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OCALA, FLOBIDA, 3J0NDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1914
.1P0RTAHT FUEIICH PORT Df KIM! 111 BE THE NEXT
OBJECT OF ATTACK
,itaTuieraam, vox. iy. 'A' news
dispatch today says the Germans
crossed the Belgian, border along
the coast of (France and a.re only
eight miles (from Dunkirk. An at attack
tack attack is expected shortly on Fort
Desdunes, (the outer works jf 'Dun 'Dunkirk.,
kirk., 'Dunkirk., t x ; '
ADMIRAL T1RPLTZ AT ANTWERP
The news of the arrival of Admir Admiral
al Admiral Tirpitz, .head of the German navy
at Antwerp is- taken as an Indication
that the Germans intend Jto attack
England soon. V It is rumored 'that
submarines "brave (been sent !by rail
to Belgium to 'begin operations In the
English channel as soon as the Ger Germans
mans Germans are in undisputed "possession
of the coast.
BELGIANS AND FRENCH CLAIM
- THE BEST OF THE BATTLE
Paris, Oct. 19. It is officially an announced
nounced announced thl3 afternoon that he 'Bel 'Belgian
gian 'Belgian army has repulsed attacks by
Germans and advanced. The French
(have advanced to (the north and to
the soutih of Arras.
LOSS OF FOUR DESTROYERS AND
Berlin, Oct. 19. -It is officially
admitted ithat ifousr German destroy destroyers
ers destroyers (have been -driven upon the toast
in the CCorrth Sea and .wrecked, by the
British cruiser Undaunted. Two
hundred and twenty-four men were
u u u
DESPERATE AND DOUBTFUL STRUGGLE
Paris, Oct. 19. Thi3 Is the thirty-
ninth day of the mighty battle in f
France and 'Belgium. In the north
district, (bounded by 'Dunkirk, Ar
ras, 'Oudenarde ana ostena gigantic
'maneuvers are (progressing; accom accompanied
panied accompanied by severe fighting at many
pointa. ' ;
CZAR'S ARMIES LOST 40,000 MEN
IN AND AROUND PRZEMYSL
Vienna, Oct. 19. -It Is officially
estimated that the Russians lost
40,000 men around Przemj-sl. Sev Several
eral Several Russian attacks at night were
repulsed with heavy losses, : The
Austrian heavy artillery is now ac active.
tive. active. The enemy Is being pursued
north toward Wyszekow near the
GERLVN MINE LAYER SAILING
UNDER THE RED CROSS
London, Oct. 19. -It Is reported
that a 'British cruiser and two -destroyers
ihave just captured; a Ger German
man German mine layer' disguised as a hos hospital
pital hospital ship. ';';.'' -'t-
INTERNAL ENEMIES OF AUSTRIA
ANCIENT THEBES SHATTERED r
BY AN EARTHQUAKE
Cataclysm in Greece Caused Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds to be Killed
Antbens, Oct. 19. The latest re reports
ports reports of the earthquake destroying
the greater part of the city of The Thebes
bes Thebes states that the death list may
reach six hundred.
IOE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
Badly -Damaged War Vessels that are
in Process of Building
Rome, Oct, 19.- Dispatches re
ceived here from Trieste, Austria,
say ithe attempt to 'burn the dock
yard at fMon fa Icone,, sixteen miles
northwest of Trieste, the principal
naval ship yard oX Austria, has caus caused
ed caused a deep impression among the a u u-itboritles,
itboritles, u-itboritles, as it is considered tproof
that there exists daring and powerful
internal e'riemies. The attempt -was
especially directed against a dread dread-naught,
naught, dread-naught, which, is almost completed.
The vessel .was Ibadly damage!d and
the fire also caused serious damage
to six torpedoboat destroyers In
course of construction..
ANOTHER UPSET ON THE
BLACK AND TAN ISLAND
Cape Hay tien, Oct. 19. (Rebels
ihave captured Port Au Prince, capi capital
tal capital of fHayti, after defeating 'gov 'government
ernment 'government troops, according to an of official
ficial official dispatch. American marines
nave landed at Port Au Prince to
protect the lives and property of foreigners.'
ALLIES HAVE ARMENTIERES
Tho allies claim to nave occupied
Armentieres, an important railway
junction, and ihold good positions be between
tween between Calias and the main 'force of
Germans. The 'French (have crossed
the Yper Tier. The artillery 'battle
continued around Lille.
BELFORT IS BEING B031BARDED
Hard fighting 4s -goin's on along
the east (battle line In (the vicinity of
St. Mihlel, Verdun" and St. Die. The
Germans' are bombardin'g Bel fort
with heavy siege guns.
COLOIUDO COAL BARONS RC RC-'
' RC-' FUSE TO COMPROMISE
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Washington, Oct. 19. TJie, presi president
dent president today announced that the coal
operators have rejected his plan for
settlement of the Colorado 'mining
OPliN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hiur. Adv.
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adistratioii war reveiioe dhl passes seiiate
Washington, Oct. 18. The admin administration
istration administration war revenue bill, levying
approximately $100,000,000 addi additional
tional additional taxes to meet the emergency
caused by the jwar in Europe was
passed .by the 'Senate last night, 34
to 22, after Southern Democrats in
coalition with (Republicans ( of the
Senate, desperately fought to'indeii to'indeii-nltely
nltely to'indeii-nltely postpone consideration .because
cotton relief 'legislation had' 'been de decisively
cisively decisively defeated. The amendment
to the iwar revenue ibill rproppsed by
Southern senators to provide for a
government issue of $ 2 5 0,0 00,0 00 In
4 per cent; bonds to 'purchase cot cotton
ton cotton was defeated in the Senate late
yesterday Sby a -vote of 2 1 to 4 0.
, Efforts by Southern on ember's to
cause indefinite postponement of ac action
tion action on ithe war revenue bill by a co al
ii tion with 'Republicans were, defeat
ed in the Senate by a vote of i27 to
25. : ; .,.
After defeat of all the cotton
amendments. Senator Hoke Smith, of
Georgia, moved today the war reve revenue
nue revenue bilKori the table. Vice Presi President
dent President iMarshall sustained a 'point of
order against the motion, but upneld
a motion of Senator Vardaman to in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely postpone action.;
Pending a vote on this. Senator
John Sharp Williams arraigned his
colleagues, accusing them of an un
patriotic alliance to "bulldoze"1 the
Tthe cotton relief amendment pro proposed
posed proposed by the senators from -the cot cotton
ton cotton states was defeated by a vote of
21 to 4 0.. The amendment provided
for an issue. of $250,000,000 of 3 3-year
year 3-year 4 per cent, government (bonds
in denominations of $10, $20, $50
and $100, to be used to .purchase,
from producers, 5,000,000,000 .bales
of cotton at not more than 10 cents
a pound. '
, It provided -the cotton -would be
held by a cotton (board, composed of
tne secretary of the treasury, the
postmaster general and the secre secretary
tary secretary of agriculture, until 1916, un unless
less unless the price in the meantime went
to 11 cents. All of the cotton would
be disposed of during 1 9 1 6 and 19 1 7.
A tax of one-half cent a pound on
all cotton grown and sold In 1916,
and. If necessary, a. tax of 1 cent a
pound on the 1917 crop, would foe
levied to repay the government the
amount of the bonds and all expenses
incident to the handling of the cotton.
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COLOSSAL ARMIES OF.GEBLIIYARE WELL
STAilD THE GOLD
Berllni (via Amsterdam) Oct. 19. k
The Germans nave again taken
ithe offensive on the east 'Prussian
frontier, -"FightSn g. about 'Warsaw
and in -France and Belgium contin continues
ues continues wkn&ut decisive Tesults. (Fight (Fighting
ing (Fighting is fl-ess. severe In the .iwest, but
continues despite "(heavy rain and
snow.-: The Germans are fwell equip equipped
ped equipped for the cold.
- In the east fthe Germans are ad
vancing onf Xyckr pressing'
Russians Iback- This is official.
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RUSSIANS liHAVE 'EIGIENSI ); ARM-;
A n:s alo:;g two big :uv
PRESAGE3 WAR BETWEEN TUR TUR-IlEY
IlEY TUR-IlEY AND THE PORTE
'Berlin, Oct. ;10.The archives of
tlie (Russian embassy at Constanti Constantinople
nople Constantinople 'have Ibeen sent to Odessa.
This is -believed 1 to presage the
breaking off of diplomatic relations
between Turkey and Russia. . ;
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FRENCH CRUISER ACCOUNTED
FOR AN UNDERSE1 FIGHTER
.Petrbsrad, Oct. ID, The opening
of the third week of the crcat bat-.
tie of tl;j !llur.3ians"a"ai:r.t Aus-trb-Germ:;i::j
along tlie Vistula and
San rivers found ; tire armies lock locked'
ed' locked' In a death grapple. Attacks on
Russian' defensive pocntiona" iv;cre
maintain; 'd ;wlth 'rrreat Tlror, Iiouh
every asnult 'has bcon -axpuL od with,
ihcavy Tc'jcc'3 to the Germans. Tlics
main German attack ia "beln'3 'di 'di-trected
trected 'di-trected asainst tho Rur clans south cT
Warsaw and in the -vicinity of Ivan.--gorod
and Josef owe.
; German areoplane3 Cow over War War-saw
saw War-saw yesterday, dropping five l;o:;l;;.
killing eeven aird (injuring T::;.uy..
The air thips" escaped, tL'o-JCh -fusillades
wre. jrent V.ftcr tTicm.
Tiie Russian z slot ;havo tv.o -arl
a -half -million snca-alor.i the Vir Vir-tula
tula Vir-tula and San rivers.
' CITIlUS"v; CANKER
Meeting of Growers in Tampa iv.ts
Quick to Promiv? rioney
' Tampa, Oct d 9. 'That the citrus
fruit growers of 'Florida are av,ra!;o
!to ibh'e needs of the industry and de
termined to ovTcome'and r.dvt
Cettinj-o, Oct. 19.- 'A Tirencb
cruiser sunk an Austrian submarine
off "the Dalmatian coast 'last night. j conditions, w&llo agreeing to di;:i-
- : 1 gree on less important -quertiens,
BY THE CURIOUS
3Irs. Cann:ui Is on Trial at ailneola
tMine'eHa, N5. Y., Oct. 19. Pale but
calm, Olirs. Florence Carmen today
was placed on trial for .the murder
oTiMre. Lbulse Bailey, killed in
Carmen office 'June Oth. It 4s
expected the jury will be selected in
two days. T2ie courtroom nvas jam-
ROUGH ON REFUGEES
j was demonstrated at a lartrc! at attended
tended attended 'meeting of shipper:? and
j growers this jweek. At tlifc meet meet-:ing
:ing meet-:ing $10,000 was raised to fight-the
citrus canker disease, In Florida and
committee ra'id(that it :Iiad been rp-'
preached Iby Interests which are. ex expected
pected expected to add 5,000 more.
The meeting of citrus ifruit grow growers
ers growers was called by Ivloyd Tcnny of the
Fl'drlda Growers .and Chlppcrs".
; iLeague, to discuss arid endeavor to
get a uniform method of marking
boxes of citni3 fruit; but no denHo
agreement was reached on that
The best ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. . 10-2-6t
3Iany Killed and Injured Col-
Hsfon of Trains
fHavre, Oct. 10. (Two trains car carrying
rying carrying refugees from figntlng zone col
lided fin the fog siear Boulogne this
Thirty were killed and a
CRUISIIR WAS CARELESfi
Japanese Boat Cent Under by tho
Toklo, Oct 19. The. Japan ceo
cruiser Tekachio has :been cur.': by
: 'a mine off Kiao Chau. .
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THE OCAluV EVEXIXO STAiX. 3IOXDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
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Geueral Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
1 Y. A. McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
, 1. W. SHACKLE FOR D.
W. 01. ELLIS.
or State Senator, 20th District:
! GLENN TERRELL.
W. J. CROSBY.
l: T. HENDERSON.
Fo? Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN CM. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
. WALTER LUFF MAN.
X. A, FORT.
S. R PYLES.
For CM embers of School "Soard:
G. S. SCOTT. :
B. It. BLITOH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
ians who are believed to fte well
satisfied with British rule, but there
are enough Turks -and Arabs in the
country to give much trouble if a
Turkish utinny was sent to support
them. .--.'. "
SEVEN: MONTHS OF SCRAPPING
Brooks county Georgia, is trying
to obtain some of the Belgian (refu (refugees
gees (refugees who coed 'homes.
