. Oct. 9, 1914.
f I f i y1', jm
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the trenches and the firing line. I
can assure you they are the 'bravest
women 1 have ever met.rr-RIfieinan
Cederic Fischer. i
"A woman "said laughingly to me:
Uf you kill the kaiser, you can have
my daughter.' I replied that I could
do that all right, and she could have
a hair of his imust ache. ""Private
Candler, Oct. 12. The Belleview
baseball team played tboth the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha and Candler nines on 'the
Candler diamond 'Saturdayafternoon.
The 'Herculean Belleviewites won
the victory in each game.
Mr. E. V. iMark, a former Cand Cand-lerite,
lerite, Cand-lerite, )but mow of Jacksonville's not noted
ed noted architects, spent the greater part
of the past week, the guest of (Mr.
and iMrs. John Mathews.
iMrs. Robert (Marshall came up
from Oklawaha Thursday afternoon
for a between trains visit with her
sister, (Mrs. J. X. 'Marshall.
IMrs. William Hirt served oysters
at her ice cream parlor Saturday
afternoon and evening.
The Puesbjterian Sunday school
rendered an appropriate rally day
program Sunday morning.
.Miss 'Mabel McClain, one of the
Ocala high school students, spent
the week end with her parents.
IMrs. G eorge Yancey came d o wn
from Ocala Wednesday for a several
days visit to her brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews.
;Mr. J. X. Marshall is having much
needed attention given to the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church yard.
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
11003I AXD BATH FOR A DOLLAR
Completely Renovated and rlcvLIaanomcnl
. ;'" NOW OPEN. ; .'
Room ; TitlibutSBath fCLCi)
Running Water in Every Room in the House
R003I AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
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A good one-horse load for .... -. .02.
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for C2.CD
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle milL Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Cash on Delivery.
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THE OCALi EVENTKQ GTAH. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14. 1914
Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
' make."--: w 'u
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes. f-i
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily right in our own store;
who owns the dwelllng-the business propertythat stands
: la your name? -; ;'-J "!.::- :
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth" considering, it inYolves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti
ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
floridu title and abstract corporation
H I XXI S
FIRST CLASS. R,2cals and Berth Included.
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This Special Rate good on anylof the Company's
'August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
.Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations arid further particulars apply to
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders Board manufacture
ed for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
t 1 i I II til 1 ii
Confiraetor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for : the
State of Florida.
SSSiSIiit ?s ?s 2 s t s sissmxi
PARK TIIAMMELIj AT BERLIN'
Governor of tlie State -Will Dedicate
the "Sew llizh School at Fellow Fellow-siiip
siiip Fellow-siiip October 30
Editor Star: Governor Park
Trammell will speak at the de-iica-tiotm
of the new Fellowship 'higrh
school fouildlng, ?Fridaj Oct. 30th, at
11 a. m. All are invited to attend.
A basket dinner will .be served on
the grounds. Richard "W. Ervin.
Berlin, Fla., Oct. 14
TYVAS XOT SUXXY JI3I
Mr. iMV E. iRobinson, almost as
well "known as "Sunny Jim' when
greeted by a Star reporter this
onornin.gr with Ms usual salutation of
Hello, I thtrnglit you were dead'
said, "I did, too, when I first read
this, ."but 'I felt of myself all over and
seemed as muich alive as ever, looked
at imy sales book and found evidence
there of vitality and came to the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that there must (be Imita Imitations."
tions." Imitations." He then showed the Star
man a 'brief account in an dtem from
.Mulberry or Ehren or one of those
seaports, of the death an!d :burial of
a iMr. 31. R. iRobinson. INaturaliy
reading an item of that kind "would
Kinaer upset isunny Jim's sunny
nature.. 1 '
THE CRYSTAIi RIVER FISH
AXI' OYSTER INDUSTRIES
I ARE REENO REVISED
The 'board of county commission
ers was In session today to revise
tlie county registration books.
ROSE BUSHES -W ANTED
The nurses at the :Marion County
(Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate the gift
of rose cuttings or plants of any
kind. If you (have any flower xants
you wish to givne, please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be ap
A TEACHER TRAINING
CLASS OF 3IERIT
This evening at 7 o'clock at the
(East (Broadway church the -minister
will begin a class in teacher training
The class' will study as a text ibook
"The -Historical Bible'' beginning
with volume five, 'The Ofe and
Teachings of Jesus," the text book
of the men's class of religious inves
tigation. It is expected that all' the
teachers of the Sunday school,and
others of the church who care to
take a teacher training course, wil
be present at 7 o'clock. All teadhers
of the city are cordially invited to
take this work with us. No cbarge
will be made, the only expense 'be
ing $1.05 for the text book. .This
course Is a little theological semi
nary within itself. !A student who
takes the course will have a worka-
toie knowledge of the Bible, as the
course takes up the Bible from Gen Genesis
esis Genesis to, (Revelations. '., No denomina
tional tenets will be discussed in the
class, so anyone may feel free to
take the work who caTes to do so.
AIAj RUSSIANS ARE LIARS
According to the Verdict Passed
Upon Them by the Germans
Washinston, Oct. 13. -The Ger
man embassy has received the fol
lowing wireless from .Berlin:
'"Official headquarters says the re report
port report of an advance of Russian forces
across the iNiemen river in the di;
trict of Suwalki, Russia, is a lie. The
battle took place near Au gusto wo,
where the Germans Oct. 1 and 2
completely defeated two Russian
army corps, imade 3,500 am wounded
prisoners and took twenty guns, of
which -one was a heavy battery gun
and a number of machine guns.
