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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

QCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914

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Chicago, III., Oct. ,15. The rail railroads
roads railroads of the country, are preparing

for a record breaking season's 'travel
to the iSouth and Pacific coast this
fall and winter, as a result of Europe
being closed to tourists.
The American winter resorts are
cooperating 'loyally, -the railroads are

arranging for extra trains and the
Florida hotels are announcing en enlarged
larged enlarged hotels and a 'longer season.
Thousands of 'people who usually
go to iMediterranean ports, this year
wfll go to (Florida and the South or to
California.

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RUSHED AND CAPTURED GER GERMAN
MAN GERMAN TRENCHES NEAR
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Paris, Oct. 15. It was officially
announced at 3 o'clock, this after afternoon
noon afternoon that the iFreneh made notable
gains 'between (Arras and Albert on
the left wing and that at' the center
numerous -German trenches' bad been
captured near Hlheims.,

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Paris, Oct. ,15.' It is officially an announced
nounced announced that progress has been made
by the allies southeast of Verdun and
the offensive movement taken by the
Germans on the right wing of the al allied
lied allied army lhas been definitely check check-.
. check-. ed. ;': -; ;. .-:"
The Germans proceeding .'from
Antwerp -have reached the region of
Bruges and Thielt. On the $eft the
enemy has evacuated Ihe left side of
the river Lys.
Newspaper dispatches estimates
the German loss at 15,000 in the
battle at Arras.

Mm LOST BRUGES

ANOTHER FAMOUS OLD CITY OC OCCUPIED
CUPIED OCCUPIED BY THE INVADERS
The 'Hague, Oct. 15: The News
today states that the Belgian city of
Bruges was occupied .by. Germans
Wednesday.

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PRESIDENT HAS SIGNED THE
ANTI-TRUST BELL

Washington, Oct. 15. President

'Wilson today signed the Clayton anti antitrust'
trust' antitrust' ibill." .. :

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UCH ALARMED

UPSET BY REPORT THAT OSTEND
HAS BEEN EVACUATED
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" London, Oct. 15. Fear of a Ger Ger-man
man Ger-man Invasion of England was wide widespread
spread widespread today when it was' officially
admitted that Ostend, the temporary
capital of 'Belgium, (had been evac evacuated.
uated. evacuated. Heavy firing was heard In the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of Dunkirk. ..

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Oil .OSTEND

SAYVILLE REPORTS GERMANY
VICTORIOUS ON ALL SIDES
Berlin, Oct. 15, (wireless to Say-ville).-
it is officially announced
that the Germans repulsed the (Rus (Russians
sians (Russians south of Warsaw and now hold
southern Poland up to -the Vistula
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IHeavy fighting is in progress east
of Soissons and Argonnes, France.
The kaiser's -headquarters 'have
been moved further into France, and
the Germans are marching on Ostend
and the 'French coast.

PORTUGAL IS PREPARING

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- Madrid, Spain, Oct. 1 5. A partial
mobilization of: Portugal's army be begun
gun begun today.-

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ama Pah-ama canal today. The canal will
probably be closed temporarily.

ITALY IIL
; RElJIltlEOTRAL
A PROUSE OF PEACE WITH A
STRING TIED TO IT
Washington, Oct. 15. Count Di-
gellere, the now (Italian ambassador,
declared today that Italy .would re-
main neutral unless by some nnfor nnfor-seen
seen nnfor-seen development 'her vital Interests
are (threatened.
00ITISI! SUilK
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BIG HAMBURG AMERICAN "LINER
SENT TO THE BOTTOM V
.London, Oct. 15. The .British
warship Yarmouth sunk the 'Ham 'Hamburg
burg 'Hamburg American liner Markomannia
near Sumatra. ,

BATTLE. Ifl TRE

BLACK SEA

AUSTRIAN'S CHASING
PRUSSIANS OUT

Reports of Constant Success Come
from Galicia
Vienna, Oct. 15. (Russian troops
'have occupied and fortified position
at Midyra Stry and Sambor, Galicia.
The Austrians are attacking these
positions. In trie, Carpathians the
Austrians occupied Toronya ater a

four days battle, pursuin

my toward Wyskow.

or tVia on

BETWEEN RUSSIAN AND TURK
ISH FIiEETS REPORTED IN
1 LONDON

lDondon, Oct. 15. There is an un

confirmed report .that Turkey and
(Russia 'have opened hostilities with

a. naval .engagement in the Black

Sea. rrthe news is accepted with re

serve here.

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COilFEllCE AT AGUAS CALlEi

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Aguas Calientes, JMesico, Oct. 15.

After a stormy, session the -peace

conference .reached an agreement to

adjourn today and await the arrival

of, 25 representatives of Zapata, who

are expected to arrive Oct. 20 th. Ev

erything now points to the success

of the piau jfor a commission f orm cf

composed of seven members. v Five

of the members will undoubtedly be

Generals Villaf Obregon, Zapata,

Gonzales and AguIIar. The remaining

two will be agreed upon later. Gen

eral, JVIlla, wio is at Zacatecas, is

keeping In close touch with the con conference
ference conference 'by telegrapbl

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OF 1SSIAI! DELAY

GERMAN TROOPS BEING MOVED
TO ATTACK ALLIES IN N
FRANCE
Copenhagen, Oct. 15, It is re reported
ported reported that owing to the failure of
the (Russians to advance, German
troops are being "transported Irom
the eastern to the western field; of
war.

SUB1RI0E

REPORTED THAT BRITISH EVEN EVENED
ED EVENED WITH ONE LITTLE SEA
TERROR
Bdlnburg, Oct. 1 5 It is reported
here that a German, submarine was
sunk 'by (British, patrol ships off the
coast of Holland Saturday morning.

COIlFUCTIilG AGC000TS

READ BOTH AND BELIEVE

EITHER OR NEITHER
Petrograd, Oct. ; 15. An unofficial
report says that Austrians and Ger Germans
mans Germans were completely defeated by
Russians yesterday at Warsaw, los losing
ing losing 'heavily,' .The (Russians took thou thousands
sands thousands of prisoners. ,
FROM THE GEIUL1N SIDE
.Berlin, Oct. 15 (via wireless to
Sajrvllle). Tthe Germans 'have cut
the line of communication of the
Russians between Warsaw and 'Ivan 'Ivan-gorod,
gorod, 'Ivan-gorod, the great 'Russian fortress on
the 'Vistula, sixty miles southeast. A
ibet'tte in the vicinity of Wirballeu,
In the Suwalki district of Russian
Poland, has been raging since Oct.
4th, and progressing favorably to
the Germans. (Official).
RUSSIANS HAVEN'T RETREATED
.. Petrograd, Oct. 15. .The great
battle along the Vistula is now in

the eighth day without any decisive
result. The Russians claim. the sit situation'
uation' situation' is favorable to them. Vienna
reports of German victories in Gal Galicia
icia Galicia .are denied.
The report of the rout of the Rus Russian
sian Russian forces before Przemysl and the
capture of Lemburg .by Germans is
wholly untrue: The fall of Przemysl
Is expected at.any time, according to
ah 'official statement. :

BELGIANS ESCAPED THE THAI"
SET FOR THilTJ w::i) WILL
joi2t alli:gf.d lin::
Ol1 BATTLE
i In France, -(Town namo delcid by
cenror), Oct. -15. The .Belsian army,
escaped from the trap ct by the
Germans and expects to joln.tho al al-Jies
Jies al-Jies attacking the armic3 of General--.
Von Boehn and Von Kluck.
; Hard' fighting is going on-at (lo--cr,tion
delved). The allies are rrain-.

ing j round and the 'Germans -appear-to
be' giving way. r
It is believed that the above corner..:
from Dunkirk or Calais'. , .a

aiISS:;iNKIIUIlCT':IN;A3I1iRICJr

Dr. W. K. Lane- Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
The best ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 10-2-6t

Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala (Seed Store. 10-1-tf

Cave ilia ,"rttlHtf tlr.T-Mr'M ? T'lf
. in Support of their Coi:::try
iNew York; Oct. 15. Ohrl-.tabcl-Pankhyret,
.militant' cufZractto I:;.i I:;.i-er
er I:;.i-er of England, yesterday came un unannounced
announced unannounced to Xrcrv York aboard tl.:?
Red Star steamer Finland. CII.
Pankhurst made tho voyage und,r,
the name of Elizabeth (McDonald,
and did not reveal ber identity until
the 'Finland 'was -within Eight or
shore.
"I do not come to America to ad advocate
vocate advocate militant methods," were al almost
most almost her first words. Militant
methods are not needed in America.
The men- of the- United States arc arc-more
more arc-more liberal than the men of (Eng

land 'this i3 demonstrated .by tho
fact that a number of your states
have already granted woman suf suffrage..
frage.. suffrage..
"In Egland our cause has given
way to the cause of war, and we?
women of England are alljoyal to
our flag. I believe, 'however, that
England -would,. have been better
equipped for war If 'her women bad
been given the vote.
'Militancy (has already given Its les lesson
son lesson in (England. .None of the 'Ens-,
lish women believe that ;Eng!ar.d rail I
do anything but win in thi3 war."-
Miss Pankhurst eaid she expected
to remain In the Unled States lor a
few months, She probably will ma!:e?
a trip to the Pacific coast. While in
New York she will be the guest of
Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, the suffrage
leader.

5" ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

TO CALL AND SELECT YOUR
FALL AND WINTER SUIT.

We know you will be delighted with our beautiful display of PURE
WOOL Paterns in great variety, embracing

HI -Mm Mfl SWcs

From which to make your own selection to meet your individual taste
and requirement of every detail, and we will make to your measure a
guaranteed pure WOOLEN GARMENT
Suit f (D) wreafl Jor

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For which you. would have jto pay $3(J.OO to $35.00 elsewhere than at
our shop. We make this statement knowing you will agree with us after
you SEJS OUR LINE. Our garments are all cold water shrunk before
being made up, and are guaranteed' absolutely every thread pure wooL
We are able to do this because we are fbacked by the (largest merchant

tailors In America, with establishments throughout the United

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doing an enormous volume xif business, otherwise it would hardly be
possible to make the above prices. COME TO SEE US.

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THE WORLDS L.RGEST TAILORS.
Cam Building,' OCiiLiI, FLI.

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THJ OCA LA EVENING STAK. THURSDAY, OCTOllEIt 13, 1014
GOOD WORK DONE
SUCCESS REAPED FROM
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OCALA EVENING STAR
, PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEI1 & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It, R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce" as second class matter.

PHONE 31

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .
Six months, in advance.
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
. (Foreign)
.,..$3.00 One year- in advance ...$8.00

. 2.30 Six months, in advance 4.25
. 1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
.50 One month, in advance. ... .80

DEMOCRATIC TICKET

General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. PDETOH.ER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
FRANK CLARK.
For Commissioner of Agriculture:'
W. A. MaRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
-Tor State Senator, 20th District:
' GLENN TERRELL.
For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON. -For
Tax Assessor:
ALFRED AVER.
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer: r
JOHN CM.' GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:

W. D. CARN.
1YALTER LUFFMAN.
IX. A. FORT.
3. R PYLES. '
For (Members of School Board:
G. S. SCOTT. ;
B. R. BLITCH.
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nal attention to the rule of the Sul Sultan
tan Sultan of Turkey, they are practically

Independent. They are naturally

brave and hospitable and doubtless
consider themselves justified in rob robbing
bing robbing Christiana and Persian (Moham

medans, from tooth of which they

differ In religion. They have in

times past furnished Turkey -with

many of Its best irregular troops.

Everybody in Ocala will be sorry

to Jose (Mr. and -Mrs. Emmett E.

'Robinson and their children, twho

will in the future make their 'home
in Jacksonville. Mr. Robinson has

been in Ocala since his boyhood, and

is closely Identified with the busi

ness, social and political life of the

city. He is a young man of the high

est Intelligence and integrity, and if

he remains in Jacksonville he will

win for himself a place in the first

rank of the business men of that
enterprising city.. IMrs. Robinson

came to Ocala from Louisiana a few
years ago as one of our high school
teachers and soon -made for, herself
an enviable place in the hearts of
our people. While regretting their
departure, the Star sincerely hopes
for JMr. and (Mrs. (Robinson and their
pretty children all happiness and
prosperity in their new home.

