The Ocala evening star

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
lccn - sn 84027621
lccn - sn 84027621
System ID:
UF00075908:03915

Related Items

Related Items:
Ocala weekly star

Full Text
IT TT

C3

v am ( y
. I V JL JL N 11a. n vJJ.

1,

i

VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914

NO. 257

riPir

m

Tanj

f r
j y l

pa
Ml

IB

1

II

j i J i it) H J .1 L

3

nun

ay

ST!

RECKLESS EXPEMSE OF LIFE ALONG THE
YSER RIVER

MISER RUSHING MDHE 111 III HOPE TO CAPTURE DUN DUNKIRK
KIRK DUNKIRK AD

. Bordeaux, Oct. 29. The French
war office says the Germans sacrific

ed nearly. 80,000 men in the attacks;

along the Yser river in attempts to
reach Frecrah ports. It 1s "believed
German attacks on the Xi en port and
Dixnrunde KnoWHl now fbe halted.
MORE MRT FOR -DEATH'S MAR-
KET V
f Ooppenhagen, Oct. 29.- A dis dis-patch
patch dis-patch tfroni 'Berlin .reports .the Ger

mans rushing troops from all quar-J

ters to Bel.?ium to (help take Oalias.
nusmxG sumiAiuxKsj ivr rail

London, Oct. 29 A dispatch from

EIDEM SHOWED

UP AGA

HIT NAVIES OF TWO ALLIED
XATIOXS IX PEXAXG HAR-
. : BOK : 7.,.v
ToMo, Oct. 2 9. The German
cruiser 'Em den torpedoed and sunk
the (Russian- cruiser Jemtohug and a

Amsterdam says several imbmarines j IPreadh destroyer in the harbor of

were sent by railway .to Zeehrugge,
the .port of 'Bruges, to ibe used
against the British fleet of? tthe Bel Belgian
gian Belgian OCast. ... :
AX UGLY JlUMOlt

London, Oct. 29. The censorship
suddenly t.g'litened again! today..
It is s'mted unofficially at the war of of-f.ce
f.ce of-f.ce that the tallies are holding their
ground. It is denied that ,v several
rvarships have iben set afire by Ger-
mans. '
AT IT AGA IX
Paris, Oct.' 29. (After a lull caus caused
ed caused jby exhaustion of the troops, fight fight-ii,'g
ii,'g fight-ii,'g was (renewed along the Yser can canal
al canal and' net.T Ypresi today. Both
skies are reinforced and -making aU
thicks and counter attacks.
iPrencthl and British warships
aie forming Qine'off the coast from
r in kirk to Zeesbrugge.
-Germans are said to he running

1
short of ammunition., .1
Unofficial i n formation states the I

Germans 'liregan to ifall ibax?i: shortly
aft en the renewal of the liattle le le-ifoie
ifoie le-ifoie tierc3 Iba yon et charges.
OER3LIXS LOST A BIG GUX
3 aris, O oL 29 On e of .the ri e w
forty-two centimeter guns aise'd by
the Germans ini Belgium exploded,
(because o! a (heavy charge of (pow (powder,
der, (powder, killing gunners and 250 soldiers.-
AMil ES A TIE orTIMISTIC

Penan g. The Oerman ship was dis disguised
guised disguised and flew the Japanese flag
'wihile enteaxng the harbor. Foar
'hundred JRussians and .French nvere
killed. -;; ' :

BIG GAINS IX FUAXCE
BELGIUM

AND

Berlin, Oct. 29. The Germans
contiirae to make gains in !Fran(3
and Belgium. Heay losses caused
the Ilelgians to Tetire from 'Xieuport.
The 'French .replaced them. The
Germans expect the -town will soon
be evacuated Th e Au st ro-Germ a n
retreat from Warsaw and Ivangorcd
fwas successful Ibecause (the Russians
were unable to pursue.

FIRST

CHIEF

AS FRIEIS

CAJllXZA PARTISAXS -WILL
HEAD OFF .VIIiLAj$ ATTEMPT
OX THE OAPLTAIi V

Paris, O-ct. 29. (Official S p. m.)
Claims toy ithe allies at several
lioir ts, imrticullarly around Ypres, in
Belfrium.and south of Arras are optimistic.

Qlexico City, Oct. 29. Forty
thousand -troops, gathered at Quer Quer-etaro
etaro Quer-etaro by tflie 'constitutionalists, are

1 loyal to Carranza, and twill oppose

any attempt iby Villa to capture the
capital. 1

The Little Brownie is the latest
picture machine. At Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. $1.25. 10-19-tf

Come in and see the work the Lit Little
tle Little Brownie will do. Gerig's
10-19- if.

OPEX DAY AXD XIGlfT

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

The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 10-2-6t

PEOPLE VOTED SEVEHTV-F1VE TIIOUSAUD DOLLAHS

FOR A HEW ELEGTRIC LIGHT A

POWER PLANT
The -vote yesterday for or against bonds to improve the electric
li!it and jKiuer plant was as follows:

For bonds .
Against bonds ...
Majority for bonds
; ;

liZi)
77

....

G

EIIIE FEATURES

FOR THE FAIR

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

'Eveirytldng Being done to Make this
Great Event More Popular than
. 'Ever ;
The directors of the Marion-um-ftre
3ounty Fair LAssociatlou; held a
meeting itoday to consider a 'propos 'propos-sition
sition 'propos-sition originated by several Otaala
boosters fcr making the fair still
m'ore infer esting this season,
It twas decided to hold an old fash fash-doned
doned fash-doned lance itou-raarment" at the fair
ground for three days during the
days during the season, viz: Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of
fair week.
The tournament will be open to

residents of tMarion and Sumter
counties, except that Ocalans are
Ibarred .from competing. It was
thougli't ibest not lo allow Ocalans to
compete for the reason t that it -would
give t iom an unfair advantage in
that they would have the privilege of
practicing on the course while their
com pe ctoris would ; not. 1
lEach contestant will ride once a
day disniag the three days' contest,
the winner to crown the v queen of
'Marion and -Sumter counties on the
afternoon of rphursday In front, of
the grandstand '6n the race track.
IMir. (Hampton S. Ohamlbers, cihiief
of t;he Ocala fire f department, has
heen made chairman of the commit committee
tee committee cn irrangements for this feature,
and those who contemplate entering,
should communicate with him for

any information as to the rules and
regulations- governing the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament.
lAnother feature decided upon for
this year's fair was the appointment
of a competent corps of ground mar marshals
shals marshals to have charge of the. various
departments during the fair, ach
officer r.vil 'have charge of one special
part, of the -.program -each day while
on duty, iMr. George iRentz will he
(chief marshal and iwill have as his
aides a -number of prominent men of
the Various sections of the coun ties
reipresenld in our big amraaJ erent.
iXcthing is Ibein-g- left undone hy
the fair officials to make this year's
sow the iM'ggest in the history of the
organization, and a number of other
special f tsatures are daily being ad added
ded added to the program.

GETTING REAOf

WITH BIG GUNS

TO DRIVE GEJIMAXS FROM THE
(LAST PO SITTOX THEY HAVE
TAKEN
Betrograd, Oct. 29. Over thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five (thousand German and Aaistrian
prlsioners have ibeen taken (by the
fRussians in the fighting of the last
ten days. : .. :.;
r Military experts estimate tJhe' loss loss-e
e loss-e of the enemy in iMlled and (wound (wound-eid
eid (wound-eid at 25,000 more.
y The Germans have been driven
(back in flight tqward their main
trenches a Ion g th e front ex tend i n g
f rom Tibo rn southward ith ru Kold Kold-aiwa,
aiwa, Kold-aiwa, Ozorkow and 'Petrfokovv. They

ihave taken up a strong .position upon
the 'hills along the rivers 1 south of

vio'aawa. line Kjusscans are pre

paring an attack with the (heaviest
artillery.

CAX SHIP COTTOX

Keep a picture record or the child children.
ren. children. A Little Brownie will do lt.
Gerig's. '10-19-tf

From United States to Germany and
'. Austria without Interference
' .j ? ", -.,-,'.
Washington, Oct. 2 9.- 4Ajfter dip dip-Jomatic
Jomatic dip-Jomatic n'egotiatiions with Oreat Bri Britain,,
tain,, Britain,, whosei.cjnilserar 4ibld tirtual
control of trans-'Atlantia coanme.rco
the state department announced that
shipping will (be safeguarded aloag
these lin'es:
American shippers can send cotton
to Germany and Austria without Jn Jn-terferenice
terferenice Jn-terferenice by Oreat Britain.
Arran'gemients are (being im'alle be between
tween between neutral countries in .Europe to
provide against re-exiportat ion of con conditional
ditional conditional conitraband to fbelligerent
countiries.
Commerce (between neutral coun countries
tries countries will not .'be hindered :in the
ileast (by Great Britain' as (long as car cargoes
goes cargoes are sipecificaJly consigned.
L.merdcan shdppeils will be support supported
ed supported an their claims against (belliger (belligerents
ents (belligerents if Ameniican cargo ea are losa:
'When carried tn ibelliireTesiit bottoms.

Let the children kodak. A little little-Brownie
Brownie little-Brownie is just the thin?; for them.
Gerig's. 10-19-tf

Br. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
The very latest INITIAL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-2 4-tf

pfpAmpp
V r3 111 a I
mmmi

PI MM

I! t

n 1)1 1
II ill!.'.

K.y Lj. i .j

nvn"ii

u U U

' f 1 n

I

n!l''

COiGtDED

0

1 1

iii' a fir

Mi'

BUI PROTEST WILL BE HIE IF VESSELS IDE HELD BE-
YOI REASQiIABLE HUE

Washington. O&t. 29. The right 1

to search American (merchant ships
on the high seas will 'be admitted by
the state department during tlie

present war. This announcement

was made by acting secretary "of
state liansin'g today.
"The rig'ht of Great Britain or any
other nations engaged in war (to stop

an Amracan ship and examine her

cargo, no matter what Sts naiture, or
destination is irebognlzdd hy this
goveramnent,' tsaid IMr. JJan-sing.
"'The ('United' States iwfill only pro protest
test protest when chips are taken into port
and held a considerable (length of
time:' (

admiration of Gen. Yon JMorgen's
lightning advance of five German
army corps over, the difficult swampy
region approaching Warsaw from tho
southwest. Almost within sight of tho
city, however, the enemy suddenly
decided to delay the attack, and that
allowed the 'Siberian and other Rus Russian
sian Russian relnforcenieiita to give adequato
protection.

ItEBELS OX THE RA3IPAGE

CAPTURED

1 1

1 w

UltilU

4AUSTHALIA1S XAV Y PHOVIJ
IS MVCII ALIVE

IT

' 4

n. : 4 ' ( German hip Comet of! fXew -Guinea
9. Another rebel-1 , .. 4,
. and brought 4t n ere. Amen:; thc
ut In South Africa. I . .

ipn sailers, wore ix:e 'orernor 'genera
j of Oernian (New 'Guinea. s

with Germany in South Africa ptraiian Warships Oiave captured the

s ..-....
LSondoia, Oct. 2!

lion has broken. out

Gen. Christian, de 'Wet and Gen. J

Christian Frederick (Beyers have tak

en the ilead of the -rebels in the Or Or-anr
anr Or-anr 'Free State and -Western iTrans-

tfravinjrput down Lieut. CoL .Mar- Belleview, Oct. 29, .Mr .and IMrs.

itz' relbeUioin in the 'northern prov- -l Sumner returned la -t Friday
toccs of Cape Colony, tho govern-1 'from a visit to relatives aac! friends

ment of n.he Union of South Africa un south -FJonaa.

(Mrs. John T. Hames made a ;busi-

bi:llevii:w

now t'ars a far more serious upris-

al ready

nes trip to Ocala last 'Wednesday. -Ctfr,
and, D.Trs. J. (SI. Beard s!cy of

fine nown or e:i- jRr-k rn-nri 'in 9pnVa.i iwc.- .t?i,ir

ing. '
RebcM'ionb commandoes

are in esktence

' .1 m .t m w

Droa, .n t.ne norxnern .part or ine win soend the winder at their
Orange -river colony; has tbeen seized $ aittIo bungalow in the ncrth end of

and government officials have been town.

taken prisoners. A train has (been

T. Evans, after epe

end with her fa-mllv

ndin,

erf 'omit-woir iO ,TtA 10 ,rm A :! -r A r s iifP Vi r 3

. , ; -Luts 'ueuK ena miu nor ranu.v, re-

ierense (iorces mave oeen xaKen 'irom : . ,
, - -irarneil to her school duties in Ocala
it and disarmed. I .
, j ast Sunday.
(Gen. de ,Wet dn the South African I

twar.

Oranire Ftree State forces

fHe was

'commandant at SLady smith: and -was

; Sands Ilaviland were glad to greet

them aiicn, their arrival from their

.northem homo in Xow -York ivtate,

j. ii t n M i H ,i

isijjii ii im hv lit' i. it ji iisii ii-" ft."t .ra7ij.iii.i t

in oomimand. After Cronje's surren- ,ast rida,r"
der he received full command.' He! iMr- I- F- Haviland ar-
iwas a :ignatory of the Verening from. Bridgeport Conn., last
treace (conference an!d was anoainted Tuesday m'ornlng. air. JHaviland Is

minister of (agriculture (in 1907.
MiaSED THE CHANGE
After Marching to the Gates of War War-paw,
paw, War-paw, Germans had to Retreat

isj-uv utuiUT- in 3 uig i'uiman touring
car in shape for the winter's -plea;-"ure.
Xyi;l y$ 'ySM:':'k ;- ;
IMr. and (Mrs. iS. Mr. dlolder, who'
scon'tomprate opening a store In this

j town, have changed tshelr mind and

Petrtgrad, Oct. 29.--Failure by t openite a geTiei-al store,
the G'epmans to utilize, an opportune j Mr. Joseph (Millsom, of 'Xe;v Ha Ha-moment
moment Ha-moment for an attack on Warsaw, ; ven, Ocnn., arrived in. 'town last
after taey.had approached within Tuesday, and ds slightly" !ndis:osed
eight miles wiiitdiWt (being discovered, from tho fatigue Incurred incidental
turned the tide of the German inva-j to the four days' travel.
sion of (Russian Poland. j iMr. J. W. iFant was a vhiitor to
(Russian generals are absoluetly' at Ocala ast Tuesday.

a aoss to explain the Gorman strategy faster Willie Whisenant ha;3
in delaying a night attack nntil thef turned from a visit to relatives
opportunity was lost. They express Oxford.

rent

Ill

21

Tie SsdH'

2 Fries tie WMi dDwr Mil 'Year tonpJ

Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only $15, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10- to $20
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.