A dispatch from Paris says:
Paul Leroy-Beaulieu, the French
economist, estimates that ea?h of
the great belligerents is spending an
average equivalent to $200,000,000
In presenting these figures to the
Academy of Mora.1 and Political Sci Science
ence Science today, he considered it probable
that the war .would continue for
seven months from August 1. Ac According
cording According to the economist the great
powers we're committed to an ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of $8,000,000,000.' Each
of the smaller states, including Ja Japan
pan Japan will have expenses from ,5 00, 00,-000,000
000,000 00,-000,000 to $800,000,000.
i'M. Leroy Beaulieu concluded:
"The large part of the savings of
the 'world will (be 'absorbed by tak taking
ing taking up the national loans and eco economic
nomic economic progress -will be seriously
31ETROPOLIS HAD A
ROOST FOR MARION
PROTECT OUR PEOPLE
UNITED STATES IS UNPREPARED
American advantage in time of war
ends 'with the fact 'that the (English (English-speaking
speaking (English-speaking races are a little the 'best
sailors, according to Representative
"Muj.-Gen. H. I. W. Hamilton, a Gardner, of .Massachusetts, wtoo in a
TBritish officer who distinguished sneeCh in the Mouse Saturday ursed
r himself in .the Soudan and South Af Africa,
rica, Africa, i3 among the slain in (France.
Congress .to adopt this resolution if or
an investigation of the preparedness
of the United States for twar.
'Do you know' he said, "how
many men we ned to man our pres present
ent present modest fleet and auxiliaries?
about 100,000. Bo you know show
T-rny we have? About 50,000 In the
tva w. and 8,000 in the naival militia.
The Clearwater Sun's contribu- an other words we have 42,000 Taw
lion .to "Newspaper iDay" was a .men to make saiilors of before rwe can
splendid 16-page edition, largely 3e- mobilize our fleet,
voted to illustrations and descrip- "You (have "heard of the sulbma-
tions oC Clearwater 'and Hicinity. Tine which the German admiralty tells
Powell thoroughly combines the. en- us destroyed three British cruisers
A dispatch from London says the
'kaiser has canned our old friend,
'Ceneral von Kluk. As it is an Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press dispatch, it must be
While the Star was not able to
aid the Jacksonville Metropolis in its
plan for boosting Florida on "News "Newspaper
paper "Newspaper Day" -Oct. 17. it admires
the way in which the Metropolis
supported its own proposition, print'
ing many pictures and pages of il illustrations
lustrations illustrations and describing the ad advantages
vantages advantages of bur state. The .Metrop .Metropolis
olis .Metropolis did not forget Marion, but pub published
lished published the following about bur conn conn-ty:
ty: conn-ty: ;
Marlon, .-the Ranner County cf Our
Marion county, known as the ban banner
ner banner county of Florida, is situated in
the central part of the state mid midway
way midway between Jacksonville and Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. It occupies -a place in tie cen center
ter center of the ridge or hackborie of the
state. Its fwest line is within four fourteen
teen fourteen miles of the Gulf coast and its
east- line within thirty miles of the
The county comprises more than,
a million and a ouarter acres.
The estimated population is ap approximately
proximately approximately 45,000, about GO per
cent white and 40 per cent, col colored.
ored. colored. The chief industry of Marion coun county
ty county is agriculture. The production
for 1911 brought $4,500,000, and in included
cluded included corn, oats, alfalfa, hay, sweet
potatoes, peanuts, velvet beans, cot cotton,
ton, cotton, cane products, rice and tobacco.
At the 1911 Marion County 'Fair one
farm exhibited ;50 different farm pro products.
There Are more than a dozen herds
of pure bred beef, and dairy cat cattle
tle cattle in the county, while thousands
of native cattle range in, the pine
woods. There are a large number of
herds of 'pure bred wine and great
progress has been made in the im improvement
provement improvement of the native "razor
Iback" hog. There are a few flocks
of pure ibred sheep and a number of
flocks graded up by the use of (pure
bred rams. The largest flOck dn the
county numbers about 2,500.
The 'breeding of light horses (driv (driving,
ing, (driving, coach and saddle horses,) is en engaging
gaging engaging increasing attention, and
mule breeding is firmly established
as a farm industry. :
" The Introduction, of the (popular
breeds of poultry has v been very ex extensive
tensive extensive on the farms of this coun county
ty county the past few years. The market
for poultry and eggs is good the year
Strawfberries are grown commerci
ally, hut vegetables yield? greater
profit.. .The finest figs, peacfre$.and
guavas are grown. The native fruits
produced wild in great profusion are
'blackberries, dew berries, hlue .ber .berries,
ries, .berries, mulberries, plums, grapes and
Pecans are successfully cultivated
in groves in a commercial way, "bring "bringing
ing "bringing an average of 25 cents ta pound,
and are favorite dooryard trees.
i;erDTise of the newspaper man and
I The Austrlans say they have
with (three successive torpedoes. We
might do something of the sort If we
had the torpedoes, hut we have -not
got them. We only have about 1,000
whittled the (Russians down to 4,000 torpedoes, tabbut one torpedo for each J statistics Prove the Great Agricul-
itmen, and are driving- that pitiful ituhe with which our ships iare armed,
j aremnant out. The Ttussians say their is absurd as if we had only one
scrmy is retiring in god order to projectile to each' gun, except that
I avoid the cholera that is ravaging torpedoes take a year to tbuild and
(Hungary. So there you are. cost $1,000 each.
"The United States, by the Mun-
The Jacksonville Metropolis is
FARMS IN FLORIDA
tural Enterprise of Our State
There are 50,016 farms in Florida.
The approximate land area of this
state is '35,111,000 acres; 5,25:3,000
acres are In farms and 1,806,000
. ,. . , j. I .Votvrl fin forma arA f,?nrirCTVed.
roe ooctrme. mas oiosea Luexico ana -r.
Bhowinff threat enterprise in witting erm Am Hra ito ionization. The The average aize or fine tfiariqa
Its Sunday morning edition -into United States has indicated to the farm Is 105 res.
t Ocala early Sun'd'ay morning. Ocala greatest military people which Asia The farmers of this state repre repre-i
i repre-i people receh-ed the first news has ever seen that she (will have sent a capital investment of $143,-
1 of the British victory, in which four none of them within her borders. 183,000.
; German destroyers were sunk, from "For 'both doctrines I am ready to The farmers of this state own $4, $4,-;
; $4,-; the iMetropolis yesterday morning, battle and ready to ipay. d am will- 446,000 worth of implements and
The Sunday edition of the Metropo- ing to be called a dosr in the mansrer other farm imacninery
j ais, like the Star, uses the Interna- if you choose. -However, I do not! The value of the domestic animals
tional News 'Service. v propose, if I can help it, to be a tooth- poultry and bees on, the farms or tnis
less old dog with a noisy bark but state is $20,591,000.
tV F iBrawner. former inresiaent no one to correspono." I fi no- average vamo ui
j-. n i, c-tofo .farm is $2.863. U. S. CenSUS TQ-
Wonv fhfi of! the noaintv school A number of citizens have ex-loort, 1910.
pressed toV the 'Star their
The Star is in entire accord with
President .Wilson in his desire to
prevent war, hut it can't help think thinking
ing thinking that in allowing the Mexicans to
fight so many battles right on the
border line, where bullets rain into
our t erri tory, kiilin g o r -woun d i n g
some Americans and endangering
many, that he is straining forbear forbearance
ance forbearance heyond the virtue point. Our
government has the power to com compel
pel compel the Mexicans to fight their bat battles
tles battles out of gun range of American
soil; it also has the right to do so,
tut we do not think it has the right
to expose cur people to a danger
that the Mexicans undoubtedly force
upon them in cr ier to partly pro protect,
tect, protect, themselves; -vV
The follow: ri.5 from tl:3 T."-Ties-Union
very clccciy expresses tl:e &tars
Prtecti'.;Tj for Americans
"Of course, a state has no right to
declare war to protect its citizens or
do any act for that purpD?e that
would (be a viea ration of war; but
when the states rave up their eights
in this respect to the federal gov government,
ernment, government, that government was plac placed
ed placed under obligations (to give the pro protection
tection protection the states have divested them themselves
selves themselves of power to give.
The -United States has not given
and is not giving, protection to the
people along the (Mexican border. It
is safe to say that ten times as many
.battles have been fought in gunshot
range of the border as in any equal
extent of territory in Mexico, and in
these battles one side or the other
uses its proximity to the horder as
an asset in the fight, van fact, it is
largely on this account that so many
battles are fought along the 'border.
One side ranges its lines close to the
boundary so that the. other side will
be hampered in attacking by a re reluctance
luctance reluctance to fire Into the United States.
In a word, American citizens are.
used as 'breastworks. The Mexicans
don't hold them up In front of them,
hut they range themselves, so that
their opponents cannot fire at them
.without danger of hitting lAmericans.
"In that way a number of LAmer LAmericans
icans LAmericans have been killed and 'more have
been wounded,: and not one thing
'has Jbeen done to punish the men who
have used American towns to screen
them from attack, and not one thing
to break up the. practice. This. thing
has heen going on during two admin administrations,
istrations, administrations, and It will continue aS
ong as only protests are used against
We do not believe that either Tex-
m m t .... i9 m .x.
as, 'Aew Mexico or Arizona, it uioy
had not heen tied, would have per
mitted Mexican soldiers to use their
citizens as shields in this- way. .This
union was formed lpurely for the
TMirnose of forotecti on against for
eign foes, and It ; Is operating along
the Mexican border to deprive the
people of the protection the states
would have given them against a for
"The Government of the United
States should declare a zone several
miles jwide along the border neutral.
It should not permit the contending"
Mexican factions to meet and fight
within that zone. It should, if nec-
ssarv. send itrooDS into that zone
to drive Mexican soldiers out of It.
We have no right to invade the ter
ritory of another nation? Certainly
not, considering that question foy it it-sel
sel it-sel f 'But 'another s nation has ho
right to stage its hattles so as to en endanger
danger endanger American lives, and If it in insists
sists insists on doing so iwe have a (right to
blot it off the face of the earth, if
ithat is the only way. by wnicn we
can put. a stop to the practice.
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Being Used in Packing Houses Near
Florida Grower: The country
(board and also a prominent, mer-hpressea totne bear tneir gratmca- . around Weirsdale is rapidly coming
chant of .Pensacola, committed sui- tion that the council would try to ACCUSED OF LIvING A to the front as an up-tOndate ipacking
eide Saturday. He shot himself thru prepare tne foona election ticket in GOOD Ii.VAV USELESS center. J. P. Campbell, of Jackson-
the head in the presence of his wife such a manner as to allow them to ville' has already Installed three
and employees of his store. He was vote 'for the different items separate- Florida Grower: 'Don't forget to modern houses In the Immediate
recently aopuitted on the charge of iy. tome nave saia anat it was write to your representative in the 1 neiboood. '' and has just received
(misapplication of hank funds. s their opmon it couldn t be done, but legislature (prospective) asking him ,a contract for another one, this time
the Star doesn t see any reason why not to vote for iForrest Lake for the rom air. A. S. J. fcKinley, of Stan-
.!. X. J J I XI a I t
iRobert Taft, son of former Fresl-, it can ana auvibes me council no speakership. Jjake's friends say that who is nutting lin their Tery lat-
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DOAT TAKE ANY CHANCES VITII YO VIZ EYES. A LIT LITTLE
TLE LITTLE CORRECTION AT THIS TIME UA YSAVE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NOV AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TESTED BY AN EXPERT. THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE, VILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES 7E WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT VILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
A p IDl lJT RELIABLE JEVELER.
XJKJL d M OCALA, FLORIDA
dent Taft, took (Miss. Martha Bowers -make the attempt. It will insure he carried out the wishes of the ma
as hishride at Washington Saturday, the success of the more important jority of the grawers, yet the Flor
The Ibride is the daughter of the late items and have a good effect In other j Ida Citrus Fruit Exchange, the Flor Flor-Sollcitor
Sollcitor Flor-Sollcitor General and .Mrs. Lloyd W. ways. v, Itda fHorticul tural Society, and the
est up-to-date equipment.