Mr. C. P. Howell, who owns the
fine 300acre farm on the southwest
corner of town, a good portion of
.which is in the new city limits since
the extension last year, is snaking a
fine success of farming and stock

raising and can show some of his

A representative of the Star visit

ed the 'Maricn County Fair grounds

Wednesday afternoon and found
Secretary Williams, with Mr. Berry
Carter, in charge of a force of men
and teams busily engaged in clean cleaning
ing cleaning up the 40 acre tract, and it al

ready looks fine and dandj'. The 1 neighbors of the county something

weeds and grass, now practically all KGat "wUl.be to their advantage, even

dead, were mowed and where neces- though they have had many years

sary chopped down 'with hoes, raked more experience than he

up and hauled off and burned. The During the middle of the summer

race track has -been leveled and Mr. 'Howell filled a huge rust-proof

scraped as is always necessary just Iron silo nvith 300 tons of the finest
before the fair. Several local horses silage that was ever seen here. He

were being tried out on the track -has not' opened 'it yet, hut ;says it

and it presented quite an animated smells to the 'Z: e sky with delicious
annearance. Inside of the track, is feed stuff, lil e a ic? (barrel' that

the large experimental garden which

Mr. 'Carter planted for the fair and

is in charge of it. It is irrigated by a

new patented system, -which was in-1

stalled for the advertising it might

obtain. The garden is looking fine

and is going to be something new will greedily eaten by th

and attractive and of great good to 1 Next srring. In time to fill

is oozing ont a little i3 sweet.

Imagine wlut this imciia 1 j av lot of

hungry stock, when the v- h avail

able feci hr.5 been' pretty well used

up- three h 5 red tens, c! the finest
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the fair. wltn the crrj,s or the earjy cv.mmer,

rrhft ifnfA -rA nil hAitiP- rv)rvi Mr. 'Howell wii: erect i of

the .buildings looked over carefully, these silos, one mu larger jthn the

touched up wherever needed and in present one and.cr.3 smaller, so .hat

a few days will all receive a new he can open the one mat is JUeit sui:

coat of white-wash, making them as ed to the season and the Remand

white as snow. (New signs will be ne may nave on it. me aee.s sure

painted, etc. The everlasting deep tney are tne grat secret or tec:

wells are doing their full duty, the

pnmps are in fine shape and an

abundance of water Is assured.

The oig grandstands are Ibeing put

in apple jpie order, the judges stand.

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Ing cattle and conserving f eed-tu ff s

in this state, and also that the metal

silos are ihe (best.

While not yet the regular wop-

ping season Mr. iHowell 'has 70 acres

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'One or two more German victories
and Turkey1 will throw her sword in into
to into the scale.

"Before the -meeting of the Ameri American
can American .Bankers Association in (Rich (Richmond
mond (Richmond today, Dr. Cyril G. vHopkins of

kit must tickle the Tampa newspa- .
. .. .. ... I velonment Organization delivered an

per men halt to deatn to Teaa tne .r-

Pinealas countypaiers these days. -.. .......

jjLupua.siB uu ime jussi unities ui a.iu-
erican soil, and the close 'alliance
that should exist 'between the hanker
and the farmer. 'He devoted a con-

When the reader sees a v report

from the war front, be is doubtful.

When it is marked official, he is still .
, siderable part of his remarks to
m rvrn niwvHi fill I

previous ones.

OCAIA IN OFFICIA1j

JOURNAIj )F AMERICA

Curd is made of curdled milk, and
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PW'JIB 'dtdUclUlltJU W1LU LUG AUfUo

eay the milk of human kindness has
curdled in them.

Florida, which he considers second
to no cither section in ,the extent of
its resources.

"There are fifty million people in

the British Isles. If they go into the
ranks like the Germans and French
have gone, they will put at least
!'frrff million ttipti in ttefipirl-

Tlarry M. Wood of St. Petersburg
has announced a3 independent candi candidate
date candidate for tax collector of Pinellas
county. 'Clearwater Sun.
'Harry is a clever boy, and ran the
first incture show Ocala had.

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Germany should like America. If
it wasn't for the, coal supplied at a
great risk tby" American tramp steam steamers,
ers, steamers, the German cruisers that are
making so .much trouble for British
commerce, couldn't keep the sea.

It is rather sneeringly remarked
by onie that many hig firms, individ individual
ual individual business men and (politicians have
joined the "huy a hale" movement
for advertising purposes. Maybeso.
There is more or less advertising in
everything; even in charity and re religion.
ligion. religion. The huy-a-balers will ob obtain
tain obtain their advertising anyhow; we

can better afford to let them have
it for such a good reason than for

some others.

We daresay Secretary (McAdoo is
correct when he says the govern government
ment government shouldn't try to take care of the

cotton crop. 'Cotton is a southern
product, and it isn't right to help

the South unless the government is

ready to help all the other sections.

The fact that other sections have al

ready been helped more when they
needed it less should cut no ice.

and the houses for the live stock and rf 'cowPeas which he will pick from

race horses. r ,..''"' r-vvv v.:-. and, then allow the stock 'to pasture

Judge Williams said that there 011 them. Ho has a hig field of sor-

would be a fine Midway and a num- um and -velvet 'beans for feeding
ber of 'outside attractions to help ont and pasturing, and is planting 60

the fair, .x acres of rye and rape for green feed-,

Even'thing in and about the 4n- These crops, especially the -rape,

grounds will he in readiness for the is Tery prolific, and cattle and hogs

opening of the hig event well before are "very fond of it.

the day set for the opening of the '-r. (Howell has a hig, patch of
fajr - sweet potatoes that is yielding

The Indications are that the' (Mar- jey generously and is sure of some-

ion-Sumter County Fair of 1914 will thins to go wth his beef and pork, no

be the biggest and ibest and (most "matter what the war does to prices

generously attended of any of the OI ,4OTl1 stuns.

On the farm Mr. 'Howell has a big

drove of hlooded 'hogs and a herd of

hlooded cattle; he also has a fine

drove of beef cattle which he Is

feeding and fattening for the local

market. His 'beef cattle are doing
weil and he is going to miake money

on them. i

Mr. IHowe1! is ihuilding a 100-ton

hay ibarrack, which for converience

and utility, is going to surpass, most

anything in the county.

One of the improvements he has

just completed,, of which ho is, very

iproud Is a cattle dipping vat of con

crete and cement. 'He has made it

very large and roomy, with extreme

length and an .improved dipping pen

or ibasin. In fact, the vat has several

Improvements that he has suggested

and put into practice (by observing-

others around him and taking their

best points and his own ideas. The

vat will be filled and used for the

first time, next week. .He expects to

dip his cattle until there is not an

other tick on the 'place.

Mr. Howell has installed gasoline

engines about the premises to ope operate
rate operate the farm machinery, pump wa

fer and drive a dynamo which sup

tDlies llEThts for the house. These

improvements will all he completed

in a very few weeks when he will

have all of the comfort of those of us

in the heart of town.

The West Florida Fair Association
has changed-the date of Its fair, to
he held at JMarianna, to Nov. 10-14,
instead of !Nov. 3.-7. This is a great
fiir ti n r! anv nf mir npfrvlf who arfi

over that way at the time should not twice as as Txas and which a

People imay conside .Russia bar barbarous,
barous, barbarous, but under -Russian rule the
vast country of Turkestan, (over

fail to attend it.

"Willis B. Powell offers to give
away his paper, the Sun, every eve-

ter. Clearwater is a nice town, but rnizms han Germany has all over

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nunarea years ago was mostly a
desert harried by robbers, has been

turned Into a peaceful and prosper

ous country. la Turkestan alone,

Russia has done far more solid col

the Star doesn't believe it is hi
-enough for the sua to set on.

the world.

A special from Washington to the

Times-Union says:

Washington, Oct. 13. That the

(Marion County iBoard of Trade, lo

cated at Ocala, is not only alive to

the necessity of river and" harbor de

velopment, but that that organiza

tion is proud of its representative in

Congress, is seen by the following

resolutions of the board Just received

here and Inserted today in the Con-

gressional Record.

Whereas, imany qnestions of vital
mportance have arisen and are to be

made issues for the : future welfare

of Florida; and,

Whereas, our present representa

tive in Congress, Honorable Frank

Clark, standing in the forefront,

watching; and,

Whereas, the introduction in the

fHouse of Representatives of the

Sixty-third Congress, second session.

of bill known as 'H. ;R. 18780 Sep

tember 1 st, 1 9 14 entitled "a (bill to

equalize transportation rates on veg

etables, citrus fruit and other fruits

transported from one state to other

states of the United States," is one
of" the best movements inaugurated

at this session; be It-

Resolved, that the Marion Oounty

Board of Trade wishes to emphasize

its confidence in our representaitive

and to endorse him for his action

along the line of relief to be given
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through his bill, which comes at

such an opportune time, Just when

through the efforts of the board of

trade the vegetable 'marketing bu

reau is being organized;

(Resolved, furthermore, that we

extend our sincere thanks and : ap

preciation for con rtesies extended

our secretary on his recent visit to

John McG raw receives 1 8 0 0 0 a

It has advised ns to plant tlonal League club, according to

a siaieiueut miaae luesaay at xne

The
right.

more hens, and we thought it a joke.
Xow the Ocala Star says the govern government
ment government Is planting more fish in Lake
TTeir. If Uncle Sam can plant more
fish Florida can plant hens. Clear Clear-water
water Clear-water Sun.
It can set them out, anyhow, and
the more the better.

IT WILL BE OF LITTLE USE

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. IT IS KOT AX EXTBXSH, I1CT V2 13 ECO.NO'lV
BUV PAIXTS XI) "JiKIGHTEX UP" TOUI. TIOl:.-".
THEN TOO. IT MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING

HAVE A CHEERFUL LOOKING HOUSE TO LIVE IN.
OUR PAINTS HOLD THEIR COLOR AND LAST.
WE SHALL HELP YOU SELECT THE COLC:: S THAT
"MATCH? AND HARMONIZE.

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DON'T RUIN YOUR J2ZrES

Secretary of State William J. Bry

an-has cabled to the belligerent na

tions of Europe a peace resolution

adopted last iweek by the governing
board of the Pan-American Union,
comprising the United States and

twenty other American republics.

The resolution, (presented by the

Chilean minister on Instructions
from his government, .'follows:
"In view of the awful strife now
irtevasita'Mne continental iEurooe and

Washington in the interest of our aP0u8hig:. universal sympathy, -while

DOh'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES. A LIT"
TLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME 'It A YSA VE YEARS OF TRO V1J
LE IN THE Fh TURE. COME IN NO W AND HA VE YO UR E YES
TESTED BV AN EXPERT. 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
YOUR EYES." i ;.

RELIABLE JE WELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

One of the drawbacks to the 'big
league games was the exactions of
ticket speculators. There are sev

eral methods by which such things Trade at

can be prevented, and if the manag- best always

ers of the games are wise they will
put one of the said methods into
practice before next year. Baseball
Is one game that should be kept
dean.

iNew York tax office when he swore

off the personal assessment the city

had levied against him. The leader

of the Giants said all his salary was

required to 'maintain his family. L If

anybody had1 said $18',000 to 31c 31c-Graw,
Graw, 31c-Graw, -when he played in Ocala

twenty odd years ago, he would prob probably
ably probably have said he didn't know there
was that much money in the world.

sister city, Dunnellon, in securing an

eight-foot channel on the Withlacoo-

chee river; also in conference with
the secretary of agriculture and
heads of his burean in the interest
of the marketing and distribution of
the vegetable product of our stale
and securing a supply of fish for

Lake Weir.
Resolved, that the secretary is au authorized
thorized authorized to certify to the adoption of
these resolutions and forward same
to Hon. Frank Clark and furnish

copies for publication.

Gerig'

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LINOTYPE LTS FOR SALE
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l letter font of matrices, 8 pt. No. 4
A 1 iwith bold face No. 2t from A

which the paper is set, for $25
Y cash. The print of the paper

The Kurds, who are making trou trou-ble
ble trou-ble Tor the .Russians, occupy the

- iv. io i r4oti I v shows their condition. The font
tsrnla, most of which is in Asiatic jt, ... A

people, and though they pay nomi-1 bX-XXX-XXX-K-XK'

t t wiT nnH ry-k rvl at- A

Tnr-key and the remainder in Per- g Aa
They number about a million Ocala, Fla.

Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the rwater at KREGER'S. tf

Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14 is fitting &
Knight's drugstore.

See our line of stationery before

buying your supply. The Court Phar

macy. 10-2-6t

We are selling Stock and Poultry

Powders and .Medicines at half price.

Two 2 Sets or 50cts packages at one

price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

profoundly disturbing the industrial

and commercial interests of the

world, ttfb governing board of the

Pa n-Am eri can Union hereby resolves

to convey to the governments of the

belligerent countries an earnest ex

pression- of its hope for peace, as a

tribute to the sentiments of frater

nity (which have inspired ; the meet meeting
ing meeting of the 'Pan-American confer

ences.'

The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf

Purity in drugs is everything, Bit

ting & Knight have only that kind.

See our line of stationery before

buying your supply. The Court Phar

macy. 10-2-6t

ICE CREAM, all that
implies, at KREGER'S.

tne name

10-8

The best ice cream in town at the

Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a

specialty. 10-2-6t

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They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let U3 demonstrate.

Advertise in the STAR for results.

