L 11 11
cmis of PBjany seam, hit stop, the
IIIIHH DAY OF THE DLQDQIEST BATTLE TIE WORLD HAS
Oct. -2S. Although
Germans have lost ground near T:L T:L-munde,
munde, T:L-munde, the allies and invaders are
sell! locked 4a a death grip along
the Yser canal. With unparalleled j
ferocity, back and forth across the j
corpse choked stream the battle has j
raged nov for a week. Seven, tiroes
the Germans hare crossed to the rarest
side only to be driven back .-by the
allies 'With fearful slaughter.
At some jioints corpses almost
completely dammed the canal. soH soH-iers
iers soH-iers rising the piles of dead for
The Belgian village of Lange-1
Tnarck. has ibeen destroyed. Both j
thanks of the canal are lined .with ?
nhuried dead, neglected wounded. I
carcasses of horses, shattered rifles
end cannon and cast off equipment, j
ALLIES ARE ADVANCING
Paris, Oct. 28. The British an 1
French are advancing on hoth 'wings,
is the official announcement at three
o c-iock tins afternoon
ALLIES ARE ENCOURAGED
Paris. Oct. 2S. It is officially re-
ported at five this afternoon chat the j
offensive movement of the German s
in Belgium is becoming, less -violent, j
, , ,, -..?
It is claimed all positions of allies 1
are maintained and progress has
been made between Carman and
Cambran, in France, and East Bel Belgium.
gium. Belgium. It is reported that the Germans are
making nig-ht attacks east of the
aisne. in their endeavor to assume
the offensire in that region.
In districts about Craonne and
northeast of Hheim?. German attacks
have been repulsed. -The Germans
lost two thousand killed and rwoun.1 rwoun.1-ed
ed rwoun.1-ed in the Craonne district.
TRAGEDY III All
'WEALTHY 3LN KILLED HLS
CHILDREN AND TRIED TO
KILL III3LSELF AND WIFE
Galesburg. 111., Oct. 28. In a fit
of intoxicated frenzy this morning,
W. 31. Strconberg, a wealthy con con-feotioner,
feotioner, con-feotioner, shot and killed his throe
children, rwounded his wife and fatal fatal-ly
ly fatal-ly wounded Mmself.
The Little Brownie is the latest
picture machine. At Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. $1.25. 10-19-tf
Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only S15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to S20
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.
mrm .- run a atw
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SUIIH A JAI
AUSTRIAN ARMIES SUCCESSFUL
IX THE EAST
Brave Germans Inflict Tremeudou Tremeudou-Lo.
Lo. Tremeudou-Lo. on the Allies in Belgium
vktu wa. iv is omii
announced that Che German cruiser
BmJei1 ba3 s jn the. Japanese pas-
seIer steamer Kamasak Glaru.
AUSTHIANS TAKE MANY PRISOX-
Vienna. Oct. 2S. The Austrians
have captured ten thousand 'Russians
and trreat rraantiti?; of nr-jnitlors; and
1 It is officially announced today
that reirts of the illness of the
Emperor are untrue,
m EUVU1, ERK IS GERMAN HOV-
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Berlin, Oct. 2S. Severe losse-s
hrave "been sustained sbv the enemv in
the fighting In Belgium. The fight fighting
ing fighting there has been marked by ex extreme
treme extreme -violence, Che Germans show showing
ing showing conspicuous fbravery and uphold upholding
ing upholding the traditions of the father father-Sand.
Sand. father-Sand. SEVERE LOSS TO FRENCH
Vienna, Oct. 28. Severe 'battles
are progressing along the Vistula
and San rivers. 'Austrian s are op opposing
posing opposing a strong Rusian army south
of Ivangorod. :
Swiss papers state the French lost
over 4,000 men in the Verdun and
Toul battle line since the capture of
Fort Romain bv the eGrmans.
FOOT AND MOUTH
DISEASE IS FIERCE
Many Cattle Dying from the Distem Distemper
per Distemper in Michigan
CCies, Oiich., Oct. 2S. .Thirteen
more "herds of cattle have been dis discovered
covered discovered to be afflicted with the foot
and mouth disease. Nineteen herds
were slaughtered Tuesday in affect affected
ed affected counties in aiichigan and Indiana.
It is hoped that the back.bone of the
plague win be broken witin a week.
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
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Mc3 fe WwM Owr Ml Year MmiM
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDXEESDAY, OCTOBER 28,
. J 1 1 liLilly III utjMLrl
i KfliH it a it ii ii II !i
CE FACTORY PROPOSITION Hi k NAIIOIGAP TO
The vote in Tuesday's btsnd eleo-'
tion was as follows: .. .. 5
Majority for sewerage. -. -.
Paving the Streets
3Iajority against: jtaving.
Ciric Center Buildings
Majority against civic center.
Waterworks Improveraent and Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Ice Plant
For.. .. 191
Against .... 239
Majority against ice plant
Another Election Today
'An election is being -held today,
to decide if the city shall bond for
$75,000 to improve the electric light
a n I power plant.
, -Up to 3 p. m-. 15 xtes had sheen
cast. The polls will be open till 5
RAD AS A BATTLE
Forty-Seven Iead Taken Out, of the
Springfield, 111.. Oct. 28. It is
officially reported that all bodies
have been taken fro rathe wrecked
nrine at Royalton. Forty-se"en dead
have been recovered and ventilation
WILL BE ON THE
AISNE ALL WINTER
London, Oct. 2S. The corres correspondent
pondent correspondent of the Oloming Post, writ writing
ing writing from a point near Rheima and
discussing the situation in the east eastern
ern eastern part of the At sue velKey, says:
"It is possible that the Germans
intend to hold this line all winter
and if the:.- fortify their positions It
is quite possible they can do so. It
is certain that they can make no fur further
ther further move forward Into French ter territory."
ritory." territory." EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY
Rome. Oct. 2G. An earthquake
shook Turin today. Considerable
property was damage!; no lives were
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
Keep a picture record of the child children.
ren. children. A Little Brownie will do it.
tfltt 5 5
FA3IOUS liOER LE.DER IS NOW
ENGLAND'S FIRM FRIEND
"Pretoria, Oct. 2S. It "is .officially
announced char Gen. Louis sBotha,
premier of the Trans-vaal, lias fet
for the -front to fight or Great Brit Brit-sain.
INVASION OF ENGLAND
Depends on Germans Capturing
Dunkirk, CaUas and Dieppe
London, Oc&. 2S. --The Baily
iM'ail's Bergen correspondent quotes
the Saxon State Gazette for Uae fol following
lowing following statement made by a -general
in Che ad jutant-generalV office in the
war departmen't in Berlin: 4If the
English, .watch our aval stations in
the sieigh'borhood of Heligoland is
cOmost impossible now it will be become
come become quite impossible when Belgium
i and the. north coast of France to the
mouth el the Sienne are dn German
I hands. .'.
j :."In course of time we ehal'I ioss ioss-jess
jess ioss-jess Calias and probably Dieppe and
Havre. Ourjtwel ve-inch fho"itzers
I have the large range, of fourteen
miles and the seventeen-inch a still
t greater range. "England can expect
j still more artillery surprises. Evn,
! if we catrnot shoot from che FTench
j coast to the EngJIsh coast, a safety
jzone could -be made ?or German
Bhfps covering imore than half the
1 navigable water.
'Tube Frencli iharhors nrill serve as
j (bases for torpedo boats, submarines;,
i cruisers and Zeppelins and can be
made inrpreginahle from the sea by
I a double or triple row of sminesl If
t he French coast Ao ':ihe English
coast then Portsmouth and Plymouth
would he cut off ffrom the 'North Sea
and connect font around Scotlan d
would be difficult.
"The possibility t of laying such
mines is not doubted as they con! i
be laid under cover of artillery. Our
submarines and torpedo division also
would come into action. An invasion
of England would he easily possi possible."
ble." possible." v.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
"For rent, two S-room, 2-story
houses on North Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
lights, water and ether modern con-
veniences. Apply xtt tnis omce.
To Telephone Subscribers:
Please list in your directories
phone No. 451. J. D. McCaskiH.
CARN BUILDING, 'OCALA
EVERY ATTEIAPT OF KAISER 10 11 l!l THE
Petrorrad, Oct. 2S. It is ofSclai-
3 announced that the .Russian
troops continue to pursue th? Ger-
rnT- 'f-rri PrT. I
All attempts of the Germans
resume the offensive have heen re re-pulsed.
pulsed. re-pulsed. The Sghting Is slackening,
the Austrians tiaving exhausted
tTbe Germans havd ibeen driven
back 55 miles from Warsaw.
AUT.S1TOANS COtLDXT SUR SURROUND
ROUND SURROUND mi EIR ENE3IY
Pet-ograd, .Oct. 2S. .The iRt:s iRt:s-slans
slans iRt:s-slans continue the vigorous, shelling
fThe Austrian attempted enveiop-.
ment ;tnovement (has comrpletely fail failed.
ed. failed. It was ft brown 'back &y the .Rus .Russian
sian .Russian cavalry.
Tliat he and Villa Retire Being Di v
cussed at Agrias .Calientes
Washington, Oct. 2S. A confirm
ation of the tender by Carranza of
his resignation to the peace
encet -Agaas Calientes reached thej
state department today, Carranza si
Viila, and is -oemg iaiscussea at Agxi-j
as Calientes today.
TTxat Thursday a Xorember 2Ct!i,
will be Day for Thanksgiving
Washinr. Oct. 2S.--The presi
dent itoday issued che annual
Thanksgiving proclamation, desig
nating Tlhursday, r ovem Der z btn, as s
IT OPENS EARLY
Wintry Mornings In Atlanta and
Atlanta, Oct. 28. There was
heavy sfrost this morning. The nner nner-sury
sury nner-sury Sell to 32.
New York, Oct. 28. This is the
coldest October day in 28 years.
Mercury was 31 above.
BALDWIN HOTEL COINED
Heavy Loss But AH Guests Escapetl
Ilagerstown, aid., Oct. 28. The
Baldwin hotel and 'four adjacent
buildings Mere burned this morning.
The guests were in a panic, but all ;
escaped. The loss is over $200,000.
Now is the time to plant Rye forj
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
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LL Li JUL
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CITIES ON BELGIAN COAST ARII
TARGETS FOR THE WAR-
lAxosceraam, cx. j. ae aieu
warships are again? bomh,'irding the
Germans along the coast of north northwestern
western northwestern Belgium. F:ght:ng Soda?
i3 going on -by sea, 2and sind air. The The-battle
battle The-battle is ftiocdier than ever. 'Violent
fighting is going on along the Mcur.,
Shells ifrom the British iwarh!p"s,;
have "wrought fearful havoc at Nieu-:
port atid Osteni. ,
Vnsnal of the Xext MeetLn to Ik?
jk-iu in iie inc.ii ?cImxI
"sdll be called to cr-
jder at 10 a. m. and all teachers,
innembers of ?jcard3 cf itrusfecs, sap?
1 ervisors, ladies cluts and all per-
jeans interested In education, are in-
jvited to attend.
tte' foloing program ill be
Prayer by Ir. J. JM ;ross of IZie
Vocal solo, -by Mis
Demonstration in intermediate
Aritirnetic, (by CIrs. Rex. fTod.
The School Library, its ccqulsl ccqulsl-sitioa
sitioa ccqulsl-sitioa and use, by Mr. A. B. Connor
Report cn the Book selected for
month, -Education by Playa and
Games. Grinn & Co. &y Qir. W. 1L
Casseis. : ; . ., .. .
Teacher 3 seeing thi3 announce announcement
ment announcement will please call it to the atten attention
tion attention of other teachers of their locali locality.
ty. locality. Every teacher who can possibly
do so Is urged to attend this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Program Committee.
Fishing tackle that will bring the
(fish from the water at KREGETS. tf
ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'5.
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THE OCALA EVEXKYO SlU WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS T
It. U. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
LESSOX OF THK ELECTIOX
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance 50
( foreign )
One year- in advance. ..... $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. MoRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SI I ACKLEFOR D.
W, M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Commissioner:
R. HUDSON BURR.
N. 'A. BLTTOH.
Vor State Senator, 20th District:
"W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. ORAHAlM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
: WALTER (LU5FFMAN.
N. A. FORT.
.9. R PYXES.
For Members of School ard:
G. S. iSOOTT.
B. iR. BLTTOH.
J, S. GRANTHAM.
'3Ea,rl Kitchener, British secretary
o nrar, asks the (people to (refrain
. froml setting .the sodliors aip
A'mong ithe veterans and visitors
: Bit the 'Lakeland Confederate reunion
' are W; P. Prinfk, iB. (H. Norris Alfred
, Aaror, IH. N. Kndbolck, "VV. H. lxng,
J. IL. IBeck! and S. J. ttCcAjteer of
- Mardon coimty.
"Tt took imanly yeairs to cut the
"-Taanous Simplou tunnel .between
Switzerland and Ttaly. it is a won won-dortfuil
dortfuil won-dortfuil and useful piece of engineering-
iXotw it is mined, and in case of
war can foe destroyed In a seteond.
(Hereafter, in ordinary conversa conversation,
tion, conversation, wihen. we nvisfh tb say (Przemysl,
.we will a'dopt the simple expedient
io saying Jacksonville. Toronto
Brail antd CElmpir.
