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BEFORE YOU MARK YOUR BALLOT TOMOR TOMORROW
ROW TOMORROW PGR BONDS
MAKE MOTE OF THE IfflSE HUGE PAID III OTHER
CITIES HELD OP TO OCALA AS MODELS
It is extremely unfortunate that
-fellow citizens, and neighbors cannot
discuss policies of -public Interest
There are many very excellent citi citi-2
2 citi-2 ens of Ocala, imen Who have stown
Iby their industry and business acu acumen
men acumen that .their Views ynf a 14 public
: questions are deserving of ismne con consideration,
sideration, consideration, which, they should be al al-3
3 al-3 owed to express without, "being
classed as, "reactionaries,'' "ohstruc "ohstruc-itionists"
itionists" "ohstruc-itionists" and "iknbckers,'' who will
vote "no" on (the 27,rh. TJie .fact that
( among those who ar; closing the
ordinance wnieh 'have foeen'very aptly
d esignated th e 'Bunch v33 ond O rd I I-nance,"
nance," I-nance," are tmany of out ntost- sub sub-fctantial
fctantial sub-fctantial citizens, men! who' have
their property interests du Ocala,
men wMo (have on; unany occasions
&hbwn tneir public spirit iby giving
of their means and of their time for
the upbuilding of our 'city, should
(bo sufficient guaranty that .they -are
- sincere in- their opposition' : to
the Ibonds 'as called for 'bv the
"Bunch Bond Ordinance," and that
in this opposition they sincerely be believe
lieve believe that dt will not be for the bene bene-lit
lit bene-lit of our city to burden it now -with
an i ssue of $380,000 ibonds.
Among them tare many, who are
in favor of issuing Ibonds for the im improvement
provement improvement of the, electric light plant,
(and these will Vote for ibbrfds on the
2Sth) hut not for the issuance of
ibonds for the purpose of such im improvements
provements improvements to he followed immedi immediately
ately immediately by contracting with any per person
son person oi corporation to furnish the city
with current. AJnrong them are many
citizens wlho readily admit (that the
water plant is ibadly in meed of mod modern
ern modern machinery, a 'fact nvhich was
(known to them jbefore the 'present
plant was purdnasea sirom tne ucaia
rtVater Company. Among them are
many citizens who (have condemned
the present sewerage system, and are
in favor of the installation? ; of the
most up-to-daite and serviceable sys sys-temhat
temhat sys-temhat the city can "secure. Among
ftheni are citizens who are in favor
of ibrick paved streets and cement
sidewalks, who paid promptly any
assessments ever levied against rtiheir
property iby the city Among them
are citizens who tare in favor of a
civic center and a ? 50,000 city nail.
Yea, there are even anions them cit cit-dzens
dzens cit-dzens who may favor a city ice plant,
or a municipal laundry, or a munici munici-Ial
Ial munici-Ial twood yard, or a municipal news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, or a municipal lawyer. Yet
strange to say, these deluded citi citizens,
zens, citizens, some o2 them at least, have
become iso v conceited as to 'believe
that their heads are not of concrete
and that their conception of munici
Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and
to vmir individual me a sure cost
. $25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to 820
more. I have been making clothes for 42 years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you can buy for more money elsewhere.
pal affairs is as ibroad and 'liberal as
the conception of some others,
their Hove (for Ocala as (unswerving
ias that of any citizen who favors the
"Bunch B'onds." mhese citizens- are
amenable to reason, and- have m
their opindons, collectively at least,
a sufficient' amount of gray matter to
grasp an argument when- it is not
entareiy KJoncealed toy ver-
Ibiage and personal criticism. iThey
may be peculiar, yet they do exfist;
and so far ad their limited visdon
g-oes, fthey still ciliin'g to the opinion
that OcaPa is the besd inHaftid city In
Florida andl her futuTe fig assured,
tihe opinion oif satae osf their frdends
of .the opposition that decadence will
set in if bonds foe defeated on the
iiiut in spite or mi tneir savz- pre presumed
sumed presumed perspicuity there are among
these same citizens some who fail to
understand some of the arguments
being advanced in favor of tihe ibonds
and some of the circumstances and
incidents connected iwith the hisstory
of the; movement. Among other
things they do not understand ihow
it will pay Ocalla to vote $100,000
in paving ibonds 'because lit wtill put
so much money in the pockets of the
Jahoring classes, when) in the light
of past experiences with paving it
is iknown) that the conitTacftors
Ibrought with them their own lahor
with the ,excep!tSon, of a very ifew
men for the rougher work and that
at'-least 7o of the (funds from the
Ibonds must go for brick and profits
to the contractors. .They fail to un understand
derstand understand Siow bonds will specially
henefit residents and property own owners
ers owners on the proposed paved' streets
when Lt will not relieve them of the
payment of one-third the cost in ad addition
dition addition to .their advalorem tax. The
present 'paving has Ibeen done wdth wdth-out
out wdth-out ibonds, and if those who owe the
city on paving certificates would
pay their paving. assessments the
city could pave several more fblocks.
They 'do not understand why it
was necessairy for the city council
to provide in the "Bunch ordinance"
for an additional $55,000- for the
(purpose "of equipping, extending
and improving the 'waterworks plant
and system of said city, and erecting
'and! constructing in connection
therewith art ice plant for the manu manufacture
facture manufacture of artificial ice for the said
city ofl Ocala,". when there re remains
mains remains unused and available $55,000
from a former watei-works bond is
sue, unless there is a real intention
on the part of the city council to
erect an ice plant. And, strange as
it mav seem, there remains some
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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914
IT WILL CONSULT HOUSE AND SENATE
LEADERS Oil FUTURE PLANS
citizens who oppose a mun'icipality i
entering into competition with a pri
vate citizen, whether ithat competi
tion fbe for the sale of electric sup
plies or the manufacture of ice ex except
cept except in those 'instances of public utili
ties, preferring to cling to democratic
principles rather than to socialist
ic theories of government.
JThey would like to have a (mag (magna
na (magna ft cent civic center of municipal
'buildings, tbut they do not under
stand the. wisdom of providing a
$50,000 Ibond Issue thereifor im times
such as we are now exjperiencing,
when the advocates thereof are
telling us of (the an solute meed of
more important improvements. They
(believe that (better water can he se secured
cured secured (from a! different source of
supply, and they oppose (further ex expenditure
penditure expenditure off the present plant, un-
less this is to the out permanent sup-
pTy source. 'It is very thard if or them
to understand the enormous ddnreln
cration in the 'value of tnewater
plant, as it 'has (been scarcely thirty
months since te citycouncil was
told iby the Oca Water Com'pany
that the jTnt was .worth $91,000,
exoluspof going and if randhise
vejreT They hve not sforgotten (that
arresolution offering the Oca;! a Wa Water
ter Water Company $25,000 (was ad adopted
opted adopted 1by the 1912 city council
and that the city council of 1913
purcihased the water plant for $42, $42,-'500.
'500. $42,-'500. If the city ownership has
caused so great a depreciation in
thirty 'months, some of us are almost
persuaded to abandon the 'doctrine
im toto. '" '
, They do not u n derstand (why it
Ibecame necessary to raise the price
of electric current from 6 cents to 8
cents tif the cost of manufacture of
Such current is 3 1-5 cents per 'k. w.
lb. (Surely it costs no more to mian!a-
ifaature 6 cents current tthan 8 cents
current? ' x
They understand neither the Jus
tice nor the legality of (the city's -use 1
of electric lights and water hydrants
wiithout the electric flight and .water
plants having credit for such service
Nor do they understand the' justice
in ; transferring from time rto time
large 'sums from the fund of the
electric light department and water waterworks
works waterworks department to the 'general
fund account of the city. They re refuse
fuse refuse to endorse a system that propos proposes
es proposes to run public utility plants that
(the profits therefrom may pay the
general running expenses of the city
They admit that under such a sys system
tem system of financing as this it is pos possible
sible possible to show a loss against either
(fund or such fund as the council
They cannot grasp the argument
ifchat the increased profits from a new
electric light plant and a new water
plant will provide interest on bonds
and their, sinking fund when section
six of the bond ordinance Stself is:
"There shall annually Ibe assessed
and collected upon (the real: and per-
( Concluded on (Fifth Page)
toe Wwli (D) wr MB Yew Aroni
Public Opinion. Suits or. Overcoats made by us
vnii nnlvfSTf? while
Vashingtony Oct. 25.- After be
ing' in continuous t session since ; the
inauguration of Woodrow Wilson, a
period oif nearly 19 mont.hs, the Six
tj-third congress yesterday adjourned
its seoond session. Prolcngei efforts
to procure cotton relief legislation
fin'ally collapsed, i Leaders in this
movement agreed to adjourn, Jhow-
ever only on condition that pending
cotton relief measures would have
.ragfht of way when Congres3 recon reconvenes
venes reconvenes (Decamiber 7.
' NO EXTRA SESSION
iWbAhdngtbn, Oct. 26. President
Wilson h'asi no intention now of call-
' j 1u' i J tT--r'tl
will raon-sult Senate an'd ; -HoAi-se lead leaders
ers leaders directly after thNbvemher eJlec-
tiens and iplanswtll be based on their
TTbepresident is optimistic iregard-
Jnk 'the cotton situation. (He ; be-
avp rwridiHrm rwill steadllv im-
iprorve from now on. :. ?
(Great Britain won't place oh oh-stJaoles
stJaoles oh-stJaoles in the way of cotton going
to 'Germany, stated the British am am-!assaror
!assaror am-!assaror today.
TIED WITH RED TAPE
Canada's Koyal Gift Ues Idle While
Thousands of People Want for
' Bread 'J'X.'.-r-v
ijLiondbn, Oct. 26. The Standard
states (that 250,000 (bags of flour and
4,000000 pounds of cheese, a war
gift to l he mother country from Can Can-ad
ad Can-ad 'a, Lhas (been 'laying on the Uondon
docks (for the past two months, be because
cause because of the difficulty in discoverink
who is responsifble for its (handling.
It has now (been ascertained that the
local government 'board is 'responsible
and its members are tbusy consld er er-irrg
irrg er-irrg whaJt is to he done with the
food. It is possiible that some of it
will he given to the hungry Belgians
Ocala, Fla.; Oct. 26, 1914
To the voters on the Bond Issue: ;
, Does Mr. ar. J. Roess in any of n s
Questions answered relating to the
bond issues, give the mills levied by
any of these towns that he has iwrit iwrit-ten
ten iwrit-ten llto for information? He must
have overlooked that most impor important
tant important fact, I know of one man at
least that sold his property in Sti
Petersiburg on account of the enor enor-mous
mous enor-mous high Tat, of taxes, and moved
to Ocala, (but fbought himself five
acres outside the city limits and is
now erecting a ihouse on it, contem contemplating
plating contemplating the high rate of taxes in
Ocala on account of the bond Issue.
A. Y; Strunk.
To Telephone Subscrilyers:
Please list in your directories
phone Xo. 451. J. D. (McCaskill.
nthpr ctnroo hordp
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BUT 130 DECISIVE ACT
FilIK, BlilTOII, SLAV. TEOTOi!
' Oil TOVJARO
Paris, Oct.,' 26. Following up the
advantage gained hy breaking thru
the Belgain 3ine along the.Yser, the
Germans concentrated vigorous at at-tacks
tacks at-tacks on Dixmunde an4"NieuporL
Belgian trenches have" Ibeen under
fire since Sattitfday. mornings Day
1 1 e and Arras,.
The allied fleetl is shelling the
coast at every point where the Ger Germans
mans Germans are in; range. tXorthwest of
Soissons he fBritishi thaye gained a
slight advantage. : -
IT AGAINST IT
Paris, Oct. 26. 4At three this af af-ternoon,
ternoon, af-ternoon, despite furious attacks,
the Germans wn'o succeeded in cross crossing
ing crossing the Ys'er river, failed, to onaTce
further, progress. The allies', are
maintaining their frontal r positions.
The Germans are losing heavily.
USING AUSTRIAN'S FOR SHIELD
Petrograi, Oct. '26. The "German
'and Austrian invjasion of 'Poland has
(been definitely checked. The Ger
mans are using Itho .Austrian jto
cover their retreat.. The,, enemy has
ibeen driven hack 50 miles from the
Vistula. In Galic'ia !the Austrians 'have
failed in an attempt to turn the (Rus (Russian
sian (Russian left flank.
LOANING SURMARINES TO TUR-
. Althens, Oct. -'26; According to a
dispatch tfrom Constantin'ople, Ger Germany
many Germany has transported two su.1ma su.1ma-rines
rines su.1ma-rines by( rail '"to TmrTtfey.
JAPS LAYING FOR GERCVLVNS
Tokio, Oct 6. The Japanese
government (has protested to the
United States against ttSh-er German
rwarshisp Geier, (being a'iroivW Ito stiiy
longer in port at (Honolulu, where
she put in for repairs. It is report
ed that Japanese cruisers are waiting
outside to engage1 her when t she
sails. - 1
SUNK AN AUSTRIAN SHIP
. ...... i i
Pefein, Oct. 26. An Austrian
cruiser has heen sunk off Iviao
Chau hy Japanese artillery.
'Viehna, Oct. 26. The Austrians
have had several successes northeast
of Przemysi and on the San river.
The Russians are heavily reinforcing
Galici and southwestern Poland.
GER3IANS HAVE MANY PRISON-
Berlin, Oct. -26. Up to 'October
21, the Germans In tne east and
west have taken; 297,000 prisoners,
11 1 !!!! n
Lii Ju H ;r-:
r, n .r i;n i
ill JAP FIBIIT GOIX
inscluding over -5,0 00 -officers ami
twenty-sevenJ tgeneral3;. l0t0p
FrencEi, 100,300 'Russians, 30,000
Belgians and ,00 'English'.''
The Russians ihavo sent 80,000 80,000-soldiers
soldiers 80,000-soldiers to reinforce Lemherg. '
BEGINS TO LOOK LIKE RlVAIi.
CHIEFS WILL MEET IN n
Mexico Ci'ty, O'zi. .2 G. Av ions:
proclamation iby Carranza, vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously attacking Villa, ;was telegraphed
thru CMexioo today. ,It is regarded as.
an ultimatum to Villa- Carranza ac accuses
cuses accuses VilTa of Hi-nlng ;up wi'th iLhe old
regime, fostered Iby Porflro Diaz. In Indications
dications Indications are that the perJee confer conference
ence conference at -Aguas Caliente3 will' bo a
JURY COULDN'T AGHEH Q2Z
GUILT OF MRS CARMAN
- (New York Oct. 2 6 Mrs. Curia a n
was admitted to $25,000 tail to;I::;y.
She left for her homo at IVecort
in an automobile. The jury report
ed Sunday that it could't agree. Tle-
pcrted ten jfor acquital rtwo &ort ccn-
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
, For rent, two 8-Toom, 2-story
houses on North CMagnoIia. ztrcci,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
lights, water and other modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply at thl3 ofHce. 13-tI
telegraph operators yili
Have m6re leisure timij
On account of depression of bus-
iness the Western Union
on. Sunday, will be from
8 ts 10 a
m., and 4 to 6 p. m.
- C. K. Sage, 'Mgr.; W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, .Mgr. Postal Tel. Co.
'The Little Brownie Is the latest
picture machine. At Gerlg's' drii5-v
store, $1.25. 10-19-tr
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CARN BUILDING, OCALA
THE OCALA EVENING STAK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
HITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
15. R. Carrol, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business 3Ianager
, J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance...
Six months, in advance..
Three months, in advance
One month, in advance.
.00 One year- in advance. . ... $8.00
2.50 Six months, in advance 4.25
1.25 Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance..... .80
THE PROPOSED BOND ISSUE
Tomorrow- Che citizens of Ocala
will vote on the proposed frond is-
n'ever stop advocating sewerage till
a system is put in or It is dead.
Street improvement Is pJso great
ly needed. Nothing: will add more
sue of $305,000 for sewerage7 street to the attractiveness of the city than
paving, improvement of the water
-works and a municipal ice factory
and ibuildings for a civic center.
The Star began advocating fronds
for the city over two years ago, say saying
ing saying at the time we had to' have im im-prorements
prorements im-prorements arid could obtain them
only one way, and that .way to issue
bonds. It hasn't changed Its opinion
In the 3east. It hasn't had much to
say about the 3xmd issue rwe 'Will vote
on tomorrow, and has therefore heen
called by some who id ant understand
it a moteshack, ah obstructionist andi
other (pet names, -widen .being old and
war-worn in controversy it (minds not
In the least.
fTStie Star hasn't said, "much about
this issue for two reasons: One is,
good streets. We aire now going on
bu Aiding and (rebuilding in a very un
satisfactory and expensive (manner.
The principal opposition to improving
the streets at present comes from
property holders who will have to
bear a (disproportionate amount of
the expense, and feel that they are
not now able to roi;et ft. It. moist
ibe rememfoered that the enthusiastic
whoops for, ilfronds of other communi
ties, held up to .Ocala as models,
were made soime mo:iths ago, (before
the present depression set in. The
Star doubts very much, that Uake-
land, IBartow and oth er "progressive"
cities would 'be in any great hurry to
issue bonds for paving their streets
(Also, the opinion advanced that
paving me streets win result an a
here, and the one we have will be
harassed by Ithe prospect
of an opposition, which not freing
obliged to rmake a 'living, can put
prices down any time a majority of
the council sees fit Could nve ex-
pect any ibusiness to thrive under
SW.V'A l-i . A ..I
What private citizen swould ap approve
prove approve of the city setting njp. a busi
ness that would compete
ibus:nes3, and could stunt
part of it are opposed to all. They
also call attention (to the fact that
Lakeland, Bartow and Orlando issu
ed ibonds at at time ;when 'the 'Europ
ean .war and the consequent depres
sion was unheard of; also tthat the
amounts they issued were smaller
than that asked for in OcaBa.
A number; of people who are m
favor of froth -sewerage and pavin
with his say, and with reason, that the sewer-
or kill it age system should 'be iEjstalled be
any time he became obnoxious to a
majority of the city council?
Why should the ice factory be
picKea out ror competition, ice is
no more a public utility than meat,
'bread or clothes. You can buy mare
fore paving work ds commenced, and
therefore bonds for paving should
not be Issued udw to ibe drawing in
terest a year or more before the
money should be used.
There is in fact much reason and
HOOKS V KITCHEN I TOOl-S J
ice for a nickel or a dollar in Ocala good sense on (both sides, and the
today than you could ibuy for the (matter should he played out as im im-same
same im-same money twenty years ago. But 'partially and impersonallr as a game
flour costs more, meat costs twice in which the best band wins and
as much, and clothing and shoes cost neither side feels aggrieved.
more. Why shouldn't the city set up
a bakery, a butcher shop or a cloth clothing
ing clothing store?
