Tv o r
1 1 j
; V Borlin,, Ncv. 2. The Russian?
Blacic Sea fleiit has been .dispersed t
" 1 i 3 4
fby (the TurkisJi ; fleet, 'ttccorc.ing to an
'oaialal dispatch received tday from
The dispatehwa giws tho follow-
ins aiinouncem-sot (by the Torte Sun-
dayr "AceoTrtlcg to the declara-
tion "Of. captuwd Russian soldiers,
the ."Russian f!e.3t intended to block blockade
ade blockade the iBoshorus with imtnes, in
order to drive in tr; Turkish, fleet
and destroy lit. Thi Turkish fleet,
fearing the 'Russian! woatld open
hos'tllities without declaring iwar;
pursued the Hlmssian fleet and jdis
persed it." ":.
MONEY ITOi THE 3IOXiE3IS
It -is report that Gkynmany 13
preiJtaring to Sisfnie a n raw war (loan of
one Ibillion Itwo" (hundred and fifty
'rnallion doQtaTsi.and wllil Jadrance fifty
millions tt this to Turkey.
ANOTHER MJtING COUP OF ATj ATj-IJEIITS
IJEIITS ATj-IJEIITS J JIL1 ViE MTTLE
DUondon, Nov. !2. That 'thousands
of German sprisoners fhave been cap captured
tured captured in noith western "Belgaum as
the result of ia daring coup (by Bel Belgian
gian Belgian soldiers, is reported in a dis dis-patoh
patoh dis-patoh tfo the iLondoii Times. The
'Belgian cycte aorps (blew up the rail railway
way railway bridge, cutting "off a large inum inum-ber
ber inum-ber of Germans from the main army
and thousands surrendered to es escape
cape escape annihilation.
WIRELESS Su II TO, BE INTER INTERCEPTED
CEPTED INTERCEPTED BY ALLIES FR03I
OUondon, iNov. 2 iAocording to the
tDunkirk correspondent of the "Daily
Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits orlOvercoats 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.
THE SUITAM INTO
I WAS IIECESSilf FUR TURKEY
h Mmm mm
iMail, ith.? allies jtiave Intercepted a
4 Wireless miessae'ero'iroiTri .F5mnprt,.r AViT-
Kb a .i.in. 'genieral,' saying
that u 43 absolutely necessay (to beat
;''he enemr at Y-pjus. The wireless is
4repbrted to have':aid. 'X)the:rwise we
to iv t Jhdraw
behi nd the
AUSTRIAN'S CLi 131 THEIR ARM ARMIES
IES ARMIES ARE STEADIIiY
X ;J ADVILNCJNG
iVienuji, Cov. 2. (Austrian troops
have ags.in dnvac ed 'Servia, it is offi officially
cially officially arinoTinced. The rvvar office
statement given out 'this jnornlng, is
as follows: ..' .. .
The Austrian ( 'Saturday I success success-ifully
ifully success-ifully attacked a. strongly fortifie I
Serviian position near Rovyre. Our
troops crossed the -Save and iDrina
rivers, wliich vere obstinaitely de de-ifended
ifended de-ifended tby. ithe iS srvians, and occupied
Orna:baror 'Rad 3ankoa2'er Tabano-vics
and two wther fimaM towns.
SHIPLOAD OF SUPPLIES FROM
AMERICA ARRIVED IN HOL HOL-liAND
liAND HOL-liAND SUNDAY
iRotterdam, (Nov. 2. The r first
outside relief for the starving peo people
ple people of (Belgium arrived for that
stricken country today. Foodstuffs
from tone steamer OObienz, which ar arrived
rived arrived .from England 'Saturday, reach
ed Belgium today. The iwork of un unfading
fading unfading the 1000 tons of foodstuff
which (has ben -sent (by an (Asmerican
commission .went on all Saturday
night, Sunday and 'last night.
ib'or cnapped, crackea skin, use
delightfully soothing Rexall cream
of almonds. Gerig's. ad tf
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2,
I IMl uiu
STATE CONCUSSION ORDERS RAILROADS TO GUILD
THE HEEDED STATIDII
OCALA UNION PASSENGER DEPOT
Mr. J. D. Rooney, Secrctiirjr, Mariion County .Hoard 'of Trade, Ocala.
Ik'ap Sir: Tills is to inforni your board, that the coinmis.sioiieis
have concluded to reHiire the railroads entering Ocala, to build a union
iwissen'r station, to be located at-the 'crossing, of the Atlantic Coast
Line and Seaboard Air Line Railways, near the present Seaboard depof.