CHECKING A CALVARY CHARGE
How Irish Infantry Stood Up to the
(Special IDispatch 'by I. N. S).
Havre, Oct. 12. Tbis is the
story, as it has been told, of the way
in wfhich the Irish guards at Mons,
met the charge of three German cav cavalry
alry cavalry regiments:-
Three regiments of German cav cavalry
alry cavalry splendidly horsed, splendidly
equipped, charged an Irish regiment
of infantry. The men who had ibeen
joking and smoking rose up to meet
them, a bristling bulwark of giants
holding weapons of steel in steel
For a few minutes there was an
awful chaos of horses, soldiers grey
and soldiers yellowglittering lances
and bayonets, the automatic spit of
machine guns, the flashes of musket musketry.
ry. musketry. Grimly, and without -budging,
they threw back at the bayonet's
point, in utter demoralization, the
troops of the 'kaiser,, the men who
terrified the peasant villagers of Bel Belgium
gium Belgium and '.France.
JUST RECEIVED, A BARREL, OF
'NEW iFLORTDA SYRUP AT OARX OARX-THOMAS
THOMAS OARX-THOMAS CO. 10-14-2t
ln this issue of the Star will be
seen the advertisements of the Gulf
Fish & Oyster Company, G. V.
Hyde proprietor, and the Crj'stal
Fish & Oyster Co., J. H Stevens and
J. K. '(Eubanks proprietors, of Crys Crystal
tal Crystal -River, the two large companies
of that pretty little city dealing in
(While the companies are keen riv rivals
als rivals they do a dean an d tionorabl e
competitive -business, each pulling
for more and better (business, to get
its (products into .more homes of the
state, and Georgia and even .beyond,
and are always boosting1 for their
home; town. 0 I,...
The fish and oyster business has
for more than ; fifty years played a
big part in the commercial develop development
ment development of Crystal River, and the fame
of the dainty sea foods coming from
that place has gone abroad through throughout
out throughout the land till the name and pro products
ducts products are well -fixed in the minds of
those who appreciate good fish and
oysters, and verily, no waters on the
if ace of the earth produce finer of
either product than those comprising
the Crystal River territory.
We are glad to see, during these
times of high and higher prices of
meats of, all kinds that the prices of
fish and oysters have not advanced.
(Possibly the. fact that the 'writer is
inordinately fond of tooth has some something
thing something to do with this pleasure, but
anyway, there are thousands of
others like him.
Patrons of this paper will do well
to send their orders for fish and
oysters to these two advertisers
when in need of anything in their
line. The proprietors of (both firms
are well known in Ocala and thruout
the surrounding counties. :
WILL 3IME OCALi THEIR IIOIE
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. A. .MoteHand of
iWhite Creek t iN. Y., have come to
Ocala to make their home among us.
iM.rs.iMot el and has leen quite 111 for
some time and has been at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall since their arrival. She
Is (recovering and will ,soon begin
housekeeping in one of the resi
dences on OkTawaha avenue owned
by iMrs. O. T. Green, which they
ha ve leasedand is heingvput in shape
for them. Mrs. 'Moteland was for formerly
merly formerly IMiss Sarah Prazier of this
city and. is remembered by many of
our citizens. ; She' is the daughter
of .Mr. C. G. :Frazier of. the Oakhurst
lime property. -Mr. Crazier will
make his home with his daughter
and son-in-law and is .very glad to
have them with him. Mr. 'Moteland
is an architetc and 'builder and will
engage in his profession here:
; Every Mehlin Piano is the personal ambas ambassador
sador ambassador of its'makers one more strand added
to the golden rope of reputation.
It comes into your home direct
from their hands to add new
laurels to the world-wide repu- )
tation to the Mehlin family as
In every portion of the Globe where
music and civilization have reached,
the Mehlin piano will be found spread spreading
ing spreading the reputation of its makers and
proclaiming a new ideal of inimitable
BNGIiANI) IAY: WEIiIi
i FEEIi UNCOMFORTABLE
'Eighty Zeppelins and Hundreds of
Aeroplanes Prepared in Ger Germany
many Germany for Invasion
Amsterdam, Oct. 14. Reports are
current in iBerlin that eighty or more
Zeppelins are -being collected near
'Kiel, awaiting a favorable fog to
sail for "England. Also, the new
iKrupp guns have a range of about
twenty-five miles and probably are
destined "for use I at some channel
port in event the Germans secure a
foothold tthere. The, aeroplane fac
tories in "Germany are Working day
and night supplj'ing machines and
200 aviators are qualifjring for mill
tary service every week.
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Ve Treat Your Clothes V. hlteV
Rough Dry Work Done C Ccnti Per Pound.
All Blankets and" articles waitied
by hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
u u u
17. Ft dnrj Ave,
Berlin, Oct. 13. Messrs. 31. W.
and C. B. Rawls of Ocala, spent Sun
day here, the guests of relatives.
.Mr. W. L. Mills and sister, CVIiss
Eva, spent the week end at Pleming-
to and 'Fort iMcCoy with reilatives.
iMiss itowena Hammonds and sis
ter, .'Mrs. 'Ferguson, of Bjitchton,
are guests at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. V. 01. Seckinger this week.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. B. Rawls made a
busness trip to Ocala last iMonday.