GREAT (MEETING OF GROWERS
Bowers. .The engagement caused
i comhined growers of the state who
To be Held with New Smyrna Board
. of Trade Friday
Florida Grower: The New Smyrna
Board of Trade decided at their tmeet-
much pleased comment among Wash- The .Miami Metropolis Is another j met at Tampa, expressed themselves
ington society, for "Bob' Taft and excellent paper which celebrated as in favor of the bill that Forrest
Bliss Bowers had known each other "Newspaper Day" with a splendid Lake tried his hest to hlock in com-
from childhood. Their Tomance was edition, setting forth the resources mittee, and which he proudly claims ing .recently to co-operate with the
of the old fashioned kind 'love at
first sight in their teens. Robert
Taft is '25 years old and a lawyer.
The khedive of Egjipt has been in
fonstantinoile for the past few
weeks, and the British refuse to al allow
low allow him to return to Cairo, it is be-
and advantages of its city and see-1 to have emasculated with his color vnria v?(4taKip Growers Market-
tion. i uduse. j, TAaii In' -ftsfcahlisrtiinff local as
sociations throughout the state. They
PUTTING AN END TO """ TENNESSEE 1 iia icsnpsr! insvitations to vesretable
THE WATER PESTS
ON FOOTBALL FUEL!) growers in the vicinity to 'be present
at a meeting to be held October 23rd
Dunnellon Advocate: Report comes Saturday afternoon the University state officers of the marketing bu-
from Jacksonville that It after in- of Florida defeated the football reau will be present and an organ-
lieved that he sides with Turkey in spection and report of pre-alence of team from Kings College, Bristol, iza tion launched
an attempt -that maybe made to ihyacinths in the Withlacoochee the Tenn, on the University athletic
wrest Egypt from British rule, and government engineers will put the field toy the score of 36 to 0. Gain-
PONV BUGGY WANTED
restore it to the dominion of the sal- new hyacinth cutting machine to esville Sun.
tan The British garrison of tEgypt.- work on the river Immediately. .... Wanted, a second nana pony can
In consequence of the war, has heen Let the children kodak. A little or buggy. 'Must be in good condi-
,i n rs.ooo men. The sreat "Caotivating "Mary Carstairs," at Brownie is just the thing for them, tion and quite a light one. Apply at
kit, r fv, Tvp.rn1 are Cootie Christ- The iMurrav Comoany. 19-3t Gerig's. 10-19-tf Star office," 10-1 5-tf
o a Perccn ul:d l-fiCs
Eiiusell en. Gig fmizi
Clean, Fresh, Vell Laundered Linen
? is a necessity. To supply that nc-
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Flour and Eggs are Tics and Cookies
. .Important Too
BUT If Yon Couldn't
1 1 AVE STI A ICS AXIJ CHOPS AXI) ROASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
CO.ME EARLY AND AVOID THE BUSH.
ire mi il iw
have just added to our business, a large
and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
OCALA GAS WME WORKS,
PHONE 271 OCALA, FTORIDA
Tlie Management of lR. McCLANE
4 Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment room 3 to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
lof Public Square, entrance between The
"Murray Co., and Troxier stands. V
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
I Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
; HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:50 P.M. PHONE 333
Pul Your Ad. in the STAR ii you want RESULTS
BRITISH HAVE THE BEST OP GEOLIIS Id ANOTHER IlllVilL
' BATTLE Y
London, Oct. 18 The British navy
has accounted for four more German
destroyers whiah were engaged and
sunk off Che Dutch coast yesterday
afternoon by a. British cruiser and
four torpedo boat destroyers.
According to an announcement
made by the secretary of ithe British
adtnilraltsy the British vessels in ac action
tion action were the lig'ht cruiser Undaunt Undaunted
ed Undaunted and the torpedo boat .destroyers
Lance, JLennon, Legion and Loyal.
Amphions Captain in Command
The British cruiser Undaunted was
commanded by Capt. Cecil H. Fox,
tw'ho commanded the cruiser Am Am-phlon,
phlon, Am-phlon, whilch after sinking the Ger German
man German armed cruiser Koenigen Luiz.
was itself destroyed 'by a German
mine on Aug. 6.
Thus the British sailors have tak taken
en taken speedy revenge for the sinking
of the British cruiser Hawke by a
The sinking of these four (boats
make3 six torpedo iboat destroyers
sent to the bottom by 'British gun gunfire
fire gunfire since the beginning of the var
and seven counting the torpedo boat
destroyer sunk by the submarine E-9.
, Advantage with Allie
The score in naval operations,
without counting converted mer merchantmen
chantmen merchantmen suoh as the Kaiser Wil Wil-helm
helm Wil-helm der Grosse and the Cap Trafal Trafalgar,
gar, Trafalgar, now favors the allies, which
have sunk one Austrian and six Ger German
man German cruisers and seven German tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat destroyers, 'while there
have been unconfirmed reports of the
sinking of several Austrian destroy destroyers
ers destroyers in the Adriatic sea.
Tlhe Gerinans have sunk'elght tBric tBric-ish
ish tBric-ish and one Russian cruiser, while
Australia has lost a submarine by
accident. The Russians also claim
to have sunk two German submarines
but this report is denied by Germany.
We are selling Stock and Poultr
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or oOcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Tlie Star Will Mot (Gte Away
BUT it WILL give each and EYEBY subscriber who pays a year for Uie Daily Star- a 3 Coupon
Bojkt 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. Hirers, Gents Furnishings. ....... 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture . . . 10 per cent
A. 31. Lansford, Music Dealer ......... . ............ 10 per cent
3Iiss 31ary Affleckf 3Hllinery. 5 per cent
B. Goldman, "Why Pay 3Iore?" ... . ........... 5 per cent
: Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes ......... .... ............ 5 per cent
To illustrate how the plan will save you money and bring back the equivalent in cash, Just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after recdiv recdiv-ing
ing recdiv-ing the coupon book is at the grocery store you trade 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. ou have
gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they y ill give 10 per
cent, discount); you buy a bed for $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore Is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straigh straigh-ens
ens straigh-ens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays It. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; It would take your entire
$5 coupon 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 !t 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.
WAS FIVE PERSONS IN ONE
Most Famous Multiple Being Vould
Seem to Have Been "Mtss Beau Beau-champ"
champ" Beau-champ" of England.
Rare cases of true multiple person personality
ality personality are known to have occurred and
are of extraordinary Interest. The most
famous is that of "Miss Beauchamp"
the real name has always most proper properly
ly properly been withheld which was carefully
studied by Dr. Morton Prince. By in intricate
tricate intricate steps he arrived at the convic conviction
tion conviction that In her case no fewer than five
distinct personalities could be traced.
The most vivid of all was the one who
called herself "Sally."
The normal Miss Beauchamp was a
somewhat neurotic woman, the con constant
stant constant prey of slight ailments, and with without
out without much zest in life. After a nervous
shock "Sally" suddenly became able to
take possession of her from time to
time, at first with apparent difficulty,
and then, as it seemed, whenever she
pleased. When "Sally" was dominant
Miss Beauchamp's whole nature
changed She became lively, irrespon irresponsible,
sible, irresponsible, fond of all the violent exercises
which the normal woman disliked, exu exuberantly
berantly exuberantly healthy and different from
Miss Beauchamp In every respect. She
could not explain herself, but protested
that she had "always been here," but
could not get control, and one of the
most wonderful and best attested fact3
in this mysterious case is that she con confidently
fidently confidently asserted her memory of events
which occurred when the real Miss
Beauchamp was In her cradle.
v For Miss Beauchamp, the co-tenant
with her of the same body, "Sally" had
the most intense dislike, never speak speaking
ing speaking of her except with contempt, and
doing all she could to cause her harm
and annoyance. Miss Beauchamp had
a special horror of insects and reptiles
and "Sally" was accustomed to gratify
her spite by collecting frogs, toads and
spiders and dispatching them to what
the inadequacy of language compels us
to call herself.
Mis Beauchamp detested walking,
so "Sally," when she was dominant,
would go for a long tramp, after care carefully
fully carefully leaving all her money behind, and
then, when she was ten miles or more
from home, would suddenly disappear,
and, allowing the original Miss Beau Beauchamp
champ Beauchamp to resume control, leave the
unfortunate woman to make her way
back as best she could. London Glebe.
some soup or not miiR, ana let eacn
have a supply. A warm drink is
much more nourishing than bread and
butter and does not spoil their eve evening
ning evening meal as a heavy luncheon often
Churn Held Child a Prisoner.
While playing hide and seek, the
little daughter of Lester Fahnestock
cf JIagerstown, Md., crawled Into a
churn that stood in the yard.
When found she was wedged in so
tightly that she could not extricate
herself. She suffered intense pain,
and her cries for help attracted DO
persons to the scene, but none could
pull her out
The child and churn were carried
to a blacksmith shop, where the hoops
of the churn were cut, and the fright frightened
ened frightened girl was released.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUBED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one .way to cut-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. Whn
this tube is inflamed you can' hear a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, end unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can Ibe taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the( mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. w
We -will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.;
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggisTs,
75c. Take Hall's Family 'Pills for
Senator William J. Stone of Missouri
smiled the other evening when refer reference
ence reference was made to the appointment of
postmasters. He said he was reminded
of an incident of that character.
Some time ago a salesman happened
in a small back-country town and was
surprised at the warmth of the fight
over the local post office appointment.
"Look here, Jake," remarked the
wondering salesman to an acquaint acquaintance,
ance, acquaintance, "the whole town seems to be
wildly excited ever this post office
business. It isn't a job that pays much
money, is it?".
"No," answered Jake, "it don't pay
hardly any money at all."
"Well, if that's the case then," re returned
turned returned the salesman, "why is it that
everybody takes such a great interests
in the thing?"
"It's jist this way, pard," explained
the native. "Most of us are particular
who reads our postal cards." Phllar
Path of the Kakspo.
Several birds make regular paths to
and from their resorts. These of the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers la their region. Very no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those In the haunts of the
kakapo, the large, rock-dwelling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot of the
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular paths along tho
epurs and ridges where they abound,
e o that a person might be excused for
supposing they were meant for human
feet. It Is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro cn their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they march
they snip offand perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is burled In snow they
still follow it on the surface and soon
brat down a track.
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOB
Your attacks of, lumbago are not
nearly so hopeless' as they seeai.
You can relieve them almost instant
ly by a simple application'of Sloan's
Liniment on the back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all In tnru the
sore tender muscles, limbers, up the
back and make? H xeel fine. Get a
bottle of 'Sloan's Liniment for 25
cents oj: 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 imck if not satisfied, but It
does -give almost instant relief,
Ultra-Violet Rays Kill Germs.
Niagara Falls will have the first
municipal ultra-violet ray sterilization
plant in this country, says the En Engineering
gineering Engineering Record. Contract negotia negotiations
tions negotiations were consummated June 5 for a
Mercury vapor lamps, protruding
latox channels through which water
will flow, are to be used.
The ultra-violet rays- from these
lamps have the power to kill the bac bacteria
teria bacteria In the water.
There will be seven lamps in each
of five concrete canals, although it is
estimated that 25 lamps only will be
required to handle the capacity of the
plant, 16,000,000 gallons daily.
The cost of the canals and lamp In Installations
stallations Installations will be $19,800, while the
city will erect a building and trans transformers
formers transformers to change the current from
alternating to direct, at a cost of
Tags for the Children.
Now that warm weather is coming
and the little children are outdoors
so much It Is well for mothers to put
a tag around each child's neck with
full name and address, then if the
little one wanders away from home
anyone seeing the tag will know
where he belongs.
When the children return home
from school rnd ccTlrin of hunger,
s the aver?e schrrl cliIM does, have
epared cn f o cf the stove
lorne warn rtr:r.- ei .-er a cereal or
New York Uses Much Water,
In the whole world there are only
about 1,500,000 people. An Inch of
rain on our watershed normally would
givt ., two gallons of water for every
man, woman and child on the surface
of the earth. Put it another jv If
every man, woman and child oil the
face of the earth shoold 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 Dai AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
Nothing Short of Calamity.
Holding a glass of clear honey In
his right hand, father observed im impressively:
pressively: impressively: "It cost the little beea
oiany a weary trip to fill this with
jweetaess from, the flowers. Little
Laura, who had been listening close closely,
ly, closely, exclaimed, with great earnestness:
"Wouldn't it have been too bad If one
of them had dropped the glass?"