CARN BUILDING, OCALA

E

NGL1SH WOOLEN

MILLS

j A A
Vmrnm, m,mmm ., ., IMIJ ,.' -1" mm .7- ?J ,v



TWO

THE OCAJLA EVEXI.VG SlAK, THCRSDAV, OCTOBER 29. 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
MTTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carrol!, General Manager Port V.'Leavengood, Business Manager
J, H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 51

SURSCRI PTIOX 1 1 AXES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance... -Six
months, in advance. -Three
months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
$500
2. GO
1.25
.50
DEMOCRATl C TI CX ET
General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
FRANK CLARK.
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHAC KLE FOR D.
W. M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Commissioner:
R. HUDSON BURR.
N. A. BLITCH.
Tor State Senator, 20th District:
GLENN TERRELL.
For Representatives:
xkt t rrnrvcr-v
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
ALFRED AYER.
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN M. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
WALTER 'LUFFMAN.
X. A. FORT.
9. R PYLES.
For iMembers of School Voard :
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
We were just -going to remark
ithat those German cruisers were
IBritish (revenue cutters, iwiien the
The Jacksonville Metropolis wants
xo 'know ir wo are planting more
(hens. We have noticed several 'hens
(that seemed to ms to need tplantin
rr
3 1 lam i lias gU-en up trying to
anake ail the rest or the state run
on eastern time, and (has gone (back
xo centra!!. una mi now reaiiz-1
es that while she is a -ery pretty
(peoDie, sne as omy a penDue on tne
. TTl rrYo Krai's smY o ffai o 11
The Seaboard Air Line lis the offic official
ial official route of the imeeting of
(the Southern Medical Asodation in
'Richmond, Nov. 9-12. See the near nearest
est nearest (Seaboard agenit (for schedule and
rates. This line will givo a swift
and luxurfioirs ride from Ocala to the
old Confederate capital.
Ruoe -Alim' solves the h. c. of 1.
problem. Lat a gTeen ipersrminion
just heifore aneal-'time and then your
stomach will puclter -up &o that it
can hold only one bean. How about
when it unnuckers? Tampa Tri-
0une.
Eat another persimmon.
The Cross of the Legion of Honor
is the highest decoration of France
and the Victoria Cross the highest
of Britain. Germany (manufactures
iron crosses by the (bushel and gives
them to (her 'bravest soldiers. But
America's cross is the Red 'Cross,
KVbieh starKls for helping other peo
ple.
When t!he iRe'd Oross ship return
ed tto New York the either day, it was
found that a large 'proportion of the
crew shad (fought each other at every
chance on the voyage. 'Fist and
skull scraps had been frequent and
two or three times knives had Ibeen
used, The noble 'mission of fthe ves vessel
sel vessel did not appeal ito some of the
crew.
Tho proposition of a white pri
mary lis ibeing talked about a good
ileal among our citizens in the last
ifew days. The Star thinks that if it
is to 'be iput into effect, at should be
done at once, Ibefore any candidates
formally announce. !A.fter a man has
ipromised to support a candidate, he
isn'tlikely to 'break his' "promise, pri
mary or no -primary.
.The most powerful Zeppelin yet
made has just ibeen (launched at
Friedridhafem on Uake Oonstace.
V t r i t it t ii

iwicnoux iDreiiminarv- inais it newHnim font tttm rwil wouM criunle

away at great speed, cheered iby the
soldiers -who shouted, "To London."
Count Zeppelin was .present at the
launching. The airship has a special
armored compartment for. bombs

(Foreign)
One 'ear- in advance....
Six months, in advance. .

$8.00
4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
near the propellers and a tig gun is
(mounted in front to Ier:ioy &ero &ero-planes.
planes. &ero-planes. A second airship of similar
ityyre will be ready 'by the end cf Oc October.
tober. October. As so'on as this new airship
fthe tbirty-first of its Knd is
finished, work wiH begin on ::'atJher.
(More Zeppelins are (being :boiilt at
'Dusseldorf, Oolmar and Berlin, the
German staff desiring that the num number
ber number ibe brought to a. ihundred quickly.
MARION COUNTY MEAT
D. 'R. Zetrouer and son, Albert,
were tin the city Wednesday from
their home in the nortiheastern part
of JMarion county.
IMfr. Zetrouer is one of the leading
stock raisers of this seatton, an'd 'has
just sold to A. L. Jaokson of this
city fifty fine ibeef steers, delivery
Ibeing 'made on Wednesday.
Beef cattle are (bringing (better
(prices biis
year than ever before,
and Mr. Zetrouer talks enitJhusiastic enitJhusiastic-tally
tally enitJhusiastic-tally concerning the live stodk indus
try and what it 'wiU imean to iFlorida
if the (farmers will 'grasp the oppor
tunity. Gainesville Sun.
Mr. Zetrouer is only one of imany
JMlaraotn county ifamaers thlat ihave
come to the conclusion that stook
raising is one of tne most (profitable
twanches of Florida farming. There
is not a section anywhere Abetter
aJdapted to this industry and the day
is not ifar distlant iwhea we rwtrM be
imaking (large shipments of (beef cat-
tie as well as sheep and hogs.
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Our old f riend of the Tampa Tiimes
is not oraly (an expert in the art of
rain-making, but he now essays to
tell the Germans how to shoot. Tn
a recent .issue o itne Times. rmey
can't sh'oot' he says.
"It made us smile the other day
when we read in the (diary of a JBrit-
aan soldier 4n Belgium a description
0f how (the" Germans attacked 'in
masses, firing their riifles from the
Kips.' If men (hit anything smaller
than the broadside of a bam that
Way it is only by accident, and ex
plains now 5t is, that any escape after
fighting ifor days and rwee'ks with
modern arms of precision and rapid
action In their hands."
We cannot say-much about the
shooting ability of the kaiser's men
(because we have no authentic data
on itheir percentage of hits, out from
the damage that has (been (reported
we should have a sort of "ho&s-
iback opinion" that the German
marksmansihnp is pretty good.
As (to twhat 8s known- as1 ."hip
dently overlooked a few ifacts. The
cow iboys and rough riders of the
eanly west -wore ace'eunted pretty
good hots. In fact, they have gen generally
erally generally (been (regarded as about the
(best (rough and tumsble, quick-action
shots in the worSLd. 'And with those
(fellows, the "hip shot" was a very
favorite and effective practice. Pea Pea-oacola
oacola Pea-oacola Journal.
The 'Star will ibet a cookie that the
editors Of the Times and Journal do
not know what 'Shooting from the
(hip" really is.
(In the old days, when every cOw cOw-(boy
(boy cOw-(boy was supposed to (be a gun artist,
he generally carried his revolver In a
scabhard on his riglht side, hanging
in the .most convenient position to
Ihlis hand. If he needed ito shoot in
a hurry, the jerked the gun from its
hOl9ter, bringing tho 'barrel up iwith
the same movement, and firing as
qnickly as he thought the muzzle
was on a line with ithe object he
iwanted to hit. This shooting iwas all
done twith ipistols, not with rifles, .-was
never resorted to when a man had
time to aim, and very few, campara campara-tively
tively campara-tively peaking, could hit a small ob object,
ject, object, or any object at a distance.
What is meant by a rifleman
shooting (from his hip is that he
iholds the gun in his hands .with the
stock near his hip instead of at his
shoulder, and fires without sighting.
It is only supposed to ibe done in a
-desperate hurry. If a man held the
tock of a high-powered rifle against
ihi hin. he not onlv couldn't take
i
(hjim.
rrthe Star, however, like the Jonr-
-nal, is inclined to take reports of
ibad marksmanship 0y the Germans
hwith considerable salt.

OCALA WILL IMPROVE

Wednesday's election set
forth
plainly that the people ol Ocala
sire tlieir eteofcrtic ;pat to foe
proved to the nigh est point of
de-im-ef-
fieien-oy. They voted
by 139 o
77,
a.miOX iwo sio one, t o
,000 to im-
lrore the plant.
rThe ieople have understood for
months that (when the electric -plant
is improved, the water plant will be
improved also, and the two comfoin comfoin-ed.
ed. comfoin-ed. They have already voted the
bonds 'for this purpose.
' A -member of he council informs
the Star that 'the attempt wdl be"
-made to srell these bonds, so as to go
ahead with the comfbinod electric
and water plant improvement at
on?e. If these fbonds can't be used,
the Star advises an -election for
bonds to the amount needed.
fiPhe ipeople have just voted $100, -000
for sewerage. One of our lead leading
ing leading (lawyers says tW-s portion of the
proposed 'bond issue .will very likely
ibe (validated iby the courts if no pro protest
test protest is (made. TThe Star hopes there
will be no protect. The city needs a
sewerage system, and a .majority of
the people want it.
With $100,000 ffor sewerage, and
$130,000 ifor electric and water
(plant improvement, a great deal of
good work can be "done in Ocala in
the next twelve (months. It is to be
ihbped by that time evenithing will
Improve eo imudh that our -people
twill feel able to stand a (bond issue
(for street paving.
OcaJla tis abreast in the 'nrardh of
improvement.
As 'far as the eye can see with the
aid of "a telescope the movements of
!a 6ma11 !bo,at off it is now pos-
sibie iio control sfuch a craft laden
with a heavy charge of dynaindte.by
the use of the radio system, in the
opinion of JB rig. --Gen. Weaver," chief
of the coast artillery. (Experiments
which the army is wtatching now are
dn progress with the object df apply applying
ing applying the system to control a suibmerg suibmerg-ed
ed suibmerg-ed torpedo and it is bel5eved the
prbiblem has ai ready ibeen solve'd so
that an operator on shore can direct
such a (torpedo against an enemy's
battleship -lying several miles out at
sea.
The next thing" on the political
list is the city' election in which
Ocala will elect a (mayor and four al aldermen
dermen aldermen for next year- (Let's see if
we can't (make the selection without
any of the ill feeding" we had last
year. There lis rteal'Iy no occasion for
soreness. Its better to elect an '-ordinary
man peaceably than tear the
town mp electing an exntaOrdlnary
one.
REVIVwL 3IEETIXG
Rev. W. H. Coleman of Ocala, will
begin a revival (meeting at Lowell
next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Tlhe meeting will also oe held Sun Sunday
day Sunday night, and ifrom night to
night. (Because of (better accomimo accomimo-dations
dations accomimo-dations the (meetings win (be (held in
the packinghouse of Mr. C. 'B. How Howell.
ell. Howell. Lights, seating and a piano
(have tbeen iput in the place. And you
will find a hearty welcome. Reanem Reanem-tber
tber Reanem-tber the place and time. Come to the
first service.
AXIRRSOX-IXW1MLVX
Married at the home of he tbrides
parents, LMr. and Mrs. B. ;B. Uowman,
iSunday evening at 8 : 5 0 IRev. W. J.
rr hn-rntn officiatinfi:. CMiss Bertha
TTni'ii Thwrnan to Mr. J- Patrick
VHAAANV v
(Anderson. s
The home .was simply tout artisti
cally decorated in pink and green,
the same color scheme being used
in (both the parlor and dinning room.
L few tmlnuf.es ibefore the appoint appointed
ed appointed hour Ithe gjroom was rushered into
the parlor.
The bride carried a Iboquet of
bride roses and asparagus tfern.
The hour arriving the ibriide and
groom took their places before the
minister, while IMiss iXaOmi Uowman,
a cousin of the bride, softly played
the bridal march.
The Ibride was tlovely linideed in
her gown of wlhite embroidered net
with organdie blouse and tunic and
santln trimmings.
The 'groom is the son of Mar. and
Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Of the western
part of the county.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. B. B. iowman, of ;RJaleighI
The bride entered the parlor on
her father's arm folowed 'by Miss
E3dna Low-man and Mr. Henry Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Miss Izora and Mr. Arlie
Crews.
After the ceremony the young
couple left ifor 'Raleigh where they
will make their future home.
We iwish these young people much
pleasure and a long and happy life.
MAHOGANY PARLOR SUIT
AT A BARGAIN
iPive-piece parlor suit SODID mahogany-,
weighs 600 pounds: genu genuine
ine genuine leather upholstering: good as
new; cost ?500; will sell for $100
l.nis as a real bargain. E. C. Jordan

& Co., W. (Broadway. 10-28-it

THREE A3IENIMENTS

In the general election next Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, in which election very tlittle in interest
terest interest is being -taken, three amen d d-(menis
(menis d-(menis to the state constitution are
to (be voted on. Thej- are fully de
scribed as follows:
' First
X JOINT RESOLUTION rroposingr i
an Amendment to Section Six (6), of I
Article Eight (8), of the Constitution
of the State of Florida, Relating to
County Officers.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section Six (6) of Article Eight (8),, of
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida
ida Florida is hereby agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of the State
at the general, election to be held on
the first Tuesday in November. A. I.
1914, for ratification or rejection:
Section 6. The Legislature shall
provide for the election by the qualified
electors in each county of the follow following
ing following county officers: A Clerk of the
Circuit Court, a Sheriff. Constables, a
County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Col Collector,
lector, Collector, a Superintendent of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction and a County Surveyor. The
term of office of all County officers
mentioned in this Section shall be for
four years, except that of County As Assessor
sessor Assessor of Taxes and County Tax Collec Collector,
tor, Collector, who shall be elected for two years
until at the general election to be held
in the year A. D. 1916, when and after
that they shall be elected for a term
of four years. Their powers, duties
and compensation shall be prescribed
by law. The Legislature shall provide
by law for the care and custody of all
County funds and shall provide the
method of reporting and paying out all
such funds.
Provided, County Treasurers elected
in General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected.
nrMs amendment, if adopted, will
do away with the office of county
treasurer, and enable the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners to give the use of the county
.funds in any bank they may 4- f avo r.
Tt is a bad amendment. Vote against
it. ." c'"
Second
ANOINT RESOLUTION .,.
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia:
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following, amendment to
Section 16 of ATticle IV. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution of the State of Florida Is
hereby agreed to and shall be submit submitted
ted submitted to the electors of the State for
adoption or rejection at the next gen general
eral general election hereafter; that Is to say,
that Section 16 of Article rv. shall be
amended so as to read as follows:
Sec. If. The Governor shall appoint
all commissioned officers of the State
Militia, Including an adjutant general
for the State, with rank of brigadier
general, who shall be chief of staft.
The duties and compensation of all of officers
ficers officers so appointed shall' "be as fixed by
law. The terms of office of all com commissioned
missioned commissioned officers of the organized
militia shall 'be continuous during the
pleasure of the Governor; subject" to
such laws as may be enacted by the
Legislature providing for their retire retirement
ment retirement for age or other causes.
This 'is a (goods arid necessary
amendment, and 'favored .by our
much neglected state mll'tlal Vote
for it.
Tliird
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing An Amendment to Section
One of Article V. of the Constitution,
Relating to the Judiciary.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section One of Article V. of the Con Constitution
stitution Constitution is hereby agreed to and shall
be proposed and submitted to the elec electors
tors electors of the State for approval or rejec rejection
tion rejection at the next general election here hereafter,
after, hereafter, that is to say, said Section One
of said Article shall be amended so as
to read as follows:
Section 1. The judicial power of the
State Shall be vested In a Supreme
Court, Circuit Courts, Court of Record
of Escambia County, Criminal Courts,
County Courts, County Jndges and Jus Justices,
tices, Justices, of the Peace and such other
Courts or Commissions as. the Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature may from time to time ordain and
establfsh. The legislature may pre prescribe
scribe prescribe the compensation of the Justices
and Judges of the several, courts, but
no court heretofore established under
the Constitution and' laws of Florida
shall b 'hereby abolished.
This amendment is a just one, and
will add to (the efficiency' of our ju judiciary.
diciary. judiciary. Vote ifor U.
KALJLOWEBX (PARTY
AT GRIXER FARM
There will be a iHallowe'en enter
tainment at rtlhe Griner Farm School
House, Saturday, night Oct. 31.
A dhort iprOgram wil 'be 'given, fol-
dowed (by iice cream, candies, etc.
also various amnsementa common at
this season. 1
The proceeds to ibe used to pur
chase books ifor tlhe school library.
AlPare invited.
THE SOIiDIER'S CREED
"Captain, iwhat do you think," I
asked r
"Of the part your soldiers play?"
But ithe captain answered, "I do not
think;
"I do not think, I obey!"
"Do you. think you should shoot a
(patriot down,
"Or help a tyrant to slay?"
But he captain answered, "I do not
ithink ;
"I do not think, I obey!"
"Do you think your conscience was
made to die,
"And your ibrain to rot away?
But the captain answered, "I do not
think;
"I do not think, I obey!"
"Then if this is your soldier's creed,"
I cried,
You're a mean, unmanly crewj
,(And for all your feathers and gilt
and braid,
"I am more of a man than you!
"iFor whatever my place in life may
be,
"And whether I swim or sink,
"I can say with pride: I do not
obey;
"I do not obey, I THIXK!'
Ernest Crosby."

