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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914
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Paris, Oct. 17.--Tho mighty en en-gagement
gagement en-gagement In northern France begun
live weeks ago today, proceeds wlm
no end, in sight.
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The 'latest -German attacks of Ver Ver-dun
dun Ver-dun have been repulsed, the French
tattering the lines of Germans there
with 'heavy artillery.
CENTER
The 'French are pressing on Metz
with great vigor at the center in the
vicinity of iRheims. The Germans
are unable to (move from' their
entrenched -positions near Soissons.
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The British have taken a number
of German positions. In the vicinity
of Lens, -Albert and Lille the British
have gained ground. The French
and British cavalry, infantry and
artillery; have beaten' the .(Germans
stack and? the allies'" line now reaches
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desolation and famine hangs over
Northern France and Belg!"i,s.. Ten
thousand refugees, -penniless an d
h,ame3es3 and -starving have been
taken (to England, W-h'ere they are
living on charity. 3over, 'Folkstone
and other coast towns are ever ever-whelmed
whelmed ever-whelmed with refugees.

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BY THE GER3IANS COXFimiEU
RV A IMSPATCH FROM
' HOIiLiAND
. Amsterdam, Oct. 17. Ostend, the
temporary Belgian capital, was oc occupied
cupied occupied ty the Germans without re resistance,
sistance, resistance, according to a iXews lis lis-patch
patch lis-patch from Shiys, 'Holland.
GER3IANS TOOK OSTEND THURS

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BELGIAN' HEROES .TXJIAj SOON BE
ABLE TO RENEW THE
BATTLE
Bordeaux, Oct. 17; The Belgians
Tinder King A 1 bent who escaped into
France, after a. short 'period for re recuperation
cuperation recuperation will join the allies against
the Germans.' v i ;

London, Oct. 17. The Daily 'News
ihis afternoon says: The' iGermans
enter ed. Ostend at 10:30 o'clock
Thursday morning. The civil guards

men were seized anc their rifles

thrown dnto the 'harbor.
The advance guaTd ?was composed
of Uhlans, fguided by -German cyclists.
Then came ithe officers and motor

truck after motor truck, -filled with

infantrjimen, rolling Into ithe city.
The troops went to the city ihall,
where 'the German flag -was (hoisted.

Refugees who were unable to leave

were panic stricken.

COST OF THE CONFLICT

Prussia Demands Two Billions and a
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-Half From Her People
Amsterdam, Oct. 17. (via Lon London).
don). London). The Telegraff -publishes the
following dispatch from 'Berlin:
"ThA P.riisjtfiin fovprnmpn f. .'will

net iha Hlftt fvr. a arat' Vr-it. nf

more than $2,500,000,000.
The government work on the
railways and 'highways will .be pro proposed
posed proposed (o cope with the unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment situation and give relief to
small communities. At a joint sitting
of ithe Tparty leaders it was decided
unanimously to support the govern government's
ment's government's 'program. The sitting of the
Diet will partake of the character of
a war sitting and will Hast on!y a few
: days. : ; ..

A PnOTEST FilOl, ITALY

ASICS AUSTRIAN AEROPLANES TO

KEEP OUT OF ITS AIR

Rome, Oct. 17. The Italian gov

ernment has protested to Austria

against the flight of an lAustrian air

ship over (the Italian border.

Paris, Oct. 17. Heavy enow
storms are prevailing in the Ardeu Ardeu-ues
ues Ardeu-ues and 'Wsges mountains, blocking
some of the tpasses. This endangers
the retreat of the "German crown

prince's army. Troops on both sides
are suffering from the extreme cold.

ALLIES MAKE ANOTHER AD-

' VANCE ;,
. 7-
Paris, Oct. 17. :it is officially, an

nounced this afternoon at 3 o'clock

that on the right bank of the (Lys the
allies have occupied JFJeuraix and

are nearJng Armentleres.

AMERICANS SUFFERING AS US-i

UAL FROM A MEXICAN LINE
OUTBREAK

A'aco Ariz., Oct. 1 7. A (general

assault upon Xaeo, Sonora, by Villa's

army was begun, tiiis morning. Qlines
exploded hy the defenders shook

the town on this side of the border.

Many bullets are falling on the

American side. It is helieved that

the Carranz?a forces will ibe compell

ed to surrender th e ci ty

AFTER LOIIGEST SESSIOil TIIE.illiTlOllilL LEGISLilTUI U

' HELD lil Iffl Iffi

THE ISSiiS

CZAR'S SOLDIERS CLAIM (ENTIRE

SUCCESS IX POLAND
Petrograd, Oct. 1,7. The gigantic
onslaughts of (the r Germans in Rus Russian
sian Russian (Poland thave been repulsed with
severe losses. 1 . .:7; ; .';
, After, ibeing driven back from
Warsaw, the Germans again took the
offensive and were repulsed losing
many prisoners, guns and supplies.
. The fall of Przemysl is expected
shortly.-'; .''

CAN'T BE CONCLUSIVE

JUNIOR'S NECK JERKED

Columbia County Rapist Lynched
Near the Scene of His Crime
Lake City, Oct. 17. The ibody of
Tom Junior, colored, iwho assaulted a

white woman Wednesday ,N was found

this morning hanging to a tree near
the scene of his crime. The body
waa riddled with 'bullets.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.

Evidence Against Innes and Wife
Alowed Them to be Admitted
to Bail

; San Antonio. Tex.. Oct. 16. Vic

tor E). innes and his wife of (Eugene,
Oregon, indicted for murder and

conspiracy in connection with the
disappearance of !Mrs. Elois 'Xelms
Dennis, and her sister, iMiss 'Beatrice

Xelms, of Atlanta, Ga., 'last June,

were granted hatl at a 'habeas cor

pus hearing here yesterday. 'Innes'

(hail was fixed at $4,000 and his

wife's at $2,000.

The best Ice cream in town at the

nmirfc Pharmacy. Sunday orders a

specialty. v 10-2-6t

Dr. W. K. Jbane -Specialist, Eye,
Ear. Nose and Throat. Office Law

Library Building, Ocala. Adv.'

VILLA'S MEN REPULSED
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Xaco. Oct. 17, (iXoon). The Car-

ranza forces repulsed Villa's army.

Four memhers of the border pa

trol on the tAmerican side were in injured,
jured, injured, one fatally. Two Mexican

refugees on he American side weie

wounded.

Washington. Oct. 17. With thel

Senate pledged to disiose of the war
tax bill ;be.fore adjournment tonight,

the leaders of both House and Sen

ate expect adjournment to, 'be reached

next Wednesday. The bill will go to

the House -Monday, will he $n confer-

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ence Tuesday and its passage is ex-

"pected iWednesaay. 1 ;

The vote on the amendments will

'begin at 3 o'clock this afternoon.

The cotton ibonds amendment will be

taken up with the others.

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REPORT THAT PRZEMYSL HAS

SURRENDERED TO THE
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RURSIANS

JRorae, Oct. 17. An unconfirmed
Teport is current here that Pirzeniysl,

the Austrian stronghold in Galicia,

has been captured by the Russians.

AGAINST THE NEW HAVEN RAIL

ROAD FILED IN FEDERAL
x COURT
Xdw York, Oct. 17. The decree
agreed upon for the dissolution of
the ,'CCew -fHaven iRailroad Company
filed today in federal court, provides
(the appointment of three sets of
trustees to take charge of and dis dispose
pose dispose of ftfhe securftles in the ivarious
companies held by the Xew Haven
Company.

COURAGE OF FRENCH CAVALRY
t -r m., '7'.
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Equaled the Daring of the Hearlong
Horsemen of Napoleon's
Empire
Paris, Oct. 17. Infantry and cav cavalry
alry cavalry have 'been doing more fighting
during the last few days than for
several weeks. Jv
Two thousand (French Cuirassiers
ihave distin guisrie'd themselves, toy a
daring feat in swimming the river
iLys where it flows deep and swift;
They completely outwitted the' Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, who 'Were: awaiting them on
the .other side with machine, guns
and (heavy artillery.
The French horsemen made a long
detour during the night. One man
swam the river with la rope, ithen
dragged over a cable which foe at attached
tached attached to a tree. The others, iholl iholl-in
in iholl-in g ; the sope, crossed i singly with
their horses th rough the swirling
: waters. '. l'7-...;7:
Arrived on the oppotHe hank the
French drew up in line .and charged
the German flank aihe at Olarville,
driving the enemy iback and open opening
ing opening the way for the passage over, the
river of a division of allied infantry,
which later occupies Estaires.

ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8

AG UILAR MAY ..4.TTACK

is tiiij next thing ox t.ie:
program: of the yicto:; yicto:;-'
' yicto:;-' ious german army
Berlin,, Oct. 17 Copenhagen,
ofHcial). Tho German riht iv,-in in
'France "is being ncin forced frci3,I2cl-giui:i..-
' Dciclvo fighting", is expected on
-the '.Belgian frontier sherry. Our-

- are contcmpir.tm

Calais.

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GER3LIN ACCOUNT
Berlin, Oct. 17, (via wireless to
Say ville). The allied troops operat operating
ing operating near Ypres are reported cut off
from the main foody hy German
troops.

ANOTHER ADVANCE OF
FRENCH. INTO ALSACE

Constitutionalist Cliieftan Threatens
to Drive Americans Out of V
7 ; Vera Cruz
Vera Cruz, Oct. 17, Evident
'preparations (by a small, detachment
of men under -General Aguilar for an
attack last night on the American
outpost around Vera Cruz have re resulted
sulted resulted In the strengthening of the
, "' ' 7.-'-'-. "' 7- .' -v y-'-."'-' i' v-

T" ... 'Basel states that the French have

some, zuu uiexioans are an position

about fhalf a mile from the, American
outposts and they have mounted
guns trained on the American sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. Their war-like activities is -attributed
in Vera Cruz to the over overindulgence
indulgence overindulgence in liquor, 1ut their boast
that they were about to Inaugurate
an1 attack that ultimately would
Vlrave the Americans. out of this iport
are taken more or 'less seriously on
account of persistency of reports
that Aguilar will not be able to re restrain
strain restrain .himself much longer and that

Alkirch and '31ulliauscn 'Have Chang Changed
ed Changed Hands -Again
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Ixndon, Oct. 17 r-A message from

re occur ie J Alkirch and tMttlhai'scn.

The Germans w-ere compelled to use
150 motor cars to' carry off their
woundd. .

PRAISi: FOR PRESIDENT
FROM HIS PRnDECnSSOR

'Providence, R. 'I., Oct. 17. Praise
for President ; W;ron for his neutral

! attitude in tno ; present war was

voiced yesterday hy former Prerd-
r0Vti Tuft L A-nAr&vir CitoptIa a.t

the impatience of Oils men to enter, the luncheon or me cncmDcr or com com-Vera
Vera com-Vera Oruz is rendering his control merce. 7.
over them doubtful. j '"President Wilson has tal;ca tho
Aguilar's entire force is estated j exact stand," said Mr, Taft, "and has
"between 4,000 and 6,000 me: Iwith expressed it with admirable accu

se veral pieces of artillery. Xl-3 re- racy.

ported in Vera Cruz that Aguilar
has made a wager that he will break breakfast
fast breakfast in this city Sunday.