KEEP YOUK STOMACH AND
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 foody 'poisons thru the
bowels. Only '25c. at your drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrs-fri-w
Markley (to pestering insurance
man) "Look here, when you talked
to me last year, you told me that
the company you were with was
the best in the world." Agent
"My dear sir, It ,was at that time,
out the company I am now with, hav
ng dnce had the benefit of my cerv cerv-ces,
ces, cerv-ces, has. of courpe, taken the bono
way from It.'
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
"-Tho Boff or Vall-Board
pHERE'S a batter way to
build walfo than by usinn:
lath and plaster. There's a
way to cave the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on tha
cost cf material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
Way is by using Badger-Boardl
Easy ia Apply
BADGER-BOARD 13 easy to ap
p!y. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself All the toola
needed are hiratner end eawand al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can ba pan panelled
elled panelled and pointed with rr.any beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
y,:.:;.Permarterit Walla at ;
"OADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
::AJ or-erack it makes a permanent'';
wall. In winter it keeps the best in
the ccld out. Call and see a cstnrla
of Badg-er-Doard and ask us ttout
it3 many uses.
Call on or write for prices
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
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1 f 1
5 Gals. Oil (Ml thin
1 ik J. Potatoes (All w!:)
White House ColTec, lb .
1 pk S. Potatoes (All vd;
il Cans Balto. Tomatoes
I lb Hum ford IL Ponder.
Good onions. Tier pound.
0 .Sensat'n. Tobrxco,
10 lbs. Meal
10 lbs Grits.
BACON, per pound
15c Stuffed Olive??, hot.,
, J5c Catsup, bottled
15c 2-1 b (Jan Peas
15e Corn, 2 for.
Ocala Cosh! Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort Kirirr Avenue
llercfiahts MInerslTransJ Co.
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'Sew Steamers. Low Fares. Ben
'service. Wireless telegraph ca all
iteamers. Tbrousb fares and tickets
p all Northern and Western points.
.For reservations, tickets, etc.
IL C. AVERY, Agent,
Yu gisP-M i have I
Situ ujioms9 Ihoime
Extreme cf Lczlness.
"Noodles is the fazlest man I knotr.
He has an Invention fixed so that by
merely pulling a wire In bed he cas
light the fire; but that doenn't ccero
to Improve matters." "Why not?"
"lie's too lazv to pull tne wire."
ran ocala evening star, Monday, October io 1014
I OGALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
Our soul's sweet if rails ''are iwater iwater-ti.l
ti.l iwater-ti.l with our tears the mountain
leaks that shine afar. The silent
f.tar and -pathless sea are living
i.ins of what we are. And types of
ull we hope to be.
Mrs. 'A. O. Hamrick left (this after afternoon
noon afternoon to join her husband' in Tampa
where they will make their Jhome
for the -winter. Mr. and iMrs. 'Ham 'Ham-rick
rick 'Ham-rick had at one time decided to
upend the iwlnter in Ocala, and their
4riends are indeed sorry that they
fliave changed their tplans.
airs. Annie VanDeman arrived in
the city Saturday from Jacksonville,
and twill make their home for the
winter with her sister, Mrs. W." W.
Iflarriss and family.
Mrs. R. 'H. Purdom was operated
on Saturday morning for the second
time and iher friends are delighted
to learn that she rallied wonderful wonderfully.
ly. wonderfully. Mrs. Purdom 's. mother and sis sisters
ters sisters are here to remain 'until she is
The woman's auxiliary board of
the Marion -County Hospital had its
first meeting Saturday afternoon at
the home of its acting president,
.Mrs. P. S.V Wood row. CS'o .business
of special importance was transacted
hut much routine work was (planned
for the coming season.
The children of the C. of C. will
sell candy at the Temple theater to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening for the mirDOse of
. . ... . J
Get the habit of reading
these advertisements. You
may not want roofing now or
for another year, but if you
read our advertisements you
will be thoroughly posted on
what to buy when you put
up tnai new Duuaing.
n O n
BIfied Roofing. cSSStuSt
in its three forms rolls, shin shingles
gles shingles and built-up form --is the best
that jnoney can buy, and its exten extensive
sive extensive use on factories, warehouses,
skyscrapers, business blocks, farm
buildings, army and navy stations,
residences, barns, 'etc., proves it
is the most popular roofing on
the market today.
This popularity is the result of the ex
cellent service Certain-teed Hooting
gives on the roof ancfthe reasonable
price at which dealers sell it.
2Xo Season for Xndiurtxial It It-t
t It-t prexmlon.
Prosperity Is a happy state. It
depends upon good, credit, stable
prices, employment of wage earn earners
ers earners and a general confidence In the.
Of late there seems to hare been
an unnecessary amount of business
depression, due mostly to the lack
of fairness of one class toward an another,
other, another, and to a little dishonesty or
overgrrasplng" scattered through all
the classes, but not In a majority
of any of them.
In a country of our enormous na natural
tural natural wealth, we should have little
to worry about. The United States,
with Its Insular possessions and
Alaska, is nearly as large as Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Our coasts are Indented with
excellent harbors and intersected
by internal waterways, and we
have, by far, the finest and cheap cheapest
est cheapest cost railroad transportation in
the whole world, making communi communication
cation communication cheap and easy. We have
tremendous water power and every
variety of climate and soil. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent forests cover a great area
of our territory. Our land is lib liberally
erally liberally stocked with almost every
yariety of mineral wealth, and with
our vast agricultural wealth we
lead the world In a great many
When corporations are renovated
and their ills aired by publicity,
and when business men begin to
feel a renewed confidence, and
when political "cure alls," who
have never made a success of their
own affairs, quit offering "reme "remedies"
dies" "remedies" for all sorts of imaginary
troubles; when we have full pub publicity
licity publicity in politics and In government;
when business managers and em employees
ployees employees treat each other fairly, the
causes for apparent depression will
disappear and real prosperity will
return and stay with us
CerMrn-fgef Roll Roofing- Is guaranteed 5
years for 1-ply. 10 years for2-ply and 15 years
for3-ply.and the written guarantee is backed
by the assets of our hiss mills.
In addition to above we also make a com complete
plete complete line of other roofings, building papers,
etc Ask yourtdealer. lie will be glad to
give you further information about our 4
goods and will quote you reasonable prices
General Roofing Mfg. Company
World's largest manufacturer of BoofaiJ
and. Building Papers s
Healey Building, Atlanta, Gav
Telephone Ivy 4S0S
- PkiUilpti AtUsoU GeTfUad Detroit
St. Urns GacimiaH C MineetpoE
SaaFrucuce SettU Uaioa lUaWf Sydney
raising money for current -expenses
Jthat must he met before the annual
state contention of the U.jD. C,
which meets .in Kissimmee next
month. It is sincerely 'hoped Chat
the efforts of these little girls -will
Aid Society Reception
The ladies aid society of the P
ibytenian church held its initial re reception
ception reception of the "season this afternoon
at the residence of Dr. and airs. W.
'V. (Newsome, the hours Toeing from
three thirty to five thirty. Mrs. .New .New-same
same .New-same received iher guests assisted by
her another, (Mrs. 9. E. Watertnan,
5lrs. George 'MacKay and Irs. W. H.
Bodge. 'The CCewsome fliome, which
among the prettiest in the city,
was imakie especially attractive by
great quantities of gorgeous dahlias
and cosmos artistically aranged thru thru-out
out thru-out the spacious rooms, the cosmos
being banked in the front foall with
the crimson dahlias clustered in
crjtal ibowls in the drawing room
and dining room. The pretty din dining
ing dining room table was centered wdth an
immense crystal -bowl of .the crimson
(beauties, from the hostess' own gar garden.
den. garden. .Mrs. W. V. Xewsom, Jr., and
iMrs. Ardls Waterman received most
graciously at the front door, and in introduced
troduced introduced the receiving line, which
was composed of the enw members
of tihe Presbyterian church: IMrs.
Brand, -Mrs. Garrett, CMrs. Spencer,
Mrs. OuthilJfMrs. JRodriquiez, Mrs.
iBell and iMrs. s'eely.
. Iiss Bessie fMacKay recelred In
ithe dining room with fher assistants,
blisses lEiIizabeth and lMeme IDayis,
Alice Sexton and iMarie illale, who
served a delicious if ruit salad course
with 'hot tea.
From the dining room iMrs. tE. L.
Carney, fpassed the ladles on into the
study and otherwise assisted in en entertaining.
tertaining. entertaining. In the study Mirs. John
Taylor 'presided over the phonograph
and later in the afternoon, 'Miss
essie JMacKay. gave a beautiful vo vocal
cal vocal selection.
A large number of guests were
coming and going during the receiv receiving
ing receiving hours, and the silver offering
was tmost satisfactory.
.The resuming of these teas will
greatly enliven the social calendar,
and, as has .been fthe custom, will be
given each third IMonday in every
month during the season. The after afternoon
noon afternoon wti'th IMrs. Newsom was of
special pleasure and interest to the
enthusiastic members of the organi-
zation and their friends.
. .Mr. Rae (Ferguson retuimed to
Gainesville, this morning to re
sume Ihis studies, after a week end
visit to his parents, Mr. and (Mrs.
J. G. .Ferguson.
. tMr. and tMrs. Ernest Crook, who
were married in this city on October
5 th, returned yesterday evening
from their bridal trip spent In 'New
York city, Washington and, Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. Irs. W. P. Edwards, after a visit
Of ten days in Orlando, as the guest
of IMrs. Stringer, returned Saturday
afternoon, accompanied .by her sister
iMiss Bertha Christian. Mrsv Ed Edwards
wards Edwards who has not been at all well,
is greatly improved and tfor the pres present
ent present fis spending a wlhile with ner par parents,
ents, parents, r. and iMrs. ai.'T. W. Christ
ian, at -Oak hurst
Mr. and JMirs. .W. J. Crosby of Citra
were in the city yesterday at the
hedside of (their little son, Master
Pawe Crosiby, whom, we are pleased
to state, is rapidly recovering from
.his recent serious operation.
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The Star sincerely regrets to learn
that 'Mr. S. iH. Webb of -Houston,
Tex., father of tMr. !H. C. Wrebb, well
known to our peojple, has heen at attacked
tacked attacked with paralysis. 3Ir. Webb,
twenty-fi ve years ago, was one of
the leading business men of DeTjand,
and 'his old friends all over the state
have never 'lost their interest in him.
i'His wife was long" a leading W. C.
T. U. worker, and for a year was
president of the orgainzation. She
i Is yet well and a'ble to give the best
care rto her invalid husiband.
iMiss Elizabeth (Mizelle. returned
Sundav afternoon from a week end
visit to 'her home at Orange Lake.
Dr. E. T. OLindner, "Miss Virginia
Sistrunk, Miss Adelle Bittinger, Mr.
and 'Mrs. Jake Brown, iMr. Jim PyJes,
Mr. and tMrs.'A. A. Winer and little
son, (Master Ered 'Winer, spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Salt Springs, returning in
the early evening. The ""day was
an ideally perfect Indian summer
one and just the kind -to lure any anybody
body anybody into deep autumn woods and
upon the forest streams. Salt Springs
is Justly the most popular resort in
Marion county. And just now the
waters are "abundant with crabs and
the fattest fisu.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'Durand are
,hftme ifrora .their I summer visit to
Hickory (Island, bn the gulf. Mrs.
F. L. Durand and children,
themson the Island, swill
mrribablv return o their home l
.Mr. and iMrs. G. T. -Maughs, Dr.
C ?B. Ayer, iMrs. Emily Green,
(Messrs. iBdwin and Otis Green,
rV-PreteyIIo me.. Wedding
ifarried, at the home .of the
bride's moti, Qlrs. Annie M, Perry,
Sunday a.t ndonjJRev. J. G. Glass
officiating, fMisjAnnle Laurie 1Prry
The 'home was simply tout artisti artisti-tically
tically artisti-tically decorated in pink and green,
the same color scheme being used in
the hall, parlor and dining room,
with the exception of the altar in
the parlor, which was fashioned of
white and green.
A few nninutes 'before one o'crock,
the rector took ihis place at the altar,
and the strains of; 'Mendelssohn's
Wedding March f ;softly played by
Mrs. B. F. Condon, announced the
entrance of the h ride and groom.
They took their place 'before the al altar,
tar, altar, and soon the 'beautiful and Im Im-presslye
presslye Im-presslye servico of the Episcopal
church made them man and wife.
