OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914
GERMAN PRISONERS OF WAR AT. BRUGES
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ALLIES flfl THE OFFENSIV E
GRITISH REIOIEfffillS III THE IIOHTHIVEST SEEM
E lillED THE TIDE OF BATTLE
Paris. Oct. 20. The German
sweep toward' the English channel
near Dunkirk and Calias has been
effectively checked. The allies are
assuming tho offensive all along
their loft wing in northern France
COLD STEEL VERSUS CANNON
- It is now the bayonet against the
German artillery. (Official). Re Reports
ports Reports coming from She front eay that
von Kluk's army In threatened with
disaster. Another says the allies
are on the point of retaking Ostend.
The tide in the north was turned
by the arrival of British reinf orce-
meats, (but not until the allies en engage,
gage, engage, in a flan king drive eastward
did they pass thru the crisis, wbich
threatened to wipo out their, forces
north and northwest of Lille. .
CONFLICT FIERCE IN
(Kard fighting prevail s th ruout
the north along ch'e 'line beginning
soiithJwest of Ostentl and sweeping
south and west ia round Dirmunde
and Ypres into France,, past Uille to
Ai-rasu .The 'French claim distinct
gains at several points.
CENTER IS QUIET, BUT FIGHT FIGHTING
ING FIGHTING FIERCE ON THE
Quiet prevails along the center.
Violent fighting "continues on the
eastern frontier, where the French
are pressing 'hard against the Ger Germans
mans Germans in the Vosges and around
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FORTD3TH DAY OF THE GIGAN GIGANTIC
TIC GIGANTIC FIGHT
This, the fortieth day of the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic conflict, finds, the Germans
struggling ihard to maintain their
advantage in Fra:aee, 'but indications
are that the tide tsoon will
against them. ;
sALLEMANRI EVER Y WH ERE SUC SUC-v
v SUC-v GESSFUL AGAINST THE
Berlin, Oct. 20, (Official ) .-Some
Of the outlying .forte at Verdun ibave
been captured (by the Germans, who
fcrre now (preparing to attack the
main 'fortifications, i
German operationis against the
'Russians and allies continue success successful.
GERMANS I'RAISE RUSSIANS FOR
. Cermans praise the valor shown
by. the 'Russians around. Prezmysl.
The Russians lost fully forty thous thousand
and thousand killed in attempts to take
Preznysl by storm.
BELGIANS HOLD THEIR
Paris, Oct. 20. It ds officially an announced
nounced announced that the iBelgian, army (holds
its position alorig the Ylser river de despite
spite despite violent 'attacks from the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. Heavy fighr:ing is -proceeding
in the legion of Ypres. The Ger Germans
mans Germans ace making strong attacks
from' Lille towards Armentleres.
Along it he tMou? the Germuns are
unable t;o repulse the French advance
IT'S TOO EARLY
FOR THE ALLIES TO CLAIM ANY
DECISIVE ADVANTAGE IN
1 NORTH FiEANCE
Lcxnd on tkft. 2 0. The war ; office
today admitted that although he
Allies Jiave (gained tehrporary ad advantage
vantage advantage over the Germans in the lat latter
ter latter 's drive toward the coast' it is
still too early to claim any decisive
victory. It fstate'd there as no con confirmation
firmation confirmation of the report that Os Ostend
tend Ostend "has been recaptured. V
CAPTAIN ROBERT LEE
Confederate Veteran and Son of the
Great CIdeftan, lias Answered
t he Last Call
Upperville, Va., 'Oct.. 20. -Captain
Robert Lee, youngest son of the
famous general, died this morning.
OPEN DAY A!H NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C. L. depot
corner,' Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
t These captured Germans, it vi.i oe noted, are wearing weeden tabots.
This is explained by the fact that the kaiser's eoldiers found the regular army
shoes uncomfortable or. useless and appropriated the footwear of the Belgians.
SUIIIi A BRITISH W:
Berlin, Oct. 20. It is officially
announced that the British sub sub-marine
marine sub-marine E-3, was sunk last Sunday
by German wars'hfps in the (North
G E3AVAL BATTLE
RUIORJ:D IN BLACK SEA BE BETWEEN
TWEEN BETWEEN TURKS AND
v London, Oct. 20. The reports
persist of a big' Russo-Turkish na val
"battle iin the North Sea.
PROMISES TO BE PEACEFUL
Villa Assures American Government
that he Won't Act the Villain
IWashington, Oct. 20. Gen. Villa
(has informed the United States gpvr
ernment that iinless ecnething tin tin-Iforseen
Iforseen tin-Iforseen occurs, Ihostilities in IMexico
are at an end and tnat 'he will ; sup sup-porit
porit sup-porit any provisional eovernment
formed (by the national convention
Tat, A'guiascalientes. Villa said he
would accent Gen. Oarranza as pro pro-viisibn'al
viisibn'al pro-viisibn'al president, bnt was satisfied
that (he wtnrld.not fee chosen. It is
generally understood that Carranza
Idoes not desire -to be provisional
president, wishing to .be free to enter
the presidential race at the succeed succeeding
ing succeeding election.
BIG STORE BURNED
One Fireman Injured by Falling
Waycross, Ga., Oct. 20. The
Eagle Furniture Store was burned
this morning. Tthe loss is estimated
at fifteen thousand dollars. A fire fireman
man fireman "by the name of Ul'mer was in injured
jured injured by falling walls.
Scotch Collie pups and young stock
for sale; thoroughbred and acclimat acclimated;
ed; acclimated; eligib'e ifor registration. The
Ortega Kennels, R. F. D. Xo. 4,
Jacksonville, CFla. ; 10-17-lt
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i: i . Wit
ia fi fi rt" ft 1 1 1 '; n ft fi f f
II!) I 111 I
IDE P Biff
nilSSIAUS HAVE IUFLICTEO TfifGEI'DOUS LOSS Oil GEH-
AIIS ALB THE VISTULA RIVE
ITAIV A D
ARE AGAIN 3IAKING DPIX)MAT DPIX)MAT-IC
IC DPIX)MAT-IC PACES AT EACH OTIIER
CMasso, (Switzerland, Oct. 20. 20.-It
It 20.-It is reported that the situation oe oe-tween
tween oe-tween Italy and Austria i& again ap ap-proacihingthe
proacihingthe ap-proacihingthe ibreaking point. The
Austrians ibelieve ithe fire in the Ion Ion-falcone
falcone Ion-falcone -ddqk yard was the result of
an -Italian conspiracy.
JAPS AV1LL TAKE ALL PACHiTC
POSSESSIONS FROM THE
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Tokio, Oct. 20.Tiho admiralty
announced today-that for' strategic
reasons the traTshall, La-drone, 'East
Caroline and West. Caroline archipel archipelagoes
agoes archipelagoes have been : seized by, the Jap Japanese.
anese. Japanese. - :
Can't Ship Any 3Iore War Supplies
Thru Roumauia to Turkey
Lrondon, Oct. 20. A telegram has
been received from dBncnarest, Ro a
mania which declares that a German
train composed of 150 trucks Jaden
with munitions and other war ma material
terial material for Turkey, ha9 been stopped
(by the 'Roumanian authorities. The
German government protested, but
tfahe train was not. allowed- to pro proceed.
Mr. S. B. Hancock has Landed the
Vashington, Oct. 20. The presi president
dent president today nominated B. S. Hancock
to ibe postmaster at Pensaoola.
Petrograd. Oct 20. Tremendous
losses 'have been ; sustained by the
Germans in Itheir attacks on the
Russian position along the Vistula,
'but fighting continues day and night.
It is officially, reported 'that 18, 18,-000.
000. 18,-000. 'German dead h'ave foeeii (burled
by the Russians.
The iRnssuan are more than hold holding
ing holding their ownt The Aiustro-Germans
along the Warsaw and 'Ivnngorod line
are 'being forced back "step by step."
PROHIBITION 3LY BE MADE
" PERMANENT ; '
Petrograd, Oct; 20. tin a tele telegram
gram telegram to a temperance society j the
czar said: "I nave decided to pro pro-ihi'bit
ihi'bit pro-ihi'bit forever the government sale of
alcohfol.f ' r
RAI1 fll! THE Rl
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GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT S3IAS1I S3IAS1I-ED
ED S3IAS1I-ED BY THE JAIS
Tokio, Oct. 20. The German tor tor-pedo
pedo tor-pedo destroyer S-90 while trying to
escape from Kiao Chau. bay nnder.
cover of darkness, grounded and. was
wrecked by Jap anes'e, shells. ; 1 ;.
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Sliatterecl Austrian ,viArniies ixi'Artil':
Icry Battle on the D.unibs i;;:d
Nish, Oct. 20.- The Servian army
has defeated the An strings' in rrt!I rrt!I-Icry
Icry rrt!I-Icry tattles on the Danube and Civc
,4 t 1 1 ;
RuixGHES MAY RETURN
EXPORTS OF AUTOS
America Last Year Sent $1 0,000;.
000 Worth of Cars Abroad v
Wasnington, Oct. 20. -(Exports of
an torn cfbiles; from the United States
the ilast fiscal year eclipse all pre previous
vious previous (records amounting to $.40, $.40,-000,000
000,000 $.40,-000,000 iin Vahte. Figures iby the
department of commerce, ihowever,
s:hqiw a remarkable decrease in the
exports in .August, a result of the
European war, having fallen to 451
automobiles and motor tracks com compared
pared compared with .2,004 in the correspond corresponding
ing corresponding period last year.
HENRY'S FORLORN HOPE
Texas Congressman Still Fightin;
for Cottdn Legislation
Washington, Oct. 20. The m-ar
revenue bill, as amended and passed
in the Senate, was. referred Sto the
ways and means committee, instead
of conference, wifcen, the 'House, met
yestreday, this 'being the first move
in the filibustering tactics of Repre Representative
sentative Representative Henry, of Teras, wlio con
tinues to insist upon cotton 0 relief
Globe-Werncke Cabinets and Safes
at The Murary Company. 19-3t
The best Ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a.
specialty. j 10-2-Ct
ICE CREAM, all that the narntf
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8 : '
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Gentian Government Invites Belgian
Fugitives to Tlci aino Possession ;
oi Tlitir Homes r .'
i; The 'Hague, Czt 20.Burc:nr..v
itPTR in the ilpndin!? Dutch 'towns (have
l. J A 1 S. Ji..LM W u Kir v w.. j
that the German government has :,:
granted pcrmiccion for all( Iitl:;1aa i;.
reugec3J:o return to. their Lo;nc
Th3 enly resenvation is that rjien II-
able for military 'ssrvlco will be con- ?
ordered prisoners of war if they rc-
tufn'i;r ';;--.-v',: -.1 i ? ";v' 1 M
,Tbe lDutch burgomasters i:rt:3 the ,f
Dutch to permit the Belgian r;u-'
gees" to Tot -rn beme. as quicltly aa
possible. Train servico between
(Rootendaal and Antwerp, bas been re resumed.
- Tbe German 'legation at The "Hague
has sent a- communicatich to the?
Dutch' press saying that Germany
bad ta"ken measures in uVugut;t to
spare 'Belgium a .famine Cjy c..;;1;ing
Holland to allow transportation of
foodstuffs into Belgium over the (iTaas
the .understanding. bein tbat tho
foodstuffs were Intended for Belgium
only; ; 1
The Dutch government, -wbHo cym cym-taizlng
taizlng cym-taizlng with the request on 'humane
grounds twas wise to consider, it. as
the export of foodstuffs into Belgium
vmst objected to by Great Britain
and iFranc on the ground tLzt it
,waa Germany's duty to see that. tho
countries occupied by bcr armies did
not suffer from famine. If 'Holland
helped in that Tcspect it would ?bo an
infringement on her neutrality.
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We are able to do this because we are' backed by the largest merchant
tailoring organization In the world, employing only the very best union
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THE WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS.
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THE OC.UiA EVENING STAit. TIT3SI1AV, OCTOBEII 20, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
ft BITTING ER & CARROLIit' PROPRIETORS
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J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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Oeneral Election November 3, 1914
! tor United States Senator:
DUXOAX U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District: -FRANK
For Commissioner of. Agriculture:
W. A. MoRAE. ;
For Justice of Supreme Court:'
) T. W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Commissioner:
fR. HUDSON BURR.
' X. 1A. BLITCH.
or State Senator, 20th District:
j GLENN TERRELL.
! W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
! ALFRED AVER.
I?ior Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
.Itor County Treasurer:
JOHN JM. GRAHAM.
IVr County Commissioners:
I W. D. CARN.
''; WALTER LUEFMAN.
X. A. FORT.
S. R PYLES.
J?Vr (Members of School "Hoard:
I G. S. SCOTT.