Wo TOOKISES

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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ArLtv JCAJL EVEXmQ GTAH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15. 1014

All iMPORTANLOCQASiOfi
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Florida YotabIe Marketing Bureau
Day at Marion-Sumter Fair
When :he organiza-ion and tinance
committee of the Flo-Ida Vegetable
Marketing Bureau 'djourned at
Jacksonville, piembeVl2, it was
subject to the call of J, B. Rooney,
chairman, for another -meeting to be
neld later in Oeaja, at such time as
'he wojld sea fit. Therefore, s.incc
the progress of the organization has
fbeen gcing on diligently and a meet meeting
ing meeting is paramount for the purpose of
getting business in concrete form,
J, D. Rooney,-chairman, and Dr. It It-Weaver,
Weaver, It-Weaver, chairman of the finance
committee have decided to call for a
grand meeting of delegates and rre
Tesentative3 of the vegetable grc
Ts and shippers league and asio asio-ciations
ciations asio-ciations to be held In Ocala Tivzn
day and Friday, (fair week) Xoyem;
ber 26 and 27, 1914, in the audito auditorium
rium auditorium of the Ocala House.
The fair management has honors
this association by designating
Thurday, .November 2Cth, "Fieri da
'Vegetable Bureau Day."
r The Ocala dlouse has been select selected
ed selected as the headquarters of The Flori Florida
da Florida Vegetable Bureau for this an!
ether bureau meetings.
Special hotel' rates of $1..0 per
day for two in a room have been se secure:!
cure:! secure:! to accommodate the delegate
in attendance..
Meetings will be held In the morn-

4ng of each of these days an J even evening
ing evening sessions if necessary, so as to al-
t .11 A iJ a m
iuw mi inose in attendance 10 vim
the tMarion and Sumter" County Fair,
which will be held in Ocala on these
days. :
The board of directors for the com coming
ing coming year will be elected at this meet?
ing, the by-laws and business plans
mill be formulated and all matters
(pertaining to the good o! the Bureau
will be completed then.
It will be necessary for all attend attending
ing attending delegates to send in their names
and secure the reservation of rooms.
AVe desire the, press to publish this
in advance of regular invitation so
that plans can be made in time t'o
suit all conditions.
.
J. D. Rooney, Chairman
Dr. R. Weaver.
Chairman Finance.
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You who owe dues or sub sub-scriptions
scriptions sub-scriptions must respond!
Citizens of Ocala!
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Do you want the record of your
city to become tarnished ? Or

shall

it

inland city in Florida? ,y.
IF SO, let us have immediate
FINANCIAL AID!
See us at once.

JOHN L. EDWARDS,
GEO. MacKAY,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,

Board of

Coiffure From the

F
F you are looking for something
in a style. of hair dressing consider
this revival of one of the fascinating
achievements of the time of the Em Empire.
pire. Empire. After due consideration one Is
constrained to ponder as to whether
we have ever had anything better
since then. A century and more has
faded into the past since this coiffure
played its part, along with other super super-excellent
excellent super-excellent modes, which helped the
beauties of Napoleon's time to immor immortalize
talize immortalize their charms.
This pretty arrangement of the hair
in waves and short curls is not intend intended
ed intended to be worn with workaday clothes
in the prosaic business of everyday,
living. It is an affair of evening dress,
when satins and laces and jewels and
flowers bespeak joyous appareling.
Mile. Montague Is shown in the pic picture
ture picture wearing it with a satin and lace
evening dress with flowers at her belt
and pearls about her neck. Her long

Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1914.

mm

Mm

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stand forth as
Governors Marion County

Days of the Empire

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coat is of brocaded satin in rose color,
bordered with a ruche of plaited ma ma-line.
line. ma-line. She wears a moire ""girdle of
rose color, also. Her garments are
the most tasteful of up-to-date modes.
The hair is waved and parted a little
to one side in a very short part, This
waved portion is brought to the back
of the head and arranged in loose, flat
coils pinned flat below the crown. The
hair over the ears is separated into
strands and curled in three rather
tight curls. A strand of pearls, fin finished
ished finished with three settings at the front,
is clasped round the head. Below it
across the forehead there is a slightly
curled fringe of hair.
Almost any fairly youthful face will
find all its good points enhanced by
a style of hair dressing so remarkably
good that it challenges the classic
models of the Greeks and divides hon honors
ors honors with them.
JULIA BOTTOM LEY.
the best

J. M. MEFFERT,
JAKE BROWN,
A. C. COBB,
R. S. ROGERS,

Board of Trade.

WAR VS. CIVILIZATION"

(BY. 1STDOR COHEN )
The awe-inspiring aspect
cf the
European war maelstrom which
threatens an appaling destruction of
life, devastation of homes and prop property,
erty, property, and a general paralysis of
commerce, fills the mind with' doubt
as to civilization's boasted mastery
of the physical world.
The present, crisis indicates that
nerther science nor religion could
disarm forces of nature which are
actively and persistently engaged-in
maintaining the. world's equilibrium.
It seems that human connict is
one of the means nature employs
In checking the over popula population
tion population of this planet. It is brought
into violent action ';by greed, super superstition,
stition, superstition, tyiranny, racial antagonism
and injustice. It is closely allied to
destructive epidemics, famines an:!
convulsions f nature. These agenc agencies
ies agencies have manifested themselves with
variable force ever since man be became
came became capable of observation and
understanding ,and they are now re regarded
garded regarded as the inevitable accompani-1
ment of the supreme struggle going
on thruout nature.
The prudential check to excessive
reproduction,. mated among individu individuals
als individuals of the races of people, which is
attributed to economic pressure, is
analogous to the 'greater check ef effected
fected effected by the imore formidable agen agencies,
cies, agencies, and bears a striking resembl resemblance
ance resemblance to the-'lesser ravages of life,
such as homicides, suicides and f or or-tutious
tutious or-tutious extinction of life. All of
which constitutes a force which
cman, as yet, is unable to resist, and
which seems to be in uarmony with
th inexorable laws of nature that
govern life upon the earth.
In view of this assumption we
cannot avoid the conclusion that
the present catastrophe, which men
aces the lives of many nations is not
an abberation of nature, but Is in
strict conformity .to thq scheme of
life.
It Is InconceivaMe to think that
syen vnigniy civinzei nations as
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England, France and Germany
snouia 'vojuntariiy piunge into a
war of mutual extermination.
Tmeir insistent -disavowals of the re-
sponsiDinty nor tnis. iDiooay con conflict
flict conflict supports the rationality, of the
supposition that it has been bcought
into action by other than physical
influences. i )
For this reason, if for no other,
the sympathies of the Test of the
world -should be freely and indls-
fcriminately extended to the unfor
tunate human beings whora relent
less fate is oirgirig to ikill and be
killed. 7
The writer's conception and inter
pretation; of wars in general, and
this present clash in iparticular.
should appeal to the .native sons of
the beligerent countries whom good
fortune has placed tinder the benev benevolent
olent benevolent protection of tljis great nation;
so that instead of abandoning their
peaceful pursuits in a' land where
the brutalizing influence prdceeding
from the analeolent agencies refer referred
red referred to above, (is yet unfelt, they
should divert their impulsive pa patriotism,
triotism, patriotism, by -which they are moved
to swell the toll of' death, to the
more noble purpose of cementinsr
their ; allegiance to the flag which
stands as an emblem of .peace, unity
and progress.
Patriotism for one's native land
is worthy of the highest commenda
tion. lAs the integrity of every na nation
tion nation depends upon the presence of
this sentiment among its units. How
ever, when one's interests are trans
planted into a foreign land whose
liberal laws insure' personal 'free 'freedom
dom 'freedom of conscience," political liberty,
industrial expansion, and unrestrict unrestricted
ed unrestricted Intellectual development, then, it
is more 'honorable to repress the
impules of joining the martial forc forces
es forces of one's (native country than to
forsake the hf gh ideals in the land
of Jhis adoption. ''
It is to be hoped that the very in intensity
tensity intensity of the fighting spirit of the
waning nations will accelerate its
speedy extinction. And that the
contemplation of its resultant 'hor 'horrors
rors 'horrors will prove to be the cruical
test of man's superior intellect, so
that the present terrible experience
will teach the, hostile nations to
unite;in a common ouest of a solu solution
tion solution of the many intricate problems
of life whlcH prevent the proper ad adjustment
justment adjustment of mankind to external
conditions. fHumanity will thus be
Insured an infinite period of univer universal
sal universal peace, happiness and progress.
Jacksonville, Aug. 11, 1914.
:."
OIr. Cohen was one of the earli earliest
est earliest residents of 'Miami,- where for
years he toolc a prominent part in
the business and civic 'life of the
community. He is now engaged in
business in Jacksonville.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

ORANGE SPRINGS

O rang a Springs, Oct. 14. Mr.
George C. GUlman and wife of Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio, are giong to make their
home here. As soon a3 the. house
they are 'having built on their tract
of land near town i3 ready for occu occupancy,
pancy, occupancy, they will .move in. They are
now at the Carlton House.
Mr. J. B. dlall and family syeut
two days of the past week camping
on the Oklawaha river. .Messrs. A.
L. Wimberly, Gordon Wimberly and
Charles Woods were their guests fo'r
a part of the time.
Rev. Betha could net fill' his ap appointment
pointment appointment here Sunday on account
of the continued illness of hi3 wife.
;Messrs. Gammage and Finch left
Tuesday for their hemes fn Buffalo,
N. Y. -
air. Frank Pedrick returned Mon Monday
day Monday from Chicago, .where he has
been for the past three weeks.
County Surveyor Alex iMoorhe-al
is in town on official business.
Miss Jennie Carter, of Knoxville,
Tenn., is located at the Carlton
House. She Is well pleased with Or.-
ange Springs, and faas, decided to
make this ber home for the winter.
Irs. W. 'H. Pegram returned
Tuesday from a visit to her daughter
Mrs. 'Fred Vogt, and tier grand
daughter, in Ocala. Fred. Jr., came
home 'with his grandmother -. for a
short stay. :
Mr. Somenberg of Cleveland, Ohio,
is registered at the Carleton House.
Mrs. Tunis has returned from her
honfe in Kansas. This is the third
winter she has'spent in this little
burg. ' '" :
iMr. Charles Kleinfield is building
a house on Ms' place near town. He
expects to -make this his norne.
Mr. Carr spent Sunday and iMon iMon-day
day iMon-day with bis family, coming In
from IPalatka, s
IMr. A. K. Still is expecting his
brother today. They will be pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly entertained at the borne of 'Mr.
and iMrs. W. H. Pegram today, and
this evening an informal dance will
be given in their nonor at the resi residence
dence residence of iMr. J. B. Hall.
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
al remedies. Deafness is caused by.
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the ustachidn tube. When
this tube is Inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear! ttg
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness Is the result, and (unless the ln
flammation can tbe taken out ana tms
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing: will be destroyed forever;
nine' eases out of ten are caused by.
catarrh, which is nothing (but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur
faces.
v We will give one h mid red dollais
for. any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot, be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75o. Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. adv
OPEN DAx AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche3
at any iovir. Adv.
WO'uiiDc YOU BELIEVE IT
People often accept statements 'wit
a sortn
People often accept statements
with av sort of -mental reservation as
much as to say, "I am not iconvinc-
e'd," which leads ois to .remark that
there is nothing that will so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain's Cough 'Remedy as
a personal trial. :Mrs, John 'Fisntou,
Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in
her. family for the last ten years,
says of It, "J always give Chamber Chamber-lahi's
lahi's Chamber-lahi's Cough .Bemedy to fny children
when sick with coughs or colds. I
like it better than any other because
they take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It ihas never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
Only PemHv.
Life Is thick env. n with thbrns. a nd
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them quickly. The long
er we dwell on our misfortunes, the
greater Is their power to harm us.
Volt-ir. k" . :
KEEP YOUR STOMACH AD
LIVER HEALTHY
A vigorous stomach, perfect work working
ing working liver and regular acting bowels is
guaranteed If you use 'Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They insure good di digestion,
gestion, digestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic effect on the
whole system -'purify the 'blood and
rid you of all Ttody (poisons thru the
bowels. -Only. 2 5c. at you r dr u 5 5-gists.
gists. 5-gists. ' tues-thrs-f rl-w
Extreme of Laziness.
"Noodles is the laziest man I know.
He has an invention fixed so that by
merely 'pulling a wire In bed he can
light the fire; but that doesn't seem
to : Improve matters "Why notf
"He's too lazr to pull the wire."
- .TO THE PUBLIC
4I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cougn 'Remedy last winter for a sev severe
ere severe oronchial cough and can consci
entiously say anat 1 never took a
medicine that did me so much good,"
writes (Mrs. G. W. Andrews', Andrews,