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

StmmSt

ARE CORDIALLY INVITEli
TO CALL AND SELECT YOUR

FALL AND WINTER SUIT.

We know you will be delighted with our heautiful display of PURE
WOOL Paterns in great variety, em-bracing

li $tew Ml

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From which to make your own selection to meet your Individual taste

and requiroment 01 every oetall, and we will make to your measure a

uaranteea pure v uuitiA UAtt-uu.vr

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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 xiure vsool.
We are able to do this because we are 'backed by the largest merchant
tailoring organization in the world,employing. only the very best union
tailors in America, with establishments throughout the United State3,
doing an enormous volume of business, otherwise It would hardly be
possible to make the above prices. COME TO SEE US.

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THE WORLD'S ,UilGEST TAILORS.
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THE OCALA EVENING STArt. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1011
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CAI1R0LL, PROPRIETORS
L It, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

as the East Coast. From Ocala

north was 'East Florida,' and all be bellow
llow bellow was South Florida, and West
j Florida began at the Sawanee. East
jand West -Florida were arbitrary-

terms, laid more by the old 'Spanish
lines than natural divisions. We
seldom hear of East Florida no v.
West Florida seems to step at the

Chattahoochee, and North Florida to
extend from that r:ver to the 'At

seems to
Hernando

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

. (Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, In advance. . "2.50
Three months, in advance 1.25
One month, in advance 50

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

.$8.00
. 4.25
. 2.25
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U: FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
FRANK CLARK.
For Commfssioner of Agriculture:
W. A. McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
Vor State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL.
.For Representatives:
W. J. CROSBY.
W.T.HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
ALFRED "AYER.
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.

Por County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners!
W. D. CARN.
WALTER LUFFMAN.
X. A. FORT.
S. R PYLES.
For 'Members of School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
' .J.S.GRANTHAM. 'v

"It pays ;a store to have a pretti pretti-glrl
glrl pretti-glrl cashier these hard (times. Its
easier to jglve rthe coin up to her;

, It is reported that the sultan has
insinuated to the kaiser that he
m-ust have a little coin, 'to ihelo keeu

.up his army or disband it.
i,
According to the Brooksville Ar-

parents and 'Boleslaw Zalesky own

'France at this juncture also, it is
exceedingly likely that Germany and
Austria, after whipping their en enemies
emies enemies in the .west, would go back to

the aid of Turkey. After tearing up today bein

that "scran of naner" rfrarriinr Rni-jthe d3y for

gium, the Germans needn't expect
any nation to put much faith in' their
International agreements.

Tan.tic. Central Florida
extend from Alachua to

j inclusive, and wo suppose all below

great many phosphate mines in Cen Central
tral Central Florida, and some cotton is rais raised
ed raised in the same territory. We have
not, however, noticed any lEast Coast
paper referring to its "section as

South Florida, and we seem to re

member Teading about frost near

Miami last winter or the winter be

fore.

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keep themselves inconstant touch with the inner workings of
the bank and, having the interests of the community at heart,
have always contributed to the promotion of every worthy enterprise.

We respectfully invite you to call sm:!
ness needs with us.

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The city council will meet Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night, and during -the session
will make arrangements for the en ensuing
suing ensuing bond election. The Star is in informed
formed informed that the council will devise a
ticket for the election of the 27th,
by which the elector can vote sep separately
arately separately on each provision of the or ordinance
dinance ordinance for or against sewerage,
for or against waterworks improve improvement
ment improvement and ice factory, and for or
against street improvement. The
Star 'thinks it will 'be wisdom In the
council to make this arrangement.

Quite a r umber of people say theyi

'will vote against the entire bond is issue
sue issue 'because there are one or two
things in it they do not approve of.
If the different items are separated,
some of them are sure to carry, and
it is 'possible all may.'

Somebody said something about

"newspaper day,"' and
every Florida ipaper to

boost its section. The Star can not
set any day for 'boosting. It boosts.

its town, county and state at every

chance it has. and will never iwait

for any date on the calendar.

Florida; fl.fce darge number of win

ter -visitors returning" from south

ern (Florida and desiring to attend

the exposition at San -Fninriseo be

fore returning to Lheir hemes in
the north t.-j-.-.M find t his the most

convenient and desirable roiiiie.
Such a schedule .A-culd not only ben

efit northern and west Florida, tut
the entire state.

Belgians

The Germans invite the

who have left their homes to re

turn; and -promise them protection

as long as they are peaceable. The
Star .would advise the Belgians to

go back -heme. The charity of the

stranger is often as cruel as the ire

of an enemy.

MARIOX COUNTY BUSINESS MEN

iMrs. G. W. Tartt and daugnter,
(Miss Ocala, were pleasant visitors to
Tampa Saturday morningr. B rooks rooks-rill
rill rooks-rill e Argus.
.This Is the first time the Star iias
ever known a girl to fbe 'named 'after
our city. And yet it is a handsome
name and a distinguished one. The
Star recommends the first young
couple that Iras the opportunity to
iliffi their daughter out of the com com-imonplace
imonplace com-imonplace iby naming: her "Ocala."

7The commissioners of Sumter
county will hold a special meeting

vwt3iether to onake an appropriation j si on from 1917 to

ror tne Marion-bumier u? air.

The current issue or Lixie conn

tains a very handsome' picture of
iMiss Mary Frances Knott, the v-ry
pre fTy and accomplished daug"hter of
Comptroller W. V. Knott. IMiss Mary
will iprobably be the brightest orna ornament
ment ornament of the Florida executive .man-

that Is, if

sihe doesn't set up a (mansion of her

own in that time, .which judging by

The Star deeply sympathizes with nher looks is very lflrely

S. 'N. Graham, editor of the Sumter

?Countv Times, in the death of his Great Britain 13 ibn'nging heavy

little daughter, Florence, who ipass- pressure to ibear on the neutral aia-

In ushnell on the 9th of this and 'Holland, to keep them from al-
month. lowing supplies to be shipped into

Germany thru their ports. Of these
nations, Sweden favors' Germany;

the other three the allies. .The po-

Dixie says that Judge Bert iFIsh

of the criminal court of -record of

Volusia county and State Attorney

Gary D. landls of the seventh judi judicial
cial judicial circuit are holders of passes

from (the Atlantic Coast
such be the case, 'the

Had Better Obtain their Annual

Licenses at Once
A serious condition is J likely to

confront the sheriff's office in a few
days, and it (may he necessary to se

cure an annex to the county jail to

accommodate the ibxisiness tmen who y

are evidently anxious to try the ac-

oom'moiatiions of the county'

Last year about one thousand con

cerns paid a license to. do business 4n

Line. If Orange county, ibxtit up to last night

gentlemen only ahout 250 had "secured the

should at once resign their officer,, necessary permit to do (business dur-

If they do not resign, the igovernor Ing the period from October l, 19I4,

should susnend them. to October 1, 1915. It is .hardfy

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likely that 7o0 business (houses ihave

Frank Witten .McCormack, only Prosed up iwithout any one finding it

eon of CM r. and Mrs. iF. R. QlcCor

mack of Live Oak, died at their

home Oct. 14. He 'was ,a:f bright,

tmanly, 'lovable' boy, and a loving son

and brother. Many hearts in, In

verness will he sa.ddened! by the

news. riihe h earnest sympatny oi

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out, butt irather a. (big" ancrease la
rwttiat Is suspected. If a license Is not

procured pretty soon It is understood

County Solicitor W. L. Tilden r.twill

ibegin the filing of Informations, and

it Ts thn that the lail is likeQy to

ibe overcrowded, -unless, of course,

their friends here goes out to the delin'quents prefer to ve ibond
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(bereaved parents and sisters- The

funeral services were conducted in

Live Oak! today:- Inverness Cfrron-

fcle.

iMr. OfcConnaclr wa for a mimber

or years editor of the- Inverness ness ?nen ihaving- paid their licenses

Cfirrrmlclf- and the numerous ifrfends I "V to date

that willy amounlr to. more than, the

license. Orlando SentTneL

The Star is infonmed that a sim

ilar conditfon of affairs prevails In

ithis county, oompiaratively few.'biisi-

ho a:nd 'his wKe'have in this territory

sincenelr svmDathijrev 'wRfr thorn In

their great sorrow.

They will' have to pay or go out

of 'business;, and' 'be 'proscuted "be

sides, so the Star takes the- liberty of

, Txfrninding ihm of the necessity.

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IT IS NOT AN EXPBNSF. BUT IT IS IX'ONOMl

BltY PAINTS ANI) '"BRIGIITKN UI YOUR 1IOUSR.
THFN TC.b; IT !J?KI'S LTFU -WOUTH LIVING TO
IIAVK A C I lUllllFVli LOOKING llOUSi: TO JAV1Z IN.
, OUR PAINTS Iff l: tiikir cclor and last,
vn;, srall i! LLi TRU si:li:ct Tin: COLORS THAT
"MATCH" ANI HARMONIZE.

The plunder of Mexico and Peru
tiy the Spanish conquerors 'will be

nothing compared to the -plunder of jsition of Holland daily becomes imore

America 'by some (warlike European
nation some itime in the near future,
xmless we soon prepare to defend
ourselves.

Americans bad better beat their
surplus- plowshares and pruning
liooks into swords andT tbayonets in
the nex't year or two. -War is a

dreadful thing especially for the

nation that it catches unprepared.

precarious and it Is almost certain

that the little nation -will ihave to

Join the allies or lose its Independ-j

ence. 'Holland, though of small area

in Europe, has a gTeat colonial em em-;
; em-; pire in the East Indies, which she

would lose as well as her independ independence
ence independence if she cast her fate with Ger-

I many.

Mr: IM. J. Roess has in tlifs morn

ing's Banner, a well written and in

terestfng article in favor of tfie ibond

issue. He gives the names of the
FUorida cities that have recently

bonded' for improvements, and th&

list is long and imposing. There are

two things, (however, about the list

that do not 'go to 'support Mr. iRoess

argument. One is that no town nor

city has 'bonded as 'heavily dn pro

portion to' its resources as Ocala is

asked to bond. The other is that inaugurated:

nowhere in the- list appears any men mention
tion mention of bonds for. a mnnfeipal ice

plant; .

NEW SCHEBULE ON"
V THE COAST IiIXE

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After Oct. 20, Ocala will' Have Siv
Trains a Bay
Th e Atlantic C oa st Line rail roa d
announces that effective (Monday, Oc October
tober October 26, the night train between
Jacksonville and r St. Petersburg,
known as CSTo. 3Tand No. 38r will be

TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE

AYITH FLORIDA TETOIIXUS

The .Washington government
should put a stop once for all to

Mexicans firing across the boundary
line. Times-Union-
If Washington .would only remove

the troops supposed to 'be on the
border to protect Americans, the

people living along the line iwould

mighty soon make the (Mexicans sick marines by rail from

If the Germans capture and can

hold Ostend, it will be the source of
a greater danger to the British than

the threat of a Zeppelin invasion

usiien-a nas not a gooa naroor ana a

vreraran neet couia not use it as a

base without first defeating the Brit

ish on the sea. But a submarine

can (be loaded on two freight cars,

and the Germans could send sub

their North

k.oI firing across dt.