The bride was lovely indeed in
her gown of white emhroideried net
with organdie hlouse and tunic and
She carried a huge bouquet of
white rose 'buds,-dahlias and iferns
tied with tulle. The groom was
attired in conventional black. V
The ceremony was witnessed only
by members of the immediate family
and a few friends. After receiving
the congratulations and 'best wishes
of all present, the young couple and
the guests repaired to the dining
room, where a luncheon of chicken
salad, crackers, sandwiches; olives;
nuts, coffee, cake and mints, was
served. --y;- -':' -r
. There was a very happy time in
the dining room, and the writer does
not rememibGr ever seeing; a wedding
occasion that was more prettily har harmonious
monious harmonious in every way.
A little ibef ore two o'clock the
happy couple left in their car for
Daytona. They intended to go by : way
of (Eustis and Orlando,; and expect to
reach ..Daytona..-. some time ;today.
The .bride's going-a way gown was of
blue serge with white trimmings
withjwhite (hat to match. v;-";
A number of handsome and useful
presents testify to some of the good goodwill
will goodwill in twhich the young couple are
held hy their friends. ;
The hride was born and 'has lived
nearly all her life in this city. She
Is the eldest daughter of iMrs. Annie
IM.' 'Perry, and is one of Ocala's most
lovely and charming girls, r She is' a
graduate of the Ocala high sOhool,
one of our foremost .pianists and a
general social favorite.
(Mr. iRobert N. Dosh came to Ocala
when a little boy from 'Missouri and
has grown to manhood among us.
iHe Is an exemplary young man,
recognized in spite of Ihis youth as
one of our heat citizens. Eor the
last nine j"ears he ha3 been with the
Star, giving it the "most intelligent
and faithful help, rendered in a
spirit, of conscientious interest that
has made wages to him a secondary
consideration r and that money can cannot
not cannot pay for.
Mr. and IMrs. Bosh expect to spend
the next two weeks in and near Day Daytona,
tona, Daytona, visiting in itheir car the points
of .interest in that vicinity. After
that, they will pay a visit to tMr.
Dosh's hrother, tMr. louis H. Dosh,
in iMacon. After their return home,
they will go to housekeeping in
their pretty 'little cottage on South
Fourth street, east.
Though Sunday weddings are un unusual,
usual, unusual, the day (has always been rec
ognized as the ibest for a young
couple to 'begin to walk hand: In hand
on their life journey, and Sunday,
as one of the most heautiful days
seen in a long time, was, all 'their
friends hope, the beginning of a long
and happy married life for Mr. and
3Irs. R. X. Dosh.
: Mrs. A. E. Gerig returned from
Palatk this afternoon and it is hop
ed that iMr. Gerig will son be well
enough to return home also
airs. !L. E. iLang was the charming
hostess of the Methodist sewing cir circle
cle circle this afternoon at her home. The
day heing, a perfect one a large num
ber of members were in attendance.
IMrs. Lansr served her guests to de
r .Mrs. Geo. 'H. Ford arrived Satur-
dav afternoon from Jacksonville for
a" few days visit to her parents, CMr.
and IMrs. B. A. Weathers and family
iMiss iMusie uliock, who has been
all summer with her mother, in
Demorest, Ga., will not return to
Ocala this season, hut will spend the
winter dn Dentorest, where she will
pursue a special course in voice cul culture
ture culture and English. v
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We are displaying the most, beautiful line of ties
ever shown in
New Wide Flowing Ends, Club Bovc.
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Such rich coloringbeautiful materials' and elegant
These are of surpassing beauty and style.
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thy jare all Knox Quality.
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Shower for iMiss Merrill i ?
CMrs. iW. T. Hamm was the hostess
yesterday afternoon at a very pret pretty
ty pretty and entertaining handkerchief
shower in honor of 'Miss Olary iMer iMer-rili,
rili, iMer-rili, a very charming young lady of
Palatka, whose marriage to 'Mr. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Rowland will take place next
week. Auction (bridge was; played.
music and games were also. indulged
in; A dainty- two-course pink and
white luncheon was served the as
sembled guests. Palatka Item.
iMiss .Merrill has many friends in
Ocala who will he interested in her
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The call meeting of the Board of
the Woman's Club to he held to
morrow morning at ten o ci ock at
the home of the president has heen
postponed until 'further motlce.
Qliss Meta Jewett returned home
today from a short visit to her bro
ther, Mr. San ford Jewett and family,
9 0 9-
iMrs. 13. fM. -Howard has returned
from a very delightful visit to Mr.
and IMrs. E. 31. Baynard and famliy
9 9 9
Miss Gladys Drake has returned
from a visit to -Miss Clarice Walking
0 9 .9
E'erjrhody who visited the ;Murray
Company today admired the 'big
howl full of lovely dahlias, contri
buted hy CMiss Jeffie Bell. 'Miss Bell
is an enthusiast in flowers and an
artist In their arrangement.
C- API 1 Ml
C. G. Conn Bb cornet, low and
high pitch with C attachment,' prac practically
tically practically new, and will sell at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 10-19-tf
The Little Brownie is the latest
'picture machine.. At Gecig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. fl:23. 10-1 9 -tf
The Democratic Hhine tMaid," at
The Murray Company. 19-3t
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
ItOOSI AND BuVTII A DOLLAR AND A 1IALI1
Completely Renovated and 1 lev llznz-zroni
, "'NOT OPEN.
' Boom TitlioutCatiilOlXD
Running Water in Every Hoc nx in the IZoizio
ROOM AND IL1TII FOR A DOLLAR' AND A IL1LP
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Tickets on sale Oct. 24th, good to return Oct. 25th.
STANDARD RADLROAD OP THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS, Passenger and Ticket Afit., Ocnln, F!
THE OCALA EVENING CTAR, MONDAY, OCTOHEH 19, 1014
BAck City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes?
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
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FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on anylof the Company's
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
SL (So WERJZELp v
v Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
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Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders Board manufctur manufctur-ed
ed manufctur-ed for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
Contractor and Builder
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
We Treat Your Clothes White.
Rough Dry Work Done 0 Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles washed
by hand, we use soft water onlr.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
IV. Ft. King
EXCELLENT PROGRAM FOR
K. OF P. THIS EVENING
GOOD ADVICE FROM GAITSIULL
The K. of P. .have arranged to
have an memorable meeting this
The grand chancellor of the state
(Mr. Jl. jE. Davis, will he -present,
and addresses on fraternity will be
delivered 'by him and Rev. 'J. M.
A 'beautiful feature of 'the occas occasion
ion occasion will be a sons by tMIss fMargrue fMargrue-rite
rite fMargrue-rite Porter, accompanied iby Mr.
Charles Goddard. It is .worth going
a Jong (way 'at any time to hear this
weet singer and talented tmusician.
'Every knight in the city should be
CARD OF THANKS
We neartily appreciate and twish
to thank all our friends and the
lodges !for !fhe kindness -shown us,
floral offering sent and "sympathies
expressed to us during our recent
sorrow. tMrs. iF. F. Anthony,
F. G. Anthony,
; Perry Anthony.
IT'S TIME TO HUSTIiE
Marion County People Must AVorfc
Hard for the Fair
iMcIntodh, 'Fla., Oct. 16, l$14.
To the People of 'Marion County:
You have justt enoug'h time to
(prepare your exhibits for the
fair, but do not forget it.
iDaoh of you can Jiave something to
show and when all join, it certainly
rwill imake a collection that will do
(Marion county proud. And we anust
not let our neighbor, AJaohua coan coan-ty,
ty, coan-ty, put up a better show than we do.
We all 'have a certain amount of
county pride, and its very right that
1 we should have.
You know Sumter county,, is join join-in
in join-in g with us, and we an u st pu b u p
more exhibits than they do.
You farmers may iplead poor crops
and 'worse markets last spring, but
that is tile pasc,; and 'we.must fight
for what As in front. ;
;I wish it o remind the .boys that the
special prizes 'for the ibest dozen
ears of corn selected 'by Nthe iloy 16
years or, under, on first, $15; see-
on d '$ 1 0 ; third S 5 And boys tel 1
your (fathers that there is a Class
tusi aike lt for them to enter Also
the district (making the best exhibit
of corn gets ithe 'Dr. Booze? silver
loving cup fort 191 4. v
I have snot f been on the firing
line 'for over two months, but' am
now able to "mark time.
Now, iwhoop her up, )tboys, and
girls, too. W. iM. Gist.
IROX HAS ARRIVED';
' Contractor P. D. O'Dell informs
us that the I fbeams for the second
ward and 'North Ocala primary
schools arrived Saturday afternoon,
and the work will now proced mJith a
rush. .. (:.'-tf- '
(Sir, p'Deil is now making ome
changes in the North Ocala school
at the request of the school Aboard,
which "has decided to iput four win windows
dows windows in each end of the Ibuilding In Instead
stead Instead of two as originally intended.
This will snecessitate the (removal of
a portion of the wall at each end
already in place. '. :
AIR DOME AVILIi REOPEN
Messrs. B. iEX Dobbs and ; E. C.
Oamp ihave ibought the. Air dome,
and will ieopen that famous theater
in an evening or two. TShey will put
in a new picture' machine, clear oat
and Tenorate tfoe place and make
preparations to give the people many
pleasant evenings. They have or ordered
dered ordered a line of first-rate pictures, all
new and on the most carefully 'se 'selected
lected 'selected subjects, and Intend to give
their patrons the .best there is. fflh'ey
hope to open for 'business Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening.
10-CEXT COTTON WANTED
We are 'authorized to slay that, un until
til until January 1st, 1915, cotton at 10
cents a pound will, the accepted by
Draughon's College in exchange for
tuition at college or for a .Home .Home-Study
Study .Home-Study Course. Jno. F. Draughon,
founder of the Draughon Colleges
and a "'booster" of the buy-a-bale
movement, Sias already -shown his
ifalth by bis works: he bas paid cash
for one bale. lAH who bave cotton
to sell under the above proposition
should write Draughon's Practical
Business College, Jacksonville, iFla.,
or Nashville, Tenn.
S; H. Gaitskill, of .Mcintosh, one
of the leading agriculturists of Mari-
jon county, writes as follows to the
"In your issue of October 10 th F.
Li. L. asks about the growing of
cactus. I (have some cactus growing
J on my farm that "gets good size and
fruits (heavily, bearing a good sized
pear. The pear looks good enough
to eat, but I bave never tried it.
This cactus seems to grow (here wild
"After reading Dr. P; H. iRolfs
paper on "Citrus Groves, Location
and Cultivation," I an. more than
ever impressed witb the. utter futili futility
ty futility of efforts- to give instructions or
advice that will apply (to the whole
state of IFlorida. While he ssays,
"different lands require different
treatment,", it is almost impossible
to convey to the new comer in Flor Florida
ida Florida a correct idea of the difference
in land and the kind of treatment
.best suited by writing about it. This
applies to almost all 'crops, regular
farm crops and vegetables as well
as to orange trees. Dr. IRolfs says
that before planting trees land should
be cleared of everything, even to lit little
tle little pieces of brush. Yet, within
twenty-five miles of Dr. Rolfs home
some of the best groves the state bas
ever bad were planted In heavy bam bam-mock
mock bam-mock land. The trees were cut and
felled in windrows,' and after allow allowing
ing allowing time for the tops to dry a fire
was trun tbrougb the windrows. Quite
a lot of the limbs were burned off.
Then the windrows were pushed clos closer,
er, closer, the logs were piled and all 'burn 'burned.
ed. 'burned. Often trees ,were then set, sim simply
ply simply by digging bales, large, enough
to take in the spread of roots, on the
tree to' be planted Ijand b.as faeen
cleared ready for trees at $25 per
acre; to take out all stumps and
.roots in good '.hammock land, and
that Is tlie only kind of land that
nature planted orange groves on,
would, be -very costly. The stumps
toother tout a few j'ears, as they rap rapidly
idly rapidly decay .and while decaying add
humus to the soil. Working around
the stumps and cutting sprouts is
Inconvenient for a y"ar or two, but
not quite as inconvenient as paying
big fertilizer bills "to make a soil
wtoere nature has given no aid. God
put a mark upon almost everything
be made whereby man might be able
to know 'what it was, and the nat natural
ural natural growth of land tells plainly
wbere the .fertfil'e soil is. iMen may
prevent nature for a time and sea
son, to be succeeding, tout in the end
those who transgress (nature's ; ilaws
usually pay' the penalities attached.