We fear .that saieh a pol icy twill re retard
tard retard tttie irapddly in creasing entente
cocnfliaikl (between Canada and Florida.
Profs. Ailecisandrina an'd Seal a of
Home (have just 'published the Tesnlt
ot.itiieir researches Into Ch cause of
pellegra. They say that ipellegra is
mot dependent tuip'osn a imai? diet, but
that it is a tlisease strictly localized
and liimited to areas wvhlch have
been atoicist exclusively Jin contact
with day ol is useki.
valley, will be thickly settled and
iwill be smiling .forth with productive
farms and groves.
ONTO HIS JOB
fDuri ng the recent, imeeting of the
Real (Estate Association of the Unit
ed States at Pittsburg, Penn., J. D.
fRooney, of IMarion county, was in at-
tendance, representing -the real es
tate dealers of Jacksonville, IFla., in
iparticanlar and the state f iFIorida
'During ithe time the was there he
was requested 'by a 'local (member of
the association -to accompany him
about itiwenty (miles out Sn ithe coun
try to attend the funeral of an old
resMeht, services to (be foeld at the
On arriving it was found ithat the
K3lergyiman 'had not arrive'd and after
same time, it (Was decided to have
the burial .without .waiting If or him,
and several (were asked fto gay a few
I words before the interment, 'but
Chre seemed ito be?n'o one twho felt
they rwere oapablle of .marking; an ap ap-.propTtate
.propTtate ap-.propTtate address.. Finally, Mr.
JRooney iwas requested .to say a (few
words, and as oisu'al Ihe immediately
arose to responidl to the occasion.
practically as follows :
"FWom fare (fact ith'ait (I do not know
the deceased during this life (time
and aim called fuipon on such short
.notice to sfpeaTa i few rwordis, tit
would (be fwithl rea reluctance
that I t would' attempt 'to epealc in a
ffnanner fthat (would (be applicable on
ta mrafcter rwltih (wihich I am entirely
iUBfamHiar, tout there ds a subject
very dose to imy (heart and tone that
I aim (both familiar with and able to
speak ai pen, and rwooild ask your in
dulgence iwhlle I sjieak of tlhe ibeau-
rtiiea roii T'ordda, and: esipecially
Nobody needs to be pessimistic or
discouraged or think Ocala is back back-iward
iward back-iward because of. the result of Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's bond election. It has encour encouraged
aged encouraged the Star, which draws the fal fallowing
lowing fallowing conclusions from the vote:
The vote cn the sewerage system
iwas 24 4 for and 209 against. Per
sonally we know many voters who
are in favor of sewerage, and voted
against it because they were against
other things and 'feared that a vote
for sewerage would 'be also a vote
for the things they did not like. In
short, they iwere at first against -the
sbunch ordinance, and feared that
the (well oneant attempt of the conn
oil to unbunch it -would not "hold in
ithe courts. The Star believes that
;had the sewerage (been alble to stand
alone, dt i would have received two
votes out of every three.
For, 214; against, 230. A glim
majority of 16. The; real estate
owners voted iheavily against fthis
'proposition (because, among other
reasons many of them are not able to
stand their disproportionate "part of
ftlie exnense. The Star also 'knows
several voters iwho .believe it (best to
ftiold back street paving until the
sewerase system is fput in. There
iwere .probabb' "enough such to de
cide the result.
tFor. 198: a'gainst i240. Tihe (Star
ihas no doubt tfchafl tthe petaiple of
Ocala rwamt a (handsome civic center
and will ibulfd one soon. As -the "Star
said (Monday, it is the (improvement
ithe city can (best defer ifor two or
ithree years, antd the vote iproves it
accuraJtely reflected puiblic senti senti-imenit
imenit senti-imenit Waterworks Improvement and (Mu (Municipal
nicipal (Municipal Ice Plant
For, 191; aigainst, 239. Its the
Star's opinion that ithe (people of
Ocala rwamt their; iwtater planft im-fproved-
Whe (heavy vote against
this item is due, 'unless rwe igreaitly
Imiistaike, to itlwo (things:' One rwas
ithe socialistic scheme for a Imunici Imunici-pail
pail Imunici-pail doe .plant; tthe other is rtlhe opin opinion
ion opinion (tlhat iwe are already (bonded for
Depends on Today's Vote
lit .the ipeople (today vote, as the
tStar (hopes they twill, for '$75,000 to
improve ithe electric plant, ithe coun council
cil council may make sure ithey twanlt the
iwater iplant fmiproved also. If they
vote against electric (bonds, the
council imay decide hiat (th'Q ipeople
simply i want to rwalt a' year or two
until the .present depression passes.
Mr. (Hunter informs rtibe -Star that
the cotunclil ihas (tried Ito find a tnpr7
ket for the $5'3,000 of mTaJterrworks
bonds noiw on (hand, and fatiled be because
cause because purchasers1 (have a dousbt of
itheir validity. If such is the case,
Ihe council sliould destroy these
(bonds at once.
lit' 5s the opinion- of some of our
leading lawyers ithat flhe vote for
sons and four daughters. The sons
are W. J. Holly, of Atlanta, !R. L.
Holly of Lakeland, A. L. Holly of
Oxford and R. H. Holly of Conner.
The daughters are .Mrs. Flossie rFurr
of San Francisco, Cal., Mrs. iMary
Finley of iMdElroy, La., and .Misses
Carrie and Beulah Kolly.
Mir. 'Hodly also leaves two .brothers
and one sister: (Mr. 'Alex Hollv, of
Lakeland; (Mr. Frank Holly, of Con Conner;
ner; Conner; and (Mrs. Florence Roberts, of
- His long years of citizenship and
refined life in this community, hud
greatly endeared him to all the 'peo 'people
ple 'people who mourn the loss Of a friend
and 'brother. Jno. R. Rogers,
Lynne, Oct. 26, 1914.
CAPTAIN W. 31. MAfRTTIN
Albert of (Belgium .Is ithe only
IcLsg in jrope I3hat a democrat can
approve of. iHe not only goes on the
battlefield iwith ihis men, (but Into the
camps ami tren3hes, sharing (their
privations as well! as their dangers.
!Nb traveling witJa a sipecial (train of
Pullmans Kr tenting in a movable
(house, Qike .the 'kaiser, if a- Albert.
He's one of fthe Iboys.
(Rev. W. H. Coleman of Ocala, will
begin a revival imeeting at (Lowell
next Sunday night and from night to
night. (Because of better accommo
dations the meetings "will (be (held in
the padkingthouse of Mr. C 'B. How How-eW.
eW. How-eW. Lights, seating andl a piiano
(have ibeen irwit to the ipl'ace. And you
will find a hearty welcome. Remem- sewerage must stand or can iwitn
(ber the place and time. Come to the t'ne iDaiance tne ruu.
first service either 4 1 mm validiate tnee ocners
or toe liuv anuattru uy luuui. ia
(the courts will decide. In case It
stands and the others w4th dt, the
(His (friends In this city iwill be peopie nave uuu4
pleased to Hearm that Mr. W. M. tHeir disapproval of three d'tams for
IMartin. son of IMr. John R. Martin, tne council w try no issu? wuusy i
is nnirt of ihe p.mti,natiY V radetR Wihem- In case they pull the.sewer-
of which be is a member, this term, &&e item doiwn, the Star rwill .respect-
tfn1.lv recommend tJhe council to at
CHU 'UCVigta ir.KsVlX2XXJ i
once draw up ato ordinance caiii'mg
Oermany promiseJs to reiect theUor anotlher election. If he (people
Wonroe doctrine- Toor listile Bel- '"vote today sro improve we eieotriv;
!j;5ium tgot one of tnbse promises. pSant, It wdll also recommetod the
Columbia State. council to call-Ifor am election for
The (world iwill never put faith in $'50,000 for iwatenworks (improve-
flermBuv's nmmisft 'ip.n.. iiti1s tA ment. The Star as conn dent icnatxne
ii)eople of that great (but misguided result of such an election will show
nation are 'wise enough to ithrow the Ithat Ocala 4s just as much (for ira-
Hdhenzoaiems and the military caste iprovement as any tuther City. There
overfboard and take the ihelm of stale s a (bunch of people in Ocala ithat
into their own' (hands. This, (how-1 'believe ithey sbould (be allowed to
think and act if or .themselves, and
they resent always (holding up some
Sidney. J. Catts, of !DeFuniak,
most recently announced candidate
for governor in the primary of 1916,
fs in Orlafedo tiokiay. Mr. Oatts is a
Captist miaister, a Woodman of the
World, a Knight Of Pjithian and a
Mason. 'His qualifications and aspir aspirations
ations aspirations are set forth! a circular
which the h'as (ben handing out. Or-
(Mr. Oatts may be a mighty 'good
man shut ihis name is against him.
i 1 J mmrnt I ii ill iiiii.n i iiMt.. :jM M
ever, we believe t-he:r will do.
A 'Florida editor printed a state- f1 itowa1' ;Wlhere wnaitions may be
ment regarding the law and the ad
ministration thereof iwhich caused a
'jukige to summon lim lnitx court
smd demand that (he Hhow csiise rwhy
lie Should not ibe sentenced tfor con-
nempx. ciine eaiior explain ea or
sjpologized, whfch! was prictically
the same (thing. CVow coates the
very different, as a pattern for thecal
to copy after.
(Let's all get together.
JIM -"V T 1. m
Florida East Coast railway, says the
Orlando Reporter-Star, iwill be taken
over by the company from the con
tractors .Nov. 2 and 4, and regular
schedules esta!blis1ied after the lat latter
ter latter date on that (branch, which is
entirely new. Trains will Ibe operat operated
ed operated from N'sw Smyrna to Okeechobee.
This line iwill open up the most fer fertile
tile fertile undeveloped section of Florida,
and it Is -regarded as certain that in
a few years the entire stretch of
ciountry south of it in the Kissimmee
x IMr, Rolbert Holly,. ;who passed away
on Friday night tot the Jhomte of his
.Tampa Tims iwith the following tR. L lHo1 t keland wiheie
.paragrapn, .wnicn uea noDoay grone & fwr :bePo(re
room to say anything, .but 'vMhicn search df lost fhealiSi, nvas laJd to re, it
-must nevertheless make the Judge in (the Okl a waha cemetery on Sunday
xam-tt iuum ukv w uu,uun me afternoon (Rev. (B. I, .Hull assisted
nam-pa eaitor aiso: bv (Rev. R. J 4Trrit tv,
-it is inetter policy to conceal than funeral service- A very larere crowd
to express your conumpt .ror a court f xeTatives and ifilends rwiere pre
df you feel it." ent to mav thir nt
Tihe floral offerings were profuse and
Important events are overshadow overshadowed
ed overshadowed by ithe .European War. iReports
in the news columns are Cut to a few'
lines under small iheads, which three
or (four months ago 'would' have been
carried in big ttype. N
(And: so it ihas come that 'the plague
situation in Xew Orleans -has been
almost forgotten, and the 'lack df de de-itails
itails de-itails in the daily press nas poesibly
lulled those -wfao are ndt informed by
official reports .to a sense of security
out of iproportlon .to the actuaaconr
ditions- This 'feeling of security is
justified only in part by 'the splend splendid
id splendid i work that ihas' (been done and is
being done (under lth6 direction of the
United 'States (Public (Health Service.
(But the disease .has not been stamp stamped
ed stamped out and those in touch (with the
situation tthere tfarsee many, months
df unrelenting activity.
(A recenit report (from the Puiblic
-Health Service iglve3 a 'compilation of
(facta regarding conditions dn (Xew Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, covering ithe situation Ifor the
.week ending October 3, as well as
.tihe statistical totals since the 'dis 'discovery
covery 'discovery of ttlhe disease .there- fTMs re report
port report snows one suspicious case and
one new case iwiith hat rweek, and a
total of 29 'human cased ito (that
date, iwfhich since fhas been increased
to i32; Allmost wo hunfdred 188 to
(be exact rats (had been discovered to
be Inifected' (by ibaxiterSdldgical exaimi-
natlion, from a itotal of more tthan
11 9 ,00 0 captureid and 99,000 exa)min exa)min-ed
ed exa)min-ed dn the ilaSboratories.
T"or (tihe protection of the outside
iworld ithe authorities in (the iIjouIs iIjouIs-iana
iana iIjouIs-iana city, up ltd Ches close df ithe sec
ond weelc in October, ihad ffutmigated
363 vessels, steam and sail, and 'had
inspected more than ;17,000( loaded
if reiiglht cars carrying broods .'from (New
Orleans ltd various -sections of the
UnJtied States. iDuring he weelc end j
inig October 3 ,3 ,'5 7 8 caTs were inspect
ed, of fwihich 1,951 iwere repaired to
make them rat-proof and eighteen
.were cdn'demned. The cars inspect
ed and ipassed were sent to thirty thirty-sewn
sewn thirty-sewn states, and Iforty-tnine of .th'em
iwere destined to points In (FUorfda.