3. It. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
-waiting and calling for an election
for another $55,000. V
Some objections are made to this
plan, .but if the .said' objections are
valid, the said bonds should be de destroyed.
It is possible for Ocala to elect a
m'ayor and council v.-ho won Id be out
more for graft than public improve improvement.
ment. improvement. Such a mayor and council
could get together at any time in the
next eighteen years and add ithese
bonds to our city debt.
If the bonds are of no use, they
should be destroyed at once.
BURR AND BLITCH FOR
- BUNCHED BOND ORDINANCE
Editor Star: I notice 4n the issue
of tho Star last week, and also this
week, what your paper calls the of official
ficial official ballot for election to be held
June 3rd, and I note .that everybody
who was nominated lias their names
on the ticket, except myself and -Mr.
iBurr, railroad commissioners. Of
course, I can see, that this anight
have been an oversight, but 1 was
informed by (Hon. II. Clay Crawford
today that some of the counties "Jhad
written up here to know, if the
names of candidates wbo bad no op op-position
position op-position ir the primary would go on
the ticket ajow, and of course,- you
understand they swill brave to Ibe vot voted
ed voted for now, the same as (any other
nominees, and iMr. Crawford inform-,
ed me that 'he had certified our
names wl.th the other counties, and I
would be glad, if you -would do me
the kindness to Investigate and see
if our names we re left off iby mis
take, and if so, I (hope they twill (be
placed on the ticket, as we will have
to 'be voted for, in the general elec
Thanking you in advance if or the
'favor, I am, ;
Yours very truly
;N. A. iBlitoh; Commissioner.
Tallahassee, Oct. 17, 4 1) 14.
The Star thanks Mr. Blitch for
calling its attention to the oversight.
It was caused -by trying to im;ake up
the ticket from a copy of. the nomi
nation ballot, which did not contain
the names of the railroad commis
sioners, w'ho had no opposition. The
editor, left what ihe thought, was a
small job to one of his associates,
anddid not notice the omission un
til air. Blitch's letter arrived.
.3 IR. BUKFORD'S ADVICE
OUR COUNTY FAIR
The time is fast approaching
when our next annual fair is due,
only a litfe over .a month intervenes
before the gates will be thrown open
to the public, and 'Marion county's
farmers be -put to the test of sustain-
ing their -reputation of collecting
the best general exhibit of farm pro
ducts to tbe if ound in., the state of Miss Annie -Savage, of Yalaha,
Florida. What stall the answer be? r daughter of Mr. S. S. Savage, Sr.,
and until within the pas tew years
ta resident of Ocala, lias proven
amply able to take care of iherself,
ibofh on water or land. A few days
ago she .went fishing on the Qake near
the (house and caught a. fine strin
oif fisli. She started for (home -with
he-r catch and saw a .huge rattlesnake
in her path. Miss Savage called to
iher grandmother, who 4s -quiite deaf,
to .13 ring ther a -gun. Th e old lady
could not (hear, -so ftliss Annie ran to
rfch house 75 yards away, got thegun
and returned to shoot the snake,
which (had crawled off in the tweeds.
.ISTot to foe outdone the; plucky" girl
trailed tthe reptile till sire heard 'him
rattling, in nis'coll, ready to strike
Let us consider sme of the reasons
why this year, above all others,
the most strenuous efforts should be
put 'forth to make the fair a success.
The objectors, (perhaps croakers
would be the (better application);
urge the ffact that owing to the
spring drouth the early crops t were
almost a complete failure, and most
farmers lost money. Ocassiomally
one is found who played even; a rara
avis' is he who came out a little
A letfer if rem Mr. ;R. A. Burford to Nhead.; But :Wat of the summer and
fUie city council, which appears in fal1 rops?. The season -has never
other columns, was handed to the benn more propitious for making
iStar yesterday, ibut as it was impos- te&y, pinders, potatoes, cane fall
itible tohave it set fin time it .had to gardens and the various etceteras
ibe 'held -until today. The Star, now- 'that are really the substantiate, It
ever, mailed each councilman in the would be far better 'for our agricul-l her; she -fired and blew tils head off,
H','i mrrvrrp rfMiP rHA tat riht turista if they gave more attention I at close range with a load of small
to .creneral farming and 'foil owed shot.
lezs the line of what are called
Has the thought ever
DurIords opinion before their meet-
man, while on the Withlacoochee
with a (party of friends a few; days
ago, caught twenty-enree )Dig nsn
among lhem one weigfiing thirteen
pounds. There is no part of Florida
where fishermen can "have (better
sport than in the lakes and streams
in the vicinity of Ocala.
V AV. B. EDWARDS
. In this evening. money crops, nas tne mongnt ever iAs the Times-Union trutntuiiy
iMr. Uurford argues that it is too vome to you (that Florida is the onpr a lf3(w dayslago, the exploits of
late for the council to separate the state in the entire country that can Florida fishermen ; would make
items to be voted for in the proposed retrieve on a fall crop what it has Jzaak Walton look lilre a iminnow'to
tond issue. He is of the opinion that lost in the spring? Demonstrate this 3 .whale. "Our uudge Warner has
I i a Art i a .T-l I Jl ft I f .
trach a (ballot would- ibe only ad vis- rat 1 worm ana ir wnaa, u prooably caugllt more pounds or
ory; that .the council could do as it 'tre crowded with homeseekers. I ,fish in a week than ,the venerated
Oioased about following out its rec- ve nave inviiea our sisier couiliju izaa caught in-all MS 'liteA vir.
ommendatlons, and-also seems, to r lm'ter to compete for tne prizes .WlWTGrray, wlfois also some fiisher-
think tnat-such a ballot might cause -offered by the fair association,
complicat-ions that might invalidate (Farmers, would you feel that you
,the election. ad done your full duty if you al-
! As a lawyer, Mr. Burford has no lovyl Sumter county to carry off a
superior in the state. It 13 seldom majority of the ibest premiums? Yet
Chat Oils opinions do not stand the Sumter will do this unless you use
test of the courts. your .best endeavors for success. Al-
' The S:ar thinks Mt. iBurford -gives achua, too, on the north, thas a brand
Che council sound advice. It is pos- new fairnve call lit 'brand new, but
Bible for it to -call off the election Alfohua calls it "second annual."
set for next week, to pass an ordi- They told us last year they were
nance calling for an election as folding a gala day oit Thanksgiving.
-Boon as possible, with the different 'It 'has fhad time .to igrow-during the
Hiurposes for onds itemized on the past twelve months and passes into
ballot. This would cause very lit- history as a full-fledged fair "mira
cle expense, comparatively little de- ibie dictu.'
Cay, and it might change the result Farmers- of Marion, we call upon
of the election. I you to do your ibest. You ihave every
Some of the purposes for which I incentive to work iharder and more
ho bunch bond issue" is intended -consistently than ever before. Coun Coun-sire
sire Coun-sire rnuon needed, some not so much Uy pride, county precedent, and your
fein one not at all. The Star knows own best interests snould prompt
cnany citizens who are in favor of you to keep old Marlon where she
(bonds who will vote against them 'belongs in the lead as the 'best ag ag-nlT
nlT ag-nlT for thft reasons that Mr. Bur- cultural county in the state of
ifonrl Was lo'sricallv set forth If the 'Florida.
tKnd issue is defeated, another-Is not
(likely to be called for, for several I iHenry 'Watterson, editor of the
months. If it carries, it will be over Louisville Courier-Journal, called on
ithe votes of -a large number or our I President virson at the White
' "people, among them many of those House Sunday, following the exam exam-'
' exam-' rwno pay the bulk of the taxes, A; pie set two 'weeks ago by George
harmonious election and an uncloud- 'Harvey, formerly editor of Harper's
ed result would greatly facilitate Weekly. This is believed to mark
Che progress that the best friends of the end of the controversy between
To the City Council of Osala:
Gentlemen: I am induced to ad address
dress address you this open communication
thru the press in order that it may
reaca eacn inaiviiual meniDer in
time for 'him to give it such consid
eration as he may deem proper in
advance of your meeting which I am
n formed will be liield tomorrow.
(Tuesday) night, &i -which time 1
understand that you will endeavoT to
dissolve the -combination feature of
the 'bond ordinance, and provide for
a vote on each project separately.
This is indicated Iby the comunica-
tlon of ?Mr. 'Roess, in ,the Banner of
the 18th Inst., w!r;. after defending
the 'policy of Hr inching, says:
"However, nee the r-'J-"2 beems
to nave cr.it: iied the lun hing of
he bonds 'mere severely than any
thing else in 'his bond iss ie, the
matter was brc'ght up' informally at
a meeting of tha council last night
and I 'believe that, as a res-ilt 3f this
discussion, erery voter will be siven
an opportun!:yato vote for or against
each and every i reposition c; arate-
In the same issr.e of the Banner
the associate city co-nsel. Mr,
Hampton, is quoted as ta'-lng:
"An investigation of the a :thori-
ties clearly show that an ordinan-2
may provide for submitting as many
propositions as the council desires,
for whica the city is authorized to
bond, and that all may be provided
for In one ordinance; may -be called
under one call, and voted at one
election .by the use of one ballot, bat
the 'ballot must specify the different
purposes, and the voter .'given an op-
port uni ty of voti n g for or agai nst
any one of -the purposes, and I have
found no fase holding to the con contrary."
trary." contrary." -1 ,; ;:r-:;
This proposition is undoubtedly
sound, and is im strict accordance
with the views I expressed in my
first article published in the Star
of the 10th- and the Banner of the
11th instant, from which I J, quoted
"The ordinance could ihave 'been
easily framed so as to have permit
ted a vote at the same election, and
without additional expense on each
propositio n separately, and thus al
low each project to stand or fall
When measured 'by Its own merits."
It will fbe observed, however, that
Mr. iHampton in his quoted Interview
says that; "an ordinance may pro provide,"
vide," provide," etc., but he does. not say that
the ordinance now under considera
tion doejS KO provide for submitting
the propositions to be voted upon
separately, nor do I believe that he
will gl it such an ; in tenpretati on
It Is evident that it was never so
ntentdetl by the council!, tas the argu-
ent thru the public press and
therwise -has (been to 'the effect that
all (improvements were needed, and
that it was wise to provid e if or them
kinder one issue of $305,000, with the
purposes combined, and it fias never
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METHCrS XAIL ( UST03IEI1S TO US AVIIEN' THi:V CXCTE
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Ocala .wish for their city.
SHOULD HE ATTEXDED TO
the president and the editor that
arose during the former's predomi
In the vault in the clerk's office
at the city hall are $55,000 in wa-
Colonel Kyle, one of the most suc successful
cessful successful business men and manufac-
terworks bonds, requiring only the turers of the South, raised "560 (bush-
signature of the mayor to make them J els of corn on four acres of land at
Interest bearing paper, negotiable Clearwater, Fla. .without the use of
in the financial market. fertilizer. This is an average yield
These bonds are left over sfrom 'of 140 bushels to the acre. Col. Kyle
the issue intended tor the purchase says that the possibilities of Florida
tiTirt improvement of the water land, when properly bandied are
rworks. The 'works were purchased unlimited. Florida Grower.
for a much smaller amount, and The Colonel Kyle referred to is
very little improvement ha3 (been j probably the father of our T. S.
made. , Kyle, and the corn was raised on the
The Star, in common with many Oklawaha JRiver. Drainage Farm in
citizens, can't see .why these bonis j Marion county.
rwere not sold months ago and the
,rtH nPAip imDrovemeata on the att'. H. A. Burford has gone to
nvater iWOTks commenced; instead of White Springs lor a few days.
Crystal 'River News: .Mr. AV. B
Edwards after an illness of abou
ten weeks, pasy d away on last AVed
- Mr. (Ed wards was (born in Clarion
county, Florida, June 30th, 1850,
and was 64 years of age. s He came
to Crystal (River -When the was only
mine years old, and with the excep
tion of about eight years in Red
iLevel, (he (has been a citizen of this
town, ever since.
.His long years of citizenship in
Crystal River, (had greatly endeared
him to the people of our town, and
the death ofv'Unele (Billy," as toe was
(familiarly called 'by Ms most inti
mate ifriends, has cast a tgloom over
the entire community.