"Keep up. the canker fight. .Make
it open1 and loud, 1 I send a check
for $20. Put it in the fight. I am
ready to send more, as needed. Keep
up the fight on green fruit ship shipments.
ments. shipments. Is South Florida afraid of a
freeze or afraid of the keeping and
carrying qualities of their fruit that
they, want to rush them out of tbe
state before they are ripe? 'Some
say i we must st art early or we will
not ihave .time to bandle a large crop,
but I think the month of (February
and month, of .March bave almost as
many days as tbe months of October
and (November, and fruit that is well
ripened, sweet and juicy 'in IFebru IFebru-ary
ary IFebru-ary and iMaroh sells about as toigh
as that shipped in October and No November.
vember. November. I 'cannot understand' wby
South (Florida should want to rush
the .fruit market. Tbe more north northern
ern northern grower, as around Citra, seems
in no (hurry, but lets ibis fruit get
fully ripe on the trees, but the Cit Citra
ra Citra grower Is not afraid of a freeze,
nor that bis fruit won't keep and
carry after it is fully ripe."
ROSE RUSHES WANTED
The nurses at the Marion County
Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate the gift
of rose cuttings or plants of any
kind. If you bave any flower plants
you wish to give, 'please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be appreciated.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
For rent; two 8-rcom, 2-story
bouses on North iMagnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossinj
lights, water and other modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply at this office. 13-tf
Keep a picture record of the child children.
ren. children. A .Little Brownie will do it.
Gerig's. 10-1 9 f
Come in and see the work tbe Lit Little
tle Little iBrownie will do. Gerig's
'10-19- f. - ..
JUST REOEFVED, A BARREL OF
(NEW FLORIDA SYRUP AT OARX OARX-THOMAS
THOMAS OARX-THOMAS CO. 10-1 4-2 1
Buy Tarro Feed; builds cows up;
makes more milk; makes richer
milk. Guaranteed to do it by us,
Once tried, always used. The John
Dozier Co. 10-1 6-2 1.
A PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has been asked, "In
what wav 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 thpfr drastic effect. Is often -fol-
i lowed by constipation." For sale by
all dealers. aa?,
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Every Mehlin Piano is the personal ambas ambassador
sador ambassador of its makersone more strand added
to the golden rope of reputation.
It comes into your home direct
from their hands to add nev
f laurels to the world-wide repu
tation to the Mehlin family as
In every portion of the Globe vhere
music and civilization have reached,
the Mehlin piano will be found spread spreading
ing spreading the reputation of its makers and
proclaiming a nev ideal of inimitable
3EBDSBI ; MI ITO
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Ii Yon X7HI TcI Enoi
Saturdays to LsoUvcr S:
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. We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And, if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for Itcli'.r;;.
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which Is a dr.y c
rest for nearly everybody but Uiis ice man of yours.
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. who owns the dwelling -the business property that standi
In your name? T . ; r-'
of course you think that you do; but are you rjglit?
tho question is 'worth considering, It lnvplvcs tho orijfa cr:,I ;
in the beginnis of civilization no man ovrncd any .tScflsito i
of the earth. nomadic tribes camped 'over particular ccctloj ct
. it; homes and trading places -were not fixd; land was too4 picnti
nl for individuals to clispzts over the occt-ncy cf 'Cj zztlcr.
lar spot. u-k w 4 1i.j4.L jJI
fiorida title and abstract cbrporatlcs
A good one-horse load for C2.C
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for CB.C0
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it 4
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Prompt Delivery. Cash on Delivery.
THE OCAIA KVKMAG BTAK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1914
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E. C. SMITH, 3Igr.
Office Thone 10.
Night Phone 94.
X All work given our personal
4 attention and guaranteed fully, i
fj 11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.
BOOKS ARE OPEN
w Funeral Directors
UilDERTAKERS and EF.IBALLIERb
fine Caslcels and Burial Robes.
D. E. 31cIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Iicensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
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C. V. ROBERTS .305
Undertaking Office. 47
The city registration books are
open and those who wish to vote lc
the coming bond elections toad 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 ai
the court house, but the fact that you
are correctly registered in the county
books will not entitle you to vote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books.
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, TTla., Expert worn
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. felmball Co.. Ocala.
For Good Wood
IG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Pay Your 1915 Automobile Licence
and Get a Brand New Tag for
-The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st. 1914. All who drive
their cars after that 'date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so in open violation, of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from a a
tomobile licenses for private use gi
into the road fund.
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
.TO THE PUBLIC
Give Your Blood
The Vital Spsrfi
Drive Out Impurities and
Make the Skin Smooth
THie Pass of Thermopylae
By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
XERXES once led a million soldiers out of Persia in an effort
to capture Greece, but his invasion failed utterly, becausea
Spartan captain had entrenched a hundred men in a narrow
mountain pass,, which controlled the road into Lacedaemon. The
man who was first on the ground had the advantage.
Advertising is full of opportunities for men who are first on the
There are hundreds of advertising passes waiting for some one
to occupy them. The first man -who realizes that his line will be
helped by publicity, has a tremendous opportunity. He can gain an
advantage over his competitors that they can never possess. Those
who follow him must spend more money to equal his returns. They
must not only invest as much, to get as much, but they must as
well, spend an extra sum to counteract the influence that he has
already established in the community.
Whatever men sell, whether it is actual merchandise or brain
vibrations, can be more easily sold with the aid of advertising Not
one half of the businesses which should be exploited are appearing
in the newspapers. Trade grows as reputation grows and advertising
If you are engaged in a line which is waiting for an advertising
pioneer, realize what a wonderful chance you have of being the first
of your kind to appeal directly to the public. You stand a bttter
chance of leadership than those who have handicapped their strength,
bv permitting you to get. on the ground before they could outstrip
you. Ycu gain a prestige that those who follow you, must spend
more money to counteract.
If your particular line is similar to some other trade or business
which has already been introduced to the reading public, it's up to
you to start in right now and .join -your competitors in contesting
for the attention of the community. The longer you delay the more
you decrease your chanees of surviving. .' Every man who outstrips
you is another opponent, who must be met and grappled w!th;!for
the right of way.
Difference Between Amusing and Convincini
By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
N ADVERTISER must .realize that there is a vast difference
between amusing people and convincing them. It does not
pay to be smart at tne line rate 01 me average iu-wa
paper. I suppose that I could drav the attention of everybody on
'the street by painting half of my face red and donning a suit of
motlevi I mieht have a sincere purpose in wishing to attract the
crowd, but I would-be deluding myself if I mistook the nature of meets at Yonge's hall the secondhand
uuwu' u J fourth Thursday evenings ot each
The new advertiser is especially prone to misjudge between
amusing and convincing copy. A humorous picture may catch the
eye of every reader, but it won't pay as well as an illustration of
some piece of merchandise which will strike the-eye of every buyer.
Merchants secure varying results from the same advertising space. Tulula, Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
tu ..ui:u a:,.- v, 4-v.A com nualtfv of rpadprs. hut the meets in Yocse's Hall every Tuesday
t . , r,. . .1 j u,r evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
anvpnKPr wnr. runriTQ ninnanru in Tne minus cji liic vjiniiiuin-y vvx 1 j x ..iuinn
. t j-jj - come always eneuueu iu naiuug
attain the benefit that is secured by the merchant who imprints brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
clinching arguments there. W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
. 0 0 :
Alwavs remember that the advertising sections of newspapers
KXIGHTS OF PYTIUAS
i ij t ui:u t Ai .i. r -- r-mr
i id m liic puuuMicr rcspoiibiuic iur me uuicuziic ui uuiuwm6viu ww Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
as it would be unjust to blame the sou for bad seed and poor culture, held every sMonday at 7:30 -p. m., at
Every advertiser gets exactly the same number of readers from a Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
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We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy-last winter for a sev severe
ere severe bronchial cough and can consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously say that I never took a
medicine ihat did me so. much good,"
writes Mrs. G. W Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
;". :-vr "' ; W.
OCALA FRATERUAL ORDERS
MAKION-DUNX 31 ASOXIC tiODGE
Marion-Dunn Iiodge ?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. CM.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
month at 730 o'clock.
. Airs. Flora Brown, W. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
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rolscr.s In the blend, sn nnlrr?lTir the
.health aa to lave tho system in a low
state c rcistatu?. 'But rse S. S. S. for
a brief tl:r.e and j-ou flare up the v!tal
frark of nJoca vlrr. it swoops it way
all through tl'.e body, 31?lrV!ces rbeuxatistj,
rrlieves "catarrhal ccnirostion. clears thft
throat and bronchial tube?, dries all
kin eruptions, enables the kidneys. liver.
Madder and lvnc-3 to work promptly and
effectively In carrying impurities out cf the
circulation. F. S. is the best known
medicine for the bleed and has the cenfi
dence of a host of people. They know
It is harmless to the stomaen and exper
ience b.s shown that It accomplishes all
that, was ever expected of mercury. Iodide
cf potash, arsenic and other destructive
Get a bottle or . s. s. today at any
druggist. Read the Important folder wrap
ped around the bottle. It tells of the
work belnz done by a famous medical de
partment, with aids and helps that hav
proven of wonderful value to those su
ferins with blood diseases. For a specla
book on the subject written by an expert.
address The Swift Specific Co.. 57 Swift
Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. For nearly half
century S. S. S. has been the safeguard
of a myriad of people who are Hvlne ex
amples of what wonders can be accomplished
by this famous blood purifier. Get a bottle
today but refuse all substitutes.
Danger of Too Much Talk.
Dcn't talk too much. Just after yoa
, fcsye talked a "man into huying, if yon
Veep on talking you will talk him out
cf buying. A tw-hUuu Globe.
publisher and the same readers- after that it's up to him the results
fluctuate in accordance with the intelligence and the pulling power
of the copy which is inserted.
WOUIiD YOU BELIEVE IT
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Cober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
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Packing and Storing t
Shipping of Freight,
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. Superior to it.:
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Quality or Prlco
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Commercial Bank IJlock, on
Magnolia Street, West-
Post Box 518.. Local
Lcrifr I)is.t."T:co ;Pho::?,
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Hatched by the Sun.
in breeding goldfish, an industry1
wnicn nas nourished in China from
time immemorial, the eggs are re
moved rrom the reach of the adult
male fish and hatched by th6 sun in
People often accept statements wit
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,
Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in
her family for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to my children
when sick with coughs or colds. I Careful Estimates made on all non-
like it better than any other because tract Work. Gives more and better
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday, Visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
'::f7'-- '"... .': fjf v ; J Akin. Ww ;,'.-"",'-".(''': ;"
AM now In business for myself. Conducting a Ilih CLir;3 re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can'givo you the bct thcro
is, and as much as any one else in 'business for your mcr.cy. Eavcn Eavcn-teen
teen Eavcn-teen years in the business has taught me what the' public waste,
and -1 am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOOD3 A!'!) nilCi:;
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
-:atpcrgaIlon. A -3 -Cf
Good Old' 80 Prccf
Corn or Gin, in jus
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n
Visiting brethern always welcome to
the lodge and club house on Mag-
Carpenter and Builder
nolia street, near postofflco.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator. ;
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
they take 'it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It has never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Ha. 1 0-7-2 Otd
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
QI. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, 'bvt never -used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
work for the money than
ntrictor in the city.
A. D. BROOKS
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
Advertise in the STAR for results.
Has moved his General 'Merchandise BGE NO. 6, B. P. O. E.
7i a. 1 ir -ti
wva awui -uam oireet, next QOOI Ocala Ttre-'Vn' 9XR TloTvnlpnt
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
to the City Mraket xo the new
St. Georges Slock,
where he is now iocated in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag
nolia and South Second Street, where
te will be pleased to see his friends
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
IRST CLASS FAMTLY GROCERD3S I Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
rourth Friday in every montn ax
7r?lft n -m "F! fVvnTirrr IT. P
A OPEdAITY. TVo
Good Old, 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, 'in jugs at per
Remember I'Lzi we v; ill nil
any? order you send us and
meet the prica of any other
leitmate hour 3.
,-hilo in the city. You
: welcome and be treated'right at all times and on every tra::: ac action
tion action at "Johnny's Place." .