Tho Bettor Vall-Board
pHERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and Dlaster. There's a

ff .Avay to save the cost cf con-
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tracior s laoor a way to cut on tno
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board I
Easy to Apply
"OADGER-BOARD is easy to ap ap-r'y
r'y ap-r'y Don't wait for plastsrers
do the work yourselt All the tools'
needed are hammer and saw ar.d al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badgef-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lovcr Cost
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. 'In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a camp! 2
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many use3.
Call on or write for prices
end samples
J J. McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, 1XA
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IiOiilS.
5 Gals. Oil (All this wfc) .COc
1 pit L Potatoes (All vk ) 30c
White House Coffee, lb. .. 35c
1 pk S. Potatoes (All wk ,23c
3' Cans Balto. Tomatoes 25c
I lb Rumford B. Powder. .23c
Good onions, per pound. . !c
O pkgs Sonsat'n Tobacco. .25c
10 lbs. 3Ieal .25c
. 10 lbs Grits. 25c
4 BACON, per pduhdf lGc
15c Stuffed Olives, bot.. .10c
loc Catsup, bottle. . ; . .10c
, 15c 2-lb Can Peas ...10c
loc Corn, 2 for 25C;
Ocala Ccsii Grocery
, Compaiy,
Next to Burnetts
On Fort Ivingr Avenne
up
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STEAmSIilP 'LINES
JACKSONVILLE
TO '
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NEW YORK
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PHILADELPHIA
New Cteamers. Low Fares. Bcai
rjervice. Wireless telegraph on al)
steamers. Through fares and tickets
--o.all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
. it 1 A. A,
j? or reservations, uc&eis, eic
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jflp.kRon ville. Fla.
a KIMBALL
Jim .gjpMF home
EIlS.;;:rJHtS;:;DEPOT
ALL THE LlITEST 'IAGAZINE3
AIJD NEU'SPAPrB3
Next to Cam's Grocery ntoro

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Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv



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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any Items for thla department call phone 106)

Thought for the Day:
i ''
Opportunity is oar smost gracious
gift- (Let every moment have its
weight with you and be busier than
the fine before. Be anything on
earth but an Idler. lxok well as to
how you spend your time.
9 0
airs. Nathan fllayo has returned to
her home in ; Summerfleld after a
short visit to her parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. V. .Xewsom.
iMr. and fllrs. iBmmett Robinson
left yesterday afternoon for Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, where they will for a time
make their 'home. IMr. dtobinson will
have charge of Mr. tHall's offices
there. Mrs. (Robinson is one of
Ocala's most popular young .matrons
and will be greatly .missed iby her
many friends.
V
Bliss Helen Brown, who has been
the popular guest of friends in
Omaha, Neb. ; for several .weeks, will
leave there Saturday for Shennan Shennan-doah,
doah, Shennan-doah, Iowa, for a visit of some
length to be- aunt, Mrs. A. W. Gold-
burg. .Miss Brown will remain away
until Christmas, enjoying a round of
visits with her 'friends and relatives.
m m
The officers of Ocala Chapter No.
'29, O. E. S., left this atfernoon in
automobiles tfor iLeesburg, where to tonight
night tonight at the iMasonic temple they
vrlll Institute a chapter of this pop
ular organization.
"The many friends of lMrs. Purdom
ivill Tegret to learn of her very ser
ious illness. She was taken sudden
ly 111 yesterday and operated on to today
day today at the 'Marion County Hospital.
Hor sisters and mother have 'been
summoned and will arrive from
Georgia tonight. iMrs. Furdom's
health has been very poor -for sone
ime, hut for the 'past few weeks she
has been out and seemingly getting
strong again.
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"iMrs, J. A. Hampton of 'Floral City
"is in "town thf eruest of her son and
'Hampton at their beautiful nome on
'Oklawaiha avenue. ; ;
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3lTs-1Edward Holder returned, yes yes-'
' yes-' sterility from Cincinnati, where' she
has spent the past few weeks (most
delightfully.
.Mrs. C. S. Edington, who has been
. CT
tnte, left yesterday afternoon for her
"fiome in. Crystal River. Mrs. Ed-
ington is a great Sunday school and
EpivoTtlh League worker in the
church-Where her 'husoand is 'pas 'pastor.
tor. 'pastor. She was the guest ofjM-rsVf;-
TM- "Lit tie and Mrs-Georse (Rentz and
won during her stay many friends
who'nope for her return. 1
IMiss Grace A. Town send, for imany
years, secretary for the Florida
-
reporter and superintendent of the
sunshine -department, passed through
Ocala en Toute to the district Chris
tian Endeavor instilute at Tavares
While here she. was the overnight
suest of (Mrs. ; 31. QI. ILittle.
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Mr. Albert Cerig, who 'has ibeen ill
ut Jdhns iHopklns hospital for some
weeks, left that institution yester
day, and for the nest few days will
le the guest of his sister and family
In Americus, Ga 'Mr. Gerig is rapid rapidly
ly rapidly gaining strength, which news is
of. great interest and pleasure to
liis hoss of friends
3Ir. E. IM. Howard has 'returned
from a visit to his magnificent or orange
ange orange grove at 'Aubmrndale. .Mrs.
Howard remained fo- a visit of some
time longer, the guest of iMr. and
ftlrs. E. iM. Raynard and family.
Ciliss Mildred Gorman, teacher of
domestic, science at the 'Ocala high
school, is getting her room into
shape, and will soon be In readiness
srith the very latest and best appli
ances for this department. e un understand
derstand understand that quite a number of
the gallant swains of the society set
are placing applications for the po
sition of "official taster."
Miss Gladys Drake "is the gaest of
Miss Clarice Watkins at' Glicanopy
this week.
CMrs. B. A. Weathers returned this
morning from Oldtown, vhere she
l3as been for about ten days at the
Sedside-of her mother, Irs. .Nei
Ferguson. Mrs. Weathers left her
mother much improved, which news
vrill be of pleasant interest to her
many friends.
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Ir-.and Mrs. IM. MoLane.enter MoLane.enter-riltiftd
riltiftd MoLane.enter-riltiftd vesterday quite a party of

Candler friends. The ladies spent
the morning viewing the bautie'3 of
Silver Springs and enjoying an auto automobile
mobile automobile ride over the city. They re returned
turned returned to their homes on the after afternoon
noon afternoon train.
The patrons of -the Ocala high
school dormitory are delighted with
the improvements in its surroundings.-
31rs. CB. H. Roberts Is proving
herself a most competent and popu popular
lar popular 'matron,, and is doing wonders in
renovating and instilling into so
large an establishment a sweet, home
like atmosphere. The dormitory has
thirty comfortably 'furnished rooms.
(Nearly all can be heated in some
'manner, are well lighted and neatly
kept. The upper west wing of the
house is well arranged 'for light
housekeeping and will no doubt
prove most popular to small families.
The dormitory kitchen is indeed a

Joy. It is well lighted, spacious and
well furnished. IMrs. -Roberts has
entire charge of the culinary depart department
ment department and that alone. Is an assurance
of every care and comfort. With
Mrs. Roberts is Miss Ethel j Robin Robinson;
son; Robinson; a teacher of the high school and
several pupils, with others coming.
The prospects for a busy winter, in
the dormitory are -most encouraging.
The grounds are now ibeing cleared
of all obstructions and indeed the
old place is taking on wonderfully
aristocratic dormitory airs.
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IMr. I. V. Stevens has returned to
his home in Lakeland after a visit
to his family in this city.
iMrs. W. (R. Pedriek and little
ones are the guests of relatives and
friends at 'Morriston, during Mr.
Ped rick's absence in Eronson; where
be is in attendance upon court.
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Mr. G. 'B. Stein, the well known
and r popular traveling man, arrived
yesterday for a visit with 'his family.
.Mr. Stein and daughter,' (Miss Mae,
went to Gainesville this afternoon
and will .return, tonight.
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Mrs. T. T. iMunroe and the blisses
Abbie and Annie iMunroe will leave
Syracuse, T. Y., for home on Satur Saturday
day Saturday and will, reach Ocala (Monday
afternoon.' u I
rMr. and 'Mrs. L. A. Snow returned
today 'from their wedding -trip, and
will be at home to their ifriends at
their pleasant apartments at CSIrs.
Kaiser's. tMrs. Snow, as (Miss Jessie
Boone, made many friends 'here on
her previous visits, and all are glad
that, she 'has now come to stay.
JMisft iRu&y Raof iMartel, has
been chosen historia by the class of
1916, Salem College, Winston-Salem,
X. C. IMiss .Ray is the accomplished
daughter of IMr. Walter Ray, the
Martel lumberman and capital!st.
'Dr. and IMrs. H. 'F. Watt arevmov-j
ing today into' their new home m
Lin wood suburb. ;
IMrs- iMary Bogie and her v son
Frank shave returned from their, visit
to Charleston. x
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CMrs. D. T. Jeff coat and her. pretty
little daughter -are visiting IMp.
Jeffcoat's -mother at Plant City.;
tMiami Metrooolis: A lively meet-
ing
of Southern Cross chapter, TJ.D.
C., was held Saturday, afternoon at
the home of IMiss Alice. Sanders.
Ms R. B. JMcLendon and IMiss Sue
Pope were chosen as delegates to the
Kissimmee convention, 'Nov. 4 th. It
was decided to appoint Sister Esther
Carlotta, state president, representa
tive to the general convention in Sa
vannah ?for the local chapter, 'with
Mrs. iMoLendon, ,Miss Mildred Tay
lor and 'Miss Pone as alternate-
When the question of instructing the
delegates for state president came up
for discussion it was decided to leave
the matter open, though a majority
of Southern Cross chapter heartily
endorse Sister Carlotta for president.
Orlando iReporter: A message re
ceived Saturday -from IMiss Emma
Gray, dated from J neau, Alaska, on
September 29, states that she ex
pects to start homeward this week,
planning to make a short visit to
relatives in Columbia, IMo., and to
arrive in .Nashville Oct. 31. She
.writes that she has improved, won
derfully and that Juneau has proven
the 'best place to rest she has known.
iMrs. Gray, 'who has .been visiting
Rev. and. (Mrs. Campbell Gray at
Rhlnelander, Wis., expected to reach
Xashville by this time, the Bishop
and -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gray hav
ing already moved into the recently
completed home there where Miss

'Emma will join them. t

ELECTRIC ROAD FROM
OCALA TO EUSTIS

POSSIIJILITV OF A XOXG-FELT
WAXT BE1XG FILLED
(Mr. D. L. McDonald of Fruitland
Park was in the city today transact transacting
ing transacting important business. iMr. Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald is a new resident coming to
Fruitland Park from Pennsylvania a
few months ago. .He is a railroad
builder and is now deeply Interested
in the organization of a company to
(build an electric1 railroad -f rom this
city to Eustis. Should 'he succeed in
(this venture it will be up to the peo people
ple people of Volusia county to connect
somewhere on the line, thereby giv giving
ing giving a long needed electric system
through the most thrifty and (pop (populous
ulous (populous districts in the interior of the
state.
BAND CONCERT
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Following is the Program, Beginning
at 8:30 Tomorrow Evening
iMarch, selected.
iLet Us Have Peace -SErn est IBalL
"Where the River Shannon (Flows
Jas. J. .Russell. : ''
Two 'Hymns, selected.
Dream Girl Waltzes -Harlem.
O, How Delightful (medley) El
X. Catlin. ;
'The Teddy Bear's Picnic John
W. Bratton. '. ;
Front Section ; ( march )
Meetfng of Chautauqua Subscribers
' TONIGHT
There will he another and last at attempt
tempt attempt made to have a majority of
the subscribers to the Ocala Chau Chau-tauqua
tauqua Chau-tauqua meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight
at the Board f, Trade room. Uet all
wrho s:igned the agreement to raise
the funds and support the Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua be on hand or have some one
represent them hy proxy as 5 it is very
important.
NEW EASTERN STAR CHAITEK
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. lE. S.,
left this afternoon for Leesburg,
where a chapter will he iVrstituted
and this chapter will exemplify the
work. Those going were iMrs. Jake
Brown, Mr. C. E. Connor, CMr. and
Mrs. C. E. Simmons,' Mr. and -Mrs.
.R. El Yonge, Mr.; and iMrs. A." E.
Burnett, ". tMrs. SH. ''A. Kramer, iMrs.
(B. C. Webb, BIrs. F W. .Cook, lilrs.
L. E. Yonce, .Mrs. H. S. Wesson, iMiste
Erin Yonge, -Mrs. B. H. Xorris, Qlrs.
F. G. B. Weihe and Miss (Ellie'Tre (Ellie'Tre-mere.
mere. (Ellie'Tre-mere. Qlpst of ithe party werit by
auto and will -return tonight. A
small crowd will go over -from Wild Wild-wood.
wood. Wild-wood. 4
MR. ANTHONY'S FUNERAIj
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(The funeral of .Mr. S. P. Anthony
pt Anthony Wednesday twas largely
attended, nn any going f rcW Ocala,
and a still larger number heing-'pres-Int
tf rom Yl neighborhood. The
floral tokehfom both places were
abundant and beautiful. The pall
bearers were $Jfgsrs. D. S. Williams,
Jules Cohen, G. K. tRobinson, B.
Ciarksonand G. T. (Maughs.
will be a call meetiirg of
There
the .U. D. C. Friday afternoon at
3:30 oclock at the residence of .Mrs.
J.. T. Lancaster on Fort King avenue.
All member's are' urged to he- present
officers for the
as the election of
coming year wiill take place.
CMrs. J. C. Caldwell, v
Recording Secretary.
POXV BUGGY WANTED
Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or (buggy; Must he in good condi

tion and quite a light one. Apply at(llo.me 0f ir3. j, t. tHames.