QIt. 'Edwards leaves an only bro
ther, Mr. O. tE. 'Edwards, of Red
Level, who is now the sole survivor
of 1(5 children. ;He was the f ather of
ten children, eight of -whom are still
living; IE. E. Edwards, of Turkey
Creek, Fla., iM. P. 'Edwards,, of Au
burn, Ala., G. ID. Edwards, of-.Her
nando, H. AV. and AV. ill. Edwards,
of Crystal River, R. E. Edwards, of
Homestead, Fla., C. D. Edwards, of
Miami, Flas and Qlrs. J. J. Turner,
The if uneral services will oe held
at the "Baptist church, (Rev. 31r. aiath-
ews,.of Dunnellon, officiating, after
which the interment took place at
AA'e are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 2 Sets or SOcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Dr. AA". K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala.- Adv.
been sniggested until -now that under
the ordinance the -projects could be
lawfully voted uron separate, and
a bond Issue provided for less than
the aggregate amount of $305,000
for tlie, combined purpos es.
A mere reading of the ordinance
providing for; the contemplated (bond
issue, and under which the (bonds
are to o a issued', I f authorized
will show clearly that the council
asks for authority to make a 'bond
issue.of $305,000 under the provis provisions
ions provisions Of the ordinance, to be appro appropriated
priated appropriated or distributed to the various
purposes mentioned therein. There is
motding whatever in the ordinance
either asking or providing for
authority to issue bonds in any
other amount, or for any one pur
pose, to the exclusion of any other
purpose mentioned. The .bond issue
is combined ',' and the purposes are
oombdned, with a Bpecification as to
wOiat amount of the aggregate issue
shall be distributed or appropriated
to the several pa rposes respecti-eiy.
To further sustain my contention
In this re"gard I submit a rief analy
sis of the ordinance as follows:
J(a) The title says: "An ordi ordinance
nance ordinance ito provide for the issuance of
bonds of the City of Ocala to the
amount of $ 3 05,00 0." (Here fol follows
lows follows the several-, purposes and
the amount to Ibe appropriated or
'distributed to each). "Also to sub
mit to the registered voters of said
City of Ocala the question of Issuing
said bondsfor the said amount of
(lb). Section one directs the may
or to make proclamation ordering
an election: "submitting to the
registered voters of the City of
Ocala the question of whether or not
the mayor and city council of said
City of Ocala shall issue bonds of
said City of Ocala to the amount of
snn noo fUere follows tne sev-
eral purposes and amount to be ap appropriated
propriated appropriated or distributed to each).
(c). Section two provides for the
form of the bond to be issued in de
nominations of $1,000 each, num-
hprl from 1 to 305- successively.
V c. 'f''
DOb,T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES. A LIT LITTLE
TLE LITTLE CORRECTION AT THIS TIMt. HAY SAVE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IXNOV, AND HAVE YOUIi EYES
TES TED BY AY EXPER T. THIS EXAIUNA TIQN IS F.7EE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL YOU SO. Ill YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
YOUR EYES." '
(Concluded on Page Five)
J- Clean, Fresh, Vell Laundered Luicn
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Daclnccc,
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BETTER SALARIES V5'
kjala tE.LG SAAK. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1011
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PROFESSOR TA FT
PRAISED THE PRESIDENT
Flour ml Ej;s arc? Pies and Cookies
Imp taut Xoo
HIT If Von Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS. AMI CHOI'S AND ROASTS
..' What vVouItl Voa Good Folks Do?
COME EARLV'AXD AVOID THE RUSH.
; ciTY MARKET
.Choice selected, per gallon, Si. 25
'.Cho3cc selected, per Jarrel, 2.00
"OURS are BETTER"
We ship-in Se tied Tins.
We solicit your orders.
fell mh & -.Oysfei
. Crystal River, Fla.
Address of the Former Executive at
Meeting of the r American liar
Washington, Oct. 20.? resident
Wilson deliver? .1 an ai "ress of wel welcome
come welcome to the menders of tli a A merican
Bar Association who are here for the
three-cay ann'al meeting. There
wars a notable gathering of di.vt::is di.vt::is-uliliel
uliliel di.vt::is-uliliel lawyers and jv.d?es io tear
A;': ":he conclusion of the presi dent's
.speech William Howard. Taftfho i?
president cf the association, real hls
annual a l iress.
Praise for the President from the
Frofesscr Taft praised the poli policies
cies policies of President Wilson in meeting
the war crisis.
He contra ste I the (peaceful meet meet-in?
in? meet-in? of the association on foreign soil
at Mcntreal last year 'with the pres present
ent present situation of "each half of the
European world rejoicin? at the
enormous losses, reaching into the
hundreds of thousands, of the other
half'. ' -VP. '-: ;.S
"Such human catastrophe, such ft
ata?iy-?m in history-, V beggars a vo vocabulary
cabulary vocabulary inadequate description an
throws gIo?im over the entire world,"
he continued. "It makes the 'peace 'peaceful'
ful' 'peaceful' administration cf justice, and r
discussion cf plans for its improve
ment, seem prosaic and uninterest uninterest-:n.
:n. uninterest-:n. 'AY'IiF? we tand agnast at thb
awful welter of blood, destructive
y .the h3pjrtine?s cf Europe, we arc
prc'fount'ily grateful fcr our splendid
isci'aion ami the freedom L'rom en entangling
tangling entangling alliances whicih Washing Washington
ton Washington enjoined upon the American peo people.
ple. people. "The overwhelming Importance; to
us cf keeping out cf -the struggle
has led President Wilscn to warn
Decay in ,any food will cause stomach and liver
ailments and a tired, heavy-headed feeling.
Beer is food, a saccharine product. Light dis disturbs
turbs disturbs its chemical properties causing decay.
Beer in light bottles is ???
Schlitz is made pure and brewed in the dark the
Brown Bottle keeps it pure until it is poured
into your glass, sparkling and clear as crystal.
See that Croum is branded "Schlitz."
in Brovn Bottles
The Carmichael & Sons Co
V J 16 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla. ;
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It I t I i .1 I I I 1 I I II I 1 i n II ukii a a ( I
B mi ih(B Sal! SM
rv n o
tiie American people in their public
expressions and (actions to maintain
a3 far. as passible an Impartial at attitude,
titude, attitude, and in this appeal he should
have the w-armest approval and the
slncerest co-operation ; of all of us.
Most of us dQ not underhand how
m ach sign i ficance Eu ro pan peoples
give to hostile expressions of oar
press and cf proniineut men, which
they are juite Inclined to regard as
either inspired or at least asquiesed
in ;by ourigovcrnment, and as em embodying
bodying embodying the views of the entire (peo (peo-pie.
pie. (peo-pie. They do not appreciate the
rjdxtrparatdvely'; IS t tie Tvel gh t In jud -iug
our national attitude that oug-lit
to be given to editorial expressions,
or hastily iprevared communications I
based on current reports necessari necessarily
ly necessarily inaccurate or biased. The lang language
uage language of the -president, in "which he
declined to be drawn into a decision
or an expression of an opinion on the
compTaints of (belligerents, was aincst
admirable, and showed to he world
'that 'we -moist, show that two do -not
intend to be drawn into this con con-troversy
troversy con-troversy dn any -way; that twhile we
are willing to -assist as imuch5 as
possible in bringing about tpeace, our
altitude as judges cannot 'be invok invok-3
3 invok-3 1 until we are ghen formal au-'hc-rity
with a stipulated condiLtion
by the parties to abide the judge judgement..
ment.. judgement.. ; ..:;'.;V. '.V v
"We are the principal nation, and
I 'might almost say the only nation,
o-f the chris tain world not so relat related
ed related to the struggle that both sides
may really regard us as disinterest disinterested
ed disinterested f riends. It. is our highest duty,
and the president makes plain his
earnest appreciation of this, not to
oacirifice and destroy this grreat lev leverage
erage leverage -for successful 'mediation when
the oppo rtu nlty arises, "by ill ad vis ed
and 'premature judgements upon tne
merits. The sensitiveness of tne
struggling participants to every, view,
friendly or liostile, Is anostt acute.
ManyVof 1 's dch't remember hcw we
felt wrhen similarly placed.
"Meantime in the sound of (battle,
-peace treaties are .being made ne-
tween s nd. -many of the 'belligerents,-'by
whicfh' iwe agree to a period
of ane year as a -locus penitetntiate be
fore a declaration of war. This
ioes not seem a large step, but it
is sometiiing and might prove to be
most valualble under circumstances
rhat one can imagine. The present
war, nowever, has been used toy the
oroonents of arbitration to prove
''hat treaties are of no avail, and
Vhait if a nation wishes to go to war
no treaty, Will prevent It. Xp one
wiho has advocated treaties of arbi
tration as imeans of avoiding armed
':cufliot ..-has ever contended that they
are an absolute insurance against
xar. iXobbdy 'has contended that
treaties are not 'broken. Is It a rea
son that some are broken that we
should give up making them?
"And now that we are discussing
?ciirjpliance with treaties and the ef ef-feet
feet ef-feet of treaties of arbitration an'i of
peace upon the chances of war, i3 it
not a good time ;for us to clean our
"iwn 'house and to put ourselves In
a position where we can fulfill to the
letter everjr treaty that we ihave en-
tered into? We have made treaties
c friend si'iip -and peace indeed
treaties with ail the world in which
we nave assured to aliens, subjects
: r citizens of the other party to the
treaty, resident within our t orders,
Itue process cif 'law in prcsteftion of
'ife, liberty and property. But we
now wdthold, ihowever, from the same
-hat makes the treaty the 7)ower to
'ulC'Il its oibligations. A .statue of
a dozen lines would put i In the
power of the president to institute
U'dicial proceed in'gs, civil and crim crim-nal,
nal, crim-nal, in- courts oif the United States
'o punisih a violation of the treaty
rigth ts of aliens and enable shim to
uie the civil and military executive
arm of tne government to protect
against their threatened Invasion. In
our past experience, we taust realize
that mob violence committed through
race prejudice against aliens will nev never
er never be punished toy state authority,
and there is nothing that a 'high
strung people and it is peoples now
who largely control the matter of
war and peace, resent so mudh as
the imistreabment of their fellow fellow-countryman
countryman fellow-countryman Jiving under the flag of
a foreign government that has stip stipulated
ulated stipulated and. pledged its honor to give
them, protection. The real opposi opposition
tion opposition to this refo-m finds its source
in the factional determination of peo people
ple people in localities to exclude lawful
immigrants. They look to illegal
Oorce to maintain their purpose, and
they fear the effectiveness of the na na-ricnal
ricnal na-ricnal arm in restraining it."
Will Decide on Xejjro 3Iembei-ship
.The association will tackle the
question-cf negro members Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, when a resolution, rescinding
'ec'aring negroes undesirable, pass pass-el
el pass-el in 1912, will be debated. There
are tt present, three negroes in the
a??cciation and it is contended that
uh ey were el eted by stealth with wither
er wither t he association knowing it was
"c 'm ating c her than white men.
j !ii3 ctvening Senator Elihu (Root,
i .Xew York, will deliver an address
entitled "The Layman's Criticism of
Tomorrow, the Rignt Honorable
Sir Chariest Fitzpatrick, chief jus justice
tice justice of the Dominion of Canada, will
speak on "Tne Constitution of Cana Canada."
da." Canada." On Th rsday, there will be an
address try IRomulo S. iXaon, the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine ambassador, on 'Tne Argen Argentine
tine Argentine Constitutional Ideas."
tMany allied and subsidiary bodies
meet 'at the same time, and address addresses
es addresses will be delivered by Governor
Simeon E. Ijaldwin, of Connecticut,
tRo'bert H. Parkinscn, of Illinois, Ed Edmund
mund Edmund Wemore, of iXew York, Asso Associate
ciate Associate Judge OIcReyno Ids, cf the Unit United
ed United States Supreme Court, and Char Charles
les Charles A. Boston, of New York.
A vigorous stomach, perfect work
ing liver and regular acting bowels Is
guaranteed If you use Dr. King's
Xew Life Pills. They insure good di
gestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic effect on the
whole systempurify the blood and
rid you of all body poisons thru the
bowels. Only 25 c. at your drug
: She Wanted to Hold Car.
George Gerrodette, motorman, was
just starting his car from Patchogue,
Long Island, for the run to Bayport,
when a young woman walked up to
"Please wait ten or fifteen minutes
for me, so I won't have to stay over
for the next car' Ehe said. 'I've just
found a dress at the store that I like
awfully well, but I think I ought to try
It on first."
!Tm sorry," said the inotorman, "but
I just can't do it."
The bell clanged, the car started,
and the young woman was left stand
ing in the road.; The mo torman's con
science pricked him. At last he said:
"I'm used to stopping to tellv 'em
the time o' day, whether the water's
line, and, how the fish bite, but blessed
it that, girl don't, c-pt ma
HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE
Many recoveries from lung troubl troubles
es troubles are due to D r. Bel l's v P ine-Ta r r-Honey.
Honey. r-Honey. It strengthens the lungs,
checks the cough l and gives relief at
once. CMr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates,. -X.
C, writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Pine Pine-TarHoney
TarHoney Pine-TarHoney in a case given up as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure.' Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's
PIne-Tar-tHoney. If your cough is
dry and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you 'will surely get reliaf.
Only 25c at your druggist, tu-thrs
Breaking Up Pavement With -a Plow.
The street car company of Cleve
land : has recently designed, a novel
pavement plow for the quick and eco economical
nomical economical break-up of paving ante
cedent to track, work. The plow con
sists of a heavy steel casting of suit
able shape for lifting the paving blocks
and for cutting the tie rods at the
same time. It is pulled by a service
motor car. Three men and the crew
of the motor car are all the personnel
needed to operate the machine. This
unique plow can remove 1,300 square
feet of pavement In one minute. On
another occasion the pavement in a
stretch of track 2,600 feet long was re removed
moved removed in 35 minutes. The plow is
used but once or twice a week, for an
hour's work with it will give the street
car company encugli track to work on
for eiht or twelve days Electric
YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS
No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you tout instead.
Take Dj:. King's -Xew Discovery, re relief
lief relief follows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothes your cough away.
Pleasant, antlceptic and healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
Dr. King'" Xew Discovery and keep
it In the house. ''Our family coagh
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Ban Chester, Ohio. Money
back If not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
-" Not Patented.
Cooperation Is the keynote In suc successful
cessful successful accident prevention work.
Many large manufacturers who have
designed accident prevention devices
f or their own use have not patented
them in order that others may utilizo
their Ideas. A large railroad company
which has designed all of the accident
prevention apparatus in nse In its ma machine
chine machine shops is willing to furnish blue blueprints
prints blueprints of the devices to thoseVho de de-sire
sire de-sire to install them in their plants.
A PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has been asked, "In
wnat way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?'- The answer is,
They are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. "Be sides
they im prove the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels In a natural and -healthy con condition,
dition, condition, .while the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed lay constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
Mending an Umbrella.
Take a small piece of black stick sticking
ing sticking paste and soak it until It Is quite quite-soft;
soft; quite-soft; place it carefully under the bole
inside and let dry. This Is better
than darning, as It closes the hcto
neatly and withcut stitching.
Tho Boifar Vali-Board
fpHERE'S a better way to
build valls than, by usin
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con con-tiactor's
tiactor's con-tiactor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to, build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
ID ADGER-EOARD is easy to ap ap-ply.
ply. ap-ply. Don't vait for plasterers,
do & work yourself. All the tods
needed are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects,
Permanent Vclfe at
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it make a permanent
wall. ; In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses. .
,Call on or write- for prices
J. D. McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
S 1 f t
4 1 1
A 1 S
u 1 V
uero s JissiL a .-evj
5 Gals. OH (All this wk)
1 pk I. Potatoes (All wk)
White House Coffee, lb.
1 pk S. Potatoes (All wk.
3 Cans Balto. Tomatoes
t lb Rumforrt Jl. Powder.
Good onion, per pound.
O pkgs Sensat'n Tobacco.
10 lbs. Meal
10 IbH Grits
BACON, per pound.....
15e Stuffed Olives, bot..
15c Catsup, bottle
15c 2-lb Can Peas .
15c Com, 2 for
CcDia Cecil Grczsi'y
Next to Burnett's
On Fort Kim Avenue
"G fell &y
llerdianls & TJiners! Trans. Co.
BALTlfylORE '-iy' ...
P H I L A p; E L P H'l
New; Steamers. Low Fares. TSzzX
service. Wireless telegraph on all
rteamers. Through fares and tickets
o all Northern and Western points.
For reservations. tickeW. etc
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
I have moted 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 vork ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
14 FORT RING AVENUE
U If. MJ II lMJa
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUBSDAV, OCTOBER 20, 1914
I ocala social affairs f
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(If you have any items for thla department call phone 106)
Thought for the J)aj-
Plcasmrcs are disappointing, but
duty brings a rxilm assurance ol
well-doing and a nappiness that will
not r 'ear out with the glare of tc tc-imorrow's
imorrow's tc-imorrow's sun.
air. and &lrs. J. J. Geri? left this
afternoon ror .ynencus, ua., zo ; ue
in attendanceprin the JmarrSago of
HhiAr sister, &tss Laura Gerig, of
Wiynesbbro, S. C, to iHn -trof jer,
also of South CTpllna," Tfaef lar-
riagcceremoiiy .will fae performed at
-the home pf the "bride's sister, Mrs.
Kate Gooding of Amer-Jcus. QIr. and
Airs. Gerig will return home next
Tfaursday, accompanied fay their
brother, iMr. Albert Gerig, wfi: has
heen tfae guest of, fais sister since
Ceavlng Johns dlopklas hosjpit?J ten
days ago. j
3Irs, W. L. Ditto m ill not TeUirn
to Jacksonville to reside, bi t will
make her home for the future in
this city with faer son and Ui ughter-in-law
31 r. and 'Mn;. FrarJ: Ditto
sMiss. Jtuby Gitefendaner ttio.it
charmingly emtertained the, members
of the young girls auction dub this
afternoon at her home on Oklawaha
avenue. -Miss Gissjendaner only had
the club members, and .." the two
.tables were (attractively arranged in
,tbe pretty Biking -room adorned twith
cut. flowers. At the conclusion of the
k 1 1- i I 1 V TTT X, M. i-Xj X XX i- T kLbA LAA V V W V
served and the club prize,, a pretty,
deck of Congress cards, vnas given to
tfae highest score. For refreshments
the vounir ladies were joined by
(Misses Ethel Ilaycraft and Kathleen
Jackson The .afternoon spent as
cMiss Gis&endaner's guests 'was. a
raiost delightful one.
IMr. T. P. Drake has Teturned to
Ms faome in Yalaha, after a short
business visit to Ocala. Mrs. Drake,
;who was very ill in Jacksonville the
latter Dart of the summer, lias en
tirely reco ve red m u ch to th e d el ight
of a large circle 'of friends.
I Mrs. ;It. T. Adams and- little
daughter Dorothy, have returned
from a delightful week end visit
spent in Gainesville, as the guests
of Mrs. Adam's fa rot her, Mr. T.B.
String-fellow and family. ;
LMiss (Jttutn iey, so ,piea,iAiiiu)y ie-
membered in this city, faut now of
Lakeland, is having a charming visit
ivVltfa Mrs, aE: T. lloux, in Plant City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. LaRue "and
daughter, Miss Ivo, went to Lecs Lecs-faurg
faurg Lecs-faurg and 'Eustis yesterday.
Miss Hattie Allen, of Sorrento,
arrived today from Jacksonville,
wvfaere she has -been visiting friends.
and .will fae the guest foT a few days
of Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake.
A card from: Qlr. Packham, at
Cape May Point, N. J., says fae and
jaTto Tfn1ri?m vrAOt. to 'To in
Ocaia Hy the last of the week.
m m m
Mrs. J. N. Shedd, .who has been
the guest of Mrs Campbell and Miss
Alice Campbell for several days, re returned
turned returned to her faome at (Belle view
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Giles, their
daughter and two young sons, came
to Ocala tlaife morning f rom Umatilla
dn an auto to do some shopping with
Mrs. W. II. Henry was in the city
' VV v- "O '
!N. Garret,, and family.
. m m m
(Mr. and Mrs. O. 'H. Rogers came
In this morning from their faome at
Lynn and were the guests for the
uay Ol LUT. myer s paiiia., 1
- master and (Mrs. Rogers, ahd family.
JMr. and Mrs. Melton were shop shopping
ping shopping in the city today, returning to
(their fabme at Citra in the fate af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. m m
Miss Victoria Raysor :went out to
tne Raysor farm near Lowell today,
tor a few days .stay.:.
Mrs, J. B. Klock, of East Lake,
faas r?turned home after spending
a few days in tfae city, the guest
of Mrs. Carroll.
Miss Lydia Owens of Tampa, is
the guesit of 'Mrs. E. G. Ri-ers.
The children of the C. of C. will
sell candy at the Temple theater
this evening for the purpose of
raising (money for current expenses
, thai must fae met, -before the annual
state convention of the U. D. C,
meets in Kissimmee next
' It is sincerely hoped that
the efforts of these little girls will
A Delightful Afternoon
Mrs. G. C. Shepherd entertained
ttfae' two societies of thei Baptist
cfaurch in a most charming manner
yesterday afternoon tat Slier oozy ap apartments
artments apartments on iFort Kinr avenue.. The
receptfon fa all and living .room were
crowded fwttfa ladies miiowe fingers
fwere busy fashioning dainty, (pretty
(things for their Thanksgiving faazar.
On the gartlery was a 'howl of delic delicious
ious delicious mrich made tfrom ifiruit sent to
(Mrs. Sfaepfaerd froto Indiana fay the
doctor's sister, this
guests assembled fay
nvas' served the
Afc the close of the sewing hour
Mrs. Ifooiis Duval called for quiet
and announced that tfae next thirty
(minutes wou'd be devoted to a
study of '"Early Diayy in Woman's
Missionary Work in Florida," this
being the time set ttpart-for all over
the state if or the grudy,'. (prayer and
gifts for state missions. An inter inter-esing'and
esing'and inter-esing'and instructive program fol followed
lowed followed in TVhich tmaray. took piart and
all enjoyed. This sWvice'iwas closed
with prayexj. fay (Mrs. Purvis, vice vice-president
president vice-president of the 'Fanny R. Gary Misr
slocary Society of the church. :
. Mrs. Shepherd, assisted fay faecr
sisters Miss "Nellie Xiddon and
(Mrs. Charles Afaeam, semred a de delicious
licious delicious chick em sfilad iwith wafers,
Bandwich es gnava jelly stripes ar.d
Idill spickles. ''; .;' ;
These meeting WiiL continue -faru
'the (week today rw it h Mrs. John
-DJ wards; Thursday with Mrs. Van
(Hood and Friday witfaMrs. IRi'chard
Hall. On Wednesday evening the
men of the church will conduct a
(missionary meeting, which (will be
held at ithd regular, prayer fa'oyr,
7:30. f- :
A special ifea'ture of this service
fwiH be inspiring music (by a chorus
of young men. ; '
Everybody invited V ':
m m m '-"
Miss Veva Purdy, who has faeen
the guest of faer nncle and aunt, Dr.
and Mrs. J. H. Dunn for some weeks,
will leave on the early mornin
board train tomorrow for
fa ome at Portsmouth Ohio. 1
Mr. and. Mrs. Charlies Matthews
and family are moving" today to
their new; faome at Candler. They
were accompanied fay Mrs. Matheiw s
son, Mr. John Ofathews', wfab, with
fais wife, spent yesterday as their
guests. '.' ."'
1 m m m
Mrj and DIrs. Henry iWatterson
Tucker will finisfa moving today into
their pretty new ; faome .recently pur
chased on Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. King of Lecanto, was operated
on yesterday for appendicitis.
Master Powe Crosby returned
Mrs. Purdom returned faome to today.
day. today. Mr. O'eil also returned to, his
faome at Brooksville today.
iRev. Father Jerome, O. S. B., of
St. Leo Abbey, will hold services at
the regular faours at St. Pfadlilip's
churcfa next Sunday.
The Little Brownie" is .tfae latest
picture machine. At Gerig s drug
store. $1.25. 10-19-tf
The.faest ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy, Sunday orders a
2,000 BOXES OF
Nearly Ready to Sbip.
ON TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I .have a splendid Orange
, Grove, of 1 6 acres, on 2 0-acre
tract, xUll fenced faut no otfaer im-
. provernents. More than -2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost Teady to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly faudded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
- Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. S. Savage, Ff
Room 5, 3Ierchants Block,
Phone 125, OOALA, FLA
MR5L XAXXIE SCILlUiIIl
Died at her home in Tampa, Sep September
tember September 26th, Mrs. Nannie Schaker,
the devoted wife of Mr. P. O. Schak Schaker,
er, Schaker, to w!!iom f he vas married in 1891.
The deceased was 53 years of age.
Many years 'of her .girlhood were
spent with, her sister in Blitcfaton,
Mrs. W. 3B. Hammons, She joined
the M;thodist church at the age of
15 and lived a devoted Christian- life.
so one enjoyed more friends or swill
fae as jnucfa missed In the community
in which she Hired.
Kememher, liusfaand aad relatives,
how sweet it will fae in that faeamti faeamti-ful
ful faeamti-ful lend with songs on your Hps
and harps in your hands to meet
wife tmd siste r again.
S. II. .Blitcfa.
IiORI MR 3IATH E WS
Lcrine, tho little tare-year-' old
dauffater of Mr and Mrs. D.' B.