The orange trees aroun d Berlin
are well loaded with fruit this year.
Rev. Z. A. Crumpton is very proud
of his grove. His fruit will soon be
ready for shipment.
.Mr. S. J. QIcCuHy is kept very
busy here of late vaccinating hogs
against the cholera. He has been
down to Soimmerfield for the past
few days, applying serum. i
Rev. E. X. (Henderson, of liynne,
will preach at Fellowship next Sat
urday night and Sunday, October 17
an,d 18, instead of the fourth Sun
day. 'Let everybody attend, as this
will ibe Brother Henderson's last
service here for the year.
O Jtu Ilev. Abbott Cliarles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict. Director.
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Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile d
Poarding School for BoysIChartered June 4, 18G9
CLASSICAL AJD GOiiiEOGIAL COURSES
: $225 FOR TEH SCHOOL uODTilS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
ast of San Antonio
FALL TERH OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Wonderful Set of Dlhess
What is said to be the most costly
set of dishes ever made was recently
ehown at an exhibition in St. Peters
burg. It consisted of thirty-six hand hand-colored
colored hand-colored plates. This set has an esti estimated
mated estimated value of $18,540, a single plate,
therefore, being worth' $515. Mt Is tha
property of Count Orloff-DaridofL
Will soon be here and you. will have to consume more electric cur-
rent. Why not prepare now by Installinj
Xo. 9 North 3Ialn Street
xucj me uww vucvjjci auu iiiuio emwtfUl man ever. fmi
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamp3
xney wui give tnree times tne iignt. -Come
in and let us demonstrate.
EL" Wo :TOCE5IEIS-
THE OCA LA KVEMAG WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 191 I
IBOHXTGS OF THE VAN LOONS
ilnd fco tliinli fcliatr.tiic Boob of Q-xncoocn
TniELMOS AJG. NOT,
THAI TOP ONE.
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I have moved to the Burtielt
Building cn East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW -HKATEIIS. Call
and see them. t
A. M. B08BITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
COMBAT AT COMPEIGXE
Story of the Battle as Related by a
Wounded British Soldier
Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SJIITH. Mgr. 1
i Licensed Embamers
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
UNDERTAKERS and EL1BAII1ERS
fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ...... .-; . ... 104
C. V. ROBERTS ;; .303
Undertaking Office ........ 47
(Special Despatch by I. IN. S.)
London, Oct. 1. X wounded
Guardsman, now 'in the (London hos hospital,
pital, hospital, today gave this graphic ac account
count account c -ill 3 fierce fighting at Com-
"In that part of the field where
we were posted the Germans drop-
ei on us all of a sudden, as though
from the sky.
"We first learned of their pres presence
ence presence when a battery of guns on the
'right sang out, dropping shells into
a mob "of us who were waiting for
our turn at the washtub, that is, the
river. There was "no panic so (far as
I saw, only some of our fellows who
hadn't had a wash for "days, cursed
and swore at the Garmans for spoil spoiling
ing spoiling the best chance they had had.
"We all ran .to our "pots dn re
sponse to the call ofthe bugles which
rang out all along the line, and by
the time we all stood to arms the
German cavalry came Into.. view .In
great strength all along the left
front. As soon as they came -within
range we poured a deadly volley into
them emptying saddles right and
left, and they scattered in (all direc directions.
tions. directions. "(Mean while their artillery kept
working up closer on the front and t
right, and a dark cloud of infantry
showed up against the sky-line on
our front, advancing in a formation
rather loose f or Germans. (We open opened
ed opened on them, and they .made a fine
target for our rifle fire, which was
very well supported by our artillery
fire. Here and there their lines he-
jban to waver and give away, and" fin-
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any "aisappeareu. inait uu 'auuir it.i:r
more infantry appeared on our front
but we could not, say whether it was
the same or another (body. This
hands. The infantry and cavalry
supporting the guns didn't wait for
the onslaughter of ou men, but ran
like mad, pursued by our cavalry
and galled by a heavy fire from our
infantry and artillery, which quickly
found the range
"We heard later that the Germans
were in very great force, and had at attacked
tacked attacked in the hope of driving us
back and so uncovering the French
deft, but they got more than they
bargained for. Their losses were
terrible in what little'." of the fight
we saw and when our men captured
the guns there was hardly a German
left alive or unwoun'ded. (Altogether
the fight lasted 'about seven hou-s,
and when it was over our cavalry
scouts reported that the enemy were
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership of Paul J. -Theus and
Robert L. Singleton as co-partners
lately doing 'business under the firm
name and style of Theus-Zachry. Co.,
is hereby mutual consent dissolved.
Paul J. Theus.
Q-S-tues Robert L. Singleton.
BOOKS ARE OPEN
In no respect do the people of
Florida need practical education
more than in the value and impor importance
tance importance of health and sanitation.
The problems that Florida has to
meet are those common to all the
South, with the added complications
that her ports are important gate gateways
ways gateways into the United States for the
commerce of the West Indies and
many South American countries
Only those who know the accomplish-
ments of the past twenty-five years,
can realize what has been done by
Florida's board of health in the
practical solution of these problems.