An onler will be issued in due course, ,. providing for this arrangement.
As advised at the hearing in Ocala on the 13th of October, the
commisi doners propose to give tJie railrosids ample time to pnjvidt! these
facilities, and therefore, the order will require that vork shall begin
on Uie deKt by November -l, 1915 and be completed ivitliin six months
thereafter. It is hoped by 'that; time- that railroad traffic will have be become
come become n urinal again. Y"oun very truly, 1
V f R. (HUDSON BURJt; Chiiirmaii.
TO BE FIRST 3IOVH OF TUR KEY.
'BOTH SIDES AIRE SITTING
UP TO BULGARIA
L01ud.on, (Nov. 2-r-Tiho Turkislt am-
foassaitior to .England was (handed his
ipfciasports today. ".
A 5R euter dispatoh 1 says tha 2 0 0
anmed Bedouins are )' reported to
"haive entered fEgypL ,
r (En gT.'aud (has med e lasborate pro-p-Qf
ration s to defend t'h 1 Su ez cmai.
Eight army corps '-- )f Turkish
troops are .reported tmoibiiized foran
(Elgyiptian campaiga. 7
Hike ambassadoj-s cf tihe allied
'pawenj in Constantinople 'have .'re .'received
ceived .'received their, passports.
GREECE AND ilJUUGtARIA NEXT
TO GET INT THE GAEE
Greece ,has .begun tfche imotbilization
of their aa-my upon a compilete war
footing. Strong German aud Turk Turkish
ish Turkish influences are 1 at work lai Sfla
to 'line Bulgaria up on the German
side. Agents of the kaiser and sul sultan
tan sultan are 'playing upon tfae feedings! of
Bulgarian statesmen. The foranaition
of a -;war cabinet at Constantinople
is .indicated (by press dispatches from
ASIATIC COAST MINED
Amsterdam,' Xov. -2. A dispatch
from Berlin says the German ipress
prints an official dispatch from Con Con-stantinoiple,
stantinoiple, Con-stantinoiple, announcing that "all
the Asiatic coast of the Turkish em empire
pire empire has been mined and a state of
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C. L. depot
corner.. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
BY KING ALBERT TO AMERICA
3FXJR THE STARVING (PEOPLE
' OF BELGITOI ;
CLondon, No-. 2. -Kin (Albert of
uBelgaum 'has asked rtlie lAmerdcon
ipe;)iple to help feed fci.'s tstajtving ipeo ipeo-Pi
Pi ipeo-Pi during 3 tihe comiug wiiiter. His
message, wiritt en under fire in the
battle (lefo r4 Dunkirk and tiranismit tiranismit-ed
ed tiranismit-ed to ','the iAmiericau ccflnmission fh&re
(foe. relief in Belgiumf olio ws:
f'l am informed that Aimeriean df-
ficials and citiz-ns in 'Belgium und
Eaigland are working 1ji save my ieo ieo-tple
tple ieo-tple (from the horaroris of 1 he famine
wLSii'dh now thr3ateni Vhem. It ds a
giea.t comfort to me in tl;is hour of
scinrow and mis fortune to feel thiiit a
great 'hearted, disdntwestei people is
direotdng fits efforts to tre'lievdng the
distress of the uno Sending civilian
.populiartion of my coraotrj'-'', Respite
all that 5an be done, (the suffering
in the coming winter will 1ie terrible
tout the iburden we m ust ,bear;will ;be
yghter ed if my .-peopl a can (be sipared
the tpangs of (hunger f with its-frights
full coasequenciss of disease, and vio violence.
lence. violence. 1 confidently 'hope .that the
appeal of the lAmerioan commission
will imeet ro-ith a gerierbus response
The whole Oiearted frieaidsliip of
America shown my (people at this
time always will be a precious mem memory.