I HOOKS KlTCHElfl TOOLS

? STOVE
$ POLISH

V PAD
HAKCIRS HIUGtS TLYERS V

SCREWS-1 STAPLES "kSMLW'4'

;Hi rta&
i .-lt.U r--4MlC-.--'- i J
k EI I 1 1 V y n. j
i.r... ;;. tC(Tn?
I II m r

IF YOU WILL. COME STRAIGHT TO US WIIEX YOU
XEED AXYTHIXG IX THE HARDWARE IilXK YOU WILIj
SAVE YOURSELF THE TROUBLE OF "LOOKING AROUND"
WE .WILL "HAVE IT" FOR YOU AND THE PRICE
WILL BE LOW.
WE HAVE BEEN HAMMERING AWAY AT Till: HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE BUSIXESSS A LONG TIME, AND OUR 41USINESS
METHOI)S;XAIL CUSTOMERS TO US WHEN THEY ONCU
BUY FROM US. ""

BT A TsTTM II A
I OCALA,

DON'T R UIN YOUR EYES
DOAT TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES A LIT"
TLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME MA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUB-.
. TROUB-. LE IN THE-FUTURE COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TESTED BY AN EXPERT. THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF,
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE Vf ILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
ATA PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT '"DON'T RUIN
YOUR EYES."
A. E. BURNETT.

I The
f
t Launclry
$
That
t
i Mahes
X
cessity is
1
402-404 6.
Famous
4
t Rt. Rer. Abbott Charles, Pres.
r
t
Five Miles West of Dade City

Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1809

CLASSICAL AND GOLa.lERCIAL COURSES

uiinr v nil ti ni
biio run I tu

t U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE,. EXPRESS and
V A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE y

FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY SEPT. 16, 19T4 f

1
SAINT LEO, Pasco

V
f
V
V
y
y
f
Y
?
;.
t
'?'
V
V
v
X
?
;:v
:

V
V
V
V
V
A
,
p
M
4
I
l
V
V
4
Y
fTh TIYTTTr A' F. 'TP
FE0EIBI

I fir. t.

To a Person l7Iio FriCso

;fliininf0lf.. nn. flic AnnoOTrrroo'

f .V,..V;. y .:r '
$ Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen '4
i is a necessity. To supply that ne- ;
cessitv is Oar GnsinscG X

Oar Dnslnecs
Main Btreet
Phone 101 v
OCALA, FLORIDA
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
7
r
and One Mile East of San Antonio $
r
t
iiniiiini nnnnivMii t
duiiuuL uuu i lid ?
County, FLORIDA
X

'A

H
;



jLtUn -iNJAJi. EVENING STAR THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914

GER-BOAR
D
' AVLrronjyin-QH?li(y' ProcK
The Better Wall-Board
'TpHERE'S a better vay to
- build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost cf con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor- a vroy to cut on the
cost of materiU a vav to build
bettermere permanent walls. Thet
vay is by using Bt Jer-Eoard?
Easy lo Apply
"O ADO Eli TiO A RD is asy to s.p.
' ply. Don't wait fr piasters
do the v.ori: yours::! Ail the tools
needed f ro b-mmcr and sa w end al almost
most almost anj body Can co an txp&rt job.
A Badger-Board -wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
Lower Cost
TDADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Cfcll and see ic sample
of Badgcr-Board and ask UJ" about
its many uxes.
Call on or write for prices
uni samples
J. D. McCA SKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, Mi A
i SIlOBKliEia
Mi
2,000 BOXES OF
ORANGES.
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
GROVE.
Do You want them at a Bargain?
-1 have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on i 20-acre
tract, all fenced' but no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship." Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Browns.
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest
Bargain
in the County.
Call
on
or Address
S. Savagje, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone 125,
OCALA, FLA
"Go North' bySea"
Merchants & Sliners Trans Co.
STEAMSHIP LINES
JACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
service. Wireless telegraph on ali
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
I have moed to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King. Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, -where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
guaranteed.
I have just received a big
line
of NEW 1 1 EATERS. Call
and see them.
Happiness Only Comparative.
We may anticipate bliss, but who
ever drank cf that enci'.&nted cup ;inad ;inad-loved?
loved? ;inad-loved? Coltcn.

jy

Vrt.s.j

r i it i

Furniture Repairing

14 FORT KING AVENUE I

(LAVAHA DIVER IPS

Some Interesting Stories Taken on
and .by the Weird, Winding
; Stream
i
'
j (From the Sharpshooters Log)-:
Silver Springs, Oct. 24. Even the
; weeds are Immense en the Oklawaha.
i "...
j Weeds a Foot Thick
j Last Sunday two Kttle river iboys
j l i'zzc.l sibc-ard .the han Shc'cter a
long green weeJ. it was what the
river men ca'l the "kearless" weed.
The boys had stripped this weed of
all the '.leaves and on'y the long
stem re:na!nel and at the bottom this
stem was twelve inches, and hollow;
in fact, it was hollow all through.
I carefully ket an eye on the two
bov3 and noted their movements
j with he leng. green stalk, and sev
eral times I load to dodge it for the
boys juggled it wry awkard, it be being
ing being so heavy; and I wondered what
the deuce they ;were going to do with
it.
Final-! y the .boys edged the stalk
over the gunwales and laid it across
'the deck. Then they managed to get
the giant weed across two -orange
boxes, pointing the large end toward
the rives.' Willis one kid held steady
the rvveo l the other cne blew through
the lit "le- end. The sound was .-not
very h'?mrtMj!o;is, tut the great 'ba.s
notrs awoke the mighty and rweird
forest around about.
The bridge at White's Ferry (Moss
ECuff) and the 'bridge at Sharps Fer
ry, the ferry boat at GrahamviUe and
the ffrry -beat a-t 'Eureka have no
lanter:i3, signal lights, (burning at
at nig.it.
And ithere are no lanterns swung
out at night at the jferry of Cedar
Landing, the ferry cif Orange Creek,
the cross:n? at The Tobacco Patch.
A .pa-Ion etto 'log juts cut over "a
bend in the channel in the Shirt Tail
links' where the river rolls through
on its edge; a raft of piling an the
channel.
Steamers, yachts and all other mo motor
tor motor ib oats ore notified to Mow for all
ferries on the Oklawaha river the
regulation whistles, which is foar
blasts 'two long and two short.
. ''Strangers" on the river, that is
vessels on the iriver which have been
down tream very "seildom, and ves vessels
sels vessels that have never cruised the
crooked course, are required to blew
"feelers."
'Rafting at Deck's luff. Red (Hot,
Durst, Los Kiss, Osceala, The Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Patch, iHinton Forest, Graham Graham-viHe,
viHe, Graham-viHe, Gore and MciLeod, 'also at. Iu Iu-risoe.
risoe. Iu-risoe. Signal and life
saving
stations-
I Grahamville and Connor.
Sea (river) sick passengers, doc doctors
tors doctors in Opala, Welaka and Palatka.
Alligators aire. found on the sunny
side of the stream, tourists.
The Little Oklawaha is closed to
navigation at the present on account
of dredge Oklawaha moving river
bottom if rem the shoals around the
iHinton iForest. Small vessels, how
ever, may squeeze through the 'pur 'purple
ple 'purple stream and the canal to 'Muck 'Muck-land.
land. 'Muck-land. Bar 'of Spirits, Ocala schooners
sail smoothly and with "palousers,"
the on'ly sahaticn for the jiailor this
side Olf St. LAugustine, maketh ap appear
pear appear to .the sailor's vision two Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha rivers when tnere is only
one.
A floating raft generally holds the
right of way of -the channel. The
regular steamer service of the river
work to the raft man's' interest.
There are several banks in' the
J Narrows, especially on points.
line orange groves or the river
course are oasis for the northern
folk and oranges may ibe picked from
the trees tby them.
Steamboat captains should call at attention
tention attention of their 'passengers to the
smart little deer farm at Carmichael.
The fawns are most .beautiful; and
the "palmetto bungalow and the
farm house and vista and farm form
the typical setting of a real southern
scene.
All Hogged Up in the Trees and Can
. Not See the-Comet
. .We are so deeply "alKbosged-up"
in the autumn trees down here on the
Oklawaha river that the comet is mot
visible to us in the evening sky.
While put on the broad St. Johns
river on the 7th of October, the
Sharp Shooter's crew sighted the
ArgentinansjComet low down in the
evening sky.
.The comet is shooting almost di direct
rect direct "from" the north star, and on
the evening of the 7th it cruised
down the handle of the tbig dipper.
.The comet will soon appear above
I the horizon of tree tops and will
then be visible even to the fish.
Look over in the low north -west
for" this shooting star," Ocalans.
I'll take a run. down to Sunday
iBhiff Tuesday next and climb up .the
(mountain of shell and Indian arrows
j expressly for a peep at that world
1 which is shooting through space in

constellations hanging about the
west.
Sunday evening while ashore at
the Old Home I wandered down into
the peach orchard and (picked up the
'wandering star, a -weird -and myster mysterious
ious mysterious shooting star, a rhost of the
heavens.

YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS AT ATTENTION
TENTION ATTENTION No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery, re relief
lief relief follows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothes Tour cough away.
Pleasant, anticeptic and healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
Dr. King'r. New Discovery and keep
It in the house. "Our family coagh
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Banchester, Ohio. Money
back if not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WILL
..HAVE MORE LEISURE TIME
On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Union and Postal
Telegraph Companies' office hours,
on Sunday, will be from 8 to 10 a.
m., and 4 to 6 p. m.
CK. Sage, 'Mgr. W. U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, Mgr. Postal Tel. Co.
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
MEDICINE
M. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, hi t never used anything thit
did him so much good as Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale by all
dealers. adv.
NOTICE
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Sow
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col 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. 3-30.
.TO THE PUBLIC
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy last winter for a sev severe.
ere. severe. bronchial cough and can consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously say that I never took a
medicine that did me so much good,"
writes 'Mrs. G. W. Andrews; Andrews,
Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Absinthe.
The principal poison in abslntha Is
a vegetable substance known as
thyicn. It Is found in wormwood,
which is used in making absinthe.
France is the largest consumer of ab
sinthe, taking more than all the rest
of Europe. The consumption has been
steadily increasing, so that in 1911
over 1,C00,0Q" gallons of absinthe -were
used in France
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 mere reliable. Be sides
they improve the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave Che
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. y Adv.
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
coCKssueiowels
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.
ANTI-MONOPOLY
DRUG STORE

7

ISLITCIITOX

Blitchton,' Oct. 28. Mrs. Joseph
CAkin and iMr. LeaJand Akin spent
Sunday at iMcntbrook.
k The T. J. R. R. will run special
trains from .Emathala, near Blitch
ton, each day of the November fair
in Gainesville.
IMr. and Mrs. O. S. Sanders s::ent
Saturday and Sun 3 a j' at Evinstcn.
Gov. Tirammeil and S:ate Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Shcats twill spend Thursday
night in Ocala. Friday .they will at attend
tend attend the dedication of Fellowship
Acfcdemy and them remain over with
Dr. Blitch until :t hey return to Tal Tallahassee.
lahassee. Tallahassee. iMisses Legle, Opal and Oda Blitch
and Emma EkTof and iMessrs. Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis and Fetiton Blitoh attended a
cane grinding pary at txrorriston
Friday night.
(Mr. and Mrs. B. C. iBlitch spent
Tuesday in Ocala.
jMt. J. N. Coulter motored (to Wil Willis
lis Willis ton Sunday.
IMr. George Pasteur, of Anthony
A-as a Sunday visitor.
iMrs. Janle Hiers, of Chester, S. C,
leDt (Monday after a .weeks stay with
Mrs. S. H. iBlitch. CMrs. Hiers will
visit in Montbrook and Inverness be before
fore before 'returning home.
COTTON PLANT
Ctattsn Plant, Oct. 28. We are en enjoying
joying enjoying 'delighiaul weather now and
cane grinding and hog kiilling is the
occupation of our farmers.
. uMessrs. -W. E. veal ani t lyi. Mor Morris
ris Morris visited the Brick City Saturday,
going in to. deliver beef to the mar markets.
kets. markets.
The stcrk ima'de a visit in. oar com community
munity community an d ilef't a dainty little girl
with .Mr. and IMrs. (Milton Sanders.
(Mrs. Sanders was -formerly (Miss Lei Lei-Qa
Qa Lei-Qa Pairker. The-ir frtiends are show shower
er shower ing them with congratulations.
(Mrs. tL. C. iBell and children and
Mr. and IMrs. C. C. Simpson and ba ba-by
by ba-by of Oroom, arrived la Cotton
Plant last Thursday and sipent over
(Sund'ay with Telative's and friends,
returnimig to their homes Monday.
r(Mr. 'D. N. TBarco, tof (Arcadia spent
Saturday and Sunday with (Mr. and
(Mrs. O. R. Veal.
Prof. Turner spent Saturday and
Sunday with his relatives at Gaiter.
7SU A. W. Woodward made a (bus (business
iness (business trip to Ocala .Monday.
HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE
CURED
" Many recoveries from lung troubl troubles;
es; troubles; are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the lungs,
checks the cough and gives relief at
once. Mr. W. S. Wilkins, Gates, N.
0., writes: "I used Dn Bell's Pine-Tar-iHoney
In a case given np as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure." Get a bottle of 'Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. If your cough is
dry and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you will surely get reliaf.
Ony 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-fri-wkly
NOTICE
Pay Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
Your Car N
The 1915 automobile licenses. were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
into the road fund.
Respectfully,
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT
a sortfi '
People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much a3 to say, "I am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," which leads us to remark thut
there isr 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,
says of it, "I always give Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my children
when sick with coughs or colds. I
like it better than any other because
they take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It has never failed
to give Immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
For rent, two 8-room, 2-story
houses on North Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
lights, water and other modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply at this office. 13-tf
NOTICE
To Telephone Subscribers:
Please list in your directories
phone No. 451. J. D. McCaskill.
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'3. 10-8
' ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8

QYS1

CEaoSce seSecfieaa,
(1. ....'.. ,::-;.,
Cltolee selecSeifl,
"OURS are
.We ship in Sealed Tins,
We solicit your orders.
4

(E

Crystal River, Fla.

ez
fT712

1ML

TnrE have just added to our business, a large
vJ and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save youSmoney.