Thus it is evident 'that every effort
to stamp out the disease and to pre prevent
vent prevent its spread is 'being made and
with as jmuch vigor as in the earlier
(stages of (the epidemic. The (fact that
such strenuous exertions arei still
considered necessary iby tbetbJghest
authorities in the country in the fifth
month of ithe epidemic, is ample proof
that (the fight Is not yet finlshed, and
that other cities, partdmiar(ly (south (southern
ern (southern seaports, must not (let dawn the
lines of defense.
The Jacksonville City Board of
Health nas examined in Its latfora latfora-itdries
itdries latfora-itdries more than thirteen (hundred
rats, and similar iprecau Jddns are be being
ing being -followed out in 'Pensacola, Tasnpa
and other (FlorMa seacoast cifLIes,
and these precautions must b0 con
tinued if or many months to come.
The State iBoard of (Health aijrain
urges orpon the attention of imunici-
pal authidrities in ml parts of (Fdccni Ja
(the wisdom and the necessity df re
modeling (their laiws, so as to (make
ttiheir wharves and docks and waire-
hduses rat-proof. The existence,, or
ithe iposa2bility of the existence, of
rats (in daces rwheire men tramiactf
their daily business and In the
ihdmes (Where they dwell, is disgust
ing, even 'nauseating. In (the "time
to come, when; popular sentiment
comes to a foebter appreciationi of the
danger df sucb conBipanion'sihip In the
home and surroundings, td say tnoth-
ng of tihe filth and mnoyanee anld fi
nancial ilosses caused (by such vermiin,
its existence will (be considered a dis
grace', even as now bedbugs and lice
are a reflection upon the neatness
df the housekeeper.
A war upon rats for their com complete
plete complete extermination, will be made
sooner or later, and no ibetter be beginning
ginning beginning can (be made tfhan in such
(method's of construction as will lesve
no Idclging place tfor them in homes
and business pdaces.
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KITCHZH 1 TOOLSj
IV YOU WILL COME STRAIGHT TO US WHEN YOU
XEEI ANYTHING IN THE HAH I) WAKE WNIJ YOU WILIi
SAVE YOURSELF THE TROUHLE OF "LOOKING AROUND"
WE WILL "HAVE IT"
WILL BE LOW.
FOR YOU AND THE PRICE
WE HAVE BEEN HAMMERING A WAV AT THE lLUtD lLUtD-WARE
WARE lLUtD-WARE BUS1NESSS A LONG TIME, AND OUR BUSINESS
METHODS NAIL CUSTOMERS TO US WHEN THEY ONCE
BUY- FROM US.
Dr. (S'. H. Blitoh, staate 'mec ical ex-ivery beautiful.
aminer df convict eaanps, with head-1 Qfr. Holly was 71 Tears of asr
quarters a!t Ocala, arTived,4n the Gem and iwas one of the pioneer citizens
City dafst night and is the. guest of df east IMaiion county, having come
iMr. and Mrs. C 11. Price. Pal at- there with this parents from Rauth
ka Item. I Carolina when a ;hild. -He was a
soldier .in the war .between ithe stat4?s
S. H. Blitch, of Ocala, spont yes- in 1861. He married Qliss Sarah E.
(terday in the city. iPalatkU Item. J Graham, .who still sumves him, thi;
union twas blessed v?ith nine childrea
Band concert Friday eveniag. I eight of iwhom aTe still living: four
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DON'T RUIN YOUR EYES
DOhT TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES. A LIT LITTLE
TLE LITTLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME MA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TES TED B Y AN EXPER T. THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
A E BURMRTT jeweler
A &. A-WA"Vfc Ni-I OCALA, FLORIDA
Let the children kodak. A little
Brownie is just the thinf? for them.
All kinds of bulb:-, now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-l-tf
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nofie and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Osala.- Adv.
To a Person :Ui.:o-Firic!2i
IHI i Hi co 1 1 ; fin If n f!
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity To supply that ne-
cessity is Clar Duct:cc3
402-401 fl. UsLin Etrest
UU Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East -of San
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1089
CLASSICAL AMD COMMERCIAL COURSES
S225 FOR TEN SCHOOL TOJTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TER1VI OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
Axirw ih'AI EVP.N'ISO STAK WKDXKSJIAY, OCTOBER 28. "1914
UP AGAINST IT
JvfA Vlsconsln-QuaUr;; Product J
The Better Wall-Board
THERE'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 tha
cost cf material a way to build
better more permar. snt walls. That
way is by usinj? IJader-Board!
Gunboat Smicii was 'Whipped When
He Met the I!cal Thinir
Easy to Apply
"DADO ER.BO AKD is easy to r.p-;
plj Dun'i vait far plasterers
do the work yourseX A'.l ti.e tools
needed are ij.rn.iC7 Knd sswzrd s1 s1-most
most s1-most anybody can do an expert job
A Eader-bo-rd wail can pan pan-.
. pan-. el!ed and pointed with many beauti-,
Permanent Walls at
TJADGER.BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it ms.kes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a cample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
J D. McCASKILL,
Slate A ;eiit, OCAL.t, TLA
International XeAs Service Dispatch,
i by Frank G. Alenke
I The inevitable has happened,
j Gunboat Smith was lur&J into the
rins against a -real fighter in real
condition arid Gunboat Smith was
ha'terej to a .ivjlp in the first two
2,000 BOXES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX ..TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 1G acres, on 20-acre
tract, all fenced hut no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of.orange3 now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. 5. Savage, Jp
Room 5f Merchant's Block,
Phono 125, OCALA, FLA'-
"Go North .by Sea"
Slerchants & Miners Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
oervice. Wireless telegraph on al)
steamers. Through fares and ticket
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
sent 'Jo--ATI and out for
the count in the tblrj.
The sx-giclon-that .naany have had
for a year or more that ail;th as a
fighter, was a jcke proposition has
'been eon firmed. 'And when Sam
Langforl sent 3T,Uh rhe 'mat in
Beaton 'the o'her night he crushed
any am'bltioas that Smith imay have
ha 1 of becoming the shanrplon heavy heavy-i
i heavy-i weight -cf the world.
Smith put up a sfew gcol fights,
but he never put -up a real exhibi exhibition,
tion, exhibition, die neither looked dike, nor
acted tie a man of championship
calibre. He was lucky- .that's all.
He managed to stay cn his feet
against a tfew .real foes, (but 'he man-
age'l to turn that trik because .he
was shifty on his feet because he
ko;t far away from well aimel
p::nch2 as he could.
Seimethtog like eight or nine
nrcMths ago 0:nT.:hx .fcugh't Langford
and tha r.ow.--.4:c)er critics gave the
fiTht to SmCth on points. The "vic "vic-tcry"
tcry" "vic-tcry" nvade Smith cockier than ever.
Ani it ma 1 il.)if epnp.rfll nurHlir hp.
I liove that FmiYih realiv'-wa? a 1nher.
But one thing -that. 'the public didn't
kn?w it'.-.owt the fight -was the 'fact
that La-fgori was about 30 iiounds
overweig'ht, and so buJky tiiat he ihad
rrou.Me -moving athout the ring.
Smith's continual .boasting of his
"yict'orAr" over Lan'gford piqued the
regro fighter. .He yearne'd for an another
other another chance at- fthe "wfhiite hope."
A-fter caTOipiin'g on the trail cif Smith
Vct snisny 'month's 'he finally caught
up wdth him and "coaxed 'him Snito a
imatch that -resuilteid in the fight in
Bo 9t on a 'week or s'o 'ago.
- The iLansffard that met Smiffh -that
night iwtas a 'different Langlford than
the one 'he imet mine moniihs 'hefore.
It iwas 'aJmoiSit the TJangford 'of oM
the tfrim, sleeik, a'gil Langford. "The
Bostcn Tar alby" tralined for that
seconid fight with 'Smith. He shed
every ounce of sanperflous flesh. He
got 'down to fightjing form. A'ge has
slowed Lan'gforkl somewhat, hut he
figured that he corld ibe afoout 10
!, years older 'and till win frocn Smith.
And he did wtin (from Smith, in a
'manner s'o decisive that it left 'Smith
jithe "Alibi "King" absolutely no
rohance to issue (forth with an alibi,
j It was a crushing deifeat for Smith
and a decisive victory, or a negro
fighter ,who has ."been called a "has
The elimination of Smith -as a con contender
tender contender f or the; (heavyweight cham cham-piofjship
piofjship cham-piofjship of the world ihas mot clari-'
fied tie situation, lioweverr. Smith's
defeat .has caused Jess -Willard to
rush into the glare of the pngiliistic
spotlight and shriek Qouder than ev ever
er ever that "I am. the iraan the only
man who can whip Johnson."
It's a toes aip las to whicih -figihter
1s the greatest joke Smith or Wil Willard
lard Willard so 'far .as chaim-pionsihip cali calibre
bre calibre is concerneid. WiiJ.lard one of the
hugest men that ever donned 'a (pair
of 'boxing 'gloves, endowed iwith an
enormous reach and great weigh t and
endurance tlacks the ".greatest asset
of a real fighter the fighting spir spirit.
it. spirit. .'
Willard is not a natural fight er
and he never will (be a real fighter.
He has been .mingling in ring en engagements
gagements engagements for several years. What
'has 'he accom polished? A few knock knockouts
outs knockouts over dub heavy weights wno
wouldn't have faired much better
I have moved 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.
A. M. BOBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
Happiness Only Ccmparative.
We may anticipate bliss, but who
ever drnk of that enchanted cup unal-lovefi'-
against a rushing Mghtweigh
lard fought Smith a year ago. The
fight was little ibetter than a .burles .burlesque
que .burlesque show. (He tackled Carl (Morris,
as hig as himself, and he -seemed to
'be afraid to wade in. iHe was as
clumsy as a sea lion. His -punches
Jacked steam, his defense was weak
and aggressiveness was a foreign
'And this is the 'man who has an
idea that he can whip Johnson!
Willard couldn't wr.hiip Smith. Lang Lang-ford,
ford, Lang-ford, not rated .nearly as high as
Jack Johnson, turned the trick in
three rounds. Where doe3 Willard
The heavy weight championship
situation, as ifar as the white race is
concerned, is in just the same situa situation
tion situation as it was in 1910 after Johnson
hammered Jefferies into ainconsaious ainconsaious-ness.
ness. ainconsaious-ness. There is not a white man in
sight at the present time who has
a chance with Johnson, despite the
tfact that the Johnson of today isn't
the Johnson of d910.
Johnson's four years of dissipa dissipation
tion dissipation has (robbed him of some of his
speed, it has- softened his muscles,
and probably duMeid: bis one-time
nimble pugilistic 'brain But John Johnson
son Johnson today is ibetter by tar than any
man in the "white hope" division and
if Johnson was confronted with the
task of disposing of two "white
hopes" in cne night the chances are
he would be equal to it.
Report if the Special Meeting
The Beard of County Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners met pursuant to adjoarnment,
with all members present.
Dir. D. M. Barco, registration of officer,
ficer, officer, ap.pearei tefcre the board with
the registration Hjooks. A list of the
names stricken by the registration
officer, and by the 'board, was order ordered
ed ordered (published as required by law.
A pd:ition of .more than 125 quali qualified
fied qualified voters asking for B. I. Freyer Freyer-imuth
imuth Freyer-imuth and J. L. Miller to became ean-'-i
dates for Justice of the Peace and
Constable, res-pec tive'y, cf district
No. 30, iwas submitted to the hoard,
and on moticn it -was order d that
itihair names he put cn the ticket for
(the "general election to be huld Nov November
ember November 3rd, next.
The matter of appropriations for
the fair, for canning clubs and dem
onstration agents, and appropriations
generally, was deferred to the "morn "morn-tog
tog "morn-tog of (November 5th next, at ten
Pistol (bond (for B. E. Lyles was ap approved.
On moition, it was ordered that the
iroafd now being worked 'by the road
'crew under LMr, J. It. Proctor, and
leading from .Cornell road .to the
C'cal-a and JBelleview road, be opened
twelve feet in width instead of 30
I'ezt and that as socn as aid wnrk is
completed, the road crews now en en-'gaged
'gaged en-'gaged on 'that work he moved to
iBlitchtcn read in accordance with the
action taken by the iboard at their
(meeting of July Gth last.
There heing no further Ibusiness
tihe heard adjourned until Ootciher
24ith at ten o'clock a. im.,,t!o take the
matter Of reinstating any names er er-roneouslj
roneouslj er-roneouslj stricken .from the registra registration
tion registration lists.
C. Carmichael, Chairman
P. iH. Nugent, Clerk.
(Meeting of Board 'October 24th
The Bcar'd of County Com'mission Com'mission-ers
ers Com'mission-ers met pursuant to adjeurntment
iwith Comimissroners Luff man, TJavis,
Wat-k ? n s a nd H en d erso n in at ten d d-nre.
Petition of citizens of Levon dis district
trict district to straw certain reads present present-el
el present-el to 'the board and the matter was
'"aid over until the regular meeting
of the hear! on the 4th df Novem Novem-11
11 Novem-11 er. '
Bids to 'de! her the halilot 'boxes
were submitted and the contract
was awarded to CM. L. Reynolds for
'thirty-tvo dollars that 'being the
lowest ibid male.
-No one appearing to have their
names restored to the registration
books, -the .board thereupon adjeurn adjeurn-ed
ed adjeurn-ed to meet at their regular meeting
November 4th, 1914.