ory. memory. ; ;" ; "Ailbert" )v'v
The tpurest and freshest of drugs
only are used in our tprescription de de-partment,
partment, de-partment, and you 'get the result
your iphysician exreots, if prescrip prescriptions
tions prescriptions are filled by us. Bitting &
Knight, druggists. 1 0-31-tf
Phone one four for drugs or any anything
thing anything in the druggist iline. ,We will
give your orders 'careful attention
arid prompt delivery. Bitting &
Knight, druggists. 10-3d-tX
sf n n
GUT IT 18
OLD Ml ALU BOILED
. EVEIIIIIG V
ADVECT OF -TURKEY INTO THE
WAR CAUSES TM3IENSE
Petrograd, Nov. 2. Turkey's ad-
vent into the (war on tihe side of Ger-
imany and 'Austria was hailed with
great enthusiasm in (the (Russian
cap it aL Crowds paraded the streets
singing the (Russian national an anthem
them anthem and patriotism was rampaxii
everywhere; The newspapers express
deep gratification at Turkey's atti-
nuae in. ajamg tne atussrans ,ea ,ea-omles.
omles. ,ea-omles. They declare it makes thos
Turkissh question tpossible (of settle settlement
ment settlement at once and for all time.
INFMCTED ON THE GER3L1NS BY
ANY AJOIY GDUIUG
Pefcrograd, CTov. 2,-It is claimed
tby the (Russian general staff that the
whole easterns -campaign of the Gir-;
imans has it been disorganized tby the:
retreat of the Icaiser's forces before
the advancing (Russian hosts. The
Germans have ceased their counter
attack in the region of Bakalrzveo.
The Austrian forces -which crossed
ithe Carpathiaii3 have heen (checked.
Fresh details dhow the German
defeat at fWarsaw was the worst
they have suffered in the eastern
arena," says the statement issued by
the general staff. "Our advance
continues without interruption. The
German v flosses have heen enormous
and the retreating troops are great greatly
ly greatly disheartened, as letters taken,
from prisoners show."
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye.
Ear, Xose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
, High grade toilet articles of all
kinds, soaps, perfumes, powdens,
etc., at (Bitting & Knight's, the drug druggists.
gists. druggists. 1 0-31-tf
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
OVER WITH F0!l SATUfiOAV
There have never (been more fun funny
ny funny stunts -pulled off then there were
n. Ocala Saturday, evening. Tio
(Hallowe'en crowd was out in full
force, and everybody was. in dan
ger of being haunted or ibawTJched.
There iwere a score or mrore of pret pretty
ty pretty parties itob many for tho Stitr
t?D iisven men'tion them all end be-
tween the merriment and the moon
light dt ds mot flikoly Ocala has ever
lhaU- a .more jolly even in,?.
The hoys wore out an bigger Iforco.
than usual and perpetrated a .lot of
har ml e ss fun. 1 ffh e n o w styl e of do-'
lag without f rtnt yiards has cut down
the'tr supply of gates, hut' they made
xvp, for it (by shifting t.igns. They
hadt the wheels of a wagon in the
vestibule of the "Temple theater for
iiwCiiile, hut (noeded them for torno
dther atrocity, d ;crriesi theni to
tuivxther. jrart off town
, HSome -rh-ost' or witch -with ia talent. -fuivrnUing'
epigrams made a tour of
this (business center, w riting dignir
with white ipaint on the "show win-d'oWs.-
Et being Sunday, most cC.
these Tem'alnFalJday, and cauwJ ;
much amusemrat to all who passeKl.
Following is ; a list of the'eisns.
which one of the Star's spry rcporr rcporr-ei
ei rcporr-ei copied ibeifore they could l;e
B. .F. Condo.:i: Please den't strike
matches; if you do the h'oss will
blow', up; ho ds msde of 'hot air.
Side is'how e3 Ben, the fat hoy.
Gerig's Dnugstore: This is no
grocery store, If we hai.e got cabhago
head cheese face clerks, If, we" don't
1:111 you, Groves can. :
.Ocala HouB 'TVine Roams: Firo
EJtation tNo. 25 oH(. tpoliee station.
Take a drink and you will want fcoth.
; IH. A. .'Waterman: Don't ferret
the little bowlegged dwarf. Rag
bag; please stay out of the wfnd
with my goods.
IA. fE. Burnett: -Please don't ft.: re
:aiy goods; you will dent them. O.ru O.ru-chifne
chifne O.ru-chifne shop; j-ank for .yale.
L. F. Bal-aid: Gabby shoot; or the
hang out. , . 1
IMunroe & Ch'amb3is3 'Bank: Zoo;
see the animals In the cages. Please
don't talk to the parrot; give him
your money and go out.
iKreger's: 33verythlng in thi3 jwIh jwIh-dow
dow jwIh-dow from K.estamenls to playing
cards. Pohcp chipfi a specialty.
What do yon want for your change.