Kerosene arid gasoline are about
Whatever- the result of tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's election jmay he, let us accept
it in good humor and make the best
of it. 'If the entire 'bond issue is
as much a public utility as ice, and) voted, it "will be a heavy loa'dLto car-
they (both cost more than they did ry, frut we don't think it wiill break V
twenty-five years ago. Why Shouldn't Ocala down. We can't have improve-
the city establish a gasoline station iments without paying for them. If
for the benefit of our impoverished the frond issue is (defeated, let the
autoists? council note what the people favor
'Does anyibody suppose that item most and draw anothen ordinance
(would have (been tacked on to .the or- for another elect! om And! if we
dinanee if any man interested in an have to Shave another eleetl on, let us
ice ifactory 'had ibe en on the council? avoid the mistakes arid bickerings
.There if a something funny about that have preceded this one.
this ice factory item. Three f the tA little more concessions on all
coundknen ihave Informed, the sides, a little more apEffieciatabn of
Star that, if ibonds carry, it will take each other, added to tbe magnificent
teli entire $55,000 to toprove thelpubliic spirit that many "to Ocala al
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IF YOU WILIj COIE STRAIGHT TO US
XEED ANYTHING IN THE IIAHinVAUC IINI3
SAVE YOUJISELF THE, TROUBLE OP "LOOKING AROUND"
YOU AND THE PRICE
WE AVILIi "HAVE IT"
. WIUj BE LOW.
WE HAVE BEEN HAMMERING AWAY AT THE HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE BUSINESSS A LONG TJ: IE, AND OUR BUSINi:
METHODS NAIL CUSTOMERS TO US WHEN THEY ONCE
BUY FR03I US.
tfcat toeing aronnd among the people Baving toy doing away iwith the
a' good "deal, and ttaving plenty of J
Eriendb among tiiem, it has noticed
that the voters had their minds most mostly
ly mostly sn-ide iup on ithe susbjeot the day
after ithe election -was ordered and
that (few of them (have changed their
work of the atreet (force is delusive.
A hundred thousand dollars mill not
pave all the streets in Ocala, nor half
of them. We will have to go on im improving
proving improving and repairing other streets,
Jut as we do now. There may .be a
opinions since. lAlso, that each side UmaKer (bill tor street .work for
foeiieves the .particular (batch of tfacts
that It (wants to believe, and scouts
et any other. We could easily con con-Xute
Xute con-Xute any argument put oip Jby either
.-Bide, twit people wh'o rwanted to be be-"Uleve
"Uleve be-"Uleve it wolild do fee, all the same,
:EO (why should .we worry?
iAnother (reason Is it hat iwhile the
year or two, and then it iwill Ibegin
to grow again. This is not said in
opposition to istreet improvement. It
is simiply stating a fact that 'the en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic bond advocates have ne neglected
glected neglected to mention.
The civic center, wlth the ihfand ihfand-isome,
isome, ihfand-isome, new buildings, will ibe a mighty
nice thing to have, aaid the Star
Tmve3 of most of the provisions- of things we should have it a soon as
jne one now -oeiore tis, 11 ooes not
not conscientiously have (voted for
them In a (bunch. The council has
"hop it has su'eceeded, hut we very
-jtriuch douljt it.
' lHoweAer, this is not -what the Star
is mostly concerned about. The point
thJe Star 'wishes to analse today is
that we are having too much' dis dis-aanion
aanion dis-aanion and ill feeling on the question.
.This is not good .'for the city nor
iwlth this, iwe can (progress and thrive.
If we do' not, we will languish and
Zag. We have one of the hest Iit-
we are able. It is the .most orna ornamental
mental ornamental of the 'proposed improve improvements
ments improvements and the ilea,st necessary.
waterworks .plant, and1 they do not reaSdy ipossesis, would put our city
.favor a municipal ice tpdant anyihow. huip in (front where it hiilongs. Let
Yet we 'know a numfber of peiople W see, if we can't 'revfve the plen-
wno are going (to (vote ror 'Donasioio spirit i.inat "ucaia snowea an Tneis
more in 'hope of obtaining cheaper gaDanlt figlit for the sate capital j
Ice than ifor any other (reason. (fourteen years ago. Tihsit fight was
Any (property holder may Ibe cer- ikst, hut lit was worth while to
taih; th'at df the dty Ice plant Is make it if or the waking nip sand get-
tstanted and he obtains ice at a very
low rate, he will have to ipay for It
if a taxation. The only people who
will ;be '.beneated will he those who
have no taxes to pay.
A Ifew months ago, the city elec
tric plant was selling Ibu'lbs and other
supplies at a very low Tate. The
electricians of Ithe city conrplaineJ,
and the ipractice was stopped. The
Star thought this was Just and ap
proved it, though iin ohtaining elec electric
tric electric light hulhs ifrom the city ilant
toge'ther it gave us.
THE' BETTER (DAY.
IFlrom the Tidioulous to the sub
lime, to (reverse (Napdleon's saying,
is but a simgle step, and "Walt iMa-
son, one of our champion funmakers,
starting out in the -following to make
a (laugh, arises to the sublime in his
(last sentence or two:
When the world is iclt Of killing
arid the (nations tired of igore, man
it Ravifwt wnsfdertalhlA imnnw. Ts it
r ;,AhwdIl draiw his daily. sthiMing, as a
any moretralr for the city to hurt the!
business of the Ocala Ice & Packing
Company than it is to hurt the busi business
ness business of iMr. Tucker or Mr. Bennett?
The case of 'Femandina, which is
made so much of, is not parallel to
j (huitxaher ,never more.
zlu uiivnui, me suuum xiiipa u m hat of Ocala. 'Femandma was
the (waterworki? and electric plants, h.hrp 'mHth ithe advent of a for-
He'H get idown
the deuce should I shoot my next
door neighbor, with no "reason or ex excuse?"
cuse?" excuse?" When this tgraJCt of (whole
sale imu rd er, relic of dark days, shall
cease man will use his strength to
to luseful labor, softlly saying,
The Star favors their fteing cousin- eisn corporation that would have f U!rher a11 'Stle arts of peace
ect in one toig group 01 imiiiiings on gouged the people. Ocala1 is as'.i as'.i-Ithe
Ithe as'.i-Ithe city, lot In the ncunth of town, ed (to hurt the husiness of a home
where we can have a ipretty park and amny, which is selling ice at a
a .big swimming poor, and their be- reasonable Tate.
ing equipped with up-to-d!ate and for the eleoUon of Wednesday,
laibor-savng (machinery. for improving the electric light
We are not going to (Vote, how- pianit, it is hardly worth while 'to
ever, for this item on the ticket, argue albout it. lEveryhody we have
As far as the waterworks are con- spoken to on the Sulbject ;wants the
ceraed, we now h'ave the ibonds to eiectric light plant (put in the best
the amount of $55,000, made out .naqsiihle con'dltion.
, 1 ii. ivi I I Vlr
iju-st luipixjv tjiiitjiiL. nearly a are halmost two ivears ago. t.nd ly.i-ng Idle a nvnwmt: .for ihnnrf's
ountv. We shJould consider Ibonds 1 rw, eaiil.. . .., , Itions toto fray, and
- i 'uuv a suDiu.aiwi, -vtii i uiiat now is xne loesx itime xo issue
Erorn a sDrictJy economic standpoint, ibonds a?i well as it can sell a jtflren,; for how is the time' of all
apart from politics and personaliities. new issue. It could and should have jtimes hait (We meed td have some-
.We should' decide tomorrow if it Is a 'them mine imonths ago, when the tMng ftoiug in our town;- that the
better or worse if or Ocala to have (bond' market was In g-ood eha'pe, and ,rk m ibrfn-g in people, turn mon-
(bonidsorsomeibondaornohondsand oojd ,Ka lh!a1 oew waterworks an'd atiimulate things srene-
vote accordingly-. TThen we should ac- Lplant almost campleteti by this time. Lny. ooir neighboring cities olf iBar-
There has (been no time that the peo- tw, Orlando and! Dakeland are
would m'ot have votetl the necessary I ruwi, nt ;mTr!oTc' lo-nvl nnr
. J . ... ' has measured been, drumti of
ivLLvy iw liovj jiUj.piuvtj iuub jlacK or entenpnse in conrpanson isi
tfiant. That this (hasn't Ibeen done comimented on -mournfully.
Is the present council's toig sin of An oppose'd to Ibonds say the.tpro-
osniission. I rwvrt isni is tfcoo ilaTze iin itxrooor-
As fang as this $55,000 In Ibonds tlon. to our. resources, and (even
remains unused, the city! govern- thosd who would gilaldly vote -for a
csept ithe result ln good humor and
go on to the next tiling.
Whatever else it has done or has
not done, the Stair rejoices th'at it has
not done anything tb contribute to
ill Ifeeling on either side. It is pret pretty
ty pretty well acquainted with aft our citi
zens, and has often had occasion to
jbra-g of their public spirit. It sees
no occasion to change Its opinion on
this suibjeot. It is entirely certain
that moat' of the men who are work work-fog
fog work-fog if or ibonds do so -because they 'be 'believe
lieve 'believe they will Ibe good ifor the town.
They also have muoh reason for itak-
On the other harJd, among the gen-
rrhen disarcn'ed will- he tone Hegions
and1 the sun will smifle at mom on
the "quiet Yentile regions where we'll
raise our ikaffir corn. Then the gun,
which like i& crater, helches fiiire and
ifUry now will ibecome a. cultivator,
or, perhaps, a three horse pHow. Cap-
U J .XII .V. . nMt-
ua. lilts 'uutjtu, witu q'uwiU'O,
kings with terror in- their looks, ishall
convert the gun and anortar into scy scythes
thes scythes and pruning (hooks. Then no
more shaM if oolish trifles csill the na-
we'll turn our
ruick-firing rifles into tools lor pitch
ing hay.. So this present caitaclysm,
shocking though it (be, arnd vast, we
may view with optinilsm, since it's
apt tb be the last. When the 'soldiers
(have dismounted from their charg chargers,
ers, chargers, scarred and thin, when the corps
es have (been counted, and the Iblood
will thrdb no longer, flags of ibattle
will ibe furled, and the weaker and
(the stronger hand in hand will walk
the world. it
I l yp r St? v I i
i S "U If "i
DOhT TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES. A LIT LITTLE
TLE LITTLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME MAYS A VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NO W AND HA VE lYO UR E YES
TESTED BY AN EXPERT THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WSLL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONZS
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
ment can valMiate it, ell it and add
It to the city debt any time it sees
Another reason why these bonds
could Ibe used at once is that. while
the council has the authority to use
them, it has no authority to destroy
General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:
CDUNOAN U. FLiETOHBR.
They must Ibe put (to use or For Congressman 2nd District:
Hie in the 'Vaults until their time ex-
emen who opposa honds are many Lpires. 'And they are worth more to For Commissioner of Agriculture:
rsvho have (been foremost in the past
In the matters th ait have gone to
apbuild Ocala. They h'ave aided not
only iby voice ami vote (but also by
personal work and (personal paying
En past improvement. (Nearly all
tare property holders, and if we issue
Abends they will have to contribute
the city now than they will he next
year or the year after, or any year
that hrings them nearer to the date
of their expiration.
The Star opposes the proiposed ice
faatory on principle the principle
'being that the city shouldn't go into
(business, where it ini
W. A. .MdRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SECACKIEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Commissioner:
IR. HU'DSON BURR.
N. (A. BLTTCH.
A. E. BURNETT
a big proportion of the' taxes. There- citizen's Ibusiness, unless there isP'or State Senator; 20th District:
fore, they are strictly within their
rights as citizens in opposing Ibonds.
CMling them dbstruetionis'ts and re reactionaries
actionaries reactionaries has heen discourteous,
and haant made any votes for bonds.
Qroreover, most of these citizens
ore in favor o honds. Same of
them do not think this a good (time
Cor a (bond issue, and some, most of
them, favor a part of the proposed
some great and
for so doing.
nnere is mo such necessity hers.
We have an ice factory which as sup
plying ice at reasonable rates. The
city can t supply it much cheaper
unless it sens Deiow cast, which
would ibe had 'business as well as bad
W. J. CROSBY.
. W. T. HEXDERSOX.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. Li. COLBERT.
. It Is considered hy many that For J Treasurer:
there ds enough husuness in this ter- JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
fIThere is hardly any voter in the ritory for another ice factory, and it For County Commissioners:
city who isn't iin favor of a sew- is likely that another will toe started W. D. CARX.
rrage system hcang put in at once, within the next few years; mean- WALTER LUFFMAX.
It is vital necessity and every day time, the one we have will steadily N. A. FORT. 4
we delay (brings us nearer to an ep- increase in (business, add to its force, S. R PYLES.
ademic. It keeps (people away from increase its payroll and continue to For iM embers of School "Soard:
Ocala to know we haven't a sewer- tbring money into town. j. S. SCOTT.
fige system, and it worries most of If the city puts in an ice plant, B.R. BLITCH.
Clhose who are here. The Star will! no other private plant will cornel J. S GRATH M.
The Sun has received one of the
hooks which !Frank tI. TOraias Is dis distributing
tributing distributing on his automobile trip
throughoiut the iBastern stotes. He
held out promises to the state of
Florida and which would occupy a
'place for all time on the reading or
library table of any cluh and' In
clubs he projjosed to place the (book.
jThomas has issued the cheapest
sort of an advertising pamphlet with
'36 pages of display advertising and
4 pages of outline maps and text.
The (book is one Jthat would be
ga,there"d !by the Janitor in any club
and consigned ,to the cellar or the
paperbaler within tweaty4!!our hours
after oeing placed in any clulb.
fYet advertisers of Florkfa gave up
more than 9,000 to Thomas for 10,-
000 copies, estimated, of ifthls, adver
tising pamphlet, and for what? To
(allow Thomas to galivant ahout. the
countrr in a Pulliman automobile
car, trading on the fact that he Is
the ofllcial representative Of the state
Ye Gods how long is Florida to
Answer Just as long as influen
tial citizens who do not know adver
tising from asbestos, will Jend their
names and support to any publicity
scheme presented them. Clearwater
Oca'la and Clarion county, in the
star's opinion, are weaned of that
- W H Ifl Tt f 1 flf J
i To a Percan -Ul:d P?!-23
ninissII-Ga Qs Anr.3C7ci:22
Glean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that no-
& 402-404 fl. 21&in Ctreet riiont 1C1
sort oi foolishness. Thanks mostly
to the Board of Trade, and, we think,
a little hit to the Star, they are put putting
ting putting what money they have (for ad advertising
vertising advertising to the most effective use.
The Star began (knocking on shoddy
advertising some years ago and
(keeps its little hammer ready for
every scheme of the kind that shows
POXY BUGGY WANTED
Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or huggy. Must he in good condi condition
tion condition and quite a light one. Apply-at
Star office. 10-15-tf
FROZEN 'MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
TELEGRAPH OPERATOR V.TLL
HAVE 3IOI1E LEISURE TV 111
On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Union and Postal
Telegraph Companies cflico Lours,
on Sunday, will he from S to 10 a.
m,, and 4 to 6 p.
C. K. Sage, 'Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, ;Mgr. Postal Tel. Co.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C, It. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour.; -Adv.
Tlie Little Brownie 13 the latest
picture machine At Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. fl.25. 10-10-t
'A Vuyconyin-Quality ProOi
The Better Wall-Board
TpHERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost cf material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
E&3y to Apply
TDADGER-EOARD is easy to sp-
' ply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. Ail the tools
needed are hammer nd saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Eoard wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects. r. 5
Permanent Walls at
TDADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
' or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask U3 about
its many uses.
Call on or -write for prices
i.nd sard pies
State Agent, OCALA, IX A
2,000 lMES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX Tit EES OP A BEAUTIFUL
Do You want the'm at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced but no' other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of orange3 now on trees
. almost ready to ship. Big, fine,
trees, mostly Imdded to Par-son
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
. Savage; .Jr
Koom 5, Merchant's Block,
Tlione 125, OCALA, FLA
Go Rlorlii by Sea
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
eervice. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to' all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
I have mqved 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 work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. .Call
and see them.
Happiness Only Comparative.
We may anticipate bliss, tut who
ever drank of that enchanted cap Unal
A. ML. BOBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
BOAR DMA N
Board man, O ct. C-i. Well, gaess
the editor of the Star, thinks his
Jscxihe frcm Boanlman has afrsccncle.l,
; or something similar has taken place,
"being silent so long. Rut allow me
, Co enlighten you, iby saying, that the
1 above is not the case, but 'that I have
been up in the -mountains of (wes (western
tern (western North Carolina, on a vacation.
'j.Have just returned very imuth im im-'proved,
'proved, im-'proved, and will endeavor to tell you
j ail-a little something -about that
country up there.
.The beautiful region f western
North Carolina issues its appeal in
j no uncertain terms, and those .who
' have; "journeyed thither, .will never
heed the call of tother scenes nor long
for more wondrous sights. In this
;favored region Qie3 the epitome of
; all vacation klellghts. '.Here the visi visi-j
j visi-j tor may feast 'his s-otrl on a new at-
traction every day. .Here the adven adven-j
j adven-j turous spirit will find satisfaction a
plenty antl those indlined to seek a
cool retreat for the sv.mer should
visit in this section of the country.
This country is a -sweep of upland,
bcrlerel toy the Blue 'Riidge moun mountains
tains mountains and the Iron, Smoky and Una Una-ka
ka Una-ka ranges of 'Eastern Tennessee. Its
minimum altitude Is 2,000 feet above
sea level, -rising thence In a splendid
series of foot hills, tofty crag's and
peaks, until it is in a jagged line
v.-ell above 6,00 0 'feet, -fore than
eighty, of these mountain) heights
tower from 5,000 to 0,000 feet above
tho sea level. Tho .highesS" cf
these is '.Mount (Mitchell,; G,7 11 feet,
?n 1 is the tallest peak east df the
Kccky Mountains. With the (bounda (boundaries
ries (boundaries of this earthly paradise ..seeking
the great blue 'above, witih suoh a be bewildering
wildering bewildering array of heights and -depths
it is no wonder it has aquired the
title "The Land sof the Sky." Ashe?
ville, the metropolis of the "Land of
the Sky,' is a very attractive city,
it is situated on a commanding site
overlooking a iwlde expanse of roll rolling
ing rolling hills and valeys, .with lofty
(mountains for a ibaok ground.