OCALA GA!
PHONE 271
mm ki

2

0 Iir!'f 'ik tmnmm

a r ii t c w hi iv if

Teams For Rent lioht end Heavy Hauling

PERnS 206

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.
OMLILHER
w
TOODi

W 9

v y

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

.- OCALA,

per gallon, 025
:
par barrel, 2.00 :
BETTER" i
o
e
"1
rm
T1
II!

.ifffiifi noons,:
Iflich Agency'
OCALA, FTOIlibA

V 1
fill

No More Bisappointmen

s
T
With my new help-
Y
er and additional new
machinery 1 am able
to satisfy you
While You
v v-S
S v-S
V
V
T
V
y
v
V
11 Fort Kins Av
-.-
mm
mm ud.
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
INVESIGATE.

wm

fe Sfisiir Mis

BKdDS., Proprietors.

Standing or Sitting
fou will find a suit of our making
retains its shape. That's because It
is tailored, not merely pressed, into
the garments .Let us make -you a
suit for a trial. You'll not alone be
better dressed than ever before, bat
you'll stay that way. "For our suits
retain their good looks till the' last.
FLORIDA



-A

'. .-
4 vx-
Fcm
riTE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1014
4-

loCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
w ::- k:::;c:; :x: xx :x-x :::x.::
(If you have any items for this department call phone 10G)

Thought for the Day
Oh sweet to feel, ceyon 1 all speech
.that most and -best of Shaman kind,
-have leave to live 'beyond ;the Teach,
of toll that tarnishes, and find no
tongue but. Envy', to impeach. J.

G. '(Holland

f0"0""

if r'rtv o tv I "V.f-j. Pnrlc fTrn m-nir'!

came in this Jfternocn on the A. C.

0 L. from .Tallalassee, and are the
1 guests of (Mr. Jibl Mrs. jE.'L. Carney,
$ at their theme on Oklawaha ave.

Tl-oV.' rrafUiiieli chiiii evji'inll y

conic1 esMTJllLiiv .or

the dedication cf the Fellowship
junior (high school 'at Fellowship to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, when 'he will -make the
dedication address. He mill (be ac accompanied
companied accompanied 'by Mrs. Trammell and his
host and (hostess. Gov. Trammell
will Teturn to Tallahassee in a day
or two, leaving Mrs. Trammell for a
visit of a week or 'longer.

Ocala will send a large delegation
-to .Fellowship tomorrow. The ex exercises
ercises exercises for the dedication ceremonies
are .planned to ttast all day .with a big
basket dinner served under the mag magnificent
nificent magnificent oaks at the noon hour. A
great arid glorious time is antici antici-cipated
cipated antici-cipated and from all indications it
will ihe the (greatest event In the his history
tory history of Fellowsnip.
fcirat. AV. N. Shcats is a (promi (prominent
nent (prominent guest In the city, arriving this
afternoon from Tallahassee, espec especially,
ially, especially, to be in attendance upon the
dedication exercises tomorrow at
the (Fellowship scsh'ool.
Tomorrow iw5.ll mark tbe (greatest
event in the ihistcry of the "Fella w w-chip
chip w-chip iMg!h school, (When the meigbbor meigbbor-(hood
(hood meigbbor-(hood 'gathers to dedicate fits new and
(hand-soon ihigih. iscnool, wfoioh is to
stand as a "imoriument ito the endur enduring
ing enduring efforts and amlbition of a thrifty
cultured 'people, and to the (passing
of the old school 'house wtitJh. its
(hallowed memories, two pause to
,sbed a tear if or "AufM- (Lang Syne."
r
" 'Miss Cora Criffin .was in the city
"today ifrom tAnthony. Miss Griffin,
twho is one of the state's most cul

tured instructors, is spending this
winter jat (home iin attendance nipon
. (her im'otber, wham we regret, to learn
is not (at -all well.
v 4
Mr. (Emsmett Robinson returned to
Jacksonville! (after ia few (days spent
iin 'this city, 'looking after the inter inter-'
' inter-' asts of m'oving this (family to that
icaty, wltfch will ia the' (future be
" their (home.. Mrs. Robinson and the

" tlittle ones will go up witin a (few
' Uays. .caHa parts anosti reluctantly
' fwitb. this excellent young couple and
"initeresting ifamily-'

peel aril y to be in atteii'iance up-on the
house-warming of the Woman's
Club house tit is afternoon, of : which
organization she is an honorary
mentfber.
v
Kiivtem tai-s
''Wednesday afternoon O.Irs. C. E.

Simmons was the cirarmina? hostess

rhe Eastern Star sewing circle.

hians mere .made for the enter

ainment o.f the grand niatriu, JM

ingliah of St. ePtersburg, who wljl

make her official wsit .tWednesda

night (November 11th.
-Its. (English will tbe accomianied
iby airs. Ariinabelle Reed, of 'Taimpar
Ijiast rand tmatron and ;Mr. I. E.
.Webster, grand patron.
lAfter .tha ibusy hour ;?.Irs. -Sim-tmons,
assisted Iby Ylts. .H. A. Kra Kra-imeir
imeir Kra-imeir and !3Iis3 (Erin Yonge, served
delicious dee cream, cake and coffee.
iXext 'Wednesday afternoon at
Yonge's hall Ocal'a ch'aiter will meet

for rehearsal.
a.
U. I), c. Convention
"Some of the arrangements for the
general convention of the (Daughters
of .the Confederal, which is to be
head ihere s'ovemner 10 to 14, were
discussed at a (meeting of the execu executive
tive executive iboard of the Savannian dhaipter
held yesterday moroing at the fhome
of the ipresidenft, iMrs. A. B. 'Hull.
Savannah News.
' iMrs. E. Gf. (Howard, (Miss Annie
Atkinson, Mrs. IE. L. Ctarney and

(Frs. D. EJ. Alclver are delegates

(from th!e iDickfonson- Chapter, U. 1.
C oipon this convention
flThe 'Pythian; Sisters 'had a good at attendance
tendance attendance (and ai' very interesting
meeting (Tuesday evening. iXext
Tniesday evening they expect to (have
a musical (program 4tX laJddition to
regular business and exercises, and
desire to nave all memibers -present.
Mrs. D. S. Wbodrow is spending
the ;week at ,t'be jhom'e of Dr. and
itrs. W. H. .Henry- At Uake Weir.
(Mrs. Woodrow's friends rwill iregret
to fleam (of (her dllness iwliioh is of a

few days durataon- ;

A pleasant aut'amofbile party r In
the city yesterd'ay from 'Gainesville
-Was 3I!r. and (Mrs. W. L. IDemham
arid Mr. and Mrs. Geisdl. Ttoey re returned
turned returned to their (home b-y moonliglrt
last evening.
.
Mrs.-Xial Oamislby is imiaking a

fiWort vdsU la Atlanta, wfhlle enroute

to (her iformer iKome dn "Alaibaima,

ifrom a ifew weeks sipent ait iSawanee,

fTeoitf., where rsn placed ner "Sou, 'Mr.
Cameron CJamibsy in school.

her mother, (Mnj. J. ?R. Williams, the
little ones were soon having the hap happiest
piest happiest times of their young Hve3.
iFrcm two long tit-'bles adorned with
cut flowers and fruits, ice cream and
cake was sermi. (Miss (Mae (Redditt
Assisted in sfning and directing the
many facinataag games so dear, to
children's 'lie arts. The afternoon
rpassed all too quickly and most re reluctant
luctant reluctant were the goodbyes said amid
a shower of (wishes for many more
happy (birthdays to the charmiag lit little
tle little hostess.
'

Hoiise-vai-juiig at
Club

the Woman's

' OIQIIOOIit009V0C 3

a9ttine;eee99iteoaoie(9

m
t 9
.
4
IT :
4
(
t
i

(I A

O

JDo

a. -my

p 1 V

ill7
!

m

iMrs. 'M. (M. Ottle, state org-anizeT
and editor for the BpwortbJ dJeague,
returne'd yesterday fromi Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and 'Iide City, wliere she

utfemded the Jacksonville and Ocala

district conferences.
One- of Ocala's most efficiet

traineid nurses, MiisS iHanwell,
carin-g (for a 'patient at iReddlck.

fMrs. (B (H. CMote arrived this
morning from (her (home in Leesburg
and will spend the next few days
In this City as ta guest of iher sisters,
(Mrs. Williami Hocker, arid IMr?.

Tifwifs ffuval. (Mrs. (Mote came es-

Olr. djaGtrange iSiistruinik, wiho -has
(been very li'll with aspperidicitis in
'Atlantia (for the (past ten days, -is im im-(provtn'g,
(provtn'g, im-(provtn'g, thdugb: still -under the care

of a specialist 'arm 'a rfcralTvn nurse.

Mr. arid (Mrs. ip. V. Ueaveneroo

Siome ifrom a most 'pleasianit

Sluch intorest 'has been mi;inife2t

ed 'for avxeks in OoaGa and surround-4

ing towns Juthe opening roceiition
and houfe-twljauing of the Woman's

clafb -house, scfhdu led for this afterf

ooii and evening

TXmx i?r TCVz o .eiock the doors of

the besiAiiiful tlittle ciliit bouse
swung ipen and for two hours was
thronge nvitn (magnificently g-owned
i worn en arid deeply dn terst 3d m en
to inspect and enjoy the iospiJtiaility
of the members The oficers of the
cluib, the building and standing coiri coiri-mittee
mittee coiri-mittee assisted toy the officers of the
Junior iCivsic 'League Stfinding at
the front doon w-ere jiMcs. G. T.
Afaughs, Mrs. Otis Green, (Mrs. Jack
Caimp and Misei Jefferson Beill, who
directed the guests to the tformail; re receiving
ceiving receiving dine, i$ni iwihioli (was Mrs.
Charles Tydings, the peresident of
ttJhe cluib, iMrs. William iHsocker," ; state
federation president, Mrs. -Holbt. A.
Bur.ford, vScejpresiden.t, Mrs. W. K.
2iewTadski, second vice-president,'
Miss Annie Atkinson, recording sec sec-(retiary,
(retiary, sec-(retiary, Mrs. IB. IH. .SeymJour, cotrres cotrres-(ponding
(ponding cotrres-(ponding secretary, Mrs. J. 'D. Itab Itab-ertson
ertson Itab-ertson treasurer, Mirs. Jake Brown,
audritor, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston press
manager. Tihese ladlies ireceftved
most 'graciously and were eleg'antly
and beaut ifuilly 'gowned, as was the
standing committee i worn en, who
were iMisa JByrd Wrtman, Mrs. JB,- T.
Purdue, Mrs. 'Will Goin, Mrs. Gebl J.
(Bliitch Mrs. J. IE. Chase,- Mrs. H. C
rDozier, Mrs. T.' fB. Bridges, Mrs. H.
Y. iStrurik Mrs. W. fT. Oary, Mrs? J.

Jl. Moonhead, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
Mrs. D. 'E. Mclver, (Mrs. S. T. SIs SIs-trum)k,
trum)k, SIs-trum)k, (Mrs. H. C GoToves afld (Mrs
Lester 'Warner : ' ;
In tlbe llbraryv Whldh was (be'autf (be'autf-fully
fully (be'autf-fully d ecorated iWiCh V big 'growing
ferns and red cult iflowers, Mrs. R.. S.
Wall poured the tela. IMrs. (Hall was
exquisitely gowned and 'her assist-

(ants, the officers of the Junior. Civic

'League, Misses Sue Peaster? Olwre,
Khflfh IRJentz, J51izabetli 'Davis, KSp&xy
(Harrrlet diivtogstori and Blatrctie
Wihaley served th'eJ giiests to ddlc-

f otis sanwicnes, tea anld

JDitrfintg th e receptlon

iwsas gendered -by an tappointed com-

(nrittee consisting of ... Misses Sfdiiey

IHarrold, (Gemtie Peyserv iNellie Gatt-

(licfb, iX-inia- Camp (EJlea .-'Clairkson

iirginia Sistrurik lanKl (Ethel Jlfay-

craft.

TJhe aifternoom i(iail V ..(for this
miagnificenft cluib affaSir md it was
one of vthe most ibeiautif dly iMormal ;
nd a source of great nJeasure to all

the cluib m'emlbers and their (host of

flriends.

mhe success of the cluftr women in

j) : li

ITflue

W I3BSIM9S

v..
L

CO

Mill ft t I

Here, you will find this line com completely
pletely completely represented. The styles
shown here are the rievest and
most fashionable. 1

wafers.

ih'ouirs. music

. .. i

are nome mroim: a most ipieasamt tnree i

Is I weeks' vacation in JIaryJland, Pejfn Pejfn-Vlsjilvania
Vlsjilvania Pejfn-Vlsjilvania tand a

'Little (Miss (Ida Mae

Cloth Top Buttons are most chic
' they are here in patents with
roll vamp and full vamp. Vicies,
bright, and stylish Dull Gun
Metal. Buttons with regular tops
are always popular, : see our
many styles. Our tan English
Walking Shoes are beauties.

V
J;

Vv

11 L

q'

J

si j i

fl

1 1 r
( t ( i

::S.

j

,0.0 '' (I O fi A 9 9 & if r- (;
f 0 o cti a lie e :n t; e $ o saee a f.;

x
&
C
o
a
r
9
:
o

,
"I,
!w ft
',.'0
(j
O
s n
a
ft
r
'
: S 0
, o
. o o
!;'
y.
C
; o
-
;; m
" 9
-;.
P
O f
O
(.'90
O o
'
: .' 9
o
''. 9 Q
i
v a

f
o
. 9
i.
it
?
f;
O
;'. ,'
O t
9
'
;,
0 f i a

1

famed in the (land of all that's (best In

the cullinary arts of good living. On
tola, occasion tSheir Iiome vwnas re-

eplaident 4n fits' ih.osp.talIty and at

the our of ten tbe h4ost of Xrfends

did 'aim pie justice to the feast of de de-(Iicious
(Iicious de-(Iicious lpurlo, a dish w.hich thas in no
smaB way lhad dts influerroe in. mak making
ing making (Southern1 (housewives famous.
Those enjoying this dILgntful (rural
affair i wdtn- the ihost and drostess
(were r Mr. and MrsJJ. B. (Strickland
and dangnters, Mr. andl (Mirs. J. B,
tHayes, Mr. and Mrs. W. fT.' W!MUey
Mr. mid Mrs. B1. 'A. Cum!byr Messrs.
T.A-v'Bullen, (Holder Stokes, John
iNeedbam, P: IH. Pedrick, J. (El. 03rl-

he ofeottoB of thdr well devised frSu 'f i'

Williams, of

Citra, entertained Y fifty children on
last tSaiturday afternoW at an ele elegant
gant elegant (birthday party. The ilLttle ones
meeting at the liour of three dn the

pretty Citra (park-and assisted by

101
r ju

IS

n
01

in 'iri :'rpitnwminnieL' ITi (A (TrkM.nr (W'illlft

christened arid sfhowered nj0f0,a' -;-vv ,

mUtH good wishes. This; afteortnoon'sr CZ

(program iwmv. foe; concluded tliis rcv?,

evening, when tbe iladies rwill again t
.. - land. (Dulla IHorne. Jeannette 'Home,

ireceave mnetiT trrueiwiB, aiuu uue young ,.

4M 1L t .M 1M1 aiid M'arjone iayror, uu
people iwill 'have tbe 'pleasure of try- "a'u1 ... 0.

tefli off Kaila, arid Mr. and Mrs. J. A.