. (Murray's Book Store : Noah's A rk ;
get the monkeys to show you around,'
hut don't feed them. If you are
dry, get Brother Noah t to wait on
Heating's: City JR. R. office; 'text
(Concluded on Fifth t'age)
CARN BUILDING, 0C4LA
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IHTTINGER. & CARROLIi, PJtOPniETORS
It. It. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Dusiness Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance .$5.00
Six months, in advance. . . 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance. .... .50
One year- in advance. .
Six months, in advance.
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. .... .80
General Election November 3, 1914
For United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FDETOHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of 'Agriculture:
W. A. MoRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLE FO R D.
W. M. ELLIS.
.For Railroad Commissioner:
R. HtJDSON BURR.
N. A. BLTTCH.
Vor State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. L: COLBERT.
a?or County Treasurer:
-JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
For 'County Commissioners:
' W. D. CARN.
J. t. HurraHiNS.
N. A. FORT.
S. R PYLES.
For Members of School oard:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
J. S. GRANTHAM.
dollar x?er ibox delivered, and hard to
sell at that -a deplorable condition
'brought about by the shipment of
and hold them for ransoms that
would crliKjle our country and sdve
funds to the enemy for carrying on
I hce the time will come when
this country will provide that every
man may have practice dn marksman marksmanship
ship marksmanship and some military training. It
is also -my hope that we shall, finally
achieve international status iby which
there shall be a posso eomitatus,
when Ave can combine and coerce any
recalcdtrant power, but we hare seen
the utter worthlessness cf scraps of
paper and other treaties .that ima(j be
swept aside Hke dust in a windy
street. A fight never was won by
'parrying, you've got to hit and not
hit soft. The American people owe
it .to themselves to make their hand
uard their head."
IU. IX)IGE'S PATENT CHECK
UNION DEPOT FOR OCALA
As will be seen by the notice else elsewhere,
where, elsewhere, the state railroad commission
has ordered the lines centering and
crossing in Ocala to build an union
passenger station, the work to begin
a year from this date, and to he
finished in six 'months.
The commission has afted with
commendable ipromptnes dn this
'matter, and 'has made good -wiiat
Mt. Newton iBlitch of that ibody said
to the Star over two years ago, that
the people of Ocala could have an
union station (whenever they made
an united attempt to obtain it.
The station will 'be located in the
omly possible places at the Sealboard
and Coast UJine crossing. Jt is not ordinar Portlon f he 'cfceck is just
Dr. iH Dodge, pastor of the
Presbyterian churc'h, is of an inven
tive or thinking mind, along practi
cal business lines, and has been for
some 'time-working on a plan for a
check that cannot (be raised above
the amount it is -written 'for. The
doctor thinks he bas succeeded and
'has had some of the checks printed
on forms for .the CUunroe & Cham-
ibliss National Bank, and at least one
Jbusiness firm of the city is going to
use them. The ;patent is pending for
the check, and ithe patent attorneys
in Washington say there' is nothiag
to (prevent issuance of such a patent.
The dheck is .rather long and a little
unhandy, in that irespect, but when
put up folded, in books as the doc doctor
tor doctor has them arranged, .they are no
longer than an ordinary unfolded
pocket check book rwtith stub. The
ED. IS EIICOHGEO
Believes that Florida is Coins to Io
a Big AVinter Business
Word comes from Mr. Ed. Carmi-
chael, who is in the east advertising
his Daylight .Route boat line 5 from
Silver Springs to Palatka, and mak making
ing making contracts ?-nd forming connec
tions with the different railroad,
steamship and tourist agencies of $11
the big cities from Virginia to Elaine.
that he is (doing well and meeting
with every encouragement.
iMr. Carmichael feels from what ho
sees and bears that Florida is going
to bave the greatest tourist business
the state has ever, known and that he
will have all the (business he can
handle over his line, which will this J
estJiunra .ua.eua ltfu-an, -v&vn w:ay Uictiiy,
and the hotels of Ocala will 'be taxed
to the utmost to care for the tour tourists
ists tourists stopping ever here. Ir; Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael is distributing bis-handsome,
32wpage, itbree-color folders adver advertising
tising advertising tbe axnite? This tf older is the
(prettiest and best illustrated piece of
advertising matter that the county
-has ever issued. The first edition of
the folder is 25,000.
a good -place a railroad crossing at
the bottom of a grade is always a
bad place for a passenger station
but it is the only (place obtainable in
Ocala, and with care and proper con construction
struction construction most of the dangers in incident
cident incident to the location may "be neutralized.