Star office. 10-15-4f
Dr. AV. V. "Newsom of Ocala, one

of the most prominent physicians in meetins; in the absence of the presl presl-Marion
Marion presl-Marion county, is spending-a few denti lM.re iewis Weihe and the

days in Tampa, combining business
and -pleasure. He is a guest at. the
Hillsboro. -Tampa Times.
ROSE BUSHES WANTED
j 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 plants
you .wish to give, please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. JUST RECEIVED, A BARREL OF
'NEW (FLORIDA SYRUP AT CARX CARX-THOMAS
THOMAS CARX-THOMAS CO. 10-14-2t
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and (Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t

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SIIjVEIt IEDAIj CONTEST
At the Iresb-teriaii Church this
. i Evening:
.Songy Throw Out the Life Line.
tRecitations hy.; Gertrude Smith
and Clara Curry.- "
iDuetr Light in the Gilded Parlor
by.aiiss Nan "Brooks and Claude
Smith.
Contest '
iX Tern d era nee -Boy, by Robert
Wells.
I The est Drink, by Vernell Kupp Kupp-man.
man. Kupp-man. . -.
- Recitation, hy Gladys Sarters.
f 'Dollys Xew "Dress, by 'May Alle-
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sten. -; ,; :-v-;v y.-.: 'A r ws 0, a
"MRecitation, hy Oklary Pries.
, Song, Gather Them In, by choir. :.
Duet, That Ribbon White,- toy
Pses iMary Gates and Ethel Kich-
line,
iSelection, by male quartet.
Presentation of medal.
Duet, the Drunkard's tMareh, b3'
prs. 1AI Smith and Miss Gertrude
Smith.
. Collection.
Song, A Saloonless Nation in 1920,
sby congregation.,
BEIiliEVDSW AV. C. T U.
The annual meeting of the' Belle-
view W. C. T. U. rvvas held at the
' Iy rmpmhprs and three visitOTS
were present.
-(MrSt Tanner led the devotional
firgt and secon(i vice-presidents,
(Mesdames Fielding and Bryant, 'two
out of town, and one detained at
home by sickness in the 'family,
Mrs. O. B. Sias .was chosen' chair
man.. -.
The following officers were unani unanimously
mously unanimously elected to serve for the en ensuing
suing ensuing year: President, (Mrs. W. X.
i Fielding; first vice-president,- iMrs.
M. J. Sullivan, 2nd vice president;
QIrs A s ,Xott; secretary, Mrs. J. T.
Hames; treasurer, -Mrs. R. C. Ridge;
press reporter, 3Irs. O. CM. Gale, also
musical director.
A very pleasant and harmonious
meeting. We now have fourteen paid
up members.
The delegates elected for the
state convention were: Mrs. IM. J.
Sullivan, and Mrs. W. X. Fielding;
alternates, "Mrs. O. M. Gale and iMrs.
A. S. Xott.
1 .Mrs. M. J. Sullivan.,
Retiring Secy, and Pre3S Reporter.

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and they show the efTect of unnatural suffering's of headaches, back backaches,
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bearing-down sensations
These symptoms indicate that Nature needs help. Overwork, wrong dress dressing,
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outside aid must be called upon to restore health and strength.
HDr. Pierce's Favorite Preseriptloia
The Vegetable Remedy for Womar3(I.l3 Viit relieves nervou3 exhaustion
end irritability and removes other distressing symptoms due to disturbed condi conditions
tions conditions of the delicate feminine orar.L:;; V
- For ovesp forty years It has bcn used wit!i more than satisfaction by
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In tlie Florida Vegetable Marketing
Bureau Lies the Hope of the
Agriculturist
The time is now ripe, for a change
in the system of marketing our
fruits and vegetables.
.The present system Is too waste wasteful
ful wasteful There is too, big a difference -between-
the amounts the growers re receives
ceives receives and the amount tlie consumer
pays. ;
The great question that confronts
our, people when a large crop s
made, is the proper marketing of it
so that the best results may lie ob obtained.
tained. obtained. The best service that could be
rendered our people is the adoption
of such a system that would permit
our state to produce double the
crops that we now are making and
marketing them at a fair value, both
to grower and consumer.

A fbig crop at fair sales means
prosperity to all ; a sbig crop badly
sold means a loss to the whole state.
' To enable all the state to ;be more
(prosperous the Marion County Board
of Trade decided to start a move movement
ment movement for the 'betterment of our
fruit and vegetable growers by call call-iing
iing call-iing together the railroad officials,
the express people, the iboard o f
trade, the growers, etc., and together
solve, if possible, the problem.
The outcome is the "Florida1 Vege Vegetable
table Vegetable Marketing Bureau."
The object of this bureau, is 'to or organize
ganize organize the truckers, to prepare and
pack their goods in a standard, uni uniform
form uniform pack, and' iwith proper bonded
salesmen sell our own produce.
The railroad companies are inter interested,
ested, interested, the express companies axe in interested
terested interested ,the -trucker is interested;
the president is interested, the U. S.
commissioners of agriculture are in interested,
terested, interested, Congress is interested, now
are you interested?
'Why are the above mentioned peo people
ple people interested?
Because they know that a large
crop of vegetables mishandled, like
the past one has 'been, is a dead loss.
They do know that a crop double the
size of the last crop, Tightly 'bandied,
rightly distributed, means prosperity
to the whole state. .
With tie president, the United
States secretary of agriculture, the
U. S. Congress, the Florida rail railroads,
roads, railroads, the Southern Express Com Company,
pany, Company, the fertilizer companies, the
various boards of trade and the
truckers associations all wishing to
improve the condition of our Flori Florida
da Florida trades truckers won't YOU help
us to belp ourselves?
' In another letter I twill give some

facts and figures to show bow this
move can save the farmer cold, lhard
cash, show it will get some more
money for his goods, fhow it will help
the transportation' people, the ferti fertilizer
lizer fertilizer factories, the crate makers and
the whole t state. L. S. Light,
Member Ex. Com. Florida. Vegetable
Marketing .Bureau.
Ocala ,Oct. 14, 1914. ;

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Hoard of Directors 3Iet .Wednesday
Night and Reported a Bright
Outlook
, The 'board of directors of the Mar Marion
ion Marion and Sumter Fair held a meeting
in the secretary's office Wednesday
evening. Present were William
Gist, president; G. J, Blitch, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; D. S. Williams, secretary;"" D.
H. Baker, chairman, and Jake
Brown, D. E. Mclver, H. M. .Hamp .Hampton,
ton, .Hampton, U. M. Meffert and E. C. Beuch Beuch-ler.
ler. Beuch-ler. Messrs. J. W. 'Dais and Wal Walter
ter Walter !Ray could not attend.
' All t;he directors -brought good re reports
ports reports from their respective section
and were confident that "the fair
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would be very successful.
The secretary keeps affairs in such
good shape that there was little but
routine business to attend to, and
discuss the outlook.
It was decided to grant the peti

tion of the W. C. T. U. for a rest

room.

SOME FACTS FOR
GROWERS TO CONSIDER
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Vegetable growers,-bere are some
facts for you to 'look aL Study them
and if they appeal to your good
judgment, join the Florida Vegetab Vegetable
le Vegetable Marketing Burea. 0
I have been' shipping yegetables
since 1878, Am of average intelli

gence, attend strictly to my own bus business,
iness, business, am my own boss, ship as I
please and am disappointed with re results
sults results and want a change j
The following comparisons will
tell you why I want to change my
way pf shipping vegetables.
Ten years ago the Kansas wheat
grower had a ibroker to sell bis
wheat at an expense of from 8 cents
to 10 cents per bushel. Now his sell selling
ing selling organization is gelling his wheat
at 2 cents a bushel, saving thereby
from 6 cents to 10 cents on each
bushel. He has cut out the expense
of the middleman. I want to cat
him out, too. Don't you?
last year, the California Citrus
Exchange sold their goods at a cost
to the grower of 44 cents a crate,
plus l1 cents for crate advertising,
totaling o cents a crate. The av average
erage average gross sales was $2.61 thereby
saving to the grower about 20 cents
a crate were the usual commission
charges charged. ; t
The California exchange in over overcharges
charges overcharges and breakage handed back
to the grower nearly $500,000. In
some shipments I made there were
overcharges, etc. I 'have been trying
for about ninety days to collect the
same. It is almost impossible for
the individual to collect their over overcharges.
charges. overcharges. It is not for an organized
claim agency to collect these. Very
few individuals ever try to collect
overcharges.
Now compare shipping results:
I shipped the last season $2,600

(sales) of vegetables. The freight
charges, the commission, the cost of
picking and -getting to the depot con consumed
sumed consumed all of the '$ 2 6 0 0 ibu t $ 170
$ 1 7 0 for interest onmy investments,
taxes, and my individal labor for
eight months means 'that I must do
better, or bankrupt, or quit. This
is the story of hundreds.
With me there must be a change
or I quit the ibusiness.
;: uLook at this; ("-f
il shipped with my neighbors 120
crates of tbeans received in return

one half of a ".. jent a crate, 60 cents,
for 120 crates ; ; at the same time;

same" picking I 'hid beans bring me

$.1 per crate. I had cantaloupes to
sell in a fuM market bring me 2 3
cents a crate, in a bad market same

class of goods at same time -brought
me 1 $ 1.'26" per crate.' I iiad tomatoes
in a full market bring me 7 cents a

crate, in a bad market $1, per crate.

There is a demand tor a- crop

double the size or last year s crop
rightly distributed Individually, it
is impossible to ship rightly, because

of the inability of the shipper to
know the market 'and amount in
transit. Organized shipments can

get this information.

' The reinedy?. ;
:Do as the Kansas iiheat grower,
the California Citrus Exchange, the
Florida Citrus Exchange organize
and sell collectively.
The Florida Ci trus Exchange bas
over 100 salesmen, 'bonded, em employed
ployed employed by the year to sell its goods.
Arrangements can be made with the
exchange to have these men sell our
goods, thereby giving them longer
service, and lessening the cost for
ourselves.-. . --';v ;
A uniform package, uniform pack,
unexcelled good goods, a iwide-wake
marketing bureau, bonded salesmen
at a less cost than commission sales,

goods properly distributed, 'will
mean bigger profits to the individual
grower, prosperity to the transport transporters,
ers, transporters, less bad sales to the fertilizer
people, more goods sold by the mer merchants
chants merchants -'good times for all of us.
iLet us get ibusy! X.. S. Light.
Member Ex. Com. Florida Vegetable
, Marketing iBureau.
Ocala, Oct. 14, 1914.

WANT TO CRUSH
SERVIA AT ONCE

London, Oct. 15.- A dispatch from
Xish says that acting on instruc instructions
tions instructions from the German general stair
Austria has concentrated on tin;
ban kg of the Drina the greatest army
yet sent against Servia In a final and
supreme effort to crush that coun country.
try. country. iFierce outpost skirmishes al already
ready already bave been reported and a big
battle is said to be imminent.

JOIT FOR JACK JOHNSON

London, Oct. 15. -"You and your
motorcars take altogether too much
room; there are others in iLondon
besides you," a police (magistrate
told Jack Johnson yesterday in im imposing
posing imposing another fine on the negro for
obstructing the street. Johnson pro protested
tested protested he could not prevent people
looking at him,- (but the (magistrate
fined him $ 10 and significantly sug suggested
gested suggested that he had better not repeat
the offense.

AUTOMOBILES

Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-3 Otd

Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with5 cash -purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. St

South. Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

you -will find a suit of our making
retains Its shape.' That's because It
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suit for a trial. You'll not alone be
better dressed than ever before, but
you'll stay that way. For our suits
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Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am preijared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. .Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
guaranteed.
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.

A.

BOBBITT,

14 FORT KING AVENUE

LIST OF NAMES STRICKEN
FROM REGISTRATION BOOKS

Precinct No. 1.
Adams, Chandler; Adams, iHenry;
Avery, M. J.; Armstead, J.; Ausley,

JE. S.; Anderson, iWm.; Adams, G.

jC; Albert, George; Anthony, E. C;
! Armstrong, Wm.; Avert, Jesse' F.;
jAyer, Jos. A.

(Badger Frank; Banks, E. L,. J.;
Beck, E. A.; Bell, Rich A.; Beavers,
Jos. I; (Bitting, Percy; Braddock,
Alex; Brisley, Jeff; Brooks, ;R. CM.;
Brown, Jonas; Brown, Jack; (But (Buttress,
tress, (Buttress, G. W.; Bailey, Charley; 'Bax

ter. D. iM.; Bell, R. B.;. Bell; Ernest;

Biermann, J. J.; Blair, J. -W.; Bris

ley, Willie; Brooks, J. B.; Brown, W.
J.; Brawn, Joseph; Buin, R. G.

