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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914

NO. 246

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BRITISH WOUNDED ARRIVE AT FOLKESTONE

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FIGHTING HARD TO OBEY

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FRENCH, BRITISH AND GERMANS

FUtliDERS

STRUGGLING FEARFULLY II

Paris, Oct. 16. "Fighting under
orders reported direct from the
kaiser, to "cut a path to the coast,"
the Germans .along the -Belgian bor border
der border are battling like demons to stem
the advance of the allies.
Heavy rainstorms are drenching
the soldiers, flooding, the trenches
and turning the roads into deep
mire. Both sides are struggling to
tyring up their artillery'
' The allies seem on the defensive
all along the battle line except at the
center, where the German lines are
too strong to be taken, ."by storm.
At the east end, furious fighting
is in progress, centering around Ver Verdun.
dun. Verdun. It is .reported that the Germans
have gained a foothold on the coast

tat Blankenberghe, twelve miles north
of Ostend.

ALLIES LEFT

WING EXTENDED

CUT OFF GERMAN ADVANCE TO

THE COAST

Paris, Oct. 16. It was officially
stated this afternoon at 3 o'clock
that (the allies' left Wing now extends
from Ypres to .the coast.

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SHELLS FELL All

SWISS SOIL

PEACEA DltE BYSTANDER, A S
USUAL, SEVEKETjY
PUNISHED
Berne, Oct. 16. Du ring an artil artillery
lery artillery duel (between Germans and
French near Pfetterhausen, ten
sheila fell on Swiss soil, considera considerably
bly considerably damaging the village of Largin,
near Bpnfil. It is reported that the
Germans lost over 600 'men in the
engagement.
It is officially declared that chol cholera
era cholera now exists in -Russia, tVustria
and Servia.

MOVING 01!

METZ

EVIDENT THAT wVLLIED LEFT IS
VIGOROUSLY AGGRESSIVE
London, Oct. 16. A Central tXews
'Agency dispatch from Paris says the
French are pressing toward Metz
from two directions, and hope to lay
siege to the city within the -week.
Oletz Is surrounded by a circle of
the strongest fortresses in the Ger German
man German empire. The advance guard of
the jFrench is within twelve miles of
the outer works of iMetz.

RIf ELMS SHELLED WITHOUT
RESULT
Chalons Sur Qlarne, Oct. 16.
The Germans today continued their
bombardment of Rheims without re result.
sult. result. FIERCE FIGHTING IN THE VOS VOS-GES
GES VOS-GES MOUNTAINS
Paris, Oct. 16, 5 p. m. Furious
fighting Is reported in the mountain
passes of the 'Vosges. A 'News dis dispatch
patch dispatch from the front says the Ger Germans
mans Germans are being hurled back with severe-'losses.

WILL RESUME

II A WEEK

CULERRA SLIDE WILL NOT LONG
BLOCK "PANAMA CANAL
Washington, Oct. 16. It is au authoritatively
thoritatively authoritatively announced today that
traffic on the Panama canal, stopped
by a slide in the Culebra cut, will be
resumed in about a week;

1 THE FAR EAST

, CHILDREN AND -NON-

The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 10-2-Gt

WOMEN

COMBATANTS LEAVING
TSING TAO
Pekin, Oct. 16. It is reported
here that "all women and children
and male nonTCombatants, including
the United States consul, are leaving
Tsing Tao, the German leasehold in
China. The Japanese and British
attack continues

Dr. Wr. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office -Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

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HAVING EVERYTHING THEIR i. VANCE AND ARE PUNISHING

OWN WAY IN POLAND j THE AUSTIUANS HEAVILY

Berlin, Oct. 1 6, via- Amsterdam,
(Official) The .Russian attack hav having
ing having as its object an invasion of .East
Prussia, has 'been broken. The Ger German
man German army, consisting of eight corp3,
is before Warsaw. The Russian at attack
tack attack on the Jvangorod -Warsaw line
was repulsed with heavy losses.
The claim that Russians captured
German guns is baseless.
IMMENSE BOOTY TAKEN AT
ANTWERP
'Five thousand prisoners were tak taken
en taken by the Germans when Antwerp
was captured. Immense booty fell
into German hands, Including 500
guns, vast stores of- war (munitions
and provisions of all kinds.
FAVORABLE IN FRANCE
The progress of the German arms

continues favorable at every point

in France

Petro-grai, 02t. 16 (Official) The
Germans have been -checked in their
advance on .Warsaw and Russian
Poland. t The campaign against the

!Austirtans In Galicia and efforts to

take the. Austrian stronghold of
'Prz'einysl are meeting with con tinned
success. The fighting around the
fortifications at Przemysl is severe.
The German line was cut in two
when retiring to the line .stretching
from Lodz and Petrokow to Kielce.
Russian troops are advancing all
along the great battle line, taking
the offensive with every advantage
favoring the Russians.
WE THOUGHT THEY WERE
CHASED AWAY YESTERDAY
Vienna, Oct. 16. The demand of
:the Russian commander for the sur surrender
render surrender of Przemysl was refused, the
Aixstrians forcing the Russians back

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London, Oct. 16. (Official) The
British cruiser Hawk was .snnk by
a German submarine in the north
Sea. Three 'hundred and fifty out of
the crew of 400 were drowned.
tA mysterious ship trying' to plant
mines off the fThames river was cap cap-tured
tured cap-tured 'by iBritish (gunboats, off Good Goodwin
win Goodwin Sands.

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DESIGNATED JIY GOVERNOR
TRAiMMELL AS FAR3IERS
, AND GROWERS DAY
Tallahassee, Oct. '16. Governor
Park Trammell today issoied the fol following
lowing following address to .he people r of
Florida: J i s
To the People of Florida: The
rather widespread disturbance' in
commercial and financial conditions
which nas (been experienced since the
outbreak of the. great1 European war
has furnished he' most' forcible les lesson
son lesson taught to the present generation
that agriculture Is In fact the foun foundation
dation foundation stone of our national great greatness
ness greatness and prosperity, and that upon
the proper protection and develop development
ment development of our various agricultural In Interests
terests Interests depends the welfare of all
our people.
It '. Is proper and needful, there therefore,
fore, therefore, that, all citizens imbued with
public spirit and with regard for the
future advancement, of our state and
our country, as well as for the ma material
terial material interest of the particular sec section
tion section in which they live, should be
zealous and untiring in the rpromo rpromo-tion
tion rpromo-tion of all movements well designed
to .benefit our -varied agricultural,
horticultural and trucking indus industries.
tries. industries. Over six weeks ago, when the ef effects
fects effects of the European war first be began
gan began to be felt in the scarcity of many
ordinary commodities and In the
rapidly advancing prices of anany
articles of food, I issued an address
to the farmers of Florida and to ail
citizens of the state who own or conr
trol lands urging that they make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the planting and
cultivation of as extensive fall food

crops as circumstances would per

mit, to the end that there may be ani
abundance of such produce raised hy

our home people for home consump consumption
tion consumption and for sale in other markers.
I endeavored in that communication

; to point out the great material ad-.

vantages which would certainly ac- -crue
through such activities,
iVcry soon thereafter I again ad addressed
dressed addressed the people of Florida urg urging
ing urging that each citizen who could af afford
ford afford to do so,, .to hold, one or more
bales of cotton.
To, most successfully derive per permanent
manent permanent advantages, it Is essential
that those of our people interested in
the 'growing of cotton and those, in interested,
terested, interested, in all other agriculturar
horticultural and trucking sctivi'tfe?:;,
should get together in their respect respective
ive respective localities at an early date to din din-cuss
cuss din-cuss present and future conditions,
and to form voluntary organizations organizations-to.
to. organizations-to. push, forward all worthy and
lielpful (movements; which offer (ben-
eficial results with respect to the
planting, cultivation and marketicr
of all the 'numerous crops whichr.
combine to make Florida's agricul agricultural
tural agricultural and horticultural wealth.
fTo this end it has seemed proper
-that I might suggest a common date
for the holding of meetings in each
county of the state by all persona
Interested directly or. Indirectly in
farming, fruit growing, or trucking,
cuss present and future
, SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 101 i
as
FARMERS' AND GROWERS DAY
throughout the state of Florida; and
I respectfully and urgently request
that in each county, or where it is
deemed advisable, in each locality
the farmers and growers and citi citizens
zens citizens generally gather at convenient
nlacps"and rive careful thought and

I discussion to .ways and means of

protecting and advancing their in interests,
terests, interests, and of arousing and stimu stimulating
lating stimulating interest in all measures af affecting
fecting affecting the prosperity of their re respective
spective respective localities as well as to all
matters affecting the general wel welfare
fare welfare of the state.
Park TrammelK Governor.

PLAGUE HAS BROKEN
OUT IN PORTUGAL

Steady Stream of German Refugees
Pouring Into Spain
Madrid, Oct 16. A steady stream
of German refugees i3 arriving heo
from Portugal, where, it is reported;
plague thas broken out,

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

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T ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

TO CALL AND SELECT YOUR
FALL AND WINTER ST'TT

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

$00 Ffew IFal

styles

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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

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For which you would have to pay $20.00 to ?35.00 elsewhere than at
our shop. We make this statement knowing you will agree with us after
you SEE 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 (backed by the .largest merchant
tailoring organization In the world,employing only the very ftest union
tailors in America, with establishments throughout the United States,
doing an enormous volume of 'business, otherwise it would hardly be
possible to make the above prices. COME TO SEE rs

ENGLISH -WOOLEN MILS

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THE OCALA EVENING ST A It, rRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
RITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
til R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.f postofflce as second class matter.

the state supreme court an appeal
from the lower court's denial -of a
motion to set aside the verdict on
the ground that he was not in the
court room when it was returned.

WE ARE TOTALITY
UXPRE PAR E I FOR WAR

PIIOXE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. ...-..$5. 00
Six months, In advance. 2.50
Three months, in advance... 1.23
One month, in advance .30

(Foreign)
One year- in advance. . ... $S.00
Six months, in advance. .... 4.23
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80

DEMOCRATIC TICKET

General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
FRANK CLARK.
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
tV. A. .McRAE.
'.For Justice of Supreme Court:
TV W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
or State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL.
".For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
"For Tax Assessor:
-ALFRED AYER.
For Tax Collector:
L. COLBERT.
Tor County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
.For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
WALTER LUFFMAN.
N. A. FORT.
-S. R PYLES.
For embers of School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.

Strange to say, there is more free freedom
dom freedom of the 'press in Russia in re reporting
porting reporting and commenting on war news
uon-v than in any other country In
Europe.

be brought to this country and put

to cultivating our waste places.
Right now, we have more men than

we can find work for, but If some of

our Rockefellers and other splutes
would pay the way of the refugees to

America, settle them on farms and
advance therm cash to keep them go going
ing going until they could sustain them

selves, it would be a splendid enter

prise from the standpoints of both

business and philanthropy.

PUBLISH THEIR NAMES

most appro-

NINETEEN FOURTEEN TAXES

Inquiry into the preparedness of

the United States for war, "offensive

or defensive," by a national com

mission has been proposed in a joint

resolution introduced in Congress by

Representative Gardner of 'Massa

chusetts, who recently returned'' from

the war zone in Europe.

"I "have introduced this resolu resolution,"
tion," resolution," said iMr. Gardner, "because I
know that a public search will open
the eyes of Americans to a situation
which Is being concealed from them.
The United States is totally -unpre

pared for a war, defensive or offens-

JAfter all the fuss and cain that
has been raised, I am proud to say
that the people of iMarion county
will qay u .more taxes than they
paid last year. All assessments
have been raised '25, but the mill-

age has been -reduced? in same pro

portion. Every tax assessor in the

state was up against it harder than

he ever was before, lor he had
double work to do besides the extra

worry and anxiety.

Thes county commissioners stood

by me to a man, and 'Marion county

never had a ooard that worked hard hard-to
to hard-to reduce taxes and at the same time

provide for schools, roads and other

necessary exr They fully real realized
ized realized the ccr.iiticn ihit the long

drouth, and money matters in gene

ral, 'have i ut the fanners.

In rovn I numbers the state will

ive. against a real power. In my get 5,C 00 end the. county $14,000

opinion the effect of vast sums of
money spent by Carnegie in, his peace

oroDaganda has been to 'blind Am

ericans to the fact that our national

security from a military jpoint of

view is undermined

"(Nearly every army and navy of officer
ficer officer to wnom I have spoken tells

me the same story of inadequate se

curity. I have yet to speak to a

less than they got last rear, but the

schools will ge: much mere.

Assessments in railroads and tele

graphs were, not raised a 3 they

should -ha" 2 been.