ESSENTIA! TO FEDERAL AID
Japanese (factories have ordered
14,000 bales of American cotton.
We will now see wbat the Sultan's
-leadership of Islam amounts to.
.The Tampa- Tribune ably sums up
as follows the reasons Why citizens
of 'Florida should vote for the mili
tia (or second) amendment in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's election:
The Militia Amendment
A misconception of the actual pro provisions
visions provisions of the constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment affecting the organized state
militia has (been prevalent among
press and pulblic; .and as .this amend amendment
ment amendment ds to be "voted on next Tuesday
the TrSibune desires to explain to the
voters just, wthat it means.
The -purpose of the amendment; is
in brief, to make the organization of
tbe (National -Guard of Florida con
form to the organization of the regu regular
lar regular army. (An adt of Congress re-
- Editor Straub is (badly mistaken uiPes ,thQit this be "done' VaaHty
when He inltimaties the Tribtane faii1Uire tto niply with it on the
Tznrvii-M ha lAall&htckA .tr Iq ihlm In I 'Prt
U ou are a democrat, be sure and
go to the polls and cast-your (vote
Aj dispatch 'from Berlin says the
Tkirks bave formially annexed Egypt.
Here is a small bet that ifche Nile will
freeze before Turkisb cavalry (horses
v drink from dt.
Jail. Why, we'd .be Ithe first to smug smuggle
gle smuggle Mm a file.- Tampa Tribune.
A newspaper file?
like any other and -is filled in exact
ly -the same. The specimen the doc doctor
tor doctor (brought to this office was filled in
to Jobn Doe and "unsigned which
makes it impossible for us to profit
by the transaction. It lis for $475.
'Across the rSg,h band end of the
check numbers are printed, 1 to V,
with .small columns Tuled between.
The specimen we bave is cut off be beyond,
yond, beyond, and leaving the five (and, of
course, all of the lesser numbers
showing ) Tbis end is to take care
of the odd dollars when the check is
dratw.n for a lesser sum than $1.
Across the other, or left band' end,
are small iruled columns, with the
words ten and the "figures as well up
to ininety, iln increases of ten, then
from one b'undred to nine bundred,
on the even ihundreds, and the check
we bave ds cut off, leaving the four
hundred sbowiing as the last, and,
(necessarily, the tgreatest number.
The numbers nip ito minety being on
the inside (nearest to you) and the
numbers from one to nine bund red
being on tbe outside (farthest from
you) and the check ds cut In, imme immediately
diately immediately after the seventy on tbe In Inside,
side, Inside, and the greater 'printed num num-(bers
(bers num-(bers read four ihund red seventy-five.
(Dr. IDodge says be will pay $1,000 to
any person wiho can raise the check.
Tbe odd cents are not provided for,
J. : St. IRafftery, tbe well known
div5sion passenger agent of the G. S.
k says this will ibe 'Florida's
greatest touTlst season in years. Mr.
Bafftery (has just returned from a
several weeks (trip to Chicago and
Hie month; west.
of a state being to ;bar that
state from participation dn federal
appropriations for fthe support of the I of course, and are merely written by
militia. It is through these (Federal band in the ibody of ithe Check. The
appropriations that the National (Star .hopes the bankers and (business
Ouard of Fiortda ds uniformed, arm- firms of the country will think well
ed and equipped 'hence it is essen- of the patent an'd that Or. IDodge will
tiiai .tnat this etate conform to tne no wnai eo ibw uwo Ocala all voters will vote at the
provisions of the act of Congress, ma kc a -iot oi auuucy. court (bouse, "up-stairs, In the cir-
Florida, it appears, Is the only sftate cult court irooim. lit is important
fin the Union wbich 'has constitution- The (Star owes an apolidgy ito Mr. Lit vAmr riflmwmt oast Ma vote
AT THE BAPTIST CIITICII
iSunday was a red letter day at the
(Baptist cbnrch. There were 232
present tin the Bible school. Pastor
Stephens preached two of the best
sermons be (has ever delivered to his
congregation. Tbe .house was full at
both services, and the annual report
to the association showed all 'lines
of work well up. The women were
particularly (gratified to know that
their gifts amounted to over $ 5 00
and this beside personal service and
intellectual and spM'tual growth thax
cannot be computed.-Delegates were
elected to the associatlonal meeting
to be beld on next "Wednesday and
Thursday at "Willi3ton.