Caldwell, R. A.; Campbell, OLaw-

I Wilbur Smith Co.

ner, S.; Sayerp, John; Scott, Cyrus;
Selings, Frank; Smith, EzekJel;
Spegn, E. J.; Stowe, C. IB.; Sullivan,
J. E. ; Smith, lA. L.; Smith, Fair;
Sampson, Joseph -H.; Sanders, JJon JJon-nie;
nie; JJon-nie; Sims, Vannie; Simpson, Joe;
Scriven, Horatio; Smith, James;
Smith, Bender; Spragin, Steve;
Stone, Fred; Sturgis, H.; Spencer,
Edwin, Jr.; Smith, J. M.; Simon, Ed.

D. ;
Taylor. J. T.; Thaggard, R. .C;
Thomas, 'Henry; Tillis, Dan; Taner,
Wm.; Taylor, G. F.; Thomas, Henry;
Terry, G. S. ; Tillis, W. 01.; Tobin,
E. B. . r
Ulmer, Wm. ;

Vancannon, Wnf.; Vance, Albert,
E.
Waiters, George; Weber, J.' F.;
Wasliingtcn, Geo. L.;. Washington,
(Frank; Weston, J. W.; AVhitaker,

James; Wilkerson, Sye; Williams, J:

rence; Campbell,' Richard; Chalker,

V. A. ; Charles, Geo. W.; Calhoun, jF.; Walker, E. Zannie ; Weston, St.

Elmpre; Washington, Claud; Wha Wha-ley,
ley, Wha-ley, E. S.; Whilden, N. N.; W'hite,
Davis; Wilkerson, 'Bradley; -Wil

liams, 'Decatur; Williams, C. D.;

H. C; Coker, Moses; Coon, R. iM.;

Chandler, Garfield; Clark, D. W., Jr.;
Clayton; J. X.; Campbell, Henry;
Campbell, Daniel; Carter, Thos. E,;

Charles, Edward; Chitty, H. F.; Col-i Williams, Sylvester; Williams,- Dav

id J.; Wilson, Robt.; Wilson,, Ettis
C; Woodruff, Edward; Workman, J.
H.; Willis, J. H. ; AVilliams, 1. L.;
Williams, Joe; Williams, Jonn J.;
Wilson, James; Written, R. A.; Wood Woodson,
son, Woodson, Ed.; Wright, Geo. H.
Young, C. H.; Yonge, Walter S.
C; Young, J. A.
Whaley, J. iR.; Wister, R. A.;
Wing, Asa, 01.
Precinct No. S

Colden, Shad; Johnson, Beaure Beauregard;
gard; Beauregard; 'Robinson, J.
Precinct No. 3
Behn, I. W.; Calvin, Chas.; Gei Gei-ppr
ppr Gei-ppr in. ,T: Hainfs. Eliiah: Elvers. R. :

work Siven our Personal Fatio, Tnos. H.; Ford, Geo. H.; li0'rriSf Joshua; Olathews, iH. G.;
attention and guaranteed I fully. ? Fox, C. O.; Flemming, P. F.; Foster, Richards, Walker; Sullivan, Calvin;

v : x awara; oxwortn, ja. Vaughn, .B. F.; Wilkerson, W A.;

ii v. uKiawana Avenue. o uates,,. w.; lieiger, juc;

Gibson, Percy; Gilman, Henry; Glos-

OCALA, FLORIDA. X ter, Handy; Goodwin, W. J.; Gra-

nam,, w. J. ; ureen, .fincKney; ura

E. C. S3IITH, 3Igri.
Funeral Directors
. AND

I Licensed Embamers

Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 04.

man, Jos.; Collins, S. CL; Cox, T. W.;

Clark, John; Clark, B. H.; Clayton,
B. Leroy; Clifton, W. J.; Cook, O.
I.; Cooper, H. F.; Crews, D. E.;

Cvrus. Charles: Coleman. James;

J Cookley, Wm.; Coward, Archie;
h Cromartie, John D.
jt Davenport, Wra.; iavis, Tarns .;
X Dean, O. .G.; Douglass, Anthony;
Durand, R. L.; DeCamp, Elmer;

Davis, J. E.; Dean, J. W.; Deasm,
Everitt; Deubel, T. W.; Davis, E. W.
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) 1 'ii.awaras, junn ir.; iCiUiwarus, 'xaei-

man; HiiierDy, A'jex; .ans, w.;
Edwards, H. W.; Elkin, J. M;;,Eld-

dX-XK fin, Joseph; Grimes, Will; Glass,

Gibson, John; Giles, W. iH.; Gillen,

P. H.; Gold wine, Andrew; Granam,

, Sydney; Green, Wil Wil-Goreton,
Goreton, Wil-Goreton, Cephas;

Gadson, iHarrjr; Gollman, -iRooert.

Hadley, Anderson; Hall, Henry

H.; iHaskew, iFrank I.; IHaycraft, C

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UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

fine Caskets and Burial Robes. few-.WiH d?: VJ?X i t n-
jW. A. ;Holhle, '1. ol.; Hougn, J. u.,

James, oaichard; Lee, T. E. ; Olead Olead-ows,
ows, Olead-ows, E. B. ; Oleadows, E. D. ; Nor Norman,
man, Norman, D. F; Parrish, J. J. ; tReeves,
R. 01.; Strickland, A. L..; Tugger Tugger-son,
son, Tugger-son, Luther; Beal, E. J. ; Chapman,

iR. S.; IHooker, G. iW.; Huxford, C;
James, E. W. ; James, John ; Laf Laf-ferty,
ferty, Laf-ferty, C. W.; Iorgan, John L.;

Olangum, L. E. .

Precinct No. 28
Buser, A. 01.; Culpepper, J. G.;
Farnbach, W. II'. ; Goodwin, A. N. ;

Lawrence, J. T.; (Lucius, Wm.; Prit-

chett, JVI. tB.; Smith, Fred; White, H.
iR. L. ; Ward ,. T. :F. ; Waters, J. S. ;

Caulding, C- IL.; 'Lodero, John; Wrardf

James; Waters, J. J. 1
Precinct No. 29
; (Hodge, Stephen; Kendfick Char Charlie;
lie; Charlie; Lewis, T. OL; (Richardson, ;S. T.;
Speights, Jt. G.; Thompson, Firank.
Precinct No. SO
Barnes, June; Chambers, Chas.;
Dorsey, Sim; Graton, Christopher;

'Hersey, 01. IS. ; Jacobs, Jas. ; Lip

scomb, Chas.; Nelson, J. A.; Page,

H. W.; Reese; Jim; Robinson, iRobt.;

Stevenson, S. iR.; Bardin, G. W.;

Hooper, Daniel; "Robinson, 'Willis;
Precinct Nol 32 v
Adams, J. E.; Dunn, If. SR.; 'Hogan,
J. F.; Jones, L. J.; Olurray, Wesley;
Wihittington, R. L.; Dunning, J. S.
.Notice is herefby given ithat the
board of4 county commissioners will
meet on the 24th' of October, pext,
for it he purpose ; of hearing any one
;whose name ihas been erroneously
stricken from the registration books
of this county, and wish to "have
name restored to the registration
books:-: :..'.;:".'
This Octob er 14th, 1914.
P. H. Nugent, C. Carmlchael,
Caerk. v 1 Chairman.
By 01. E. Goddard, D. C.

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Shipping of Freight,
Furai ture, Pianos
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the Best,

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IN VESICATE.

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D. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS Hall, Harry; Hector, Joseph; )Hol-

Funeral Directors land, Henry; Hadley, Sam (H.; Hall,

All Work Done by Licensed Em

PHONES. Johnson. Fred; Jones,. Jno. W.;

D. E. 3IcIVER 104 Jones. S. J. : Joyner Willie H. ;

C. V. ROBERTS... .305 June. S. N. : Jones. 01. D.; Jackson,

Undertaking Office 47 Harry; Jefferson, Frank: -Johnson,

C. L.; Jones, Thos.; Jones, cvichoias

G.; Jones, Tom; June, J. W.; John

son, Willie; Jones, James E

Kellum, Sam; King, A. V.; Kirk-

land. J. I.; Knox, Elijah; Kolster,

H. A.; Kelley, David -L..; Ivinsey,

Williams, H. W.; White,' Jas. 01.;

Williams, G. C; Wbitesides, T. P.
Precinct No. 4,.
' CBlackTnan, W. L.; Brj'ant, Aaron;

Hamilton, Jas.; Butler, John; Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, Ofack.
Precinct No. 5
Balis, John; Freeman, Jonn Rol Rollins,
lins, Rollins, A.; Tilly, Felix; MBell, King;
Roth well, L. C. ; Thompson, 'Leon;
ard.
Precinct No. 6
Adams, W. J.; Braswell, H. S.;
Guess, F. H.; 'Holloway, J. G.; sRay sRay-burn,
burn, sRay-burn, E. V.; Akin, T. J.; Bell, John;

Gilbert, J. E.; ROss, "F. L.
Precinct No. 7
OBellamy, Geo. ; Foxworth, OL OL ;
Hadsock. Wm.: Johns, W. IR.; Lewis,

T. C. John: iPatterson. Sol: Washington.

Ixlar, Albert; Jackson, Sam E.; -d.

Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN

DIES at IvREGER'S. 10-5

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box
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OCALA FRATERMAL ORDERS

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AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High CIas re retail
tail retail bar. and Mail Orderf House, I can give you the b:;;t tL: ro

sa xrA miifii as flnv on else' in 'business for your money. Seven

teen years in the business has taught me what the public v.
and I am supplying that want ;
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MARIQN-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Olarion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice. notice.-Baxter
Baxter notice.-Baxter Carn, W. 01.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

ORDER OF EASTERN STARV

Good Old 65' Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per. gallon.. $JQ

Good Old SO Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in ju;:
at per gallon.'. ('p n ..

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at. per

gallon .

$1 .75

Remember that we vill fill
any order you send us nnd
meet the price of iiy other
legit'mate house.

J, E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Precinct No. 8 Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,

iBlackman, R. L. ; Felder, W.. T.; meets at Yonge's hall the second and
Oiiller, Uohn; Richiston, J. iF.; Sim- fourth -Thursday evenings of each

mons, F. H.; Butler, J. iH.; Swearin- month at 730 o'clock.

Located in Ocala, Fia., Expert worn I James; Knight, H. L.; Knox, Stan

suaranteea. neierences given. I Ipv

distributor

W. W. Kimball Co.; Ocala.

gen, J3. F.
Precinct No. 9
Oliller. J. 01. ; Pratt, NT. OF.; Swart Swart-out,
out, Swart-out, A. R.
' Precinct No. 10

Bryant, A. C; Chalker, J. B.;

Mrs. Flora Brown, W. 01.
Oliss Florrie Condon, Secy.!
ODD FELLOWS

Evans, Rich; Fort, Joslah .W.r Mills, meetg m Yonges Hall every Tuesday
A. L.; Chalker, J. .; Smith, S. A., evenins at 8 o'clock. A warm wel-

Ladson, O. W.;. Lann, Jasper;

Leavengood, W. .; Leacht, David

I.; Lee, Jos. iH.; Lemons, Garfield

J.; Lightover, Eugene; Livingston,

A. W.; Lemon. Willie C; (Livingston,

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T. 01. ; Lambright, WTim.; Leavengood,

J Harry E.; Leacht, J. S.; Lee, iHenry;

JLeonard, Sam; LIndsey, Lervey;
I Lilly G. L.; Long, J. J.; Lenon, Geo.;

v jLong, ,v. j.

Olack, 'Field; 01arshall, J. E.;

J Marshall, Will; Oloseley, James;

c uMatnews, ward; Mann, F. J.; Olar-
shall, J. C; Olosley, Sam; Olathews,
Miles; Olaxwell, Ceal; Olaynard, Sea-

. Dorn; Michael, A. OL J.; Olills, T. H.;
J Mitchell, Wm.; (Morrison, Nelson;
Muncaster, R. C; Olurray. Isaac:

. Myers, Amos; Olention, T. H.; Olills,

. -liuwi v. x .uitnaea, Jrean;
Mickens, John T.; Mitchell, Will;
f Olitchell, Dan W.; Oilseley. Robt.:

Murray, Henry; Mustin, Frank R.:

- Olayer, W. A.; Olartin, Sam H.;

Ofoony, J. A.

AH DnfifiFf C OIcAhster, (Nance; OlcCloud, Au-
U O It 11 LI 1 1 0 gustus; OlcCormick, Abraham; 01 c-
&imwwimw cormack. W. L.: OlcCremmon A n-

Has .moved his General Merchandise McQueen, A. W.; OlcCarey, SRobt.;

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PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order "will have

Immediate Attention.
jj. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

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come always extended to visiting

brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNlGHTS OF PYTHIAS

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Stock from Main Street, next door JtIrcCor?laS,k' J5ranr IcCormack, RlchaVdson, J. 6.; Scanes, P A:
Wm.; McGray, Zack; OIcQueen, Geo.; VarW TTn X- aVo t
to the City Mraket to the new McCranie, J. J. f p2clt 6s

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St. Georges Slock,

Roberts, Geo.; Young, J. D.;

Sc halter, John.
Precinct No. 12
' Frank, W. T.; ; Hammond, O. S.;
Franik, Herman.
Precinct No. 13
ATHcrtTi A V Trxf?&. ITT: R

rcri iRMmn! PaHn?. T). J I Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

itw T tr?. Ron fTuHs 'W Bon: held every Olonday at 7 : 30 p. m., at

C. 'H.V Frances, W. H.; Prehn, G. L. Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

Piwlnrt o IS ; jrugsiore-s a coraiai welcome xu vis

w ... . . .m TTT 1 n

Pnnrlv W T iiung Droioers. v m. uooer, v. v-.