M still believe that the state tax

commission is en absolute necessity,

.but that it will never succeed In

Qrtno HiTnT occOOcmC'l'j in nil t 1?

counties under the plan it is now

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- "'Thehu.mble homes which are be being
ing being destroyed in Europe are a much
greater loss to humanity than the
cathedral at iRheims or any other
srrftnt onontiment.

If the Germans hare annexed Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, as their official announcements
say, it is not likely that they are
, either demanding indemnity from

pie to starve.

"Judging by all we have read of
Jie iRussian Black Sea fleet, the two
German battle cruisers Goeben and
Breslau, will 'be able to give It a
tstiff tussle 'without any help from
the Turks.

Trance aas ordered from Pitts Pitts-"liUTg
"liUTg Pitts-"liUTg 5000 tons of steel with nvhich
to make "bayonets. Nobody need be
jEurpxised if cold steel finally de de-5des
5des de-5des this war. "Thre is nothing
JZke it at close quarters, and it
doesn't care whether the ammunition
-carts come up or not.

The statement of the Italian am am-Jaasaador
Jaasaador am-Jaasaador to America, that Italy
Tsrunld not go to war unless forced to
da bo oy same overt act is what may
"be described in sporting language as
at safe bet, Italy of course reserves
t2s.o right to decide what an overt
jxct is.

A. few days ago. the Associated

Prcss announced that Kaiser WI1 WI1-Trelm
Trelm WI1-Trelm liad become enraged with his
-clllef or staff. Gen. von Ioltke, and
Had given him the bounce. The
story is now pronounced untrue by
the same 'high authority. .Which
shows that the Associated Press Is
also human.

The Tampa Tribune

priately says:
Officials and Passes

The statement issued a few days

ago by the state railroad commir
f. m

sion, giving tne results ot its in inquiry
quiry inquiry into the issuance of free trans

portation. by railroad companies, did

not attract the attention throughout

the state that, its imporance de deserves.
serves. deserves. Unfortunately, the commission did
not see fit to give the names of the
officials It cited as. using railroad
passes.
The commission should have giv given
en given the names in order that the pub public
lic public might fix personal guilt upon
those indulging in' this very 'ques 'questionable
tionable 'questionable conduct.
It is true that the last legislature
passed an act intended to permit
public officials to use passes, If they
are also employes of railroads. The
force and effect of this enactment
are doubtful. There is already a
state law which prohibits the giving
or the use of passes. To begin with,
no public official should get An or
continue In the employ of a rail

road; and if he does, he should not,!
under any circumstances, accept free
transportation from that railroad, or
frcm any railroad,
Especially -should the judiciary be
free of this sort of influence. Yet,

we learn from the commission's re report,
port, report, that some of the men w:ho are
enjoying free transportation conces concessions
sions concessions from the railroads, are officials
Of our courts -one Of them a judge!
This judge represents a railroad
as a local attorney which is, In it itself,
self, itself, exceedingly bad taste -and, as

such, gets free passes 'which Is far
worse.
However honest a man may 'be, be
cannot be the same fair and 'impar 'impartial
tial 'impartial official, especially oourt official,
with railroad favors showered upon
blm,4.han he would be without them.
The next legislature should repeal
the act wbich seeks to excuse this
reprehensible practice, and make it
a serious offense fora man holding
public office to accept free transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, or any other railroad conces concession.
sion. concession. It should not only constitute
ground for impeachment or 'removal,

but should subject the offender to

In the meantime, the state rail

road commission owes it to the peo people
ple people of Florida, to make public the
names of the officials who are riding

on free passes.

single member of either committee working, -but I am sure it can be;

on naval affairs nor the committee clone unoer a oinerent sj-sxem, i

on military affairs of the House of -will finally -be adopted.

Representatives in whose judgment
I have confidence, who does not In
private make exactly the same ad

mission. Yet all these gentlemen

seem to consider it their duty to re

frain from any public statement."

air. Gardner declared with re respect
spect respect to the present European war

that his views were "not those of a

neutral."

"I am entirely convinced," said

Afred Ayer.

WEIRSDALE
Weirsdale, Oct. 15. Mr. R. L.
lEytle, who thas been on the sick list
for several days, was in Ocala Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. iXIr. Williams Alsop and visitors.

airs.- aicCarn, and son left for. Jack

sonville LVIonday. tMr. Alsop will
make an extended visit.
Qlrs.Frank 'Henderly and daugh-

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IT IS NOT AX EXPENSE, RUT IT IS ECONOMY

BUY PAINTS AND "BRIGHTEN UPM YOUR HOUSE.
THEN TOO, IT MAKES LTI'E WORTH LIVING TO
HAVE A CHEERFUL LOOKING HOUSH TO LIVE IN.
OUR PAINTS HCLH TUCK: COLOR AND LA5iI
WE SHALL HELP YOU SULECT THE COLORS THAT
MATCH" AND HARMONIZE.

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he, "that the German cause is un

holy, and moreover a menace to the Uer, iMiss Irene,

principles of democracy. But no Ocala Tuesday,

matter -whicn side wins, we must re- ,Mn Anen Cameron started

member tnat since me Degmnmg oi Canada Tuesday. He .will not

time victorious nations have proved ?one i0ng, as be went to brin

headstrong ana uign-nanaea. vve a d im ther -lba.ok tto tlie land

must begln at once to reorganize our fltlw.ers for the ,wihter.

militarj strength if we expect to be
able- to resist high-handed cases

for
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when the day of necessity comes.

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Phone 110,

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Miss 'Harriet Simpson traded

Ocala Tuesday.
iMr. H. W. Douglas visited from
Friday to Tuesday 'here with his

CARDS OF THANKS sons, J. M. and R. D. He drove from

Why should the Uake 'Region bear here to iLeesSburg and will make oth-

the expense of thanking your friends I er places before -his return borne;

for kindness to you?- If your friends IMr. and iMrs. E. Schnitzler, Miss
require public acknowledgement for Florence and iMr. and airs. R. L.

their courtesies and are not satisfied MLytle autoed to Ocala Tuesday.

with your verbal thanks, then please iMr. and Mrs. A.-H. Foss of Boston,

send the newspaper one cent a word MMass., arrived iMonday. They own

for printing the expression of yo ur property at South Lake Weir. Mr.
gratitude. If this Is considered rev- Foss is treasurer and manager of
olutionary or expensive, write put a the Central ;.Fniit Company,
card and tack it up In the postoffice, iMesrs. dl. H. and U. (F. Gano pur purer
er purer iciss and embrace your f riends on cathead a new 'Ford yesterday of the
the street. 'But Why ask the news- Ocala agency.
papers to bear the expense of setting Mr, and Mrs. (Levake of EustIsr
the type, running the press, furnish- spent itbe eek end with Mr. and
Ing the paper, and 'paying the post- iMrs. tfV R. Walling. They (were fish fish-age
age fish-age on your 'thanks?" (Excuse us ing in. the placid 'waters of -the Okla Okla-bereafter
bereafter Okla-bereafter or send onecent a -word nvaha river Saturday afternon and
along with your "card of thanks.": enjoyed the (trip very much.

Dustis iLake (Region. (Mrs. J. IR. ARman is not lmprov-

Old "Cards of Thanks" ihas got it ling from iher recent accident as

where the chicken .'got the ax. It is rapidly as ner friends could iwisu.

really strange that Florida editors Miss 'Harrell of Oklawaha is waiting

permitted themselves to be imposed on her.
upon In this particular as long as Mr. "A. IM. Leavengood and .fltmily

they did. Remember you must ac- of Palmetto, moved nere several

company your "cara or tnanks" -witn -ir.-.'ranK liyue s cuuagea.

one cent for each word if you expect air. C. J. (McCraney of iHigley was
t&me to appear in the Sun. Gaines- 'here trading Wednesday.

ville Sun:

If cold puts a stop to the opera operations
tions operations in the East "while the opera-

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tions in the West can continue,

France will share the fate of Bel

gium.- Times-Union.

(Huh! those fellows from up in

Northern (Russia will look on 's

march into Galicia or Silesia some

. "The Oones Philippine bill, which
NtleGlares the purpose of the United
States to recognize the independence

if (the islands "as soon as a stable I thing like a man from Georgia or the
rrorernment can be established I Oarolinas would regard coming to

xlire," 'has passed the iHouse by a Florida. Russia had a terrible fwin

vote of 211 to 59 It will not be ter in 1812-13, but the French did
-considered in the Senate at this ses- seem to notice any lack of fight-

on of Congress. ing spirit among the Russians.

WT'hen this, paper becomes so bard

up that it lias to charge one of its

subscribers 5 cents a line for ex

pressing thanks to friends for help
and sympathy in time of great trou

ble, it will apply for a receiver."

ROSE BUSHES WANTED

It is a beautiful idea to send to There should be onlv one ihronp

Xarope a Christmas ship with pres- in the world," says James R. Day,

of Syracuse University,

vsats for the orphans or that war war-irjm
irjm war-irjm continent. The Star would like
t ibe able to add ito the cargo at
"lieast one big, juicy Florida orange
.far each orphan. And while we are
lulling the Christmas ship, let us not
Ttsrget the American children, not a
He-or of whom look and long in vain
ctLch. Christmas for the coming of
;?njita Claus.

chancellor

"and that is the throne of God. No
man ever was great enough to rule
other men.".

speculates

on

L. 01. Frank, under sentence of

death in Atlanta for the murder in

April, lyis, of Mary Phagan, an
employe of the pencil factory of

which i.tranlt was superintendent,
has been denied a new trial bv the

Georgia supreme court. This

BUKRANK
Burbank, Oct. 14. Mr. Clarence

Chambers of Tampa is the guest of

his 'brother and family, for about

ten days. ;

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. High spent

Tuesday and Thursday in Ocala.

IMr. L. H. Langsworthy was in

Ocala Thursday.

.Miss 'Helen L. iHubbard of iPalatka

visited the home folks Saturday and

Sunday. ;
Olr. J. B. Haney is spending a few
days in Tampa. .
Olr. and M rs. John tHeavenridge
left Saturday for their new home at

iron ids, Fia. J ohn nas accepted a
position of caring for an orange
grove. Joe Milioi expects to take
care of tMr. Heavenridge's farm.

Olr. and Olrs. Wilson and two

child-en and Mr. and Olrs. Chaffee,

and daughter, spent Sunday at Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs.

Olr. Heahl and daughter were In
Ocala IMonday.
Olrs. Wilson and son, Will, spent
Tuesday in Ocala.
Olrs. E. Styles was shopping in
Ocala Tuesday.

The nurses at the Olarion County

(Hospital are planting a flower gar

den and would appreciate the gift

of rose Knittings or plants of any

kind. If you Chave any flower plants
you twish to give, please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated.

v i 'y ''''

DO,' T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES. A LIT-'
TLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME HA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN i O W AND HA VE YO UR E YES
TES TED B Y AN EXPER TV THIS EXAMINA TION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES VE VILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONZ5
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIl
YOUR EYES.9

M E; BUIMETT

RELIABLE JEWELL.

OCALA, FLORIDA

POXY BUGGY WANTED

Wanted, a second nand pony cart

or ibuggy. Olust be in good condi

tion and quite a light one. Apply at

Star office. 10-15-tf

was

TThe Times-Union

-rsiSnt a good' thing it would be for Frank's fifth attempt to obtain a re-

12re United ( States if a million of the trial by annulment of the verdict
ijiilustrious people of Belgium, who which was returned Aug. 25 last

sre rendered homeless by war, could year. He still has pending before

The very latest INITIAL STA

TIONERY AT RREGER'S. 9-24-tf

Purity in drugs Is everything, Bit

ting & Knight have only that kind.

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

the name

10-8

AUTOMOBILES

Light your automobile with elec

tric Ughts. For particulars -write

Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 1 0-7-3 Otd

Phone 14 to nave your prescrip

tion filled. Phone '.14 is Bittlng &

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 25cts or 50ets packages at one

price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar

macy. 10-2-6t

The best ice cream In town at the

Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders
specialty. 10-2-6t

TLict

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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
$ is a necessity. To supply that nc-

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the same current you are now, consuming in carbon
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.

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Furniture Repairing

I have mo.ed to the Burial.
Building on East Fort King Ae Ae-nue,
nue, Ae-nue, where I am prepared to (1j
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 ot NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.

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14 FORT KING AVENUE

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WHOM DO WE SUPPORT?

DIcod Sufferers
IVant to Ifcov;

Tte light is Turned cn to a
Subject of Darkness.