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of, it ia 1:1 1:1-tles
tles 1:1-tles and on draft.
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; GRAHAM'' BEOTnEOSt Lccccec,
First consideration and especial attention given to en: a!) tr-::..
XIIJE OCALiA EVENING GTAK, MONDAY, OCTO
:,..J-.f..:...:l... Vuli,..,,.,. I
2,000 BOXES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
ON TKEES OF A BEAUTIFUL
1K You want tliem 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 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big-, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. Sawagje, Jf
I loom ", Merchant's Block,
Phone 123, OCALA, FLA
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are being made into men. The boys
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greatest asset and they aTe endang endang-ered.
ered. endang-ered. Whatever mars man in the
making can't stand the light of the
voters booth where ecn science
marks the ballot. L state is brought
into governmental 'being
and belp its people.-- AV
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vhen ycu se how much
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Does it ever occur to you
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ribboa; and to cvohc, the
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F OLLOWING the sanest of present present-day
day present-day styles (at a commendable dis distance
tance distance from all extremes) and espe especially
cially especially designed for slender young fig figures,
ures, figures, the picture given here presents
an ideal tailored costume for a young
The undraped skirt tangs straight
from the normal waist line. It has
the fashionable narrow effect, but is
provided with Inverted plaits at each
side, which are free from the knee
down. These give room for long and
rapid strides. The bottom is finished
with a hem, and above the plaits arrow-heads
and seams piped with a con contrasting
trasting contrasting color make a workman-like,
and therefore elegant, "tailored" fin finish.
ish. finish. The coat follows, with fashionable
vagueness, the 15nes of the figure. In
many new models the wals line is
quite ignored. But in this there is an
easy shaping of the side seams and a
little definition of the waist. The
shoulders are wide and the sleeves
long, all of which points show the
good judgment of the designer in com composing
posing composing a garment for the slender and
undeveloped figures of youth. For fin finish
ish finish the coat depends upon pipings,
embroidered arrow-heads and simu simulated
lated simulated buttonholes with a turned-back
collar in silk of the same color as the
The belt, of the material, with sash
ends at the front, has a row of ma machine
chine machine stitching near its edges and is
a feature in the styles for fall and
winter. The Jacket is hemmed at the
bottom. Deep, slightly flaring cuffs
finish the sleeves.
A soft blouse of white cotton voile,
with neck and sleeves finished with
hemstitched frills, is worn with this
suit. The sensible walking boots of
kid, with cloth uppers, are neatly
tipped with patent leather. The short
washable gloves are barred with black.
A sailor hat with velvet brim and
satin crown is simply trimmed with
velvet bow and one large satin poppy.
Taken altogether this is a costume
that the young woman may wear with
much satisfaction. It will pass the
most discriminating scrutiny and place
her at once among the well dressed.
JULIA BOTTO M LEY.
Oklahoma .will iiotToL ate Prunk-
: '. ....
enness Among its dacials
Oklahoma City, vVugl 22. The
people'; of .Oklahoma ax .-the recent
election, adopted an amendment to
ts constitution as 'follows:
"Every person elected sor appoint appointed
ed appointed to any office or .employment of
fcrust or profit under the laws of the,
or -under any ordinance of any mu municipality
nicipality municipality thereof, shall give person personal
al personal attention to the duties of the of of-fiee
fiee of-fiee so which he is elected or ap appointed.
pointed. appointed. iDrunkenness and the ex excessive
cessive excessive use of intoxicating liquors
(While in office shall constitute suffic sufficient
ient sufficient cause lor impeachment or re removal
moval removal from office."
The amendment carried in every
county in the state :by a large majority.-
The AV. C. T. Thanks
the Fair 1)1.
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 16, 1914.
Board of Directors Clarion County
Gentlemen: Please let us express
our grateful thanks to you who
bave interceded in ou- behalf and se secured
cured secured f ot ns space at our coming
It is always our wish to '.work
in harmony with the .people and we
are glad of this opportunity to do so.
Weshall put forth our best efforts
to make "our space not only a credit
to our 'fair, but -a place of rest,
comfort and hospitality as well as
a (place to hold upa standard of
morality and sobriety,.
. Again thanking you for this open
door to 'further the cause of tem temperance,
perance, temperance, we beg to remain,
' Very sincerely,
(Mary Lee Bridges, President.
ttlrs. W. iW. Clyatt, Treasurer. f
(Mrs. (R. A. iBurf ord, Vice-Pres.
tMrs. A. L. Iz.lar, iRecording See.
Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Cor. Sec.
V Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur-
rent. Why not prepare now by Installing
i A !wi in;
They are now cheaper and more eGcient than ever. I
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamp3 ;
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate. 1
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No. 0 North Main fitreet OCALA, FI.OP.TDA.
ft iiiiiitiesi 9
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
" Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
U V. n f. : i- t- 1 (
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Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914., Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is In open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col
lector will Issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
W. !E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-30t
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-Ct
3Irs. E. Van Hood, Editor
ELLIS NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
AliL TIIE LATEST 3L4.GAZINES
Xoxt to Cam's Grocery Store
Scientific Temperance Teacliing in
Philip rooks said "He who
helps a child, heilps (humanity with a
distinctness, twit h an immediateness,
which no other help given to hu human
man human creatures in any other stage of
life, can possibly give."
Probably no organization realizes
this with'' more intelligently active
interest than the Woman's Christian
Temeperanee Union, which exists for
the protection of the home, and
.which is truly called "organized
Most of its 4G departments are di directed
rected directed toward sa'fe-giiarding the
child-forming rather than reform reforming,
ing, reforming, preventing rather than curing
not only with ibenign prohibition
laws, but 'by training for total ab abstinence
stinence abstinence from intoxicants founded on
a knowledge of Thus saith the "Lord,
Thus saith science, Thus saith sound
business principles, T9ius saith ef efficiency,
ficiency, efficiency, Thus saith the iocket iocket-book.
book. iocket-book. Knowledge can come only thru
education. Education can come into
the masses only thru the public
school. The instruction will depend
upon the teacher and (the text fbook.
Knowing the vast -power in the
(public sehools to help keep the child child-Ten
Ten child-Ten "Fair in the sunshine, pure as
the snow," the W. C. T. U. originat originated
ed originated the idea of requiring certain dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated scientific facts concerning
stimulants and narcotics to be
-taught in the public schools, and led
by "Mrs. (Mary H. Hunt, secured man mandatory
datory mandatory laws to this 'effect in every
state in the union, and a federal
Jaw governing the 'District of Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, tthe territories 'and all Indian
and military schools supported by
Under these laws fully 20,000,000
children in the public schools Teceive
instruction about the nature and ef-
feet of alcohol and other narcotics
on the human system.
Tending towards deepening the
interest of (pupils and securing the
ihearty co-operation of teachers, the
W. C. .T. U. offers each year prizes
for the best temperance essay.
The local prize winners compete
for the state prizes and those who
are successful try for the national
It fs 'possible for ithe same essay to
win in the town, state and national
How many schools in Marion
county will compete for the prize?
The New (Republic editorially
comments upon the result of the
-late election in Virginia as follows:
"Virginia tried regulating the li liquor
quor liquor traffic for 250 years. She tried
low license, high license,' the dis dis-ipensary
ipensary dis-ipensary and every scheme that hu human
man human ingenuity could desire, but they
failed. The whisky, whether sold by
moonshiner, deacon, pirate or cut cutthroat,
throat, cutthroat, had the same effect. It made
drunks, paved the streets and alleys
with suffering, and piled high the
expenses of the taxpayers. On Sept:
22, after '250 years of failure, Vir
ginia repudiated the whole business,
voting the state wholly dry by a
vote of two to one. In November
six more states will vote on the same
proposition, California, Colorado,
Oregon, Ohio, Washington 'and Ari Arizona.
zona. Arizona. Virginia has set the pace. The
hour has come to strike (to death the
greatest infamy of all times."
California's Wise Words
'.Mr. A. J. Wallace, lieutenant gov governor
ernor governor of California, is quoted as say saying
ing saying that; 'he wants the liqnor 'busi 'business
ness 'business overthrown in that state be because
cause because it is an economic waste and, a
parasite. 'His Ideas on the subject
of liquors are summed up as 'fol 'follows:
lows: 'follows: "Sometimes it 'hinders physical physically,
ly, physically, sometimes financially. Often it
"-" .' T
retards mentally, and always dulls, ;
is not needed. All admit that where j
it has sway It spoils the boys as they :
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, 3IOXDAY, OCTOBEU 10. 1&14
K. of P. me this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Pythian Sisters tomorrow night.
Board of Tra.de Thursday evening.
aioose meet Thursday night.
' Woodmen meet 'Firiday evening.
Iloyal Arch cneets Friday night.
The very -latest novels at KREG KREGER'S.
ER'S. KREGER'S. 10-5
Glofoe-Werncke Cabinets and Safes
at The Murary Company. 19-3t
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Oca! a Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Pure sparkling soda water In clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8
IDE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
FROZEN MIXTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
'The Bst .Man," at The Murray
Fishing tackld that will bring the
fish from the rwater at KREGER'S. tf
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
"Our Mr. Wrenn.'
When yov neetf stationery, go to
"Full Swing" -zst The .Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 19-3t.
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
tUr. Alfred Beck is in St. Angus Angus-tine
tine Angus-tine for an indefinite visit.
DEXNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Everything in tthe kodak line, at
Gerig'g drugstore. .10-19-tf
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
Now Is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14 Is Bitting &
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar?
Dr. W. K. bane -Specialist, Eye,
Esr, Xose and Throat. Office Law
"Mr. C. P. Howell lost (his valuable
littlV buggy horse Saturday Vight,
Thani!mal i?ras great spet and itsyfoay waa 79. ThiK i.11 not happen
loss I dee1?!' regretted.
A sklTtcdSarmacist will person person-al7
al7 person-al7 care for your prescription work,
if sent to' Bitting & Knight. Phone
' Mr. Charlef"6mpson, one of our
smartest young -QrV goods salesmen,
n imslHrn in tfRhcinaur'a hirf
Mr. C. JR. Kreger ihas made some
changes in his .refres'hment store, re removing
moving removing the cashier's desk to the side
of the soda (fountain Mr, Kreger is
advanced in his ideas and his (place
looks metropolitan and cosmopoli cosmopolitan.
tan. cosmopolitan. Furniture Repairing
I' have moed to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert wTork ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. fl DOB
14 FORT KING AVENUE
B I T.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily .by Mr. F. G. B.
Wei he, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. 'Mar.
Oct. 1 .
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Oct. 17. ...
Oct. m. .
Forecast for 1 1 lis Evening and
' For'Florida fair -tonight. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday 'partly cloudy, problahle showers
north and central portions.
Mr. B. (F. Condon sold an auto,
Saturday afternoon to iMr. It. G.
aiershon of iMfaml, a brother of iMr.
IM. L. Menshon, of this city. (Mr.
Condon, .with -Mr. iMershon and a
friend left In the car at 4 o'clock
this im'ornlg for (Miami to take the
gentlemen homo An their purchase.
The auto is IMr. Condon's cut-down
iBufok, one of the fastest cars in
Mr. Tom Pasteur, the good Hook Hooking
ing Hooking and; intelligent 'young teller of
the Ocala .National iBank, was pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly surprised -yesterday morning
,by the arrival from Dake Wieiir of
his father and sister, IMr. John Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur and Miss TiTlie, In (their auto.
They aM went up t!o Anthony to
spend tthe day rwith tMr. George Pas Pasteur.
teur. Pasteur. The Star receivid Sunday a (pic (picture
ture (picture from.. 'Mr. C. S. Oullem; twlho at
noon Thursday was itaking a look at
SXiagara 'Falls from the Canadian
iMT. A. H. Birdfey of .Macon, Ga.,
formerly of Ooala, is itrying to Induce
the courts to appoint a receiver
for a .Macon hank in which 'he owns
IMr. (Paul 'Durand lhas just finished
a good job of luanbing oin the Col Colonial
onial Colonial .Hotel. 4 Ho ihas overhauled
Jfhe old plu-mibing and installed a
number of new and up-todate fix fixtures.
tures. fixtures. IMr. SH. C. Jones is fixing u-p
ithe Colonial in fine style:, IHe TvIll
have a number of elegant rooms, and
CMrs. IR. E. 'Briganee (will (take' good
care of the dining room.