31'enidersonfVille, X. C, 21 .miles
south east o;f (Asheville, Is ia very pret pretty
ty pretty and 'hustling town. About 3 miles
xi:t, on the trolley line, tat the foot
'of a mountain is "Laurel Park," a
tbeautiful and almost natural -park,
which extends to the top of (the moun mountain,
tain, mountain, and there you find a tower
about 25 feet high, (from .which you
get the grandest view, of the moam-i
tain 3 srsrroun'ding country. On!
the climb to the tower, you come to
the most (beautiful spring known as
"Crys-tad Spr;ng" and it -deserves its
name 'for the water is like crystal
and -so cold, coming directly from the
Mmoun tain, and you may guess ho. w
.; -wonderfully a drink helps the moun-
tain Climber along his way. The
altitude, of Hendersonville is 2,253
On top of the Blue Ridge moun mountains,
tains, mountains, thirty-five miles east cf, Ashe Ashe-vill
vill Ashe-vill is situated Saluda, X. C It too,
is an if deal summer resort, and is
inotekl for its numerous tbeautiful
waterfalls and wild mountain seen-
Thirty miles southwest from Ashe Ashe-ville,
ville, Ashe-ville, nestled among -the mountains
is situated the ideal little city of
WayiiesvHle, X. C twith an altitude
cf 2,850 feet and sheltered Iby num numerous
erous numerous mountains, with their outly outlying
ing outlying spurs, it escapes the extremes of
heat and cold and enjoys an equal
temperature and atmos-pTi eric charm
Located on Eagle's 'Nest mountain,
with an efevation of 5,000 feet is a
very large -hotel, known as The
Eagle Nest" and the writer -thought
that a very appropriate name for it,
for towering very often above the
clouds, it .was very suggestive of the
eagles and the heights thev surmount
to build their nests.
Western Xorth Carolina with her
grand mountain scenery is fine, for
a vacation, but with the termination
of our vacation we are .glad to turn
homeward, back to the "Land 4 o
ftlrs. Andrew '.Hall and IMrs. J. H.
Reed were shopping in Iclntoah Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Qlrs. A. L. Lindsy and son, James,
were visitors to Boardman 'Friday,
from 'Mcintosh. While here ithey
were the guests of Mrs. IE. D. Bqyer.
!Mr. iF. Goldin, of Oainesville, is
here for a few days the 'guest of
P. !M. Schlatre 'and family-
!Born to air. and.lMrs. E. D. Boyer,
October 22, a fine 'boy, weighing 13
3bs. Olother and child 'both doing
IMrs. '.Mary iFarnsbach Is spending
the week end at (Mcintosh, the guest
of her son and family, tMr. and (Mrs.
Irs. A. L. Smith, of Jacksonville,
is uere for a few days, on 'business
in connection with her orange groves:
Mi. Chandler ampson ihas airriv airriv-ed
ed airriv-ed from Boston, (Mass., and will be
here several months attending to the
gathering of .his pecans. We are sor sorry
ry sorry to report iMrs. Sampson, was un unable
able unable to accompany him south on ac account
count account of ill health.
Dr. and IMrs. iRichardson, tformer
residents of this pflace, but now of
Oeala, were in our midst this week.
Their many friends were glad to see
DEAFNESS CAXXOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There Is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the (Eustachian tube. When
this tube is Inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, nd unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In Inflamed
flamed Inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh CJure. 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
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any continuation-in
business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is In open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax.coi tax.coi-'.ertor
'.ertor tax.coi-'.ertor will issue the license and 'fur 'furnish
nish 'furnish all blanks and other informatiou
un request. Respectfully,
. W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-3 Ot
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
M. D. Faucett, or Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, bi t never used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Tablets. For sale by. all
iiiniif ii mi im in hi iui mi iinui mnii in
One of the foundations upon
which our great organization
has been built is the mainte maintenance
nance maintenance of the highest quality
in our roofing. You can make
no mistake when you buy
P f. 71
because you have the assurance
of the biggest roofing mills in the
world that it is the best roofing
that can be made for any money ard
that it is sold at a reasonable price.
. CUB STITTJTXOIT.
The imitator Is like the coun counterfeiter.
terfeiter. counterfeiter. He enters the field of
business with a cheaper, lower
grade article of merchandise,
made as a substitute for the gen genuine,
uine, genuine, and generally sold at a
cheaper price, arguing, as usual,
.that It is "just as good." The
dealer is persuaded to handle it
on glowing promises of enormous
prohts much larger than the reg regular
ular regular legitimate profit which Is
made on the genuine article. The
imitator succeeds in playing upon
man's natural avarice, places his
goods on sale with the dealer, and
instructs him to take advantage
of the public by substituting the
false article for the genuine at
every opportunity. You can "be
pretty sure that whenever you
ask for a well-known product and
the "dealer tells you he has some something
thing something else that's just as good, or
even better, the dealer is going to
make a greater profit on that ar article
ticle article than the one you call for.
and in nine cases out of ten you
will get a much inferior article.
Some buyers are easily imposed
upon and this encourages the
'get-rich-qulck" schemers to in increase
crease increase their substitutions. This
also discourages the legitimate
-manufacturer who is putting out
articles of merchandise that rep represent
resent represent honest value to the con consumer.
sumer. consumer. Where a man has devoted
years of his life in perfecting an
article that he knows cannot be
excelled in quality; where he has
spent thousands of dollars in ad advertising
vertising advertising his goods; and where
these goods have been giving uni universal
versal universal satisfaction for a long
time, great injury results by per permitting
mitting permitting substitution to rob him
of hi3 market and at the same
time rob the consumer by selling
him a doubtful article at practi practically
cally practically the same price.
There is no law through which
such evil practices can be stopped.
The sole remedy is for the legiti legitimate
mate legitimate manufacturers to ask the
public direct not to patronize
dealers who try to substitute a
different brand of goods for the
kind wanted. All first class deal dealers
ers dealers know that it is poor business
to try to substitute something
else for the article wanted.
There is a Certain-teed dealer in your
locality who will be pleased to give you
further information about our goods and
will quote you reasonable prices. If
the goods are made by us, remember
we stand behind them.
General Roofing Mfg. Company
World? largnt manufacturer of Roofing
and Building Papers
He&ley Building, Atlanta, Ga,
Telephone Iry 4905
New Yrfc City B!hi Clucus PJfUiarji
fkiUdelpkia AtknU derelui Detroit
St. Lonis Cudaaati Kaasas City Miaaea polls
SaaFraacuca Seattle Laedoa Haa&arr Sydacy
fii j fegsgiia. r ir-.5Sa.M
TWO METHODS OF BEGGING
Plausible and Polite Mendicant No
Doubt No More Deserving Than
Like those of the "Heathen Chi Chi-nee,"
nee," Chi-nee," the ways of the seeker after
alms are peculiar. A correspondent
writes to the London Chronicle:
"Walking down Fleet etreet the other
day, I was accosted In the most casual
manner by an individual who at a
glance could be summed up as one of
life's failures. With refined accent
and In the most perfect English he
apologized while keeping pace with
me for Intruding his company upon
me uninvited. He would not beat
about the bush. Through a conglom conglomeration
eration conglomeration of adverse circumstances (the
phraseology is his own) he was desti destitute.
tute. destitute. For the moment he could not
dig owing to his inability to find
an allotment wherein to delve; to beg
he was most heartily ashamed, but
did it as a 'dernier ressort Could I
spare a shilling not as a loan, but
as a gift, and help a lame dog over a
"I could and t did, against my bet better
ter better judgment. He accepted the gift in
the spirit In which he had asked for
it. Tm not going to thank you he
said; 'you know I would do the same
for you were our positions reversed.
Will you shake hands?' Further
down I came across his antithesis.
Sidling up, with that crab-like slither
which, stamps the professional mendi mendicant,
cant, mendicant, he accosted me thus. 'Yer don't
'appen 'ter 'ave a bit of bread on
yer, guv'nor, do yer?' I did not and
the curses of the disappointed one
followed me till I was out of earshot!
And I shouldn't care to have to decide
which of the two was the more de deserving."
serving." deserving." WAS WOMAN OF GREAT CHARM
Empress Josephine One of the Most
Remarkable Personages of HIs-
While the Empress Josephine had
one million francs a year for her pri private
vate private purse, it is a well:known fact
that she was always in debt, and
while this led to stormy scenes with
Napoleon, and beyond doubt she" had
an extravagant wardrobe, it must not
be supposed that she spent this sum
entirely upon herself, as it is esti estimated
mated estimated that she supported more than
two th6usand poor people in addition
to helping many needy aristocrats
who had suffered under the revolu revolution.
tion. revolution. .v y:" v.
It Is said that she owned several
hundred hats and bonnets which were
peculiarly becoming to her, and paid
her hairdresser six thousand francs a
year. Of course, the preservation of
her wonderful chartn caused the
spending of many hours a day in her
boudoir, from which all but a few
favorite waiting women were ex excluded.
cluded. excluded. So successful was she in ad addition
dition addition to her own wonderful personal-
; ity, that at the age of forty, and a
j grandmother, when arrayed In a sim sim-i
i sim-i pie white mousseline and a string of
pearls, her husband exclaimed at her
! loveliness and said he would be jeal-
I The idea that English is to be the
universal language of the future seems
to be spreading. Certainly thousands
of Europeans struggle bravely with its
rules and idioms. Here Is a sample of
the progress that has been made In
One quarter, remarks the Youth's Com Companion.
panion. Companion. It Is taken from the adver advertising
tising advertising matter that a large continental
hotel publishes in the form of an elab elaborate
orate elaborate illustrated booklet:
"Its spacious dimensions, exquisite
j comfort, elegant fashion of its furnish furnishings,
ings, furnishings, the unobjectionable prerogatives
as to the produce of its kitchen and
contents of its cellars,' besides the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished managing, which, assisted
by well experienced attendants, does
its utmost in always duly treating all
this, united already for many years
past, obtained a general renown, even
! A Word to Literary Critics.
j Critics will show you how such and
such a writer repeated the thoughts
of Kant or Hegel, or used the phras phrasing
ing phrasing of Dante or Milton, or stole the
plots of Boccaccio or Guy de Maupas Maupassant.
sant. Maupassant. They often prove their wide
reading, they sometimes demonstrate
their sagacity, but they do not justify
I their existence as critics unless they
' go further than this, for the genius
of authorship declares itself less un unmistakably
mistakably unmistakably in gifts shared with fore forerunners
runners forerunners or contemporaries than? In
gifts peculiar to itself. Walt Whit Whitman
man Whitman or William Wordsworth is neither,
; understood nor elucidated when his
possible pilferings have been listed;
j at best the ground has only been
j cleared for the critic's real work of
insight and Interpretation. Collier's
Englishwomen Urge Goat Keeping.
With the object of obtaining for the
children, of farm laborers a constant
supply of pure milk, which is almost
impossible in the calf rearing dis districts,
tricts, districts, Devonshire cottagers are being
encouraged by Lady Acland of Kll Kll-lerton,
lerton, Kll-lerton, Mrs. Charles Carew of Warn! Warn!-combe
combe Warn!-combe and other women to keep
Some of the best goats have been
introduced into the country districts
of Devon, and at Tiverton Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Show recently valuable prizes
were offered. It Is claimed that goats
cost little to keep and that their milk
Is in some respects superior to that
given by cows. London Times.
yr7E have just added to our business, a large
v-w 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 vpry newest rubber
and fabric; and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save youimoney.
nit omen iiy'ciicy.
Teams For Rcht-Lighf anclIIeavy:IIaiiIliio
Tm TP TT jO. TV TTT-f
Packing ant Storing'
Shipping of Freight,
' ' ""llul"""l".Jl"f'l
1 11 l III J 1 F 1
TODD 5r COMIiPlFJv
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, AVest.:
MOT'S EQAIDL 01S0 E(D)!ISS.-'
JoimnyfG Place 99 y
rjT AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re-
tail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
Is, and as much' as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. gQ
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Make my -place your headquarters while in the city. You will bo
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at Johnnys Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
It Yon Will Tafefe Enoiiflli of Our Ice i
Saturdays to last ver Sunday k
" .... .. . ... .. .4 v .; :
We Will thank you. Our drivers uill 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 cf
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
Si t t I I i i
. OCALA, FTOQIDA
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
ou 'will find a suit of. 'our making
retains its shape. That's because it
is tailored, not merely tpressed, Into
the garments .Let us make you a
suit for a trial. .You'll hot alone be
better dressed than ever before, bat
you'll stay that -way. For our suits
retain their good looks till the last.
Post Box, 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone,
Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon., QQ
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
legit mate house.
THE OCALA EVENING STAK, 3IOXDAY, OCTOBKR, 26, 1914
Weihe and received most cordially,
and for several hpurs the needle de devotees
votees devotees enjoyed a wonderfully jolly
The 'Eastern Siar sewing circle
will meet Wednesday afternoon at
3: 30 o'clock with Mrs. C. ;E." Sinir
IOC ALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you hare any items for this department call phone 106)
Jlcautiful Shower I'arty Given hy
Dlrs. T. E.gxidgfis was the hostess
i2i'u nftei nqonf at one of the rerv
prettiest 'parties giver this season
vLfhezi she enetf:ed at 4:30 in hon honor
or honor of CMIss GIaraMiTWonjcJrmin
rlieTeIet."The affair 'was a linen
Shower beautifully planned amid
charming environments. The guests
were received most cordially hy the'.r
Kracious "hostess antl her 'assistants,
Sirs. W. T. Gary, IMrs. rB. C. Bennett
arwl IMrs. (Ernest Crook. (Mrs. Brid Brid-ei
ei Brid-ei 'homo .was never more at attractive
tractive attractive than on thia occasion when
flglow with shaded lights and crim crimson
son crimson flpVv-ers it was a foower of loveli loveliness.
ness. loveliness. LVs the guests assembled they
u'ore served to punch from a dainty
taV.es, placed in a bower oif roses in
ifesketn on the front tporch, hy Misse3
Riby 5issenrianer and 'Ethel JHay-cratt-
Then informally seated about
the frexption rodm, tho chatter of
.girlish "good time" iwaS interrupted
y the sudden appearance (from a side
entrance cf a tiny fairy queen. The
srMt tones of a violin, chanted
a love melody as Miss Mary Connor,
draw 'her fbow In mystic rhythm, and
tSiio curtains ifell apart as if by imag imag-'
' imag-' lu at the princess approach, follow followed
ed followed i)y two very small fairies wheel
ing si flowerHcovered wbeel-lbarrow,
laden 'with' attractive -bundles of
seemingly -every shape and descrip
tion. .The fairies1 'led toy the queen
pessod across tho room and at- the
leet of iMiss Johnson placed the "love
Burden." It was a nappy moment
amid a (beautiful one- Miss Johnson's
, 'isarprlse anid Joy was almost inde inde-Tooraiia'ble
Tooraiia'ble inde-Tooraiia'ble and the fairy iqueen lit
tle CMiss Bennett, tripped' oust dnto thef
xiflddle of the floor and dn iher (most
tfaciniatinir and oualnt rway recited
tn tofyely (poem to the ibride-elect, tnd
Sior attendants, little j iMiss tPraiices
rSnirw andi iMlaster lABf red Gross.
yjlhow'ered aiiss Johnson iwitbi ricej
ifnora. ipretty heart-shaped pink: "boxes.
The fairies then! disappeared, but
Che ifaiiry queen paused in Iher flight
?o imprint a '"kiss of joy on tttie cheek
of the pretty! Ajfride-to-ioe. Lit the
sarSalned doorway the queen di di-'
' di-' cid Che attention of the guests to a
pretty swinging pink! heaTt, and
placed unde rtihe' Bieart a tiny Ibaw
and arrow saying: "The one who
' zarpe3 yonder heart wtill be the
xiext ita 'snrry"". and disappeared,
ttlreat fun jwas (had in trying their
fiorttunes, during, iwjhioh time u. de de-G'cSka!s
G'cSka!s de-G'cSka!s salad.- course was iserved by
tZkm Ihos'tess ami heir assistants. tMiss
iJofhnson rwas Beautifully attired for
ithfis occasion, wearing a cure -wihite
' Ihroad'clath suit .with picture nat
: iintl a (great tfjus'ter of (biildersmaid's
" jpdscs, and as she undid the .pretty,
'bsiifal gifts ttenadered by! a ih'ost of
Tofvdng friends, she -was a. picture
zT pleased dolight. Thia last h'alf
iicmr Twaa an animated scene and 'the
Jxclal Heave tairiing at deep dusk was
most reluctant. Mrs. !B ridges tguests
Cor this pretty affair included only
t2to especial girl (friends of the
fionoree and a few of the young mar
r5wi elrl ifri'Esruds. FThe entire party
fstis one of rare fbeauty and pleasure.
Mrs. Ida V. Gates Jeft (Friday, for
TSTiacon, Oa., to 'be in attendance up-
osi th wedding of iher son, Mr. Paul
Gates, to Oliss (Refba Jones, in that
city fcdmsorrow evening. (Mrs. Oates
eras joined, in Jacksonville Iby her.
Enter your baby in the Better
capture one of them. These prizes
' Entries will 'be divided Into three classes:
Class A. All babies from 6 months to 1 year
Clas3 B. All habies from 1 year -to 2 years. ;
Class C. All babies from 2 years to 3 years.
Class A. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
?20 in gold to the boy sc oring highest,
j Class B. $20 in gold to the girl sc oring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class C. $20 in gold to the girl sc oring highest.
$20 in gold to th boy se oring highest.
However, the contest is not a
sreatex benefits are educational.
Children receive careful physical and mental examination ny com-
seiemt physicians, and a record is
a .xr en us iea.ru liiuie awuu mon
armny defects. The child -gets a better Start in life, and the information
-and liefip derived are the 'best features of -the contest. AND ALL. THIS
S ABSOLUTELY FREE. U a
ndiies from any. locality, regardless of county, may enter.
S'trr further information, and application cards, address:
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Florida
other son, 'Mr. Claude Gates, and wife
of IMiami, who will a!sobe in attend attendance
ance attendance upon the wedding.
Woman's Club House-Warming
On Thursday, Oct., 29th the mem members
bers members of the Woman's Club will cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate the opening of their -beautiful
now club hous3 with a house-warming,
to which all tfheir friends are
invited Xo formal invitations are
(being iissued, but every one, (both
(ladies and gentlemen in. sjmpathy
with the work, are invited to come
and inspect the new club house and
partake of tho hospitality of the
clubwomen, froim 3 to 4 p. an, and
from 8 to 9 p. on. Trom 9 to 11 a.
m. the Temple theater orcnestra
'has ibeen engaged and the floor will
'be turned over to the young people
A cordial invitation is extended to
iMrs. Charles R. Tydings,
President Woman's MUluib.