?? HAT if we should go to one of our local storekeepers and say: "Here
YAW 13 a ten-dollar bill; I want you to buy for me such-and-such an article,
made so-and-so, this color, that size, and deliver it to me at your
convenience say 30 days."
Along come3 another townsman, and another, still another, until 50 of
U3, ell living here in our community, shall have placed In the hands of the
storekeeper a sum amounting to a thousand dollars, with similar Instructions.
We would then have treated our local storekeeper with the same liberal liberality
ity liberality 8 we, who have been buying of the mall order houses, have treated these

monopolistic concerns. Ve would have then supplied him with cash capital

tiii.tcicr.i io ou wii wc orotrca ana givo nim.a Tair prorit on his deal.
Yes, we would thua enable him to take a trip to the city, buy from the
! manufacturers the articles desired, ship them to us, spend a day or two
i enjoying himself if he so-pleased, and leave him a fair percentage of profit
I over and above the cost of the articles and his expenses.
I DO WE DO THIS? YES. WE DO NOT.
j But this is exactly what we do with the mall order man In the big city.

ve send him the money in advance. He has the use of our cash for the
purchase of his merchandise. He sends us whatever he chooses and if we
do not like it we can whistle for our money.
He takes our money and buys that which we have ordered. Then he may
take a trip to Europe if he so wishes, ait at our expense.
Few of us realize that we. the people outside the big cities, furnish the
capital for the conduct of the big mall order houses. We do not stop to
think that it la our money which Is building those great structures which are
the pride of Chicago and some other cities: We do not stop to consider that
v.e are the capitalists who are supplying the sinews of war against our own
local business men.
JUST THINK OF IT DIVIDENDS OF FIFTEEN MILLIONS OF DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS PAID TO THE BIG MEN IN THE MAIL ORDER BUSINESS AS A
PROFIT EACH YEAR ON OUR MONEY.
We send the cash in advance to them. They require practically no In

vestment except for the printing or tneir catalogs and other stationery. They

1IUNITY OF AUSTRIA

IIS ARf.1V

p.

Th mere fact that 8.-.R. S., th famous
Hood .purifier, drives ci:t dlBea&e Is a,
v.-orhl's story, a topic of conversation whor whor-trcr
trcr whor-trcr ir.ca et ugct'-ier.
The- v.-ccder -whjv simply because most
TiaeUIcs zro mstificd aud put before them
i s "(V.f-corczU a." Tuc facis are tliat we
j it t:o nrjcli cttentica to risibilities' aad
rot cacusli ta real, tcnespun acco:.lSs': acco:.lSs':-i
i acco:.lSs':-i unt. S. S. S. Is c. reruedj of oar farmers farmers-It
It farmers-It Las a history that U written b
i icn'3 izlixC3 Lccause it l.as Cccotl.e vroric,
rlvrn cut deep stated disease, rcTived
put the O. II.' ar?carar:c tic-I
t "tped dov;n tlLt v.z o;t ct z-
i;et t"i t:ri?r li--d. Aa sor? spct ort
:ae skin 13 an Iwiacdlatc ccraaad fcr
I R. S. since lie llrjt principle cf tli! tli!-liscjs
liscjs tli!-liscjs renedy Is to Etrilzo cut fcr places
if trouble. This !a a phjsiolcsical fact
i cd S. S. S. 13 true U the workings ot
'CT bedj.
Get a bottle of S. ?. S. tcca;- at zr.;
:ru?rist r.nd b?gia b!ocI ,b:a!J.Ii. It r.il
Piaster any bleed disease end dc it I- :
:zy to cmptasize Its influence. -Izd 51
cu would lite definite adrlce -rrrlte Ti:
hwllt FpectSc Co., nGHwIf: Eld-. Atir.'tc
fla. Tbefr rcedlcal dpartircnt r.hfr
raost people first seek advice that fut.
thern on the straight road.

DEFEAT WILL PROBABLY BE
FOLLOWED BY DISINTE DISINTEGRATION
GRATION DISINTEGRATION (Special Dispatch by the I. N. S.)
Vienna, Sept. 30. The terrible
reverses met by Austria-Hungary
since the beginning of her war
against Servia and Russia has led to
a discussion as to the probable re result
sult result on the dual monarchy or her
final defeat in the gTeat European
war.
Austria-Hungary has lose two
great battles in which at least one one-half
half one-half of her regular army was engag

ed. The Servians have Inflicted upon
the dual monarchy a defeat which
has been followed by a rout, and 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 prisoners and numerous guns
have fallen into the Servians' hands.
The 'Russians have defeated one
wing of the Austrian army in Galicia
with the loss of 70,000 prisoners and
several hundred guns. Panic Is said
to have seized the Austrian troops in

are doing their business on the money which we, poor, deluded country 'Galicia. and the other wing of the

dwellers, send to them, when we are only cutting our own throats and help- i Austrian army In that province may
ing diminish the prestige and strength of our local tradesmen. '(before long have a similar fate.
.What would be the result if we should hand our dollars, in advance, to iAllstria's rTosition is becoming dev devour
our devour local storekeepers and give them the same chance to make profits, with- ; position is Decomm0 oe&
out Investment? What would be the effect on our community? perate
It vould mean prosperity for us all. It would mean more taxes to' be A homogeneous country, a (thoro (thoro-paid
paid (thoro-paid by cur business men. Improvements of a municipal character, better ugrly united country, which is satis satis-school
school satis-school facilities, better street lighting, better paving, etc. jfied with its government, can stand
Of course, our local storekeepers do riot expect us to do business. In this a defeat. Austria-Hungary is oinique

way. let wny Enoum we not: we ao n wun me man oraer nouses and 0 its kind. It is a state composed of

enemie's country, because they can cannot
not cannot make themselves understood,
for in Northern Galicia Polish is
spoken, In Southern Galicia tRuthen tRuthen-ian
ian tRuthen-ian and in the Boko wina iRoumanian
is the language of the people.
The army is the principal, and
nearly the only, unifying factor of
Austria-Hungary. It is the only na national
tional national institution. Austrian poets
have sung "The unity of Austria lies
in the army." A signal defeat ofsthe
army will take away fear from the
subject nations which have been
kept under Toy .terrorism. Before
long we may hear of whole regi regiments
ments regiments having thrown down their
arms and ibolied, of Slavonic bri brigades
gades brigades having marched over tD the
the Russians in a tody, of sanguin sanguinary
ary sanguinary revolutions in the Slavonic prov provinces,
inces, provinces, where the Austrian 'and Olag Olag-yar
yar Olag-yar officials may presently be hunted
down like wild beasts. Before long
AustTia-Hungary may be in extrem

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v;hen we are fooled we take our medicine because we are ashamed to let

numerous nationalities which are at

But we should do this we should give all of our business to those men I war among themselves. Government
who have made their investments In our town, who are trying to build up j is tyrannical, and is maintained in
the community, who are paying the taxes and who are helping us to Increase .power by setting nation against na na-the
the na-the value of our real estate holdings. We all know that the value of our ;tion and class against class. The rac rac-houses
houses rac-houses and lots, here In town, will be Increased as the community advances ial division of AustriawHuiigary may

in prosaeriiy, ana me oniy way Tor xne community xo aavance is Tor our dusi- jibe seen from the following table:

nes3 men to do an increased business.

WE SHOULD PATRONIZE THE MEN WHO ARE TRYING TO HELP

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

inlng of the Eustachian tube. When

his tube is inflamed you can near a

rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness Is the result, oid "unless the in

flammation can !be taken out and this

ube restored to Its normal condition,

hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh,' which is nothing tout an in

flamed condition of the -mucous sur

faces.

We will give one hundred dollais

for any case of deafness (caused by

catarrh) that cannot be cured ny

Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir

culars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,

Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,

75c. Take Hall's 'Family Pills for

constipation. adv.
CITY REGISTRATION

BOOKS REVISED

Races of Austria

OURSELVES. We all hope to advance- We all hope to become prosperous. jCermans

When we buy from the mail order house we are helping monopoly to j Czechs . .
put our storekeepers out of business. When we send a dollar to the big city, jPoIea .
Instead of spending It at home, we are depriving our children of some of IRuthenians
the opportunities for education which they are entitled to. I Slovenes .
Let us spend our dollars here at home, with the merchants who are try- !ger;bians
'Ing to keep up the schools and other local advantages which we cannot have i
for our children unless we have a prosperous community. ..(Kalians ..
Let us not forget that the mall order man does not pay any of our taxes Roumanians

In this town. The taxes are raid by the local business men. at least the .'Magyars

greater proportion, and the more business we do with them, the more taxes
they must pay.

LET US WAKE UP TO A CONSIDERATION OF OUR BEST

TEREST3.

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You who owe dues or sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions must respond!
Citizens of Ocala!
Do you want the record of your

city to

become

tarnished

? Or

shall it stand forth as the best
inland city in Florida?
IF SO, let us have immediate
FINANCIAL AID!

See

us at once.

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

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

Magyars
Roumanians
Germans
Slavoaks .
Croatians
Serbians . .
fRu themanians

. . 9,950,000
. . 6,436,000
.'. 4,968,000

. . 3;519,000
. . 1,253,000

. .. 783,000

768,000

. . 275,000

11,000

Races of Hungary

. . . . . ... 10,051,000

... 2,949,000
. 2,037,000

. . 1,968,000
. . 1,883,000

. . 1,106,000
.,. 473,000

Tlio Bettor VaH-Board
nHERE'S a better way to
build walls than by usin
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on tho
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do t.j work yourself. All the too?3
needed are hamcr and saw and al-"
most anybody can do an expert jcb.
A Eadger-Board vail can b pan pan-elled
elled pan-elled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful efiect3.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cczt
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
nTfrsrk it tr.aV a nrrrsrtnt

b wall. In winter it keeps ths heat In
2 the ce'd cut. Cfvll find tea a rtmplo
of Badger-Board and esk us about

Board of Governors Marion County Board of Trade.

Rosnia and Herzegovina

Serbs ..... ... . . 2,000,000
Austria has 30,000,000 inhabi inhabitants.
tants. inhabitants. Of these only about one one-ifchird
ifchird one-ifchird are Germans. Hungary has
about ; 22,000,000 inhabitants. Of
these nominally 10,000,000, "but in
reality only 8,000,000 are (Magyars.
Both Austria and" Hungary are ruled
by 'a majority of the people. Of the
various nationalities enumerated
only.' the Italians and Roumanians,
who together number 4,000,000 are
-non-Slavonic, while 30,000,000 are
Slavs. These are held down by" the
ruling Germans in 'Austria and. by
the 'Magj-ars in Hungary. It is diffi difficult
cult difficult for th Slavs .to combine because

they s-peak different languages and 1

b ecau so t h e go v e r n m e n t d oes its u t-

ihos;t to prevent their combining.

Fronterly Austria was supreme thru-

out Austria-Hungary, and she sup suppressed
pressed suppressed the Magyars. They "have

conquered their independence and

since then Austria and Hungary

have -become bitter enemies.

Hitherto Austria 'Hungary has

subsisted by keeping the subject

nations, the Slavs, Roumanians, and

Italians, in awe, and by keeping

them divided against themselves.
With the 'breakdown of the Austrian

army the terror of the Austrian
name will be gone. (Revolt may

spread not only among the Slavonic

provinces, but also among the Slav

onic regiments. The artificial fab fab-Tic
Tic fab-Tic of the state threatens to break
down.

The economic position of Austria-

iHungary is a most unsatisfactory

one. The people are poor and back

ward, ibecause the government is

hostile to enlightenment and to ed education.
ucation. education. An enlightened people

might become dangerous. In the

Slavonic provinces half, and more

than half of the people are unahle to
read and write. tXaturally an un

educated nation does not take "kindly

to trade and industry. The foreign

trade of Austria-Hungary is consid

erable smaller .than that of Holland

or of Belgium. The reopIe live from

hand to 'mouth, and as the Teserve of
money and food are extremely small
they are suffering acutely. Ignorant
masses who are ruled by alien Tulers
hold these rulers responsible foi
their sufferings. The retreating sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, wherever they g3, find them

selves among dissatisfied and des

perate people. Every one of the na

rionalities enumerated in the fore

going table has a language of its

wn. The German and .Magyar

trailers in Galicia will Jbe in an

On account of special elections to

be held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th and 28th days of Octo

ber, 1914, a special meeting of the

city council -was held onthis date at

council chamber for the purpose of

revising the registration ibooks of

said city, and the following names

stricken:

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

Gates, W. H., MoMahan (removed),

E .L. Howell (dead.)

Ward Xo. 2. Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry

F. Goeken, N. P. Ives, "R. C. IMuncas-

ter, J. J. McCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.

C. -Ravsor. B. E. Raysor, Edwin

Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re
moved.) T. C. Hall, Nathan Peyser
and J. Gi Sinclair (dead.)