Mathews, die 1 at their home at Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield at 1(2:30 last night, of .'dyath .'dyath-eria
eria .'dyath-eria Ifae little body waa buried this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon In the family faurlal plot at
Mr. "and Mrs iMatfaews have the
sficerest ?Tmpatfay of their : sieigh sieigh-fars
fars sieigh-fars and f dends in the I'osis of their
little one. '
IX TOUOII WITH AJAj
THAT IS UPLIFTING
This city is to fave a Chautauqua
next March. Over fifty of our pro progressive
gressive progressive fausiness men are behind
the project. The hard -thinking men
of affairs of this city 'have seen th
need of the Chautauqua, and have
pledged their money and their ener energy,
gy, energy, to its support.
.These men faayi ibeen working
in many ways to make our city one
of the ibest in the state. ;. The effect
of their work is seen on all sides.
They .believe in faig things and they
think that nothing is too faig or tco
good for their town the town 'in
wfaich they are rearing their beys
and igirls 'the town in which their
fausiness interests are located th
tow:i- which is their faome.
Tfaey faave weighed the ques'tiouj
just as three thousand otlier towns
did last year, and they faave faecome
convilnced of many reasons why. this
community shor Id have its 'Chautau
qua. . iv '-
Tfaey faave seen that it raises the
sentiment in ..regard to ;' enterta.In enterta.In-ment;
ment; enterta.In-ment; for Chautauqua towns offer a
poor field to street sfaows, cheap
tiieatricals, etc. Tfaey see that It en-',
courages the Vcity, .beautiful;" 'for
fifaautauqua (towns are in touch with
the newest efforts toward r m-unrcipa!
Tliey have seen, 'that It creates
scientific sentiment, for chauta'uqua
towns are interested In sdetfdtfic rJ rJ-seajcfa
seajcfa rJ-seajcfa and discoveries.
Tfaey see that it 'brings tfae.tovn
in touch' wi tfa the outside woria;
for a cfaaltauqua helps tfae stay-at-faomes
to faecome travelers, intro introduces
duces introduces them to otfaer corners of the
world, other customs and (peopl?.
They have learned that a Chautau Chautauqua
qua Chautauqua influences Intelligent .voting" for
a Chautauqua fa rings the leaders of
the political parties ,ln to close and
intimate touch with the people.
, .Tfaey faave seen that it (widens the
.religious outlook ; for a cfaautau qua
is non-sectarian and, brings the -best
of all (phases of religious V (belief to
town. It stirs up entfausiasm among
the young menand women to get out
in the lworld and do something. worth
wfaile : for it brings to town men
and women of achievement who in
spire fay example and precept.
They see that it teaches personal
faygeine; for Chautauqua is the apos
tle of clean thinking and ; Tigfat liv
ing. -: .:. ' :.. ': r v
Tfaey see that Chautauqua sounds
the call to social service, and Its
keynote is 4,farotherhood."
The Chautauqua (this city mill get
wil not fae a series of vaudeville en
tertainments, misnamed "Chautau
qua," (but we faave ibecome a part
of a system under the; direction of
Dr. George Selden Waldo, of Gaines
ville whose ehautaquas arke .patterned
after (the mother Chautauqua at
Chautauqua, SN. Y., presenting pro
grams rich im instruction and in inspiration,
spiration, inspiration, and abounding in music
and entertainment of the highest
Men of national reputation will
be here. Great orators, and teacn-
ers, celebrated entertainers, noted
singers ana instrumentalists, or
chestras, famous preachers, etc
For ten days there will fae a flow of
The Chautauqua bears the distinc distinction
tion distinction of facing the one place in the
year where all the town gathers and
looks into each other's face. Here
meet the churches, the lodges, the
oolitical (parties, the fausiness ri
vals. Here they sit and relax and
listen to common truths and whole
some entertainment, and a kindlier
feeling comes and a 'better nnder
standing and a greater civic pride.
The price of a season ticket ad-
-I II I,
We are displaying the most beautifiil line of ties
ever shown in Ocala
New Wide Flowing Ends, Club Bows.
Such rich coloring, beautiful materials and
patterns are rarely seen. ;
These are of
.Fashionable Shapes in
mitting to everything the ten days
i3 faut a pittance, making' the Indi Indi-vidual
vidual Indi-vidual eortertainments cost but a
few'penniesr less than the price of a
picture efaow. The admission at .ae
door to non-trcket! faoldenr will of
necessity fae (higher, averagins fifty
cents for 1 adults, and twenty-five
cents for children.
Tfae sensible thing to do is -to pur pur-cfaase
cfaase pur-cfaase a season ticket, tfor it take3
you to tfae full cfaautau qua for a:bout
one-third tTre cost of the door admis admission.
sion. admission. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS ON
, (Notice is 'hereby given that until
Oth Day of November, 1914, -at
3 o'clock in the afternoon, sealed
faids for the erection of a public
school fauildlng at Citra, Qlarion
county, Florida, will fae received by
the (Board of -'.Public Instruction tor
;he county of Marion, sftate of arior arior-da.
da. arior-da. said building to be according to
plan and specifications now on file
at the office of the secretary or sam
board, In Ocala, Florida. Said plans
and Deeifications may be seen at the
office of the said board at any, time, t
ana copies : xnereot miay iue uuuhubu
from E. C; Hosf ord, architect, by
application to him at fais office In
Eastman, Greorgia, and making de
posit of twenty ( $2 0 ) dollars. A
certified check payable to the order
of the said faoard equal to five per
cent. of the amount ; thereof must
accompany each bid. Bids will be
received on the general .building con contract
tract contract I including faeating and plumb
ing, or on the fauildmg contract
alone, or on the heatinig and plumb plumbing
ing plumbing alone. All communications
should fae addressed to J. (H. Brinson,
Secretary, Ocala, ?Fla. s 10-7-5-d-wed
To Bed Late in the Morning.
Even in these matter-of-fact days
parliament is still a weird and won wonderful
derful wonderful thing to country cousins In
England. 'I spent the week-end says
a gallery sketch writer, In a southern
town. "What time do you start work
kl the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. "Three o'clock," I replied,
"and we finish at eleven." "Ah."
commented the native, Tve often
heard that parliament meets during
the night so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but it must seem a bit
queer to be walking home to bed at
eleven in the morning."
Why Is This Thus?
Every married man knows ho
much easier it is for his wife to dis discover
cover discover a hole in his pocket than that
a button is missing from his coat.
surpassing beauty and style.
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THE OCALA CVENDia GTAR, i TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1014
BUNCHED IJONH ORDINANCE
considered in the same spirit -which
prompts me to write it, I am,
It. A. Burford.
ADDRESSED TO WOMEN
(Continued from Second Pagre)
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Before the coming of the little on(r women need to be pos possessed
sessed possessed of all their natural strength. .Instead of being harassed
by forebodings and weakened by nausea, sleeplessness,
or nervousness if you will bring to your aid
Dr. .iPierce's Favorite IPresedntlon
yea find that most of the suffer-.
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Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the result of a life study of
1 ailments, disorders and Irregularities peculiar to women. Its continued
supremacy in its particular held lor more than forty years is your
assurance of the benefit to be derived from its use.
Neither narcotics nor alcohol will be found in this vegetable prescrip prescription,
tion, prescription, in liquid or tablet form. Sold by druggists cr a trial box will be
sent you by mail on receipt of 50 one-cent stamps.
r Address Dr. IMerce's Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, TI. T,
EMr. Fierce'ii Pleasant Pellets resnllate liver and bowels
FIRST CLASS. Llcals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any I of 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
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II Just Received a Solid Carload of
! i v I f I 1 v I i v A i
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing,
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
Contractor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
a i ii ill i
"We Treat Yonr Clothes White.'.
Rough Dry Work Done C Cents Per round.
All Blankets and articles w asked
by hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
W. Ft. King Ave.
Star Want Ads. Bring Results.
and in the face of each bond it is
stated: "this bond i one of a series
of 303 of the denomination of $1,000
each, numbered from 1 to 305 in-
cIusH-e, aggregating $305,000, known
as the bonds for public imDrove-
Tnents.', V -.V.' '. ;
The ordinance consists of 20 sec sec-liion,
liion, sec-liion, and it Is useless to refer to
each section, but suffice it to say
that there is not the sligrh (est sug suggestion
gestion suggestion or intimation that it seeks to
provide for any other' sum than
$30a,000 to be a-ppropriated to. the
combined purposes in the respective
amounts specified therein. TMs or ordinance
dinance ordinance is not published with the
mayor's proclamation, and I doubt
if but few of the citizens are familiar
with its provisions. V
Ttie mayor's (proclamation pur pursues
sues pursues -the ordinance and calls an
election "to determine whether or
not the said City of Ocala shall is issue
sue issue bonds to the- amount of $305, $305,-OOO.
OOO. $305,-OOO. (tHere follows tiie purposes
and amount to be distributed or ap appropriated
propriated appropriated to each.)
I ihave .'attempted to demonstrate
that the 'radical .infirmity is in the
ordinance itself. If 'this .be .true
and no one twiho .'has -given it thought thought-f
f thought-f ul and serious consideraJtion can
doubt it -no remedy seeking to pro provide
vide provide for a vote on each proposition
or purpose mentioned can be effect effectual
ual effectual without a change in the" or ordinance,
dinance, ordinance, and sudh change cannot be
made 'by a resolution or 'by pre9crib pre9crib-ing
ing pre9crib-ing fa form of ballot not contemplat contemplated
ed contemplated by the ordinance. r
Any question submitted to 'be vot voted
ed voted upon not directed iby the ordi ordinance
nance ordinance to fbe so submitted iwould -be a
mere superfluity, and any iballot pre
pared based mpon questions not di
rected to be submitted would be a
mere straw ballot indicating how
the elector might 'have voted under
a proper ordinance directing t'he sub
mission of such question to be voted
upon. "; :;- --'v;"'
The ordinance constitutes the pat pattern,
tern, pattern, 'and all subsequent steps, such
as the call for the election, ithe .bal .ballots,
lots, .ballots, and returns, must conform to
t'he pattern. The only question di directed
rected directed to be submitted to the voters
is whether or not bonds shall issue to
the amount of $305,000. The pur-
iposes and the amount to ibe appro
priated or distributed -to each, are
set forth in tamT are governed by the
ordinance, y --If. the ballot should 6e.
so framed as to admit of a vote up
on each pu rpose separately and if f a
majority of the vote should
bo in favor of one purpose,
and opposed to the others, no
bonds co Id lawfully be issued ibased
upon sudh result for .the reasojis
hereinbefore stated. The voter, can
no more change, the terms and con conditions
ditions conditions of the ordinance under rwuieh
the election is called than can the
council now suibmit to the voters
questions not directed to ibe so sub submitted
mitted submitted 'by t'he ordinance. ;
I state the following as sound
propositions, and do not think they,
or either of them, can be seriously
1.. The question to be submitted
lis defined by the ordinance, and do
other questions can be lawfully sub submitted
mitted submitted and voted upon.
2. -No (bonds can lawfully be au authorized
thorized authorized under the ordinance for one
of .the 'purposes, mentioned to the ex exclusion
clusion exclusion of the others.
3. The vote is confined to the
question as to whether or not ibonds
are authorized to the amount of
$305,000, and no greater or lesser
amount can lb e authorized under the
4. The amount soug'ht, to 'be au authorized
thorized authorized is bunched, and the pur pur-posos
posos pur-posos are bunched, and neither can be
dissolved or -unsbunched except by
ordinance. It cannot .be accom accom-plished
plished accom-plished now either b y reso lution o r
iballot device. V
If the council feels that it is wise
from : the stand-point of legality, 1 ex expediency,
pediency, expediency, or iolicy, that each propo proposition
sition proposition should stand or fall us 'measur 'measured
ed 'measured by its own merits, and that bonds
should be authorized for a part, if
not for all, 3 respectfully suggest
that this feature can only be accom accomplished
plished accomplished by withdrawing the call for
the election, discontinuing the pub publication,
lication, publication, and enacting a new ordi ordinance
nance ordinance so drawn as to accomplish
the desired result. The expense so
far incurred is only -nominal.
'Under the existing circumstances,
and to avoid further complications,
and probable expensive and tedious
litigation, -would it not Ibe advisable to
discontinue the further preparatory
steps, abandon the election, repeal
the ordinance, and then at such time
as the council may deem opportune,
pass a new bond ordinance provid providing
ing providing for such Improvements as may be
-urgently needed? By pursuing such
a course it would have a strong tend tendency
ency tendency towards unity of sentiment and
concert of action.
Trusting that I may not be consid considered
ered considered presumptuous, and that this
communication may be received and
KNIGHTS HEARD THEIR CHIEF
Iiiirge Attendance of Knights of
Pythias to Meet the Grand
The meeting of Ocala Lodge No.