When Summerfield sets a brick
Mln, a peanut butter factory, a cold
storage and ice plant, other indus indus-ilries
ilries indus-ilries -will follow rapidly. There's a
market for bricks and our farmers
can supply the pinders and the meat.
Summerfield Chronicle.
Summerfield is a live little town,
and has more "get up and get" than
many a place four times its size.

Sea ports and launch them at Ostend

in striking distance of the British

(harbors. Three or four submarines

would make the sea between Bel

gium, Holland and Britain nnsafe for

unusn snips, eitner war vessels or

merchantmen. Its true that Ostend

is now under the guns of the British
fleet. But half a dozen of the Ger

man cannon -tnat smasnea tne de

fenses of Antwerp iwould make the
British ships keep out of range.

siustMmiigfsamam&sssss

Sunset Limited May Run from Jack-

s sonville to San Francisco

Times-Union: A new transconti-

nental railroad route, with Jackson

ville as its eastern termrnus, is one

of the (possibilities 'for Florida dur-

insr the comins: 'winter season, and

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the matter is being handled by the weaving jacuvme ? v.

railroad commissioners with the arriving at Leebur.

passenger agent of the

R.

It is rumored that Russia iwill se se-eele
eele se-eele from .the triple entente and
leave France and Britain to fight it
out with the dual alliance. It Is
said that the kaiser has promised to
ive Russia a free hand with Tur Turkey,
key, Turkey, to induce Austria to let Servia
alone and to give Ser'ia a seaport
jind (Montenegro additional frontage
oa the Adriatic. .This -would be an

The Ocala Star says that the phos phosphate
phate phosphate mines are (located in "South

i (Florida. It is high time that the

boundaries of South Florida be defi definitely
nitely definitely fixed. We always associate

ihe name with the beautiful royal

spalms and cocoanuts and frost-proof

groves of the state. (Miami Metron
olis.

When the editor of the Star came

ladvantageous arrangement for Ruf- to Florida, twenty-seven years ago,

.Ia if it was adhered to. The Rus--i3aiL5
could smash Turkey and take
Constantinople in a -few months. It
would however be very rdishonorable
lien Russia to desert Britain and

the tourist was always considered in

South Florida when he reached San-

ford on his .way from Jacksonville.

The region down toward Miami was
not referred to as South Florida, but

Southern Pacific railroad. J. iH

Parsons at New Orleans.

The effort to 'bring 4 the Sunset

limited thru Now Orleans to this

city, thus giving the country the

only real transcontinental route.
The general passenger agents of
the Seaboard Air Line, the Louis Louisville
ville Louisville & iNashville and the Southern
Pacific railroads are working on the
matter and the railroad commission

is asking for the service. In addi

tion D. C. Campbell of this city has

written the railroad commissioners a
letter which was made of the corre

spondence between that 'bodv and

the officials of the Southern Pacific

railroad.

The state (railroad commissioners
will hold a conference in Tallahassee
October 2G with the 'general passen passenger
ger passenger agents of the Seaboard Air Line
railway and the 'Louisville & Nash

ville Railroad Company, as has al already
ready already been announced for the pur purpose
pose purpose of inducing thm to join this
move' and extend its Pacific coast

train, the Sunset Limited, from New

Orleans to jacKsonviiie, as such a
limited schedule, transcontinental
route will have been established

that will be far ahead of any other

It would throw a large travel thra

Train No. 37' will leave Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 9: 30 p. m., arriving St. Pet

ersburg the next morning- at s

o'clock. 'Returning train (So. 38 will

Heave St. Petersburg p. m., arriv

ing Jacksonville 7 a. m. These trains

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win carry ,. ru'iimau steci ui.viiit3

room (high class sleepers between

.New York, Washington, Jacksonville

and St. Petersburg.

Trains known as Nos. 9 and 10,
wnich are now being' operated' be between
tween between acksonville and St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg will .be shortened to run be between
tween between Jacksonville and iLeesburg,

and

10:20 p. uu

a.
a.

(Returning leave Leesburg' 4:40
m arriving Jacksonville 10:55 10:55-m.
m. 10:55-m. making all local stops.

This will give the patrons of the
.Atla-ntfo Coast One three' daily

trains to tGainesville, .Ocala ami

mm

iLeesburg and double daily service

between Jacksonville and St. Peters

burg. s :

Trains (Nos. 39 and 40 iwhich now

leave Jacksonville at 9:30 a. m. and

arrives St. Petersburg 9:10 p. m.,

and No. 40, which leaves St. Peters

burg 6:20 a. m. and arrives at Jack

sonville 6:30 pi m. will on and after

October 26: No. 29 leave Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 9:30 a. m. and arrive St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg 8:20 p. m., and "No. 40 will
leave St. Petersburg 7 a. m. and ar arrive
rive arrive Jacksonville 6:30 p. m.
With this change of schedules it
will quicken the time between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and St. Petersburg thirty
minutes, and give the patrons of
the Coast Line excellent service.

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DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONS
AT A PRICE THAT VILL SATISFY YOU. BUT, "DON'T RUIN
YOUR EYES.'

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Xtlxst oCAIjA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, OCTORER 17, 1914

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GREETING THE WRONG MAN

Flour and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
Important Too
RUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
Wfiat Would You Good Folks Ho?
COME EARLY AM) AVOID THE RUSH.

PHONE 108

CITY MARKET

mi. TTifa

have just added to our business, a large
w anH mmnltP lino nf f ho hocr Irnnwn mol'c

of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rimsJThe goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing. you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.

OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS,
"The Buick Agency

OCALA, FTORIDA

PHONE 271

The Management of DR.-. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxter s stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

Put Your Ad. inthe STAR if you want RESULTS

j Ex-Governor Ruchtel of Colorado,
will Speak at the Chautauqua
j Next Season
i

The Chautauqua next March is to
be honored with the 'presence or
cne of the country's most brilliant
natic-nal characters in the person personage
age personage of ex-Governor Henry August
'Buchtel, .of Colorado.
"Gov. Buchtel is one of the sbiggest
men in every way that ever stood
upen the Chautauqua platform. For
eloquence, rapid action, intensity of
-thought; and humor, he Is unsui unsui-passed.
passed. unsui-passed. He is one ofthe most force forceful
ful forceful and able of the many great men
of America.
Gov. Buchtel served his state two
consecutive terms and his adininis adininis-itration
itration adininis-itration brought him into eminence
all over the United States. He has
-made the greatest governor the state
of Colorado has known.
His election to the governor's
chair was most unusual. At the
time a minister of the gospel ami
chancellor of the greatDenver Uni University.
versity. University. The office sought him at a
time of crisis in his state. His great
brilliancy of mind justified the Head Headers
ers Headers of 'his political pary in asking
him to become candidate for gover governor.
nor. governor. A whirlwind campaign was made.
It is ibelieved that he has made
more speeches than all his competi competitors
tors competitors ttogether. In his addresses he
was never once interrupted or asked
a question. The bid campaigners

say that deliverances of, that charac

ter were never before heard
any political campaign.

The unqualified respect of all his

hearers was retained. With the of

fice seeking 'him, unpledged to a soul,

with a campaign characterized by

such a high discussion of principles

and such a freedom from personali personalities
ties personalities and clap-trap as to astonish the

oldest inhabitans, Governor Buchtel
was elected and set himself about

lifting the administration up to his

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life-long ideals.

Never before in 'the history of the

country had a clergyman of the

church and a college president been

called to be governor.

To 'have Governor 'Buchtel in this
city at the local Chautauqua is a
stroke for the management that
should be armreciated. an honor to

any town, and will prove an unusual

treat ito all w ho near him in hisjnas

terful (lecture. "The Pleasantness of

American Life."

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Cases of Mistaken Identity That Have

Been Chronicled by a
Collector.

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BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays ayear for the Daily JStar- a $5 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a $1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

Marion Hardware" Company, Hardware ......... 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry 5 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods . 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture 10 jer cent
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer . 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, MUlinery 5 cent
B. Goldman, "Why ray More?" 5 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes ...5 per cent

BOERS ARE STANDING
15V GREAT BRITAIN

To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, ust what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon hook is at the grocery store, you tradev twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk $19 or
your check, and he will tear out of your book $1 worth of coupons and your bill is paid. v0u have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your nest purchase Is at the furniture house, whose
name you see oh the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they rill give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bedfor $10 $9 In cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Yoar purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in ctsh and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupoii book, but It would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.
Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and keep it too,"
If you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star or the Weekly
Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yor remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

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Scrapbook keepers and chroniclers

of odd things who are on the alert to

increase the store of Interest grip grip-pers
pers grip-pers are able to list no end of mis mistakes
takes mistakes made by prominent men at vari various
ous various times and places. One of these
collectors has gathered Incidents that

might easily make 200 pages of an

ordinary book. He insists that all are

as true as well, as true as anything
can be that you hear 'about.

According to this collector, eays the

New York Sun, there's a Brooklyn
clergyman who went over to Newark

to fill a pulpit one Sunday and greeted
three men as the pastor of the church

he was to preach in .before he shook
hands -with the right man. One or two

deacons and other members were wait waiting
ing waiting for him in the vestibule when he
arrived.
He thought he knew a minister
when he saw one, so he put out his
hand with a "Glad to meet you, doc doctor,"
tor," doctor," only to find it wasn't the pastor.
Then he looked from one to the other
and stretched out a hand to the sec second
ond second man, scoring another mistake.
Finally, inside the church on the way
to the pulpit, he was sure the minis

terial-looking man who advanced
toward him was the pastor, and so he
greeted him that way. But it was a
trustee.
An insurance solicitor, top notcher,
of one of the big companies, called on
a prospective risk at his Riverside
drive residence one evening o nail
him for a policy. He talked eloquently
and at length. When it came to sign signing
ing signing his man' he found he had been
talking to a nephew of the same man.
The nephew was already insured, but
had listened because he was interest interested
ed interested in insurance
The scrapbook man has a great
number of clips to prove that slouch slouch-ily
ily slouch-ily dressed Gen. U. S. Grant was re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly mistaken for some third third-class
class third-class subaltern. Dispatch bearers
who had never, met the general often
galloped up to headquarters and were
directed to a group of officers of which
Grant was one. Often the papers
were handed the most nattily dressed
or the most pompous appearing officer
in preference to Grant.
A droll-minded, little, Inconsequential-looking
man of London used to
take great delight in inviting promi prominent
nent prominent men to visit him and see the
mistakes they made in supposing
somebody else was he. Hearty greet greeting
ing greeting would be half finished before they
would discover the mistake. The little
man wa3 a famous Egyptologist and
used to send out his 'invitations in an ancient
cient ancient hieroglyphics, which may ac account
count account for the upsetness of the visitors.