Pastor and lilrs. Stephens are
-greatly beloved (by tbeir people, and
'perfect barmrony premils among the
tmembersblp of 586.
IA very instructive feature of the
f ay's service was the talk before the
Bible school by Judge W. S. Bullock,
wbo gave (the "Illegality of the Trial
of Jesus" from a (lawyer's point of
1 Mrs. Park Trammell added macb
to the morning service iby singing a
ilovely solo. Qlrs. Tramimell bas a
fvoice of exceeddn'g sweetness and it
has -been beautifully cultivnated. At
might the music was dn charge of the
male cborus, composed of a dozen or
'mare of fine young men wtb CMr.
Frank Cates as director.
USE OIT. SUCCESSFUL, TRIED
CUITTIVATING YOUR SOIL AND YOU
BEST CROPS POSSIBLE.
7Lij get Tin:
IT IS A WASTE NOT TO KIT THE
MENTS; THEY COST NOllIING
IMENT AVIIICII SAAES MONEY.
WE ALWAYS CAN FURNISH AUj IARTS OF THE IM
PIGMENTS WE SELI:
COUNCIIj MEETS i
s TOMORROW NIGHT.
Tbe city council will convene In
regular session tomorrow might.
Among the important work .before
the ibody will 'be tbe canvassing of I
the returns of the two Ibond elec
tions theld last week.
THE GENERAIj EliECTION
The general election will toe .held
ail over tbe county itoniorrow. In
I S C 7XZi (V i vtV
1 X x
al provisions affecting the' organiza- j. t. Muttchins of iRomeo, democratic neglect nor shirk ithe duty.
tion of its militia; therefore, it Is 1 .nomiinee for county commissioner
CV disoaitcb ifrom Sidnev (New Soutb necessary in tbis to amend the con- from the second (district. IBy an in-
TVales. says that it is reported that station in order to bring about 'the excusabile wwslgbt, Oils name bas
tbe German cruisers Scbarnborst and changes .redulred. been omitted from tbe list of own-
rruesday (reduces the rank of tbe the uadt Ifew weeics iinoi lunm
n t -M 1 I t I ilUtXMlaV 0eiLLLOtS .T.n T31T1 K fHF !T 1 I Tha iliQar ITW IWHJWJV2rf UVC lULlttVl,
oi tmt3ir aairuiTB to i epitjuioii i - 1 -
I J ... 4. X I A A II-. 1 LA t WwMvnmn rfw A 1.
Chelr coal supply. These are the PUJUU1"1' fue,ra xrom major gener- maiK9 any imawn nuuwvc
tv rtw ihombardd IaneGlte- the 110 brigadier general, wihlcb Is the (Hutchins, twhose menas
- .... I ... A, J i
; case in ail otner states, and makes far mim ahmow, dux une wear uau t
tbe terms of office of commissioned excuse itself nor excuse its friends
. ...... i wi iv m i 1 1 rin u T -1 I it rvwTKCi wrtT i n.imiio I IK unr i i itTiicy n I i I I m iijiiiii iai 1.11V.
ivears asro tne xsritisn ana i '" t- wunuiuvuij xn'"b
' I A- ,1 i i 1 I . r r ITT.uililin ita AV
JC ACXlViX tCVO CVl7i3 VI A l4 A i 1 1
"Somibarding Sebastopol. IDispatch- k.u.s w in .iuwl ,tue require- ceuenx igeiKuouiii
aTiounioed tibat the ments or the tederal Haw and unless democrat, and if ithe aufcnoraxies win
iSebastoool ,tliey are "me, Taorida will lose tthat Uet us we will go over in bis district
. . 1
'federal aid .which .is aibsohitely nee- and vote for. hum.
esarv to (fch ,Tna'iTitaTinTiirv Af ita r-r I i
"ganizea minua. rnne amendment of the reasons wliy our igov-
tberefore is of much more impor- Urnment does not remove its troops
tance than would appear at first ,r vnr 4 s that every Mexi-
I 'A.-A -r-AA V Af V
can dn that city Who has sold sup
uncus support. LvT-s in nV ntihar war given
(Tbe board of county commission
ers -will meet (tomorrow and there is
much (business (before the body.
-part of Tahiti.
"Turks are ibombarding
Isold toy the ally of the Trench and
British If the iFrencb and the IBrit IBrit-had
had IBrit-had known as much in 1854 as
Oiey know now, Turkey would not be
In a position to bombard anytbody.