But the relations 'between this and
other countries In .health matters
are (better understood than they
were a quarter of a century ago, and
their control has 'been put on a prac
tical and not a theoretical basis, basis,-Florida's
Florida's basis,-Florida's health problem at pres
ent is the elevation to higher effic
iency of the methods of sanitation,
of the prevention, of 'disease, of
avoiding diseases that are clearly
preventable, and in order to accomp accomplish
lish accomplish these results, to educate the peo people
ple people to the importance of careful
and sanitary living. :
Of the immense educational value
TT TT fP z P 'f u ffl
N i L- )t,
1 1 i
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
--.Superior to PLitcr
or CcIIJns In
Quality or Prico
The city registration books are
open and those who wish to vote in to Florida will be the annual gather-
Ithe coining bond elections 'had foest of the American Public 'Healtn
IgO t( the city clerk's office at the Association, which is to be fceld at
city hall and see that they are prop
erly registered. Poll taxes are paid
Jacksonville during the first week in
Decemiber. This convention is to be
in the county tax collector's office at the first of tnis association to be
the court house, but the fact that you
are correctly registered In the county
held in the far -South in the United
States and the first south of tBalti-
books will not entitle you to vote in timore. It has a membership of
ithe city elections, unless you are
registered in he city books.
tnllirflWilt Mi bm
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Box; 510.. Local., or
Long Distr-nco .Phone,
2,000 of the highest physicians and
sanitary workers in the United Stat
es, Canada, Mexico arid Cuba. The :
nroarram is, to he devoted to the dis-
New York Uses Much Water. L,,iw .f K0,iti, mtc i,nt nPf-.
In the whole world there are only .,,
about 1,500,000 people. An inch of lxl1
rain on our-watershed normally would worm, pellagra, .bubonic plague, ma-
give two gallons of water for every laria, trachoma, typhoid, rural sani sani-xnan,
xnan, sani-xnan, woman and child on the surface tation, child welfare, fly extermiria-
time they were well supported toy ar-j 0f the earth. Put It another If tlon and many others of almost
tillery, machine guns and strong i every man, woman and child on the equal interest.
forces of cavalry on both flanks. face of the earth should walk up to jn connection with this convention
' ' Joining's;
"Tp AM now in business, for myself.
Conducting a !IJ;;Ii CI., .j i.-
i tail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the 1 II. r:3
is, and as much as any one else in 'business for your men;, I. ; .: .:-teen
teen .:-teen years In the business has taught me what the public x;-v.k
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF- GOODS AND PRICES
"All came on at a smart Dace with 'to the lakes, reservoirs, etc., which tavnio toai ntKrritirs are
the apparent .plan of seizing a hill no1 Nw city's water .supply. lannlng a southern Health Exhibi-
t and each pour in two gallons of water, r
on our Tight. At the same moment 7 tion. the first of its kind ever under-
Good Old 65 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. (
Good Old SO Proof '.Ryo,
Corn or Gin, in jug?
&t per gallon.
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In jugs at per
R i mber tha t we will fill
order you send us and
meet the price of any other
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wotk
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.
our cavalry came into view, and then ten ay3
tne wnoie iraurds brigade advanced. $
It was really a race (between the two
parties who should reach the hill
first, but the Germans won easily, I
a. mile. As soon as their guns and
infantry had taken up a position the
cavalry came along in a huge mass
wth .the intention of riding down the
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order wiU hae
lJ. L. SMOAR
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stoek from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to -the new
St. Georges Slock,
where he Is now located In the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
. IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Irish Guard, who were nearest to
"When the shock came it seemed'
terrific to us dn the distance, for the
Irish didn't Tecoil in the least, tout
flung themselves across the path of
the German 'horsemen. We could
hear' the crack of .the rifles and see
the Germans Impaled on bayonets
of the front rank of the Guardsmen,
and then the wtiole force of infantry
and cavalry were mixed up in one
confused heap like so many pieces
from a jig-saw puzzle.
"Shells from the British and Ger German
man German toatteries kept dropping close
to the tangled mass of fighting men
and then we saw the German (horse (horsemen
men (horsemen get clear and take to flight as
fast as their horses would carry
them. ISome had no horses and they
were 'bayoneted where they stood.
While this was going on there was a
confused moment among the Ger German
man German infantry "as tho' they were go going
ing going to the assistance of the cavalry,
but evidently they didn't like the
looks of things for they stayed where
After this little interruption the
you D)MIhi4 Ho Bnave
taken in this country, to illustrate
geographically toy charts, photor
graphs, models, panels and toy other
means, the methods that have been
adop ted by the most skilled worke rs
to control these various ailments.
In preparing this exhibition, co cooperation
operation cooperation has .been promised by the
health boards of nearly every South Southern
ern Southern state, of many Southern cities
by the' (Rockefeller Foundation, the
Red Cross, the (National Public
Health Service, the United 'States
Department of Agriculture, the Na National
tional National 'Mouth Hygiene Association
SliS lOr.- C3IQ high class. Florida's Board of
. ':" "' ...... m m 4k..'
- Health will send an exnioit 01 us
work along certain lines, wtoich Is to
Nature's Willing- Workers are become part '.-of a 'larger exhibit that
Always at Your
will toe sent over the country for ed educational
ucational educational purposes.