The cases are numerous in which

in' visits of ceremony at courts and

among naval commanders of warships

of different nations in harbor ridicu

lous mistakes in, identity have been

made. A French admiral is reported
to have put forth his most formal
greeting to a marine officer on board
the ship he was visiting, supposing he

was the commander In a newly de

signed uniform. At a detached sur surrender
render surrender of troops in the Russian-Japanese
war a Russian commander very
formally offered his sword to a war war-correspondent.
correspondent. war-correspondent. ;

South African Farmers Give the Em Empire
pire Empire their Efficient Support
. Capetown, Oct. 17. (As a result
of Col. 'Maritz's rebellion in tha
norchwest of the Cape provinces,
Gen. Louis 'Botha, premier of the
Union of South Africa and com commander
mander commander of the troops of the union, is
taking the field earlier ith'an he or originally
iginally originally intended to. Gen. Botha is
'I.0aclng 'himself at the head of seve several
ral several strong Dutch commands, organ organized
ized organized on the old burgher line, which
are affiliated .with Tegiments trained
by the union defense force.
Commandants, field cornets an i
burghers who served under 'Gen.
EoLha in .the South African war, are
rallying 'to his call, Irrespective of
their political feeling, to fight along alongside
side alongside the English in -defense of the
empire against rwhich they Were in
arms twelve years ago. This fact
has 'had a marked effect on -waverers

who are mow fiocking to -Gen. Bo

tha's standard.

The other rebels within jthe union,

having declared themselves, the gov

ernment considers itself not obliged

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to deal gently with them out f con

sideration for certain Dutch people,

who, even though they are not

siTong supporters of the (government,

are said to have drawn the line at

rebellion.

The government is also adopting

strong measures by arresting promi

nent men- who are suspected of sow

ing sedition, ; charging them with

ihigh treason.

Gen. iHertzog, w;ho has been one

of Gen. Botha's most hitter oppon

ents, 'has placed his services at the

disposal of the premier.

SUMMERF1ELD SIFTIXG.S.

Tho Bettor Vall-Board

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npHERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the1 cost of con

a tractor'3 labor a way to cut on th
I cost of material a way to build

better moie permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board I
Easy to Apply
BADGER-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. All the tools
needed are hiromtr and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled end painted with many beaut:-,
ful, effects.

Permanent V alls at
Lower Cost
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
end samples
J. D. "McCASKIIiL,
State 'Agent, OCALA, FLA

Gold-Plated Door Knobs!
In some of the $25,000 a year flats
on Fifth avenue. New York, the hard hardware
ware hardware is gold plated. Hinges, window
brackets, fixtures, door handles, key
plates, hinges are all treated with
gold before being placed in position.
All that is required to keep gold in
fine condition is a slight rubbing
with a piece of dry leather. No
polish is necessary and the woodwork
near this yellow hardware is never
tarnished.
Silver plating on white metal is
used on the trim In the dining room.
Nine coats of paint are spread on the
walls of the dining rooms In these
magnificent flatsthe same care being
used as with the paneling of a motor
car. The walls, Instead of being highly
glazed, have a soft, silky finish.

Hen In Ostrich Class.
Even the hens of Winsted like to
do unusual things. Rolland Wilson
has a Rhode Island red with an es especial
pecial especial dislike for the old-fashioned
life. The other day this heri, which
is a year old, made up her mind not
only to win fame for herself, but to
add new fame to the village of her
birth. She achieved her purpose by
laying an egg the like of which never
has been seen here.
L As a matter of actual measurement
the egg's two circumferences are
eight and one-fourth and seven and
one-fourth Inches. It weighs five
ounces. Poultry authorities will move
to Missouri before they pass on any
contentions for this record as the
mark for the year. Winsted (Conn.)
Dispatch to New York World.

Meeting the Emergency.
One day Jones lost a button from
his serge coat, and on leaving for the
office on the following morning he
asked little bridie if she wouldn't re repair
pair repair the damage during the day. Lit Little
tle Little bridie, of course, sweetly prom promised.
ised. promised. "Where are you, Harry?" called' the
young wife on hearing hubby rambling
around the house that evening. "What
are you looking for?"
"I am looking for my blue serge
coat." answered Harry. "Did you sew
on that button?"
"No, dear." came the. startling re rejoinder
joinder rejoinder of wlfey. 'I couldn't find the
button so I sewed up the buttonhsla."

(Chronicle)
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iMiss .Nellie Clyburn, accompanied

by her sisters, Kathleen, and Grace,

visited Ocala Cast iSaturday after

noon.

W; W. iStripling and ihis daughter,

Miss Ellen Stripling,, of Ocala, were

here last Ayeek and paid tis a very

pleasant visit.
A. C '(Mills, f Lander, Wyoming

is here and may remain permanent

ly. (Mr. 'Mills lias purchased land

from the Florida National Land Co.

and expresses himself as thoroughtly

well pleased.
Be. J, C. Boozer, formerly presi president
dent president bf the Commercial Bank, of
Ocada, was a visitor .to our section
last wek. Dr. 'Boozer was driven
there -in an auto 'by 'Mr. E. E. JDobbs,
manager and 'proprietor of the 'Flori 'Florida
da 'Florida (House. i
.Mr. and -(Mrs. W. L. .Miller, and
their daughter, 'Miss Irene, who have
foeen at Mcntbrook for the past year,
caime'home last -wek to ltiok after
their farm near Leyon. Their daugh daugh-tre,
tre, daugh-tre, Miss Irene, left .(last (Sunday for
iRomeo',, where she will teach school
this term.

APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
'LUMBAGO

. Your attacks of lumbago are not
nearly so hopeless as they seeai.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the 'back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan 'fa, which
penetrates quickly all In thru the
sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and makes It feel fine. Get a
bottle of (Sloan's Liniment for 23
cents of any druggist and have It In
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money "back if, not satisfied, nut it
does give almost instant relief
tues-thrus-fri-wkly

New York Uses Much Water.
In the vhoIe world there are onljr
about 1,500,000 people. An Inch of
rain on our 'watershed, normally would
give two gallons of water for every
man, woman and child on the surface
of the earth. Put !t another If
every man, woman and child on the
face of the earth shon Id 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 that
city ten days.

OPEN. I) Ax AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L; depot
corner. Mtals a la carte and lunches
at any !ocr. Adv.

KEEP YOUR STOMACH 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 digestion,
gestion, digestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic effect on the
whole system purify the blood and
rid you of all body poisons thru the
bowels. Only; 25c. at your drug druggists.,
gists., druggists., tues-thrs-fri-w
Extreme of Laziness.
"Noodles is the laziest man I know.
He has an invention fixed so that by
merely pulling a wire in bed he can
light the fire; but that doesn't seem
to improve' matters." "Why not?"
"He's too tazv to pull the wire."

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5 Gals. Oil (All this wk)
1 pk I. Potatoes (Allvk)
White House Coffee, lb .
1 pk S. Potatoes (All wk.
3 Cans Balto. Tomatoes
I lb Rumford R. Powder.
Good onions, per pound
6 pkgs Sensat'n Tobacco.
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10 lbs Grits
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13c Stuffed Olives, bot.
15c Catsup, Dottle.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OOTOHER 17. 1914

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

Thought for the Day
.Flowers swing censers of rare per perfume
fume perfume to sweeten all the air. The sun
warms the glow and brightens and
kisses the frozen lakes and streams
until .they break into singing -waves
of Joy, thu3 nve are lifted Into the
-purity, beauty and fragrance that
unfolds the mysteries of life unto
gladness.
(Mrs. It. D. Thompson returned to today
day today from a summer spent with her
daughter, 'Mrs. C. E. Powell and fam family
ily family in Roanoke, Va.
iMr. Frederick Hocker was the
host at a most daintily appointed
and beautiful stag dinner last eve evening
ning evening at 'his home, the occasion being
just a happy get (together of bachelor
cronies for the sake of Auld 'Lang
Syne. The dining room 'was most
attractive in its appointments of
dainty llnen and cut glass, the table
(being centered iwith a great silver
French basket of gorgeous dahl ias.
The dinner 'was a most (tempting and
delicious one. Covers were placed
tfor fire, namely: 'Messrs.. Clarence
iMeffert, Norton Davis, William ul ul-slock
slock ul-slock and T. !D. Lancaster. ;

Dr. and airs. H. F. Watt .have fln-
ished moving into their pretty new
home in Linwood and yesterday :Mr.
and IMrs. W. U. "Highlands and family
moved into the iljeill flat, which will
the their home for the winter.
Miss A li ed Goodwillie, assistant
in the Postal Telegraph office, has
returned from a visit to relatives in
Jacksonville.
IMaster Clarence Christie (has re returned
turned returned to Ocala and is again -making
jhis ihome with his grandparents, (Mr.
and -Mrs. C. L. iMoore. 'His another,
iMrs. Daisy Christie, has a good po position
sition position as stenographer with a Tampa
firm, and will probably soon visit
"her Ocala .friends.
Mrs. G. W. Cleveland returned
liome today from Du nnellon, twttieve
she has been the guest of iher niece,
3Irs. G. S. Davis.
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' Mr. W. W. Stripling and daughter,
iMiss Ellen' Stripling, have returned
from a trip to SummerfieTd and vi vicinity.
cinity. vicinity. Mrs. Carl B. Van Deman 'has re-
turned from Biltmore, Xv C, and 13
the guest of iMrs. lA. G. IWithie, in
"Riverside, after which she will spend
"the winter with Out sister, Qlrs. W.
W. lHarriss in Ocala. Jacksonville
Metropolis. :
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Mrs. Xanle tilers of CTresrerrC.,

'Mr. PauljHyers of (Lake City, ami
Mr. iHardy Getson of 'Webster, are

sguests of the family of Dr. S. H

"Blitch at BliGohton.

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, Judge Josepih Bell and 'his sisters,

(Misses ueme and UJaisy, -received a
.telegram this morning, announcing

fthat another dainty Qittle daughter

had come to the -home of their,

brother, Mr. R. B. Bell, at -Lynn Hav

en in West Florida.

Friday evening for a visit to her
mother, Mrs. E. J. Salter. She re returned
turned returned to Kendrick Sunday morn morning.
ing. morning. iBrooksville Argus.
I. I. C. 3Ieeting
Dickison Chaxter, U. D. C, met
yesterday afternoon at a special call
meeting at the residence of Mrs. J.
T. Lancaster for the annual ejection
of officers. Despite the murky, rainy
afternoon a large number of mem members
bers members -were -present at the appointed
hour and with Mrs. D. E. Mclver in

the chair tire session was (brought to
order.
After committee and other official
reports, Mrs. Mclver, who has ful fulfilled
filled fulfilled the duties of (presiding officer
most satisfactorily, was re-elected
'president; Mrs. E. L. Carney, first
vice president; Mrs. B. A. Weathers,'
second vice-president. GIIss Annie
Atkinson :was unanimously re-elected
recording secretary and Mrs. A.
A. Winer corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Ed. Carmlchaei, treasurer; Mn.
D. M. Smith, registrar; Mrs. R. R.
Carroll, chapter historian. Mrs. J. C.
Caldwell, former secretary, was ap appointed
pointed appointed by the president to succeed
(Mrs. J. R. IMoorhead as director of
the Children of the Confederacy, Mrs.
Moorhead (having resigned on account
of other duties.
I At the conclusion of the election,
Mrs. 'Lancaster served 'her guests to
hot chocolate and old fashioned
pound cake. The social half hour
was Indeed a most, pleasant one.
Kellum-Conibear
. A special to the -Tampa Tribune
from (Lakeland ays:
"One of the most beautiful .wed .weddings
dings .weddings ever known in Lakeland took
place last night at the "(Magnolias,"
the lovely home of Dr. and Qtrs. W.
H. Conibear, when air. J. G. Keilum,
of Ta-llahassee, and MissRUth Coni Conibear
bear Conibear t were united in 'wedlock.
"The faride is a young lady of
charming character and thigh intel intellectual
lectual intellectual attainments. As a teacher of
domestic science slhe has few equals,
and in iher work as canning dub
agent of DeSoto county, she proved
to .be one of vthe shining successes
of the j state in this am port ant branch
of educational work. She;is an active
church worker and Tory popular In
social circles of the city, aud iwiil be
greatly missed. i
"The groom ds known all over the
?tate, and ihis (friends join in ex extending
tending extending 'him trest wishes on winning
so charming a woman as a life com

panion; Mr. Keilum is husiness man

ager of the State College for Wom

en; at Tallahassee, and is also sec

retary of the board of control of the

higiier (institutions of learning of the

state of 'Florida. tHe is a gentleman

n the truest sense of the word

an of 'high character and admired

and v resp ected Iby : all with whom ih e

comes in contact. He Ihas iprepared
a 'beautiful "home for his ibride at

Tallahassee, and after a -wedding

trip of three weeks in .New, York and

other astern cities, they' will (be 'at
'home to their friends in (the capital

city."