SCHOOIi BOARD IN SESSION
The board of public instructionis
dn session at the court house and
will require several days to care for
Ithe large volume of (business ibefore
It this momth-
lAill our young soldiers join in ask-
xas their friends to vote for the mll mll-5Ssxy
5Ssxy mll-5Ssxy amendment tomorrow. It will
lielp them tgreatly. The amendment
will be beaded "A joint resolution,
plies, or in any
tassiistancA to (Americans, is
,4SPBAK SOiTTLY AND .m-k IH rn nibbed
I UVitJAHJiili '11. W iiaure
CARRY A BIG STICK" ,with death. Our government has
It is evident by tbe followine- to- demanded of the Mexican gov em-
proposing an amendment to tSection sport of remarks made -by Col. Roosc- ment that it promise -that such peo peo-3.6
3.6 peo-3.6 oil Article IV.' The judicial tvelt, in an address at Princeton Fri- pie not be molested, and the promise
acmsndment, proposing anf amend-day, that the ex-president has not has not been given.
ment to Sedtion 1, Article V., is also changed bis views since he said,
a good one, and will help to facili- "Speak softly and carry a big stick
late Ibe (work of the courts. and. you shall 'go far."
'Princeton, X. J. Oct. 30.-
The shipment of green fruit, de- Roosevelt told Princeton students in
I wish to call the attention of the
Jadies of the county and city to the
t .t x. rr i I
seeing machine repair man and if
word Is sent to the Ocala Bargain
House or to me personally he will
call on you and do any needed re
pairing or (regulating on your ma
chine, no matter what Mud of ma
chine you may have.
Respectfully, B. Goldman,
1.1-2-tf Ocala, Fla.
c2nres A. B. Johnson, local manager ATl address today that be had seen
of the Orange county branch of the Lthe plans of bwo empires now involv-!
D. .E. Qlclver, or the large mer-
Another German submarine got in can tile firm of Qlclver & OlacKay, of
its drllv (wm-v Sat n rd av. sinkinff the Ocala. was In Clearwater last even-
British cruiser Hermes on her way ing visiting his many friends, the
home from Dunkirk to the mouth of Jeffords, Baskins, Davis and paid his
the Thames. The 'Hermes was an old respects to the -Sun.. CMr. iMoIver is
vs.sp,i '-n? miniQwih-oiir itftt -vtaliie. I vn of the big: men of IFlorida. He
Florida Citrus Ichange, Has al- ed in the European' war to capture l1llf r 1f, tWaf 1TYoiT1, .v conditions in the state are good
t n ,3 A ,1. i,.- w;j. I . A . ..I i'- I
u: 'tuc dxi.iivt, u,uu ic- ;Sreat (American sea pons ana noia u, i ; a r,n ,wt0n th in tiv yyHVat South
fact that they must be launching sub- era state. Clearwater Sun
'marines n t snrnia nnint tti th p mn St.
grapeirun, na oeeu Col. Roosevelt, "to put itseu in such of Belgium. If German submarines All kinds ot bulbs now on sale at
iBccBd tbe price of grapefruit to the, them for ransom.
3aw2st level. Up to the 2th l;22o "it is this country's duty," said
Tnabed to northern cities,
shape that it will fbe able to defend
become nrpv-aipnt in fir rPVip-iish 1 rinala Seed Store.
. , . .1 1 X v l"V J.-J.. V
marKexs wim a quaner or a mn- its rights if they are invaded: I my- chann(, taRlr f c,!rif, fT.rtnn,
-.- m J I 1 1 S I ... ,. ... I -'V-"'"a t'
uxru; wxvx auu iunu'gius utrcnue 01 self have seen tne plans or at least or, -,vi .,w -t, iM .rtiv mriii haw a
WUu v,u u.., duu two empires now involved in war to continent will be t.rPnnr in- .hi- nevr line of holiday gocds In due
silt grapefruit is now down to one capture San Francisco and New York oreased if not almost impossible. season.
210 'iEMHJLNCE YOUR
WOiBAJNTS BUTY IX THIS WOIZX.D US TO UOOK
BEAUTIFUL. ADD TO YOU1R NATURAL CIIAKMS (THE
'FASOIMATrON OF GL'ITTBRTXG JEWELRY. IT WILL
YII2LD 'POJEASURE TO'YOORSCLF (AXD A GEDXT THDIGIT
TO OTHERS, OUR STORE CLEAIMS WITH PRETTY OB OB-JE'OTS
JE'OTS OB-JE'OTS IX GOLD AXD (SILVER AXD PRIECIOUS STOXE3.