, '"""i m III i
GIr. J. Lt. (Beck, o Cottage ; 'Hill,
playing a, beanlilt'Tibainch of grape-!
Iriut grown on a tre on !his
On going to the tax "collector's
office today, to renew 'his annual li license,
cense, license, IMr. R. E. Yonge found ihim-
?elf rigWt in tthe middle of an mnlque
incident. His last number, iplate was
5o. 78, and ifche one he received to-
again in a thousand years.
Among (those Sittraoted here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday (by the 'Floiida-ICings College
football game iwere Robert T. Adams
and W. 6. iBullock, Jr., proprietor
and manager, respectively, of the
Harrington Hall, Ocala'd leading
hostlery. These gentlemen (have
hosts of friends here who are always
glad to see tihem. -Gainesville Sun.
THE WEAItY WAY
Daily Becoming Iess Wearisome to
Many in Ocala
With a back that aches all day,
With rest disturbed at night,
Annoying urinary disorders,
Tis a weary way indeed.
Doan's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney trouble.
Are endorsed by Ocala citizens.
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St., Ocala, says: Doan's
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything elese I ever used. I had
been having attacks of 'backache and
trouble with my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and
run down in health. As soon as I
used Dean's Kidney Pills, I got re relief
lief relief and I have relied on the remedy
ever since. I have many times recom recommended
mended recommended Doan's Kidney Pills to those
complaining of their kidneys."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don t
eimply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doans Kidney Pills the same
that 3Ir. French had. Foster Milburn
rv Prnn! "Buffalo N Y "Ad7
UO., rrops., mmaio, x Aa'
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. j 9-9-tf
WANTED -Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. Hr5-12t;
; L. -" 'v
FOR RUNT Six room cpuage, all
i. modern 4pconveniences. Apply Slir
- - - ' 'y,
FOR REN'T iA ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR SA'DE LA five passenger auto auto-moiblle
moiblle auto-moiblle in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-1 0-1 2 1 '
FOR RENT 'After Oct. 20. the. cot
tage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at yrner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will -be for rent. Six
rooms; hath ; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; (broad verandas; access
-to cistern of soft water. : Phone
POSITION WANTED A young lady
wishes a position as clerk in store
. or int office work. Will work for
small salary to begin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf
'Scotch Collie tpuips sand young stock
for sale; thoroughbred and acclimat acclimated
ed acclimated ; eligible (for registration, The
Ortega Kennels, R. IF. D. No 4,
Jacksonville, CFla. 10-1 7-1 1
CLERKS OF EliECTION
The following qualified voters
have (been appointed as inspectors
and clerks for the general ejection
to 'be neld Nov. 3rd, 1914, to-wit:
Precinct No. 1. Box No. 1. H. C.
Jone, clerk; I P. Ballard, C. M Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston H. II. Whetstone.
Box No. 2. -Baxter Cam, G. C. Crom,
clerk; James A. Luffraan, Bert C. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. v. .' i.
Precinct No. 2. J. C. Dupree, I S.
Llg-ht, J. G. Meadows, E. D. Rou, clerk.
Precinct No. 3.-rhftrIes H. Gray. C.
M. Mathews, Jesse A. Weisner, Wilbur
F King-, clerk.
Precinct No. 4. Jesse G. Carter,
James H. Pearce, Tiios P. Dean, Henry
II. Rodd en berry, clerk.
Precinct No. 5. T. F. Butler, J. B.
McGehee, Sr., W. H. Gullf oyle, B. A.
Precinct No. 6. W. G. Brooks, P. T.
McGilvary, T. D. Gillis, F. H. Miller,
Precinct No. 7.1S. R, Pyle3, iclerk;
W. H. little, vA. R. Iougias. F. G. Buhl.
Precinct No. 8. J. E, Branch, A. D.
Ml tcli All. J.. D. Prootor, clerk; A. T.
Preolne No. t.--J. T. JLwls, clerk,
L. Tf. Sailers, W. li. Henry, Sr., Peter
Precinct No. 1.-E. L.. Martin, A. W.
lort, J. 'M. Mok, Q. A. Waters, clerk.
Preoiact No. 11. H. C. Fort, O. H.
Roarers, T W. Rauxdall, B. L. Hickman,
Precinct No. 12. W; P." 'Williamson,
J. V. Ryals, J, Y, Hicks, W. S. Has Hastings,
tings, Hastings, clerk. f
Precinct No." 13. C. R. Clapper, Jr.;
W. IS. Priest, A. J. Alhritton, J. V. Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, clerk.
Precinct No. 14. J. B. Hall, F. H.
Pedrick, W. H. Pe g ram, W. F. Jordan,
i Precinct' No. 15. C. J. SMcCranie,
Claud -A. McCrai ey, Earl F. Drawdy,
Mitchell Rigdon, clerk. ; v
Precinct No. .16. .T. F. Harrison, A.
C. White, S. Ramey, R, K. Wartmann,
Precinct No. 17. C. C. Priest; Jr., W.
W. Griffin, E.- H. Swain. Walter C.
Precinct No. 18. John w. Atkinson;
Lt M. Rays-or, Jr., John M. 'Martin, Jr.;
Neal J. Townsend, clerk.
Precinct No. 19. W. Allsopp, V. P.
Kelsey, J. M. Douglas, clerk; Daniel D.
Precinct No. i0. Joseph Akin, J. B.
George, John W. Coulter, Mabe Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, clerk. v
Precinct No. 21. X I Hopkins,
clerk; J. E. Pelot, J. A. Freeman, O. M.
Gale. : v :
Precinct No. 22. E. W. Rush, John
P. Havlrd, J, H. Bateman, 1. T. Hick-
son.' clerk. '
Precinct. No. 23. George Lovell,
clerk; R.! J. Perry, M. -M. Proctor, J. W.
Precinct No. 24. George Ohnmacht,
W. J. Mixson, Ossle Cason, Geo. G.
Precinot No. 25. A. Belcher, ueorge
Richey, A. McClaln, John. A. Mathews,
Precinct No. 26. J. W, Colbert J. Jr.
Carlton. E. W. Luffman, A. J. Stephens,
Precinct No. 27. J. N. Brinson, I B.
Marsh, -Sidney H. Dent, F. M. Harp,
clerk. : 1
Precinct No. 28. F. W. B&rnett;
clerk; W. A. Kelley, I J. Dankwertz,
C. E. Lucius. '-
Precinct No. 29. Peter Loos, W. V.
J Chappell, E. C. McLeod, J. E. Turnip-
Precinct' No. 30 H. M Barnett. Ed.
T. Carter, Charles P, Haycraft, clerk;
Henry W. Long.
Precinct No. 31. M". L. Payne, John
H. Carter, B. R. Chambers. C. J. Chit Chit-ty,
ty, Chit-ty, clerk.
Precinct No. 32. Edward S. Kemiard,
Alex J. Wyche, Geo. H. Whlttington,
W. R. Dreher, clerk.
, P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Clarion County.
Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed by the city of Ocala calling for
an election to suomit to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala. to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL
LARS be issued for the purpose of
erecting and equipping an ELECTRIC
LIGHT STATION in connection with
tne city WATER WORKS, and extend extending
ing extending such lines and wires as there may
be necessary to furnish the citizens of
Ocala with light and power, said bonds
ThnnTKi rniiar Mrh rri Kanp- ir.
i terest t.t the rate of five per cent, per
of the said city of Ocaia, 1 hereby pro-
in tne said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
BHITAIX-. HAS ONLY I1EGUX
With 400,000,000 to Draw oiit For For-res
res For-res will Increase Vritil Knd of.
London, Oct. 18. The Times
military correspondent, replying to
the Frankfurter Zeitung's statement
tliat Great iBritain ;was unable to raise
more than 600,000 troops says:
"We 3iave at the present moment
exactly niotible that number, namely
1,200,000 'men, and tJie number Is
'growing Taster than ore can cope
with. -This, is only the (beginning.
: "sit Is our way, as jwell as that tt
Ainerfca, (to begin to raise rar arms
after tr break3 out and. to go ''on
raising them until our "ultimate ends
are achieved. With 1 ,200,000 men
at home, the army in (the field and
the ihundreds of-thousands ifonming
in India, Canada, 'Aai-stiralia and else elsewhere
where elsewhere are merely the" .nucleus upon
wihi'ch our armies -will eventually be
"It is only ta question of time. It
stands tx reason that an empire of
400,000,000 can never lack men. This
war for us 3ias hardly tbegun.. .'We
have seat merely an advance (guard
Into' iFtaance. 'In the spring tlie. re remainder
mainder remainder of the advance guard will
follow and somewhere toward the
end of '1915 themain body twill be begin
gin begin to. come within view.
' MWe are sorry that we are even
slower than ilussia in making oiir
weight tf-elt, but a year or' s4 hence
.when the allies need a rest, wo shall
be in a position to make good twar.
"Nothing can arrest the steadily
ascending figures of our tarmy.4 Their
cost is of little account since -Ger-many
nvill ultimately (have' to ipay-
Interrlt'd'Ty as well ajj money.
' "Jmajrine things at their ; ?wiarst4
Ima!glne the last Cossack or the iUrals
and thd Jast 'French storekeeper
evicted from Bordeaux. Then we
would (begin a imanitime iwar against
Grermany. and still (be no worse off
than jwihen me foegah war against
shall isue bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLr DOLr-DARS
DARS DOLr-DARS for the purpose of erecting vanc"
equipping an EIJGCTRIC XIQHT STA STATION
TION STATION In connection with the city
WATER UORKS, and extending such
lines and, wires as there may be nec necessary
essary necessary to furnisrh the citizens of Ocala
with ligrht and power. .. Said bonds to
be in 'the denomination of One Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, bearing interest at
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 appoint B. A.? Weathers,
I F. Ballard and J. IL Livingston as
Inspectors and Isaac Stevens as clerk.
Said election shall be 'held at the city
hall of the city of Ocata between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
p. m. ',
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my Jiand and ial of the city
of Ocala, this the 25th day of Septem September
ber September A. D 1914 ''
( Seal) J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. HISTRUNK, City Cierk.
9-26-dly sat .
Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed by the city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the city of 5 Ocala; to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU-
SAND DOL.UARS be issued; ONE HUN
DRED THOUSAND ? DOIDA-RS 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 city;
iritrrx 'j:huusajjjl jjuiaks or saia
bonds to "be used for -5 the purpose of
constructing public buildings an
parks for the said city within the coi
porate limits of the said city? and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
of said bonds to be used for he pur purpose
pose purpose r of equipping, .extending and im
roving the water works plant v and
system of said city and erecting and
constructing in connection '.therewith
an ice plant for the manufacture of ar artificial
tificial artificial ice for the said city of Ocala,
said bonds to be in the denomination of
one 'thousand dollars each," and bearing
interest sx the' rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable in not less than ten nor
more than thirty years from -date of
Now. therefore, by virtue of author
ity vested in .the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I nereby pro
claim and order an1 election held on the
27th day of October. A. D. 1014
in the said ity of Ocaia. to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to the ; amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU
SAND DOLLARS: ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of at$ bonds to
be used for the construction. of sewers
within the corporate limits of the city
of Ocala ; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
uJULtAl-iB 01 said oraas lo oe useu ivr.
the purpose of paving and improving
the streets of aid -city; 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
said bonds to be used for the purpose
of equipping, extending and Improving
the water works plant and system of
said city and erecting and constructing
in connection therewith an lee, plant
for the manufacture of artificial ice
for the city -of Ocala. Said bonds to be
in the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at the
rate of live per cent, and payable in no:
less than ten nor more than thirty
years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint J. It. Thomas, T.
H. Johnson and F. B. Beckham as In
spectors and J. H Taylor as clerk.
Said election shall be held a.t the city
hail of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o clock a. m. and 6 o 'cIock
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala, this the z&tn day or Septem
ber, A. D. 1914.
(Seal J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clejk.
A somewhat lagganl and procrasti
natlng student one Sunday evening
went to his instructor for aid In one
of his studies, asking him if he
thought it was wrong to study on i3un
dav.. He was somewhat surprised to
receive the reply, "If the Master T?a&
ln vnlllng the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabhath, was not the ass
JusUflable in trying to get hiirxaelf
" ; :
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Five Sliies Wert of Dado CUyxncl
? v v -. :
Uii a.I U
f Boarding School for Boy cf CIr :::zC Juno. 4, 1CG9, :
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