W. H. CHenderson,
. Chairman pro tern.
P. H Nugent, Clerk.
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. Adv.
- ft f iff
In Small, Medium and Large
Boxes Purity Guaranteed
This is the drug store where you will find
a great assortment of high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, creams everything
you need in candydom. We will make up
assortments as you wish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do you, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try
They Save Housework
You can't tell in how many ways until
you try them. Here are a few : polishing
cut glass, mirrors and windows, absorbing.,
grease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
liquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
every week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sizes. ScotTissue Toilet
Paper is another article you ,will like.
It is soft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
f ' .n.rr;;!!' i
Is Mow (EoSimgj 0im
Remember that the Great Introductory Sale at the
Is Now in FULL BLAST, and the greatest values
in the city are given there.
Be sure to get your share of them.
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More goods for the same money. Same goods for
less money. This is the place where "The Best
Values Win Out."
A great stock of Modern Merchandise, at real bar bargain
gain bargain prices for the first time in Ocala. Bargain
Prices will, always prevail at this store.
: L i
WSaere JaEseMeln was'fiopinnieFlyJocatlefDl
TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WILL
HAA13'. MORE LEISURE TIME
On account of depression
iness the Western Union and Postal
Telegraph Companies' office hours,
on Sunday, will be from S to 10 a.
m., and 4 to 6 p.m.
C. K. Sage, 'Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, aigr. Postal Tel. Co.
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IX
. iM. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, bi-t never used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
1 V :- v-.
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is iii open violation of tbe laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col collector
lector collector will issue the license and fur
nish all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-301
.TO THE PUBLIC
"nnE have just added to our business, a .large
v v and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes ana4 for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. s We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save youlmoney.
ocala gas imm nam
'The Bnicli Agency.
f f 4
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy last winter for a sev severe
ere severe -bronchial cough and can consci
entiously say that I never took aj
medicine that did me so much good,"
writes iMrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Habit may be either a strong hel
pist peril, or a fetter that holds its
rictim helpless. Some young people
never consider habit forming at all;
It is not taken into account in their
lives. They form none but accidental
and unconscious ones. If asked what
their fixed habits are, they will laugh
at the question. They know so little
about It that they think they -could
change any habit they have in a day.
Yet in reality they are binding them themselves
selves themselves in chains of iron and making a
free and happy life impossible for
iicmselvea later on. Select-
Teams For Rent-Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
"N Superior to Plaster
Quality or Price
Letters Passed Around.
t "Ferdy says he writes to 150 girli
regularly." "He doesn't mean that
iterally, He means that he writes to
me girl who goes to a seminary."
ICE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-S
COLLIEE BES.i Proprietors.
Pay Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for f
The 1913 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing:
so in ope violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
Into the road fund.
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
THE OCALA. EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1914
house. This is the deferred musical
reception to new members since
May 23 last. All members ad
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
k::: :::-:xx;:: :::v c:::x:::: ::;:x.::
(If you have any Items for this department call phone 106)
mitted during the -past jear are urg
ed to be present. The music pro program
gram program will be in charge of Miss Mar
Woman's Club House-Warming:
Thought for the Day
LMfe sweet love late in life, flowers
bloom most gay,
When autumn. ''winds are rife, an 1
dead leaves stre' the wiy.
C. K. Taylor.
Miss Annie Atkinson will arrive
-homo tomorrow from a three
months' vacation spent with friends
in Tennessee, 'Atlanta and Tampa.
(Mr. and LMrs. Clem Purvis, of
Tlaiford, are visiting their 1,1 relatives
and friends in this city.
Miss Zelraa -Rizer, of Olar, S. C,
will arrive dn the city Monday for an
indefinite 'visit, to her aunt and uncle
Mr -and Mr. T, H. Johnson and
family. Miss Rizer will 'be one of
the attendants at the Johnson-Walters
wedding, in .November.
(Mrs. G. S. Scott and daugh daugh-Mrs.
Mrs. daugh-Mrs. John Taylor, will etnertain at
a (Hallowe'en -party Saturday even evening
ing evening at 7:30, at their home on iFort
King avenue, in compliment ito the
young people of ithe Preshytenian
Mrs. E. G. Peek has issued the
following invitation to a party 'that
she is -giving on Tuesday afternoon,
at. her home on Oklawaha avenue,
hi compliment to Miss- dara John Johnson,
son, Johnson, a popailsur November hrid e-elect:
ds 4b shoiwer a friend. I hope 'twill
le the nicest that you ever did at attend.
tend. attend. The way unto this (party, I'm
em re you all will (knew. But if you
don't' remember, just look before
you go,. and then if you "can't, find it,
we rwill have .to send a guide, and I
Hiope you will bring a presenti to
shower upon the .bride. Mrs. IE. G.
Peek, Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 3,
(Mr. and (Mrs. Charles rRIhefinauer
rwill arrive holme from their sumimer
--jab road next Wednesday.
IMiss Josephine (Bullock who has
jboon the atftractave guest of Miss
Gertie Peyser since her return, (from
Demorest, Ga., a few weeks ago eon eon-eluded
eluded eon-eluded Tier visit there yesterday and
! is now at 'home with her father, 'Mr.
(Raymond 13. Bullock. iMiss Bullosic
I exacts her mother and fa mil 3' from
I Demorest about November 17.
I The annual election of officers for
Uhe W. C. T. U., took place yester yester-;day
;day yester-;day afternoon at the -Methodist
church, resulting in the Teelection of
Rim. T. E. Bridges as president, (Mrs.
W. T. Gary, recording secretary;
''Mrs. E. Van Hood, corresponding
secretary, and 'Mrs. G. D. Washburn,
treasurer. .Mrs. Bridges, Mrs. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, LMrs. Olyatt, (Mrs. Washburn
an 1 'Mrs. Van iHcol were elected as
delegates to (tilie state convention to
ibe held in Jacksonville in 'November,
twath the -privilege of extending an
invitation to the convention to meet
dn Oeala next year. It was decided
to hold all future meetings of the
union at the 'Baptist church instead
of at ithe Methodist, as has formerly,
been the custom.
The (Epworth .League, which has
heen In session in? Jacksonville for
several days, JeaSme to a close yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, airs. M. M. iUititle, state or organizer
ganizer organizer of ileague worik, anade a
splendid closing address. Mrs. Lit Lit-tl
tl Lit-tl e said r "ii t is essen'tai 1 (that th e
Ep; worth League omrst fumMi re recreational
creational recreational and culture .to its imem imem-fbers
fbers imem-fbers if it is to (hold Ithem rwithin its
ran'ks! and keep them from seek seek-tog
tog seek-tog questionable amusements
and diversions. The 'person dn charge
of this departiment Of -the lEpwiOirLh
L'eague tmust ipossess a 5onsecrated
heart; anust hcjlldev'e Ifully an.. Ithe Ep Ep-iworfth
iworfth Ep-iworfth League cmotto, 'All ifor 0h.rist;,
must flaave a imltimted annd and a
cbrdiad hand; and imu&t cultivate
iwithin himself a (pleasing imaniner,
one that (will attract the stranger
within our galiea and make1 him
ifeeJ at home otmong us. Hunt up all
fthe (latent italeait in your league
chapter a,nid make use of it; ipro ipro-xivde
xivde ipro-xivde proper enrtertainimenlt 'w'ith ;plen ;plen-ty
ty ;plen-ty of rarieity for youo young people;
minister tlo fjheir inteHlectual and
spirdtual needs as iweM as to their
On f. SaturtTay, October 31, at 3 p.
m. tihe first imedting Of the Woman's
Cliulb (will be hel d in the n ew dub
On Thursdaj-, Oct., 29th the mem members
bers members of the Woman's Club twill cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate the opening of their beautiful
new club house with a house-warm-
ing, to -which all tsheir friends are!
invited Xo formal invitations are!
(being (issued, but ever- one,' (both
.ladies and t gentlemen in sj-mpathy
with .the work, are invited to come
and inspect the new club house, and
tpartake of the hospitality of the)
clubwomen, from 3 to 4 p. ra. and
from S to 9 ip. m. From 9 to lil a.
m. the Temple Cheater orchestra
has ibeen engaged and the floor will
he turned over to the young people
A cordial invitation is extended to
Mrs. Charles R. Tydings,
President Woman's Cluh.
Miss IMinnie Stomll, aicconipaniod
'by her father, air. W. F. StOvall, of
.Tampa, expect io leave early in 1N0-
'-emlber for ifay field, Ky., to (witness
the imanriage on the 17th of Noviam-
iber, of IMiss 'Genevierve iStovall ito 'Mr,
Wilson. Boyd Bough, ai promSinent
young Ibusdness mam Of fMayfield
Thi marriage iwilil he a prominent
event dh. 'Che social circles of that
iHlttile ciy, where 'iMiss 'Stovall is a
great social (favorite. Wiss 9tova!ll Is
.the daughter of Mr. T. L. BttOrall,
fonmenly of (this city and a .brother
of IMir. W. F. StovaM of Tampa. IMiss
Stovall twos a visitor to Ocala last
(winter for ithe first ti!me as the guest
Of her cousin, Miss IMinnie Stovall.
She is a most attractive young (lady
and iwas immensely popular with a
larfge circle of Ocaila (friends', and iwas
feted upon a nuimber of occasions.
IHer imarriage is of unusual interest
to her (Mends ins this eiTty. CMiss
iMfinnie Stovall 'W ill .be one of her
cousin's bridesmaids, and will par
ticipate in tmany prenxiptual tfesti vl vl-tles
tles vl-tles already pilannied. iMiss IStovall
and her father wi31 be alway for
same time. fMr. Stovall enjoying a
much needed rest and long antictiipat
ed (vocation ifrom his editorial duties.
Mr. and IMrs. W. W. Harriss left
yesterday afternoon in their car for
Lakeland, where they ore in attend attendance
ance attendance usponi the Confederate Veterans
"Enter your baby in the Better B abies Contest, and see if you cannot
capture one of them. These prizes will he awarded according to the fol following
lowing following plan:
Entries will he divided into three classes:
, Class A. All babies from 6 -months to 1 year
Class B. All babies 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 scoring highest.
Class B. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class C. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
However, the contest Is not a mere competition for a
greatest benefits are educational.
Children receive careful physical and mental examination by com-
potent physicians, and a record is made of it.
Parents Oearn more aibout their children, and ore able to remove
many defects. The child gets a better start in (life, and the information
and help derived are the 'best features of the contest. AND ALL THIS
ES ABSOLUTELY FREE. NO ENTRANCE FEE. NO CHARGE OF
BsMes from any. locality, regardless of county, may enter.
For further inf&rmatlon, and application cards, address:
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Florida
We have a few of the more seasonable kinds
of cheese in stock now. The other kinds mil
be added as the season advances.
ENTO OLIVE. CHEES
we doiibt if its in
fMirs. J. !B. Borland and daughters,
of Citra, were in the city shtopping
yesterday afternoon. r-yi.
ttUiss Qlinnie 'Gamsby was the host hostess
ess hostess yesterday aifternoon Of he aread aread-tefluh
tefluh aread-tefluh at its re'guaar weekly 'imeetfng',
entertaining at the home of Djiss
I . (TT1 n J J 1
I," j.ir. ano airs. vv. iv. eiwsasKu rts-
rnucnneoj yesieraa'vr aiLxesrnoom mrum
Clear water, iwherS they have Ibeen
(the guests of CSfrV and IMrs. J. II.
Barco and fanfily. CVIrs. Zewadski
. v n-. : in
rwelc of prayer nest week, .beginning
fMonday. Leadenl have been, ap
pointed if or each afternoon and an
interesting program wrall (be given
rrtie pu'blfc lis coidially iinivtted.
Mrs. Joseph. rMflever and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Adeline, are visiting relatives In
iM-rs. Julia IMdOredie and eon, Mr.
iah rvicCredie. are vtisltiug rela-
es in Orlando.
iwias the -guesdf her son, Mr. W. K
"7. Jf; : T t yJji 1 LMr. and .Mrs. O. H. Rogers and
days (before joining her hushond "Inlf- )T,0 rr.
spent today in stowm visiting their
ttelf RfttiiWTTTfer ia tapemding a j
few days in Jacksonville, going es- ' t t
.tw rinM- tih ",mriM." Nerw has Ibeen. .received of the seTl-
I .. - .a. I wn 1thps ruf iRiov- T. J. INixJon. at
. n,ho iw".nian is iDeinig present ea vumntsu-i; ai -- -
prize. The l his tome in .Tallahassee.
tune isuvsii luntra.i'ox v
LAICE T3m W. C T. IT.
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You I7iil Tclit; Encirjli.oi Cz?- 33
We will thank you. Our drivers trill thank you.