TrM-nnt n 17 I Vua. xv.. oagc, xv. ui xv. o.

askin, J. C; Butler, Allen;

u-iincn, vvm.; oranaon, j. u, xas- woomtKN OF THE WORLD

Kin, J. uj.; 'UurKe, t; winer, j. t

1-recinci io. x Tnrt Tfns.- Pamn Nn U mflta at

Holmes, jRtahard ; Price, John W. ; the K of p Hall at 8 p mf every
Precinct NO. 20 ennrl xrr fmirth PHf?v Vfsltin?

iuarnara, j. A.,.iavis, v., ixaorn, i RnvrlB'Tis &r alwavs welcome.

josepn iri.; rvincaae, nm; uicuur- s F J -Burden C C

ney; its.; i nomas, '.NOOie; iiixcn. liuy Chas. K. Saee. Clerk. Ad

v.; xiuggins, j. j.; ..Mitcneii, rnos

Precinct No. 21

Abshier, W. F.; Dudley, OL A. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

l-recinct JNo. 22 Om1 :T?a ICa fiftft. L. O. AT..

Burgess. J. P.; Bradley. T. G. :

Conch, Jonas; Grant, Jason; Bate- visfHnc hrothpm nlwnvs wplmmft jo

4 amein' LU'; lHolloway- the lodge and club house on Mag-

. v : v J, v., nona street, near posiomoc.

J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

Olake 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. ;

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DEtIE .FLYER' TlXm LIMITED"
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LEIITED

Pullman cars trom Chicago, St, -Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, an
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AIH) OS3ERVATIO: CAR5
VIA

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE COUTH

.Nelson, Ephriam; Nelson, C. L.;

Nixon, T. J.; Ne?son, Wm.; Nix, C.

G.; 'Nolens, Mims.

Oats. Bisbee; Owens. Edward:

where he Is now located in the Owens, John.

K ;i rr 1 A Mil. i-k -v- m

handsom new Corner Store. Mas- Packerson. Isaiah: Palmer. Abe: Mt n t A ; "T" each month. Ueo. l.. i a j ior. r .v.

' I -i-awv -JI Aba Al CWriM. 111! I JMOITI.

nniio nnd South Roond Street. whpr Parker, Abin 01. ; Paul, Clarence

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ae will be pleased to see his friends Qeo ; .p;tersou, 01. ; Pitts, Alfred L. ;
and customers. Porter, J. A.; Mester, Jasper; Pur-

iTRST CL.1SS FA3HLY GROCERIES eiJ:Jo, iirkJS: 11'

AND COUNTRY PRODUCE ihm. Pnvtnn r PniA, s p-

Peeples, ungus; Perry, Fred; Pet

tis, (A'bram L. ; Pollard, Stephen;

IL ALEXANDER fi0:-'Jr: parker,J P-:rpurl

Reeves, Sip; 'Richards, Wise; (Rob

erts, LI L.; Robinson, John.; Robin-

trooper. iE. OL: iFoland. C. H

Lliyd, O. C; Shaw, H. .R.; (Shaw, W.

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Precinct No. 24

CONCORDLA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of

A SPECIALTY.

PRACTICAL,

nnnf nnrl TlTifl dfr son Columbus; .Roof, Preston; Ray Ray-(LtirLr
(LtirLr Ray-(LtirLr 2HiCr and UllllUer Lorf L. OL, Jr.; 'Richardson, Albur-

Carcful" 'Estimates made on all Con- tus; Richards, Henry; Hobcrts, F. D.
tract Work. Gives tmore and better 'Robinson, Olitchell; tuollins, Jule H.;

berg, Ben; Jones, J. : Kiblftr. A.

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uj., (ivFvi, v. r-.i i.iann, j. a.: i3lc-

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary-

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cortact'er la' the city.

r f or the money than any other Rush, E. I.

1 Sampson, George; Sanders, Tur-

Donald, !N. 01. ; Osborne. C. E iPolk.

J. .; Jleich.OI. A.; Schneider, C. 01. ;
Sanders, B. R.; Thomas, J.; Taylor,
J. A.; TTotter, Joe. L.; Wingate, G.
H.; Asihley, J. P.; Brown. Austin;
Cooper, WT. J.; Footman, A.; Olas Olas-ters,
ters, Olas-ters, W. T.; McPherson, C. A.;
O'JBannon, W. C; Register, S. .;
Smith, J. W.; Stanford, J. A.; Tom Tom-bertin,
bertin, Tom-bertin, T. E.; Trotter, J. (L.
Precinct No. 25
Albertson, G. V.; Cooner, C. H.;
Marshall, W. 01. ; 'Nixon, I. T.; Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, A. tft. m
Precinct No. 26
Ambrose, Sam; Bragg, 'Root. CVL;
Chapman, W. IR. H.; iHooker, J. T.;
Hartley, flE. J.; Jackson, Fate;

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 01. on the
fourth Friday In every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.
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! Medicals Surgical, -nyarcpaEL-c
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURSt 9A.M. TO 4:30 P. PHONC 533

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COME EARLY AXD AVOID THE RUSH.

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CRYSTAL FISH S OYSTER CO. l!

Crystal River, Fla.

Shippers of the famous Crystal j
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers, ?
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and

small.
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address

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Crystal River, Fla.

If You Will Take Enough of Our Ice

Saturdays to Last Over Sunday

We will thank you. Our. drivers will thank you.
And it 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.

Wacahoota, Oct. 13.--The weath- Electra, Oct. 12. The Electra

er is fair and beautiful and some of school is progressing nicely under

the farmers are (busy "making hay the supervision of aiiss -Mary Mc Mc-while
while Mc-while the sun shines." Kim.

The 01. .E. cemetery working- was iMr. O. E. Caldwell made a busi-

iwell attended and -the entire v ceme- ness ..trip to the Brick City Tuesday.

(tery and church yard nicely cleaned ,Mr. G. W. Brant carried a load of

off last Thursday, and a basket din- fruit to Oca la last week.

ner served at noon. Mrs. R. A. Halford and daughter.

The Baptist cemetery working Uiiss TM, Z. Halford spent Friday

will 'be Thursday, Oct. 15. All invit-hrtth Mrs. Ella Sellers.

ed to come, bring dinner and ihelp Irs. L. D. Marsh and CUiss Fannie

with the work. Marsh spent a very enjoyable .day
Mrs Viola Barton and IMiss -Allie with iMrs. R. A. Halford.

IH ester of iWilliston, motored over Mrs. J. C. Plllans is on -the sick

last .Friday and paid a visit to aiisses Hst. Her friends hope she will ooa
Theora and ILeola Smith. TheMiss- be up again.

es -smith accompamea ftnem to wii- A series of meetings will start the
liston for a visit to IMiss .'Hester and fourth Sunday of October at the

Mrs. R. C. Epperson. v Harmony Baptist church -of Electa.
.Mr. and Mrsis J. W. Bradley and y : :
daughter, Lucille, were shopping in TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
Willistcm Saturday afternoon.

mt. v. i. xayior ana uvir.- j. iv. por rent, two S-room, 2-story

Harrison, of Flemington, were In houses on North Magnolia street,
our midst Friday. ; near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
$Ir. and Mrs. George Gibbons, of -lights, water and -other modern con con-Archer,
Archer, con-Archer, pased thru here Saturday veniences. Apply at this office. 13-tf
enroute to tMicanopy, where they
will visit relatives. ? HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE
IRev. Henderspn, of fMi canopy, ". CURED'
preached an excellent sermon at Many recoveries from lung troubl troubl-the
the troubl-the M. E. church here Sunday morn- es are due to Or. Bell's Pine-Taring.
He was accompanied by his Honey. It strengthens the lungs,
wife and three children. checks the cough and gives relief at
rrv .i ir n n it! i once. CNIr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N.
r. and .Mrs. C. G. -Mixon and 0 WPHe8: "I used Dr.Bell's Pine-

idaughter, (Miss Winifred Pedrick, of Tar-Honey in a case given up as

Gainesville, spent Sunday with Mrs. hopeless and it effected a complete"
C. M. Smith. They were accompan- Sre''''Get a 'bottIe of iDr- 'Bell's
Lomo hv Tr t p 3.mHh whn Pine-Tar-Honey. If your cough is
ied;home by Mrs. J. P. Smith, who dry and haoking let it trickle down
will visit relatives there for a few the throat, you will surely get relisf.
days. Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-
IMr. and'airs. Ernest Tyles and fri-.wkly
children, of Gainesville, were week
end guests of Mrs. J. F. Burton. CITi EGISTRATIOX
They brought Mrs. Elvin Bui ton and BOOKS ARE OPEN
son, J. D., home, as they had been The city registration books are
on a visit to Bfrooker and Gaines- open and those who wish to vote in
ville. the coming bond elections had -best
Mr. J. C. Curry made a business go t( the city clerk's office at the
trip to Micanopy today. city hall and see that they are prop-
erly registered. Poll taxes are paid
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR in tne county tax collector's office at
LUMBAGO the court hoiise, but the fact that you
, are correctly registered in the county
Your attacks of lumbago are not books will not entitle you U vote in
nearly so hopeless as they seem. Mfxr w,.

You can relieve them almost instant- 7" juu aiC
ly by a simple application of Sloan's registered in the ,city books.
Liniment on the back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism, vrvrToi

land yields perfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all in thru theh

sore tender muscles, limbers up the 1 Y lonr -iwio Automobile License
back and makes it feel fine. Get a and Get a Brand New Ta for

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the house against colds, sores and The 1915 automobile licenses were

swollen joints, rheumatism, neural- due Oct. 1st,. 1914. All who drive
gia, sciatica and like ailments. Your ... affo t. .f. Art
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does give almost instant relief first securing tnis license are doing

tues-thrus-fri-wkly so in open violation of the laws of

Florida. All funds derived from an

A skilled pharmacist will person- tomoblle licenses for private use go

aly care for your prescription work, Into the road fund.

if sent to Bitting & Kniarht. Phone Respectfully,

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nn7E have just added to our business, a large
and complete' line of the best -known' makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
,all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money. 1

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EIGHT

THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOEEH 15. 1914
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OCALA OCCURRENCES

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BELLEVIEW

.Masons meet tonight.

(Moose meet this evening.
Band concert Friday evening.

The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'S.
ER'S. KREG-ER'S. 10-5

air. W. A. Baxley of Istachatta is
rn the city today.

ICE CREAM, all that
implies, at KREGER'S.

the name
10-8

(Mr. Lee OdlHer of
town today.

Orlando is in

For prompt and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service, phone Gerig's,, a Tella Tellable
ble Tellable drugstore. 10-14-tf

'Mr. Raymond B. C-ulIcck i?
spending this week in Inverness on
legal business.

WEATHER REPORT

; I 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. j

Max.

R. F.
1.36

.41
.38

.45

Min.

Oct. 1. .81 67
Oct. 2 82 69
Oct. 3. . .82 67
Oct. 4.... 83 66
Oct. 5 81 67
Oct. 6 84 68

Oct. 7 ..S3 68
Oct. S .83 68
Oct. 9. ... 82 65
Oct 10. ...... .82 64
Oct. 11. ... . .84 65
Oct. 12. ... . .83 61
Oct. 13. . ... . .83 61
Oct. 14. . . . .82 65
Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Local rains tonight, cooler 'north 'northwest
west 'northwest portion; local rains Friday.

All kinds of bulbs now
Ocala Seed Store.

on sale at
10-1-lf

Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-S

New Crop -Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store.: 10-1-tf

DEIVXISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 024-tf

When you need stationery, go to
KREGER'S 9-24-tf

The Southern 'Express Co. will
4iave an "old Oioss sale" Oct. 21.

, FROZEN 'MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5

Take Rexall Salts for that tired,
sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 10-7

ttlr. J. J. Gerig has returned from
Uacksonville, where lie attended the
state meeting of tRexall druggists.

The Carn -Thomas Co. 'has about
finished preparations for' its 'meat
market and expects to open it ; tomorrow.

Our fountain service Includes per perfect
fect perfect cleanliness in every detail.
Gerlg's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7

In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality'and ab

solute purity. Gerig's. 10-7

If you trade at Gerig's you are as

sured of best service and quality, tf

3IERRY EVENING

FOR THE 3IOOSE

The Moose will 'have an elegant

turkey supper after the lodge meet

ing this evening. All members

should attend.