Ward No. 3.John B. Brown, Jim

Houston, C. T. Hodges, F. R. Higgins,

M. Strauss, J. ai. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed.) 'Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. McClymond
(dead.)
; Wrard No. 4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. M.-- Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
Sistrunk (dead.)
. .The city council will hear com complaints
plaints complaints at special meeting to he held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 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 ex-oflicio supervisor

of registration of the 'ity of Ocala. tf

WOULD YOU BELIE VJ2 IT

People often accept statements wit

a sort ft

vPeople often : accept statements

with a sort of mental reservation as

much as to say, "I am not convinc

ed," which leads ns to .remark that

there is nothing that will so thor

oughly satisfy you of the excellence

of i Chamberlain s Cough -liemedy as

a personal trial. ;Mrs. John 'Fishtou,

Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in

her family for the last ten years,

says of it, 'I always give Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Cough 'Remedy to my 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 fha3 never failed

to give immediate relief." For sale

by all dealers. adv."
OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any IiOiir. Adv.

KEEP

YOUR STO3IACII AND
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

gestion, correct constipation and

have an excellent tonic effect on the

whole system pnrifyvthe -blood and

rid you of all body 'poisons thru the

bowels. Only zac. at your drug-

gists. tues-thrs-fri-w

its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
end samples
J." D.'McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA

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urns mc a l-gv;

WoiiQy-Saiflii,

5 Gals. Oil (All this wk)..C0c
1 pk I. Potatoes (All wis) COc
White House Coilee, lb...G3c
1 pk S. Potatoes (AH vtlz. .'ZZc
3 Cans Ralto. Tomatoes 25c
I lb Riimford II. PowCtr. .'2Zc
Good onions, per, pound. .4c
C pkgs Sensat'n Tobacco. ."c
10 lbs. Meal. 3c
10 lbs Grits. ...... r. . .25c
BACON, per pound lCc
15c Stuffed Olives, hot.. .ICe
15c Catsup, bottle. ..... .10c
. 15c 2-1 b Can Peas 10c
15c Cora, 2 for .25c

Extreme of Laziness,
doodles is the laziest man I knoir.
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 not?"
"He's too fcisy to pull the wire."

c'Qla'(GIiv.6rosert

Next to Rurnctt's
On Fort King Avenue

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rUE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1914

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS j
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Thought for the Day
Each dawn flings out its rosy ban banner
ner banner of light, but screens the future
from our view. What lies beyond it
is not for us to know. Across the
fiills of anticipation and m3'stery we
cannot see. 'Across the broadening
chasm we cannot reach, but all is
there in that sunshine city that
awaits a soul.
,31 rs. vr. L. Armour and little son
left for their borne at Panasoffkee

this afternoon after a ten days -visit

trt iMts. (Armour's parents, -Mr. and

Mrs. Walters.

The ladies of Belleview are to be
mmmended for their clever little

anoney-raising scheme for civic
league work. As an organization
they have published a civic league
(book whose (pages are not alone re

plete in glowing advertisements of
the thrifty and ambitious firms, hut
with cooking (receipts from nearly
all the housewives 'in that communi community
ty community and little city.
(Miss Fannie Robinson entertained
ithe tmombers of the Nullo Club at
Its Tegular weekly meeting this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 3 o'clock, assisted by her
Bister, ;Miss (Rosebud Robinson.. The
SVxur 'tables were placed about' the
large sitting room, -which was most
attractively decorated with igreat
owls of out flowers. Qliss .Robin .Robinson
son .Robinson served : her guests grapefruit
punch, and for several hours the
pleasure of the ever fascinating nullo
was enjoyed, after which a delicious
and tempting salad course was
daintily served, -Miss Rdbinson be being
ing being assisted by -her mother, .Mrs. M.
03. Robinson. The guests invited to
enjoy the afternoon -with the mem members
bers members upon this occasion were Blisses
Kathleen Jackson, Josephine Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Alice (Bullock and 'Hester and
.Clarion iDewey, ftlxs. w. .V. fNewsoni,
Jr., Mrs. .Leon IFish el, (Mrs. George

"Yancey, (Mrs. 'Etta Hood 'Robinson
rand (Mrs. Charles 'H. iLloyd. The
prizes offered for the highest cores
were dainty Iresden covered coat
hangers. The hostess was greatly as--eisted
in the entertainment of her
gnosis hy her attractive little (niece,
TMiss Iiucilo IRobinson. The after afternoon
noon afternoon was one of great pleasure.
-Mrs. en Rainey and two children
f Woodstock, Va., have arrived in
CMfcra fto join 01 r. Rainey, who
cam there early ilast summer to
snake his home. Mr. JRainey is a
irother of Mr. Stuart Rainey, of
Citra. -L:

TAlr. and Mrs. I. C. Stiles, Jr., are

home again from a vTSfy-CtgnT?

i tttUr trip to New1 fYork city. They
Wlsited imany of the noted New York

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isorxs ana wasuiugiuu wuu aiwf

-The ladies of the (Aid Society of
the Presbyterian church will hold

their monthly social Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon October 1 9-th tfrom 3:30 to
6:30, at the home of Mrs. W.- V.

Kowsom. All friends of the congre

gation are invited.

Little Virginia, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Geo. W. !Dav:is, ds much

fixator today. A -physician yesterday
lanced the sore that has been giving
her so much pain, and last night she
Siad a good sleep.

When men recognize definitely
the economic value of trained, help
in the home, then and not until then
mill the women earn her living in
the place where she is of greatest
value. In the latter nineties of the

nineteenth century a small tgroup of

'women 'put their heads together to

solve this labor question, which was

a labor market for women in the
medium of an employment agency,
with the result that the contrast be between
tween between labor in the -business world,
where certain standards have heen
worked out and the domestic fields,
where all was chaos, leaving domes domestic
tic domestic education as a woman's only
hope out. of 'bondage equal In busi business
ness business with the (man and prepared to
support her (beliefs.
Eastern Stars at Lecsburg
The institution of the Easttern

Star chapter at Leesburg last night
was a splendid success. The auto
party from Ocala chapter Teached
Leesburg about 6 p. m. and joined
those who had i gone down on the
train at the '.Magnolia hotel, where
all enjoyed a good supper.
At 8 o'clock at the Masonic hall

Mr. C. E. Con

patrtn of (Florida, called the meet

ing to order, appointed Mrs. H. A.

Kramer marshal and .Miss 'Eleanor

Tremere secretary, and proceeded to
institute the new chapter.
After the institution, Mr. Connor
requested Mrs. A. E. .'Burnett to

take the ch'alr as installing officer
and install the officers of Leesburg

chapter. Mrs. Burnett appointed
-Mrs. Kramer marshal and the (beau (beautiful
tiful (beautiful tEastern Star installation service

was most creditably put on hy these

two ladies without rituals or notes.

When the officers were in their

stations, Mr. Connor then read a let

ter from Mr. -E. I. Webster of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, grand -patron of Florida, in

which he expressed his regret of not
(being alble to he present as he had

wanted especially to .see Ocala chap chapter
ter chapter 'put on the work again.

.The officers of Ocala chapiter then

took charge and exemplified the

work 'from start to finish, 'after

which the members of Tjeesburg

chapter expressed themselves as

highly pleased.

'Mrs. III. A. Kramer of 'Ocala chap

ter, is due imuch credit in getting the
chapter at Leesburg and pus'hing
ithings through for which Leeshurg
chapter is very grateful.
After the close of the chapter the
ladies of Leesburg served several

kinds of cake and punch. The hall 1

is a nice one and the .ladies had
iplaced quite a. (profusion of lovely
flowers around.'
About 10 o'clock the Ocala crowd
returned in autos, reaching home
about 2:15 a. m. Everyhody enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the trip and appreciated tire kind kindness
ness kindness shown.

Mrs. E IX Robinson will return

home Sunday from Jacksonville,

where she went early in the week

with her husband to select a house
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and make arrangements if or moving

he flatter part of the month. Dur

ing Mrs. Robinson's absence ther

children are with their grandparents,

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. 'Robinson.

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Miss Ethel Robinson, one of the
efficient teachers in the Ocala high
school will spend the week end at
her home in Belleview. V V
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-Misses Kathleen and (Eloyse 'Henry
returned to their home at iLake Weir

tnis afternoon to spend the week
end with their parents, Ir .and Mrs.
W. H. IHenry and family.
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The friends of Mrs. iW. P. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards will regret to hear of her ill

ness in Orlando, where she is the

guest of Mrs. Stringer.

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IS THE RKASOX WHY WORK O.V
THE SCIIOOLHOUSES HAS ..
IJEEX DELAYED V;
Mr. P. D. O'Dell, who has the
contract for remodeling the second
ward primary schoolhouse and the
erection of the Xorth Ocala school
'buildings, explained to a Star re reporter
porter reporter this week that the delay in
the work on the tro buildings was
caused by 'failure to receive fthe iron,
for the work. There are a number
of large iron beams thatxhave to go
in the walls. These beams were or ordered
dered ordered over two months ago' hut a
long delay occurred before the
foundries shipped them. They have
now been on the road for some time,
having been much Jonger en route
than was anticipated, hut are expect expected
ed expected to arrive now at any time when
the work will be pushed forward
rapidly to completion. (Mr. OUell
would have had both jobs completed
ere' this, but for the delay in getting
the iron,

RAND CONCERT

Following is the Program, Beginning
at8:30 this Evening if the
Weather Permits
March, selected.
Let Us Jlave Peace lErnest Ball.
Where the River Shannon iFlows
Jas. J. Russell.
Two -Hymns, selected.
Dream Girl Waltzes Harlem.
, O, How Delightful (medley) E.
N. Catlin. f .. v
The Teddy Bear's Picnic John
W. Bratton.
Front Section (march).

AGATHERIDAX SOCIETY

The Agatheridan Society held its
first meeting for the year 1914-15,
this afternoon. After the minutes
of the' preceding meeting had been
read and approved, the following
iprogram was rendered:
Subject: Current (Events.
Song, by school.
iEssay, "The Two G ermanys"
Clayton Wicker.
Essay, 4,The Aeroplane as a Wag Wager
er Wager of War" Alfred MacKay.
(Recit'ation, "The Army Horses"

Charles iSandifer. ;
Piano solo Marie Burnett.
lEssay, "General Joffre"-rJVIvIenne
iBycleshimei
Essay, "The German Emperor"
Margaret Jackson.
Essay, "The Pan-American Era"
'John Batts.
Piano isolo Antherene Click.
Recitation, "The Drum" AValee
Edwards. '' ': . ;
'Essay, "The New ,Pope" Charles
Duval.'. . '..
After the report of the critics,
there heing no further business to
come .before the house, the society
adjourned to meet again October 23.
Sidney Harold, Secretary.

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' JUST RECEIVED, A BAiRREL OF

NDW iFJLORIDA ISYRUP AT CARX CARX-THOMAS
THOMAS CARX-THOMAS CO. 10-1 4-2 1

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2,000 BOXES OF
ORANGES
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
lo You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove,' of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, ail fenced hut no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 12,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
$5,000.
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. Savage, Jr
Iloom 5, 3Iercliants Block,
Thone 325, OCALA, FLA

Mr. John Henry jRaehn and Miss

Margaret Mathe ws, a young couple
from the southeiStem part of the
oouiity, were joined in matrimony by
County i Ju4gejSmith in his office this
uporning. Withthem, and acting ""aiS"
barman, was a friend, Mr. William

(P. Masson. The groom is a fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking young man and his hride a

very pretty girl. The iStar reporter

was privileged to witness the cere

mony. Mr. and Mrs. Raehn lef t on
the afternoon train for their home.

Miss Meta Jewet and little niece,
Miss -Margaret Jewettreturned last

night from a leHgTvislt to relativeaJ

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in Win ston-Salem NC tEnroute

home 'thfey spent one day in (Saluda
with friends. Miss Jewett will go to
Lakeland tomorrow for a few days'
visit with her brother, Mr. San San-ford
ford San-ford Jewett and family.

uir. a. Liu uure. v is.. jreariCK re

turned last night from Bronson and
M,orriston, where they have 'been

for the past week, Mr. Pedrick at

tending court sand Mrs. Pedrick vis
iting relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Tucker

have purchased the beautiful Aus

tin house on Oklawaha avenue and

are having it thoroughly renovated

preparatory to moving in next Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. This is a very desirable and
valuable property, -being one of the

most desirable homes in the city.
The person who is throwing pois poisoned
oned poisoned meat into private yards for the
purpose of killing dogs and cats is
known and being watched. It is In Indeed
deed Indeed to your interest to confess and
make amends for your crimes or
leave the city at once, for you are
most certain .to be arrested and
punished to the extent of the law.