iMrs. E. Carl tHarris returned last
night from a visit of some' weeks to

ner former, ihome and friends in

Pennsvlvania and ;Xew Jersey. She

'had a ipleasant Tisit 'but is glad to be
irt Ocala again. Mrs. Harris is a
guest of Airs. B. B. Baum.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings of Ocala was a
guest at the iHillsooro hotel yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. :Tampa Tribune,
sMiss Kathrine Salter, -who is em employed
ployed employed as a (public school teacher at
Kendrick in Marion county, came in

PLEASANT OCCASION FOR
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THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Grand Chancellor of the State will Ik?
: Here Monday Evening
The steering committee of the
Ocala Lodge K. of P., namely Knights
D. W. Tompkins, George Rentz and
C. B. dfowell, have made good ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the meeting Monday
evening. There .will be work In the
second rank, which ds always inter interesting,
esting, interesting, and a smoker with discussion
for good of the order Grand Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor 'R. E. Davis 'has promised to
be present and make a talk, and
Rev. J. M. Gross of Ocala, another
(honored and eloquent member, will
also make an address. The invitation
of the committee to the grand chan chancellor
cellor chancellor received .the following reply:'
Gainesville, Oct. 16th, 1914.
IMr. D. W. Tompkins, Ocala, IFla.
Dear Sir and Brother: I beg to
make further acknowledgement of
the invitation to attend the session
of Ocala (Lodge !No. 19, on Monday
evening the 19th Jnst., and to advise
you that I shall be (present with you
at that time. (It may also (happen
ithat I shall be able to -bring a few
.members with me from this place.
With assurances of my regards, il am
Yours fraternally,
, iR. E. Davis, C. C.

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(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor)
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.

11 a. m. -Preaching by the pas

tor. Suibjeot, "Choosing a iHard
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3:30 p. m. 'Junior Union.
6:30 p. m. 33. Y. P. U.

7:30 p. m. Preaching by the 'pas 'pastor.
tor. 'pastor. Subject, "A Text for Young

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9:45 a. m. 'Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.

Subject, "a'criflce the Text of

3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon. .-.
.Subject, 'TTiie Soul's Value.".

A ; cordial invitation extended to
the public and all strangers dn the
city.
( Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 ai m. Sunday school. 0
1 1 a. m.Prea'ching. Subject, ''Les ''Lessons
sons ''Lessons firom the Garden of rethse-
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. in.- PreacMng.
Suibject, "A Lion In the Way."
All are cordially inrlted to all the
services.
East Broadway Clrarch
t 'Roy B. iBowers, Pastor.

10 a. m.-Sunday school. 'Fifteen pounds of sugar for $lr

- 11 a. nn. Sermon: "Judge Not with cash purchases of other grocer grocer-that
that grocer-that Ye be Not Judged."" 1 1 ies to the amount of $1, Saturday

7:30p. m. Sermon: "The Great! and Monday '. only. Smith Grocery

Temnftation." iNo. 2. iComnany. iad.v. 3t

Men's Class of IReligious Investiga

tion: ; r. W. T. Weaver, chairman;

Roy B. iBowers, teacher. Meeting at

(East 'Broadway church 1 0 a. m. every

Sunday. ) ' Jesus and John the Bap-

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For rent, two 8-room, 2 -story

'houses on North Magnolia street,.

near the Seaboard crossing. 'Electric

flights, water aud other modern con-

Teniences. App3y at this office.

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iJUST .UBOEITEI), A BARREL OF

CSTEW IFILORIDA SY.RUP AT CtA-RN-THOMAS
CO. 10-1 4-2t

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IMr. E. P. IRentz is in the city from
Arcadia for a visit to this family.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBATH. Ti: AM

Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar Local deeds

Mr. IRea Ferguson, a student: at
the University of Florida, came
(home yesterday for a week-end visit
to 'his 'parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. G.

'Ferguson.

The migh sdhool boys 'have formed FOR SADEJSawed cedar posts, all

mearc, any quantity. ueorge v.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

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Absolut eljf Pure
Made from
irapo Groatn of Tartar
no MLurj

.Mr. W. S. 'Hilands ihas leased the

second floor flat of the Bell apart

ments and is now moving his furni

ture in almost a carload-

has just arrived from New

Mr. and iMrs. IHilands, together -with

their father and mother ,are yet at

the Ocala (House, but will move into

their own apartment in a few days.

a football -"earn, "which: is practicing

assiduously, and expects to lhave a
(game with Gainesville in about ibwo

weelcs. Rev. Stephens and Mr. Nor

ton Davis are coaches, and following

are the (members:1 r,

Woodward Yonge, Clayton, vWdck

er, Welsh Dewey, Saan Burford, Al

fred .MacKay, Charles Savage, James

Hill, Charley Oddell, (Harley Olarsh,

George iNewsom, John Batts. iLinn

which 'Sanders, Hansel Leaven good, Roscoe

York. Meff ert.

WANTED Bright, energetic boy

to solicit subscriptions' and sell the
IFlorida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 'Fla. 10-5-1 2t

'FOR RiBNT Six room

modern conveniences,
office.

cottage, ail
Apply Star
10-8

"3JA-DE IX 3L1RIOX"

SYRUP IX THE MARKET

The O. K. Teapot grocery jhas a

barrel of new IFlorida syrup, "tMado

in Clarion," and it is fine. It is the

first they have received among the

first to come to town.

PAPER SHELL PECAXS

The O. K. Teapot grocery has a
Tot of fine big (paper shell pecans of
the Marion county variety. The nuts,

while not thoroughly dry or season

ed, are exceptionally fine.

HOSPITAL XOTES

airs. TPort and infant son returned

to their home today.

-Mr. !L. C. CNeil of Brooksville is

improving.

IMr. C. J. White of Waldo is doing

well.

'Mrs. Purdom continues to improve.

2,000 BOXES OF
ORAMGES
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Io You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on. 20-acre
tract, all fenced but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. 'More than 12,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost Teady to ship. Big, 'fine
trees, 'mostly budded to Parson
Browns.

Price of Property as It stands

$5,00.

Greatest Bargain in the County.

Call on or Address

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Room 5f 3Ierchants Block,

iFOR 'RE1NT- (A ten room house, fur

nished: well located, close In; all

-modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
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FOR SALE lA five passenger auto

mobile in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star "of "office.
fice. "office. 10-10-12t

FOR RENT After Oct. 20. the cot

tage belonging to Dr. 'E. Van Hood
at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; ibroad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
164. 10-13

POSITION WANTED A young lady

wishes a position as clerk in store
or in office work. Will work for
small salary to :begin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf

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Phone 1125,

OOALA, FL

KEYS LOST A bunch of keys,

postoflice, door and prestolight,
'between courthouse and postoffice.
Finder will please return to this
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18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
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Fine for both stove and fireplace.

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THE OCALi EVENCfG STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914

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Sooner or later you will be vrronrr in every crrran of your

body. It is a well known fact that over 935 of all sicknesses
are caused by ailmenta of the digestive organs. If you have
the slighest suspicion that your stomach requires treatment,
don't delay a moment. Little ills soon grow into serious ills.

BE. PIERCE'S
(SoMena pedlneaE Mscovenry.
soon rights the wrong. It helps the stomach digest the food and manu manufacture
facture manufacture nourishing blood. It has anionic effect and soon enables the
stomach and Jieart to perform their functions in a natural, healthy
manner, without any outside aid.
. Am Dr. Pierce's Golden LIcdieal DUcovery contains neither alcohol nor
narcotics there is no reaction. For over forty years it has Btood the test of both
use and abuse and is today the greatest remedy of its kind in the world.' Begin
cow. Take it home today. Sold by Uedicine Dealers in liquid or tablet form, or
send 50c to Dr. Pierce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial box.
For Sle yon cam set the Common Sense Medical Adrtser,
1008 pages cloth bound to pay cost et palling.
. -i Write Er.V. amerce, DIfaio R. X 1

CHARLESTON

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

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(The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders Board manufactur manufactur-ed
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For samples, prices; etc., call or write

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Rough Dry Work Done 0 Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles wasted
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CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
flflPENAL SUM LHOi

Ocala, Florida W. Ft. King Ave.

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Star Want Ads. Bring Results

EVERYBODY J'LHISED
WITH THE IDEA

SEVERAL BIG SHIPMENTS

Big Meeting to be' Held in Dade City
in Behalf of the Florida Vege Vege-'.
'. Vege-'. table Marketing Bureau
. A big: meeting in f the interest of
the Florida Vegetable Marketing Bu Bureau
reau Bureau .will be held in Dade City' Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Oct. 31. Dr. R. T. Weaver,
chairman of the finance committee,
will preside. The meeting has the
-hearty support of the Dade City

'board of trade, and growers and J

other 'leading business men from
Auburndale, Bartow, Broolcsville,
Clearwater, Eustis, Lakeland, Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, (Mulberry, Mount Dora, Plant
City, Seff ner, Tampa, Tavaxes, Tril Trilby,
by, Trilby, Umatilla and Wauchula have al already
ready already promised to be in attendance.

WILL VLSIT TAMPA

Of Phosphate WII Soon be Made
from Florida to England
John G. Anderson of the Tampa
Coal Company, who has just return returned
ed returned from a trip through -the phos phosphate
phate phosphate mining section of the state,
says the rphosphate mining concerns
are employing more men than was
the case a short time ago, when a re reduction
duction reduction of forces was made ibecause
of the curtailment of demand for
rock caused by the : European war.
Several big British steamers are
booked to come into port -within the
next two jweeks for 'large cargoes of
fph osphate. Of course, there -will be
no shipments of rock to German
"ports until the war is over, ut fthe fthe-demand
demand fthe-demand from the 'British Isles and
'Japan is picking up. Tampa notes
in Times-Union.

Mr. J. D. jRooney, chairman and
Dr. R.- T. Weaver, chairman of the
finance committee of the 'Florida Veg Vegetable
etable Vegetable Marketing Bureau, -will go to
Tampa tomorrow afternoon on busi business
ness business for the 'bureau.