. . "it Freeman and Mr. .and Mrs. fH. to.

t itji JtvHtv3 ATf!t rriirv ias-

seTvcs of the opportunity to enjoy w" Z w f
the nostklity f the drib Mfes. ? f MrfG

KLOvVeW uixiiitv

?Russell Johnson and John Horn of

r mum a

J"

turdayc to Lest' Gver ; Zzz:.::j

. We will ilisat: you. Our drivers. ydU th;m!; you.
And if the teams could talk they ivoul thi yosi, too- fcr hzl.liiz
to lighten the load on the heaviest day cf tlzo iveelr, ivhich I3 a dzy of
rest for nearly everybody but this irp 11:23 cf yours.

salla lee -& i

Enter your baby in the Better Babies Contest, and see if you cannot

capture one of them. These prizes will be awarded according to the fol following
lowing following plan:
Entries will be 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.
PRIZES
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.
. I $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.

wtrAvpr th looniest 5s not a mere competition for a prize. The

' greatest benefits are educational.

Children receive careful physical and mental examination by com

petent physicians, and a record Is made of it.

Parents learn more aoout their children, and are able to remove

many defects. The child gets a better start dn life, and the information

and help derived are the best features of the contest. AND ALL THIS
m .ncAT .TrTOTV ttvrpv XO EXT RANGE FEE. NO CHARGE OF

JVUU X J-i -
ANT KIND.
Babies from any locality, regardless of county, may enter.
For further information, and application cards, address:
Mrs. R. L. Anderson. Ocala, Florida

, 1 Yirmk (Mr iF. 'B. Smith of .Martel,

' lrr mu r.riir?T o -n rVTi-a. rPilnft ifi-aa-

Lake Weir, iwere elropping in rnr U11 vuss fI t,

iKr ,oftx.o,r -,.rv,l ot- .ormflrl -f I SK.XLI Ul J

ie foeamties of their new (home, or York, uir. uom .-

n iat 0n, ,wie,: e, Messrs. (iiuga xvuigut, u.

1 1 .T I A niri Atr tOTtrt

i n Tin mt.-.li. i j. uuiiiuus. uiu uui umu

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Purvis, of Mrs. Zebber -Freeman of Shady.

(PHrLATHEAS-BARACAS

Ocala, are in .this City (for a few

days visiting with the former's pa

rents. Qlr. and Mrs. IA.' M. Purvis.

I -. . m k. .ft it

Moses Purvis, jwiho (has been visiting The (FMTatnea class qi ine xpti&t

-

them returned wih them and will churen wtill give a lovely Halloween

now remain here. Lake City Index:, party, (Friday evening at 8 o'clock, at

the home of Mr. arid Mrs. li. iy.-car-

'Jtev. .Roy Bowers and .family, who ter. Every member 01 one iaraca

have for many months (been making class and all young men of the con-

making their name in: one of Mr. gregation are invited to attend

IRobert's 'pretty cottages on south

Lime street, (will imovfl tomorrow to Sixteen (pounds of sugar

the (high school dormitory.

they shave taken a suite

(for the winter.

I -m ii Tr4- T v f nil f

iir. owii Tr ,PMOm9!n tArtflined SouUi arouua jv-.

r,, Aafs iiraia Keea &Lor. iu-i-a

T7X""C I

The

a
o

1
5

o
o

ROOM AND BATH FOR A DCLLAR A!,rD

XlAXiX

: f f I i

KM

,11

Completely Renovated and NcvLIcnafjemciiw

. ; ; : NOVOPEN.
- Room I Without Eath 01.C 3
Running Water inl Every Room ia iliz Houl j
ELECTRIC ELwVATOIl SERVICE TllOZrZZ 12 ALL ROOr iS

O
o
HI..

1(

ROOM AI7D RATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A IIALP

9mm W

for $1

wfeerel'wlth cash, purchase of $1 worth of

nf mnma 6thir trrocenes, 3aturaay ana oion-

day only. Smith Grocery Co.

at a chicken wurlo "Friday

at their home at Shady Grove.

inivittinn !vs nnoluded all tneir

neigblbors and quite a list of friends

itrom Ocaia. all or wnom naa a. uuwl

excellent time as the hospitality of

Mr. 'Freeman and his good wife Is

FROZEN MINTS the new chewing

gum at KREGER'S. 10-o

Everything in the kodak line, at
Gerig's drugstore. 10-19-tf

"DIXIE .FLYER" "DIXLE JULSlIXUli" "Lxx xjjl
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LBIITED ilOGOlERT 110 UXi:"
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. 'Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and
Intermediate points to Jacksonville.
-. ..... .- . : ,.
. ... .. ., .. -
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
VIA M . ;

m

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.

J. G. KIRKLJJSTD, D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, Fla.

4



THE OCALA EVENING STAB. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914

I
AT EIGHT" O'CLOCK'
THE VOUNG MEN'S
DEMOCKATIC CLUR
it j
TOMORROW EVENING
TP
H'
!l
!!
l
ii
-
j:
Will be Given Probably the Last
Rand Concert of the Season
What will prohafoly be the lat
hand concert of the season will' be
given tomorrow evening.
The program' will ibegin at 8
o'clock, and will foe specially selects
The ibandsmen want to see a big
crowd out.
Will Have a Big Meeting and a Bar Barbecue
becue Barbecue .Next Wednesday Night
The Yoirng tMen's 'Democratic cQub
held 3 ts first 'i "meeting in several
months at the court house last
night. L large number of 'the old
members and some new ones were
.present.
r yn rrriw Hot flashes or dizziness, fainting"
if rou Gaffer i-rom spelIs hysteriaf headache, bear-
ing down pains, nervousness all are symptoms
of irregularity and female disturbances and are
In anticipation of the arrival next
week of new Grands and Uprights,
which will necessitate morfj room
than we have at present, we are
of fering several
not beyond relief.
EDs. Pierce's Favorite PrescriDtion
mm,
fTShose present confine'd themselves
to exchanging views on public af affairs.
fairs. affairs. It was resolved to hold an another
other another and fmore .formal meeting in
the K. of P. hall next Wednesday
night on jwhich occasion a barCbecued
Is directed to the res.1 cause and promptly removes the disease,
j ccppresses the pains and nervous symptoms and thereby brings
' comfort in the place of prolonged misery.
It has been sold by druggists for over 43 yearr, In fluid form, tt
L0O per bottle, giving general tatkfiictin. It can now be had in
cugar coated tablet form, as modified Ly II. V. Pierce, M. D. Sold by
til medicine dealers or trial box by mail on receipt of bOe in stamps.
Every sick woman may con ml t us by letter, absolutely without charge.'
Write witbtrat fear os without fee, to Faculty of the Invalids' Hotel.
Dr. V. M. FIERCE. Premident, CG3 Main Street. Buffalo. Hew York
TO. FXES C3TS PLEASANT PEXXETS llBCIIX-ATE THE IXVX2X
puactioaij ihilanthkopy
Southern Express Co. will Help iu
Loading the Christmas Sliip
-tAll agents 'of the Southern Ex
1
lunch twill he served after the meet
ing is over.. K
press Co. faave received tbe .following

PHONE 21

PHOHE 21

JMlii lijJ.llrdLj

irdUJIMliJiiv

'Treat Your Clothes White'.
Rough Dry r Work Done 0 Cents Per Pound.
All-Blankets' and articles waslxed
"by hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND ItEPAIRING in

Hi

s

trriiifr

I Jtr r,m i f 19 a la

1 LilBHL

MM

Ocala, Florida W. Ft. King Ave.

j

0f3E 21

PHONE 21

Flour and Eggs are
Important

Pies and Cookies
Too

w
PHONE 108

BUT IT You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would You Good (Folks Do?
C03EE UARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.

, CITY aiARIOST

ft

CO.

Crystal River, Fla.

1

Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
small.
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
For further information address

II S OYSTER CO.

Crystal River, Fla.

i

5

Will soon be here and you'will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by installing

notice: :

"Christmas gifts donated for the

children, of '.Europe for forwarding
on United States govermnenit steam

ers tfrom 'Brooklyn, (November 1 Oth,

will bo carried free to Brooklyn

from points where express service is
necessary because of limited lime

toefore ailing 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

mately (forty-eight hours (before No-

vember lOtfli."

' LONG MIOIF-ITS

I M MMA LAMP

t

y
y

They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
hey will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.

SL Wo TUCME

S No. 9 North Main Street OCALA, FLORIDA.

SOME SE31VICE

IMr. VV. Aj. duval is dragging on

the good service dono 'by the Postal

Telegraph Company., lond'ay onom onom-Ing
Ing onom-Ing about 10- o'clock, the, filed with

itihe Pte.t!al a telegraim .to IFernandlna.

In just ten minutes he had an tans

OCALA BRANCHING OUT

(An Ocala house sail pped ten or orders
ders orders o'f mferidhlaindise, lto as many dif different
ferent different people, to Georgia yesterday

and it was (not a 'liojuor (house either.

GAME BETWEEN THE

SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES

GOOD ORDER TO JAOKSONVELIiE

V lAin Oaala house shipped an order of
12 dozen tbbttles of .medicine to a
Ja-dksanjvtiaie joibfbin'g house itoiday.

IThe seventh grade was defeated

yesterday Iby the eighth grade by a

lopsided score of 16'to 13. The sev

enth grade had the lead of 13 runs

to eight until the 'last inning of the

game iwheu ; Jones led off for the
eighth graders wath a double and

stsunted ithines to rolling, and was

followed Iby single 'hits from White,

DkiyConn, Struuk, OJoorehead, Connor

and BlaTock. After this rally in hit hitting
ting hitting came a home run .by Hardage

with two men on (bases.

, tAfter this hatting of their pitcher i
the Reveni ffTQile aggregation went I ft

to ieces and the opposing v team

won the game with one td'owii1 cwhen

th!e seventh graders resigned tfrom

the field. .

fThe Jeatures of the game were:

The fielding of Struuk, three douhles
byiJones; a, idouhtle by Conn or and a

home run' by iHardage.
rrhe line up twas as 'follows:

Seventh Grade-TSlatt, e; Brooks,

p iananager) ; IcCorkle, 1st; Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, '2nd; (Horn, 3rd; Ladell, ss; Oan-

over, flf ; Moorehead, ef ; HaLl,! "ilf.

jElgMh Grade Jones, c (manager)

Hardage. p; BlaiIock, lst; Connor,

2nd ; White, '3rd; Caldwell, ss ; aic-

Conn, If ; (Moorehead, icf; Strunk, rf.

at, pradlically your ovn price.' Call
and see these specials. We will not
over-urge you to buy.
Convenient payments if desired.

XX
.
i!
' it
1;'if
x.-'it :'
.'"s.-' 3
-
4.
.
.

TTTT

Mem

r.

OCALA,

ILaffitaei?.

Art Pianofortes

FLORIDA

jjjj1 j jij

m

Si
it
.
.ft
it.'

1

ad

t i

I

X

I; J 1

1 i' 'H & v m 1 1

U i (it,,, it

A iNICE LITTLE C030HSSION

lAm Ocala oeal estate man sold a
tract of Jantd : "for; a eu stotmem at

Green Corve Springs a few days ago,

making the camfotrtalble : commissaon

of J$700 lis cash, which came in

most handy ait this time he aid., t

' English Agriculture

As Somersetshire is devoted chiefly
to dairying, cattle raising'' and sheep sheep-herding
herding sheep-herding the Somerset horned sheep,
the Devon long wools, and the hardy

Exmoor breed are there found in per perfection,
fection, perfection, as well as herds of nonpedt

greed shorthorns for the production of

the famous Cheddar cheese. Agricul

ture is extensively carried on in Glou

cestershire and Wiltshire also, but one

does not there find the variety of Som
erset. London Mail.

I will : give fifty dollars first payment on one' of those $100 lots
in Marion Heights, and one chance on that;,

BOOKKEEPER WANTED

Wanteki a. 'bookkeeper and stenog- j

raphetr, must Ibe competent, either

man or woman. Aipply at once tto J.

BE. IMeffert, city.

to the man or woman, ioy or girl, writing the tbest poeci on tho

: : s;:' :- rs .yi:'-'-.. t yy;- --'v:;'sif.;'s.;.;;;i,i.v

SOME CHEESE

iFromage de (Roquefort, Gorgonzo Gorgonzo-la,
la, Gorgonzo-la, Birde, Cajmembert, Krauter Kase,
Llm!bfurgerr : Dutch . Vezet , .Btilton
Chsddlar, Chesire, iParmesan, Sap
Sago, P!hilade3phla Cream, Pimento
aud American Cream Cheese.
fThls stock of .cheese twill Jbe com complete
plete complete albbiut 'Deoemher the 1st with
not less that twenty different kinds.
TThey ; are complimented Wery day
by VtJhe tfollowSn'g remark, "If you
can't finkl ;tt .at' he iTeapot Grocery
there is nouse (to look for it." 10-29 1

From Slaves to Gold.

Survlva. of Superstition. r l.-?Trrv fwe rt nA-f, r,t,ft

Madaga, :ar natives have a strange, us,,d lo t, -- l0r slaves. Now
' .,, C07fef the tide has turued. Cold is the mas-
with silk and attached to a wire which e&r of the world and Arrlca lurnlsheit
the priests pull in a certain W The nar1v nhalr of thft Rnnual nutnUt.

god perf. ms movements in all direc- The n,; t and not the negro is now

viuiio, iu we BfCtti terror 01 lUB laiiu- tho AH ottrnfirtn. Th nntfnrn

carrying out the' thought as a means of reducing the' high cost of
living. v 4 1
Poem, to contaSn not over twenjty nines. '

o
o
o

o
0

Bo H

YMO.UH i

r W -if

y

ful, who believe it Is really alive. The
priests d ell in houses of wood, as the
god will have neither stone nor brick.
To distinguish themselves from the
other natives, the faithful wear their
hair rolled in curl-papers like women,
and keep it in the shape of a horn by
means of pins.
Further Particulars.
The following advertisement ap appeared
peared appeared in a newspaper: "Wanted,

capable Junior clerk; salary, five dol dollars
lars dollars a week." A young man anDlied

for the situation in these terms: "1
beg to offer you my services. Should
you require security, I could furnish a
hundred dollars. You do not mention
Sunday should I have to work on
that day? Neither do you state
whether the holder of the position
must be clothed or not, but I have
concluded that he must at least wear
something with a pocket, or he would
be unable to carry home his wages."
Praise. 1
Epictetus, the philosopher, was
lame. When he was a young man
his master had twisted his leg until
It broke. Epictetus writes: "Do you
think that because my soul happens
to have one little lame leg that I am
to find fault with God's universe?
Ought we not when we dig, when we
plow, and when we eat, to sing this
hymn to God, because he has given
us these Implements whereby we may
till the soil? ... What else can I
do, who am a lame old man, except
sing praises to God?"

The ir;.5g4t

tne A:ricn

of gold from African mines for 1913
was nearly $2C3,GG0,CCa. '

y
'4
V

V

3

V(i!l !!!!;

Tr3

It II 14

At
bppF wm& Wmimw 9m0miSm4&1mMmmSB&&

15) I")

I f i '"
ill

n. n

II A "4

Had the Laugh on Stephens.
; The story, is told of Alexander H.
Stephens that at a politic 1 meeting
he vigorously decried his opponent's
charge, exch tmlng, 4I deny the fact!"
"Yes." promptly replied -his antago antagonist,
nist, antagonist, "that is what I expec ted you to
do. For, twenty years you have been
going around denying facts' The
audience roared with delight and Mr.
Stephens left the hall, having learned
a valuable lesson In the use of 'a word.