Jackson vl 1 le's ciity 'board ( of
health is preparing several exhibits,
one of wihich will Illustrate its
splendid campaign against typhoid
fever. iMore than- fifty boards and
lother organizations from every part
of the South have promised active
co-operation In this exhibition. This
will snow the actual accomplish
ments that liave been gained in
some particular lines of sanitation
Make my place your headquarters while In the city. You will bo
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
-M OCALA,' FLU 01 OA:
"DIXIE .FLYER "DIXIE LIMITED"
"SOUTH ATL.TIC LIiniED
Pullman cars from Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnati,
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AIID OBSERVATION CARS
f3I0 jfTGOMEISY .iioUTE' ; ; .;
An AQ 7 rue
mm mm fc.,,.,-. m w mm u
L 'ALEX AW DEB
Carpenter" and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract -Work. Gives more and better
-orli for the mosey than any othei
contractor. la the city.; ; :
year safeguard is g. S. S.. the famon. 51"" "lL1 ue eiJf suslc
blood purifier. It is always lined up to J to the nonprofessional student and
attach diseased blood. And it alwavs does liohRfrvr
tne worK. it does the work after disap disappointment,
pointment, disappointment, after alleged specialists, mer
cury, iodides, strychnine, arsenic and other for -the advancement or nealth con-
destructive Cress that have reaped a har- ditions, being held in a Florida city,
vest cf mistakes and left a host of Invalids I
w-hol of .the snrards continued their I EuesslES to what Is to co. s. S. S. ner wnunuy
uhole of the guaras conunuea tneir u Ect suci & d cunidltv or is- Florida statisticians, sociologists,
These approaching gatherings
this time, with the Scots in reserve.
and the Irish in support. Taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of the fight between the cav cavalry
alry cavalry and infantry the German artil artillery
lery artillery had advanced to a new position,
from 'which they kept -up a deadly
fire from twelve-inch guns. Our in infantry
fantry infantry and cavalry advanced simul simultaneously
taneously simultaneously against this new position,
which they carried together In the
ace of a galling fire.
"in the excitement the enemy
managed to get away two of their
guns, but the remainder fell into our
drug as the cupidity or Ig- Florida
norance cf man would be able to produce, sanitarians, nurses, physicians and
It Is Nature's wonderful contribution to ...J
our necessities. It Is wonderful because it muii.pai uo .w &Luuy auu
can not be imitated; can not be made any discuss these protolems with the men
other way than to r -able Nature's prod- ana women : who are devoting their
nets and produce wL. a host cf men know ..at u a
as S. S. S., the world's greatest medicine. ves to the study of them, and the
. t : i.i T i ..14
mere are people everywhere that haa an muniuyatiues i -uie iaie iijuiu
old sere cr tlcer that def.td all the salves representatives from their health
rr;,," "Z boards to study and profit from this
the elements that made new tissue, new! exhibit.
flesh, and covered it with a new coating cf
i 4. i i rr. i i m ts a a
a k w OPEN Dai AM' SIGHT
to Derfect fclood bealth. But beware of
substitutes. -For special advice consult the! Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
medical, department. The Swift Specific Co-Lorner Meals a la carte and lunches
55 Swift Blflg-, Atlanta, Ga. n is ire
and ta lAed a multitude. at any Sour. Adv.
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE COUTH
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Ildtel, Tampa, Fla.
'-, Mediedl Surtfieal-nyiflrbp
:i :;ahfl i'EIeclrlc-InsESaSe
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 Folly Equipped and will be Ran
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. PIION& 333
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14. 101
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THE HUSTLING BOSTON BRAVES
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Copyrignt. 1914. by American Press Association.
Top row (left to right) William James, Ted Cather, Charles Deal, George Davis, Ensign Cottrell, Eugene Cocreham, Otto Hess, Leslie Mann, Harry Gowdy, Charles J. Schmidt, Ber Whaling. Middle row Georgo D. Whitted, Oscar Dugey,
George Tyler, Paul Strand. Joshua Devore. Lawrence Gilbert. J. Carlisle Smith. Herbert Moran. Bottom row Joseph Connrlly, Fred Mitchell, Willie Connors, mascot? Richard Rudolph,, Walter Maranville, Richard Crutcher, WilMam
Martin, Johnny Evers.,. V- -'''-,:'',' 'i
k e r v
Flour and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.
a 1 nou 9 nv
HL I lull til UKOILIl
Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
CRYSTAL- FISH -OYS
Crystal River, Fla.
If You Will Take Enough of Our. Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
OCCUPATION OF ANTWERP
By Germans IMay Force the Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands Into the War
('New York Times)
OLion d on Oct. 1 0 .The Germ an 00
cupation of Antwerp may ihave inter international
national international consequences even more im important
portant important than the military results,
great as ithe latter undoubtedly "are.
Predictions, indeed, are iberag made
that the present events will unark
the 'beginning of a new phase in the
great European struggle, tlhat is, the
active participation in war of several
of the smaller nations.