SELLING THOSE FORDS

Mr. IMward Tucker,, agent for the
Ford car in this section, received an another
other another carload of six. a 'few days -ago.
SMr. Tucker lias sold seven or eight
of the popular little car during the
past (few days, among them being one
each to .Messrs. A. iM. Lansford, Alf Alfred
red Alfred uA.yerf Qlusser of (Fruitland Park,
J. O. Goiner of Weirsdale and R. tE.
Fort. : '": '-:.J.:-A' ;

INSTALLING A 'CASH SYSTEM!

Mr. B. Goldman is. 'having a very
complete Lamson's : cash system in installed
stalled installed in .his new. store, the Ocala
Bargain I louse. '

CARN-THOMAS MARKET OPEN

The Carn-Thomas Company ; open opened
ed opened its market department in its big
grocery, store this morning and has
been doing a nice business. It has.
every facility for handling this bus business
iness business to advantage and .will eere
the public .well. The market opened
with a fine stook of all kinds of7 f reh
meats. ;, .,

DUNNELLON DOTS

' t(tAjdvocate) :-;:
, Annie ;Uaurie, the little 4 year old
daughter of fMr. and Mrs. Z. Elston,
had the misfortune to break her
arm flast week. 1
Mr. W. K. Zewadski, a tprominent
attorney of Ocala, .made a business
trip to bur city Saturday. I -
. Jas. T. iRawls can soon qualify as

a demonst-Tator on eilos. tHe is. a

wule-awake farmer and naturally
finds a "silo -. indispensable." He has

many interested visitors during the

filling operations, and many converts

to the silo have been ma.de amoag

the farmers.

Mrs. iW. 'A. Davis and baby, after
an extended -visit to ihome folks in

Alabama, returned ihome last' week

much improved in ihealthy ;

Mrs. (E. C. 'Hood returned Friday
from a pleasant Visit with Qlrs. Har Harmon
mon Harmon lHead at Fort .Meade, and iwith

Mrs. -Walter Bellah at Palmetto.

(Mrs. -H.- Peters and "iVirs. Charles
J. Tullis "were visitors in )cala the
past week. ; V l; ;
(Mr. and Mrs. J. J. i Olixon, of
Williston, spent Tuesday night with

iMrs. L. V. lixon, going to Tampa on

Wednesday morning.
Miss Lbuise Guest of Williston, is
(the attractive guest of fher sister,
Mrs. Sam. W. Petteway.
.Mrs. lA. J. T cker of Ocala, spent
a (few days this week in Dunnellon
visiting her daughters, iMesdames B.
F. Duke and Harry Peter.
It will 'be interesting news to ,the
many friends of Dunnellon's former
(high school principal, Mr. Frank H.

tEllis, to Team of! his marriage to

NMiss (Mary WTickliffe Austin, at

Lexington, Ky., October 1st. At
'home in their Apartments in the
Wincoff iHotel, Atlanta, Ga., after

the 10th inst.

Dunnellon sub-school district has

purchased ten iots at Ohatmar, a
suburb of Dunnellon, and contract
was awarded to R. O. Hacks, of In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, to remove the "wooden struc structure
ture structure formerly used by the Dunnellon
high school there to 'be used as a
s'chool for the colored children.

BROOKS CAME CLEAR

Mr. Walter Pedrick (has returned
from ronsonV where he 'went to be
present at the tTial of Robert Brooks
for the killing, last Covemher, of
Ben (Brooks. 'Both young men were
prominent in jthat section and the
trial attracted many people from all
jver the county- The trial lasted

only days and less than an ihour

was consumed in' getting a jury, -with
only five objections -from 'both sides.
State Attorney Long had three as

sistants sto represent the state, CHeze-

kia!h Wilson and" Pinnell & Pinnell,

while the defense' had three .lawyers,

Ceil. Robert W. Davis of Tampa, and

Messrs. John Willis and PredvOub PredvOub-berl'j.
berl'j. PredvOub-berl'j. The" trial resulted in the ac acquittal
quittal acquittal of young Brooks. 'His de de-ffense
ffense de-ffense of justifiable homicide was sus

tained. .' ' ;
BIG WORK AHEAD v

TOR THE BUREAU

Dunnellon (Advocate : Thev 'Florida

Vegetable (Marketing Bureau df it re

ceives the support and cooperation it

deserves f rom the f armers of Clarion

and other counties, iwiill .turn; the
scales ih' favor of the fanners," not

only by providing a market 'for veg

etables, and truck through its splen

did selling organization, (but &lso by
promoting the canning industry to
take care b f -that part of the crop
which is usually wasted because of

an unfavorable market. We tare as

sured that arrangements, ihave been
made with a large "wholesale hous to

market all j goods canned and put up

in a standard paek under the bu

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sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders t?oth large and
small.
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
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Dunnellon (Advocate:- Since -; the
slump" in. phosphate mining, (farming
seems to have' taken a firmer hold in
DunneJcn. Several of our promi prominent
nent prominent citizens are about to engage in
this laudable industry.

COXCRETE ADXICE FOR
; GROU'ERS OF COTTOX

ROSE BUSHES WANTED

The nurses at the Clarion County
Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate the gift
of rose cuttings or plants of any
kind. If you (have any flower plants
you wish to give, please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be "appreciated.

We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two-25-cts or oOcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

To the Commer cial Bodies of the

South:-
; There is a concrete suggestion
f or the relief of the cotton section.
Please 'bring It to the attention of

ihe officials of your city who are in

terested. ;

The United Spates consnmes 40

o-'f -ioTir ? coition ; crop, and .me- see no

earthly leason why this should not
be increased so much that it will be

finnecessarj'' to Import much, if any,

jute from India. 7
. "Investigations -should begin at
home:," and me were surprised at
finding that out own firm could in increase
crease increase its consumption of cotton
goods over 100 To Illustrate:
We have1' discontinued the use of
jute bags for feed sacks, for burlap
covers and for bakers flour sacks,
and shave -substituted cotton sacks.
Therefore, the, mill today is consum consuming
ing consuming every; 2 4 hours the following :
(a) $500 worth of cotton flour
fbags; ib). $200 worth 'of v cotton
feed bags; (c) $ 4 0 0 worth of cot cotton
ton cotton covers for small bags; (d)
$2 5 worth of cotton bakers' bags.
Total SI 22 5 worth of -cotton sacks
consmed each day.
Two .weeks ago we were using
each day only the attitude marked
"(a)". -The Tesult as startling.
lEvery jobber, retailer and 'baker in
your town should demand that his
flour and feed come in cotton and
not in 'burlaps. The expense is a lit little
tle little more for cotton but. a broad
minded mill figures that it is getting
its money back and more because of
the increased prosperity enjoyed by
the cccton section.
Furthermore, sugar fertilizer,
grain, produce, etc., can just as well
be packed in cotton as in burlap. The
producer will use cotton if the job jobber
ber jobber demands it, so we say, it is
strictly up to you. Remember that

this would bring the United States

cosumption from 40 of the total
crop up to 60. Surely it i3 worth
striving for. Please, have your
newspapers take it up.
Cotton mills are hardly operat-

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; And if the teams could talk they would thank-you, too for helping
to lighten vthev 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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Tickets on sale Oct. 24th, good to return Oct. 25th.

STAXDAUD RATLROAD OF THE SOUTH

M. R. WILLIAMS, Passenger and Ticket Agt, Ocala, Fla.

ing 12 hours they should operate
24 hours! iBear in mind .that In
two weeks time Ballard has made
a change in his packing method
which means that instead of con consuming
suming consuming S 180,000 worth of cotton
goods in' a year we are consuming
$367,500 worth. What Ballard has
done, every other mill can he forced
to do.
Gins should use cotton cloth for
bagging.
Can -we count on your co-opera
tion in this great -movement? Am

.erica raises not one pound of jute,

Yours trly,
Ballard & liallard 'Co.

AUTOMOBILES

Light your automobile with, elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars vrito
Box 1073, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td

See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t



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Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, 3Igr.
Funeral Directors
Licensed Embamers
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 91.

All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
i 11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.

Hdwr & MaeKay
FuncraJ Directors
UNDERTAKERS and ETtlBALMERb
flue Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All "Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. 3IcIVERf . . .1 104
C. V, ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office. 47

BEACH CLUB AT PALM BEACH
GAMBLERS' PARADISE.

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Reckless Spendthrifts Win Occasional Occasionally,
ly, Occasionally, Though Money Is Almost Invari Invariably
ably Invariably Left in the Wide Open
Coffers of the Bank.

The play at the Beach club is worth
studying, being bo unlike the usual
gaming. It is a sure thing for the
house, yet the most dangerous kind,
the kind where the winnings of a
month may be swept in an hour. The
recklessness of these spendthrifts
who know nothing of money values
makes them dangerous to the house.
They do mt play skilfully, place their
bets regardless of accepted rules, and
destroy all the laws of averages. I
have seen a few play, or attempt to
play, abortive "systems," and one or
two try systems learned from a book;
but the majority ignore entirely the
laws of mathematical progression upon
which "systems" are founded. The
nominal limit at the club is $1,000 on
a color, although this limit may. be
raised indefinitely by a simple request,
and It is not recorded that the pro proprietors
prietors proprietors ever refused to permit a

plunger to dive as high as he pleased
provided he could afford it. The

player swill stumble upon a run of

ay system has been extended.
, To facilitate the woi$ of sinking
the bridge cylinders an artificial is island,
land, island, made of coral boulders and con concrete
crete concrete in sacks, was created, one; on
each side of the stretch of water.
This bridge was made by Indian la labor,
bor, labor, under two contractors. There
was intense and sometimes by no
means friendly rivalry between the
two crews of workers.
New Epoch in Java.
In Java there are more than, twenty-four
living converts from Islam to
evangelical Christianity. There seems
to be much ferment in the Moslem
communlty.'A great popular organiza organization,
tion, organization, the Sharikat Islam, has been
formed and holds immense congresses.
A missionary in Java writes that
greater changes have come into, the
aalnds of the Javanese In the past
year than in twenty-five years. "We
stand before a new epoch

CITY 'REGISTRATION

BOOKS ARE OPEN

The city "registration books are
open and those who wish to vote In
the coming bond elections "had best
go- tr the city clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop properly
erly properly registered. Poll taxes are paid
In the county tax collector's, office at
the court house but the fact that you
are correctly registered in the county
books wilkjiot entitle you tovote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books.

NOTICE

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased -portion of the
ear. There is only one iway to cui-e
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you can bear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it 'is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, end unless the In-

flflmmnUnn ran fhp to.1rAn.nut snd f his

luck, or drop a disproportionate bet I tube restored to its normal condition,

upon a single winning number. Many hearing will be destroyed foreve;

Df them play the long shots steadily 'nine cases out of ten are caused by

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert worn
guaranteed. References given.
Associates with Herbert Latfoer
distributor
W.-W. Kimball Co.. Ocala,

PHONE 503! 5

Fop Good Wood
BIG Load for 51.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAK

At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
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and, of course, occasionally' some, one
wins a large amount in a hurry. I
once saw a young fellow put $10 In
checks on number 5, get $350 for it,
put $250 of that on the odd, $25 on

each of the corners round the five,
and $10 on the 5 which repeated. He

placed a pile of checks on each num

ber in the first 12 except the 5, played

the first 12 to win and stacked a huge
bunch on the red. In three rolls of

the wheel he had won nearly six thou

sand dollars. An hour later he quit
about five hundred dollars winner.