To Get Rid of Red Ants.'
Red ants can make a house almost
uninhabitable. One can get rid of
them, however; If one knowahow. The
first thing to do is to find the place
they come from 1. e, where their
nest is. If it be in an accessible spot,
a little kerosene will quickly stop the
trouble. ': On the other hand, if the
nest be In the wall or under the floor,
find the nearest accessible point, and
kill the insects off as. they, appear.

Training for Hour of Need.
Be systematically heroic in llttl
unnecessary points. Every day do
something for no other reason than
Its difficulty, so that, if an hours of
heed should come, it may find you
trained to stand the test The man
who has dally inured himself to hab habits
its habits of concentrated attention, energeV
ic will, and self-denial in unnecessary
things, will stand like a tower when
everything rocks around him. Wil William
liam William James.

Going It Blind.
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 was
mortified at his wedding to find his

onae a oruneixe, wnen ne wan tea a

blonde.

A good one-horse load for .--.QH.CD
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for 02C9
t 18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.

t
f
V
y"
- ; ;-I
I ;-I

Prompt Delivery.

-y 'y::-:?:L -;;r:;;rj ; ix:.: :;:j-vv: a, .-
SMUM f )tim ii i m

Cash on Delivery.

1 -uha

i

i 1

t
'
9,

t
'
'.
f
"hi
t

but

litiA'

n r-3

I
3

I

Mm3

ty '

I

y

II

K

n

u

Uzjznly ci Fricnls TLct I. jr.
0z2 Helped Kin to
Recovery.

"When yov
KIIEGER'S.

neec? stationery, go to
v9-24-tf

Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad advices
vices advices from this place, Mr. A, J. Hughes
writes as follows : "I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did cot seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
aad all my friends, except one, thought I
wouil di& He advised me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, and quit

taking other

medicir.es. I deddei 13

take his advice, although I did net fcars
any confidence la it r
1 have now been taking Black-DrcuU
for three months, and it has cured rr.c
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it
I am so thankful for what Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught has done for mel"
Thedford's Black-Draught has beca
found a very valuable medicine for de derangements
rangements derangements of the stomach and liver. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous Ingredients, and.
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and ihzvlS tz
kept in every family chest
Get a package tod3y.
Only a quarter. j



sxx

THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1D14

DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS

t'l wt, IN ON THE

I AMD QUARANTINE I HAYl L-CT Wrv N THIS I I I

I J BV PHOKP' THAT UA I 1 i aiWJ iaum n idwIM, FT I- -Sl

..II 1 rrab

7 H

r v

5

N

i 1 1

r-6.l

7

In 0M
There's
Big
Reasonp ;
Why

Paragon
Typewriter
Ribbons

the best

are

realized years ago,

rhen we first started

to make Paragon Rib

bons, that they had to be the
best at whatever cost.
There was a special reason
the Remington Typewriter.
We make the Remington
and we make the ribbon. We
started to make the ribbon for
the Remington. No writing
machine can do better work
than its ribbon, therefore none
but the best ribbon is good
enough for the Remington
Typewriter.
So you see that Paragon
Ribbons had to he the best
not only for their own sake bet
for the machine s sake. This
double incentive has produced
the berst ribbon the ribbon
that outsells them all.

Of course there are other
reasons for Paragon Ribbon
leadership. We are the type typewriter
writer typewriter ribbon manufacturers
with the best facilities, and the
most complete knowledge of
the qualities in a ribbon that
typewriter users want and
how to produce what they
want. But all of these reasons
have followed from the first.
It was Remington leadership
which demanded and produced
Paragon leadership.
But do not think that the
Paragon Ribbon is simply a
Remington affair. What the
Paragon Ribbon has done for
the Remington, it has done,
incidentally, for every other
writing: machine. Paragon
Ribbons, of absolutely uniform
quality, are made for all makes
of typewriters. r
Send for our new illustrated Booklet,
"Remtico TsPwriter Supplies"

emington

Typewriter Company
(IaeorportUd)
220 W. RAY STREET
Jacksonville, Florlrta

R

PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives imore and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.

All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf

SO DOES THE OSTRICH

1-5

i

n.

. I f

E HAVE all read of the ostrich, that extraordinary bird of the desert,
which dines on scrap iron, lunches on stones and when danger threat threatens
ens threatens thrust3 his head in the sand and believes himself safe from harm,

because he cannot see the danger.
Picture to yourself this gigantic bird, taller than a man, resting in fancied
security because his head is hidden from view, although his body can be
seen for miles around.
There are too many of us who adopt the tactics of the foolish ostrich.
We are told of an Impending danger and think that we can escape It er avoid
it by refusing to face it.
We are Informed that there is great danger of restriction of our facili facilities
ties facilities for local trade if our local business men are not given better support;,
that we may find ourselves deprived of the opportunities for marketing our
farm produce in our home town if our storekeepers find themselves stocked
up with goods, but with no adequate volume of local business.
What is more natural than that this may be the case If we do not stop
sending our money away from home to the mall order houses In the big
cities? We must realize such possibilities and, take step 3 to prevent them.
If we don't, we will find out, In all probability, that our local merchants will
look for other locations than In our town.
Which Is the wisest thing to dc to look the conditions squarely in the
face and take the steps necessary to counteract them or shall we, like the
foolish ostrich, refuse to face the conditions and decline to take cognizance
of them? v V
We can permit matters to drift along until the inevitable occurs, or we
can think things oyer, carefully ,and with judgment, and take the steps nec necessary
essary necessary to protect our Interests the Interests of ourselves and those who will
come after us.
Our community is built up as the result of various interests, not the
least of which Is the tributary farming population. Ourtown was created
because of the various interests that center here and because this is a nat natural
ural natural point for the distribution of farm products and merchandise. The sale
of the farm products brings the money for the buying of the merchandise,
while the merchandise supplies the necessities of those who raise the crops.
It therefore follows, naturally as one of the unfailing laws of civiliza civilization,
tion, civilization, that IF IT WERE NOT FOR THE FARMERS AND OTHERS WHO
PRODUCE THINGS FOR THE MARKET, THERE WOULD BE NO OCCA OCCASION
SION OCCASION FOR THIS COMMUNITY. THERE WOULD BE NO NECESSITY
FOR STORES AND SHOPS.
On the other hand, were it not for the stores that are the mediums for
the marketing of the crops, there would be a great lack of facilities for mar marketing
keting marketing and farming would not be as profitable as we now find it in our com-;
munity. : "r ...
If the business men of our town do not afford the requisite facilities for
marketing such crops as must be handled locally In order to give full ad advantage
vantage advantage to" the farmers, then the farmers will find out that they must look
for a market elsewhere or accept a much smaller profit on that which they
have to sell. r
On the other hand, if the farmers do not do their share toward the sup support
port support of the business men, by spending their money locally and keeping it In
circulation in our own town, instead of sending it to the mail orer houses,
then the local storekeepers will find it necessary to restrict their Investments
In goods for the local market, thereby resulting In a. diminishing of the facili facilities
ties facilities for getting what we need at home.
This Is a point we must, not fail to observe. We must look the condi conditions
tions conditions squarely In the face and arrive at a conclusion as to what steps are nec necessary
essary necessary to preserve and to maintain the conditions which make for prosperity!
If we fail to do this, or if we temporize and let matters drift, we will
find that we have emulated the silly ostrich, until the .worst happens.
SPEND THE MONEY AT HOME. PATRONJZE THE LOCAL BUSI BUSINESS
NESS BUSINESS MEN. KEEP THE MONEY IN CIRCULATION IN OUR HOME
TOWN. WE NEED EVERY DOLLAR AT HOME TO HELP THE COM COMMUNITY.
MUNITY. COMMUNITY. Let the ostriches do as they will and send their money to the mail order
houses, but let us hope that we have but few of these foolish birds In this
community.

ORANGE SPRINGS

Orange Siprhi'g'3, Oct. 29. The-Now
Soarth (Farm and Hoane Co., is g g-(ting
(ting g-(ting ithe town in 'vreadiness for the
'ba'ilb'acue on .November 15th. Sever Several
al Several Jtihbusan-d speople are expected to
came from "different parts of the
state. -:
'Governor Trarmnell, Congresman
!01ark and other prominent men are
expected to address' the -people.
. (Train 3 from Ocala and' Pafatka
will foe run so as the (people from
eithT place can spend the m'ost of
the day on the grounds.
fll.r.-'W.. C. Towns end and (family,
of Uake .Butler, came over far a few
days vi'sit last rweek. s
Mrs. Higgins, of Paliattka'was in
town fTuesiday afternoon.
Mr. W. iH. iBroiwn, oif iWinnepeg;
Canada, will ibe here a .week an'd (pos (possibly
sibly (possibly (longer. He Is at the Carlton
Hotuse.
Olr; an'd Mrs. Hiltaian have nmovej
-.
tt!o itheir place near ttown.
ttfr. iSannenbesrg 3ias finished "his
fibuse and left 'last week, for Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, "Ohio, to get his iwife. They
expect to m'ak!e tthi's tt!heir ihome.
Mrs. Benson entertained Saturday
evening in honor of her neice" CNIlss
Mag-da Platte, Kf New York.
The seats for the new school house
have ibeen jput uip and the children
are very prouid of them.

LAKE WEIR

Lake Weir, Oct, 28. air. Arthur.
Camp says "pigs is pigs" fo ut give
him the long headed razor-iback ev every
ery every time 'for human intelligence. He
-bought a mother and six little pigs
one month old, carried them home in
his iwagon and after a if ew 'days he
let the little piggy wiggies out to
run and frolic in the sunshine and
How and behoid they ran like mad to
the 'lake and plunged in. He said
they were surely "possessed" rbut I
cannot afford to loose my pigs to re relieve
lieve relieve the neighborhood of the 'leg 'leg-ions,
ions, 'leg-ions, so I will take my motor 'boat
and rescue them. When "he reached
them Kaiser William and Czar Nich Nicholas
olas Nicholas were in the flead swimming neck
and neck for their old home Lake
Weir Station, four miles away. He
feoon rescued Gen., von Moltke and
three lesser lights, but when he came
up with "Bill" and "Nick" they
hoth disappeared beneath the limpid
waters. Turning fcack he said well
let ithem exercise their divine right
and do orxdie. I have four of them
anyhow. A 'few cays after Mr. Camp

was passing tL,aKe weir station and
the 'former owner of the pigs said
well T have (been taking care of your
two pigs that came hack hsme.
Come on out and see them. There
wa!3 Kaiser iWilheim on one side of
a twenty foot pine tree trying to root
it up and as he walked around the
other side Czar Nicholas looked up
and blanked with a "imentoo" air that
was almost incredible. Now Mr.
Camp says don't talk to him about
"Darwin Theory" 'and the tmonkey
tail disappearing, just let him get
rid of two legs of the Florida raisor

back and; he will write a hook on
transformation and saga city and
shre wdness' of swine in .general.
Misses Ma ttie Marshall, Ethel NK NK-on
on NK-on and Georgie Price represented
the Christian 'Endeavor at the con convention,
vention, convention, at Lakeland last week and
report a very pleasant time.
Four auto s ifull of "fans" went to
Belleview last Saturday evening to
help .hoost the Oklajwaha nine. Dr.

Henry and some others thought
Belleview showed us great discourt discourtesy
esy discourtesy in, not letting them make more
noise than they did.
y Miss Sigmon is very much inter interested
ested interested in getting an organ !for the use
of the poibiiic school and has aknost
succeeded in collecting enough funds
to purchase one she has in view.

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

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MARIOX-DUNX MASONIC LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge rro. 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. v Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month "at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. 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. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. -Sage, K. of R S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

We are selling Stock and Poultry

I Powders and Medicines at half price.

Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf

v

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. m.
Visiting bretherri always welcome Jo
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffioe.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.'

CHAPTER XO.13, R. A. M.

Jilbur Smith Co.

E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Funeral Directors

(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.

CONXORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.

AND

f licensed Embamers I
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 94. i

AH work given our personal
attention and guaranteed folly.
11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.

f i
& OCAIiA, FLORIDA. 1
?

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.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Bene

and Protective Order of Elks,
the second and fourth Tuesday
ings in each month. Visiting
ren always welcome. Club

opposite postomce, east sme.
David S. Williams, E.
L. W. Harley, Secretary.

volent

meets

even-breth-house

R.
Ad

; Medical, Surgical EydropallilcKi ::::
' . and Electric Inslllatc ; .
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment roomc to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, coutheast 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 4:30 P. M. 1 PHONC 33 w

UP WIM!9S

By the .fortunate arrangement with the publishers of one of the mc-t
popular magazines for women and the home, wo are enabled to offer you
McCALL'S MAGAZINE, twelve months (and one free McQALL dress pat pattern),
tern), pattern), with our own paper, unexcelled as a. home paper for all the family
at a special reduced club price that will save you money, and afford yon a
wealth of wholesome entertainment, valuable information and interest interesting,
ing, interesting, up-to-the-minute news.

Mil Tswgr

CLUB NO.l

Ocala Evenino Stai

, (Six Months) i
McCali's Magizine
' (Tiwelve Months)'
(Including FREE PATTERN
CLUB NO. 2
Ocala. WeeMy Star
(Twelve Months)
McCali's Magizine
r (Twelve' Months)
Including Free" Pattern

- Subscription may either be new ora renewal.
3IcC ALL'S MAGAZINE IS LOVED RY MORE THAN 1,2000,000 W03IEN

. OlOy rPuJ

because McCALL'S Is their home
helper, bringing every month 84 to
136 big pages (all attractively illus illustrated
trated illustrated and printed on' fine quality
paper) brimful of valuable informa information
tion information on clothes, house-keeping, pure
foodr recipes, cooking, entertaining,
health, haby, heauty, etiquette, plain
and fancy needle work, embroidery,
home dress-making, home millinery

and home decoration.

-because McCALLS Is their fashion

authority-and guide-in correct dress

(for themselves and children,) showT-

Ing over 50 new designs of latest

styles, monthly, and, telling what to

wear and how to make it at least ex

pense. ...

MACAU'S MAGAZINE

ok

-4 J

-because McCALL'S is more than a magazine, more than a fathion au

thority and household srulde because McCALLS is a real FRIEND and

INSPIRATION to all women who appreciate the best in magazine reading

the best in stories and articles to entertain and the hest In practical 'de

partments suggesting osvays to economize, to earn money at home, to light lighten
en lighten burdens and to make life 'more worth while.
SEND AT ONCE FOR THE "WOMAN'S 'BARGAIN 'CLUB'

THE ABOVE OFFER ONLY GOOD DURING SEPT. and OCTOBER 1014

rime sella. Sfioi?
OCALA, FLORIDA

USE TH IS COU PON NOW FOR THE
woman's bargain:club
To The Ocala Star, Date..
V Ocala, Florida:- ;
I enclose for which please fiend me the "Woman's
Bargain Club," No as advertised by you.
NAME .. ......... ...........
CITY .. ........... ........... .STATE ..
R. F. D. or Street or Box No.. .