CAMPAIGN FOR

. COMMUNITY BETTERMENT

'Beginning with the last Sunday

evening in October there 'Will ne a
community ibetterment campaign at

the East Broaway church. There

will he a series of weekend ad

dresses by men who are prominent in

the city's activities. The speakers

will he chosen from a list of names
selected by Editors Harris of the

Banner and Benjamin of the Star.

This list is to include '16 names, eight

from each of these gentlemen, he he-sides
sides he-sides the mayor of the city, the sup

erintendent of public instruction and

the president of the Florida Federa-5

tion of Women's Clubs or some one
whom she may designate. The two

editors are also included In the in invitation.
vitation. invitation. Some of the names have
'been handed in, and two of the

speakers have accepted. It is hoped

that enough men will accept this in

vitation to continue the campaign
thru1 five months, the last Sunday

evening in each month. The ad addresses
dresses addresses are particularly for the 'ben

efit of the church itself. It is ex

pected that much will be learnec

from 'these men as to the church's

obligations to the civic life of the
city Tbe speakers will be selected
without respect to their religious
proclivities. The name of the
speakers and the subjects of the ad addresses
dresses addresses will be announced later.

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TWO HOUSES FOR RENT

For rent, two S-room, 2-story

houses on North (Magnolia street.

near the Seaboard crossing. Electric

ights, water and other modern con-

veniences. lA-ppiy at xms omce. i-u

Fifteen pounds of sugar (for 1,

with cash purchases of other grocer

ies to the amount of 1, Saturday

and Monday only. Smith Grocery

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CAPITAL STOCI1 350,000.00.
.'Stale, .Connly andJCilyBecccIwory.;;-

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lost Found, Vantod, For Sale

For Rsnt and Similar local Heeds

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all

heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

WANTED Bright, energetic hoy

to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida -Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam-

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FOR RENT Six room
modern conveniences,
office.

couage, all
Apply Star
10.-8

FOR RENT iA ten room house, fur

nished; well located, close Inall
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf

FOR SALE-MA five passenger auto automobile
mobile automobile in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-1 0-1 2 1
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; hroad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
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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

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comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.

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Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
gallons. t
50e Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
make."
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans. Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Baconi in strips. .
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Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
, 'and Ground daily, fight in our own store.

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CHARLESTON
AND RETURN
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FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
V This Special Rate good on any I of the Company's
Steamers ;
August 22a to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
Mo Eo MEMSEL9
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.

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Just Received a Solid Carload of

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The Best, Most". Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur-

ea tor interior iinisning. I

For samples, prices, etc,, call or write

Contractor and luilder
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.

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Kough Dry Work Done O Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles warned
hy hand, we use soft water only.
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CHAUTAUQUA

WILL COtlUUE

A Majority of the Parties to the
Contract Decide to Carry on tlie

Enteriiie

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Last night at the Board -of Trade

rooms a meeting of a majority ?f the

signers of the Chautauqua contract

as finally secured, either in person

or by proxy, and after much discus

sion, pro and con, it was decided to

hold the Chautauqua and carry out
the contract, rather than to compro

mise the matter and settle up' the

costs of same with Dr. Waldo.

The meeting was called to order

by tMr. George aiacKay, (temporary

president, -who stated the object of

the meeting and the first matter of
consideration, namely, a permanent

organization. EMr. W. ;r.. Gary was
elected permanent J 'president ; Mr.

Jake' Brown, Vice president; Mr. J.
D. Rooney, secretary, and Mr. J. L.
Edwards, treasurer. ;

It is useless to go into the discus

sions made by the different gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen at the meeting. Several iwere
quite anxious to settle up the ex expenses
penses expenses and call it off, and a number
were enthusiastic over holding the
Chautauqua and the wishes of these
members finally prevailed and a mo motion
tion motion was made and seconded that we
(proceed "to carry out the '. contract
and 'hold the Chautauqua as orig originally
inally originally scheduled, so that now the;

Ocala Chautauqua Association is a
permanent organization and the
great literary,' musical and educa educational
tional educational treat of ten days is assured for
Ocala. -v' '--.y
Dr. Waldo made a talk and told
the gathering that he has secured a
fine line of attractions and would as assure
sure assure the gentlemen of an entertain entertainment
ment entertainment that 'they would be pfoud of
and that .would e a great drawing
feature for Ocala. He said( the event
was scheduled to commence the 10 th
of (March, but some thought it should
be a little, earlier in. the month and
he said he had in mind to shift the
route of his itinerary .in the state
and bring the Ocala date about the
fifth of the month.
The matter of holding the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua in a tent was discussed and
it was agreed that this would be the
'best from a standpoint of economy
as. well as attendance as many would
go to the tent out of the novelty of
the thing, wbo would not go to the
theater, and a motion preailed that
it .was the sense of th.e meeting that
the sessions be held in a tent, tho
final and definite arrangements

J, 'were left to the proper committee.
J The president announced that he
j would name the different commit

tees to take charge of the work in a
few days and the gentlemen will be
notified by the secretary.
The Ocala Chautauqua Association
now Ihas to get busy and arrange all
of the details of the entertainment
and dispose of enough tickets to as assure
sure assure the success of the. undertaking.
Let' every -public spirited citizen
get behind the .movement and push
and boost. It is one of the best ven ventures
tures ventures a city can make and is worth
many times over every dollar that is
put into It. Just at this time it is
particularly desirable for Ocala to
have such an entertainment. The

sta te of (Florida will see more visit visitors
ors visitors the coming (Winter than ever be before,
fore, before, and our hotels .have made ar

rangements to care for their share
of these people who came south to

esca;pe the rigors of the northern

winter. ne more attractive we

make our city and its environs the

more people wiir come to us.

ATTITUDE OF THE
FAIR ASSOCIATION

-(Steala, Tla., Oct. 15, 1914.
Editor Star: I promised you after
the meeting of the 'board of direc directors
tors directors of the Marion County Fair As Association,
sociation, Association, to make a statement of the
attitude of the management of the

association toward allowing upon the

fair grounds anything, of a nature to
develop controversy or ill feeling.
' Soon after the inception of the as association
sociation association this subject -was under dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, for it was believed that cir

cumstances' might arise when a ; der
cision must be made, and it was

then resolved that .the cnly proper
and safe policy to pursue was to ex

clude from its premises all matters

that might, create, discussions, dis

cord, friction or embarrassment
among or "to the guests of the asso association.
ciation. association. The second year an occas occasion
ion occasion arosei when -this policy was put
to the 3est, and vour view was sus sus-tained,
tained, sus-tained, and only in one slng'le in instance
stance instance has the wishes, of the man management
agement management Ibeen disregarded, and the

offending matter continued after a
request to desist.
JWe were of the opinion that there
should be one time and one occasion
during the year when all questions
bearing upon .the religious, political
or secular opinions or convictions, of
individuals or organizations should
be relegated to. the background, and
our (people unite in working for the
common good in the upbuilding of
mr section on agricultural and in industrial
dustrial industrial lines. We have no contro controversy
versy controversy with any 'person, sec or organ organization
ization organization ; this we wished to avoid ;
and, speaking for ray se9 f, I believe
that the 'best Interests of all concern concerned
ed concerned will 'be secured by following the
policy indicated. .;
' f: iRespeotf ully.,
TJavid S. Williams.

Every Mehlin Piano is the personal ambas ambassador
sador ambassador pf its makers one more strand added
to the golden rope of reputation.
It comes into your home direct
from their hands to add new
laurels to the world-wide repu reputation
tation reputation to the Mehlin family as
piano makers,

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In every portion of the Globe where
' music and civilization have reached,,
the Mehlin piano will be found spread spreading
ing spreading the reputation of its makers and
proclaiming a new ideal of inimitable
tonal excellence.

"ARTISTIC PIANOS"

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' who owns the dttcllihg -the business yroperty -that stands
In your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question Is worth considering, it Involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership in land.
In the beginnig of civilization no man owned any deflnlto zrt
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too rlc::il-
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lar spot.

THOUSANDS WERE AVOUXDED
BEFORE SEPT. THIRTEEXTII

Flood Tide of Austrian Wounded
! -Coming Back from
the Front
Geneva, Oct. 1 6. An uncensored
dispatch states that 135,000 wound wounded
ed wounded Austrian soldiers arrived at Vi Vienna
enna Vienna or passed through, up to Sep September
tember September 13th.

If you don't know us, ask your
doctor. Gerig's, a reliable drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. 10-14-tf

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.

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

When yov neet? stationery, go to
KREGEIi S. -24-tf

Our fountain sendee includes p r r-fect
fect r-fect cleanliness in every detail.
Gerig's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7

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& Boarding School for BoysChartered June 10G9

CLASSICAL AHD COLEOGiAL GOODS

S225 FOR TEH SCHOOL TlilTllS

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OIOiAWAlFA RIVER ITEMS

ANCIENT EGYPTIAN BUILDING
DISCOVERED BY EXPLORER.

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Vast Underground Edifice, Described
In Earliest Writings Extant, Re Revealed
vealed Revealed Through Explorations
Made by Scientist.
Professor Naville has just discov discovered
ered discovered what he believes to be the most
ancient building extant in Egypt. The
professor believes that he has discov discovered
ered discovered the place mentioned by Strabo,

who calls it the well, or fountain, of j
Abydos. "Below the Memnonium," j
says that ancient writer, "is a spring j
reached by passages with low vaults j
consisting of a single stone and dis-

Irvin

Silver Springs, Oof. 14, 1914
"The Oklawaha' river:

'"Where the Ting doves meet
(mates, t r
"Cooing in the cypress gates
"Of -the OklaWaha."
3Iovements of Vessels
The City of Ocala and the

D., at Silver Springs.

j The Oklawaha dredge, and the
lOresronian, at the -Hinton "Forest.

The tug Big iBill, from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Jo'hnson's Hurricane, left for

Jacksonville.

The.Noan to Palatka, then to We-

laka.

The G. A. Carmlchael left the

Blue Roads for Carmlchael and re
turned.

The freighter Sharpshooter arriv-

tineuished for their extent and mode

of construction. This spring is con- ed" Monday and Tuesday with naval

nected witn tne wile oy a canal wmcn
flows through a grove of Egyptian

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guaranteed. References given.
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thornacacial, sacred to Apollo,

The vast underground edifice, to
which the excavators first penetrated
on February 13, is termed by Its dis discoverer
coverer discoverer a reservoir, remarks the In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis News. It is some ninety
feet long by sixty feet wide and sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by a wall eighteen feet thick.
The construction of the building Is of

the cyclopean order, blocks of stone of

enormous size being piled one on top
of the other. A canal runs right

stares, and is due with another car

go Saturday.

The Silver Springs -will be launch

ed in December.

The Stenolakee and the Winona h

at Connor, not -completed yet.

The Clarie left the Tobacco Patch
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for Falatka : arrived and cleared
from -the Gem City and entered

Durst, the station of Arden, on th

Oklawaha river fork.
The Oregonian arrived and de

I parted, to .Hinton .Forest.

The Princess Irene, tug, Captain

lumbering,, and Norwalk, naval.
stores."' ".

All business along the entire riv

er in full operation on-these dates,

when the freighter passed.

And the river at several stations

on the dates were counted nine

rafts. A. A. G.

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Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, whic
penetrates quickly all in thru the

sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of Sloan's v '-Liniment lor 123
cents of any druggist and have It In
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
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Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. -Adv.

around the building under a roof sup

ported by enormous pillars of granite, lraxie Mason in command, left Con

witn a narrow stone towing pain aiong i

the sides The center of the construc construction
tion construction seems to have been a sort of is

land, reached possibly by a wooden
bridge from the pathway.
The professor states: "We have still
no certain indication of the date of Its
construction; but the style, the size
of the materials used and the com complete
plete complete absence of all ornamentation all
Indicate a very great antiquity. Up
to now the temple of the Sphinx at
Gizeh has always' been considered the
most ancient edifice in Egypt It Is
contemporary with the pyramid of
Chefren. The reservoir of Abydos, of

nor for Johnson's Hurricane wHn
tow of piling. The tug returned from
the hurricane and has hooked up to
another raft of piling which "she will
tow down to the. mouth. Still an another
other another raft of piling is waiting to be

moved by the tug, and after Captain
Mason tows this one down and out,
the tug and her captain swill go into
the rafting business up to their eyes
and port holes.
The Sharpshooter clears Tuesday
for Palatka with freight. v
The new freighter, the Helkat,
now being built at Grahamville by

will not

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A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General 'Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to iihe new

Georges SlocK,

where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Mag-nolia
nolia Mag-nolia and South Second Street, where
le will be pleased. to see his friends
and customers.
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a wholly analogous construction, but

built of very much vaster material, the 'Mills Steamboat Line,

has a character still more archaic. I be launched until spring.
should not be surprised if it were the The Hiawatha and the Okehum-
most ancient piece, of architectural ) v tst Palatka

work extant in Egypt. The pyramids The Ironclad at Dunn's Creek, the
are possibly of the same age, Jmt a j to tne mouth, the Wanderer
pyramid is only a mass of stones, and . ;
SLi iWPd a at Joran, the Lotus is at Auckland,

plan as the reservoir.