And if the teams could talk they. would thank you, too fcr hclpir;;
to lighten the load on the' heaviest day of "tho wecli, which Is a day cf
rest for nearly everybody but this icelnHn of yours
Iff f. 1'
fMrs. J. (R. Whiteside and aii ss
Josie WiMiams have as their guest 1
tiheir niece. Mrs. Cooper and' (little The Lake W ir W. C. .r. u. met
rire-fiiter from Arcadia. Mrs. Cooper Octoher 2nd acid the presiaent oe-
nvas formerly IMiss velyh.- Pelot, and dng ateesnit, !Mir&. iSlgmpn iwas appoint-
young ladies. song omdl sOripiture reading r eight
' memibera ansiwerted (to the roll wall i
Mrs. GylVan McElroy and hand- The imtoutes Of aast imeetin'g jwere
some little son .were joined io tthls mead and approved,
sity Monday by Dr. Bylvan McEillroy, A letter from Mfee Keal ahout send-
who has Ibeen for some tiime in ,tmg fruit to the National Conveniton
Rochester, Minnv They xeturned to iwas "ire!ad.! V: ;-.-- Lf :;Uvv:
! tihr ihhimft in Orlando yesterday, A discussion (follb-'ed tthe freadlng
motoring thru the countrj' in their Of ithe j Ibove mentioned 'letter and
bis machinee' ai Union (kindly accepted a -box of
I will give fifty dollars as first payment on one of those $100 lots
In Marion Heights, and one chance on that
$1,000 Premium louse and Lot
to the man or woman, boy or girl, writing the best poem on the
CDM FasMoini (Sarrlcp
cairrying out the thought as a means of reducing the high cost of
Poem to contain not over twenty lines.
m W w tfc I .jrrjiniH II I'll IL II11JII1 Llll. LlUAIL tOUJAA IW
. ,. 'r o"ir. ,(.
We see ibv he Attflonta Ajmierican ed to pay the (express on same.
that Miss; Sarah fceart'" Martin, an A iresa-gnatiOn twos read Ifrom the
Ocala girals 'secretary of the junior president, Mrs. Tteed. All onleanlbers
i class of Washington Seminary of ipsresent expressed rtheir iregrets and
"that city. ; decided ItO aeovO 4he matter open
- "f"? 7 lunitil the next -meeting.
The young a-adies of the Philathea at was moved and carried to have
class o ;f the Baptist Sunday school a call- (meeting on October ;29fch to
had aimost successful candy sale at appoint officers.
the bandstand Saturday afternoon. A letter jwas read from Mrs. AVasn-
They hod some delicious candy and iburn concerning the rest room dur-
were Qiberally patronized. "ing the Marion County Fair on the
.fair g-rounds and the Union voted
The hosts of friends of Mr. H. M. I to ireply that it was 5n hearty ac-
Hampton are pleased to (learn- (that cord with the plans and was -willing
he has sufficiently recovered from to help.
his recent illness .to he at his home (Mrs. Hast took charge of the sub sub-again,
again, sub-again, after a f eSw days spent at the ject for the day.
Marion County Hospital. A committee was appointed to see
,if the president would not recon recon-iMr.
iMr. recon-iMr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski are sider her resignation.
home from their visit to Tampa. Minnie P. Albertson,
Th ladies' 'missionary societv of The very latest INITIAL STA-
. .v- rtfu: t jw 'uva tc I TrrtVRRY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
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Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis Cincinnati, Louisville, zzi
intermediate points to Jacksonville. -; -1
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
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THE OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1914
t IM te-- B-tm mm
Inside and Outside
If von would be
healthy, strong and
happy. Baths kcw-p the skin
clean and in good condition. But
. i I 1 ..! 1
Trnai aout we insiae oi tii3 uoay
You can no more afford to neglect it
... T I A
than the outsiae. it is ju3t as import-
iint that the fvstem be cleansed of the poisonous
im purities caused by weakness of the digestive organs
or by iaactivity of the liver.
Golden 'Medical Discovery
(In Tablet or Liquid Form)
Cleanses the t7.;tem end more. It puts the liver in cuch a condition of
health that it purifies th blood--as it should. It help3 the stomach
digest food so that it makes good blood rich, red Lod to nourkh and
ctrengthen all the orpans.
You roay avail yourself of ita tonic, revivifying influence by getting a
bottle or a box of tablets from your medicine dealer or send 50c for a
trial box. Address as below.
if) T Dr Pierce'a Common Sense Medical Adviser" a French cloth bound book, of
F Ik I4 I4 1008 pasrea on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to cover mailing char.res. Address
J. IXl&U pr. v.M. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
.IkYTTLKSHIP IS UKST
International iXews Service Dispatch
by Archibald Hurd
Uon'don, Oct. 28. Neither Words
nor acts have convinced the respon responsible
sible responsible naral. authorities of the Unit United
ed United States that the submarine has
doomed the battleship extinction; nor
do they agTee (with (those who would
ftvarn the nations against putting
"too imany eggs in one basket." In
their opinion the -great battleship
still (holds tihe se'as as the supreme
arbiter of the destiny of maritime
?powers. This after t wo months of
m avail warfare, during -the course of
which the submarine lhas acfiiieved
no slight success! The work which
She iBriiitrish navy is doing and
hopes to do in elucidating naval
problems ileaves the 'Americans cold.'
Orders have been placed l for two
"We Treat Your Clothes White.".
Bough Dry Work Done 0 Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles washed
by hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND 11EPAIKING in
! I U 1 1 LI
17. Ft.. King Ave.
satisfied with a rate of steaming not
-very much greater than that of the
newest and best equipped 'under 'underwater
water 'underwater craft. :
These two new battleships when
complete -with stores and Uiterauni Uiterauni-tion
tion Uiterauni-tion and ready for oommii&kming,
will represent an? ; expenditure of
$15,000,000 each. iFor this outlay
the lAmenlican navy will gain a Abroad Abroad-side
side Abroad-side of kwent-ifour guns. ( 14-inch ),
cnrawing a (projectile or huu pounas
with sufficient tforce to 'penetrate 12
inches of the hardest armor at nearly
two miles range- Each gam repre represents
sents represents $ 75 6,000, calculating: on the
(basis of the ibroadsMe Are. It need
(hardly Ibe added that in these bat battleships,
tleships, battleships, which will Iburn oil only by
idhe (wayteTaborate fpfrovision is be be-dug
dug be-dug im'ade to protect them tooth (from
(attack by Submarines and ibombs
'dropped if ram airships or &eapttanes.
Tfae peril of the Ibig ehfp is not ig ignored
nored ignored ; a. war is in progress wihi oh
tiattlesihips, just as though 'the sub
marine (had never been beard of. The 1 (may eftavr th'at it is gTeater than
contstrniction of these tlwo vessels with tittotight -indeed as great las iAdmir iAdmir-one
one iAdmir-one other to be .paid tfor partly out ( tad QiT Percy Scott 'dedlatres namd yet
of ithe money (paid by Greece .for the these Mervel iha'ded -Americans are in-
t3wo obsolesoenft ships she. acquired
this (sprAh'g, iwas, at is true, authoriz
ed in the (last session oif Congress, it
was anticipated, nowever, tnat me
vestin'g $18,000,000 in (two of ithe ibi g-
gest fbattleshipis ever dreamed of by
tmian, idirectly contiraTy to the views
Iilaicing of the contracts wxuKd ;be de- only ItJhat are tgiving them a speed of
layed oinltil the constructors now, in only about 21 ikinots.
Ehurope stud'yinig ulavial efvents or j Some peopHe are tnervous tas to the
rather awTaating nail events reaHy (fate ox our iDiattleships in the ;wur.
worth study WsCd ga,ined a;Il ithe in-, Tihe (decision of ithe Ameiricam naval
iforamMok oibttoi liable bearing on anat- J officers iwtfio teve studied siibrmiarines
tors of design. Not at all. The naval Oion'ger than we have, may 'give them
authorities decided to tforge ahead a 'meaisuire of KnMence. aioreover,
and put in hanJd at once the ibuHMing 'our preponderanoe to suHimaTine craft
of all ItJhsree battleships tflor iwhidh itihey over Getnman'y is ratlher greater than
have received authority; tihe hird ds our magain of strength inf daead-
to Ibe (laid 'ddwn in, a government nousghta. ? Bo in any event seem to)
yara. fimey najve aeienniaea noi w( ce on tne tngnst siae. 'we uo iweu iu
elf Jtlhe tmodemte dimenjsiotti3, und not
f '- ' U '" "wmm w 111 1 ui .! urn i jui mi ii i i j i . i m
m 1 M' jft li y V awaa Ofc-.i -- I j
A LdtrniP- I,
Flour and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
BUT U You Couldn't
IIA1E STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.
Crystal River, Fla. '.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
g OYSTER CO.
Crystal River, Fla.
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by installing
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon, lamps
Ahey will give three times the light.
Come in ancl let us demonstrate.
E Wo TUCK1SM :
No. 9 North 3Iain 8treet
iwait for tih'e ilong-anfticipated (battle
in the iXartlh Sea, oomvlnbed, apipar apipar-enitly
enitly apipar-enitly ttlhait rwhen it idoesr dome it will
still Heave the battleship onlstress of
the sea despite destroyers, sulbma-
reodItoct tihait ;the onQiy notable suc suc-cesa
cesa suc-cesa oif the German. snlbmaTinea In? the
ipast (two monlths twere adhieved oinider
favorable clroufmsftances, iwhSdh are
not diktefiy ito reooeun 4 Tdi'e time is
Tines, Zepplins, and seaplanes -aJll of, iiot irilpe (for any dogmatic statdments
rtlhem icarry tdeiadJly ajrm'aimentis. : j as to tlhe role of the srulhlntiainine, de-
But even more remarlkable than spite Xdetut.-Cotmniander Gfax CrTortton's
thlis decision ds the ifasat tihat the new
tbattlesb'ips are to 'Mick oreation' in
size and (power, but not 5n speed.
They iwdill displace SometiMng ap ap-'proadhinig
'proadhinig ap-'proadhinig ihwi'ce tihe amount of rwater
of our original tdreadnoai'gb, com-
'pleted only eight years ago, ithe ton
nage oif each of these mastodons .will
!be no less tihan '32,000, whereas our
name ;ship oif the mew era was of
orally 1 7,900 tons. This one domipari-
son wtiltl convey sonne lidea oifjwhat
lAimerican naval officers tlhiimk of the
arguments adrvianlced in Ifavor.oif ships
of '(moderate Idlmensions.' They
hlave ibuHt ibattleslhips s'maail and.ibat and.ibat-tleships
tleships and.ibat-tleships big, amd ithey declare-"give
us Ibattledhiips Ibigger, suibmanine or
teo sulbmarine." .'".. -i
fThe increase In dilacemient on
(the other iside of the 'Atlantilc has
;far outstTiippeid anything tlh!at our
naval authorities, iwlho ihave the cred credit
it credit of initrodiDcttog tthe dreadnought
ihave 'proposed. It was ondy Iby iheer
godd (fortune tChat twe got 'the fir&t
Idreaidnouglhit afloat- Tlhfe (AnnerdJcans
lhad realized tshe deveilopmenit wias in in-eviitible,
eviitible, in-eviitible, had had a (design (prepared
amd rwere .waitiing if or iCbn'gress tto say,
"Yes" iwheh Uord IFiisiher sailed in,
tlaid idiowai- ifour ships, ibuilt .them with
reat secrecy, and thus obtained a
(lead wlhich we ihave never Qost.
"Thanik Gdd ifor our food, cheap Ifood
an'd (titie (BrditJish navy." Credit ought
to ibe tpaid ito he Almerioan: navy de de-partment
partment de-partment for its iforesight. It just
Jmissed the distinetilon Of Ibeinig first
in klreaidnought 'construction.
Tlhis, hbwever, Is flo wander away
If irorni the soibject iwihitoh is the Inerase
in size of 'American direaJdnoughts,
fbougfh 'America "knows as anutih' albout
tsubimarlnes as we do and a great
deal more !than the Germans- Tiey
iwili not (listen to the argumenlts tbas-
ed oh the danger'of iplacing too many
eggs in one basket. The upward
anovemenit of tdisiplasoement on the
other side of the lAMantic has, flndeed,
been very (remarkable.
LAt first Ithe Americans were sat satisfied
isfied satisfied with an- Jll-dnch anmore'd belt
now they are satisfied with nothing
less than 16 inch- .There were only
two torpedo tubes in the earlier
shi, taind sdm'e maval 'ofRcetis nrged
rtftiat there sihonld be no more, now
there are Ifour all submerged f or
the -discharge of the 21 inch torpedo;
with '300 tpounids of high explosive,
and a range of about 8,000 yards.
Pos&Sbly the m'ost remarkaole -fea-
iture of the new ibattiles'hi'ps which
will sdosely resemble the Pennsyl
vania and her sister ship now on the
stocks is that, in spite of the doubl
ing of the displacement, there has
been little or no advance in speed ;
though triple expansion engines .have
(been displaced by turbines, the rate
of steaming of. the newest "ships is
caUcu'Iafted to ibe about twenty-one
iknots only. If the nfaval jwar has
iproveid or seemed' to tpr'ove One
thing more than another, i t is that, the
idefenee of a big shdp against sub submarines
marines submarines OSes in speed, s!peed, speed.
For this and other reasons the tend
ency for .high speed is observable in
the 'design of the latesti German
ships, and yet the United States,
though it is ibuiilddng the most colos colossal
sal colossal Ibattleships in the world., remains
Glaring exsplaiits, and evidently Amer American
ican American inaval officers are '.still .un'oon .un'oon-viniced
viniced .un'oon-viniced that the day, of the, battle battleship
ship battleship is over.