Star Want Ads. Bring Results.



lUK OCA LA tVtMNG HfAli. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2a 1914

n

Ho
s

Combination Auto and Street Hat

lUiyfllfllE

irrigations of the commissi on 'have

;ea sup-piemen ted by investigations

scientist bodies and individual

scientists, ail arriving at .the same
conclusion. (As a result the British

government lias placarded -the streets

of a bun iTed citUs with billboards!

'Material for -use toy churches, Sun-; setting forth the 'destructive and de-1

Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor

employ a man who uses the stuff that
he sells to others.
The use of strong drink,, puts "a
burden upon posterity.
In a series of tests made iby Prof.

f itUHitiJtiUWll'.lWHMl (.

I It H i V t I fct U 4 M M ti

Peoples S

8.:h, World's

day schools and Young

pieties on sNIoveniber
-

Temperance Sunday.
, A Rally Cry for Small -Boy's
"Who are we? Who are we?
Young Crusaders, don't you see
Wheal we ohiMren older grow.
The Liquor traffic must surery

generating (influence of alcohol, and j
app-ealiirg to the people, in the namej
of (the nation, to desist from 'drink-

ing alcoholic (beverages. The govern-

mentis of Continen tal En rope followed
'tihe lead of (the British, government."
The following order 'was issued by
(the secretary of the navy, Jbsephus
Daniels effective July 1. 1914:

I

o TT)he use. or introduction Tor dnnk-

is7cr in

A COMBINATION automobile and
street hat Is a soft, close-fitting
affair, made of one of the fashionable
lightweight fur plushes, which are like likely
ly likely to be much used in millinery. These
plushea are more silky and more pli pli-ablo
ablo pli-ablo than ever before, and they are
the last word in the manufacture of
this fabric. Some of them are marvel marvelous
ous marvelous Imitations of natural furs. Others
are new and rather eccentric patterns
in combinations of color, and are
frankly plush without an attempt to
Imitate anything. Others still may be
described as conventionalized copies of
the markings In natural furs.
The small turban shown in the pic picture
ture picture is made of plush which combines
a suggestion of broad tail and ermine.
Over the body of the surface, which is
black, blotches of white appear In
which black points of ermine-tail are
simulated. The crown is an ample puff
of the material set In a coronet which
turns up to the width of about two and
a half Inches all around. At each side
short straps, cut from the .white por portion
tion portion of the plush, are sewed to the
crown at one end. These straps are

lined with thin satin and furnished i

with a snap fastener at the other end.
By means of this the strap is fas fastened
tened fastened to the coronet. A third strap
across the front, supports a single,
standing loop made of a fancy weave
in white plush. This loop terminates
in a square end which Is provided
with a snap fastener. By means of
this fastening the veil can be held off
the face, or the veil may be taken off
and the trimming fastened down to
the brim. Two views of the turban,
pictured here, make plain this method
of using the snap fastener on a hat
which must do duty as a street hat
and for automobiling.
The long chiffon veil has stood the
test of time as the most practical
accessory of the autolsts' wardrobe. It
is well to ''choose it in a washable
quality and color. If carefully
handled, chiffon stands washing very
well..
For a long journey the hat pictured
here, designed for the cool days of
autumn and for winter, will be found
very comfortable. Added to this fine
attribute, it possesses the charm of
novelty in material and smart style
in design. JULIA BOTTOMLEY.

Pnl Your Ad. in the STAR if you want RESULTS

Rah! Rah! Rah!"
Some Sure Thinjjs Concerning

' Use of Strong Drink
1. T!he use of strong drink impov impoverishes
erishes impoverishes nranihood.-- This Is true on

'the intellec-tnal, physical and moral

sides.
The Intellectual impoverishment.
"In 1897 .the United States depart department
ment department of labor conducted an dnvesti-

atlon authorized by Con gTess i n the

Course otf rwhicth 77 per -cent of over
7,000 employers, reporting stated
that in 'hiring employes hey wanted
to .know rwh'at were .their "hanits as
regards drink.-; IMany (refused !to hire
any tout (abstainers.'' In tihe ."big iron
and steel 'Works (of a Genman city It

has 'been found that abstainers Wad
on'e-tJhird less accidents.-' It lias (been
noticed that among workmen gener generally
ally generally about 20 per cent to 25 per cent,
of the accidents In ttatrge cities occur
on Monday, Showing the effects on
the nerves of Sunday drinking.
iMoral impoverishiment. Th'e (Fifth
Avenue (National Sank, New York
City, several years ago issued .the fol following
lowing following Tules, among others, to its

clerks: "You tmnst mot (drink any 'in 'intoxicants
toxicants 'intoxicants wftth meals .in ipubllc (res (restaurants.
taurants. (restaurants. You imust not (enter
any saloon." Th'e cashier explain explained
ed explained that these rules were intended
not only (to save (the younsg men ifirora
'themselves, (but for the protection of
the Ibanfk. (Former Police Camtmis-

saner IBlnglh'aim, "of 'New Yclrk City,
said: "mho (immorality of (Women
and (the ibru tisliness of men (havfe to
(be (persuaded, coaxed and oomstlant oomstlant-sly
sly oomstlant-sly stimulated in larder to k'eep the
social evil an its ipresJemt state of lous lousiness
iness lousiness prosperity."
Pihysical impo'v'ierlslhmenit. (Hon.
(Ridhard tPeaTsou 'Hobsom dn (a speech

(beifore Congress, in 1911, said: "Iur "Iur-dng
dng "Iur-dng tihe Boer rwar it was (found that
the average JEngllshmani did not

(measure run to the standards of re

cruiting and the average 'soldier in

fhe eid manaifested a law plane of
vriitiality and endurance. Parliament,

alarmed by consequences, instituted
an investigation. The comtmis'sion
appointed 'brought In a report (that al al-cohlollio
cohlollio al-cohlollio (poisoning iwas the great cause
of the national degeneracy. The in-

ng aUTpose3, of alcoholic sMquors on

thef&caird any naval A'essel, or twifchin any

yard or station, is strictly prohlbit prohlbit-e.i,
e.i, prohlbit-e.i, and commanding officers will be
held dire'ct'lj' (responsible Tor the on on-'forcement
'forcement on-'forcement of tih-ls order." J
tThe use of strong drtink lessens
(business opportunity. -The Supreme
Court of the State of Soii'fn Casrolina
has rendered a decision rwMdh (coit (coit-.fains
.fains (coit-.fains the statement: "Liquor, in its'
nature, is dangerous to the morals,
good order, fheaitih and safety of the
iIeople."( Tihis opinion lis affirim'ed
iby (the sound judgement of (all un unbiased
biased unbiased students of (the liquor iprob iprob-Qem.
Qem. iprob-Qem. afany of the great railroads
of the country are saying they iwill

not cmpiloy in any dep'a:rtaient an
nabitual user olf drink. Amd rail

roads are interested (primarily in div

idends (rather (than morals. The
Ibanks of the country' do not care to

A Dollar Saved

Is A Dollar Mada
So buy your groceries from the
OCALA GROCERY COMPANY,
and save money.
Every little 'bit nelps. Full weight
and imasure guaranteed

1 pound Bliss Coffee.
.3 pounds best Rice. ;
1 qt good Florida Syrup
1 bottle good Fla Syrup.
Irish potatoes per pk. .
BACON per pound

.30c

.25c

;20c
. Oc
.20c
lGc

T. Laitinen, in Finland, it .was tfounrt
that drinking .parents had QY2 times
as many weakly children, and lost
one-third more by death than the
abstaining parents. Not ,only so,
(but those who live often are mental-

y r iuysiuaiiy tjeiicjem. m tilt?
case of 230 mentally defective child children
ren children in special schools of .Birmingham
.England, 41.6 por cent. (Were -found
to shave had one or :both 'parents al al-eoholic.
eoholic. al-eoholic. For comparison 100 nor normal
mal normal children !from similar 'homes in

the same district nvere studied and

cnl y 17 p er cent, cam e from al co-

nolic parentage. 'Dr. Knopf says,"Al-

coholiis'm nnust lte& considered the

most active ;ooperator of the dead

ly germ of tuberculosis." In a se

ries of studies Professor Demme, of
Swdtzerand, compared for twelve
years ten families, the (parents of
which, were sober, Avith ten (families
the parents of rwhlich (were intemper intemperate.
ate. intemperate. There (were 6 1 children in the
temperate ;families and '57 in the in intemperate
temperate intemperate .families. Of th'e intemp intemperate
erate intemperate families f25 children dlied dn in infancy,
fancy, infancy, 'while of the temperate fami families
lies families only 5 (Children died .in (Infancy:
Of the intemperate ifamilies 6 child children
ren children iwere' idiotic, wMle of the tem

perate ifamilies 2 children- (were (baok-

,ward ibut not idiotic. Of the In

temperate .famrlies 5 chaklren were
dwarfed and 5 were pilesptic, while

of he (temperate families th'ere iwere
none of (either class. Of the; intemp

erate laaniiies only 10 of the child

ren were (normal, while oif the (tarn"

(Derate (families 50 of; the children

were noranal.'''

Hera is llnAnj

Nl7lilERI!ATI0nli' I

ir.i

53

5 gallons oil. ...... . ,00c
Everything cheap for cash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Coihpany,
Next to Burnett's
On Fort King A veil ne

Till V.ZTS. V.L23TEn
Every day la your talk and reading:, nt
home, on the street car, in the office, shop
and school you likely question the mean mean-insr
insr mean-insr of some new word. A friend as5;s:
"What makes mortar harden?" You eetSi
the location ot Loch Katrine or the pronun
ciation of jujutstu What is uhite coot?
Thia New Creation answers all kinds of
csuestions in LaBiiajre.IIitory,lJiofrraphrt
tion, Foretsrn Words. Trades, Arts and
. .ences, with final authority.

4S0.C00 Words. I ftX
CCC9 Illustrations V5-v fi
V-Cost $400,000 -x'Xk!!

The only dictionary with "j
the new divided oaae. char-

acterized as "AStroke cf
Genius."

ImSa Pascr XSXissa, '. .v f

On thin, opaque, etronj?',
India paper. What a eat is-
faction to own the MJerriam V
Webster in a form so listht
and so conTenicnt to use I
One half the thickness andC"

weight of Regular Edition, j

s ner-tzrtd'.tSca:

On strong hook paper. VTL

g I4?i ids. Mie x e?i x
s 0 inches. I

E Writ for ireedaMa casst.

5 uaivauoui, mt,

zS. Hetttloa tills
- publication

tit nuriiat 4 V,'-

g cutpa.
1 CSC

r5lltt"!'ll'tH"1""M,",,,,,,'l j.,

iV 2

WW P
mmm
mm'1'

r

I.

m

m

009S90OO0

PilOME 502 :
. 1 ...
;:Foii;.Gii0i Wood' :
vBiG;-liaaNf0FOt.
Your Order will have
Immediate Atteation-

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

by local applications, as they cannot
reach the; diseased portion of the

ear. There is only one way to cu ce

deafness, and that is by oonstitution-

al remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the (Eustachian tube. When

this tube is inflamed you can 'hear a

rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is Ithe result, end oinless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can Ibe taken put and this

tube restored to its normal condition,
li earing 'will be destroyed forever ;

nine cases out of ten are cause'! by
catarrh, which is nothing fbut an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the anucous sur surfaces,
faces, surfaces, r
We 'Will give one huadred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh ) th at 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
constipation. adv

i xi. L. 5MUi-kI
9 At Czaoak's Waon Chcp

o
.
.

A. B.

OPEN DAx AND NIGHT

I Merchant's. Cafe, A. C. L. 'depot

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any !iocr. Adv.

m

f a

Oli'

;80rgGS:'

if

Has moved his General-CMcrchandiz a
tock 'from Main Street, next door
to the" City Mrafcet to the new

where he is now located in tliD
handsome new Corner Store, VLzz VLzz-nolia
nolia VLzz-nolia and South Second Street, whera
io will b pleased to see his fricsilj
and customers.

CXiASS FA3IILY CROCEK

ANi COUNTRY PRODUCE
. A BPECIAITY.

AUTOM0RILE3

Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars wrl3
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-3Ct2

I ,''".:jmsy

JLTS TO

cur t n 0Luc,

tAttA rtfccr oie.

1

c

11

r '. v

coo -toof "S
rtOTMEfr 1AK j
- ceo too J

m m n

THGjt

CJLAft? jqj WOfj CAAt S;

fCtv&S fM 30if WITHOUT OW

Yr ah tr A

w

J3

Sntarnetlonsl Cortoon Cot fl T

p r-i

u lAW crs coy ir

. c

I I f f j i Ul 1 f

Jtrscrt HAS

A A

X

OCAT CAAtXfCX-A GOAT C SocCt

Cir ro t'j ffjo st'j ksvsj? rosso
OC.V'T rOCf THE &Jt'JL.

FA '3 THS, GOr AM rsrz nyv

irl

r sv v

J

a

1

Mil

4 v,?- -'

'M ti

V? Y

V

1 j 1 -1 w A

Jki

re

V,;

1

7

5h

w

iHtffOHAftTEO
yioss. ?for5 J

fir7 TO CAJL A

tie A COAT

cue

-A V

"V

ro1

4

. mi

W 1

W3m

3 S



UY A BALE

4

OCALA OCCURRENGES

.A

V

sMoose meet this evening.

Band concert tomorrow night.

The very latest novels at KRKG KRKG-ER'S.
ER'S. KRKG-ER'S. 10-f

York Imperial Apples, 40 cents
peck, at Carn-Thomas Co. 29-:Jt

WEATHER REPORT

DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGERS. 924-tf
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken dally by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. ..

Max.

81
. . . 82
. . .82
. . .83
84
.84

vMr. B. F- Condon sold another of
hose convenient and reliable Hup Hup-imobiles
imobiles Hup-imobiles to Mr. Smith of Oak.

IDan't 'forget tihat the .band con concert
cert concert tomorrow night begins at 8
o'clock instead of 8:30.

LM.r. E. K. Nelson came in yester yesterday
day yesterday Jromf Tampa, (leaving this, af afternoon
ternoon afternoon ifor south Florida, on an im im-ipontant
ipontant im-ipontant .busings deal.

iMr. R. J. Rivers, a prominent saw saw-miiia
miiia saw-miiia .man of afartcl, has subleased
the house recently occupied iby Rev.
Roy Bowers.

Oct. 1 .
0i-

; 0 s .

4...
Oct. 5. .
Oct. 6 . :
Oct. 7. .

Oct. 8 .

Oct. 9
Oct. 10.
Oct. 11..
Oct. 12..
Oct. 1 3.
Oct. 14..
Oct. 1 5.
Oct. 16.
Oct. 17.
Oct. 18..
Oct. 19..
Oct. 20..

Oct.
Oct.
Oat.
Oat.
Oct.
Oct.

Sixteen pounds of sugar 'for $1
nvith cash (purchase of $1 worth of
otheir 'groceries Saturday and tMon.
day only. Smith Grocery Oo. 3t

The first tfull intelligence of the
iboM'd election twas ipuibli'sQied to Ocala
tpeople iby Dir. Bd Bennett on the
Temple 'picture eoreen. His patrons
gr-3.tly appreciated Jhla ith'ooightf ul-

The tAirdOmo is giving its patrons
some mighty good pictures. The
management '.has a fine machine,
iwfcidh shows as ipflain as daylight,

ian'l ftbuMwtffacejHll -selected.

ist

Mr. Thomas Graham (arrived

nhrM sfrom, iMontreal, and is

guest of his 7brdthe, fMir. John
GraCiam until (tpmorow, when

will return to Is h me at Graham-

willie. (Mr. OrfSTmlhas (been away!

for layout ten years.! He was in the.

army for several yibars. and since!