These winnings are not regretted
much by such clubs.. I saw one case

of how such "killings" affect the I

Beach club. A young Falls River fel- I

catarrh, which is nothing' but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the jhucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We twill give one huudred dollais
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by

iHall's Catarrh Cure, end for cir

culars free. F. .J Cheney and Co

Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,

75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for

constipation. adv

Building Dams on the Ice.

The government engineers on the
upper Mississippi have found that by
constructing the dam on the ice in the
winter they can often build them in

shallow places and across sand bars
which are inaccessible to the barges

.,oh Koon vt ,iar!v and steamers in the summer months

evening and losing -almost as regu- j the ScIf ntIflc American states. The
larly-how much I do not know, but work also can be done niuch more
It ran into thousands. One eve'ning I cheaply.
he had just uch a run1 of luck as I The wUlows and rock are. hauled

t upon tne ice Dy teams anu uuiuuucu ttu

tne place wnere tne aam is to oe con-

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Pay Your 1915 Automobile License

and Get a Brand New Tag for
Your Car
The 1915 automobile licenses were

due Oct. 1st, 193.4. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so In open violation of the laws of

Florida. All funds derived from, au

tomobile licenses for private use go
Into the road fund.

, 1 Respectfully,

3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

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

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge ?Co. 19, P. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. ftl.
Jake Prown, Secretary. Ad

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

have described, and, as. nearly

could tell; he took about six -thousand

flollara nut of th r1iitv rncsirlv mnrp

but not -much. Before he reached the me same memau hh ubeu u u

Breakers, where he was stopping, the

structed. The building crews follovir

L ALEX AM DEI
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made cn all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

contractor in the city.
HEAR DEATH
BY SMOTHERING

Est Husband, With Aid of Cardui,
Effects Her Deliverance.

Drarjer. N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, o!

this place, says: "I suffered for years,
with pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
but then 1 would get worse again. Final Finally,
ly, Finally, rny husband decided he wanted me to
try Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he
bought me a bottle and I began using it.
It did me more good than ail the medi medicines
cines medicines 1 had taken.
I have induced many of my friends to
try Cardui, and they all sa they have
been benefited by its use. There never
has been, and never will be, a medicine
to compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is
a good medicine for all womanly trou troubles."
bles." troubles." For over 50 years, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving woman's sufferings and building
wak women up to healtn and strength.
If you are a woman, give it a fair trial.
1 should surely help you, as it has a
1 lillion others.
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Writ t: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies
Adrisory Dept. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Sudai
Instruction on your case and 64-page book. "Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. N.C 1 26

sum of his winnings, according to cor corridor
ridor corridor gossip, was trebled. In the grill,
where he was buying wine an hour, la later,
ter, later, the statement was made he had
won $35,000. By midnight it was re reported
ported reported as authoritative that he had
won nearly one hundred thousand dol dollars
lars dollars and that the Beach club was hit
hard. The next afternoon and evening

play at the club was much heavier,
and applications of membership were
In such demand that I was offered $25
for the use of a membership card for
the afternoon by a young man who

had neither the wealth nor the Influ-

ence to get in. American Magazine.

mer months. A mattress of willows is
made, loaded with rock, a second wil willow
low willow mat laid on top and so on until a
dam of proper height is com acted.
When it is finished, the ice is cut
away and the structure sinks to the
river bed of its own weight. The work
on the ice has been progressing for
three years all along the upper half of
the river.

WOULD YOU BELIEVE JT

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

Steel in Old Skyscraper.
Among the first of the tall office
buildings in New York was the Tower
building, which although only ten
stories high was considered a sky skyscraper
scraper skyscraper when completed in 1889. Its
recent demolition has called attention
to its position among pioneer con constructions
structions constructions of the modern type onlce
building and it has been mistakenly
credited as the first example of steel
cage construction. It illustrated an
early stage in the development of tall

steel buildings, the different character
of details prevailing only twenty-five

years ago, ana anoras vaiuaDie mior mior-mation
mation mior-mation on the effects of corrosion on
iron and steel members imperfectly
protected through a quarter century of
service.
A careful and thorough examination
made as the building was demolished
showed practically no case of very bad
rusting, that is, of corrosion sufficient
to impair the strength of the metal.
Engineering Record.
Build Island to Construct Bridge.
With the completion of the Pamban
channel viaduct connecting Tonitural
in India with Pamban on the Island

of Rameswaram the first linK nas
been forged in the railway line be between
tween between the south end of the Indian pen peninsula
insula peninsula and the island of Ceylon. This
viaduct is 6,776 feet long. Rail con connection
nection connection Is made across the island of
Danishkodl and then by steamer

People often accept statements wit
a sortfi

People often accept statements
'With a sort of mental reservation as

much as to say, "I am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," which leads us to .remark that

there is nothing that will so thor

oughly satisfy you of the excellence

of Chamberlain's Cough 'Remedy as
a personal trial. Mrs. John 'Fishtou,

feru, ind., who used this remedy in

xxi mny 1 or Tne jast ten years.

says of it, "I always give Chamber

lain s cough .Remedy to my children
when sick with coughs or colds. I

l.ke it better than any other because
they take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It has never failed

give immediate relief." For sale

oy an tiealers. a(jv
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xu. uuj-iiis drugs nere you are al

ways sure of tested quality and ab
solute purity. Gerig's. 10-7

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.
3 Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

ODD FELLOWS

Tnlula Lodge No: 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets in ifonge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 .o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to 'visiting

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

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

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Shipping of Freight,

Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
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IXVESIGATE.

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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every tMondav at 7 :30 p. m., at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Cober.'C. C.

Chas; K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 1 4 meets at

the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns tre always welcome.
F. J. (Burden, C. C.
. Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, ;West.

Post Box 5J8.. Local, or
Long Distance .Phone, 2"3

99

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Jolmny'o F2ac

AM now In business for myself. Conducting a IDh Class rc: rc:-tail
tail rc:-tail bar and 'Mail 'Order nouse. I can give you the best there

is, and as much as any one else jn business for your money. Seven
teen years in the business has taught me what .the public want?,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. J&99, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8 : 3 0 p. "u.
Visiting brethern always welcome 2o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffiop.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon.. C HA

Good Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs

zX per gallon.

Rye,

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Kalloa.. $1.75

Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
Ie;rit'mate house.

A. D. BROOKS

Has .moved his General 'Merchandise

Stock from Main Street,, next door
to the City Mraket to iiie new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Mag-Qolia
Qolia Mag-Qolia and South Second Street, where
le will be pleased to see his friends
ind customers.
cTRST CLASS FAMILY' GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

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

I OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.

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

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

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

Make any place your headquarters, while in the city. You will uo
?crv,t at.flii times and on every, trasz-c-

tion at "Johnny's Place." t ry rJ

The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in hot
ties and on draft. .

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THE OCALk EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 7. 1014

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

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K. of P. meet iMonday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Beard of Trade Thursday evening.

Qloose meet Thursday night.

Woodmen .meet 'Friday evening.

WEATHER REPORT

This Teport is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

Royal Arch meets Friday night.

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

v Trade at Gerig's.
best always.

Quality, the
10-14-tf

All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. lO-l-'tf

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

ICE CREAM, all that
Implies, at KREGDR'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

After a year in the -west and
northwest, Mr. iHugli McCredie .has
returned to Hits ihome In Ocala.

Max. MIn. R. F.
Oct. 1. . . . .81 67 1.36
Oct. 2 82 69
Oct. 3. ....... .82 67 .41
Oct. 4. 83 66 .38
Oct. 5 -84 67
Oct. 6 84 68 .45
Oct. 7. . .83 68
Oct' 8 ....S3 68
Oct. 9. .82 65
Oct. 10 ..82 64
Oct. 11.. ... .. .84 65
Oct. 12. ...... 183 61
Oct. 13. . .83 61
Oct. 14 ... . . 82 65
Oct. 15. . ..j . 88 66 .33
Oct. 16 . .75 55

Forecast for this Evening and;
Tomorrow

Generally fair tonight and Sunday.

THE MARKETS

NAVAL. STORES
iNew York, Oct. $ 17. Turpentine,

48. Rosin $3.80 to $3.90.
PROVISIONS i
Chicago, Oct. 17. December

wheat, $1.14. January pork $18.67.

-Lard $9.97. Ribs $9.72.

The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi

ness a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum

stances.,
'We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors.

ROYS HAD A, LIVELY'

.' GAME HALL,

Friday, afternoon there was a ball
game between the Boys' Club an1

the eighth grade of the Ocala high

school, resulting in a victory for the
eighth grade by the score of 1 4-to
10. The features ',. of ithe game was
the' hitting of Manager Jones. In
six trips to the plate he got a sin single,
gle, single, two doubles, one triple and was
walked once and made one out. His

first double came when the basses VALUE CAN'T

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were full, and the score stood six to

3 In favor of the fBoys Club, and his
triple when the 'bases were full again.

His second double (when two were

BE OVER ESTIMATED

Dunnellon' Advocate: The state
rpres3 generally, carries reports of

on bases and his -hitting won the prepamttons for the coming county

DENNISON'S lunch sets and. other
paper novelties at KREGERT. 924-tf
General tflenry iLong is in the city
today from ihis ihome "Swiss Cot Cottage"
tage" Cottage" ait QIartel.

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

Qlr. Dow -Beck te a popular re pre pre-sen
sen pre-sen tatire from the 'Berlin district in
Ocala today. v

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

S. N. Igou, of Ocala, -was a visitor
InS BrooksviHe, iMonday. Brooks-
ville Argus. v

If you don't know ns, ask your
doctor. Gerig's, a reliable drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. 10-14-tf ;
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The city council at its aneetdng
last night restored 'to the registra registration
tion registration books the names of A. (A. Gra Gra-Iham,
Iham, Gra-Iham, .B. E., J. C. arid Xi. CM. Raysor.

. 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. ady. 3t

County Judge Smith in hds

ithis morning uhited in wedlock Mr.

V John .Metrie andJMiss EfRe Carram, n

rqung couple ofihis city.

"Sunny Jim," alias M. E. Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, who Is one of the "hubs" of the
shoe business in Florida, and an in inveterate
veterate inveterate traveler on railway trains,
was in Tampa yesterday for the
purpose' 'of denying the rumor of liis
death. The cause for the denial was
the publication of a news dtem from
Kathleen under date of October 5. In

which it was stated that '1M. E. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson died at (his home faere JMbn JMbn-day.".
day.". JMbn-day.". The Kathleen man ,who died
was not "Sunny Jim," who is still
very imuch alive. Tampa Tribune.

:R..B. Bullock, one of 4he brightest
and most successful criminal lawyers
in Florida, was in the city last night
on. ihis return from Bradentown to
his home In Ocala. Mr. Bullock shas
anany friends in Tampa who are al always
ways always delighted to Welcome him. -Tampa
Tribune.

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

iMr. Jos. W. Dodge has bought the
iModel Pressing Clubi from Robert
White, and has placed In charge Mr.
Frank Whitney, a Jiustling young
man .from Jacksonville, well ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the business and who
will def iflrst-olass work. Robert
White, while running the pressing
clusb, has shown (himself a good bus business
iness business man fo- a .boy of sixteen. ;fMr.
Dodge, in addition to his .big i paint painting
ing painting 'bnslness, has taken a hand 'in

several smaller entefprlses, and al

ways with success.