A minister of a neutral state of
world-wide experience who has just
arrived in Uondon after visiting both
Belgium and Holland,, states that
there exists considerable misappre misappre-henslpn
henslpn misappre-henslpn in England regarding! 'Dutch
feeling in regard to the war. Hol Holland,
land, Holland, he says, far 'from being as rep represented
resented represented here, divided in sentiment,
is wholly and entirely on the side of
Ithe allies. except for a small, unim
There is no hatred of Germany,
but there is undoubted fear and sus suspicion
picion suspicion of Prussian militarism, he
says, and a sesttled conviction that if
Germany should win, 'Holland's in independence
dependence independence wouid speedily ibeoome
an empty sham. Dutch statesman,
according to my information, fully
realize the situation and very little
influence wouild ibe required to in induce
duce induce them to oast in their lot with
fin some quarters it is argued that
the psychological moment when Hol Holland's
land's Holland's well-trained little army of
250,000 men wihich can ibe increased
to 350,000 could be most effectively
employed is not far awav, even, if
not. already arrived. It is, of course,
to be assumed that the Dutch gov government
ernment government will not abandon neutrality
except under stress of circumstances
or in a conviction that her national
interest imperatively demands action.
On account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala
on. the 27th and 28th days of Octo
ber, 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 1 names
Ward Xo. 1. A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. "H. aiCMahan (removed)
E JL. Hq well (dead.)
Ward No. 2. Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, .J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken. N. P. Ives. "R. C. INI un cas
ter, J. J. .McCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. ; Raysor, B. E. Rayeor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re (re-mo
mo (re-mo ved. ) T. C. Hall Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.)
Ward iNo. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. Hodges, F. R. Higgins,
M. Strauss, J. M. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed;.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. .McClymond
' Ward No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. SI. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C- H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
.The city council will hear com
plaints at special meeting to be held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M. for the purpose of restoring names
Thi3 the 26th day of September A.
D. 1914. H. C- Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
Oleics BcIlGctedl, per barrel,:
. ..' O
We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
! Gil II
AHIY XOT PUBLISH IT?
We will thank you. Our drivers vill thank you.
And if the teams could talk, they would thank you, too -for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
.Ocala Ice & PaeMmign (CDo
Pat Your Ad. in the STAR if you want RESULTS
When you want a fact to become
generally known, the right way is to
publish lit. airs. Joseph Killans,
Peru, Ind., iwas 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 Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me.
They have helped my digestion and
regulated my ibowels. Since using
them I have been entirely well.' For
sale by all dealers. adv
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
A skilled pharmacist will person personal
al personal y care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phone
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, -1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tms license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
into the road fund.
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is in open violation of the law3 of
the state of Florida. The tax col collector
lector collector will issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
W. E.. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-3 Ot
V1' If if Ml ';
t H7E have just added to our business, a larc
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.
'The Duicli Agency."
PHONE 271 OCALA, FTOHEDA
OfJAIiA, FLORIDA .
First consideration and especial attention given, to small tract3.
THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1014
. .vj-wi.. .' mmm t
? EIXOTYIE MATS FOR SAL.E
X This office will sell th two.-?
The print of
'Masons meet tomorrow night.
Y shows their condition.
The font $
The Star, X
1 is full and complete.
X Ocala, Fla.
liloose 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. A
Band concert Friday evening.
1 with bold face No. 2, from
X which the paper is set, for $25 jj
the paper i
A Hughes Cole of Coleman was at
the Harrington last night.
air. Nathan iMayo of Summerfield
was in the city today.
. The very latest novels at KREG KREGER'S.
ER'S. KREGER'S. ,10-5 V
Air. R. L. Lytle of Weirsdale was
greeting his Ocala friends Tuesday.
ICE CREAM, all that
Implies, at KREGER'S.
For prompt and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service, phone Gerig's, a reHa reHa-fcle
fcle reHa-fcle drugstore. 10-14-tf
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 1 0-1-tf
Pure sparkling soda water In clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8
New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 1 0-1-tf
Forecast for this Evening and
: ; s
. Eocal rains tonight or Thursday,
except fair Thursday northwest por portion;
tion; portion; cooler tonight northwest portion.
Max. Min. R. F.
81 67 1.36
.82 67 .41
.83 66 .'38
.84 68 ..45
Note the change of CMr. J. D. Mc-
Caskill's Badger Board advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in-today's issue.
Mr. J. A. iCaRue returned yeste
uay urora v,mcago iwjiere uie was
summoned -by Jthe government, in, one
of the sult -brought in the 'United
'States courts against the New ; Soul h
Farm and Home Company.
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S5 CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at K'REGER'S. 10-5
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t
Ex-Senator .Baker of Sumter
county is in 'the city, to attend the
meeting of the directors of the (Mar (Marion
ion (Marion and Sumter 'Fair tonight. Mr.
Baker Is confident that Sumter will
exhibit at the -fair even hetter han
she iid last year.
DENNISON:S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
When you need stationery, go to
FROZEN "MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
No 'ball game tomorrow. The .base .base-hall
hall .base-hall season 1s over.
Take Rexall Salts for that tired,
sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 10-7
Mrs. Maud, Williams. Us having
three rooms added to her house on
South Watula street.
Our fountain service includes per perfect
fect perfect cleanliness in every detail.
Gerig's, "A reliable, drugstore." 10-7
' Mr.- Sam Igou has returned from
a 'business trip through the southern
part Of the state.
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality and ab absolute
solute absolute purity. Gerig's. 10-7
Tulula (Lodge J. O. O. F. at its last
night's session gladly greeted one of
its past grands; Rev. W. H. Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, just returned from Iowa and
ever since his admission to the order
a good wotfker for Odd 'Fellowship.