;Gen. Seymour Stuart, commander-in-chief
of the Sons of Confeder Confederate
ate Confederate Veterans, and (Adjutant General
N. B. IForrest of the same organiza organization,
tion, organization, are expected in the city Wed Wed-nesdaty,
nesdaty, Wed-nesdaty, on their way to the Dalkeland
reunion They (will ibe gnests of
"Oomander W. W. iHarriss a,nd fami family,
ly, family, anld iwill he accompanied to Lake Lake-Janld
Janld Lake-Janld tby the CNfarion county delegates.
airs. J. IR. Moor ehead returned
Saturday from a short ibusiness trip
to Inverness, where she went in' the
interest of the canning clulb iwork.
iMiss Bam JFerguson caime in Fri
day ifroni Wlaldo, .wliere she is teach teaching
ing teaching school a4d wenH; out to Oldtown
to spenid the! week end 'with iher pa parents,
rents, parents, tXIr. and Mrs:.. Robert (Fergu-
son, and traanliy.
HiitUe liliss Cora (May Pillans, who
was quite siick all last weelc, is (bet (better.
IMr. jSielbert Davijj, of Jacksonville,
wno ihas Ibeen in the city visiting his
wife, wiho &as ibeeri: with Qlr. -Twrvis'
parents, IMr. and Mrs. George tDav is,
for some time, returned Saturday to
tils position in Jack'sonViille.
iMrs. Sue McIver;went to Irvine
Saturday arJorning to be the guest for
the week lend of 'Dr. 'and (Mrs. J. L.
Oavis. .' . ..-
On 'Saiturd ay, October :31, at 3 p.
m. ithe finjt medtiDg (of tne Woman's
CJufb will -be held in tbe new ciud
house. Tlhis is the deferred onustfcal
M IMay 23. All' new members ad-
!ast Qray 23. AH new meme'brs ad admitted
mitted admitted during Uhe past year are urg
ed to Ibe present. The Imusi'a pro pro-grato
grato pro-grato wilt ibe in charge of aidss' iMar-
IMrs. IRonert (M arsh was Shostess of
the (Baptist sewaang circle this after
noon a;t her Ihiom. The (meeting was
fffl.nfrttTvt atitnidecl and cnrealtily en
joyed Iby all that were present.
(Mrs. iPw Wfiihe entertained the
MethJddSst Oadlefi sewing circle this
afitemokm at her Ihome on WasMng WasMng-(ton
(ton WasMng-(ton sitr3et. tMrju Weihe was assisted
Iby her mother-! n-9aw IMrs. 5F. G. B.
Babies Contest, and see if you cannot
will be awarded according to the fol
mere competition for a prize. The
made of it.
uimureu, i.uu are aoie to remove
1 xue LXUxJ (FEE. (XO CHARGE OF
fIr. Jcs. W. Dodge returned last
night from a hrief but pleasant visit
to 'his family in Jacksonville.
Tonight and Wednesday night at
Yonge's Shall, Miss Erin Yonge iwill
give final instructions in dancing,
after which she will continue the
'Friday night dances. Bliss Yonge -has
been quite successful with her class
and after resting up hopes to as
sume it again.
PATRIOTIC AND PRACTICAL
Frank's Great Sale of Cotton Fab
Mr. .Marcus 'Frank advertised ex
tensively the 'last days of last week
and will do so thru this week, his
great "iMade in America" week
'which commenced at 'his store this
morning and will end at same ipTace
tMr. (Frank will advertise, push
and talk only "made in America
goods, and .will in every. way possible
make his store an American store of
Am eriean 4 products this week: Es
peci'ally will (he exploit and push the
sale of cloth goods. Have you ever
stopped to think, that the women of
ttfhe South have the cotton problem
Absolutely in their lhands and can
solve it any time they wish simply
Iby .Wearing, whenever possible, cot cotton
ton cotton goads and insisting that every everything
thing everything they can use or induce othrs
to use shall be .of Cotton fabric?
And the demand for cotton goods
Iwill soon (increase to such an extent
that the surplus cotton would soon
(be consumed. ; ;
(Go down to (Mr. 'Frankls store and
old up this hands on ihis "(Made in
erica" week, and if you do not
-Uy anything", ait least see .what is
being done and give, your support to
the worthy movement,,
The great war in Europe is going
to throw America more oin iher 'own
resources and -will ne the. means of
our developing many Industries and
opening many new dines oif manufac
ture that we 2iave never (before at
tempted or thought of. There are
comparatively few artfcles that this
Country cannot make or produce if
we are forced to do it of these we
have nltherto iboug:ht in Europe'; and
paid duty, because we 4thad always
done it." ;
The word "bonanza" is of Spanish
origin and a nautical term, mean
ing "fair weather at sea." In Mat
thew 8: 26, we read that after the
Lord rebuked the wind and the sea
"there came a good, great calm,"
which last words in the Spanish ver
sion are rendered by bonanza." ? It
is easy to understand how the word
came into its figurative use as mean meaning
ing meaning a happy calm and good hope after
a weary search. Tho "Bonanza
Kings" were James Clair Flood, W.
S. O'Brien. John W. Mackay and i
James G. Fair, four men of Irish par-
entage, vho acquired rast fortunes
from the gold and silver mines on the
Pacific coast. They had various Imi-
tators and successors, who shared
the names, but these four were the
only original" bonanza kings.
Arts of Peace Founded on War.
Ruskin might have welcomed o the
prospect of a European war. For he
had little sympathy with the ideals
and aims of the pacifists. A11 the
nure and noble arts of peace are!
founded on war." he told the members
of the Royal Military academy, Wool-
wich, in 1865. "No great
rose on.earw, uui tuuuus a uauoa oil
soldiers, l nere is no art among a
snepueru icuv", w iwuaiua
peace. There is no art among an agri
cultural people, If it remains at peace.
Commerce is barely consistent with
fine art, but cannot produce It. Manu
facture not only is unable to produce
It, but Invariably destroys whatever
seeds of it exist There is no great
art possible to a nation but that which
is based on battle."
Cause of Divorces.
The duty of being attractive falls,
I think, almost more heavily on the
married women than It does on the
eirls. So often a woman will dress
,n on? fl-r fcor hair becominely be-
fore marriage, and seem to lose all.
interest In her personal -appearance
afterward. A great many romances
lose the rose tint of love because of
sloppy kimonos and shapeless dinner
dresses and tignt, Knouoy cair"
curlers. .Divorces may uuj.
great many causes, dui i mm
perhaps half of them occur Decause
the wife fails to be attractive in the
nrivacv of her own home. Christian
nCI, vw...& v?..
What's bfecome of the oid-rasnionea
farmer who chuclded and said: "By
ginger, it looks like they is goin' to
be war an I guess I'll plant ever'thing
to beans this spring?" Buffalo Newa-
n.AA w.f nrwr nht.
We have a few of the more seasonable iiinds
of cheese in stock now. The other
be added as the
'PIMENTO QLIYS GE
In Sma ll. Mcdmrn and Larrra
r o i. r : Ji
Thb is the drug store whero you will find
, a creat assortment of hih errade candies.
chocolates, bonbons, creams everything
you need in candy dom. We will make up
assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigari. Do you, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the homer I ry
They Savo Hcuscvcrli
You can't tell in how msmy ways until
you try them. Here are a few polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing
:n thm uthn nA lm nn'MrwMAM
evCry week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
I meaiuni ana large sizes, scoiiissvc xqiw
1 Paper is another article you will like,
I It is soft, absorbent ani snowy white.
-rSc 1 pus, .iuc
AU 'lwuwms V vusiuie
I rm... ,t-n i ti-tvl-
vote at .noma election to 'De neia
pon tae 27th ansu:
j Those who are registered at the
ty clerk's office and have paid their
poll taxes for the years 1912 and
191: nrior tQ the 12sth dav of Sen-
The following persons are eligible
I to vote at the (bond election to ibe held
on fche 28th Inst.:
I hose (who own real estate or per
sonal properxy oi luo va.iu oi. liuu
il.,-. Vt )nr- hivn n fan IrkTlaT'c tvt
iTiiovfl naid their teixes for tne 3'ear
thn. and otherwise
I iifipd voter
j persons under 21 years of age and
oVer 55 years are npt (liable for poll
This 24th "day of UotoDer, rji-i.
1 )-26-t)t HI. V7. OiSi-rUilA, V'iCi r.
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ROOM AOT ILlTn FOR A
; 1 NOW
(ELEOmiQ ELEVATOR SERVICE
R003I AND BATII FOR A
DIXIE .FLYER" DIXIE IMTEEp" SESIDfOLE LirHTED"
"SOUTH ATIiiVNTIO LDHTIID .f 3IO:nGOMERY EOUXr
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. tLc-uis Cincinnati, Louisville, anu-.
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
- VI A
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
13S W, Bay St. Jacksonville 11a.
1y t5 f';l
I 'if Ml
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'DOXiLAR AZ7l A HALF
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DOLLAR AJtD A IIALT
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J. G. KIRKLAXD, D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Hotel, Tanir-.'
i N -
THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, 3IOXDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1014
OLYMPIC GAMES IN FUTURE
"We Treat Your Clothes White.'.
Hough Dry Work Done C Cents Per Tound.
All Blankets and articles washed
"by hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
W. Ff King Ave.
In roc enics (fjjjflj
I IIIWUWVI BA K e R Y
1 . I y
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mi i n 'ii ii ui
Flow? and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
Important v Too,
BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
AVhat Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.
Cryslai 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 furtherdnformation address
:: Crystal River, Fla.
crnn K- oia ts A t?Aii will ora 4f Anciifria WAW 1 f"H f T1T
rent. Why t not prepare now by installing
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon
Vhey will give three times the light.
, Coxao in and Set us demonstrate. v :
No. 9 North Main Street
ANOTHER MEETING OF CITIZENS
TO DISCUSS THE -BOND ISSUE
fT-he last .meeting of the ybzL& issue
campaign will ibe held at the court
house this evening. Let aM xur cit citizens
izens citizens attend and discuss freely and
fairly ;what is Sbest to do for the com common
mon common good.
SOME FACTS TO CONSIDER
- AT TJrlE FAIR
Gerig's drugstore, the B.exall em
porium, is going to fmake a hand
some and -useful (display at the Ofar-don-Snanter
Fair. It has trented the
forty-lfoot building just south of the
grandstand and iwill have a complete
exhibit of drugs, stationary, Rexall
remedies, rirbiber gotokis, 'etc. It will
have a soda tfooineain with a line of
candy, cfers etc. It will have an in-
divldtial telephone, and iny drug or
prescription needed that can't be
suppliod on the spot Will at xnoe be
sent out froim totwnv :3Ir.' Charles
It. Fox, one of Ocala's (most compe competent
tent competent anH popular young druggists,
will foe in charge, an'd .wants to see
a'U his idd .friends and several hun
dred new ones
Speculation as to Effects of War Upon
Athletic Contests in European
The possible effect of the gigantic
conflict In Europe on international
sporting events for some years 'to
come offers no more interesting spec speculation
ulation speculation than the future of the Olympic
games, 'says the Spur. Even though
three emperors, as many kinss and
one president should cease before the
snow flies to play millions of men like
so many pawns, no treaty of peace
will be strong enough to heal racial
rancor at once. Berlin may yet be
In a position to adhere to the 1916
games, but how about British, French
Russian and Belgian athletes caring
to meet German and Austrian com
petitors there? In the same sense, if
to a somewhat less degree, the ob objection
jection objection would apply to the Stockholm
of the neutral Swedes, which seems
to be willing again to hold the games
providing the other nations are agree agreeable.
able. agreeable. Notwithstanding the geograph geographical
ical geographical disadvantage to the majority of
the contestants, one of the cities of
amount of 1 he said tax so collected the United States east of the Mis-
each year shall be .paid hy the cityl sissippi would be a better alternative
treasurer to the trustees xxf said tnan btocKnoim.
bonds and JiJheir successors in office,
If .we aro to (keep tfaith twith the:
piuiicase 'of the fbonds we must levy
an additional milfage snifftcient to
Taise anniially ifund's for the payment
of interest and to tprovide a sinking i
HDhey do noit -understand why -this
question nras not asked Ihe mayors
if the -arious -cities whose letters 1
,we lhave fbeen reading in our dually
fpsa-pers: ""Wlhat lis your tax mill-
PeThapa the answer to the ques
tion "Why" is:
Jf ii m ri S
(Continue! from First Page)
sonal property iwithin the corporate
limits of the said city of OcsJla-a tax
to pay the interest on all of said
bonds so issued and also a tax to
form a sinking fund 'for ithe ipayment
lof the 'princa'pal of the said 'bonds
therein provided ifor as the same
shall 'become due arid payaWe. The
ARMY USES THE "WIRELESS"
So buy your groceries from the
OCAUY GROCERY COMPANY,
end sava mecny.
'tEvery little bit helps. Full weight
and m&sure guaranteed
1 pouid Bliss OofTee. ..... ,302
3 ponrids best' Rice. . . .25c
1 qt griKMl Florida Syrup 20c
1 iKitfJe irood Fla SmiD.... ic
Irish potatoes per pk 2"c
tR.lO0iN.per pound .lGc
5 traOons oil: I ... .C0c
Everything cheap for cash.
Csala CuSli Gfocsi
Next to Burnett's
On Fort' Iting Avenue
ale pur- f
BIRDS THAT CROSS THE SEA
6maller Feathered Wanderers Are
Helped on the Journey by Their
Fernandtaas (1913) millage was 15
mills.., (1014 not yet fixed.
v-w . . . I
jraiatKa fl miiiaire is w :nuii.'.
311 ami's millage is 21 ttJIIs.
Jdve OaJb's millage is 15 mills.
Lakeland's nullage (1913) vas 11
mills, (1914 not yet fixed. )v
How such tiny migrants as gold gold-'
' gold-' crests cross the sea has often been a
mystery to many, although it has al
ways been known that they sometimes Tampa V millage is 24 mills
aiign upuu vu usu'ul Arcadia millags is 14 nulls.
Nnrth sea to rest and break the Ions: I t
lournev ; j St. Petersburg's millage Is 22 mills.
- I :. ,. r -
Redwings and fieldfares leave their I Orlando's millage Is l?i mills.
nesting haunts in Scandinavia and. ar- owr TOui u 14 mili
Telephone and Telegraph Discarded
as Being Too Cumbersome for Em Employment
ployment Employment In the Fljsld.
In the German army at least it
would appear that the days of field
telegraphs have passed and the la
borious and lengthy method -of laying
wires between distant points In order
to establish communication is now ob obsolete.
solete. obsolete. Only along established lines
of communication will wire3 be laid
for telegraphic and telephonic
poses;, the field equipment
almost in entirety of portable wireless
telegraph outfits. In other countries
portable equipments of, this character
have been cumbrous and far from
easily handled. The German engineer
has, however, worked hand in glove
with the service man, and the kalser'a
forces are now equipped with a xnenna
of communication v which. Is i t o light
and portable that a motor-cyclist with
s side-car could readily, transport one
of the smaller outfits some two hun hundred
dred hundred miles in a day. The short-rango
instruments will send and receive orer
an average distance of 35 miles.
rive in flocks to feed on the hips and
haws in our hedgerows, or the ber
ries of the elder rowan tree, and even
the mistletoe. Following in their wake
come the merlin, the great gray shrike,
the goldcrest, the short-eared owl, and
others, including the woodcocks,
which, on arrival after crossing tho
North sea, are often so exhausted as,
to suffer themselves to be overtaken
and picked up by hand.
Strange as it may seem, the larger
migratory birds sometimes give a lift
&U Auxrustine's millage Is 30 mills. I
Gaines viUe's millage Jls 14 mills.
OOAIiVS SniXiAGE IS 7 H' 3niiIiS
nUiey do mot understand the argu
ment that this is'aoii cppiorftune time
Ifor any other than Jbso!u!tely neces-
Machlne Gund Destructive.
Many reports of the war in Europe
speak of the : terribly destructive fire
of the machine guns, and in view of
these events the following facts from
the special war edition of the Scientific
American are of unusual interest:
With each regiment of infantry there
: ; ' 'j'
,. ,fmm actnihn belongs a platoon or company equipped
1 xxrlfri TWft rrtttw monnlna mi -n a TViaea
fwe are ihavaaig im4ed; us machlne guns .igenerally fiQ tUe sanie
ahead1 of us, femd fwthen it Is a tmatter tne army, but fire it Esml-automatical-
to smaller and weaker travelers, who, off idamimon fcn-ow-lecTJge that itihere is y fTOm cijpa or belts rccntaining 30 to
111 1 1 a! 1 J I ijf J. f n J3 t m m a
availing luemseives 01 lue uroau piat
form afforded by their expanded pin
Ions and the soft plumage of the dorsal
feathers, among which they nestle and
hold on with their tiny feet; are car
ried across the North sea in comfort,
and alight in safety on our British soil.
In this way a golden-crested wren
was actually observed to alight from
the back of a short-eared owl on Its ar
rival from Norway" to our shores.
MM a A.
9" ,rm-m m
Marion County Abstract Company
GQAOAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
. s OCALA, FLORIDA
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
' r '
Fat Your Ad. in the STAR if you vant RESULTS
An exhaustive examination by ex
perts from the office of drugs and
poisonous plant investigations, United I)
States department of agriculture, into
the many reports of poisoning by
chestnuts from trees afflicted with the
blight proves conclusively that there
Is no. ground to suspect such chest
nuts. In all the reported cases the
disease was due to something else but
chestnuts or to inordinate eating of
perfectly healthy nuts. Raw chestnuts
are indigestible, and It is well known
that many people have an idiosyncrasy
against them. f
110 foond market (for tmunficipal "bonds, f 250 rounds each.
tin Che atgfoit of ithe (knowledge that The most notable of these machine
the irecen't issue ctf $75,000 sub- snns aotcnmss (Frencn) ana
siooa d'iistrict !bonds, (anidlby theiway viewers ingiisu;, iae xormer una.
itila.willHkai enps containing u cartnegca.
rv,i(A m.o-r.,M wiw,.-, ue rate 01 nre 01 uiese guus i auuui
Ocala), rwas said rtfter a discount -de-1 . .
' I four miTidrpil tn flvfl h mdred finnta
duction ol $1'8 75. 00, commission to 1
ffch'e.lbrokers ifor he ale of the Iboinds, Tnese nes are transported" either
and expenses of issue, they do not on light wheeled mounts or Dacked on
oinderetand how. tihe city can hope to mules or horses. Their prime object
ell ajfc'tpar, anid these were sold prior is to be able to take up a position and
do the Eurooeon war. be able to deliver an overwhelming
rsr FHipmtf f 'ihh thonsfia tri !h nrrt- volume of fire where needed.
ed Ifor am the .27th, your -fellbw citi
zens, twfhb are opposing this Issue. are
not the reactionaries they are paint
ed ; they ff avor civic improvements:
(but rtJhfjy ifanror tbond issues suhimit-
ted tfio the voters m their own iner
V From April until October the hot
season prevails in India, and tha
womenfolk and children of the Eng English
lish English soldiers stationed there are sent
to certain hill stations to escape the
its, and not a bunch suSbmitted to the terrific heat of the plains.
voters for the tpurpose ox tforcing up
on the citizens the alternative of tak-1
ing all or noaei And the recent un unscrambling
scrambling unscrambling act does not relieve the
Xi. iW. XKivial.