19, JC. of P.t Monday evening was
largely attended, over sixty members
At soon as regutfar. hrisiness was
concluded, .Mr. P. K. Vandervoort
swnas admitted and instructed 3n the
lessons of the second rank. Ldke
all other knights, he knows more
now than he did toyfore.
The doors were ttihen opened and
3Iiss aiarguerite Porter and Mrs.
Chanles G-dddard .b-scame the guosts
of the knightly conclave. Miss
Porter eang fchat sweetest, of old old-time
time old-time song, "Silver Threads Am on 5
the Gold," acoompanled on the piano
iby Mrs. Goddard.
The tmnsic 'was folIowed by an ad ad-dresej
dresej ad-dresej froni iRev. J. M. Gross ,in
s which that igiSted speaker set forth
ithe fbieau'ties aaid dubies of ifraternity.
His Wpeech was followed fey (another
beautiful song and accompaniment,
"A Garden, of OIdJlJYishIoned IRoses,
by fJUss. Iorter and- iMrs. Goddkrd:
iBy this time, the grand chancel chancel-Jar,
Jar, chancel-Jar, iMr.. R. 'E.'Oavis, raTh'othad come
over from G'ainesvi He In "his car, had
arriived. lie rwas given a jwarm wel welcome,
come, welcome, and taking the rostrum x he
oxraide 'a most appreciated and In Instructive
structive Instructive ftalk on the' go(od of t'he or or-der
der or-der from many sttand points. - y
" Gratfd Chancellor Davis,' as a
ileading 'lawyer and foremost citizen,
ihas ln Ocal!a many friends outside
he igreat order in (Which- he holds an
exalted position. His Ocala friends
are sorry -he could not Temaln until
itoday 'to see them all.
It was. a most Instructive and
pleasant occasion for the Ocala
knigrhts, and they- hope tb have
others like it in the future.
RVSERAIjIj AMOXG TIIE BOYS
There was quite an interesting
game of ball at the (ball park yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon between (the picked
nine of boys not (going to school and
the seventh and eighth -grades. The
former twere defeated by : the close
score of 4 to 2. This was one of the
most closely contested games played
this -season by t'he seventh and eighth
Tihe features of the, 'game were
iM-ar'hT3 twob agger to." left 'field,
Jones' two-bagger and Reuben" Bla Bla-lock'fe
lock'fe Bla-lock'fe three-bagger' (Ralph Oaldwell
pitched for the seventh and eighth
grades, giving only three :htts, iwhile
Stanley of the opposing club, allowed
record having not lost a game since
school begam this year. Some of the
iboys are expecting to make Ocala's
first team dn a few years.
-W'eT.iii 'be ia fourth game
betweJen 'titie eighth grade and the
Boys' Oloib (tomorrow afternoon. The
eight grade (having already won
three straights, are trying -hard to
make it the -best four, out of seven.
Eighth grade line-up is as foTlorws:
Qfanager, Jones, c; Caldw'ell,. p.;
.Marsh i lib.; Clayton 2b. ;: rooks.
3b. ; Hardage, ss. ; tBIalock, If.; Scott,
c".; tMeffert, ;iif. ;
Out of school picked nine:' West
Kleco, c. ; ifanager, Stanley, d. ;
'Berry, lib. ; Jack Galloway, 2 b.; Cm Cm-over,
over, Cm-over, 3 d. ; (Lambert ss. ; M cCon n If.;
Smith, cf.; Sapp, rf.
SUPPLIES OF 3IEAT
ARE RUNNING SHORT
' Chicago, Oct. 20. 'Shortage oi
a meat supply faces the world as a
result of !the European nvar, George
Li. OlcOarthy of New York, secretary
of the (American -31 eat Pack'eTs, asso association,
ciation, association, asserted tbef ore the ninth
annual convention of 'the association
which opened here yesterday.
"Light on the question of dimin diminishing
ishing diminishing 'beef supply, the 'waning herds
on the American cattle ranges,
methods to be adopted to induce
American farmers; to '-raise more
stock and stho effects of the war ou
the cost of food products' is expected
to Jbe shed by the convention,; iwhich
tis to be in session three days.
C. G. Conn Bb cornet, low and
high pitch rwith C attachment, prac practically:
tically: practically: new, and will sell at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at StarrOiBce. 10-19-tf
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
'For rent, two S-room, 2-story
houses on Xorth Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing; Electric
.lights; water and other modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply at this office. 13-tf
Bu3VTarro Feed; builds cows up;
makes more milk; makes richer
milk. Guaranteed to do it by us,
Once tried, always used. The John
Dozier Co. 10-16-2t.
A good one-horse load for
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for C2.C3
18 inchs in length, different size3, as it
V come3 from, shingle mill., Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Prompt Delivery, Cash on Delivery. ; ;
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Slagnolia Street, West.
Post Box 510.. iocal cr
Lon Blitanco .Phone,
II AM now In business for myself. Conducting a High Class rc-
ltail har and 'Alail Order House. I can give you. the beet there
is, andas much as any one else in 'business for your money. Saven Saven-te$n
te$n Saven-te$n years in the business bas taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
, JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICE 3
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gaUon. 2 .50
Good Old 80 Proof Olyo,
Corn or Gin, In jugs
at-per gallon. QQ
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Remember that we win fill
any order you send us and
meet the prico of any other
Make my jplace your headquarters" while in. the city. You will bo
welcome and' 'be treated right at all times a.nd on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you erer drank, and ALI KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. ; ,; v
- 0CA1LA, FLO CI DA JfM$?W
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Fare v S
rur r.DPAT wn rFAf.,nnrr,
hatnh 00 feet; bremI;h 93 feet, 6 iacben 510 staterooms mud parlors ftorofanKKbtlng IjO jw7i jw7i-gcrs.
gcrs. jw7i-gcrs. Greater in coat larger in all pr o porlian rklier ia all sppoLaUnents tkaa aajr stuaer oa
uiLnd waters of lle uroxld, la srrc8 J an 13 th.
M&snlficent Stemers SEEANDBEE. "City of Erie sum! "City of Dufflo
Daily--BUFFALO and .CLEVELAND t.i&y ui to Dec it
9;00 P. M. LeaTe Cleveland
(Eastern Standard Time)
ConoectMrns at derelaavd foe Irtl-BaY, Toledo, Detroit and all points 'Vest andSonthwest. Ha 11 road
tickets reading between Buffalo amd Cleveland ara pood for transportation on our steamers.
Ask your tic Let agent for tickets via C & ii- Line. Vrile us for Aandsoms ill 'tralsd booklet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CccUroUttf'
Arrive Cler eland
9:00 1 i SI.
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IBOINGS' OF THE VAN LOOKS
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I Wilbur Smith Co.
' K. C. S3IITJI, 3Igr.
Licensed Embamers )
Night Phone 94.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
11 V. Oklavraha Avenue.
X OCALA, FLORIDA.
ilelveF & laeKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM
fine Cas&efs snd Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All AVork Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
V. E. McIVER ... ..... . . .104
C. V. ROBERT iil ............. 303
t'r.dertaking 01: Ice, .......... 47
HAS CITIZENSHIP A VALUE? p
J. E. F HAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert vrcrK
guaranteed. References givjn.
Associated wltli Herbert Lattnor
W. W. Klmtull Co., Ocala.
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For Good Wodd
BIG Lad for $1.
Xour Order will have (
Immedia re Attention-
J. L. SMO AR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
ITIZENSHIP hs a definite value. Thlwalue cannot be computed in dol dollars
lars dollars and cents, but It Is worth fighting for.
V Citizenship grows out of communities. Were there no communities
there would be no citizens. We would then be merely unprotected individuals
entirely at the mercy of ail other Individuals who might wish to destroy any
weaker or less ferocious one.
By. dwelling In communities wehave many advantages. Some of us
value and appreciate these advantages while others selfishly accept the ad-
vantages but refuse to do their share toward maintaining the community.
Laws have been enacted to compel us to pay taxesused for the finan financial
cial financial support of communities for our protection.
BUT .THERE ARE NO LAWS WHICH COMPEL THE MEMBER OF
ANY COMMUNITY TO SHOW APPRECIATION OF THE BENEFITS DE DERIVED
RIVED DERIVED FROM LIVING IN A COMMUNITY.
7 One of the benefits of living in a community is the opportunity furnished
us to buy merchandise required for our comfort and indulgence, right here
In our own town. This facility permits us to buy what we need when we
need it We can step into a store, lay down a dollar and buy a' dollar's
worth of goods. Perhaps we can get the goods without paying the dollar
down In cash that Is, If we have the credit.
, What a genuine benefit it is to be able to do this. In the olden days
our forefathers were compelled to drive many miles to a store where the
merchandise might be obtained. Large quantities were bought at a time
because the" trip to the store could not be made at frequent intervals.
As bur citizens increased in numbers and gathered into communities,
stores were established at the various centers of the Increasing population
until now we can buy, right at home, our necessities and luxuries.
That which we value we endeavor to protect. If we value the facility
,for purchasing goods at home we should protect It
The best way to protect it Is to make it possible for the Storekeeper to
continue to do business. If we do not help them to continue to do business
here In our community the natural consequence will be for them to close up
their stores and go out of business.
If we buy from our local storekeepers only such merchandise as we
cannot buy conveniently elsewhere; we will soon discover that the stores
will carry only such restricted lines of goods as are In demand by the peo
ple who live. here.
Then we will nnd out that we are not much better off than our fore forefathers
fathers forefathers were. We must send away for such merchandise as we require. We
must wait until the order has been received in the mail order house and
filled In the due course of time by the employes of the concern we are
patronizing. '.'7. :-7;-;'-r 77."' '. .- - ..''
'' There are many disadvantages in this method. We do not fully realize
'them now. But they will come home to U3 when conditions arrive which
conSel u to buy everything by mail If such a time does come. However,
If vrc! loo& ;it the matter in the right light we will not permit such a con contingency
tingency contingency to arrive. ';
Vhy should we be deluded Into sending our money away from home be be-cauMs
cauMs be-cauMs of the fulsome and flattering descriptions in" a mail order catalogue?
Why should we prefer the questionable qualities in merchandise as exploited
by a catalogue writer to the honest, dependable goods which we can see be-J
fore us Irsi our own local sliores? i
I)o we save money by buying from the mail order houses? When, the
matter of freight and express charges have been figured out, when the ques- i
tlon of delays, unsatisfactory shipments, breakage, damaged goods, etc., pave
been answered, where Is the profit, If any? L
ON THE OTHER HAND, THE LOCAL MERCHANT IS ALWAYS RE RESPONSIBLE
SPONSIBLE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING HE SELLS. The purchaser can examine any
article for sale in the local, store and buy only thai which Is satisfactory.
It will be delivered without delay. If there Is any imperfection it will b$
quickly remedied. If there is any shortage In the delivery it will be supplied
at once. A personal call or a telephone message will arrange everything
And when it comes to prices you will always get full value for your
money when dealing -with the local storekeeper. He buys his merchandise
in the Liarket and he sells it at a profit to us. He asks only a modest profit
and he Is entitled to it. We should be perfectly willing to pay him a profit
for his investment, for his labor and for his ability to save us time, trouble
IF WE ARE NOT WILLING TO DO THIS, WE SHOULD BE HEARTILY
ASHAMED OF OURSELVES. AND WE WOULD NOT BE ENTITLED
TO THE ADVANTAGES AFFORDED BY HIS STORE.
Pay Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get. a Brand New Tag for
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1014. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis licensfs are doing
so in open .violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au
tomobile licenses -for private, use go
into the road fund.
S-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
.tO THE PUBLIC
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough 'Rer.ie.iy la&t winter for a sev severe
ere severe -bronchial cough and can consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously ;av (that I never took a
medicine that did me so much good,"
writes iMrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews
Ind For sale by all dealers. Adv.
To do it no more is the tme3t re repentance.
pentance. repentance. Luther.
.;.Tn7E have just added to our business, a large
' u J 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 vail have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We cell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money..
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"The -Duicji- Agcney."
Or.. Roland Writes Interestm
I Letter cn TLb Subject.
WOULD YOU BELIEVTE IT
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A,
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
7 After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble," and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c n. cTia
L S ALEXANDER
Lnrpenler and Builder
Careful Estimates made on. all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than an other
contractor in the city.
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 leadsus 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. 31 rs. 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 wTith coughs or colds. I
like it better than any other because
they take it -willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It has never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
BOOKS ARE OPEN
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
The city -registration books are
open and those who wish to vote iu
the corning bond elections 'had best
go t( the city clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop'
erly registered. Poll taxes are paid
In the county tax collector's office at
the court house, hut 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.