The applications of two good citizens
for membership were received and
accepted. Tulula (Lodge nowjhas al almost
most almost a score of applicants waiting to
receive .their degrees, and tthe -work
will he strenuous for the n ext three
Messrs. D. C. and J. Q. Smith and
two other solid citizens of Center
Hill were in town Tuesday in the
"former's car. CMr. J. Q. Smith was
suffering somewhat from a fall re received
ceived received some days ago. He was en engaged
gaged engaged 3n rounding up cattle when
his horse .tripped on a, grounded tel telephone
ephone telephone wire and threw him He is
-fast recovering, however. It is very
difficult to kill any of the Smith
brothers. There are six of them and
the hunch weighs 1200 pounds. They
are a mighty good crowd to be
' CM. L. Heatly, a colored man from
Silver Springs, who is the inventor
of Heatly 's Go-Whiz, is trying to
tweak the record in hycle riding. He
made the trip from the Springs to
Ocala in 18 minutes yesterday morn morning
ing morning and ileft here at 8:05 for Dun-
nellon, making the first twelve miles
in 37 minutes, but the roads were
against him and ne swas obliged to
walk seven miles of the way, reach reaching
ing reaching Dunnellon at 11:05 o'clock.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE Sawed cedar pqsts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the'
Florida 5 Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, ; Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 10-5-1 2t
If you trade at Gerig's you are as assured
sured assured of hest service and quality, tf
South Carolina "Rust-Proof and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1 -tf
Mr. John Hames and son of Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view are doing some repair -work for
iMr. E. L. Carney.
If you don t Know us; ask ypur
doctor. Gerig's, a; reliable drug-
The best ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
Qlr. L. N. iLong of the Ocala House
has received a number of large
vases on tpedestals. He -will fill them
with .plants and put them in peaces
where they will add to the good
looks of this fine hotel.
Dr. :R. L. Knox, the young opto
metrist, who has just hecome associ
ated with 'Dr. 'D. (M. Boneyfthe eye
specialist, is almost a IMarion county
boy, having been born and raised at
iMicanopy. He has heen practicing
his profession in Key West, and was
quite successf ui in the Island City,
but Is glad to come to Ocala, which
ext door to home for him.
FOR RENT (Six room
. Office. V
FOR 1RENT Two or three vfurnish3d
rooms for light housekeeping :aiear
postoffice; reasonable rates ; ad
dress 206 N. (Main street, or Char
les lMcXrticas, ; Ocala House barber
shop. J-; -10-8-6t.
FOR BENT A ten room house, fur
nished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office; 10-3-tf (
t Olr. JJoonis iBlitch
S. H. Blitch
tain of the
and did some
the recent spirite
son of our
hs 'been elected cap- fC
HOTottLV HUt! IWUIBl 1U I
I I I
I game with the Is
iMr. J. tunioCaskill, the state
agent for Badger Board; is using
this popular, cheap and durable ma material
terial material to cetl Mrs. M. IM. Little's new
cottage which she is haying built In
the northern part of town.
iMr. W. W. Bailey is the latest ad addition
dition addition to the staff of the "popular
Court Pharmacy. He has (been for
some years at BettesV Pharmacy in
Jacksonville, one of the best known
refreshments places in the state,
and is an accomplished soda mixer.
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT K'REGER'S. 9-24tf
Mr. A. E. Burnett, the jeweler,
lhas a whole sermon as well as an
-advertisement, In his show window
a hlg display of alarm clocks .with
rthe card bearing the sign, "A friend
never loved." It is indeed seldom
that we love those who remind ns of
There came very near .being a
fatal auto accident on the square a
while ago. iMrs. Ed Carmichael, -ac--companied
;by .Mrs. lD. -M. Smiith anc
iMiss Georgia Glulhall, .was driving
around the square in Mrs. Carmi Carmi-chael's
chael's Carmi-chael's big car when they met an another
other another auto with four men in it. This
auto started down a side street, but
turned the .wrong way. Mrs. Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael was driving slowly and stop stopped
ped stopped quickly ibut couldn't help run running
ning running into the other car. The collis collision
ion collision was not in the fleast her fault,
tout her car was damaged, and had
she not stopped so quickly somebody
mlght have been killed. The other
auto was from the country. It was
Mr. Shaw Is building a home at
Anthony 'and Mr. Walter Wells is
helping him. They drive to and
from Anthony every day.
ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
FOR SAiUE A five passenger auto-
.moibile in good condition ; cheap
for cash." Apply at the Star of
fice. 10-10-1 2t
OR RENT After Oct. 20, the cot
tage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
, at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; satn; electric iignt3; gas
in kitchen; Ibroad verandas; access
.to cistern of soft water. Phone
POSITION WA'NTEfrBy experienc
ed bookkeeper and office man. Sat-i
isfactory references W., B. ye,
2 0 9 O range avenn e city 1 0 -1 4 -1 2 1
POSITION WAJNT'EEK A yoning lady
wishes a position.Tas clerk in istoTO
; or in office work. Will, work, for.
small salary to begin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf
KEYS IX)ST A bunch of keys,
postoffice, door and prestolight,
between courthouse and postoffice."
Finder will please return to ; this
Ocala Has to Bow to the Inevitable,;
Scores of Citizens Prove It.