Get Salt by Sun Evaporation."
In the Philippine Islands salt is' ex
tracted from sea water by crude proc
esses. The greater part Is obtained
by sun evaporation; a small propor proportion
tion proportion by artificial heat. The Chinese
have introduced slightly improved
methods. About forty million pounds
of crude salt are produced annually.
In the mountain provinces a email
quantity of poor grade salt is produced
by evaporating the water from 'car
bonated springs, but the supply falls
far short of the demand and the qual
ity Is rarely satisfactory.
Topic for Letter Writing.
Who of us, on sitting down to write
a letter, when many, things had been
t i t a. -x t a. t :
iu uiuug-i 10 vvnie, nas not reit a
suuaen aeartn or topics? why not
keep marked envelopes and cards for
regular correspondents? While busy
UnDERTAKERS and -EUBALUEIft
fizz Castels end Darlsl Robes
D. E. McIVER and V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by licensed Em Em--
- Em-- balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McTVER. . .... . . .. .104
C. V. ROBERTS. V
One of the hill stations la Mount
Abu, Ra Jputana,twhlch somewhat re resembles
sembles resembles a sanatorlunvC-Native super superstition
stition superstition has It that the "sanatorium'' Is
built on ; the "horn of a cow' and If
beef were to be brought to the station
their gods would be Insulted and an
earthquake would most surely resulL
These native superstitions are re respected,
spected, respected, of necessity, by the British,
so the inhabitants have, tq content
themselves with mutton:
Even beef extract cannot be bought
in the place, and a steady diet of mut mutton
ton mutton for six months Is the uninterest'
Ing menu confronting the unhappy
dwellers in these far-off -hills.
"uTT 7E rcdized years ao,
- vV vhen ve fct started
, to make Pr2r.cn Rib Rib-bonr,
bonr, Rib-bonr, thit they had to the
best z.Z whatever cc:t.
There was a special rezcbn''
the Remington T&cxritcr.
. We make thct Reminon''
and we 'make the ribbon. Wc ;
ctarted to make the ribbon for
the Remington. .No writing
machine can do better work
than its ribbon5 therefore none,
but the best ribbon h zood,
enoush for ,the Rcminort
So you. see that F:zzcn
Ribbons had to be the
not only for their own ske but
for the machine's sake. This
double incentive has produced
the best ribbon; ribbon
that outsells them clh
. . 47
i Wilbur Snilth Co,
about your housework, you think of $
something you wish to write. Make a k E. C. S5IITH, 3Igr.
note of it on a card and slip It Into Its f
special envelope. Then when you sit
down to write the letter you save time
and thought, and your letters are far
more satisfactory to your friends.
v Fooling the Company.
It takes a genius to put one over cn
a gas company, but a man in Hono Honolulu
lulu Honolulu has managed it. He had a penny-in-the-slot
meter, but, thoagh the
company was aware that he used a
great quantity cf gas, the machine was
always empty when the collector
called. When the company, for its
own protection, offered to pay the
rogue for his secret, he produced an
ice disk of the required size, inserted
it in the slot and let the company im imagine
agine imagine the rest. The staggered in institution
stitution institution decided to open a branch in
Greenland, ? where ; Ice doesn't melt
quite so fastSydney Bulletin.
French Cabinet Changes.
-rne appomment or M. Deicasse as j?
French minister of war makes the fif-
ty-nlnth change, in that post during
tne past .rorty-three years that Is
to say, since the establishment of
of the third republic. As, however,
several statesmen have filled the
post more than once. It has had only
33 different occupants under the re
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 9.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.
How We Get Iodine.
Iodine Is obtained from the
fused ash of dried seaweeds..
weed is burned the saline residue is
dissolved with water and the, solu solution
tion solution thus obtained Is concentrated in
order to precipitate sodium chloride
and potassium sulphate and chloride.
This is effected by a current of chlor chlorine
ine chlorine gas,, which is turned off as soon
as the bromide, begins to be precipi precipitated.
tated. precipitated. The substance thus obtained
Is distilled In earthen retorts and con condensed
densed condensed In cold earthen vessels.
I .1 IV
-Of cdurse there are other
reasons for Paragon Ribbon
leadership. We are the type-"
writer ribhor manufacturers
with the best facilities, and the
most complete knowledge of
the qualities in a ribbon that,
typewriter uicrs rwant and.
how to produce what they
want. But all of these reasons
have followed from the first.
It was Remington leadership
which demanded and produced
But do not think that the
Paragon Ribbon is simply a
Remington sttair. What the
Paragon Ribbon, hat done for
the Remington, it has done,
incidentally, for e.very ether
writing machine. Paragon
Ribbons, of absolutely uniform
quality, are made for all makes
Send fer cur new illuttrcttd boollet,
"Remttio Typewriter Supplies'
.. 220 W. BAY STREET
THE OCAIiA ETENIXG STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1014
LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS
OF JIAHIO.V COUNTY
Dijttrlct Xo. 1.
Adams, IL T.
A Kent, Butler.
Akin. J. U.
Aldrich, Jas. C.
Anderson, C L.
Anderson. It. L.
Ayer. C. 3.
Bailey, John E.
Ballard, R F.
Uarnes, T. B.
Bangs, W. N.
Heck, A. J.
Bell, Joseph H.
Benjamin, J. II.
Bennett, E. C.
Bitting, If. P.
Blalock, Thos. J.
Blackaton, J. It.
Blanchard, W. C
Blalock, L. F.
Black well, Ander
Blalock, L. J.
Honey,- D. M.
Booher, I. O.
lioozer, J. C
Blitch, Geo J.
Booher, H. 1
Borden, B. V.
Braf?av, W. K.
Brig'ance, R. E.
Bricance, A. J.
Bridges. T. E.
Brinson, J. If.
Brooks, J. H.
Brooklyn, E. F.
Crom, G. C.
Crowe 11, Edward.
Cobb, T. A.
Collier, E. J.
Counts, J. IL J.
Chandler, J. A.
Co6k, It. H.
Cook, F. W.
Counts, II. W.
Converse, L. I.
Curran, It. A.
C cm nor, D. R.
Clements, E. W.
Carter, T. C.
Condon, W. W.
Chubb, Chas. W.
Connor, C. E.
Caldwell, F. E.
Caldwell. J. C.
Campbell. J. A.
Carlisle, J. B.
Cappleman, J. B.
Carmlchael, O. A.
Carroll. R. It.
Cam, W. D.
Carlisle, J. B.. Jr.
Carre 11, D. J.
Carter, S. E.
Carney, E. L.
Dame, C. II.
Davis, D. W.
Davis, Geo. W.
Adams, W. F.
Anthony, F. G.
Anthony, E. C.
Anthony, S. I.
Adams, B. I.
Alderman, I. 45.
Alexander, J. W.
Brown, C. II.
Bullock, It. B.
Bullock, Harry B.
Burford, It. A.
Burch, F. B.
Burnett, A. E.
Burgess, Arthur S.
-Bryant, C. C.
Bird, II. K.
Batts, J. G.
Ball let, John.
Blesch, W. F.
Brannon. B. A.
Bridges, Robt. Lee
BHgance, J. E.
Batts, G. W.
Belcher, M. Asa.
Baker. T. W.
Blalock. C. A.
Bray. J. C.
Bowie, B' B.
Baum, B.- B.
Carter, It. R
Chalker, W. P.
Chambers, II. S.
Chambers, Henry C
Chase, J. E.
Chazal, Louis R.
Christian. M. T. W.
Clark, A. S.
Clarkson, II. B.
Clayton, T. C.
Christian. S. H.
Cleveland, C. W.
Cleveland. G. W.
Clyatt, W. W.
Cobb, A. a
Cohn, J. T.
Coleman, W. II.
Cole, Harry O.
Colbert, W. R
Condon, B. F.
Connor Itobert O.
Connor, Robt. O. Sr
Converse, E. E.
Conway, T. E.
Conway, W. -if.
Cordero, O. W.
Curry, .C. C.
Chazal, John P.
Crago, W. J.
Connor. C. E.
Deubell, H. A.
Dawklns, Lelgeon. Duffy, James.
Dean. J. II.
Dekle, J. O.
Dekle, T. L.
Dinkins, W. J.
Dixon,. J. K.
Ditto, F V.
Dodge, W. H.5
"Dobbs, E. E.
Dodson, W. II.
Dodson, M. F.
Dosh, B. N.
Edwards, "V J.
Edwards, J. L.
Edwards, '.John T.
-Fausett, ML A.
Fausett, A. D.
Felder, J. B.
Ferguson, John (
Fin ley, s. J.
Fish el, Leon.
PUrni, H. W.
Fiippin, Chas. t
Fort, A. B.
Fort, D. A.
Fort, C. A.
Fort, J. R.
Dukes. J. W.
Duncan, E. B.
Durand, P. A.
Duval, L. W.
Dunn, J. H.
Dozler, II. C.
Dunlap, N. H.
Dewey, J. R.
Dye, W. B.
Dankwertz, L. J.
Duke, B. F.
Dodge, Jos. W.
Engesser, J." S.
En gel ken, L. II.
Edwards, N. J.
Easteriing, Geo. W.
Gable, L. A.
Gad son, Frank P.
Galloway, John P.
Gandy, J. B.
Gary, W. T
Gates, A. G.
Gates, Frank B.
Gates, Jas. W.
Geiger, A. P.
Gerig, J. J
Gerig-. A E
Gill, Lawrence VJ.
Gilmore, A. P.
Goodwin, D. W.
Goin,- W. A.
Hall, R. S.
Hall, Frank J.
Hall, D.- W.
Hall, W. T.
Hampton, Jas. F.
Hampton, II. M.
Hampton, T. M.
Hampton, R. P.
Hampton, Paul H.
Hardee, C. 11.
Harris, Frank E.
Harris, T. H.
Harriss. W. W.
Havis, H. C.
Hays, J. B.
Hewitt, J. R.
Hill, Nathan A.
Hillman, J. L.
Hinton. J. I
Helveston, E. T.
Hinton, J. W.
Hocker, V. A.
Kodge, J. W. I.
Izlar, A. L.
Jackson, Louis C.
Jacobs, J. .R.
James, A. M.
Jeffcoat, Wm. A.
Jeffords, Wm. C.
Johnson, C. J.
Johnson. Grace G.
Johnson, T. II.
Fort, R. E.
Fraser, Chas. G.
. French, Chas. E.
Fuller, R. D.
Fennell, J. 1.
Ferguson, D. NeiL
EFort, V. D.
Fausler, W. H.
Fuller. W. H.
Fort, T. L.
Folks, Grover, C.
Folks, J. G.
Fraser, S. E.
Fraser. C. Carroll.
Goodyear, W. P.
Gotlieb, Nv I.
Graham, J. M.
Graham. A. A.
Gray, W. E.
Green, L. N.
Green, A. W.
Groves, H. C.
Guynn, J. J.
Gober, W. II.
Goddard, J. M.
Gele, N. C.
Green, E. B.
Gamsby, C. L.
Marshall, W. G.
Martin, E. II.
Mathews, It. D,
Maughs, G. T.
Mitchell. It. 3.
Mobley, E. A.
Mock, W. It.
Alunroe. T. T.
Moore, C. L.
iloore, W. C.
Moore, T. M.
Moore, John T.
Moffatt, C. W.
Moorehead, W. A.
Moorehead, J. R.
Morris, J. A.
Morris, J. A. Jr.
Mose, J5. A.
McAteer. J. S.
Chas. II. Murray,
Mhchens, W. W.
Middleton, rf. M.
Miller, Glover W.
Miller, Chas. V.
Miller, T. J.
Murphy, B. C.
Martin, E. 1-.
Mabry, J. E.
Mario w, A. D.
Maynard, G. G.
Meffert, C. C.
Mershon, Geo. F.
Massey, W. O.
Mitchell, G. W. s
Mershon, -M. L.
Mathews, Frank E
Moore, E. F.
Meffert, F. H.
Martin, G. W. Jr
Morris, C. E.
Mixson, T. G.
Mead, Walter S.
Mclver, D. E.
B.McKenzie, L. B.
Heietord. McLean, W. L.
G. C. McDonald, Andrew
McConothy RichardMcCredie, W.
McConn, W. H. Mcintosh, II. D.
McCorkle, J. iM. McClane, F. E.
McDavid, H. G. 'McQueen, J. W.
McCorkle. Harry M.McDermott, S. J.
McDavid, Dunklin. McCaskill, John.
McDonald, O. XV.
McDonald, A. J.
McDuffy, John D.
Nelson, C. E.
Nelson, J. T.
Nelson, W. J.
Newsome, W. V.
Ogle, I. W.
Olds, John It.
O'Neal. B. L.
Parker, J. L.
Parker, C. G.
Parker, W. O.
Parker, W. P.
Patke, G. H.
Parr, E. L.
: a- h. J. G.
Pedrick, Walter R
Peeples, W. R.
Pender, G. D.
Perry, R. M.
Perkins, W. O.
Perkins, Perry II.
Rackard, Aaron C.
Raysor, L. M.
Raysor, B. E.
Raysor, H. C.
Raysor, J. C.
Norris, B. H.
Nugent, P. H.
Norwood, W. U.
Newsome, W. V.
Nance, John W.
Rhane, C. A.
Rice, J. R.
llirenDurg, J. s.
Robertson, J. D.
Robinson, Geo. K.
Robblnson, J. D.
Robinson, E, E,
Roberts. C. V.
Sage, C. K.
Sandifer, R. A.
"Staggers, P. S.
Sanders, B. H.
Scheank, John Tv
Schafer, Philip H.
Schneider, C. F.
Scott, G. S.
Seymour, B. II.
Shealy, Geo. H.
Sis'trunk, S. T.
Sistrunk. H. C.
Smith, Geo. R.
Smith, Chas. W.
Smith, W. II.
Smith, D. M.
Smith, Ed. C.
Smith, L. C.
Smith, Jas. E.
Smith, W. E.
Smith, J. C
Smoak, J. L.
Osborne, E. M.
Osteen, David II.'
Oiteen, W. IV
-Philips, J. P.
Pittman. J. A.
Polly, E. A.
Ponder, W. M.
Powers, Fred K.
Potter, J. M.
Peek, E. G.
Perdew, B. F.
Pea body, C. R.
Pillians, I,. H.
Pasteur, T. B.
Presley, W. P.
Peebles, II. D.
Pedrick, J. C.
Pedrick, C. D.
Peter, E. H.
Roddenberry, J. R.
Rogers, Wm. C
Roller, J. II.
Robinson, R. K.
Rivers, E. G.
Itawls, Chas. B.
Reynolds, H. A.
. Rogers, R. F.
Robinson, M. E.
Rawls, Hardy, W.
Rooney. J. D.
Roberts. J. H.
Rilea, W. W.
Rivers, R. J.
Roberts, W. W.
Rentz, E. P.
J. 1m Jr.
Hogan, W. J. Jr.
Holliman, R. Q.
Hood, E. Van.
Hood, J. Walter.
Howard, E. M.
Howse, O. B.
Huber, Frank, J.
Hunter, G. A.
Hunter, C. W.
Hunnieutt. M. R.
Hooper, Sterling M
Hinton, Harbin R.
High tower, C.
Harris. F, E.
Hunter, B. J
Ha r ley. T. B
Henderson, H. H.
Hunt, R. L.
Hogan, A. R. :
l ay lor.
Tipton, J. J.
Tison. J. M.
Vaughn, E. L.
vogt, F. E.
Walters, Geo. B.
Walters. H W.
Waterman H. A.
Watson. M. D.
Weathers, B. A.
we the, F. G. B.
Wesley, Samuel G
Wesley, J. M.
Weatherbv. V V.
winaiey, J. E.
Wh-iteside. P. W.
Wiheeler. Wr. V.
Whetstone, II. IT.
White. J; R.
Stokes, H. D.
Strickland. C. B.
Stripling, W W.
Stroman, W. T.
Small, J. D.
Savage. S. S. Jr.
Stapp. E. L.
Strunk, John IL
f.haw, T. M.
Snow, L.. A.
Simmons, Wm. S.
Simmons, C. E.
Smith, P. C
Simpson, C. C.
Swaim, J. G.
Smith, D. S.
Stafford, II. H.
Stephens, Geo. W.
Thompkins, D. VvT.
Thorn pk ins, I. E.
Troxler, T. W.
Tucker, H. W.
Tucker, J. 'A.
.Turner, Frank, B.
Tydings, C. R.
Tlgnor, O. C.
Ten Eyck, Wayne.
Tucker, A. W.
Ten Ecyk, M. A.
Vaughn, W. Wr.
Wood. W. W
h c vVhtteslde. j. j.
David S. Watt, H. F.
Geo. F. Waldron, D. N.
Henry M.Whltely. Wm.
Knight, W. A.
Knight, Sam S.
Konow, W. A.
Luckie, J. M.
Little, W. H.
Lancaster. T. D,
Lowe, N. E.
Long, Louis X.
Lancaster, T. D.
Iancaster. J. T.
Landers, M. C.
Madden. T. T.
larsh, W. II.
Johns, G. R.
Jones, H. C
Jones, J. F.
Jones. R. D.'
Jones, C. O.
Jones, E. W.
Jenkins, J. F.
Jordan, -R.. A.
Jeffcoat, D. T.
Jarvis, H. E.
Jackson, J. C.
Kraybill, E. Wr.
Kreger, C. R.
Kunzie, F W.
Kitcnline, J. G.
Killibrew, T. J.
Kemp, H. H.
Knight, S. A.
Williams. J. D.
Wilson, Gpo. W.
Wilson, W. P.
Wilson, P, T.
Vonge, R. E.
Younge. W. J.
Zewadski, ClarenceZewadski, W. K.
District ZSo. 2, Reddlck
Welch, D. S.
Lang. Louis E.
Lansford. A. M.
La Roach, J. S.
Lattimore, G. W.
Leitner. Chas. J.
Loveridge. R. C.
Lid don, C. A.
Liddon. G. T.
Jr.Llndner. E. G.
Little. M. M.
Livingston. C. M.
Livingston, J. H.
Long, Stephen B.