HAD TAKEN HIS "WEIGHT IN
CM. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in me 1 1-icine
icine 1-icine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, 'bi t never used anj-ihing thit
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
The very lafeet INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT K'REGER'S. 9-24-tf
, A Great Relief.
Say, old man, you're looking a hun hun-Ired
Ired hun-Ired per cent better than you did a
rear ago." "I was worrying about
my debts then." "All paid now, eh?"
No; but they have grown fco that I
j -" o f
2iem. I tell you 513 t. sre-t lead oI2
Wonderful 8et of Dishes.
What is said to be the most costly
set of dishes ever made was recently
ehown at an exhibition in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg It consisted of thirty-six hand hand-colored
colored hand-colored plates. This set has an esti estimated
mated estimated value of $18,540, a single plate,
therefore, being worth $515. It is the
property of Count Orloff-Davidoff.
at -a ; -st
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New Ideas 1
Have Built Men's Fortunes
One man got $75 a month; the vife got an
idea and to-day he is making a fat salary and
' has $40,000 in the bank. Another wife's
idea has bought a whole ranch without
ready money. Another wife is multiplying
the family income by four. Scores of women
have been induced to tell their ideas in the
greatest series a magazine has ever printed
The first few are
IK THE NOVEMBBR iIS!!U2 OP
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next dooi
to the City Mraket to Lhe new
St. Georges Slock,
"liere he is now located in the
aandsome new Corner Store, Mag Mag-aolia'and
aolia'and Mag-aolia'and South Second Street, where
te will be pleased to see his frien is
HIST CLASS FA3IIL.Y GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Fifteen Cents a Copy, of All News Agcnta
Or, $1.50 a Year (12 issues) by X.Iail, Ordered
Through Our Subscription Agents or Direct
Boys Wanted to Deliver on Routes.
Our Sales Agent
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THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY
Independence Square Philadelphia Pennsylvania
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THE OCALA KVE.NLNO BTAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1914
ROSE BUS litis WANTED
Now That Autumn Is Here
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DRINK PLENTY OF WATER
Individuals of Every Age Should Re Remember
member Remember Necessity for Moisture
in the Body.
Individuals differ in their needs, but
the average man requires from a quart
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 hare any flower plants
THE most satisfactory wraps' for
demi-season wear are those cut
along the simplest lines. And for the
cooldays of autumn those of taffeta
silk will be found appropriate for all
sorts of wear. As taffeta is more pli pliable
able pliable than other weaves of silks used
for wraps, coats made of it are cut
somewhat shorter than coats of
heavier materials. Plain silks and
satins are often used as a trimming
and for making collars and cuffs on
coats of figured taffeta. And this order
is reversed when figured silks or satins
are used for garnishing plain taffeta.
Among the prettiest of the wraps de developed
veloped developed with taffeta are those made of
a good quality of this silk in a change changeable
able changeable weave. Coats of this kind are
prettiest when finished with collar and
cuffs of velvet. Combinations of dark
green and black, or royal blue and
VU.l. 3 1
uiu.i.el, ur uiuk aim green, are examples
of those that are at once brilliant and
elegant. The bronze tones are effective,
and all of these can be finished with
collars and cuffs of the predominating
color in the silk or with black velvet.
For dressy wear coats of taffeta are
prettily finished with ruffles of chiffon,
short capes of lace, or with silk nets.
In the coat shown in the picture given
liere the silk is of black taffeta over
"which small flower sprays are scat scattered.
tered. scattered. It is trimmed with ruffles of
plain black satin. A v f.hort rounded
cape is shaped to fall to the waist line
in front and is curved over the shoul shoulders,
ders, shoulders, leaving the .sleeves uncovered. It
is finished with a ruffle like that of bot bottom
tom bottom of coat. A draped collar of satin
finishes the neck
Coats of this kind are lined with
lightweight qualities and toft weaves
of satin or Bilk. When a ilain taffeta
in dark color, is used for the coat
bright Roman-striped silkn make at attractive
tractive attractive linings. Broad stripes in con contrasting
trasting contrasting colors, as black and green, or
black and white, are also used, with
black and white a great favorite.
A good quality of taffeta will make
a between-seasone wrap that will give
much service. As days grow colder
additional warmth is possible by wear wearing
ing wearing knitted vests under the coat. Taf Taffeta
feta Taffeta wraps are cut on loose and easy easy-hanging
hanging easy-hanging lines which a small under
garment does not interfere with.
Aside from its wearing qualities taf taffeta
feta taffeta is most to be recommended be because
cause because it will not haibor dust. But only
the good qualities are to be relied
upon for durability. The cheaper taf taffetas
fetas taffetas are all right for a garment which
Is to see only short service. One does
not expect much of inexpensive
dresses in the way of wear. Little
coats of the cheaper grades of taffeta
may be made to do service for a few
wreeks In the fall.
JULIA BOTTOM LEY.
Ii You : tVill Take Enough of Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
Wo will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams' could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which is a day of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
Oeala lee Sx PfflcMiii0 'C6i-
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE
No More Disappointments
With my new help
er and additional new
machinery I am able
to satisfy you
While You Wait
11 Fort King Av?
to three pints of water to drink a day you wish to give, pieaso sent them
in addition to the pint which is ab- to the hospital. The gift will be ap ap-sorbed
sorbed ap-sorbed in his food. Women require predated. r ;
a little less tnd children a little more -
than this average. Children should bs- DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
encouraged to drink all the water they by locaJ applications, as they cannot
want between meals and upon rising reach the diseased portion of the
in the morning, but they should be ear. There is only pne may to cure
taught from early childhood not to sfp deafness, and that is by constitution
water between every two mouthfuls of al remedies. Deafness is caused by
food when eating. A glass of water tan inflamed condition of the mucous
before beginning to, eat is advisable IS ;of ttie iEiistachian tube. When
or, WVli,r ,n this tube is inflamed you can near a
and refreshing as well, but no one L,uiX .. imt.f
.... ; rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
should form the habit of moistening Unf1 whn it 4 ntiriv HosAd -deaf-
the throat with water to make the ness is tne re5ult, end unless the in
flammation can fbe 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 ibut an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the -mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. 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
morsels of food slip down. Water
taken in advance of a meal is sup supposed
posed supposed to prepare the saliva so that
there is an abundance of the latter
which should be thoroughly mixed with
the food before swallowing to make
the food ready for the stomach, and
while many authorities hold that wa water
ter water taken during the meal is not harm harmful,
ful, harmful, it does often become such a habit,
especially with children, that one often
sees them f&'irly unable to swallow a
mouthful without a gulp of water to
Do not let children drink extremely
cold water or water with Ice floating
in it. It chills the stomach too much,
particularly in hot weather. Keep the
water against the ice. This makes it
IT ttsTXTT!. TXTTT rT r TT TP
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur-
font V h TT rrt nfinara Tyrrr nv inef o Illti r
t For the same current you are now consuming in
they will give three times the light.
X Come in and let us demonstrate.
They are now cheaper and more efllcient than ever.
Mo Wo Tucnsas :
g No. 0 North Main .Street
OPEN Dai AND NIG FIT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
plenty cold enough for little fol ts who ( at any Iiour. Adv.
are perfectly satisfied ,with it at this
temperature until some one is foolish
enough f.o let them have it with Ice.
Never let a child drink a glass of
iced water down quickly. If they are
APPLY SLOANS FREELY FOR
Your attacks of lumbago are not
nearly so hopeless as they .seem.
very hoi. -it is enough to kill them. iou can relieve them almost instant instant-There
There instant-There is no harm in allowing child ll a simple application of Sloan's
to suck v. "piece of ice because t!ie wa-
Ianiment bn the 'back and .loins.
ter meltii slowly and Is fairly off the
chill befcre it reaches the stomach; To
satisfy'eatreme thirst, such.as in fever,
the ice sacking is preferable fcr this
Teach si child when drinking water
at any time to take long, but slow,
mouthfuls.' It is not only more satis satisfying,
fying, satisfying, but better for the digestion in
Arnold Bennett's Yacht.
Possibly for some folk my sloop
Velsa's chief attribute would be that,
once seen, she cannot be forgotten.
She is a lovely object, and not less
unusual than lovely. She is umart,
also, but nothing more dissimilar to
the average smart, conventional Eng-j
lish or American yacht can well be
conceived. She is a magnet for the
curious. When she goes under a rail railway
way railway bridge while a train Is going
over it the engine driver, of no mat matter
ter matter what nationality, will invariably
risk the lives of all of his passengers
in order to stare at her until she is
out of sight. This I have noticed
again and again. The finest compli compliment
ment compliment her appearance ever received
was paid by a schoolboy, who, after
staring at her for a quarter cf an
hour as she lay at a wharf at Kings- j
ton-on-Thames sidled timidly up to
me asI leaned in my best maritime
style over the quarter and-asked:
"Please, sir, is this a training brig?"
Romance gleamed in that boy's eye.
The Century. '
Iumbago is a form of rh nrmatium,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all In tliru the
sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and -makes it feel fine. Get, a
bottle of (Sloan's Liniment for 25
cants of any druggist and have it, in
the house- against colds, seres and
swollen Joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. .Ycur
money 'back if :not satisfied, 'tut it
does give almost Instant relief
ELLIS' MEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt .Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
Crystal River, Fla.
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Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now, ;
1915 state and county licenses
! were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con
tinuation 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-,
nish 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. 10-2-6t
In Readiness for War.
One hundred years ago the gover governor
nor governor of Virginia, alarmed by the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a large force of British
in Chesapeake bay, issued orders to
20 regiments of militia to hold them themselves
selves themselves in readiness to march, at" a
moment's notice, to repel the enemy,
In case of any invasion, or an attempt
to invade the state. The officers were
directed to be vigilant in watching the
enemy, and on the first alarm, in instantly
stantly instantly to proceed to- the place of
rendezvous- "Let every officer and
soldier," said the order, "be on the
alert. How disgraceful it would be,
if the enemy found us slumbering and
unprepared. Freemen and soldiers
must see the propriety and feel the
Importance of vigilance, bravery and
activity. The officers, mindful of
their sacred trust, rill use every ex exertion
ertion exertion In preparing their men to ac acquit
quit acquit themselves as become Americans."
Organizations whose members are
interested mainly in promoting the
recognition and general use of one
specific flower are rapidly becoming
numerous. Among these are many
whose official findings are not recog recognized
nized recognized by higher bodies of unques unquestioned
tioned unquestioned authority.
Among these is the British Gladiolus
society. Their determinations have
not always met with the approval of
the Royal Horticultural society. One
case in point lies in the former "turn "turning
ing "turning down" a gladiolus known as Gen General
eral General Kuroki, a grand variety in all
parts'of the United States, England,
and in fact, wherever grown. It has
been passed by the American Gladi Gladiolus
olus Gladiolus society as one of high value, and
summer visitors to England declare it
grows equally well there.
Use for All.
Admiral Dewey, on being compli complimented
mented complimented on his superb health, smiled
"I attribute my, good condition to
plenty of exercise and no banquets.
One-third of' what we eat, you know,
enables us to live."
"In that case," jsald his friend, jest jestingly,
ingly, jestingly, "what beomes of the other two two-thirds?"
thirds?" two-thirds?" 'Oh," said the admiral, "that en enables
ables enables the doctor to live." Tit-Bits.
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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 20. 101
AN ICE CREAM
FACTORY FOR OCALA
Mr. R. E. CFarrell, of New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, an experienced man in the
manufacture of ice cream, is in the
city, looking over the situation with
the view of establishing an ice
cream factory here for supplying lo local
cal local dealers and all nearby points.
'Mr. O'Farrell said Ihe 'had ibeen in
communication with fthe secretaries
of a number of the (boards of trade
of the estate, and iMr. Rooney iwaa the
Odd Fef lows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Welhe, official observer for the gov government.
Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
Board of Trade Thursday evening.
only one who gave ham the informa information
tion information he wished,- and presented it in
an attractive manner, so he came di
fMoose meet Thursday night.
"Woodmen meet -Friday evening.
Royal Arch meets Friday night.
The very latest novels at KREG KREGER'S.
ER'S. KREGER'S. 10-3
All kind3 of huibs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 1 0-l-4f
3Ir. Z. Spinks, of Lees burg, was
in the city yesterday.
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8
Mr. Pope Davis of Jacksonville,
la in the city.
Popular priced novels, at The
iMuray Company. 13-3t
IOB CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5 J
ine Hsi uian, at inn uiiUTray
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the swater at KREGER'S. tf
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
Democratic Rhine QIaid," at
TThe Murray Company. 19-3t
CVIr. G. D. Winston, of Oxford, was
greeting Ocala friends yesterday.