Hatched by the Sun.
In breeding goldfish, an Industry
which has flourished In China from
time '. immemorial, the eggs are re removed
moved removed from the reach of the adult
male fish and hatclied by Ihfi sun in
shallow disbts.

Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at K'REGER'S. 10-5

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Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West,

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"F AM now in business JOT myself. Conductinr: a Ch; : r
tail bar and Mail Order House. I" can give you tho best there

is, and as much as any one else in business for your

teen years in the business has taught me what the

and I am Supplying that want.
JUST A? SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PIUCi:

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

X AlaEX AN BE E

PRACTICAL,
"Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

"If we have before us the most an

cient Egyptian building which has
been preserved, it is curious that it Is
neither temple nor tomb, but a reser reservoir,
voir, reservoir, a great hydraulic piece of work.
That shows us that these ancient peo peoples
ples peoples knew very well the movement of
subterranean waters and the laws
which govern their rise and fall. It Is
quite probable that this reservoir
played some part in the cult of Osiris.
The cells along its sides are possibly
those that appear In the Book of the

Dead; it is also possible that the wa waters
ters waters were held to have curative quail quail-ties
ties quail-ties and that they were used by sick
persons who came thittier to seek a
cure. It may be that sometimes the

the Anna off Eureka ,and the Merry
Widow to Honeymoon Lodge.
At the Green Forest, Hemming Hemming-way,
way, Hemming-way, the Ruth.
The mail boat, the Harry Lee,
passes the mouth daily except Sun Sunday.'
day.' Sunday.' -.
The Osceola to Jacksonville, and
to Sanford via the mouth at Welaka.
The 'tourist river steamers and
handsome -daylight yachts go' out on
the run, the Oklawaha river tour,
on or very near the 6th of January.

Other vessels: the Launa, the
Louie ,Wrarren, the Cussie Lois, the
Isabel, ,the Oregonian, Log and the
Santa ?Maria are. in the Blue Roads,
and the U and I are at Welaka, and

Marion-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.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.;
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in YoEge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 3 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. Hi Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, .'Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Business is good along the Val Valley
ley Valley of the Oklawaha and, St. Johns.

boat of OslHa flnatpd on th waters of

the reservoir, hauled by priests on the j the houseboat at the mouth

bark of the sun, as one sees it depicted
in the tombs of king3. Journeys always
at the. end of a towline. Who would
have thought a few months ago that
thirty feet below the earth one would
be able to see a building such as this,
which surpasses In grandeur the most
colossal of cyclopean edifices?"

New York Uses Much Water.
In the whole world there are only
about 1,500,000 people. An inch of
rain on bur watershed normally would
give two gallons of water for every
man, woman and child on, the surface
of the earth. Put it another vay If
every man, woman and child on the
face of the earth should walk up to
to the lakes, reservoirs, etc., which
hold New York city's water supply,
and each pour In two gallons of water,
it would not be enough to last thai
city ten days.

.TO THE PUBLIC

"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's :
Cough Remedy last winter for a sev severe
ere severe bronchial cough and can. consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously say that I never took a
medicine 'that did me so much good,"
writes Mrs..C W. Andrews, 'Andrews,
2nd. .For sale by all dealers. -Adv.

Why Not?
Questioned as to her domestic activ activities,
ities, activities, on the trial of her suit for di divorce,
vorce, divorce, Mme. Schumann-Heink replied
that she "cooked and scrubbed and
washed," and when the lawyer v ex expressed
pressed expressed surprise, she added: "Why
not?"
"Why not, indeed? The mothers of
most Americans who are remembered
cooked and scrubbed and washed. We
know that George Washington's moth mother
er mother did all of these things. To the moth mother
er mother of Abraham Lincoln they were but
incidents in the day's work. Thousands
of our people living In luxury at this
minute had mothers or grandmothers
who cooked and scrubbed and washed.
Why not? Most men toil today as
they always have done. If there is an

idea that work. is ignoble, it does not!

proceed from them; It has not been
hatded down by the mothers of the
great and It has no approval in the
veritable annals of our wholesome poli politics
tics politics or our good society. WTherever
such an impression prevails, it Is false,
foolish and probably only fashionable.
-New York World. ::.v"

(According to the reckoning of the
Sharpshooter's log:
''The log' report for October 7 and
8, in the notes at Silver Springs,
ship building, shipping, railway
shops. At Carmlchael, "poultry,
stock raising, and rose gardening.
Durst, Dlk's Bluff, logging. Red
(Hot and Orahamville and Connor,
shipbuilding, logging, farming and
trading Durisoe, Los Kiss, Osceola

and Gore Creek, logging is the prin

cipal industry.. Gore and Eureka

are classed as 'important; for, at

Gore the vanilla leaves are gathered,
and at Eureka the peculiar industry
of hunting, and capturing all species
of snakes engages the attention of
the population.. Connor and Eu Eu-reka,
reka, Eu-reka, turpentining is carried on.
Over the river to Connor the only
telephone line of the valley hold the
river country in communication

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every iMonday at 7:30' p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the 'James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

public

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Make my place your headquarters' while in

welcome and be treated right at all times and' on

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The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KIND 3
.ties and on draft.

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Fort King Camp No. 14 meets ai
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

:;;;?''E2edIcaI- Sorglcal, ; Ey'dropnllile 'M: 1
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, couthcact corner
of Publif Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Tro::ler'o stands.
Larger Quarters, More I'Vlly Eqai; .acd and V 111 to Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines

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LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. 'u.
Visiting breihern always welcome io
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofiioc.
J. D Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

K orTTT a nmf

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with outside cities and towns. To Tobacco
bacco Tobacco Patch, logging and farming.
Iola, farming. Orange Creek, farm farming.
ing. farming. Fort Brooke, fiber gathering.
Cedar (Landing is a" wood station.
(Hemmingway and Riverside to Brob Brob-gingery
gingery Brob-gingery and the mouth at Welaka,

fishing and dogging. Horse Landing,

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the -second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

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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

Chanter No. 13. R. A. M., on thei

fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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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.

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Flour and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
Important Too
BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EAIUiY AND AVOID THE RUSH.

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Crystal River, Fla.

Shippers of
River Oysters.

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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If You Will Take Enough of Our Ice

Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
AVe will thank you. Our drivers -will thank you.
And if. the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.

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Proper Training of Boy's Muscles Is
Something Worth Highest De Degree
gree Degree of Consideration.

In the American Maeazine Dr.
Charles K. Taylor of Philadelphia
writes an interesting and practically j
helpful article entitled "Your Boy and j
His Musclen," in which he gives eug- i
gestions as to proper exercises for
young boys. Following is an extract j
from his article: I
"First of all, when a child is in a :
poor condition of which the basic
cause is some remediable physical de-
feet there is little use in giving spe- j
cial exercises until the defect is re- j
moved. For instance, breathing ex-
ercises cannot be nearly as effective j
as they should be for a child suffering j
from large adenoids, nor can you ex- i
pect good results when a child has j
some physical irritation inducing nerv-
ous effects of different kinds. Above
all, you ehoald always, know the state
of the chilcTs heart. If the heart is
good, and if there are no serious reme remediable
diable remediable deffxts to interfere with your
obtaining good results, then you can
take up tho matter of special exer exercises
cises exercises with some degree of confidence.
"When you find just where your boy
is lacking, whether in chest expan expansion,
sion, expansion, shoulder girth, arms, and so on,
or perhaps in posture, if he is hollow hollow-chested
chested hollow-chested wita shoulders bent forward,
then you can take up the exercise sug suggested
gested suggested for the different' needs. And
right here ii a word of caution, which
will be repeated now and then. Never
carry an exercise beyond the time
when fatigue begins. Do not continue
it to exhaustion; but when the boy
begins to feel tired stop at once, if
it is only after two or three motions!
"It interests the boy' a great deal,
too, to keep account of his physical
measurements. If these are taken
once a month his interest is kept up,
and he is stimulated when he finds
that he is actually gaining. Finally,
do not carry on a special exercise
after it is no longer necessary. What
you desire is a good, all-around devel development,
opment, development, and when this is attained spe special
cial special work should cease andgeneral ex exercise
ercise exercise be carefully continued. It
should be raid, too, that such work
can never be considered as a substi substitute
tute substitute for outdoor play. This latter is
vitally necessary for all children.
These exercises are to be used as ad adjuncts
juncts adjuncts to bring up to standard any
set of muscles which are under-developed."
'
War Drums Ordered Out.
It was some time ago that, acting
upon the recommendations embodied
in a report by a military commission,
the French government reached the
conclusion, that the drum was no long longer,
er, longer, a necesHary article of military
equipment: The report set forth' that
the drum was a serious encumbrance
in marchini:; that rain impaired its
usefulness; that Its calls could not be
distinguished in time of battle; that it
consumed a : Deriod of two years to
i turn out an; efficient drummer; and
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i tnat by abandoning the use or tne
drum many thousands of youths and
' men would be released for active
' service., i- -
Since the decision of the French
government other European powers
I have followed Its example in decree decreeing
ing decreeing that the ''drum must go."
i The history, of the drum is both an ancient
cient ancient and honorable. Th3 Egyptians
employed it, ind the Greeks ascribed
its invention t o Bacchus. The Spanish
conqueror Pizarro is said to have found
drums in South American' temples.
The snakes of Ireland, we are fold,
fled -from the Emerald Isle before the
drum-beats oC St. Patrick. The Puri Puritans
tans Puritans of New England used the drum
as" a church bell, and it figured fre frequently
quently frequently and romantically all through
the wars of theN revolution and rebel rebellion
lion rebellion in America.
Knew Enough to Keep Dry.
"It looks liiie rain!"
"I beg your pardon."
"I say it looks like rain."
"What does?"
"The weather."
"The weather, my dear sir, is a con condition.
dition. condition. Rain is water in the act of
falling from the clouds. It is impos impossible
sible impossible that they should look alike."
, "What I meant was that the ; sky
looked like rain."

Equally impossible. The sky Is the ess to be transacted by said corpora corpora-m
m corpora-m i4. v tion shall be: to a-cquire, own, vork,
blue vault above us the seeming arch lease, mortgage, sell and dispose of any

or aome mat we call the heavens- It
does not resemble falling water in the
least." -n
"Well, then, if you are so thunder thunder-ingly
ingly thunder-ingly particular, it looks as if it would
rain." H
"As if what would rain?"
. "The weather, of course."
"The weather, as before stated, be being
ing being a condition, can not rain"
"The clouds, then, confound you.
I may not know as much about it as
you do, but I've got enough sense to
get in out of it, and you haven't," said
the man, as be raised his umbrella and
walked away in a huff. -Pearson's
Weekly-, s
So Hot; Ice Chest Blazes.
The freak txick of the season at Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore was occasioned when it was re responsible
sponsible responsible for a fire that burned the
top of a chct containing Ice at the
home of Harry Siegel, 36 North Front
street. t
Mr. Siegel i placed two 'lighted can candles
dles candles on the chest. The high tempera temperature
ture temperature caused I these candles to melt
until they b-5nt completely over, the
flames Igniting the top of the box.
There was a blaze and
i
prevailed for a few moments. No'!
alarm was sounded. The fire was ex-
tlngulshed by members Of the 'umlly.

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the beer of incomparable flavor, of su supreme
preme supreme purity and excellence has or
more tha?t forty years been fulfilling
every desire and meeting every demand
of the most discriminating judges of
good beer.
MOORE'S Til AIL ORDER HOUSE
Phone 293 Oca la, Fla

L
OTICE OP INCORPORATION OP THE,
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE
AXD LIME COMPANY
The undersigned thereby give notice
that on the
0f... rt . T
20th day of October, A. D. 1914
at tan ..iir o m , r, i, :

after as they can be heard, they will
apply to the Honorable Park Tram-i8"11
mell, governor of the state of Florida,
at his office, in the -capitol building of

said state, in the city of Tallahassee.
for letters patent, incorporating them;
their associates and successors, into a
body politic and corporate in deed and
in law, under the name of FLORIDA
SOFT PHOSPHATE AND LIME COM
PANY, under the following charter and
of which will -be on file In the office
of the secretary of state of said state
of Florida, at the city of Tallahassee,
during 'the time required by law for
the publication of this notice.
J. RANDOLPH APPLEBY, JR.
ANSEL&I P. ANDERSON.
KATHERINE R. NORTON.