.Mr. iR. E. Koonce went to Lake

City Tuesday and returned Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning, bringing one J. J. Day

who last June cashed several drafts

on iMr. Koonce. (Day is in the coun

ty jail., He will have a hearing be--fore
the county judge Oct. 21.

YOUR

FALIj COLD NEEDS ATTENTION

!No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will rwear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's -New Discovery, -relief
follows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothes your cough away.
Pleasant, antlceptic and healing.

Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of

Dr. King'" New Discovery, and keep
it in the house. "Our family cough
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham
berlain, Banchester, Ohio. MMoney
back if not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-f rl-w
A PERTINENT QUESTION
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The question has (been asked "In

what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is-,
"They are more mild and -gentle in

effect and more reliable. Be sides
they Improve the appetite, cleanse

and invigorate the stomach, correct

disorders of the liver and leave the

bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, while fche oise of pills, owing

to itheir drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation." For sale by

all dealers. : Adv.

uOr. W. H. Dodge will return Nthis

evening from Dunnellon,
has "been in attendance
Suwanee 'Presbytery.

where .he
upon the

Mr.-A; iM. ILansfoid is. moving his
office today from the room '''opposite
the Harrington on S. Main street to
(his "future quarters in the Wallis
block, a few doors further down the
street.

.Mr. T. J. Barnes, one of iMarlon's
veteran farmers, who has ibeen sick
for some time at his home south of
town, is now much -better.

The Saturday Evening Post this J

week has (Burbank skinned a mile.
It has on its cover page a picture of

a pretty little girl raking chestnuts

out of oak leaves.

HAn TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
MEDICINE

(M. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,

says he 'had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache .and constipa

tion, bi t never used anything that
did blm so much good as Chamber

lain's Tablets. For sale by all
dealers. v adv.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
lost Found,- Wanted, For Sale
For Rant and Similar Local Heeds

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Ocala high school, is mak-

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iinmiiK more irienus

CMr. !H. W. Cassels, the new princi

pal of th

Ing good

every day. .'His methods are excel excellent
lent excellent and, the dreat majority of his
pupils are loufl in their praise of

him.

FOR SALE -Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Bright,' energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.

Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa;
pa; Tampa; Fla. 10-5-lit

il&Sme. the Woodman or

ganiser, who came in Tuesday for a
brief rest will 'be on the road again
today or tomorrow. 3Ir. Dame brings
in his usual optimistic report of the
progress of the Woodmen, which is
beyond doubt growing faster than
any other fraternal order in- the
country. ;

Mr. E. M, Howard bas jreturned
from a visit to his grove at Auburn Auburn-dale.
dale. Auburn-dale. He found there a company
making a soft drink syrup, which it
calls grapefruit phosphate, from the
juice of the grapefruit. (Mr. Howard

brought to Ocala some samples of

the syrup and turned it over to the

soda fountains to introduce, to their
customers. It makes a delicious

drink, better in the Star's opinion

than grapjuice. It is a ibeverage
that patriotic Floridians should drink

nd do all they can to bring into

.favor -with the tourists.

If you don't know us, as your

rnr. Gerig's, a reliable drug-

tore.

10-14-tf

OR RENT Six room

modern conveniences,
office, t

cottage, all
Apply Stir
10-S

FOR RENT A ten room house, fur

nished ; well located, close in; all

modern conveniences. Apply at

Star office. 10-3-tf

FOR SALE SALE-mobile
mobile SALE-mobile in
for cash.
fice.

-A five passenger auto auto-good
good auto-good condition ; cheap
Apply at the Star ot-10-10-12t

FOR RENT After Oct. 20, the cot cottage
tage cottage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, -will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; ibroad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
164f 10-13
POSITION WANTED A young lady
' wishes a position as clerk in store
or in office work. Will work for
small salary to begin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf

City of Oaks' Public Spirited Citizens
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Improved Its Streets
Belleview, Oct. 14. After an ab absence
sence absence of four or five .months spent
in the mountains of Georgia and
South Carolina, Mr. and Qlrs. Sam
Millican have returned tor their home
in Belleview, where they expect to
spend the iwinter months. ;
iMrs. William See See arrived -last
Saturday from Cleveland, O., where
she lias been spending the summer
months with relatives. ;
All of the many friend 3 of CVIrs.
Margaret Evans Seymbur will re rejoice
joice rejoice to know that a beautiful little
girl baby came to gladden their liome
on Thursday, Oct. 8 and that the
mother 5s doing well. : t
31 r. A. A. Bogart came in last
Thursday from Missouri, and expects
to spend the winter months with his
sister, Mrs. B. C. Ridge. : ;

tMrs. J. A. Lucius and tMiss Essie
SMcGah agin left; last Wednesday for
Wauchula, where they .will visit
with friends and relatives ? .for ? a

while. ,f;a;.

Mr. and 'Mrs. W. S. Cogswell arriv

ed last ''Monday from-thetr summer

home at Fairfield, Conn., and are

comfortaibly, settled in their 'home

place just east of the depot. This

coming practically makes the open

ing of the social season. ; y ;

'Miss tMiriam Rothschild, -who has

ben spending the summer months

wit)h frelnds at tNew Haven r Conn.,

Glenn Falls,' iN. Y., and -Montreal,

Canada, arrived over the Coast iLine

at Candler, ilast Thursday.

;Mr. SMM. (MoMnrren, one of the

U. S. government plant industry ex

perts, is stopping a "while with tMr.

E. A. Davenport, at bis -large pecan

grove. '-' ;.;'' '' ' ';'-

Rev. W; T. !Evans returned last

Ffiday from a ch-uroh convention

or conference at Daytona, stopping

over at 'Hastings on !his way back to

vis'it with ihis daughter, IMrs. F. M.

Seymour, and incidentally, to con

gratulate them -upon the arrival of
the new girl 3aby that li ad? j list ar arrived
rived arrived :''v ''-.v-.-'v'-'.'

iMiss -Eleanor Tremere went lip to
Ocala Thursday, Oct. 8th, for the
purpose of being initiated into the

-order of the 'Eastern Star. There

was a class of -seven initiated, and
among them was the venerable CoK
Henry W. (Long and wife. 1 iMr. 1xng
Is known all over the state as one of
the oldest IMasons, and one of the
members of the grand lodge of 'Ma 'Masons.;
sons.; 'Masons.; (Mr. I. I. Strong, the efficient
superintendent .of theri Ocala lron
Works, 'Mr. and (Mrs. Bixley "from
Lake Weir, and 31 r. (Burford, visitors
from different; Ibdges in .this and ad adjoining
joining adjoining counties, were there in 'force
to see that the work was weir 'done.
Mr. iH.I Ay Kramer, that .ibig : Teal
estate man of Ocala, was muchly
In evidence in the anti-room, and
while 'he Is not ) a member of : the

order, he holds the subordinate po position
sition position of "Master of the Goat,Vas it
takes (a man of his huge iphysique' to

properly .handle this unruly "and er

ratic animal, and to keep nim in a

properly subdued frame of mind, for
:hft .THYner occasion. That 'he is a

master of Ms art s testifiedf to ,by

the 'high appreciation in w"bic:h he is
held by Wll.ithe ladies. I .wa3 going
to tell you all; about, this initiation.

but I was told that this is all fpef fpef-fectly
fectly fpef-fectly secret and only revealed to
those fortunate enough to be one of
ha !lect and to have it 'irooeriy ex-

niaineia. as il was xo me.- auu tu

others at the right time and place.

iNow this is an awful secret to keep,

and it almost staggers me to think

that -a woman must know something,

and not fbe able to tell It. It is- an

awful responsibility to carry around

with you. iHowever,' if the other wo;

men members can carry the (burden

I can too'. The beautiful ceremonies

used on this occasion were? carried

out with uniform system, showing

good team work, and considerable

practice, and after the ceremonies a
feast was served in the hall, that
served to bring Into closer friendship

all who participated, and at a late
hour all adjourned to scatter to

their' different homes.

Mr. and -Mrs. I. I. Strong drove
down from Ocala last Sunday to

spend the day with Mr. and Mrs.

N. Nichols, and while here

Strong was taken ill, and was com com-pelled
pelled com-pelled to make an early return to
Ocala. During the late evening sbe
felt so badly that her mother Mrs.
Nichols, was telephoned to come to
Ocala, which she did, going up on

the morning at cleaning up the town:

At noon Uhe Belleview Workers

called them up to the town "hall and j

served one of the famous "Workers

dinners," after which the men again

repaired to jworkx and fey ?night fall

the town was as spick and span' as a

new door tug. Favorable comments

were (heard on all sides and Mayor

Hames feels justly proud of the re

sults obtained from Belleview's firtt

public street cleaning day.

IMr. C. A. Tremere repaired him

to Ocala last Tuesday noon for the

purpose of liarticipating in the Elk's
meeting and: "get together" smoker

held that night. It must have been
a grand success, judging fronVIhe
time ;he showed up on the streets

Wednesday &

, tMr. and tMrs. Delbert (Haskell

drove to Ocala last Friday, on a

little shopping trip and incidentally
for JMrs. Haskell to interview her
dentist.
DrL Thos.'K. Slaughter paid Bel Belleview
leview Belleview a delightful little nrlsit Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon, . ..
.Mr C. Ed. CarmichaeV county
commissioner and one of t'he- most
popular men in the county, stopped
over in Belleview last Tuesday morn morning
ing morning for the purpose of shaking hands
with his friends;, ;'

CASH NEEIi:i TO FIGHT

THE CITRUS CANKEII

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By the fortunate arrangement

popular, magazines for women. end

McCALL'S lAGAZINC, twelve

tern), with our own paper, unexcelled
at a special reduced club pries that -ill

wealth of .wholesome entertainment,' V
ing. up-to-the-minute" nerr?,

Tallahassee. Oct: 13. Co v. Park

Trammell has issued the following
appeal to the citizens of Florida for
further assistance in providing, funds
for carrying the campaign for the
extermination of the citrus canker
to a successful conclusion:.
VTo the Citizens of Florida: About
three weeks ago, 1 appealed to the
citizens of the citrus belt especially

to organize and give their moral and

financial support to the fight, to ex

terminate the citrus canker which

had (been found in a limited terri territory
tory territory on the lower east coast.

"The campaign for the eradication

of (this disease continues to be car

ried on and the conditions are being

rapidly improved. I am informed,"

however, that funds are badly need

ed, and for this Teason I wiLh again

o appeal to the people of the great

citrus belt to form'local associations

and raise funds to assist in I the work

of preventing a spread of this dan

gerous disease, to the citrus fruit
rees and foT the complete eradlca eradlca-ion
ion eradlca-ion of It iu the small and restricted

territory where it exists.

"It is ibelleved that if the funds

with which to carry on the cam

paign ,iare forthcoming, In a short

while every trace of the disease will

be stamped, out, otherwise the dis

ease will, spread and greatly Injure

the citrus growers.

' "Dr.1 E. W. .Berger, state nursery

inspector, at 'Gainesville, bas charge
of the situation for the state and can

furnish any information desired.

"Park Trammell, Governor-

KEYS LOST A bunch of keys,
postoffice, door and prestolight,
between courthouse and postoffice.
Finder will please return to this
office. 10-14 i

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the midnight train. At this writing
Mrs. Strong is resting much easier.
t lr. L. D. .McDonald, the promi prominent
nent prominent real estate dealer of Fruitland
Park, spent -part of last Friday in
town in company with Mr. Ar th u r
Camp, (investigating some pieces of
land that they are interested in.
A startling innovation and the
first one of its kind ever held in
Belleview was the proclamation of
Mayor John T. Hames, calling for a
street cleaning day, and designating
Thursday, Oct. 8th as the time.
About fifty public spirited citizens
turned out and worked faithfully all

On account of special elections to

be held in and for the City, of Ocala

on the 27th and 28th days of Octo-

her, .1914, aj special meeting of the

city council was held on this date at

council chamber for the 5 purpose of

revising the registration -books of

said city, and the following names,

stricken:

Ward 'No. 1. A. A. Graham, J.' E

Gates W. 'H.- iMOMahan (removed),

E JL. Howell (dead.) '

Ward ,No. 2.-TElmer Decamp

George Feltham, J. C. Gelger, Henry

F Ooeken, N. 'P. Ives,' Tl. C. Muncas

ter, J. J. aicCranie, L. M. Raysor, J

C. Raysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin

Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re

moved.) T. C.oHall, Nathan Peyser

and J. G. Sinclair (dead!)

Ward No. 3.- Jdhn B. Brown, Jim

Houston, C. T. Hodges, F. 'R. Higgins

M. Strauss. J. M. Tison and Pau

Webber (removed.) Pat Cillen, J.
W. I,yles and J. H IcClymond
(dead.)
iWard No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J,. W.
Fomby. S. iM. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. IE. Delouest and Carlos 1u
Sistrunk (dead.)
The city council will hear com complaints
plaints complaints at special meeting to be held

October 16, .191-4, at 7; SO o'clock P.
M. for the purpose of restoring names
stricken.
This the 26th day of September A.
D. 1914. H. C.' Sistrunk,
- City clerk and exefficio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf

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