"Our Mr. Wrenii.'
need stationery, go to
Mr. H. M. Hampton has been con confined
fined confined t'o bis room for the past three
fctays by illness.
ait The Murray Com-19-3t.
Purity in drugs Is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
Jtfew Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed1 Store. 10-1-tf
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
'Everything in tbe
kodak line, at
(Mr.. J. W. Chapman, of Boston,
Mass., writes us t'luait ho iwill 'bo at
WooKfmar, Xovemt'er 1st, nwhere he
wall occupy the Argyle cottage for
the fifth consecutive winter.
Fresh shipment JOHXSOX'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
tion filled. Phone 14 is Sitting &
Qlr. George W. Hyde, of Crystal
River, proprietor! of the Gulf Fish
& Oyster Company, was a .business
visitor in the city yesterday. ;
A skilled pharmacist will person personal
al personal y care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phone
. Come in and see the work the Lit Little
tle Little tBrownie will do. Gerig's
JUST RECEIVED, A BARREL OF
NEW FLORIDA SYRUP AT CARN CARN-THOMAS
THOMAS CARN-THOMAS CO. 10-14-2t
Keep a -picture -record of the child children.
ren. children. A Little Brownie will -do it.
iMessn?. C. J. iMcCranie, the vete veteran
ran veteran hunter from the sorarheast of the
county, W. E. .Martin of IMoss Bluff,
and S. L, Ohalker of Lake Helen,
were in town yesterday.
air H. W. TucRer and his head
plumber, Mr. H. S. Minshall, went to
Leesburg this morning -to look after
the contract tMr. Tucker ihas on the
new high school 'building and audi auditorium,
torium, auditorium, die has the contract to do
the plumbing, steam iieating and
electrical work on both buildings.
88 66 .33
.....17 76 68
.....18 78 62
Forecast for this Evening and
For Floilda: Unsettled tonight
yfrhe 12-year-old son of Robert
'Simmons cyL-Kenklrick was kicked bv
a horse ( yesterday, breaking his
shoulder. The -patient iwas 'brought
to Ocala where his shoulder was
dressed and 'he rwas made comfojrt
For 'Florida fair tonight: Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday partly cloudy, probable showers
north and central portions.
Mr. J. J. iEady, a prominent busi busi-nesa
nesa busi-nesa iman of Aitlantia, who -has
'bought a ifarm neoTvOklafWaha, was
In town yesterday, on ihis way to
take a look ait 'his now (property.
jLet the children kodak. lA. little
Brownie is just the thing for them.
"Captivating Mary Carstairs," at
The (Murray Company. 19-3t
Jack Galloway left (today for Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, to ihelp 'his oincle, Dir. J. W. Gal Galloway,
loway, Galloway, on (hiis big truck if arm.- Jack
5s a smart and energetic boy, and
(will make gookl in the garden spot
of the "East Coast
tMr. IH. ID. Stoke is home froTn.
iRidbJmond, fta., $vh?re he attended
the (meeting ot'tfie" Ajmerican Bank
ers' Association. I
Mr. Sam Rainer, s. salesm'am in
iMr. B. Goldman's new store the
Ocala (Bargain tHous3, iwnile crank cranking
ing cranking a car tMs morning, ha'd ono of
the 'bones of !his rigbt iwrist 'broken
'by the kick 'of the img(tor. 1
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SAEE -Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
t to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 1 0-5-1 2t
FOR RENT 'Four large .rooms,
fireplace in each, rent reasonalble,
good location.. Close in. 25 Jef Jef-tferson
tferson Jef-tferson St. east. One house from
Main street. 20-tf.
FOR RENT Six room bungalow, all
modern conveniences. Apply to
C. V. 'Roberts. 10-20-tf
FOR RENT Six room
FOR RENT l. ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR SALE A five passenger auto automobile
mobile automobile in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-10-12t
FOR RENT After Oct. 20, the cot
tage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; broad verandas; access
to cistern of soft 'water. Phone
POSITION WANTED A young lady
wishes a position as clerk 1n store
or in omce worn, win worK ior
small salary to liegin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf
TFAjVAI HA PH OPERATORS WILE
HAVE MORE LEISURE TIM IS
On account of depression of bus business
iness business the 'Western Union and Postal
Telegraph Companies' office hours,
on Sunday, will :be from 8 to 10 a.
tn., and 4 to 6 p. m.
C. K. Sage, 'Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, .Mgr. Postal Tel. Co.
POXY BUGGY WANTED
Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or Hbuggy. Must be in good condi condition
tion condition and quite a light one. Apply at
Star office. 10-15-tf 1,
EIGHT LIVES LOST IN OHIO
Barge and Crew Went Down in the
i iAf titlnmnTii Hivf
(Marietta Ohio Oct. 2 0 Eight
men were drowned m the IMuskin-
gum river early this morning when
a barge loaded 'with rock sunk in
mid-stream. Three were rescued.
SKIR.TION FOLLOWED BY
MURDER AND SUICIDE
Georgia Man Killed His Wife and
Trenton, Ga., Oct. 20. (Lyle Cole
Shot and killed his twife late last
night, tiheni suicided. They had
been separated for several months.
Mr. W. CM. Wilson, of the Florida
Title & Abstract Co., went to Ta Ta-vares
vares Ta-vares today to -Took up records (there
for (his company. ;J
IMr. J. A. Hampton,- of Floral
City, Is in 'town today on business.
Mr. ifampton 4s ithe father ol (Mr.
1. (M. 'Hampton of this city.
OGALA FRATERilAL ORDERS
AL1RIOX-DUNN 3L1SONIC LODGE
iMarion-Dunn Lodge Jo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and '.third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30. o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W, M.
Jake Brown,. Secretary. A'd'
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
. Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora .Brown, W. 3I.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. ;
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Cdonday at 7 : 30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORIiD
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
TiOYAIi ORDER OF MOOSE
no1ft tp-a No. 699. L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visitinsr brethern always welcome to
the lodee and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postoffloc.
J. D. Rooney. Dictator.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 'M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.' ?
CONCORDIA LODGE P. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets, in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. -M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary- Ad
OCALA LOKGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday 'even 'evenings
ings 'evenings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. uiuu iiouse
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. ?Ad ;
Have you paid your LISENCE TAX ?
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If not you are liable to arrest and fine.
Any firm or person doing business in the
county, and any automobile owner,
must pay an occupational lisence, it
If you have not secured this lisence, do
not delay as you may have costs to
pay in addition to the
NOTICE OP ELECTION
Whereas, the Lesrislature of 1913,
under the Constitution of 1885, of the
State of Florida, did pass three Joint
Resolutions proposing amendments to
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
vote of three-fifths of all the members
elected to each house; that the votes
on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with
the yeas and nays thereon, and they
did determine and direct that the said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the uenerai
Election in November. 1914.
NOW. THEREFORE. I. IL CLAY
CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give notice
that a : i
, General Election
will be held in each county An Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding- the first
Monday in November; A. D. 1914, tfce
said Tuesday being the j
; Third Day, of November
for the ratification-or rejection of the
said Toint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Florida, viz:
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
an Amendment to Section Six (6), -of
Article Eight (8, of the constitution
of the State of Florida, Relating to
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following amendment, to
Section Six (6) of Article Eight (8), of
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, is .hereby agreed to and snail be
submitted to the electors of the State
at the general election to be held, on
the first Tuesday in November, A. D. D.-1914,
1914, D.-1914, .for ratification or rejection: s
Section 0. The Legislature shall
provide for the election by the qualified
electors in each county of the follow following
ing following county officers: A Clerk of the
Circuit Court, a; Sheriff, Constables, a
County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Col Collector,
lector, Collector, a Superintendent of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction and a County Surveyor. The
term of office of all County officers
mentioned In this Section shall be for
four years, except that of County As Assessor
sessor Assessor of Taxes and County Tax. Collec Collector,;
tor,; Collector,; who shall be elected for two years
until at the general election to be held
in the year A. D. 1916. when and. after
that they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their powers, duties
and compensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature shall provide
by law for the care and custody of all
County funds and shall provide the
method of reporting and paying out all
such funds. v
Provided. County Treasurers elected
In General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida. Polatlne: to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia:
Be Jt Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following: amendment to
Section 16 of Article IV. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of the State of Florida is
hereby agTeed to and shall be submit submitted
ted submitted to the electors of the State for
adoption or. rejection at the next gen general
eral general election hereafter; that Is to say,
that Section 16 of Article IV. shall be
Situ iponaip Ihone
W. L. G
amended so as to read as follows:
Sec. 16. The Governor shall appoint
all commissioned officers of the State
Militia, Including an adjutant general
for the State, with Tank of brigadier
general, who shall be chief of stafv
The duties and compensation of all of officers
ficers officers so appointed shall be as fixed by
law. The terms of office of all com commissioned
missioned commissioned officers of the organized organized-militia
militia organized-militia shall be continuous during the
pleasure of the Governor; subject to
such laws as may be enacted -by the
Legislature providing for their retire retirement
ment retirement for age or other causes.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing An Amendment to Section
One of Article V. of the Constitution,
Relating to the Judiciary,
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
: the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section One of Article V. of the; Con Constitution
stitution Constitution is hereby agreed to and shall
be proposed and submitted to the elee-v
tors of the State for approval or rejecV
tioni ati the- next; general election hera-r
after, that Is to say, said Section One
of said Article shall be amended so as
to read as follows:
Section 1. The judicial power of the
State shall be vested In a Supreme
Court, Circuit Courts, Court of Record
of Escambia County, -Criminal Courts,
County Courts, County Judges and Jus Justices
tices Justices of, the Peace and such other
Courts or Commissions as the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature may from time to time ordain and
establish. The, Legislature may pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judges of the several courts, but
no court heretofore established under
the Constitution and laws of Florida
shall b 'hereby-abolished.
; The votes cast In compliance with
said proposed amendments, and the
canvass, declarations and returns
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. nassee, the Capital, this t
- iwenty-nztn tay yf July,
D 1914. .H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
v.3vwky" Gtcretary of Utate.
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Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed by the city of Ocala callinjar lor
an election to mibmii to, the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to declie
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU-
axn lj JJULaJAllS be -'Issued; ONE IiL'N-
DliVU THOUSAND DOLLARS of Mid
oonaa to oe used for the 'construction
of sewers within the corporate limit
of the city of Ocala: ON 1-2 JlONnmm
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds'
10 oe usea ior tne purpo.se or pavin;?
a,nd improving the -streets of said city ;
F1FTT THOUSAND DOLLARS of gall
bonds to be used for the purpose of
coiustructlngr public .buildings an t
parks for the aid city within ihe coi
foraae iimua 01 ine am city: anl
'IFTY-FI VE 1THOUSA ND DOLLA J 1 3
of said bonds to be used for the pur purpose
pose purpose of equipping, extending- and im improving
proving improving the. -water -.v works' plant'- a.x a!
system of said Aty and ereetine; a.n I
ontructlng to connection therewltli
an ice plant for the manufacture of f.r f.r-tlflclal
tlflclal f.r-tlflclal ice for the paid city of Ocala,
said bonds to be in the denomination cf
one thousand dollars each- and btarii r
Interest at the rate of five per cent., per
annum, payaoie in not less than ten ror
more than jthirty years from date it
issue.";;' : ':'.-, -..''
Now, therefore1, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in Uie undersigned as maytr
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pre pre-claim
claim pre-claim and order an election held on the
r? 27tl day v of.; Oetober. :A, 13. ;1914 u
Jn the said -city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the aid city of Oca'a
shall issue bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS; t ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of aid bonds to
be used for t h e cons t ru c t Ion o f s e w e r s
wllthin the corporate limits of the cJtv
of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS of said bonds, to be us J lor
the purpose of paving and Improving
the streets of aid 'city; FIFTY THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to be
ujsed for the purpose of -construct Jncr
public buildinga and parks within 1 he.
corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS of
&tid bonds to be used for the purp o
sof equipping, extending and improving
the water works plant ana sysiem oi
sa.ld city and erecting and construct; nr4
in connection therewith an ice plant
for the manufacture of artificial Ice
for the city of Ocala. Faid bonds to b?
in the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at the
rate of five per cent, and payable In tot
less than ten nor more than t.iiity
years from date of Issue, v'
And hereby Appoint J. IL Thomas, T.
IL Johnson and F. Beckham as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. H. Taylor as cl?riC.(
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m.; and 6 o'clock
p;' m. ... "'.-;:'.-:-:;,.
. In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala, this the 25th day of Septem September.
ber. September. A. D. lli. t
fSeal) X D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest; II. C. SISTRUNK, fity Clerk.
9-28-dly sat : v-. v:
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