. tors
CHARTER OF FLORIDA SOFT PHOS- 'a nf a lrt t
PHATE AND LIME COMPANY frJiie mJI.1 i8,!1
The undersigned hereby agree to be- wJ?iAem?iftQv PJide?:'jV
come associated together, and do here- Sfl1' VI 5kJTJJ'
bv associate 'themselves topther for Two flces may be held by one per per-the
the per-the VSfSlll ot bewSffS a bSdyhpollaJ 5? Said board of directors -hall have
and corporate under the laws of the fSlS ZglS?11 neceS3ar
state of Florida, the provisions of aents of this corporation,
which are hereby accepted. The fol-j Annual meetings of the stockholders
lowing articles of incorporation shall j shall be held at the principal office of
constitute and become its charter upon i the corporation on the third Tuesday
the issuance of letters patent accwi- 1 in January of each year, at 12 o'clock

Ing to law:
1. The name of this corporation
shall be FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE
AND LIME COMPANY. Its principal
office and place of business shall be in
Ocala, Marion county, Florida. Branch
offices may be established at such
other places as may be selected by the
board of directors.
. T Vi a (ran am 1 T n tit nt tT-i a Tn c
mines, mininsr risrhts and lands, and
any interest therein, and to explore and
develop the same; to -carry on the bus business
iness business of fertilizing and dealing in and
with fertilizer of any and all kinds
whatsoever and to engage in any bus business
iness business or pursuit whatsoever which Is
or may be directly or indirectly con connected
nected connected with or related to the fertilizing
business; to buy, sell," develop, deal-in.
improve, manage and operate real
property; to carry on the business of
building, construction and alteration of
houses and other structures thereon,
and the development of real property
generally; the renting and leasing of
real property, improved and unimprov
ed; to make all mortgages ui xeai
roperty and to borrow money xneeon
mortgage or oinerwise; iu wa
money upon real property ana
mortgages and assignments of mort
gages of the same; subject only to tne
tHia anri ftthpr romorat ions ana in
bonds and loans Secured by mortgages
or other liens on real property; to
: carrv on tne ousiness yun.-iio.ajuj.
i manufacturing, acquirin
holding
owning, mortgaging, pledging, leasing.
selling,
assigning anu uausifi
ves.tlng in, traaing hmu ucaimo
goods, ware:?, merchandise and prop property
erty property of every kind and description, and
carrving on any one or more of the
above businesses or any other
business connected therewith, as
may be, and to the extent, permitted
by the laws of this state, and as full
and with all the power.- that the law
nf this state confer upon corporations:
j to carry on lousiness within or with without
out without the state of Florida a.s may be and
i in tiiA extent permitted oy law.
thi corporation snail be fc-even Hun Hundred
dred Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars
7rt (cin rtlvirivl into Seventvflve
Thousand' (IS.OOQ) shares of the par

r

provisions imposed Dy law or me uiai uiai-I
I uiai-I ter or by-laws of said corporation; to
buv. sell and deal In shares of stock of

f f

jmi.p.ipi "Mi p
V f i j

:;::y::x::i:fc:::;
Ml ) i YA !;MJ1
value of Ten. Dollars ($10) each: saict

capital stock shall be pa!4 for in law day of -September, 1914.
ful money of the United States or real- (Seal) Gt:OHGLJ TUMPSON,
or personal property of the value equal Notary Public, New York County.
to the par value of the stock issued in t My commission, expires March 20,
I exchange or payment therefor, ten per 1915. 9-25-frl
cent, of which shall be paid in lawful.!.
money of the United States or real or

Dersonal rronert v as ahn v nrnvld o-ci
i WJ t ten -days after letters patent
nave been grranted, and before
ald corporation shall transact, any
I tu&iness. The unpaid balance due on
?'-"UJV.y "--nueis nereLosna.ii
States or real or personal property of
the value equal-to the par value or the
stock issued in exchange or payment
therefor, In such Instalments and with within
in within such time as may be designated by
the board of directors, provided that
he subscrioers shall be entitled to ten
! daii3 nlcJL ? demand for such de-
ferred payments
4. The duration of
this corporation
shall be perpetual, unless sooner dis-
soivea according to law.
i.. The business of this corporation
f '.all te conducted by a board of not
less than five nor more than nine direc-
t m., or as soon thereafter as practica
ble, at which the board of directors
shall be duly elected by the stockhold stockholders.
ers. stockholders. The by-laws -for .the government of
this corporation shall be adopted at the
first annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders,
ers, stockholders, or at any special meeting called
for that purpose.
Until a "board of directors shall have
been -first duly chosen by the stock stockholders,
holders, stockholders, the business of the said cor corporation
poration corporation shall be conducted by the fol following
lowing following named persons and officers:
Anselm P. Anderson, President.
J. Randolph Appleby, Jr., Vice-President.
Katherine R. Norton, Secretary.
" Anselm P. Anderson, Treasurer.
Temporary by-laws may be adopted
by said officers until the first annual
meeting of the stockholders.
6., The highest amount of indebted indebtedness;
ness; indebtedness; or liability to which this corpora corporation
tion corporation snail at any time subject itself to,
is One Million Dollars ($1,000,000).
, 7.. The names and residences of the
subscribers to these articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, together with the amount of
capital subscribed by each are as fol follows:
lows: follows: NAMES RESIDENCES No. of Shares
Anselm P. Anderson,
1926 61st St.
Brooklyn, N.
J. Randolph Appleby, Jr.
66 State St.,
Perth Amboy, N
74SS
J.,
Katherine 11. Norton,
162 Falrview Ave.,
Jersey City, N. J.,
In witness whereof, we have
here-
unto set our hands this 23rd
September, A. V. 1914.
day of
J. RANDOLPH APPLEBY, JR.
ANSELM P. ANDERSON.
KATHERINE R. NORTON.
Witness: GEORGP; TUMPSOX.
STATE OF NEW YORK,
COUNTY OF NEW YORK, ss:
I, GEORGE TUMPSON, a notary pub public
lic public in and for the State and County
aforesaid, do hereby certify that AN ANSELM
SELM ANSELM P; ANDERSON. J. RANDOLPH
APPLEBY, JR., and KATHERINE R.
NORTON, who are to me well known.
? this day appeared before me, and sev sev-!
! sev-! erallr for themselves acknowledged
o: ihat thev sisrned the foresoiner articles
of incorporation and the accompanying
notice' for the uses and purposes there therein
in therein stated.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto

V 1;
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"If
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I ;
MA Copyright 1914. Vabst LrewiKZ Co.
!
set my hand and seal of offlce this 23rd
CITY XIEGISTRATIQX
books aiie on::.
The city registration books aro
open and those "who 'wish ho vote in
the coming bond elections had best
gotr the city clerks onlce at -the
city hall and see that they are prop properly
erly properly registered. Poll taxes -are' pai.l
in the county tax collector's ofilce at
the court houfce, but the fact that yotl
are correctly registered in the county
books will not entitle you to vote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books. i
NOTICE
Pny Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand 'New Ta for
Your Car
The 1915 automobile licenses wero
due Oct. 1st, 1914. -All who drlvo
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are dolnsr
so in open violation of the laws of
i'iuiiua iuuu3 ucutcu iiuiii au
tomobile licenses for private use go
into the road fund.
Respectfully,
3-30t V L. Colbert, Tax Collec: or.
. t NOTICE
Pay Your 1015 Licenses Now
1915 state and county Hcen5C3
were due Oct. l3tf 1914; 1 Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in, business after that da.
without first obtaining these licenses
i3 in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col col-lector
lector col-lector will Issue the license and. fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks &nd other information
on request. Respectfully,'
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector. 3-3 Ot
Character Told by the Nose.'
It is an ancient belief that the ncso
Indicates ancestry. We speak about
the arlifwocratic nose with its high
bridge and tbe' plebeian nose of tlir
toiler. Certainly, Id a great s many
cases, race can be distinguished by
the nose. The -Hebrew could hardly
be confused with the typical nero
nose. The highly-arched nose is'.sup is'.sup-posed
posed is'.sup-posed to indicate tendency to n;l, nad,
the flattened nose shows servility.



EIGHT

TIIK OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10 1914

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

2

RURAL SCHOOL COMMISSION

Mr. Frank Lytle of Stanton was
in the city today.

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

Trade at
best always.

Gerig's.

Quality the
10-14-tf

All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

Mr. George .McGahagin of Sanford
was in the city itoday looking after
Si Is Ocala property.

Pure sparkling soda water, in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8

Mr. R. A. Burford returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a business
trip to Bronson.

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

the name
10-8

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

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

New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocaia
Seed Store. 10-1-tf

DENNISON'S lunch sets and other

paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf

WEATHER REPORT

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. Max. Min. R. F.
Oct. 1 81 67 1.36
Oct. 2 82 69
Oct. 3 .82 67 y .41
Oct. 4 ... ... .83 66 .38
Oct. 5 84 67
Oct. 6. 84 68 -.45
Oct. 7. 83 68
Oct. 8. .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
Oct. 13 .88 66- .33
Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, slightly cooler tonight north
and central portions.

COAL FOR GERMAN CRUISERS

Mr. Ernest Luff man of Sparr was

in town yeterday, and bragged on
his solid community.

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

Mr. A. IM. Lansford has finished
moving into bis new quarters at the
Bitting & Knight drug store. ,And
Is very nicely and attractively ar arranged
ranged arranged for meeting and entertaining
Tils customers.

A skilled pharmacist will person person-aly
aly person-aly care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phone
14.

Is ISeing Supplied Them in Large
Quantities by Americans
Washington, Oct. 16. Protests
against American hips coaling Ger German
man German 'War vessels in the vicinity of
the Philippines were filed in the
state department today by the Brit British
ish British ambassador.

MADE MUCH .MONEY

Will of Mail Order Magnate Left
$17,000,000 to His Widow
Chicago, Oct. 16. The 'will of the
late Richard Sears, founder of the
large mail order house of Sears,

Roebuck & Co., iwas probated today.

He left an. estate valued at $17,000,-

000. His widow is he sole their.

SHUT UP ANOTHER

WIRELESS STATION

State Bank Examiner E. P. Thag-

UIU, lUililCilJ Ul 'Cilia Kl,Ji 13 lli wnH
today. I Mr. Thagard is a candidate
for the office of state comptroller,
when thai office is submitted to the
people again.

The Rexal Company, of wLich
Gerig's drugstore is a representative,
tive, made a stout fight against cer certain
tain certain obnoxious features of the -war
tax, and won. The company spent
$5000 in telegrams the last rweek of

the cones

Washington, Oct. 16. The Mar Marconi
coni Marconi wireless station at iHonolulu
was ordered closed by the navy de department,
partment, department, today.

Mr. N, Rarc0Hpassed through the
city yesterday afternoon en irooite
home fora D lnnellon. where he has

been in atte4s2Ut2ice upon the Su-

wanee Presbytery, as represent

from the Gainesville tftilrctfT

Fruit In the Diet.
Though fresh fruits are not nutri nutritious
tious nutritious in most cases, yet they are valu valuable
able valuable additions to the menu. Besides
supplying the minerals and water
which purify the blood, they add vari variety
ety variety to our fare and make our meals
appetizing, thus adding considerably
in digestion. The banana is an excep exception
tion exception in the matter of nutrition, fur furnishing
nishing furnishing as it doe? considerable food
value.

HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE
CURED

Another live business will soon
start in Ocala. 'Mr. Bob Sanders, one

.of the lirest wires of DunneUon, has

rented the store room in the north northwest
west northwest corner of the Ocala House, and
will bring :tb it a big stock of goods
that he bad in his home town when
the war caused the phosphate mines
to close. He will 'have some mighty

fine bargains for fo Isiousit aggers.

A letter from Lieut. 'H. C. Camp

bell of the Ocala IRifles, now at the
camp of Instruction in rifle practice

near Jacksonville, says

that Ocala

will 'be represented on the Second
Regiment team in enxational divis division
ion division matches "by Sergeant R. L. Marsh.
Lieut. Campbell says the Ocala con contingent
tingent contingent is well, and all hope to be
home by,, he end of next week.