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

WThen yov nee(? stationery, go, to
KREGER'S. 9-24-tf

Our fountain service includes p
feet cleanliness in every detail

Gerig's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7

;B B. 'Baum, proprietor of a. popu popular
lar popular cafe In Ocasla, left this tmornin?
forjSafety Harfbor, after a stay of a
day. In Clearwater. Mr. JBaum says

that Ocala is the ib'est inland town in

Florida, -but the most prosperous

town in the state is Clearwater.

Clearwater Sun.

game. The line-ups : were as follows:
Eighth Grade: Manager Cecil R.
Jones, c; Charles Hardage,- p ; H.
sMarsh l b ; Everett Clay ton 2b;

Walter Moonhead, '3b; .Joe Brooks,

ss; John Strunk, If; iRalph Caldwell,

of; Curtis Conner, rf 'r

Boys' Club : Roscoe Meffert, p ;

Reuben Blaiock, c; Wallace Canova,

lb;. JManager Weill" 'Meffert, 2b ;

Julian (Rentz, 3lb; Lindner McConn,

ss; lHardld Smith, if; (Robert Wall,
cf; Robert Blake, of. .

a great ways off. We hope it will be a

'record breaker hoth for exhibits and
attendance There is not a farmer

in either "Marion or Sumter counties
:who can afford to neglect visiting
it, as Its educational value cannot

bo over estimated.

Phone 14 to have your prescrip

tion filled. Phone 14 is Bitting &
Knight's drugstore.

Mr. (Herbert k Seagroatt arrived in

HAD TAKEN HIsSvEIGHT IN

. 3IEDICINE

M. D. Faucettrof Gillsville, Ga.,

the city yesterday from Orlando 'en saya ,ne ,hd taken his weight in med-

route to Atlanta, out or-which cltyjicine for headache and const! pa pa-he
he pa-he is traveling from a large paper tion, ibi t never oised anything: that

house. ... aia ;nim so maicn gooa as cnamoer-

lam s laniets. or ... sale oy all
dealers. adv;

DUNNELLON FARMERS DAY

NOTICE OF

ELECTION
BONDS

TO ISSUE

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j-ou will find a cult of our niakis::
retains its shape. That's fcecauso it
fs tailored, not merely prc-sscd, into

the

.r.ncnts ..Lot ns make you :

You'll, not alono !'

Opposite narrl; ta nl;;i ucU

OCALA,

'.suit fcr a trial.

better dressed than ever before, bat

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yc-':i stay that, way. For our suit:
x Jin their good 'looks till the last.

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Advocate: .If present plans are
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carriftd1 out 'Dun-nMlon a Farmers I W hereas. an ordinance has been

t mtt r.A in timmvinnin I passcrx Dy the city of Ocala calling for
Day will be second in dimportance J an election to submU to the registered

only to the AlarionSumter Fair, and tetr

ft rwill be (held previous to,ithat. on a three hundred AND five thou-

day to ibe chosen. .when the coruv-en- dred thousand DOLlAlts.of said

ienoe Of the speakers dnyited has bonds to be used for the construction
. 7 . ot. sewers within the corporate limits
been ascertained: It is, (hoped that of the city of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED
botfc Congressmen 0ark and Spark- Joulfoth purSLe pavinl

tman wUH accept. Dr. Weaver has al- ???pr.0J 0'Vlf t?x ?ld- citJl

ready accepted, and rwith a epresen-1 bonds to te used for the purpose o

Jtatire from tho vxpeMmeatal ALUon SSff-fS? "tie JSS'Sty SSifilfS. co,
at Gainesville, the agricultural pro- porate limits of the said city; and
v TT,t. FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
gram wlla ;be in able Jianfds. CVVlth of said bonds to be used for the pur purine
ine purine exoneration of .both the Iboards pose of equipping, extending and im-
me awperauon w .ooun Ttiie.itKw.ras provingr tne ,water work3 piant an3
of trade and the tfairmers of tMarion system of said dty and 'erecting; and
, w constructing in connection .therewith
and Citrus counties a anembrable an ice plant for the manufacture of ar
day is hoped for with a large' crowd "?Sl&JSe oxL the -Aal,' clty -,of ?calli;
r a sain banns to hp. in th flpnnm naflnn t.f

in attenedance. A dinner andTJIbar-1 one thousand dollars each, and -bearing

interest at the rate or nve per cent, per
annum, payable in not less than ten nor
more than thirty years from date of
issue. :
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in .ttte undersigned as mayor
of; the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and, order an election held on the
,. 27th day of October. A. D. 1014
in the. said city of Ocaia to determine
whether or not the said city-of Ocala

shall issue bonds .to the amount of

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See our line of stationery ibefore

buying your supply." The Court1 Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t W-

The best ice cream in town at the

A IN THE -FA1IOUS Anthony and Sugar !I lam mod: Trucking c:

o lately the property of the Anthony Farms Company. TI:i

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for peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes end TatcrrneloD3.
OR WRITE US at once and make' an early selection.

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Conrt Pharmacy. Sunday orders a three hundred and five thou-
. ia'o 1 SAND DOLDARS; ONE ; HUNDRED

NOTICE

It was a matter of deep regret that

the inclemency of (the weather inter

fered twith the regular -weekly band
concert last night. Those ipleasant
evenings on the square Histeening to
the insipiring "music have become a
thing apaTt from all other entertain entertainments
ments entertainments and cannot well be done with

out.

Purity in drags is everything Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.

. iMr. J. X.. Smoak, who was found
guilty of killing squirrels out of sea sea-.
. sea-. son in Judge Smith's conrt a few
.-days ago, has filed application for
another trial, and will be heard
next rweek. iMr. Smoak says he has
snore evidence to submit.

iilr. Raymond OB. Bullock returned
last night from, a visit to the (Man (Manatee
atee (Manatee section. 'He says that the peo people
ple people of Bradentown are 'prosperous
and contended, and expect to havea
large number of visitors there this
winter.

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Furniture Repairing
. I have moed to the' Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where-1 am prepared to do
all kindsof Fnrniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in, this line and all work
guaranteed.
I have just received a big
.line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.

A. M. BOBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE

Scotch Collie ipaiips and young stock
for sale; thoroughbred and acclimat acclimated;
ed; acclimated; eligib'e if or registratron. The
Ortega Kennels, R. F. D. No. 4,
Jacksonville, iFla. 10-17-lt

iressrs. !S. B. SHgh of '"Leesburg,
the well -known commission merch merchant,
ant, merchant, and IMr. F. R. .Eckhold of Eus Eus-tis,
tis, Eus-tis, a ilawyer of note, were in the city
today on business.

Pay Your 1015 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct.Mst, 1914. 'Any con

tinuation in business after that dae said bonds to be used for the purpose

of,
the

THOUSAND DOLiLARS of said bonds to

be used for the construction of "sewers
within the corporate limits of the- city
of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS Of said bonds to be used for

the purpose of paving and improving
the streets of said oity; FIFTY THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to be
used for the purpose of constructing
public buildings and parks within the
corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND .DOLLARS of

i.-,ut.c. of eQuiDDins:, extending and improvin

wiiuuut mm yuuiiums.iucro V1"" the water works plant and system of
is in ooen violation of the laws Of said city -and erecting and constructing

the State of .Florida. ,The tax COi- for the manufacture of artificial ice
TxrHl 1cna thp Hron?P And fur- for the city of Ocala. Said bonds to be
lector will lsse tne license ana lur in the denomination of One Thousand
nish all blanks and other information Dollars each, bearing interest at the

rate or nve per cent, ana payaoie in nw

on request. Respectfully, 5
V. EI Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-301

air. L. A. Gable came in last night

from Orlando. He reports the roads;

in bad condition on account of the
(prevailing rains. iMr. Gable had a
succession of tire trouble all the way
over, which was .most unpleasant,
he 'having to get out and do patch patchwork
work patchwork so often in the rain.

Buy Tarro Feed; builds cows up;
makes imore milk; makes richer
milk. -Guaranteed to do it by us,
Once tried, always used. The John
ozier Co. 10-16-2t.

A PERTINENT QUESTION

The question has been asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
"They are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. Be sides
they improve the .appetite cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, while the use of pills, owing

to their drastic e'ffect, is often fol-,

lowed oy constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.

SseS IDs Mm
I Beams v
Channels,
Angles and l'
All Shapes. '' -'
Boiler Plate
Tank Steel, ?
Galvanized,
Copper and
Zinc Sheets. V.
Truss Rods, ;
Stay Bolts
Structural
Iron .Work'
Of All Kind.
All Hard Woods.
Launches,
, Dories and ;
Skiffs
Built to
Order.
Boilers and
Tanks Built
To Order.
Pumps for all
Purposes.
Competent Force
For Road Work 'at all
Times.

less than ten nor "more 'than thirty

years from date- of issue.
And hereby appoint J. M. Thomas, T.
H. Johnson and P. B. Beckham as In Inspectors
spectors Inspectors and J. H. Taylor, as clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the

hours of 8 'o clock a. m. and 6 o clock
p. m. -' ' ?
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala. this theV25th day of Septem September,
ber, September, A. D. 1914.
(Seal) J. D.. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: It. C. SISTRUNK, Oity Clerks
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NOTICE. OP E LCCTIOX TO ISSUE
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of any, concern in the Typevriter bi:::nc::.
From every anjjle and from every point
of view the Remington qualifier v.z
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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

Whereas, an ordinance has been
rvasaed bv ttie city of Ocala calllnsr for

an election to submit to the registered

voters or tne cuy oi ucaia, to aeciae
whether or not bonds to the amount of

SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND VDOL-

LJVRS be issued for the purpose ox
erecting and equipping an EL.ECTRIC
LIGHT STATION in connection with
tne city WATER WORKS; and extend extending
ing extending such lines and wires as there may
he iipfressary to furnish the -citizens of

Ocala with lfgnt and power, said bonds

to be in the denomination or une

Thousand Dollars each, and bearing in

terest ,t thte rate of nve per cent, peri
annum, navable in not less than ten i

hn or more than thirty years from date

Now, therefore, by virtue of author-'
Ity vested in the -undersigned as mayor
of the said- city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election "held on the
28th day of October. A. D. 1914
-in the said city of Ocala, to determine

TrVi .t h or- r-r rnt thp ld rltv nf Ocala

shall issue bonds, to the amount or?
SEVENTY-FIVE .THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for the purpose of erecting and
equipping an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA-

TION in connection with tne city
WATER WORKS, and extending such

lines and wires as there may be nee-j

with light and power. Said bonds to

oe in ine oenominauun ot une xuuu- j
sand Dollars each, bearing interest at j

the rate of five per cent., and payable
in not less than ten years nor more
than thirty years from date -of issue.
And hereby antoint B. A. Weathers.

L. F. Ballard and J. H. Livingston as I
inspectors and Isaa-c Stevens as clerk, j
Said election shall be held at the city j
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock!
P. m. j
In witness whereof I have heapuntoj
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala this the 25th day of Septem-.
ber, A. D. 1914.
Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON. Mayor. j
ttet: H. C. HISTRUNK, City Clerk.
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