'After reading the public senti sentiment
ment sentiment of this representative citizen
of Ocala given below, you must come
to this conclusion: A remedy which
proved so beneficial years ago with
the kidneys, can naturally he expect expected
ed expected to perform the same work in sim similar
ilar similar cases. Read this:
Mrs. S. E. Eraser, 104 Fifth St.,
Ocala, says: "I have used Dona's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the hest of satisfaction. When
-S X X .
my Kiuue s got oui oi oraer, l .was
so dizzy that I couldn't straighten
At times I couldn't get about, owing
to rheumatic pain across the small
of my back. I had other troubles
as well. Doan s Kidney Pills have
' i f
aiways orougni me immediate re
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
not much damaged, and went right jDoan's Kidney Pillsthe same that
on, without trying to see how much Mrs. Eraser had. Foster-Milburn
n.qrm had been don. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 4.
ADVERTI SE3IEXT FOR BIDS
Notice is 'hereby given that until
9th Day of November, 1914,
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, sealed
bids for the erection of a public
school building at Citra, QIarion
county, Florida, will be receivedf by
the (Board of Public Instruction for
the county of ;Marion. state of (Flor
ida, said building to be according to
plans and specifications now on file
at the office of the secretary of said
board, in Ocala, Florida. Said plans
and specifications may be seen at the
office of the said board at any time,
and copies thereof may be obtained
from E. C. Hosford, architect, by
application to him at his office in
Eastman, Georgia, and making de deposit
posit deposit of twenty ($20) dollars. A
certified check payable to the order
of the said board equal to five per
cent, of the amount thereof must
accompany each bid. Bids will be
received on the general .building con contract,
tract, contract, including heating and plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, or on the building contract
alone, or on the heating and plumb plumbing
ing plumbing alone. All communications
should be addressed to J. H. BTinson,
.Secretary, Ocala, Fla. 10-7-5-d-wed
HpHIS is a store that is' entirely different from the rest. Thi3 is the kind el a
& store I am opening. I have an important mission in which !'r. 0n:i Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Per Cent. Profit can have no part. This store will show you tliat depend dependable'
able' dependable' merchandise can be sold, at small prices, and yet yield a, profit. I vili
save you money, and sell things for less than you havo been pnyinjj. Thic ; :
rather a broad statement to make, but I do n6t ask you to take my v;ord for
come and make'rhe prove it.
; h I want tosee :you and let me" .ive toti r.
straight forward demonstration X cl 'how
cost of living can be reduced. li ar;. a"sD3cic
petitors, will admit it. :
K I want you to know it, but I do not expect you to believe it until
you have seen for yourself, and bear in mind that the principles
of the store will be as follows:
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One Pricelto All and i
ivioro mm$ ior m
; ;; ,SaRi3'.rG.0pdS "fOF iGSS tiEtj
by iS'-a..yooa: liiinii..!.' iiava
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Fruit of the (Loom known the World
over for its quality,' yard wide,
ten yards tor
Men's Blue Chambry Shirts, Amos Amos--
- Amos-- keag Chambry, full size, 50c val value,
ue, value, for
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, More Goods for (Same Qloney.
f Same Goods for Iies3 'Money.
La'dies Black Silk Hose, the (best
25c nose on the market, for. .. ..
: GEore -Goo'ds for (Same aioney.
Glen's (Elastic Seam Drawers, genu genuine
ine genuine Pepperell, Girard, all sizes. .
10 yards Ainoskeag Staple Gingham,
Afull line to select from
aiore Croods : for Same IMoney.
.'Per ifaper ... ...
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Iozen . .....
LADIES, ATTENTION, PLEASE
A combination of nigh grade
Toilet Specialties. Empress T'ace
Powder, Im'o Marie Cucumber;
mrioe $1.75 Soedal lor 'Com bin a- I L
tion, only "UKJ
1 i t m
i f. M i
Beldings Satin,. CC In. Lco vridc,
-known the -wdVM c .r c.r. tl:
! fbest for. lining' and -trimr.i:.:;;
and sells for $1.25 a yard. Sj-.c:.';
' Colors:. 5rccn, Gray, Red ;
Silk Striped -Ratine, regular 5Cc 1-
ue. 'Special, a yard.
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Silk Striped Charmeuc?, in the I;r.d I;r.d-lng
lng I;r.d-lng shades, C5c valuo."' GrLcIal..
1 20. SecondJHand Sev.in -.Mchir.rr,
tall in good running order, Lt;;nd-
ard makes,-euch7 C'nger, White.
New. 'Home, Wheeler z WiLou, ,-Domestic,
Domestic, ,-Domestic, all :Box Topi. Ccclil .
,s -You can use" thcm for revcr:il
years and then any machine scent
.. .' .'f ? .. j .
will allow'you from ?10. to $20 f
one of them in buying a 33cw ma machine.
chine. machine. I vill net have enough to go
. around; you 'better get yours first.
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-,ftegular 25c iHouco (Brooms,
Qfore -Goods for Came C.Ioncy.
Same Goods for Loc3 CTcr.ey.
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6-Quart Enameled Berlin Sauce Pot,
riTeted eide handles.
' j Tit Hii' y f
'2rQuartrayI::'Esamled : OqffecTPot-
riveted h-:dle, -l:incJ tin
Seamier Wash Ea:.:n, 'blue and -r.-hitc
enameled, hole for hanging.
4-Quart. Sauce Pan, :blue and white ..
lipped, Tiveted over handle, .
hole for hangfng.
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. "-
More (Eosdls fiop.-sairEiis Rmmey r ;
on I P
Wl. H Hi III
V Jalic Klein's Former Store.
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