-Many recoveries from lung trou'ol
e are due to Dr.. Bell's Pine-Tar

-r - x

oney. It strengthens the1 lungs,

checks the cough and gives relief, at

once. Mr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N.
O., writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Pine Pine-TaNHoney
TaNHoney Pine-TaNHoney in a case given up as
hopeiess and it effected a complete
cure." Get a bottle of !Dr. ell's

Pine-Tar-iHoney. If your cough is
dry "and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you will surely get relief
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-fri-.wkly

Incendiary Rabbit.
A Walla Walla man is charged with
ndeavoring to annihilate a rabbit
colony with the aid of a pint of kero kerosene
sene kerosene and a luclfer match. A rabbit
Vas soaked In the liquid and touched
off with a match. Whereupon, with a
beautiful understanding of the fitness
of things, the blazing creature bur burrowed
rowed burrowed into the nearest haystack, while
thousands of amused rabbits sat
-

around and watched the fun. No in insurance.
surance. insurance. Cleveland Plain' Dealer.

The Rural School Commission,
conceived in the busy and fertile
brain of one of our distinguished
rural school inspectors, Caprain
George M. Lynch, made possible by
the association of county school sup superintendents
erintendents superintendents and high school .prin .principals,
cipals, .principals, in annual session at Fort
Myers Jast spring .and appointed by
our able and .faithful state superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, Mr. 'W. N. Sheats, have it
as their duty and privilege as well
to examine carefully the condition of
the rural schools of tFlorida and to
make a report whose recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations shall lead to speedy and large
improvements in these schools.1
Another duty of the? commission,
and one which it is hoped, will pro produce
duce produce results that shall be very bene beneficial,
ficial, beneficial, will be to interest county
superintendents, high school princi principals,
pals, principals, the rural schools themselves
and, most of all, the general public
the great people, who make legisla legislators
tors legislators and indirectly give the means
for support, in our. rural schools
and in their improvement and de development.
velopment. development.
'How may. these schools be im improved?
proved? improved? Jn many ways', bu: especial especially
ly especially thus:.
1. Thru appropriation of money
which .will permit longer terms.
The present length of the session in
the rural schools is inadequate for
the accomplishment of results which
are large and lasting. The no no-school
school no-school interim is so long ;that the
subjects learned during this session
are almost forgotten before the be beginning
ginning beginning of the next school term. In
all scholastic work' 'continuity, un unbroken
broken unbroken save by a comparatively
short vacation, 'is essential to sue;
cessful work. A school term of four
months is better than nothing, bat
it is not very, far from nothing.
2. Thru the employment of bet better
ter better prepared teachers. (Here comes
the necessity for larger appropria

tion to the rural sdhools. There is

merit in the contention of the Times-Union,
that we are spending too

men as county superintendents of
education.
We have in -Florida some of the
test superintendents in the South;
we have some whose preparation
and ability, are inadequate to the
needs of the position which th?y
hold but do not fill. 'We need as
county superintendents men or wo women
men women who have been successful
teachers and who fcr 'this reason
know their business. We cannot af afford
ford afford to allow this inxportant position
to.be -the goal of impecunious poli politicians
ticians politicians iwho )have no better prepara preparation
tion preparation for discharge of its duties than
the average citizen has to manage a
radio station or to perform a major
surgical operation.
We like to support for office
friends who : are candidates"; far
above this inclination to assist a
friend is the duty which--we owe. to
the children of our land .and the
future of our country." which is link linked
ed linked indissolubly with, the education
of the people at large. : A-
A. V. Montague,
Chm. Rural School Commission.

i

Pfenning for the
Stork's Arrival
'Anons t!ir5" tnings which all women
should know of, and many of them do,
is a splendid ex

ternal application
sold in most drug"
stores under the
name of "Mother's
Friend." It is a
penetrating1 liquid
and many and many
a mother tells how
it so wonderfully
aided them through

the period of expec expectancy.
tancy. expectancy. Its chief purpose is to render the
tendons, ligaments and muscles so pliant
that nature's expansion may be accom accomplished
plished accomplished without the fntense strain so
often characteristic of tho period of
expectancy.
At any rate it is reasonable to believe
that since "Mother's Friend" has been a
companion to motherhood for more than
half a century no more timely advice
could be given the Inexperienced mother
than to suggest it3 daily use during ex expectancy.
pectancy. expectancy. Ask at any drug store for "Mother's
Friend," a penetrating, external liquid
of great help and value. And write to
Eradfleld Regulator Co., 302 Lamar Bldg.,
Atlanta, Ga., for their book of useful
and timely information to expectant
mothers. It contains ir.y suggestions
that are of interest to ell women.

A PERTINENT QUESTION

The. question has been asked, "in
-what way are Chamberlain's Tablets

superior to piiisr une 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 the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect,1 is often fol followed
lowed followed "by constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.

Best Regards to Science.
"Science attacks the sandwich," Is
a headline. Hera's hoping it has bet better
ter better -luck with it than we have had
with some purchased at railway lunch
counters. Boston Transcript.
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
MEDICINE
CM. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, 'bi t never used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
dealers. 'adv.

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

solute purity. Gerig's. '10-7

much money on 'buildings, too (little

on teachers. A commodious and 'at

tractive huilding is desira'ble; a

well prepared teacher is a neeessitv.
The one ? is, in a sense, a luxury,

the other Is ,In every sense, essen essential.
tial. essential. It may be contended that the

rural school buildings are not expen expensive.
sive. expensive. Very true; but when a county
spends $75,000 on : a high 4sdhool
building for a town, it almost in invariably
variably invariably spends -too little on the
teachers of the high s-chopj and

on the buildings and teachers jof the

rural schools. The fine buildings
are well in their way; equipment is
very desirable, in some particulars;
essential, as In the sciences and in
libraries; but an absolute necessity
is the teacher who can teach.
President Garfield gave the pure
truth of the matter, in his definition
of a college: "Mark Hopkins on one
end pf a log and a boy on the other."
The teacher first, and second, at a
distance, everything else.

The commission 'wWl do every everything
thing everything in is power to improve by

suggestion, counsel, and other act

ivities teaching inpublic schools.
3. Another duty of the commis
sion will be to investigate the mat

ter of vocational training and. to re report
port report upon this. There are doubtless
iwi se men an d though t f ul women

who helieve that we begin vocation

al training too soon ; that iboys and

girls in lower grades are not ready

for it; that what they need is more

education as foundation upon which

to build life work. v

The most important work of the

commission will be to arouse the
general public to larger Interest and

more helpful cooperation in the im

provement of rural sch ools.

at lias ibeen said "The voice of

the people is the voice ,of God.

This declaration we canot accept In

full; but we must agree that the

voice 0f a God-led people is the cal

to walk the right pathway in life

When of the people at large in

Christian -land, the cause for which

we plead triumphs.
So it is the purpose of the -Rura

School Commission to appeal to the

people of Florida to evince more in

xerest m the county schools and to

stir them to a consciousness of ob

ligation to these schools, which in

turn shall lead them to demand for

the rural schools more money, ?and

therefore, longer sessions and better

prepared "teachers.
T M

li we give our country schoo
teachers larger salaries, they wil

then be in position to enlarge thei

vision and to seek sounder education
and more generous culture. This

vuvf van -up uy unending summer

schools In our great universities and

summer schools in our own state.
Thus they will make up for defficien defficien-cies
cies defficien-cies In their earlier training; an 1
with, the hope of better compen compensation
sation compensation men and women who are
preparing io teach will spend more
time in preparation.
Finally the Rural School Commis Commission
sion Commission will tlo all in its power to, en encourage
courage encourage the election of competent

Are Days of Suffering They Are Be

coming Brighter for Some Ocala
People
Many dark days from kidney Ills.
Backache, headache tired days;
Urinary trouble makes you gloomy.
Doan's Kidney Pills have proven

their worth. t

Have been tested by many kidney

sufferers.

They are indorsed by Ocala peo

ple

X. C. Pafford, carpenter, 29 E.

Monroe St., Ocala, says: "Iast

spring I had a bad case of backache.

couldn't straighten up after I once

stooped over, unless I took' hold of

something for suport. Often I could
see dark' spots floating in front of
me and sometimes everything before

me Ibecame black. A druggist recom

mended Doan's Kidney Pills to mei

saying that he had nothing better in

the store, so I got a hox and began

using them. I could see their good
effects from the first few doses and

one box cured me."

Price 50c, at all dealers, v Don't

simply ask for a kidney remedy

get Doan's Kidney Pills the same

hat Mr. Pafford had. Foster-SMilburn

Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad 5.

Unappreclatlve Trave!r.
The priceless privilege" of European
travel, once secured, Is often under undervalued
valued undervalued by Americans. Lirplncott's
tells of two American girls talking to together
gether together In Paris: "What shall we do this
afternoon?" "Let's go to the Louvre."
"Oh, no; I've been there already, and
It'a not the sort of place you care to
go to more than once." The Magasln

de Louvre .Tvould doubtless have been

better appreciated by this younk

woman. ' .

DARK DAYS

Worth at Least a Smile.

What are you laughing at?" asked

the Old Fogy. "What's so funny in
that paper." "It says that a hundred

persons have left New York to en

gage in missionary work," said

Grouch. Cincinnati Firer.

the

YOUR

FALL COLD NEEDS
TENTION

AT-

No use to fuss and try to wear it

out. It will wear you out insteatl.

Take pr. King s New Discovery, re

lief follows quickly. It checks your

cold and soothes your cough away.

Pleasant, anticeptlc and healing.

Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of

Tr. King'" Xew Discovery and keep

it in the house. "Our family coagh

and cold doctor," writer Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, 'Banchester, Ohio. Money

back if not satisfied., but it nearly al

ways helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
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Use. of Peat In Canada.

The experimental work conducted

by the Canadian crovernment in re

gard to; the manufacture of peat
proved so successful that there are

noy two private concerns producing

peat, one at Alfred, Ont, and the oth

er at Farnham, Quebec. It Is said
that the peat manufactured by the

Canadian government and used
private persons Is satisfactory
crates and also good for cooking.

by

for

She Knew.

She- had sent a telegram and was

waiting fcr an answer. Suddenly th

peculiar halting click of the receiving

machine sounded In the office and she
said to her companion: "That's from
Charlie I know! I can tell his stutter."

Real Weak Point.

Men, for the most part, have more

rood ideals than they are capable of
ising. The weak point in .people is
tot in their knowledge of good and,
ivil nor in their desires to be good,
nit in the:r vil!s ;eak to realize
be longings of tb ?-"rifual nature.

Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5

No Lamp.

A three-year-old lad wa3 out walking
with his grandfather when he noticed

the moon. Seeing that it did not look

as It does at night, he remarked, very

solemnly, "Well, there's the moon, but

it ain't go any lamn in it 'now."

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IT PLEASES US GREATLY TO I IND THAT OUU TIO ST
PLEASANT RELATIONS VilUl 3L1NY OP OUR CUSTOMERS
DATE BACK TO 1006, ( When we l:c-an business). IT SHOWS
WHAT "RIGHT GOODS," "RIGHT PRICES" and "RIGHT TREAT TREATMENT
MENT TREATMENT WILL, LO. Y : 'y ' '';
' NO S3LLL TART OF "YOUR; DUTIES IS. SELECTING THE
GROCER MHO SHALL SUPPLY YOUR' DAILY 3IENU.
AVE ARE HERE TO SERVE 'YOU. OUR STOCK 13 LARGE
AND COMPLETE. WE OFFER 16 SHODDY GOODS.
Here' Is a list of SPECIAIi VALUES for

2 W.

Saturday the 17tb- r.nd r.2or.day i

White Bac6n, .ps.: pound . 6 23
Lerd Compound, per pound ..:Av..lOc
10 pounds Water Ground Meal or 25c
Irish Potatoes per peck -1 27c
10c tin Baked Beans, each 1 -... J : 02c
10c package Anger's Maccaroni, each . 1 . -. 00c.
10c package Anger's Spaghetti, each OCa
10c package Anger's Egg Noodles.:.. -622
Cream of Wheat, per package -------
Post Toasties, per package .. A :C2z
25c jar Curtice Jams, each Jl -. 22c
15c tin Pie Apples, each.
15c bottle Tomato Catsun, ?.for- x 2Cc
15c tins Plain Pork and v.ach. . -: lie
Florida Cane Syrup in bottles, each IQz

Florida Tomatoes, No. 2s, each 8c, d)zen 1.
6 small tins Van Camp's Milk for--
3 tall tins Van Camp's- Milk for. i i

Quaker Oat Meal, ner nackae ...... ... CCc

20c tins Rheubarb, each
15c tins Spinach, each

10c package Liptin's Jelly Tablets.. 0Cc
25c packages Pratt's Animal Regulator, each Cc
50c 44 14 " " COc
25c Poultry ZCz

50c 44 : 44

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faction. raUs-faction. Your money will to returned without qucUicu if. yoa arc
not satisfied with your purchase.
Goods delivered anywhere in the-city.

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