A HEAVY BURDEN
A Bad Back Makes Life? Miserable
for Many Ocala People
A bad back is heavy burden.
A burden at night when bedtime
Just as ibothersome in the morning.
Ever try Ttoan's Kidney Pills for
it? : 1
Know they are for kidney back-
ache -jand. for other kidney Ills?
; .If you don't some Ocala people
Read a case of It
Mrs: CM. A. Frost of 423 Broadway,
Ocala says: "For a dong time I suf suffered
fered suffered from kidney trouble. I had a
dull pain in my back and if I caught
cold or got my feet wet, I was worse.
I couldn't rest well at night and got
up in .the morning feeling tired and
depressed. I was also troubled by
dizziness and was in bad shape when
I got Toan's Kidney Pills at the
Carlisle Drug Co. In a few days they
brought me relief and continued use
cured me." r
Price -50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a, kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mrs. Frost had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo. N. Y. Adll.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution
al remedies. "Dea f ness i s cansed by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the (Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you can bear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it 4s entirely closed, deaf
ness Is the result, end unless the In Inflammation
flammation Inflammation can Ibe taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In Inflamed
flamed Inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
'Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
Brick City Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, cloGirig ;
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.
whio owns the dwelling -the business property -tliat Btandj
In your name?
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it Involves the origin ni:d
the development of individual ownership In land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any dc2.nl to rr.rt
of the earth. : nomadic tribes camped over particular sections cf
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plcntl-
ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy cf psrtici:
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Care of the Feet.
This !s the time of year when many
people wear low shoes as a matter of
necessity and of comfort. For the in individual
dividual individual who is annoyed with excess excessive
ive excessive perspiration, or the sensitiveness
that comes from our alkali dust, the
formula used in the German army for
"sweating and sore" feet ie helpful.
This is as follows : Salicylic acid,
three parts; magnesium silicate, 87
parts, any bland powder to make 100
parts. If you are a tenderfoot and
can arrange the time at noon, a hot
soapy foot bath, fresh stockings and
different shoes add greatly to one's
Three skeletons apparently of pre
historic folk, one of whom must have
stood about ten feet high were un unearthed
earthed unearthed by laborers digging founda
tions for cottages at isart county,
Louth. Ireland. The skull of the
skeleton was entire, and measured
eighteen inches from the crown to
the chin, and the leg bones and teeth
were abnormally large. The skeletons
were in seoerate i:rave3- ;
A good one-horse load for . ; - C
4 A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for
io liiciis iu ieiiyui, uiuiiiciit sizus, it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Cash on Delivery.
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First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
DOINGS OF THE
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.il pounds best I lice
1 qt good Florida Syrup. .
1 bottle good Fla Syrup.
Irish potatoes ier pk. .
BACON per pound
." gallons oil
Everything cheap for cash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
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way I gradually learned many things
besides the meaning of the individual
word in question among ot!er things,
how to nse a dictionary, and the great
pleasure and advantage there might
be in the use of the dictionary.
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convenience to have this, which is so
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as to leave. In most cases, little to be
desired." Albert S. Cook,Ph.DLL.D..
Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Univ. April 28,1911.
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tions being realized. Catarrh may be
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inates contaminates the food just entering the blood.
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CjpHERE IS NOTHING OF GREATER IMPORTANCE TO US THAN THE
J I PROSPERITY OF OUR COMMUNITY
O PROSPERITY AT HOME IS BASED ON LOCAL BUSINESS
If our local merchants and storekeepers transact a large volume of busi business
ness business their prosperity is communicated to every person in the entire com community.
munity. community. The values of our real estate increase. Wages are Increased. There is
more money in circulation and it is more readily obtained for purposes of
expansion, paying for improvements, buying luxuries, etc.
In every way we can discover better conditions' on all sides when our
business men are busy.
There is every reason in the world why we should spend our cash at
home Instead of sending it to the big cities. By keeping It In circulation In
our home community we profit in many ways.
But if we send our money to the mail order houses, that is the last we
hear of it. If enough money is sent to the mail order houses from our com community
munity community we may easily put our local merchants out of business. By diverting
our trade from our local storekeepers we can make it impossible for them
to maintain their stores.
Every dollar sent out of our town to the mail order houses detracts just
so much from our own individual prosperity, as well as from the prosperity
of the storekeepers and from the community in general.
Think of the consequences if we should all send to the mail order
houses for our necessities and our luxuries. How long would it be before
our local merchants would have the "closing out sale' signs on their doors,
to be followed by the "for sale" signs on the stores themselves?
AND WHEN THE BUSINESS HOUSES ARE ALL ADVERTISED FOR
SALE WHAT WILL BE THE VALUE OF OUR OWN HOUSES AND LOTS?
Such conditions have actually prevailed In some communities. It has
happened that the citizens became "mail-order-mad" and sent to .the big cit cities
ies cities for the greater part of their merchandise. The local merchants aban abandoned
doned abandoned the field, because there was no business there for them. The burden'
of taxation fell on the various property owners, because there were no busi business
ness business concerns to bear the big proportion which generally falls to their share.
Property values decreased until there were no bidders for undesirable real
estate. The town became dead. V
In the meantime the head of a big mail order house In Chicago was
drawing an Income of over a million and a quarter dollars, made possible by
the business received by his concern, by mail, from such communities as the
one above described and from our own community, as well as from others!
all over the United States. a
Every dollar of this enormous Income was diverted from storekeepers
in small communities. Every dollar sent in to that great mail order concern,
amounting to hundreds of "millions of dollars annually, detracted from the
prosperity of some community, struggling to become a center of population,
but retarded by the short-sig:htedness of the citizens who sent their money
out of town in preference to helping towards the prosperity of their own
Of course, It' was all done unthinkingly. Those who sent their dollars
to the mail order house did. not stop to consider that these same dollars
would add to the prosperity of the home, community if expended at home.
They did not stop to. reason that by helping those in their own community
they would be best advancing their own interests.
THIS COMMUNITY NEEDS YOUR HELP. YOU NEED THE HELP
OF EVERY DOLLAR IN ORDER TO MAKE A BETTER COMMUNITY IN
WHICH TO LIVE. YOU NEED THE PROSPERITY OF THIS COMMUNITY
TO MAKE YOUR PROPERTY OF GREATER VALUE AND TO GIVE YOU
THE BENEFITS OF A BETTER COMMUNITY IN WHICH TO MAKE
YOUR HOME BRIGHTER, MORE DESIRABLE AND WORTH MORE IN
DOLLARS AND CENTS.
We must all consider these matters. We must stop and think, before
sending our dollars to the mail orojer houses, that our co-operation is neces necessary
sary necessary to the upbuilding of our community and that, for our own selfish ad advantages,
vantages, advantages, even with no other motive, we must patronize home institutions
and keep our dollars at home so that they can work for the advancement of
our own prosperity.
We will all find that it is a fact, when we considei the question from
every view point, that we can buy as cheaply and as profitably from our local
merchants as from a mail order house, and we then know what w,e are buy buying,
ing, buying, instead of buying a "pig in a poke."
Weirsdale, October 27. We are
told that there will be a general
merchandise store at Stanton sooa.
That part of the lake edge seems to
be attracting attention just now.
With a store, a Teal estate office and
new settlers coming and now the op opening
ening opening of the postoffi'ce, with
iMiss Lytle in dharge, Stanton can well
say we are
etting 'busy.' Success
to you. j
Rev. J. A. Logan was away last I
week attend tog the .fall meeting of
the (Florida Prestbytery at Kissdtaimee.
'He returned home in time to fill his
ipulplt at Center iHill last Bunlday.
IMessr?. iM-iltori 'Alibertsou and Paul
Smid, of South .Lake Weir, were in
fMr. John Torney, miho is vMting
(hiis daughter, tMrs. A. (M. Reed, trans trans-acted
acted trans-acted 'business at iEast Lake Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Captain J. B. Qrartin, of Okilawaha,
iwas ihere on ibusiness Saturday.
Our "former fellowtOiWTigman. Mr.
Joe iRast, of IDeesburg, visited with
hi3 "brother and family "between
The following (persons twere trad traders
ers traders in the "Brick City" 'Saturday:
Dir. 'Frank Lytic -Mr. and iMrs. AV. B.
Coggings. Mr. and (Mrs. E. Schnitz Schnitz-ler
ler Schnitz-ler and IMr. and Mrs. 'W. iH. ickley.
QLrs. 'A. CM. Reed and father, Mr.
John Torney, and IMr. Wm. 5m id
transacted (business in Ocala 'Monday. J
Mr. rwim. Ailsop returned Qlonday
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 284 1014
; 5 ;
iporited that the (war has affected bus business
iness business in the city very anuoh.
Mr. Allan. Cameron returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday (from 'his Canada trip. His
aged mother, whom 'he 'brought iback
.with ihlim, stood the trip nicely and
is truly glad to (be !back in the Flori Florida
da Florida home. s
iMr. J. (R. Altaian; wtho spent the
week-end witih ihis iwife in iBustis, re returned
turned returned IMonday to resume 'his ;work.
He says that tourists are coming m-
i to lEustis early this fall.
I ITihe Douglass ;Brqs. are planning
to Ibuild ahout 40 .-miles of 'phone
llin as Rrmn 'as the iwork can be
j d:cne con.necting ,South Lake Weir,
I Lady Lake, 'East Lake, Stanton and
!Mayville iwith Weirsdale. A 'worthy
Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 94.
All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed fully.
11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
Tl M A 1
lM THE. CXXAJJ
MR- VAN LOON.'
on OOT Carpein-
I Si WASBNt?
VHJ l WANT
MIT MY c'LEfijv
Candler, Oct, 26. .Thn Candler
senior baseball team met the Belle Belle-'view
'view Belle-'view team Saturday5 lafterateon on
the Tauters fdiajrn'on'i f or a match
gaime, iwhi'ch resulted in a viciJoritous
'-score (for 'Beltevdew.
iRev. and Mlr& iE. G. McKlnley re re-turneid
turneid re-turneid (Friday mounting (from attend attending
ing attending the Presbytery tin sessd&n at 'Or 'Orlando.
lando. 'Orlando. iMar. and Mrs. iScaaiesidale paid Fruit Fruit-land
land Fruit-land Park a (business visit dast week.
Mr. E. X. .'Die'lJong was a !buslnes
svis'itar t'o Webster kluring the past
IMrs. George Yancy ami lattle
daughJteir," .Mary" E'llzaifreiMi, left Sat Sat-UircTay
UircTay Sat-UircTay imorndng to join Dr. Yancy in
the&r tome 4n (Rio Da Janeiro, Brazil,
s. a. ... :
JTcihn Driever, n student in the
ninth jgrad'e, carried off the 'honors
the (past anion th in. schblarshlip, ihav ihav-ing
ing ihav-ing made the highest percentage,
97. ; :.
Mrs. John iMathteiws, iwho has ibeen
quilte 1S11 'for the ipast week, is im improving.
Mrs. Lucy Freeraan is having im improvements
provements improvements made on the interior of
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Light yohr automobile with elec electric
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Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
MARION-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge rco. 19, F. &
A. M., meets, on the first and third
Thursday. evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad :
ORDER OF EASTERX STAR
Ocala Chapter, -No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W .M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.f
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Win, Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. bf R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always -welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No.' 699, L. O. M..
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoflicc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.
'Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary- Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E.
J x ITT'l i 1 l I
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
it to Father to Ixnow
THEY WCMT LET
ME fSST AND THey
Won't me. wcrkJ
'TherMonagemeni of Dli-McCLANE;
Medical. Surgical, Hydropciiilc
a.; yHft-..and:; Electric IncIIlufe ;
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.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:50 P. M.x PHONC 33
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I UK OCAU KVK.SLNO STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1914
REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES
The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the several
funds, for the six months ending June 30th, 1914, with the balances and
the amount of .warrants outstanding and a statement of the assets and lia liabilities
bilities liabilities and the value of the property of Clarion county, on the 30th day of
of June 1014, as reported by county commissioners and clerk of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of said 'Marion county, is hereby published under the provis provisions
ions provisions of Chapter 64 28, Laws of 1913.