Lloyd, C. H.
Meffert, X M.
Meadows, H. H.
Meffert, R. B.
Billingsley, H. P.
Brace well. James
Cam, C. M.
Coldon, A. L,
Dans by, B. S.
Denham, G. W. L.
Devore, J. B.
General. John W.
Johnson, R. N.
Lisrht. L. S.
Morrison, S. D.
McAuley. R. W.
McClaiTan, Z. A.
McClarran L. C.
McGehee, S. M.
Patterson. M. 13.
Pulliam. W. F.
Rou. G. D.
Rou, E. D.
Rou. S. F. Jr.
Sherouse. W. IL
Small,. R. W.
Smith, G. E. i
Smith, J. M. Scruggs, W.
Thomas, Ballard. Tinkei, H. G.
Weathers, Sam. Wheeler, Richard
eathers, Thomas.Williams, Wm. Sr.
Wheeler, Richard. Wilson, J. W.
Yon gue. H. G.
Winston, C. E.
Withers. J. B.
Wood, Wm. R.
Wood, W. R.
Woods, W. E.
West. Calvin L.
Weathers. H. M.
Warner, Lester E.
Williams, Geo. K.
Whittlngton. H. B.
.Williams, M. R.
Williams, R. Reche.
D.Wilkes. J. D.
waiters. J. IT
Anderson, A. M.
Anderson, W. II.
Britt, O. P.
Bene field, W. A.
Chitty, M. P.
Childers, R. L.
Dav is. And erson
Evans, A. T.
Edwards, J. Ml.
Fant, D. F.
Gunnells, D. S.
Hamson, J. K.
Hammond, W. A.
Howard, W. A.
Howard, J. C.
King. W. F.
Little, J. E.
Adams, M. F.
Bronson, M. P.
Chitty, R. E E-Curry,
Curry, E-Curry, C. R.
Colden, H. S.
Drummer. J. D.
Drummer, Joy, Jr.
Dantzler, R. E.
Falana, S. C.
Gray, C. II.
Hammond, G. E.
Howard, J. W,
Hall, J. T.
Hall, J. T. Jr.
Hough, J. T.
Harrelson, J. M.-
Mitchell, A. D.
Mullen, J. WY
Moody, A. C.
Xehlson, Geo. C.
Mathews, J. C.
Mathews, J. M.
Mixon, M. J.
Mickens. Grant i
Mixson, c. B.
Mathers, C. M.
Mixson, M. B.
Mathews, E. D.
Mathews, E. D.
Mathews, O. H.
McEwin, J. II.
McDonald. E. A.
Nettles, H. W.
I'asley, J. E.
Smoak, F. E.
Smoak, J. C.
Smith, C. M.
Smith, C. M. Jr.
Mixson, J, K.
Mathews, C. IL
Mims. C. S.
Mixson, J. D.
Mixson, H. W.
Mixson, J. G.
Mixson, C. B. Jr.
Mixson, W. D.
Mixson, J. S.
McGilory, P. T.
McFall. J. S.
Oats, Fra itr.
Philiiis, W. H.,
Smith. V. I
Smith, J. M.
Smith, R. P.
Smoak, E. E.
Smith, E. A. -Siramons,
Greenber-Taylor, T. J.
Tyner, E. S.
Carolina. Tyson, E. T.
Toby Wflliams, Davis.
J. S. Williams, Fleming.
D. T. Williams, Mack E.
J. 'A. Mathews, R. E.
District Xo. 4. Cotton Plant
Atkinson, S. D.
Barco, D. M.
Carter, Jesse L.
Dean, Thos. P.
Hudgens, J. L. B.
Hudgens, J. .M."
Hawkins, C. M.
Hampton, P. H.
Johnson, Ell wood.
Mack, Wm. -Mention,
Mention, A. J. Jr.
Miller, C. Y.
Nob'es J. S.
Parker, J. F.
Parker, J. B.
Parker, J. A.
Ro'jinj-ron. E. W.
Teal, L. R.
Veal, W. E.
Weathers, J. S.
Harroun, Alfred S.
Mills, Geo. W.
Mills, R. D.
Pearce, J. H.
Potts, J. P.
Parker, J.. F. Jr.
Roddenberry, H. R.
Snowden, H. E.
Thomas, T. T.
Veal, C. R.
Williams, J. D.
Woodward, A. W.
District No. 5. Romeo
Bvtler, T. F.
Dean. M. J. W.
Dean, C. R.
Folks. S. J.
Gullfoyle W. II.
Gunter, W. P.
H Iers, L. H.
Markham, A. J.
Markham, R. M
Morgan, T. F.
Markham, Wr. H.
McGehee, J. B.
McDaniel, R. A.
Nettles, J. M.
Dean J. B.
Dean, D. S.
Folks. Wm. J.
Gunter. H. M.
Hutchins. J. T.
Lanier, J. A. 1
Moon, J. D.
la rkh am, A. P.
Moore, NV L.
Markham, O. C.
Nettles, J. C.
Omans, R. J. s
Peterson, Timothy.Starling, J. L.
Sparkman, W. P. Wiggins, J. A.
ins, J. D.
District No. C, Camp Izard
Adams, J. W.
Adams, K. II.
Brooks, J. E.
Brooks, J. B.
Jordan, E. W.
Ross, H. A.
Bras-sell, T. C.
Dorr, G. N.
Sparkman, L. F.
No. 7, Shady
Cromarite, D. S.
Dupree, J. C.
Den man, I. C.
Friday, S L
Gamble, C. N.
Granam, W. D.
Hull, IL G.
Hammond, A. B.
Johnson, O. G..
Lambert, F. W
L. S. Jr.
Mack. L. E.
Milling, W. N.
McQuaig. T. J.
McAuley. R. W. Jr.
McCoy, Thoa. H.
Peck, J. B
Park, F. T.
Robinson, J. M. M.
Thomas, K. B.
Asia, D. -Allen,
Adams, Jno. M.
Barnes, T. J.
Bur ley, 'Allen.
Buhl, Fred. G.
Barnes F. C.
Douglass, H. W.
Foster, J. F.
Glymp, J. p.
Tr1n T T
jGaskin, J. T. E.
Glymp, T. L.
Granger, S. P.
Ha gins, S.
Jackson, Mose Jr.
Ha gins, A.
Heet, H. J.
Harrelson, J. M.
Highby, H. E.
Hector, G. W.
Johnson, T. I.
King, J. G.
Mayo, D. B.
MuUen, Geo. E.
Mace, R. H,
Moody, A. H.
McBride, B. J.
Pittman, Cornelius Proctor, J. D
Smith, S. E.
Pierce, T. M.
Pedrick, H. G.
Sumner, P. H.
Timmons, M. J.
Wall, J. L,
Wall, H. J.
Wrilson, Max E.
Seymour, H. A.
Slaughter, T.:. K.
Tyler, J. S.
Wall, T. C
Priest, J. K,
Perry, L. J., Jr.
Peters, M. A.
Richardson, R. B
Stevens, J. W.'
Shaw, J. D.
Sistrunk, G. H.
Sheerer, C. W.
TaVlor, S. G.
Waldron, W. W.
Worden, W. H.
Zarwarske, Mart'n v
District No. 14 OranQe-Springs
Raines, R. A.
Stevens, W. A.
Stanbrough, O. G.
Smith, F. W.
Turner, G. D.
Thorp, A. G.
Waldrcii, J. B.
Agnew, E. W.
Blair, J. M.
Carney, Jno. L.
Driggers, J. J.
Fort, J. M.
Holden, J. R.
Henry, H. W.;
Lewis, J. T.
Martin, R. U
Morrison, H. C.
Neely, J. M.
Starke, J. M.
Smith, C. J.
Scott, J. A.
Yongue, A. W.
9 -Lake Weir
Brinson, D. B.
Chesire, M. T.
Cralton, R. A.
Hall, J. B.
Jordan, W. F.
Harper, F. B.
Kingsley, G. K."
Kingsley W. E.
Wilder, J. R.
Atkinson, J. W.
Gladney, J. L.
Howard, T. B.
Knoblock, II. N.
Knoblock, J. J.
ICnoblock, V. E.
Townsend, F. M,
Townsend, E. P.
Ward, T. B.
1S Ms rt in
Atkinr;cn, A. V
Dykes, C. P.
Glaclney, E. C.
Geo:se I. B.
Hail, II. T.
Knoblock, J. II.
Knoblock, I. N.
Knobloclv, W. A.
Knoblock, M. P.
Townsend, N. J.
Teuton, W. M.
Wiley, Jos. L.
Blair,. R. M.
Camp, G, E.
, Devaney, Alf. W.
Fort, J. H.
Henry, H. W., Jr.
Sr. Heckema, P. K.
Martin, J; B.
McGahagin, W. E.
Russell, W. R.
Starke, A. H.
Smith, John J.
Sellars, L. W.-
Matchett, W. A.
Matchett, L. I.
Minderman, C. L.
Shelly.Mcdonald, S. Jr.,
Peck, P. W.
Allsopp, W. S. S. Allsopp, K.
Black, W. C. ,Bass, Jas.
Bickley, Wm. H.
gins, W. B.
Cameron, A. W.
J as. M.
Waldron, D. M
-Woods, C. A.
10 Moss Bluff
Brant, Geo. W.
Caldwell, J. B.,
Barber, T. H.
Caldwell, J. B.
Caldwell, O. E. Caldwell, C. W.
Collins, J. C.
Pedrick, F. A.
Pegram, J. H.
Roberts, John, r,
Smith, Sylvester, Sams, James
Sears, F. W. -Wells,
Waldron, D. R.
District No. 15 Linadale.
Dowell W. H. Drawdy, D. I,
Drawdy, E. L.
Gahdy, W.'T. '
Hollinger, Daniel. Hawkins, J. J.
Harans, S. W-."..
McCraney, Florae. McCraney, C..A.
McCraney, C. J. :
Rlgdon, Mitchell. Register, J. T.
istrict No., 16 CItra,
Fort, N. L.
Holly, W. B.
Martin, E. L.
Martin, S. J.
Morrison, M. H.
Morrison, W. J.
Mock, H. B.
Mock, A. B.
McKim, W. M.
Pillans, J. C.
White, W. C.
Hudnell, J. J.'
Holten, J. B.
Martin, J. S.
Martin, H. E.
Morrison, A. M.
Mock, J. M.
Meadows, A. H.
rMarsh, L. D.
F. Stanaland, Jos.
WTaters, G. A.
District No. 11 Grahamville
Cordery, E. O.
Johnson, W. E.
Jacobs, A. B.
Louis, S. E.
Mitchell F. J. vi
Pyles, S. R.
Perkins, J. C.
Smith, Jno. L.
Smiley, Perry J.
. Small, August.
Wise, Jno. A.
Wiggins, I. NT.
Williams, C. W. Jr.
Williams, Geo. W.
Bellamy, R. B.
Dudley, J. E.
Fort, R. C.
Fore, W. H.
Gore, J. E.
Gore, J. B.
Gore, S. J.
Gore, K. K.
Godwin, W. A.
Griggs, J. B.
Hicks, J. A.
Holly, W. C.
Holly, R. H.
Hogan, C. H.
Kinlaw, A. W.
Mills, E. L.
Perkins, I. W.v
Peobles, J. R. ;
Randall, T. W.
Randall, P. T.
Roberts, W. D.
Roberts, W. B.
Richards, E. S.
Sewell, J. W.
Smith, B. F.
Stevens, L P.
Suther, D. A.
Teuten, W. E.
Tillis. M". W.
Wrest, W. C.
Worth. W. D.
No. 8 Summerfield
Blackman, G. C.
Blackman, A. M.
Branch, J. E.
Blair, C. M.
Carter, H. E.
Hampton. Conyer, E. D.
P. W. Clvburn. L.
uavis, 1. Davis, J. W.
Davis, C. P. Dillard, T. W
Degenharf, J. Dickison, W.
Elmore, Crockett. Epkins, Geo.
Fort, N. A.
" Gore, K. E.
Gore, J. A.
Goolsby, G. E.
' Goolsby,- W. J.
Griggs, L. B.
Graham, L. M.
T. Heineman, A. H,
Hickman, B. L.
Holly, F. S.
Holly, B. F.
Hull, B. I.
Long, R. F.
Mason, C. E.
Moorman, W. A.
McDonald, R. J.
Perkins, E. E.
Perkins, H. H.
Randall, J. H.
, Reynolds, J. A.
Roberts, P. A.
Rogers, J. R.
Rogers. C. H.
Sewell, A.: P.
Stevens, J. N.
. : :: t-
ivusiey, j. xr.
Burleson,, E. T.
Crosby, W, J.
Cochran, J. E.
Dunn, H. G.
Douglass, A. J.
Ellis, G. W.
Ellis, -David O.
Griner, J. C.
Hobkirk, J. D.
Harrison, T. F.
Harrison, W. H.
Hewitt, J. W.
Kunzie, V. E.
Little, J. C.
Munry, Jerry Jerry-Malphus,
Malphus, Jerry-Malphus, A. L.
Marsh, A. L.
McAllister, J. J.
Nichols, W. H.
Patterson, A. L.
Payne, J. W.
Redditt, W. A.
Sherouse, T. L.
Simmons, D; F.
Sherouse, D. T.
Timmons, M. J.
Wartman, E. L.
Wartman, H. A.
Wrhite, A. C.
Williams, J. R.
Weaver, H. C.
Arnold, T. I.
Baskin, R. A.
Bishop, F. W.
Boyd, E. C.
Baskin, R. H.
Cahoon, F. P.
Connell, J. R.
Boyt, W.' B.
Burleson, T. R.
Conyers, M. S.
Colbert, J. J.
Douglass, R. C.
Driver, C. W.
Ellis, I. C.
Ellis, A, J.
Franzot, H. B."
Hall, L. H.
Holland, A. H.
Hill, M. H.
Harrison, C. Ji
Kunzie, B. J.
Lewis, J. M.
Legon, D. W.'
Lambert, A. S.
Moore, A. L.
Melton, J. W.
McAllister, J. S
Nease, W. J.
Pace, W. W.
Gary, H. F.
Hector, H. W.
Hall, S. R.
Jcnes, S. D,
Johnson, W. J.
Kelsey, V. P.
Newport, E. F.
Peak, D. D.
Rawls, L N.
Kast, H. H.
Snook, T. B.
Snow, Geo. E.
Sigraon, J. L.
Ward, W. L.
Watennan, C. R.
Williams. C. A.
Badger, Jas. IL
Beard, J. W.
J. M. M.Beverly.
Beverly. M.Beverly. Landi3.
Dovaney, A. W,
Guthery, W. A.
Hall, D. I.
Jackson, II. F.
Josselyn, J. R.
Lytle, E. J.
Rast, C. J.
Stokes, W. II.
Sigmon, John F.
Williams, E D.
Blitch, C. II.
Blitch, F. A.
Coulter, Jk W.
Curry, S. W.
Rice, M; A.
Redditt, J. W.
Raylor, Christo pr.i
H. Styles, John.
Simmons, J. N.
Sherouse, J. E.
i Tanner, W. E.
WTartman, R. K.
WTyckoff, J. S.
Wrest, J. H.
Wilson, W. J.
West, J. K.
Forbes, E. w.
Gamson, P. B.
Goodwin, M. R.
Hammond, V. P.
James, R. H.
Kincade, J. W.
Lanier, J. H.
Limbrough, Ry G.
Curry, Jas. F.
Crumpton, Z. A.
Edwards, J. J.
Ferguson, R. W.
George, J. B.
Goodwin, J. J.
Goodwin, G. C
Jame?, Jno. J.
Kincade, Char. Jr.
. Arnold, Jake."
Beal. C. W
Boone, E. E.
Brown, G. M.
t Barend, W. N. :
Credle, W. C.
Nance, J. L.
Neal, W. C.
Phillips. T. M.
Rawls, W. R
Morton, J. D.
McCully, S. J.
Calvin. McMaaon, Geo.
J. H. McMahon, Wheel'r
Potts, V. B.
IlogerH, T. R.
Rawls, J. M.
Crawford, Handy. Carpenter, W.
Crandell, H.' P.
Tillis, D. K.
Teuton, W. J.
WMlson, L. W.
Wall, W. C.
Yarborousrh. Geo. Yarljorough, Oliv'r
District No. 12- Lake Kerr.
Falana, J. F.
Hastings, W. S. Hicks, J. Y.
Long, Reuben. Long, Calvin.
Long, R. M.
McRae, N. W.
Osmore, J. S.
Ryalls, J. V.
Williamson, W. P. ;
District No. 13 Burbank.
Galloway, B. G.
Grimes. W. S.
Groff, H. C. .
Hough, J. L.
Hough, H. A.
Albritton, A. J.
Allison, W. B.
Boatwright, C. G.
Bowen, Geo. S.
Bernhardt, T. P.
Caffer, F. M.
Dawson, E. B.
Edgarly, J. K.
Faison, D. J.
Grantham, J. S.
Hill, O. E.
Hall, J. E. B.
Harper, A. O.
Hannah, T. M.
Hogan, L. F.
Howell, G. H
Jordan, L. B.
Korch, A. G.
Lisk, P. F.
Morgan, W. A.
Moore, F. W.
Martin, S. H.
McQuaig, M. L.
McManus, C. W.
Priest, L. F.
Albritton, M. G.
Adams, J. H.
Baldwin, J. C. y
Bernhardt, F. 'A.
Blalock, A. L.
Cook W. H.
CDyke, Geo. H.
Fairbanks, B.. B. B.Gray,
Gray, B.Gray, J. H.
Hall, L. J.
Hazard, J. C.
Hogan, R. A.
LeFevre, R. T.
Martin, C. A.
Miller, S. G.
Magin, F. J.
Martin, W. L.
Priest, W. A.
Davis, G; H.
Duckett, J. A.
Ellison, F. W.
Eaton, C. C.
Forbes, E. F.
Gates, J. M.
Gates, C. C.
Griffin, A. R.
Griggs, H. L.
Harvey, J. H.
Hamilton, W. H.
Hallsell, A. B.
Hillman, J. M.
Hooks, J. T.
Holly, E. E.
Irby, J. B.
Irvin, L. E.
Jennings, John :
Jones, T. P.
Jones, M. C.
Lamb, S. P.
Lamb, H. G.
Leitner, B. H.
Leitner, Jas. E.
Meadows, H. H.
Mimms, B. F.
Moore, A. B.
Markham, R. C.
Plummer, N. B.
Priest, W. A.
Priest, J. N.
Priest, E. D.
Russell, R. R.
Souter C. D.
Swindle, D. W.
Sims, M. R.
Swain, E. H.
Talton, J. H.
Tatlon, J. A.