2ia3 been In Xew IMexfco and CSana'dai

"""TIT.?." X ill. ; White reports ffchait his
stone was entered 'last night the
cash till tapped fo- a small sum of
ttnoaey ileft stherein and a few gro groceries
ceries groceries taken. These iparties ore op operating
erating operating in the city noKand the (Star
-v.-oii'ld ibe .pleased to see !the police or
rhe:riff's office Ibring them in some
night. x

21
'.
23
24,

25

26.

Oct. -28-.

. .83
..S3
. .82
..82
. .84
. .83
. .83
. .82
. .88
. .75
.76
... .78
. .79
. .81
... .81
. .S2
c o
. o -J
. .S2
... .SI
... .78
... .71

Min.
67
69.
67
66
67
68
68
68

65

64
65
61

61
65
66
55
6S
62
56
57
57
2 2-62
62 2-62 64
70
: 70
4&

R. F.
1.36
'41
ii .38

45

Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
For Florida: (Fair tonight and
Friday.

iMessrs. G. IA. Carmichael and iB. D.
BlaoKtnan left this im'oming ifor Ho Ho-imosassa,
imosassa, Ho-imosassa, where they rwill spend a

if aw id ays fishing and eating the
matctiese fish and.oystera of that

section.

No Necessity for Stamps.
In New Zealand the postofflce pro provide
vide provide n big firms with machines, with
which they stamp their own corre correspondence.
spondence. correspondence. A specimen letter re received
ceived received bears an oblong "postage
paid" stamp which Is put on by a ma machine
chine machine in the business man's office.
Periodically a postal collector calls
round, reads the total on the machine
and collects the money.
APPLY SLOAN'S FREEIiY FOR
LtDIBAGO

I do not say, 'because cotton as not
my (business, shut I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or fTofbac fTofbac-co
co fTofbac-co Chewer, .who ibuys a pound of my
El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings

or 40 cents (wiiich equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that you will find

pipe smoking a pleasure. Or if you

are fond of chewing, you will find

this tobacco pure, unadulterated, be

ing my own product, the clippings
of my cigar (factory cut up and the

dust abstracted therefrom, ani con-

training a combination of pure cigar

leaf tobacco that costs a3 high as

$4 a iound. 'A trial twill convince

you i'nis tooacco us put up in z,

8 and 16 ounce packages.
Yours truly,
Eli TJtOPICO CIGAR FACTORY
CHxVRL.ES PEYSER,
10-28 Proprietor.

I III rsr r If V rn'n r f X

i J 11 i

Have you paid your LICENSE TAX ?
If not you are liable to arrest, and fine

the

XOTCK OP IXTK.TIO TO
.

1-APPL.V FOR LETTERS PATE AT

tMessrs. lD. Lf. MaaDonaild and O. O.
Shaffer of Fruit land Park, were in
the city trading today. IMr, Shaffer
Es si deep wefll contractor and Mr.
(MaiDoniald Is a real estate dealer.
fThtJ gentlemen (report that a great
anaii' new settflers are coming to tiheir
tfawed section, and lan'd is (being
cleared, houses ihuilt and groves
pJanfted and, a tgeneral spirit of
growth, deverapment amd thrift per per-vall:3
vall:3 per-vall:3 t!he section in 'and tab out Fruit Fruit-lantd.
lantd. Fruit-lantd. Park.

Your attacks of lumnago are not
nearly so hopeless as they seeai.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a. simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the 'back and loins!
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and "yields perfectly to Sloan'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 In

the Oiouse against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your

money 'back if not satisfied, 1 but It
does give almost instant relief ;

tues-thrus-fri-wkly

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

Lost Found, Wanted; For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Needs

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR RENT 'Four large rooms,
fireplace in each, rent reasonable,
good location. Close in. 25 Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson St. east. One house from
.'Main street. 20-tf.

New Shell Bursts in Air.
A French army man has invented
it shell which, when" fired from a 75 75-caliber
caliber 75-caliber cannon, will explode in the air
instead of having to come in contact
with something before bursting. The
Invention was devised by Command Commandant
ant Commandant Malandin of the general staff of
Paris. It is saic- that the new shell
increases the range of effectiveness
in aiming at the enemy's fortress or

in the field of battle. French artillery v

authorities state that the new inven invention
tion invention practically doubles the value of
the 75-naliber cannon. The missile
wili undoubtedly be standardized and

used bv all of the French army men.

FOR RFJXT X ten room house, fur-

inished; well located, close in; all

modern conveniences. Apply at

Star office. 10-3-tf

LOST '"Between Ocala and Lake

Weir, lady's short .black coat

Finder return same to this office

and receive reward 26-Gt'
:

FOR RENT Lbrwer flat for rent on

Oklawaha avenue. All anokiern

co:ivenience. Apply (Mrs. B.; !.

liiacuDurn, 4 2 5 -UKiawana ave

nue. J 0-23- 12t

FOR SALE. tPorcelain-lined r;

frigerator; eight division walls to

save ice; cost ?32 wholesale; used

six. .months; price $25. E. C J or
dan & Company, west Broadway
, 10-2S-4t

Jb uit iti.Nii; two lurnisnea rooms
ifor light housekeeping; first
floor, electric lights and gas. Ap Apply
ply Apply 213 OklawaJha ave. 10-24-6t

Mean Insinuation.
"Woman (excited and disheveled)-
"Quick! Give me a glass of brandy
for a woman in a fit." Druggist
(calmly) "Yes, madam. To drink
now or to take away with you?"
London Opinion.
Speech and Thouaht.

-The gift of words' is sometimes
spoken of disparagingly by "practical"

men. But words are merely the sym- j

dois or ideas; and nobody really has
the gift of words who has not also the
gift of thought Before one can talk
with power he first must be able to
think. There never was a great speak speaker
er speaker who was not -l?o a reai thinker.

tice is hereby given that the un

der Jirned. will apply to the governor

ftne state of Florida, on the day, the
23nl of Xovember, 1914
for letters patent incorporating, Ma Marion
rion Marion Bottling and Ice Cream Co., un under
der under the following proposed charter,
the original of wihch is now on file
in the office of the secretary of. state
at Tallahassee Florida.
II. If. Gardner, (1 S.)
' R. K. O'Farrell, (L. S.)
James A. Turner, (IA S.)
I'ropoMed Charter of he Clarion llottl llottl-injjf
injjf llottl-injjf n ml Ice Cream Company
The undersigned hereby associate
themselves for the purpose of being in incorporated
corporated incorporated and forming a corporation
under and by virtue of the laws of the
state of Florida, with ,the following

proposed charter:
Article I. I
The name of th's corporation shall
be, Marion Bottling and I;e Cream
Company, and its business shall be'
eonducted in (the state of Florida and
elsewhere; the principal place, of bus business
iness business of the corporation sh-all be m
Ocala, Marion county, Florida.
- Article 2.
The object for which this corporation
is formed is as follows: To manufact manufacture,
ure, manufacture, prepare, compound, mix syrups,
from which carbonated soda and cola
drinks and beverages are to be manu manufactured,
factured, manufactured, compounded and bottled; to
bottle Mo-cola, mad from the original
Coca-Cola, 'formula; cola drinks to
manufacture ice cream, to buy, sell and
generally deal in ithe same and afore aforesaid
said aforesaid products, ito erect,, run, maintain,
own and operate all -such machinery,
devices, appliances, supplies. Ingredi Ingredients,
ents, Ingredients, -mills and plants as may be nec necessary
essary necessary or desirable, In the manufacture,
preparation of said products, to buy
sell and distribute the rights to manu manufacture,
facture, manufacture, and sell said products, aivd the
territory in which said products are to
be sold; to manufacture,, prepare, mix.
bottle, pack, buy, sell, ship, de-liver and
generally deal in ice cream, .soda wa water,
ter, water, and all carbonated drinks, and
non- ltoxicating drinks and .bever .beverages,
ages, .beverages, ice cream and all extracts, chemi chemicals,
cals, chemicals, products and Ingredients, and all

other things, materials, necessary !n

the manufacture, battling, packing,
the aforesaid drinks, beverages,
creams; to borrow money and td exe execute
cute execute all and any kind of paper, notes,
bonds or mortgages on the .property; of
said corporation, to secure '.the same,
and in connection with any and : all
the objects and purposes herein .ber
fore stated and named.' to acquire by
purchase, hold, sell, lease and convey
or otherwise dispose of real or perso personal
nal personal property, franchises; and in gener-,
al to carry on such operation and en enterprise,
terprise, enterprise, and do all suoh .things and
have all such rights, powers and priv privileges
ileges privileges in conrection therewith as may
be permitted under the laws of the

state or iiorjoa. i
. Article .3. ' .
The capital stock of the corporation
shall be Five Thousand Dollars, divid divided
ed divided irto Two Hundred shares of the par
value of Twenty-Five Dollars each.
Ten per cent, of 'the "Stated capital
shall be subscribed and paid in, before
said corporation shall .transact any
business. All or any part of the .capi-r
t-al stock or said corporation, may be

payable In lawful money ox tne unite. a
States of America, property, stocks,

bonds, franchise rights, iaror or. ser services
vices services at such valuation .as may be fix

ed by the incorporators or Doara oi
directors, at meeting called for that
purpose The agert or of acer desig designated
nated designated by the incorporators to receive
any additional subscriptions ; to the

capital stock or .tne aioresaio. corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, at any time, shall be H. H. Gard--who
will act as secretary and

treasurer or saia corporation, unui a

successor ;is elected or appointea.

Article 4.

,"Th( tprm for which this corporation

is to exist is ninety-nine years, unless

sooner dissolved by mutual consent.
," .. Article 5.

The business of said corporation
shall be conducted, by It. E. O'Farrell

as president and H. H. Gardner as
secretary and treasurer, and the board
nf directors composed of as follows: II.

H. Gardner. It. K. O'Farrell and James

A. Turner; and any other officers or

ns-ATits as the board or directors may

find necessary to conduct the affairs
of the company, the aforesaid officers
and directors to serve -until the first

annual meeting of the stockholders, to
be held the first Monday 'in January,

1915, and the first JUono; ay in January

of each succeeding year thereafter.
Article 0.

The highest amount of indebtedness
or llabildtv of the corporation shall

not exceed three times the amount of

the authorized capitalization or capi

tal. 1 V K.V
' Article T.

The names, residence of the incorpo

rating subscribers 'or stockholders

with amount of stock subscribed is

as follows:

H. H. Gardner, 'Mobile. Alabama
amount $1000.00, shares 40.
R. E. O'Farrell, Mobile, Alabama
amount 600.00, shares 24.
James A. Turner, Moibile, Alabama
amount $25.00, shares 1.
In testimony whereof, we the Incor

porators and subscribers hereunto
acknowledge our signature and sign

our names this day, 17th day of Octo
ber, 1914 A. D.
II. H. Gardner. (L, S.)
R. E. O'Farrell. (IV S.)
James A. Turner, (L

Any firm or person doing business m

county, and any automobile owner,
must pay an pccupiational lisenee, it
is due

I 1 V I J t

" 1 iwmi va

i 7-rc j: j -ri

this

license, do

If you have not secured

not delay as you may have costs
pay in addition to the aniount

to

of

license.

Respectf

W

ully; yours,

i

Tax Collector.

. '. r.

W. E. SM

County Judge.

XOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is nerefby given ito all (cxedi-t
tors, 'legatees, distrd'butees, hnd all!

other ipersons Ih'avins claims or de demands
mands demands against (the estate of Priscilla
Cody," deceased, ito present .the same

duly (proven to ttihe -undersigned with

in two 'years from -this dato, to-wit:

fThis i23rd day of October, A. iD, 1914.

: CP. P. Cad son,
Oeorge -Giles,

Afe Adhiinistraitors of -the Estate, of

s. Pritioilla Cody, deceased..

Yfou 'ukt to Ihave
a KIMBALL

' P L: A .V

- P 'S A K C

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

Located In Ocala, Fla.. Expert worx
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co.. Ocala.

Iclver '& MacKay

Funeral Directors

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERb

fine Caskets and Burial Robes

r. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors

aai worn uone by Licensed Em

balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES

V. Ll. MClXtill 104

u. V. lluliKltlS 305
Undertaking OiSce. ........... 47

t 1

lie

iVr

Too Obliging.

"Conductor, can you tell me Iiott

that brakeman lost his finger?" asked
the Inquisitive woman. "He seems to

be a very nice fellow. It Is a pity he

should be crippled." "That's just it,

mum. He is f good fellow. He Is

so obliging that he wore his finger off

pointing out the scenery along the
linc"-r-Ohieago Nows s
Few ?eople Walk Properly.
The Importance of a graceful car
riage can hardly be overestimated.
Few people walk properly and well.
One's walk should be easy, graceful,
and; above all, natural. Do not turn
the toes in, but take firm and decided
steps. Do not bring the heels down
with a thump at each step, but have
them moderately long and quiet A
well-known writer says, "Whoever car carries
ries carries the chin close to the neck is aU
right from top to toe and will walk
well."

capitMi 'stock' ssaoabb

IOEEP

YOUR ST03LCH AND,
LIVER ILEAITIIY

A vigorous stomacli, perfect work working
ing working liver aud regular acting nowels is
enaranteed if you use Dr. King's

New Life Pillsl They insure good di-

cftstion. correct constioation' and

have an excellent tonic effect oA the
whole System -purify the 'blood and
rid you of all fbody poisons thru the
bowels. Only 25c. at your drug druggists.
gists. druggists. tues-thrs-frl-w

Commercial Bank Block, on
Slagnolia Street, West.

Post Box SHU., Iocal or
tiong Distance .Phone, 203

i f

mum's tmhl mmn nam

AM now in business for my&slf. Conducting a High Class re-
I tail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught tne. what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want. ' f
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

Good Old 6f Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per ganon,: CjlgQ

Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon..' n

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per

erallon.

01

Remember that we will fill
any order you rend us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.

Pouring Houses to Be Great Sport.
Pouring houses, not pouring tea,
is going to be the great sport of wom women's
en's women's clubs in the next decade, accord according
ing according to Mrs. Isa Maud Ilsen, lecturer
and only woman representative of
Thomas a. Edison. And a pleasant
time the guests are going to have,"
she said. "All theysll have to do is
sit and watch a porch drip out here, a
geegaw decoration there, or criticize
the size of the refrigerator or the
funny little window in the den. It
won't take more than an hour." Mrs.
Ilsen is proud of the fact that she
is the only woman representative of
the "Wizard." She admits there are
5,000 men "who act for him, but that
does not diminish her glory.

s
I

Make tny place your headquarters while in the city. You -will to
welcome and bo treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place.". .
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and AL1 KINDS of it in tot tot-ties
ties tot-ties and on draft.

:pno?niETsn

9

OCALA, FILOniDA

mm

ill' IIIIIIWIHIIIHII 'lllfHW1""!"111"1'

ACCUKACY SECURITY

1

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882. 0
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lejssecs,
OCALA, FLORIDA

y First consideration and especial attention .given to small tracts.

:.. .... 't