W. V. Knott. Comptroller.
Treasurer's Balance, Dec. 31, 1913 $ 25.10
Warrants Outstanding Last Report $29,737.83
Erors in Listing in last report 2,045.63 27,692.18
Deficit Dec. SI, 1913 $27,667.02
Receipts Jan. 1 to June 30, 1914:
Prom Taxes ... .. $ 7,532.81
Tax Redemptions . 99.8ft
Railroad and Telegraph Co. taxes. . . 3,487.82
iHire State Convicts . .. 736.80
(Rent of 'Armory 60.00
iFiling sFees Candidates '. 537.90 $13,367.88
Making (Deficit).. V $14,299.14
Disbursements, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1014:
Salary ot Olerk of the Circuit Court as
County 'Auditor and Clerk to Coutny Com-
mmissioners. $ 570.00
Per Diem and iMileage of Commissioners....' 450.60
Supervisor of Registration 1,071.60
Repairs to County iBuilding:
Court House .. 51.68
Jail .. . 11.87
Expenses of County iBuildlngs:
Janitors and other attendants 305.50
Light and Feul and Water 237.29
Allowances made to Paupers ....... 927.25
Coroner's Inquests: Fees of Officers, Jurors
and 'Witnesses 140.20
Insanity Inquiries: Fees of Officers and Commit Committees
tees Committees .i. .! 106.95
County Physician 300.00
Stationery and Printing:
Oeneral Stationery, Blanks etc. 321.04
Record of iBooTls .. .j 64.00
(Advert! si rig (Required toy Law and paid
'for toy (the County 264.10
Commissions Paid to Officers:
Tax Collector. ........... 1,485.04
County Treasurer . 831.29
Sheriff, general court work, . . ... . . .t. 643.73
Olerk Circuit Court, recording arid 'general
court (work . . ....... .-. .. . .r 29.65
Expenses of Primary 'Election . 341.55
County Judge, (fees, ., 10.30
. Ferryman cund Bridge Tenders . 698.00
Postage ...... . . 155.65
tHospital Donation .. ... ...... ........ 125.00
Oaunty Agent .. .. 87.50
Tomato Club Work 1 100.00
Interest .. .... 1,194.19
Jailor . ...... . 300.00
Total Disbursements . ... $12,915.69
Deficit June 30, 1914 ... .... $27,214.83
Warrants Outstanding, June 30, 1914 ...... 27,220.69
Treasurer s Balance, June ju, 1914
FIXE AND FORFEITURE FUND
Treasurer's BaJarice, Dex;. 31, 1913
Warrants Outstanding 360.79
Less Warrants Cancelled .. .. 49.20
Deficit, !Dec. 3 1, 19 13 .
Receipts, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1014:
From Taxes .$2,940.72
Tax iRed'em'prtions . .'. 39.91
iRailroad and Telegraph Co. Taxes 1,359.12
(Hire SCate Convicta. . t . . 736.80
Fines and Costs.. 2,307.04
Disbursements, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1914:
Sheriff, Cost fills in Criminal Cases $1,391.45
Constables, Cost JBi lis in Criminal Cases 176.50
Clerk of the Circuit ?onirt Cost Bills in Orim-
inail Castes-..' 41.59
County Judge ..... 244.57
Justice of the Peace 156.30
County ProsecuHing Attorney, Conviction 'Fees.. 150.00
Bailiffs, Pay 'for Attendance 1.00
.Witness 'Fees. .... . 826.95
Court Stenographer in Insolvency Cases 45.10
Other Expenses of Criminal Prosecutions ..... 102.95
Sheriff's Commission on Fines, etc., Collected.. 70.29
-Feeding iPrisioncr ... 1,250.90
Transportation ptalid for, and discharge -money
(paid to County Convicts "worked on the roads 196.00
Pay of Jurors in Criminal Cases, County and
Justice Peace Courts 204.00
Salary of Judge of Juvenile Court 25.40
Treasurer's Commissions 6.99
Cost of Material 234.57
Tools and 'Machinery, cost and repairs.. .. .. 2,827.74
Live Stock, cost and care and feeding. .... 4,SS0.3i
Paid for free Labor, other than guards 5,495.22
Pay of Convict Guards.. .. .. ...... .. 645.11
Feeding and Care of Convicts on 'Roads....... 3,040.98
Payments on account of roads Built iby Contract 27.50
Paid to Incorporated Cities and Towns...... 2,975.16
Treasurer's Commissions. . 32.40
Road Tax Refunded. . .. ... 3.00
Error in fast report of Warrants Outstanding. 87.00
Interest .... ". ........ 3,837.60
Deficit, June 30, 1914
Warants Outstanding, June 30, 1914.... ..
Treasurer's 'Balance, June 30, 1914
SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT XO. J
Treasurer's Balance, Dec. 31, 1913,, ..$167.47
Receipts, Jan. 1, to June 30, 1914,. ... ... . 759.58 $927.07
Disbursements: Laying out road
Net Balance, June 30, 1914-.
Warrants Outstanding, June 30, 1914....
Treasurer's Balance, June 30, 1914
Treasurer's Balance, Dec .31, 1913 . ..... ...
Warrants Outstanding, Dec. 31, 1913.. ..
Deficit, Dec. 31, 1913... .. .. .......
Receipts, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1914. . ...........
Making Deficit . . . .....
Disbursements .Well at Jail . .$230.15
Treasurer's Commissions 6.03
Interest.. .. .. ............. 493.83
Warrants Outstanding, June 30, 1914
Treasu rer's Balance Ju n e 30, 1914
Treasurer's Balance, June 30, 1914 ..
Receipts, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1914i. .... .
Transfered to Road 'Fund .,. 15,799.80
$ .' .89
Treasurer's Balance, June 30, 1914. .
Treasurer's Balance, Dec 31, 1913
Warrants Outstanding. . . . ..........
Deficit, Dec. 31, 19 la.
... $ : 1 ,'5 5 9 .53
Receipts, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1014:
iFrom Taxes ... . . $23,159.49
Tax Redemptions. ... 279.57
BJailroad and Telegraph Co., taxes . ... . 9,513.89
Interest Common Skihool Fund. ... . . . 2,172.60
L aiill State Tax 3,540.00
Tuition County LinePupils . ... ". ..... 107.00
' Insurance Orange Springs School. ..... .
Payment Ft. McCoy SdhooK
(Sale oif Dstray Qrule
Collection for 'No. 208 .. . . .-. .-. . .
Transferred if ram Special Tax 'Districts. .
Refund fey Architect
Sale Bonds 'Distsrict No. 5 .............
Loans.. .. .. 17,800.00 $68;967.40
Disbursements, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1014:
(Salaries of Teachers. . . .$20,993.50
Purdhase of iSOhoOl Lots . 159.66
iSew iBuildlngs. ..... 30,478.34
Repairs to Buildings . ..
Apparatus . .... . .
Insu rance .
Free Booiks. ....
Transportation of Pupils . .
Incidentals (for Schools
Salary of Superintendent ,V .
Clerks Superintendent's Office . ... . .
Traveling (Expenses, Supefinten'dent . . .
Commissions of Treasurer. .... .
Per iDiem iMileags, Board! . ..............
Incidentals for Board and Superintendent.
Expenses of Examinations. . . : . .
Error Warrants Outstanding. .50
6 $5.0 6
574.0 56.10-574.0 810.00
Total Disbursements . '..
Deficit, June 30, 1914 .. .. .. . v
Warrants Outstanding, June 30, 1914. ... ... . ...
sNet Balance, June 50, 1914 .
Warrants Outstanding .
Trea'sure's Balance, June 30, 1914. ... .-
Treasurer's Balance, Dec. 31, ;1 913 .....
Warrants Outstanding, 'Dec. 31,1913..
Deficit, Dec. 31, 1913. ........
Keceipts, Jan. 1 to June 30. 1014:
From' Taxes $14,854.25
Auto -Licenses. . ; 179.50
Tax -Redemptions 199.67
tRailroad and Telegraph Co., Taxes.... 6,795.64
Hire County Convicts 1,636.14
.Road Taxes 1,284.75
Sale 2 Wagon Beds. 10.00
Transfer from Indebtedness Fund 15,799.80 $ 40,759.75
flaking (Deficit) 4
Disbursements, Jan. 1 to June 30, 1014:
Salaries of Road Superintendents and Overseers $2,514.80
Paid to County Commissioners for rod inspection 203.00
County Engineer 750.00
Treasurer's Balance, June 30, 1914 $ 2,782.78
ASSETS AND LIABDIilTIES, LRION COUNTY, JUNE 30, 1014
Treasurer's Balance .$13,318.52
Uncollected Taxes 2,586.23
Kelly-Springfield Roa'd Roller Co...'1.....
. .... .$169,061.23
VALUE OF COUNTY PROPERTY
Court 'House V - $100,000.00
School House .. ...... 59,560.00
Old Jail .V .V .v..!"!. 2,000.00
Armory.. .. .. ... ........... : 6,000.00
Prisons and Vans . .. .. ,2,000.00
Tools and iMachlnery. ... . 10,000.00
Lime Deposit ... . . '. 2,000.00
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C. L.s depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West
Post Box 518.. Local or!
Long Di&tance .Phone, 33
mows mae mm auss
44 Johnny's Place
AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail 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 OP GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. (jJJ gQ
Good Old 80 Proof Bye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon.. 2.00
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
$ 1 .75
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
PONY BUGGY WANTED
Make my 'place your headquarters while in the city. You will be
-welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at : Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
Mim To MffilMSEo-
ENGLAND GETS WORK OF ART
"Old Matter" Said to H ave Been
Picked Up by Chance at Bale of
An "Old Master" was recently ac
quired by an English art lover from a
continental collection. That is, in indeed,
deed, indeed, a bo rare event, at a time when
English owners of precious works
tumble over each other in their eager eagerness
ness eagerness to unload their treasures In re return
turn return for American gold, that Mr. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Cook's capture of the famous
Venetian portrait of Caterina Corn Corn-are,
are, Corn-are, queen of Cyprus, from the Crespi
collection in Milan, cannot fail to
cause widespread satisfaction in the
tight little island. ; The picture has
been variously attributed to Glorglone,
to Titian, to Licinio, and to other Ven Venetian
etian Venetian .masters. The best expert opin opinion
ion opinion is now divided between the two
former attributions, Mr. Berenson hav having
ing having declared in favor of Titian, and
Mr. Cook himself of Giorgione. But
these differences of opinion cannot af affect
fect affect the fact that the picture is oneof
the triumphs of the. finest period Kof
Venetian art. It bears on a parapet
an inscription of which only the let letters
ters letters "T. V." (Titiano Vecelli) can be
distinguished. Until this inscription
can be proved a' forgery the picture
may safely be assumed to be an early
work by the great Titian, when he
was still under the influence of Giorgione.
Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or buggy. Alust he in good condi condition
tion condition and quite a light one. Apply at
Star office. 10-15-tf
APPLY SLOAN'S TTtEELY FOR
Your attacks of himoago are not
nearly so nopeless as they seem.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the back and 'loins.
Lumnago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields iperfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all in thru the
sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of Sloan's 'Liniment for 25
cents of any druggist and have it tn
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, tout it
does give almost instant relief
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is ihereiby given ItJo all icredi icredi-ftors,
ftors, icredi-ftors, jlegaitees, distmlibutees, amd all
other ipersons (harving olaf m or de de-tnmn'ds
tnmn'ds de-tnmn'ds against fthe estate of (Briscilla
Cody, deceased to present the same
duly pToven, to ttfae -undersigned with within
in within two years from '"this date, to-mlii
This 23rd day of October, A. iD, 1914.
IF. P. Oadson,
Ais Adiministraltors of tne Estate of
Prisoilla Cody, deceased.
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS OX
Notice is hereby given that until
the ,": i v.-',
9th Day of November, 1914,
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, sealed
bids for the erection of a public
school building at Citr a, Olaxion
county, Florida, will foe received by
the 'Board of 'Public Instruction for
the county of jMarion, tate of (Flor (Florida,
ida, (Florida, said 'building to be according to
plan and specifications now on file
at the office of the secretary of said
board, in Ocala, Florida. Said plans
and specifications may be seen at the
office of the said board at any time,
and copies thereof may the obtained
from E. C. Hosford, architect, by
application to nini at nis office in
Eastman, Georgia, and making de de-posit
posit de-posit of twenty ($20) dollars. A
certified check payable to the order
of the said board r equal to five per
cent, of the amount thereof "must
accompany each bid. Bids will be
received on the general building con contract,
tract, contract, including heating and plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, or on the building contract
alone, or on the heating and plumb plumbing
ing plumbing alone. All communications
should be addressed to J. H. Brinson,
Secretary, 0eala;Fla. 10-7-5-d-vved
Angles and ;
Of All Kind
All Hard Woods.
Built to ;
Boilers and i
Tanks Built V
Pumps for all
For Road Work at r.ll
JACilsmiVTLLE ; FLORIDA
' Tit "i Imfc i
s f r i
In ft, little book design for expectant
mothers more complete instruction is
given In the use of
This Is an .. external
to the abdominal
muscles for. the pur purpose
pose purpose of reducing:
the etraln on liga ligaments,
ments, ligaments, cords and
It serves to easa
has a most beneficial effect upon tha
nervous system and thousands of women
nave delightedly told how they were free
of nausea, had no morning: sickness and
went through the ordeal with most' re remarkable
markable remarkable success. "Mother's Friend" has
been growing: in popular favor for more
than forty years. In almost every com
munitV are CTandr-r.Hir wtirt If-
themselves, their daughters have used It
and they certainly must know what &
blessing it is when they recommend it
so warmly. It is used very successfully to
prevent caking of breasts.
"Mother's Friend" has been prepared la
the laboratory of Bradfield Regulator Co.,
204 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga., for mere
than two generations and can be had of
almost any druggist from coast to coast.
Write to-day for the little book.
Has moved his General jMerchandiser
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City ilraket to iue new
St Georps Blocli,
where he Is now iocated in the
handsome new Corner Store, -Magnolia
and South Second Street, where
te will be pleased to see his friends
IRST CLASS FA3IILY GROCERIES
AHiO COUNTRY PRODUCE
Larpenter and BisIMcr
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEIt 28. 1014
very latest novel's
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper, novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
Come in and see the vrork the Lit Little
tle Little Brownie will do. Gerig's
At the meeting
last night, .Mr.