Webb. W. H.
Dyall, R. B.
Ellison, R. A.
Forbes, B. H..
Gates, J. M. Jr.
Gadson, H. G.
Griffin, W. W.
Gamble, C. F.
Hanson, B. S.
Hird, D. C.
Howell, W. YvV
Standley; T. C:
Sherouse, C. E.
Wrilliams, P. W.
Barker, O. C.
Jones, O. G.
Johnson, A. S.
. Keeney, G. K.
Lamb, T. A.
Leitner, T. J.
Leitner, J. E. .,
Leitner, J. P.
Milligan, W. B.
Milligan, W. H.
Meadows, N. W.
Mishler, C. J.
Neal, L. G.'.
Pasteur, G; D.
Priest, C. C.
Rogers, W. T.
Simmons, W. J.
Stewart, H. J.
Swain, R. A.
Sims, E. C.
Talton, H. E.
Thompson, W. W.Turner,
Turner, W.Turner, C. W.
- Wells, W. C.
Wllkerson, R. H.
Brown, F. L.
Cooper, C. S.
Carter, J. D.
Coleman, R. A.
Stevens, C. C.
Sherouse,. J. E.
Ashworth, J. IL'
Brown, S. L,
Bryant, W. R.
Brown, E. N.
Cowles, W W.
Dudley, M, A.
Farnell, H. C.
Freer, B. F.
Fielding, Wr. N.
Freer, E. II.
Freeman, J. A.
Fletcher, C. E,
Gale. O. M.
Gaskins, Thomas. 'Goodwin, Glib
Hayse, A. H.
Hopkins, L. L.
Hunter, J. C.
Wrebber, F. W.
Young, C. R.
Kiipatrick, R. F.
Liddell, J. SI.
Llddell, P. H.
Lyles, J. D.
Little, C. H.
Murrell, G, E.
Nelson, J. J.
Nix, I. W.
Nichols, R. H.
Nelson, J. W.
Pelot, J. E.
Pratt, V. D. P.
Green. W. R.
Hardlson, J. F.
Haines, J. F.
Jame3, W. M". -Jenkins,
Jenkins, Arch, Jr.
Kiner, L. Iw.'. .
LIghtsey, T II.
Lucius, J. A. A.Lucius,
Lucius, A.Lucius, Vm.
Lyles, Vv J.
Mathews, R. D D-Middleton,
Middleton, D-Middleton, J R
Nix, N. R
Nott, A. L.
Proctor, G. J.
Rltter, Vvr. F.
THE OCALA EVENING HTMU MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1914
Sias, O. B.
Thomas, S. G.
Whisenant, J. L,
Weaver, H. W.
Stroblo, D. E.
Stanley, LX C.
Sumner, It. L.
Trem-ire, Chas. A.
Waddsli, W. II.
Whisnant, I. C. E.
Williams, H. P.
Williams, E. W.
. Williams, S.
id.Whiteman, T.' D.
Turner, J. J. Tullis, C. G. J.
Turinpseed, E. A. Taylor, Perry.
Theios, N. J.
Waters, W. J.
Waters, C. W.
Williams, H. C.
Zimmerman, T. J.
Vurbachle, R. H.
Watkin:;, D. G.
White, W. D.
Williams, J. S.
William?, J. H.
District No. 25 Candler.
District No. 22 Mcintosh
Burry, D. H.
Bateman, C H.
Brown, W. R.
Bateman, J. H.
Brabham, W. B.
Beck, C. L.
Christian, J. KL
Cameron, J. A.
Dickson, H. L.
Deadmau, W. R.
Dupuis, J. W.
Flewellin, J. A.
Faunbacli, J. M.
Farran, C. F.
Gaitsklll, S. H.
Granger, W. F.
Gist, Jas. E.
Gist, J. F.
Hickson, L. T.
Haverd, J. B.
Haechett, B. P.
Irvine, D. IL
Jordan, C. J.
Keen. B. B.
Lumpkin, Squire. London, W. L.
Leggins, Sam. Latimer, Geo.
Burry, J. B.
Barlow, B. L.
Bateman, C. E.
Bateman, M. G.
Boyer, I. D.
Beck, J. J.
Beck, A- J.
Cork, C. E.
Cameror., J. F.
Christian, W. E.
Davis, W. A.
Dupuis, A. B.
Flewellm, G. A.
Flewellin, R. E.
Faunbach, J. A.
Gist, W. M.
Green, W. A.
Hamilton, C. W.
Hull, Wm. T.
Hamilton, C. G.
Jackson, A. J.
Miller, W. L.
lurnell, J. A.
McRae, A. L.
Martin, R. M.
McCarley, J. A.
McFadden, W. S.
Nors worthy. W. G.Neal, John S.
Mattell, J. A. Norsworthy, W.
Neal, J. B.
Price, J. D. Pettys, D. H.
Price, A. L. Preston, L. P.
Quattlebaum, J. C.
Reed, J. H. Rackett, Andrew.
Richardson, R. K. Rush, E. W.
Richardson, J i.Ross, Austin.
Robinson, S. B. Rush, S. P.
Rush, O. C.
" Schlater, P. P. M.Simpson, Aaron.
Singleton, Allen. Snodey, W. H.
Smith, J. C. Sawyer, Philip.
Sanders, W. C.
Thomas, J. S. Thomas, H." J.
Tumipseed, J. O. Thomas, P.
Turnipseed, J. C. Thomas, Ned.
Turner, E. J.
Waits, C. C. William&on, F. MY
Wylie, C. P. WTalkup, S. H.
Wylie, D. P. 4 WTall, Henry.
Woodard, Walker. Woodard, Preston.
Walkup, A. C. Watters, W. T.
Walkup, -T. B.
District No. 23 Pedro.
Conneil, T. C.
Dennison, Joe G. Dias, J. B.
Gibson, H. J.
Kessler, J. M.
Leners, R. L.
l,inderman, J. W,
Matlock, J. W.
Perry, R. G.
Perry J- C.
Perry, H S.
Proctor, M. M.
Proctor, T. J.
Proctor, A. D.
Grammis, A. B.
Kessler, G. J.
Lavell, S. G.
Perry, W. E.
Perry, Chas. H.
Proctor, W. H.
Pruitt, E. R.
Proctor, M. L.
Swearingsn, W. H.Swearingen, J. E.
Swearingen, G. N.Snoden, L. H.
Thompson, W. A.
West, T. C.
District No. 24 Dunnellon.
Aikin, W. L. Armstrong, John.
Atkinson, M. R. Anderson. E. L.
Baskin, J. G. Barksdale, J. M.
Barganier, J. E. Benson, B, J.
Beall, E. F
Black, R. C.
BIgelow, A. G.'
Boswell, N. H.
Bryce W. P.,
Bronson, E. A.
Bridges, Geo. P
Brace, J. B.
Bellah, J. C.
Cocowitch, J. F
Davis, G. S.
Dean, J. W.
Dorr, G. H.
Edwards, "W. D.
Edison, J. A.
Goodwin, J. B.
Guess, F. H.
Hood, L. W.
Hood, C. E.
Hunt, J. B.
Hayes, C L.
Inglis, Allick W. Inglis, John L.
Jacobs, Will. Jerreii, t. m.
Dean, C. L.
Duckett, J. H.
Edwards, Wm. D.
Goodwin, J. E.
Hemphill, F. E.
Hood, O. P.
Hoffman, W. H.
Harp, O. J.
Johnson, W. H.
Johns, F. W.
Kibler, D. B.
Knight, W. N.
Koon, J. H.
King, Wr. W.
Lassiter, C. G.
Lightsey, G. W.
Lowry, C. P.
Metcalf, J. W.
Mixon, W. J.
Miller, C. B.
Mott, J. H.
Miller, C. E.
Niblack, S. M.
Niblack, C. E.
Ohmacht, J. M.
Osteen, J. T.
Osborne, C. E.
Patterson, J. M.
Parkham, J. R.
Johns, J. W.
Keister, H. R.
Kibler, L. M.
Knight, L. H.
Kemp, T. J.
Leitner, C. G.
Lindsey, R. E.
Lombard, Earl E.
Metcalf, C. E.
Mixon, T. H.
Mann, J. A:
Mizelle, C. K.
McCreddie, F. W.
Neville, G. W.
North, T. K.
Ogle, D. J.
Payne, T. R.
Pedrick, John S. Power, A. M.
Parham, J. R. 'Prater, J. W.
Perry, J. H. Petteway, S. W.
Ray, E. L. Reich, M. A.
Rush, C. W
Sanders, Robert H.Smith, E. F.
Smith, J. Wr. v Strange, T. N.
Sparkman, E. V. Starling, R. W.
Sherman, G. W.
Thalgot, H. Thomas, S. M. G.
Titcomb, F. J. Turnipseed, M: D:
Adams, J. E.
Baxter, H. W.
Caldwell, J. E.
Caldwell, B. B.
Delong, W. H.
Driver, F. E.
Fort, P. A.
HIghtower, J. O.
Marshall, J. N.
Marshall, E. C.
McKinley, E. G.
Morton, jF. A.
Quick', C. W.
Richie, G. G.
Savage, C. A.
Snell, A. J.
Snell, B. B.
Tillis, C. W.
WTorich, J. F.
Caldwell. N. C.
Delong, I. N.
Mathews, J. H.
McGehee, G. JX
Savage, David R.
Snell, O. S.
Snell, F. C.
District No. 26 Sparc
Bagley, W. P.
Burton, S. P.
Bowers, S. B.
Caldwell, W. W.
Civils. S. H.
Duckett, G. L.
Emlnsor, W. D.
Gary, C. M. D.
Galbreath, Sloan. 8
Grantham, D. L.
Galbreath, J. B.
Grantham, J. W7
Harvey, J. S.
Hall, L. B.
Johnson, L. A.
Johnson, J. W.
Johnson, J. J.
Kenedy, I. C.
Luffman, J. V7.
Luffman, W. O.
Luffman, E. W.
Malloy, J. B.
Madden, M. F.
Perry, Albert L.
Souter, S. D.
Smith, J. M.
Smith, W. G.
Strickland, J. A.
Taylor, B. J.
Thomas, J. E,
Taylor, A. L.
Well, R. W.
Younge, L. G.
Burton, 'Jcthn H.
Boyles, Gv D.
Bagley, N. T
Carlton, Geo. L.
Colbert, J. W.
Clemmons, H. R.
Clemmons, H. L.
.Carlton, John F.
Eminiser, Jr W. D.
Grantham, B. A.
Grantham, H. D.
Gary, Jolm G.
Grantham, J. L.
Howell, J. H.
Howell, D. H.
Hooker, D. W.
Hall, W. J.
James, E. L.
Jacobs, L. J.
Lawton, Jack L.
Lake, J. R.
Meadows, J. F.
Perry, A. F.
Richards, John D.
Smith, J. W.
Stephens, A. J.
S trickland, J. M.
Strickland, M. J.
Taylor, C. A.
Taylor, J. I.
District No. 27 Eureka.
Akin, S. G.
Browning, A. M.
Brinson, J. N.
Brinson, R. L.
Dudley, F. B.
Fiddle, J. L.
Harris, W. H.
Hogan, John R.
Hinson, J. M.
Jones, D. A.
Mathews, H. D.
McQualg, J. N.
Prevatt, S. F.
Strickland, A. C.
Wells, j. Wr.
Brinson, J. J.
Baldwin, A. D.
Brinson, D. E.
Harp, F. M.
Marsh, J. B.
McQuaig, W. A.
Parramore, G. B.
Squires, A. E.
Wilson, A. W.
Wells, T. N. 'Jr.,
District No.-23 Levon.
Barnett, T. W.
Freer, W. R,
Hicks, J. O.
Lolley, J. W.
Miller, W. L.
Martin, B. E.
Perry, C. M.
Augus, A. H.
Burchell, T. W.
Cooper, W. M.
Creider, E. W.
Dankewertz, L. J.
Frink, W. J.
Hicks, T. G.
Kelly, W. A.
Lawrence, J. A.
Martin, C. H.
Norris, W. L.
Oliver, C. A.
Perry, H. P.
Perry, W. T.
Redding, Burrell. -Redding Asia.
Remington, J. M.
Scroggie, William Scroggie, J. A.
Shaw, Davis. Shaw, Dan.
Scroggie, Henry. Shaw, H. R.
Smith, H. F. Sassie, S. C.
Taylor, Joseph. Thorn, James.
Thomas, J. N.
WTright, W. J. Weidner, John.
District No. 29 Kendrick.
Anderson, Robert.Aldridge, Anderson
Baxter, H. B.
Bent, W. Z.
Chappie, W. V.
Brooks, S. B.
Boulware, W. H.
Chappie, Charley. Cumming, Geo.
Davis. Cupid uavis, Eugene
Davis, W. F.
Finley, W. A: t
Finley, A. P.
Guthery J. J.
Grfnter, W. P.
Hill, John. -Hodge.
Davis, M. G.
Early, B. F. W.
Finley, E. D.
Gardener, J. W.
Johnston. Wralter. James, C. R.
Johnston, B. E. James, A. v.
Jackson, David. Jones, Sam.
Johnson, Tony. James, Benj.
Johson, Jonnie. Jackson, D. Jr.,
Kendrick, Geo. Kustler, Chas.
Kustler, Jr., JamesKustler, Sr., James
Lever, W. J. Loos, Peter.
Livingston, W. B.Lyles, E. F.
Muriel, Danis, Mathews, T. S.
Moore, Nathinel. McLeod, E. C.
McCullough, H. McGehee, W. J.
Xix, Chas. E.
Olin, O. G.
Phillips, M. E.
Ray, C. F.
Ray, J. A.
Ray, A. G.
Raines, J. C.
Smith, H. B.
Syms, Thos. C.
Spencer, J. E.
Shaw, C. H. H.Scott,
Scott, H.Scott, Sam.
Olin, A. A.
Pickett, A. S.
Ray, J. B.
Rawls, D. C.
Ray, A. J.
Turnipseed, J. E. Taylor, James B.
Turner, C. S. Turner, E.
Tucker, Chas. Taylor, Walter.
Terrell, Stephen. -Ward,
McD. Wright, Thomas.
Washington, Geo. Webb, B. C.
Washington, J. Williams, Taylor.
Wright, E. I. Washington, S. W.
Ward, Jr., McD. Waters, H. C.
District No. 30 Marte!.
Adams, John H.
Bates, J. H.
Beck, J. Lw
Barnett, H. M.
Carter, J. A.
Clark, A. C.
Edwards, Alfred B.
Frink, M. P.
Guffey, E. B.
Haycraft, C D. P.
Hicks, J. A.
Luke, G. W.
Merry weather, J.
Miller, J. L.
Mobley, John J.
Neal, S. A.
Prisoc, A. L.
Reddick, G. R.
Adams, James A.
Beck, J. D.
Brown, B. W.
Carter, T, E.
Clark, J. H.
Cave, H. M.
Dillard, L. F.
Freymouth, B. I.
Holland, W. B.
Holland, J. J.
Hall, W. L. 1
Long, Henry W.
Lake, B; G.
Mention, Oliver J
Robinson, Klnse. Roe, W. R.
Robinson, Rias. Robinson, John W.
Ray, W. C.
Seckinger, V. M.
Seckinger, W. J.
Smith, D. L.
Staggers, H. W.
Register, B. B.
Seckinger, H. L.
Seckinger, J. H.
Steele, L. T.
Sullivan, J. M.
Trunbull, P. T.
Veal, W. R. O.
Walker, Herbert. Wallace, A. S. J.
Walker, D. A.
Wilson, Z. R.
Wreathers, W. V.
Williams, Hacklow Williams, W. Z.
Walker,- C. R. Williams, A. B.
Williams, Jake. Williams, Z.
District No. 3 1 Fairfield. .
Best, L. W.
Brown, Perry B.
Burris, R. R.
Carter, J. ,H.
Crouch, R. T.
Chambers, B. R.
Davis, J. L.
Rodd, L. C.
Dupuis, F. S.
Edwards, L. K.
Gatrell, Henry W.
Gibson, W. G.
Gwynn, W. P.
Hiers, S. T.
Jennings, B. S.
Jones, J. A.
Kinard, D. M.
Leverett, W. H.
Mathews, D. B.
Markham, J. W W-Montgomery,
Montgomery, W-Montgomery, B. M.
Mathews, A. M.
McAllister, C. H.
Nance, J. T.
Payne, M. L.
Smoak, J. W.
Sams, W. S.
Sherouse, T. J.
Smith, T. L.
Stephens, D. E.
WTilliams, C. B.
Younge, Wr. E.
Younge, R, C.
Younge, A. W.
Younge, A. G.
Best, W. W.
Cherry, C. H.
Cherry, J. F.
Dodd, E. S.
Gallius, Bel ton.
Godwin, W. L.
Gunter, W. P.
Gunter, HI M.
Hicks, J. p.
Jernigan, H. J.
Moseley, J. M.
McLaughlin, A. J.
Payne, D. B.
Smoak, J. P.
Scott, R. H.
Smoak, J. D.
Sparkman, H. C.
Slyke, O. S.
Stokes, W. T.
Thlgpen, C. L.
Younge, W. A.
Younge, J. B.
District No. 32 Geiger.
Bruton, J. F.
Britt, F. A.
Bishop, J. O.
Calvin, H. L.
Dreher, Wr. R.
Dupuis, J. W.
Geiger, S. P.
Gladney, J. L.
Harrell, H. H.
Harrell, J. B.
Hunter, R. B.
Jones, C. F.
Leitner, B. F.
Leitner, G. W.
Messer, W. O.
Neil, E. F.
Colden, H. E.
Calvin, Chas. C.
Carlton, J. A.
Dreher, F. H. v
Ellis, R. T.
Floyd, W E.
Floyd, W. F.
Galdney, J. H.
Geiger, Luther D
Hunter, R. M. M.Harrison,
Harrison, M.Harrison, Joe.
Haines, G. L.
Leitner, J. J.
Lazier, J. T.
McCullough, J. G.
Phillips, W. H.
Rhodes, C. S.
Simmons, B. J.
Smith, Retis B.
Pardee, W. H.
Rhodes, Chas. M. Reeves, L.
Reeves, T. J.
Robbins, C. L.
Simmons, O. C.
Smith, L. M.
Whittington, J. 1. Williams, Geo.
Whittington, R. R. Whittington, W. T.
White, Jesse. Willie, E. P.
Witie, C P. Washington, G. W.
Whittington, G. H.Wyche, A. J.
Zetrourer, D. R. Zetrourer, J. C.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
list represents the qualified voters of
Marion county is true and correct to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration, Marion
BOOKS ARE OPEN
The cjjty registration book 3 are
open and, those U'ho wish to vote in
the coming bond etecttns had best
go t( the city lerks office at the
citj hall and see that they are prop properly
erly properly registered. Poll taxes are. paid
in the county tax collector's office at
the court house, but the fact that you
are correctly registered in the county
books will not entitle you to vote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books.
WOULD YOU BEMEVE IT
People often accept statements wit
People often ficcept statements
with a sort of mental Teservatiort as
much as to say, "f am not convinc convinced
ed convinced wnich leads us to reonark rt:hat
there is nothing that wfll so (thor (thoroughly
oughly (thoroughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain's Cough "Remedy as
a -personal trial. Mrs. John 'FisTrtou,
Peru, Ind., who used this remedy in
her : family for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamiber Chamiber-lain's
lain's Chamiber-lain's Cougn (Remedy to my Shil4ren
when sick with coughs or colds. I
like it "better than any other Decause
tney take it.willinuly and it is t;ree
from narcotics It ihas never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
FUy-Kllled DacteHa. w
A method for steHllzins milk with
out heating or adding preservatives is
claimed to have been effectively dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated recently In Hollard. An ap apparatus
paratus apparatus has "been constructed it is
explained, whereby the milk Aowb in
if thin stream along an electric light,
the ; ultra-violet beams working on the
bacteria.' The result is attributed to
the quality of the czone formed under
the influence of the light.- The Argonaut.'
CLERKS OF ELECTION
.The following qualified voters
have (been appointed as inspectors
and clerks for thi3 general election
to 'be held Nov. 3rd, 1914, to-wlt:
Precinct No. 1. Bo No.' l.H. C.
Jons, clerk; U F. Ballard, C. M.' lUiv-
m&aion ii. wneistone.
Box No. 2. Baxter Carn, G. C. Crora,
clerk; James A. LutJman, Bert C. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Precinct No. 2. J. C. Tupreer -I S.
LIgrht, J. Q. Meadows, E. D. Rou, clerk.
Precinct No. 3. Charles H. Gray.. C.
M. Mathews, Jesse A. Weisner, Wilbur
F. King-, clerk.
Precinct No. 4. Jesse G. Carter,
James H. Pearce, Tifios P. Dean, Henry
H. Roddenberry, clerk.
Precinct No. 5. T. P. Butler, J. B.
McGehee, Sr., W. H. Guilfoyle, B. A.
Precinct No. 6. IV. G. Brooks, P. T.
McGilvary. T. D. rillls, F. H. Miller,
Precinct No. 7. S. R. Pyles, clerk;
W. H. Little, A. R. Douglas, F. G. Buhl.
Precinct No. 8. J. E. Branch, A. D.
Mitchell, J. D. Proctor, clerk; A T.
Precinct No. 9. J. T. Lewis, clurk,
L. TV. Sellers. W. H. Henry, Sr., Puter
Precinct No. 10. E. L. Martin, A. W.
Fort, J. M. Mock, G. A. Waters, clerk.
Preolnct No. 11. R. C. Fort, O. H.
Rogers, T. 'W. Randall, B. L. Hickman,
Precinct No. 12.- W. P. William son,
J. V. Ryals, J. Y. Hicks, W. S. Has Hastings,
tings, Hastings, clerk.
Precinct No. 13. R. Clapper, Jr.,
W. S. Priest, A. J. Albritton, J. W. Stev Stev-jens,
jens, Stev-jens, clerk.
Precinct No. 14. J. B. Hall, F. H.
Pedrick, W. H. Pegram, W. F. Jordan,
Precinct No. 15. C. J. McCranle,
Claud A. McCrai ey, Earl F. Drawdy,
Mitchell Rig-don, clerk.
Precinct No. 16. T. F. Harrison, A.
C. White, S. Ramey, R. K. Wartma.nn.
Precinct No. 17. C. C. Priest, Jr., W.
W. Griffin, E. H. Swain, Walter C.
Precimct No. 18. John W. Atkinson,
L. Raysor, Jr., John M. MarUn, Jr.,
Neal J. Townsend, clerk.
Precinct No. 19. W. Allsopp, "V. P.
Kelsey, J. M. Douglas, clerk; Daniel D.
Precinct No. 20. Joseph Akin, J. B.'
George, John W. Coulter, Mabe Phil Phil-liSf
liSf Phil-liSf "Cleric.
Precinct No. 21. L. L. Hopkins,
clerk; J. E. Pelot, J. A. Freeman, O. M.
Precinct No. 22. E. W. Rush, John
P. Havird, J. H. Bateman, L. T. Hick Hick-son,
son, Hick-son, clerk.
Precinct No. 22. George Lovell,
clerk; R. J. Perry, M. M. Proctor, J. W.
Precinct No. 24. George Ohnma3ht,
W. J. Mixson, Ossie Cason, Geo. G.
'Precinct No. 23. :A. Belcher, George
Richey, A. McClain, John A. Mathews,
Precinct No. 26. J. W. Colbert, J. F.
Carlton, E. W.. Luffman, A. J. Stephens,
Precinct No. 27. J. N. Brinson, L B.
Marsh, Sidney H. Dent, F. M. Harp,
Precinct No. 28. F. W. Barnett,
clerk; W. A. Kelley, L. J. Dankwertz,
C. E. Lucius.
Precinct No. 29. Peter Loos, W. V.
Chappell, E. C. McLeod, J. E. Turnip Turnip-sti
sti Turnip-sti clerk.
Precinct No. 30. H. M Barnett, Ed.
T. Carter, Charles P. Haycraft, clerk;
Henry W. Long.
Precinct No, 31. M. LV Payne, John
H. Carter, B. R. Chambers, C. J. Chit Chit-cleric
cleric Chit-cleric Precinct No. 32. Edward S. Kennard,
Alex J. Wyche, Geo. H. Whittington,
W. It. Dreher, clerk.
:P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, aiarion County.
Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans. Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast, Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
' OOALA, FliOIlIDA
who owns the dwelling -the business iropert7---thiit etasdj
in your name? ?
ot course you think that you do; but ere you right?
tho question is worth considering, it involves tho origin cr3
the development of indlvldcal ownership itn land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned cny definite psrt
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too. p!er.ti p!er.ti-ful
ful p!er.ti-ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any partlou
lar-spot. ;r ; -:-
' '. '
Corida tiUe and abstract corporatlcs
AVb. c. auuuu vuancs, irre xev. r aw.ier ivaaici, lirccxor. r o
ICE CREAI, all that the name
Limplies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of Can lAntonio P
$ Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1C39 l
CLASSICAL AMD COfXIERGIAL GOOfiSGS
S225 FOR TEW SCHOOL MOUTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TEIiEPHONE, EXPHEC3 and
9 A. C. Ii. TICKET OFFICH AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 19K- S
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Cfcotoe seHeeSafl, par to
"OURS are BETTER"
. We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
E1 k (012? Zo I
Crystal River, Fla.
Tfae Mancnenienr of BO. McCLAWE
Medical; Surolcal, nydropalblc
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
ILarger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33 w
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1914
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
r j v. 7
K. of P. meets tonight.
very latest novels
DEXNISOX'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S 'CAN--DIES
at K REG ER'S. 10-5
Come in and see the -work the
tie Brownie will do., Gerig's
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
Everything in the
kodak line, at
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer, for the government.
Phone 14 to have your, prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14Js -Sitting &
nee? stationery, go to
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
Max. MIn. R. F.
Oct. i... ..81 67 i.sg;
Oct. 2. ....... S2 69
Oct. 3 .82 67 .41
Oct. 4. .4. .... .S3 66 .38
Oct. 5. .... .84 67
Oct. 6. . ... .84 68 .45
Oct. 7 .83 68
Oct. 8. . .83 68
Oct. 9. ... . 82 J 65
Oct. 10. '.82 64
Oct. 11. . '.84 65
Oct. 12 .1 ;83 61
Oct. 13. . .83 61
Oct. 14 ... .82 65
Oct. 15 . .88 66 .33
Oct. 16. 75 55
Oct. 17 .17 76 6S
Oct. IS. 18 78 62
Oct. 19 79 56
j Forecast for this Evening and
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions' and sell the
Florida Grower on ;-. Saturdays.
Write The Florida' Grower. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 10-5-12t
Four large rooms,
fireplace in each, rent reasonable,
good location, Close in. 25 Jef
ferson St- east. One house from
FOR RENT A ten room house, fur
nished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf ; ;
4A five passenger auto-
good condition ; cheap
Apply at the Star, of-
LOST Between, Ocala and Lake
'to this so nice
Weir, -lay3 A short
Finder 'return same
and receive reward.
Have you paid your LICENSE TAX ?
If not you are liable to arrest and fine.
Any firm or pierson
Dusmess m me
must pay an occupational lisence, it
The be3t ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish frcin the water at KREGER'S. tf
B. B. Baum of the iDmpire Cafe,
is hom-9 f ram a tweCl disserved "vaca "vacation
tion "vacation 0 !the .wet coast.
Burt Oats. Ocala
Ke.-p a 'picture recortl or the child children.
ren. children. A Little -Brownie -will doIt
Jtfdsre 'W 9. BulkKjk wat to
JBushiwfll yesterday, presiie.over
the Sumter county court, lie iwlll
tog to TBa-Yares WVdnessday, itoV finish
fthe Uaie county civil clocket.
and D. -S. Williams, secretary, of vthe
Drarionjumter Fair IVssociatlon,
nvent to Bushnell this morning, to fit-
ftend the aneeting there o! the ipeX3;
nle of Sumter t:o take measure 3 td
(promote (the fair. They took, ia lot of
the !big fair posters, printed foy the
Star, and will -put ithem up nvbere
they will do most good.
Lieutenant H. C. Campbell and
Messrs. 'Wood, Marsh Bostick, Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh and tho 'two Purvis boy3,
cmemibers of ithe Ocala Rifles, return
ed iFriday and Satoirday (from the
state encampment grounds near
Jacksonville, 1 where they were in
camp with the rrifle teams frdm all
sections or tne outn. ri:ney ootam-
d imuch. instruction and are full cf
enthusiasm over their work. If the
nation (had a anillion off 'as well-train-
ed young men as 'this (bunch of Ocala
it .would, ih'ave no reason to fear any j
(the Fabrida Odd' Fellows, -had a
pleansant surprise last fweek in the
receipt of a bagfull oC oliestnaits
picked aip on sqtme noritih' Georgia
mountain side- Thy wiere sent by
W. tBf. Sloan, ofi -CjaincsTillle, Ga.,
grand master of O. O. F. of
.that state. rMr.KSap and Olr. Little
iwere boys together in. Xorth Georgia,
a itihird of a centurjl ago. Ono Is
now a successiful lavyer In Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and tne other an enterprising
merchant in Ocala. oth became
Odd .Fellows in early (manhood, and
ia few months ago tbey met at the
top ofj&hjejadder of the order in hi
stateT Bv virtue of being tboth an
Odd (Fellow and an ex-Georgian, the
editor of the Star was given "some of
the chestnuts, and b.as been; enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying them as a pleasant .variety from
those he finds in his exchanges.
FOR RENT After Oct. 20, the coi coi-tage
tage coi-tage beldnging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; ibroad Terandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
FOR!REXT---iLower nat ror rent on
Oklawaha avenue. All tmodern;
convenience. Apply iMrs. B. T.
tBlackburn Aza UK lawa&a a ve-
in-9 3 .1 9f
FOR IRECvT TTwo ifumls'hed rooms
1 tfor ligM thousekeepin'g; first
I floor, electric lignts and gas. Ap-
t)ly 213 Okla-walia ave. 10-2 4-6 1
WANTED Position (by -saber ind-us-
f trious man. (Must lhare work. Ad-
have costs to
the amount 01
H. jSinrmertln, care Star.
OPEN VAX AND NIGin?
f Merchant's pafe, A. C. L. depot
Ajrner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour.- Adv.
W. E. SMITH,
ICE CREAM, all that
implies, at KREGER'S.
New Crop Florlca
Seed Rye. Ocala
Conduoter Casbn of the Ocala and
fHomossassa run thinks that the .Ger .Germans
mans .Germans arcnfident of putting an end
to the war.Tjhe bis cedar, tmills at
Ifomosassa jbtongs to ai German
firm and it was ordered lasteek t
pmrgp fyj"frk this' mornlTX2iS iPerhaps
Che Germans (think a lot Of -pencils
nvill soon ibe needed in Europe for
fthe stenographers rft-'ho (will take
report of the peace conferences.
We are selling Stock ind Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or oOcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla., Expert woric
gruaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Latrner
W. TV. Kimball Co., Ocala.
OCALA MAN SUFFERED
J)r. W. K. Iiane Specialist,
ar, Xose and Throat. Office
ibrary Building, Ocala. -Adv.
So nth Watula Street Man had a
Mr. Ashley. In gratitude for bene
fit received from Joan's Kidney
Pills, gladly recommends them fand
says tnat ne iouna xnem, 10 oe just
as represented. This is an expres
sion of praise from an Ocala man
for Ocala people. The facts can
Now is the time to plant Rye for easily be investigated. "(Read the fol-
pasture. Ocala iSeed Store. 10-1-tf lowing signed endorsement:
Sheet Metal Works, Ocala, says: "I
used. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured
at Cerig's'Drug Store,- and found
Common Origin of Language, i
All the subtleties of language, sound sounding
ing sounding poetry t. ud melodic; phrase com
from the stimulus Imparted to a tast tast-,
, tast-, ing tongue muscle by the necessity
in a far-gone age of ; utilizing bur
mouths to full capacity in enjoying
what we were eating and in making
noises while we did it..
Mr. iMorrls Osbbrn spent Sunday
with his parens s in this city and re
turned to his iwork at Crystal (River
Dr. J. O. Boozer, who .was quite ill
all of last week, iwas able to (be out
and greet his numerous 'friends to-
Once upon a time people wanted
state-wide prohibition of coffee. In
his book, "London in English ; Litenv
ture," Mr. Percy H. Boynton says of
the old coffee houses: "As the num number
ber number of them increased, broadsides ap appeared
peared appeared against them. One was entitled,
The Woman's Petition Against Cof-
Ashley, prop., of the Ashley tcv ttUU .U wn UAAC u,"i'
ing encouragea laiing ana laisativ w
ness, and led men to trifle away their
Ume, scald their chops and spend
their money, all for a little base, black,
them to be just as represented. They thick, nasty, bitter, nauseous puddle
water!" Atlanta Constitution,
1 Yi i
iC 1 1 1 J
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Let the children kodak. iA little
Brownie is just the'thing tor them.
soon reiievea me oi
disordered kidneys. I
think if taken
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IMr. WllMam J. Lees, ichielf of the
Central Falls, R. I., fire .department,
arrivekl in' town vesterdav. nrnTHn-y
for an.ald friend of his, Mr. John
?A. IMitdhell, of Providence, R. I.,
who came here albout tw-o years ago.
Qlr. (Mitchell (had (bought a (place
from Mr. (Fausefct out on the fBHtch fBHtch-ton
ton fBHtch-ton Toad aihout fonr miles. Mr. "Lees
obtained ani introdirctioni to IFire
Chief Chambers who dn a very short
itvmt mint him
as directed; Doan's Kidney Pills, will c Pn?,filTfllI
cure most any ordinary case of kid- UJ
cure most any ordinary
nftv -oomnlaint and I don't : hesitate
giving my name praising them.
Price 5 Oc. at all dealers. 'Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney lulls tne same
that Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn
Co.. nrons.L Buffalo. N. Y. Adv 10.
- r r r
Knowledge and Age.
At twenty we know, at thirty v?e
think we know, and at forty we give
Worlis With a Definite Per-
pose and Is a Known
The congregation of St. Phillip's
ohurdh had the privilege of attend attending
ing attending services led- hy Rev. FatJher
Jerome, of St. Leo Abbey, on Sunday
.mornings Hev. Jerome is5 an elo eloquent
quent eloquent and earnest preacher and a
pleasant gentleman to meet. He will
be here every otther Sunday until
other arrangements are made. He
made- a nuimtoer of friends on this
his first visit, and they rwill he -certain
to increase iwith his acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance in Ocala-
A. PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has been asked, "in
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
"They are more mild and gentle In
effect and more reliable. Be sides
they improve the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, while the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation." For sale by
all dealers. AdT.
you nnIhit to Ih&ve
5 M M BALL
Sim tljjoiuiip Ihoime
L A Y SU i. P X A K.C'."-
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
le will be pleased to see his friends
IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
work.- S. S
and' Is a
some thlnjrs In jnedlclne that
and definite. They do the
S. Is one of these reliables
known antidote for all blood
Mere than that, it is harm-
A fiood one-horse load for
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle, -mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Cash on Delivery.
- -M I n It Xg In 1. ,.,.a
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
The 1015 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their, cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida: All funds derived -from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
into the road fund.
W. It. Colbert, Tax Collector.
.TO THE PUBLIC
less, for It does not hurt the stomach,
does not affect the bones and joints, nor
does It alter the integrity of the nerves
and spine. But it does sweej through
the blood, a powerful, searching, cleans cleansing
ing cleansing Influence, remarkable for results and
a tremendous relief to those who suffer
the humiliation of skin eruptions.
Nearly all sickness is due to sluggish
blood. And if you let S. S. S. bathe your
system with Its wonderful InSuence your
nervous troubles, your wan, weary, faded,
listless, lifeless body will revive and be become
come become so renewed with the sf-nse' of enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable health you will scarcely know your yourself.
self. yourself. Try S. S. S. today. Get a bottle
at any drug store. It will put yon. on
your feet; keep you going all day and
enaMe you to sleep sound and restful.
S. S. S. is not a "dope." not a physic,
but a fine, bracing, purifying medicine
that is sure to do you a world of good.
It is just wbat you need. 8. 8. 8. 13
prepared by The Swift Specific Co., 60
SwE't PI:.. AtMnta, Ga., and if you are
troit.td v.ita any stubborn blood disease
their medieal department will guide yo
safely to health. Writ them.
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cougrh Remedy last winter for a sev severe
ere severe 'bronchial cough and can consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously say that I never took a
medicine that did me so much good,'
writes airs; C W. Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. For sale by; all dealers. Adv.
BIG -Load for 0
Your Order will Iiavo
, 13 13-V
V 13-V J
At Gmoali's Wcda Chop.
C. G. Conn Bb cornet, low and
high pitch with C attachment, prac practically
tically practically new, and will sell at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 10-19-tf
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
liliiLli isi&yJZJ uivt
P. A. ELLIS, Jlanaser,
ALL TIIE LATEST 2L1GAZE
AND OTV. SPAPER3
Next to Carn Grocery Store
Larpehter '-and. Bull
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work.; vGives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
All kinds of bulbs now on t
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-