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
Everything in the
kodak line, at
A number of our citizens are
favorably discussing a wfoite primary
for city offices.
Phone 14 to have
tlon filled. Phone 14
your prescrip prescrip-Is
Is prescrip-Is tBitting &
Deec? stationery, go to
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGERS. 10-8
?.Ir. Henry Gordon ueavea tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning for Tampa, where he
lias an excellent position
IXfr. Lewis Wilson,
ier of the IMun
Bank, who has
n quite ill for
the oast few .weekst mus Tack at his
desk yesterday, forT&h to the deligl'
of his many (friends
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any' quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 10-5-12t
FOR 'RENT- 'Four large rooms,
fireplace' in each, rent reasonable,
good location. Close in. 25 Jef Jef-tferson
tferson Jef-tferson St. east. One house from
(Main street. 20-tf. )
FOR RENT-hA ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply- at
Star office. 10-3-tf
summer hamev-af IMr. D. S
Xonth. Lake $uir, was
stroyed by 'fire. Theprigin
fire is not kn4Jwn as there
"onETolit''thevplaee at the time, nor
h'ad there been any fire there. Mr.
Welch had just finished t.ie house
and was to .have rented at out in a
short time if or the winter. rHhe house
(was not quite finished inside, but
would bave ben completed! in ten
days. 'There -was a 'little insurance on
the 'house, but mone on the furniture
ahd the net doss iwill be considerable.
Mr. 'Welch received ia phbn3 message
ifrom tthe lake that (his house was on
fire, and drove down 'hurriedly in
ihis car, to fin'd that it was entirely
consumed. Their friend; sympa sympathize
thize sympathize iwith (Mr. and IMrs. Welch in- the
of their property.
llUJtGIiARS STILL BUSY
Southern Express Co. will Help in
lioading the Christmas Sldp
IA.11 agen ts of the Souther n E x-
1ress Co. (have ireoerved the following'
"Christmas gifts donated if or the
children of Europe for forwarding
on United States government steam steamers
ers steamers ifrom Brooklyn, (November 10th,
iwill be carried free to Brooklyn
f rom points where express service is
necessary (because of limiitei time
(before sailing date. Shipments must
tbe 'limited to one hundred pounds
and marked "Christmas gifts for the
children of Europe," and should be
timed to (reach Brooklyn approxi approximately
mately approximately (forty-eight bours before No November
vember November lOtfli."
Last night burglars entered the
railroad restaurant at the 'Seaboard
depot and succeeded in getting in the
cash -register, containing over thirty
Officer Frank Hall discovered the
man in the vacant lot south of the
SfreigM depot after he hat! smashed
the register and secured its contents.
He -gave chase, but the robber es escaped.
caped. escaped. The Testaurant 3s operated by Mr.
AT A BARGAIN
iFive-piece paillor suit SO(LID ma-
fnogany, iweigns buo ipoumas; genu genuine
ine genuine leather .upbtolstering; good as
new ; cost $500; will sel 1 .for $100.
Tlbis lis a real bargain. E. C. Jordan
& Co., W. roadway. 10-2 8-4 1
BUY A BALE
t I do not say, because cotton ds not
my (business, but I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mir. Pipe Smoker or fToibae fToibae-co
co fToibae-co Cheweir, who buys a pound of my
El TriODiico JHavana Cigar Clippings
if or 40 cents, which, equals fifty good
cigars, to tbe :fact that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if you
are fond of chewing, you : jwJll find
this tobacco ipure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own 'produce, the clippings
of my cigar (factory cut up and the
dust abstracted therefrom, and cart cart-raining
raining cart-raining a. combination of -pure cigar
leaf itofoacco that costs as bigh as
$4 a pound. A trial will oon'vince
you Thi's tobacco ds piit up in 2, -4,
8 and 16 ounce packages. 4
. Yours truly,
EL TROPICOCIGA.lt FACTORY
The iPbiii'athea class of the Baptist
churcih iwiill give a lovely (Hallowe'en
party, iFriday ereaa,ing at 8 o'clock, at
the holme of IMr. an'd Mrs. R. L. Car Carter.
ter. Carter. Dvery (memiber of the Saraca
clla-ss and all young men. of the con con-gregataon
gregataon con-gregataon are invited to attend.
1. -K. KING
FOR SAUE SAUE-mobile
mobile SAUE-mobile in
-A five passenger auto auto-.
. auto-. good condition; cheap
Apply at the Star of-10-10-12t
LOST Between OcaTa and Lake
Weir, "lady's 'sborj: (black coat.
( Finder return same to this office
and receive Toward., 26-6t
t utt uttxvr iojwer nat ror rent on
Oklawaha avenue. All modern
convenience. Apply iMrs. B. 1)
'UiacK'Dura, UKiawana ave-
. nue. 10-23- 12t
Crystal iRiver iXews: Mr. R. E.
King, of Lecanto, died Oast Tuesday
night in the bospital in Ocaia. He
was taken' to Ocala last (Monday
night to tbe operated on ifor ap;pendi ap;pendi-citis
citis ap;pendi-citis and never seemed! to rally
Xrcm the operation.
IMr! King nvas only 26 years of age
and faafl only ibeen marrieid since last
Sprang. Besides nis iwife1 and par
ents, he; (leaved five ibrotbers to
mourn bis deatb, IMr. !A. S. King of
vm tmwn: Mr. J. 5B. King. William
King and Bennet King of 'Lecanto,
and (Nick. King of FttoraB City. .... He
iwas iDurieo; at laxjzlukjj iuui-suuj'
miarninte," Rev. Frank 'L. 'Price of Ts-
fThe Xewa together with tiheir
(many ifrienas extena smceresi
Going It Blind. x
Enver Bey got an Idea of the looks
of his future bride by means of a pho photograph.
tograph. photograph. This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman Is
free, but which is 'sometimes .very
amazing to the young Turk. He ought
not to see his bride's face until he has
actually married her, or at the very
least until he is betrothed. The young
lady, as Duckett Ferriman points out,
can take a drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's face out of doors. But her
face should remain veiled from him,
and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance, it
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman
mentions a high official's son who Sas
mortified at his wedding to find his
bride a brunette,, when he wanted a
Before the Days of Clocks.
The 3rst accurate clock was Set up
In England at Hampton court, In 1540.
Up to tha't time members of the royal
suite used hour glasses In their pri private
vate private rooms.
ifok iu-rr tto irurnisnea rooms
if or light housekeeping; first
floor, electric lights and gas. Ap Ap-"
" Ap-" ply 213 OkSawaiha ave. 10-24-6t
Fifty dollars ($50) will be depos deposited
ited deposited in the Commercial Bank of
Ocala, Fla., as a prize for tbe 'person
who rwins a 12-tmiTe contest ag'ainst
Heatley's Go-AVhiz bicycle attach-
tment, providing a similar amount,
($50) is deposited liin the .bank for
the rider of tbe Go-Tiiz 4n case it
wins tbe cont-est.
WANTED Position by sober, indus-i
triou man. (Must bave work. Ad-1 'must nat 'n'ave otner vantages tnan
n c!mmowiin Mr Qtor artificial riders operating bicycles
Anyone may enter the contest.
The .inventor will ride the Gd
Whiz. Short contest like one or five
miles will not tbe considered only
12 miles and oip. Respectfully
M. l. Heatly.
Box 267, Ocala, Fla. 10-27-lt
FOR RENT Tjwo 'furnished rooms
tfor tisbt bousekeeping, all modern
conniences. Phone 494 or call
at 614 East Adams St. 27-2t
eight division walls to
save ice; cost $32 wholesale; orsed
six months; 'price $25. E. C. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan & Company, 'west Broadway.
FOR RENT 'After Oct. 20, the cot cottage
tage cottage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath; electric lights; gas
In kitchen; broad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. : Phone
2 'eh lyjomi it homme
' T' 'V A -Y C B J I A X C
Business Is the king pin of all pro professionsthe
fessionsthe professionsthe master profession; ) be because
cause because business Is the one fabric
woven out of all entangled activities
of a community which go to make up
society, and society is life.
vv 1H(Q) iiA
They, speak from their ovn ex ex-perience;
perience; ex-perience; years of practical work in
the preparation of perfect food for
particular people. Their testimony
cannot be gainsaid:
66 To obtain the best results we, use and
recommend for use Royal Baking
Powder. We find it s:'berior to all
. ' The International Mutual Gooks
"and Pastry Cooks Assn
"Adolph Meyer, Sec'y."
TFT). A nTT
I jr-A i
f 1. 1 It.':.. i s ft
I; .JF 1' 1
Iclw & EStaeKqy
. FnneraJ OIrccSor,'3
UNDERTAKERS and ELlBALMERb
fine Casliels and Darlcl Robes
O. E. McIVER and C V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Iiicensed Em
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. 3IcIVER .104
O. V. ROBERTS. 305
Undertaking Office 47
Upon Good Ground.
So much as we are quiet and cheer
ful upon good ground, so much we live
and are, as It were, in heaven. R.
Kocplna Lcndcn Ct:n.
' H has been confuted that CZZ'r
CD7 G"l''c-3 cf vitcr vrzz inaia uro c!
last year la tl..; Trashing and cpriri cpriri-.IJDg
.IJDg cpriri-.IJDg cf the streets of London.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK'
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
i 4 i l
GAPITilL:' 'STOCK ; t5Q,C0p.j
v;:-v.Slatie;.: County :andCI83Bepood:
9 At Smoak's Wagon
OPEN Dai! AND IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche3
at any aour. Adv.
" The best Ice cream In town-at the
Court. Pharmacy. Sunday orders
J. E. FRAT.IPTON
Located In Ocala, FIa. Kxpert wori:
guaranteed. Iteferences given.
Associated with Herbert Xattxter
. W. -TV; Kimball Co., Ocala.
Woodmen meet Friday nisht.
SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL DISTRICTS, MARION COUNTY
nents January 1 to Jur.2 du, ivio
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WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT
People often accept statements wit
People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, "I am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," 'which leads -us to remark that
there is nothing that will so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain s Cough -Remedy as
a personal trial. Mrs. John 'Fishtou,
Peru. Ind., who used this remedy in
her family for the last ten years,
ravs of it. "I always give Chamber-
Liin's Coush .Remedy to my children
when sick with coughs or colds.
like it better than any other because
Ihev take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It has never failed
in irive immediate relief." For sale
bv all dealers.
The circu3 live3 up to the season.
Several of the acrobats exhibit back back-iwarrl
iwarrl back-iwarrl rrrinrrs. New York Press.
40.00 52.50 10.70.
1 .72 $3,386.17 $2,600.62 $3,600.00 $.
2 35.13 195.00 405.25 125.00
3........ 246.26 362.27 280.00
4 30.64 52.87 30.00
5.... 60.96 610.00 1,083.08 840.00 36.60
6 3.01 396.97 353.52 225.00
7 210.49 6.30 198.92 120.00
8........ 3 7.3 o
9 4S7.71 276.21 230.00
10 33.61 401.21 515.00
11 .86 60.35 157.83 120.00
12 432.98 277.78 190.00
13... 2.66 178.31 348.45 170.00
14 2S6.48 ' 192.03 75.00
15 94.47 232.52 355.00
16.... 18.03 5.00 30.39 15.00
17 167.77 105.42 140.00
IS 159.99 222.93 100.00
19 124.50 143.26 95.00
20 245.24 10.00 139.43 30.00
21 61.29 5.00 92.98 10.00
22 330.59 15.00 133.74 45.00 8
23 198.44 203.90 90.00 1 34.92
24 38.55 61.62 40.00
25 3G.98 2.40 32.77 40.00
26 13.44 115,00 185.3S 270.00
27 67.16 2S.98
28 ;.. 262.08 3.09 113.96
29 73.37 275.00 56.0S
30 19.39 140.09 32.50
31 26.94 125.39 140.0U
32 320.00 179.15 115.00
33 154.02 147.30 30.00
34 203.22 102.00 92.02 45.
35 1S1.GS 10 00 154.23 215.00
36 33.32 80 00 30C.4S 220.00
37 .34 26.70 1S5.62 10.00
Totals.... $4,699.73 $5,482.29 $9,824.58 $S.512.50 $ 81.97 $ 24.60 $ 234.33 $40.00 $ 58.50 $
, $1,014.53 $ $ ,31.59-$5.4C0.C5
38.25' 77.58 10.15
'.. 22.89 262.15
. 178.43 5.82 C50.03
331.42 10.21 C::.07
24.93 30.00 236.43 8. CO
8.76 37.35 11.26
22.91 568.26 C0.00
75.25 28.00 12.50 195.S3
35.11 10.00 4.06 109,03
41.30 7 4.47 75.03
. .53 354.23
34.45 19.09 Sl.
. 13.07 2.83. .20
14.26 t 330.41
12.02 24!23 8.00
. . 35.60. : . 43.S2 2C5.C0
.00 11.70 .44.44
; 14.55 261.49 3.C9
13.S8 ' 5 --.33. 10.. C
40.35 192.42 102.Q
20.96f t 18.84
40.0 $2,296.22 $ 68.00 $3,415.88 $7,803.12