BUY YOUR JEWELRY 'fTROCH US. WE 0DOXT,OAJRRY THE
CHEAP, TAWDRY STUFF; BUT iHOXEST GOODE HOX HOX-(ESTLY
(ESTLY HOX-(ESTLY PRICED.
A, E, BURNETT RELIABLE JEWELER
? OCALA, FLORIDA,
To a Person VJho PFicIss
, BiinoeSl on Eis Ap?2C?c2ii28
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
i is a necessity. To supply that nc-
sala SCeasna Lannedlc
402-401 S. Slain street
Rt. Rev, Abbott Charles, Pres. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Five Mllea.West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AHD C0E1E1RCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A C. i. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16,1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
kxix 0CAI1A EVENING ST All. 3IONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1014
The Better Wail-Board
THERE'S a better way to
build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of materia! a W3y to build
better more permanent walls. Tha:
way is by using Badger-Bcard J
Easy to Apply
OADGER-POA7iD h; esy to ap.
ply. Don't wait for psterers
do the work yourself. Ail t!;e tools
needed sish :r:mer and saw ar.d al almost
most almost anybody ccn Co &.n expert job job-A
A job-A Badger-Board wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
TDADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
' or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses. : -v
Call -on or write for prices
J. I. McCASKILL,
State Agent, OCALA, FLA
2,000 BOXES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
Do You ivant them at a Bargain?
I have a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-aere
tract, all fenced bat no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of orange3 now on trees
almost ready to ship. Big, fine
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. Savage, Jf
Room 5, Merchant's Block,
Phone 123, OCALA, FLA
"Go Kforth fey Sea"
Merchants & Miners Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes
yervic6. Wireless, telegraph on al)
steamers. Through fares and ticket
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
II. C. AVERY, Agent,
I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line' and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
But Few Do.
Blessed be the man at the top who
members those who steadied the lad lad--
- lad-- for him.
I : 0ts
hJy ". j i I
14 FORT KING AVENUE
FRIIAV AT FELLOWSHIP
In t!ie-capacity of acting corres correspondent
pondent correspondent for the Ocala Star, it was a
pleasure and a privilege to be pres-
; ent at the dedication of the 'beautiful
new school bui'ding, which Te3ecte-1
j so much credit en the people of Fel-
j The locaticn ".vas wisely chosen.
Nature 'has Leen generous and form formed
ed formed a background of wondrous beauty
I i't thi3 commoiious an-ci well-plan-;
ne3 building, whUh wIH .in years to
corne inspire many io a better pre-
juration fcr life's work,
j Thru the courtesy of IMr. Brvin,
; Secretary Rooney, of the board of
1 trade at Ocala, had been asked to
master of ceremonies, 'Mr. OFtooney
took the platform in his usual "right
at home" way, saying that it was an
ideal spct, ideal day, and an ideal
occasion, and with a few other well well-chosen
chosen well-chosen remarks announced that the
program wouM 'he opened 'by seri: seri:-ture
ture seri:-ture reading and "prayer by 'Rev.
After the reading from Proverbs
XII. followed by prayer, :the school
S2ng very nicely, "Happy Welcome,"
iwh:ch was most appropriate.
3Ir. Rooney then introduced .Mr.
W. D. Cam, and Mr-Cam said In
P2rt that he was proud of our gov governor
ernor governor and state superintendent and
wished tn congratulate them, and the
people, and more especially the pa patrons
trons patrons and citizens 'for 'making such a
building. Thai In the cities they
were proud of their .magnificent
buildings at great cost, but that he
felt that the people of Fellowship
ha4 eiiuse.to 'be proud of their school
building, because they had a $3500
building 'for S2000. Mr. Cam said
they had expected to have the build building
ing building seated for this occasion, but ow owing
ing owing to a delay in the shipment of the
seats they were disappointed. Also
that they -were aiming 'high, and
hoped sometime to 'have a high
school In this 'best country neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. ;
'Mr. Cam paid a high compliment
to Superintendent Shcats, by saying
that he had dene more than any five
men for education..
The quartet then sang, "Worthy is
the Lamb, "f and the applause indicat
ed the appreciation of the crowd.
At this juncture ;Mr. Rooney intro intro-ducedxGovernor
ducedxGovernor intro-ducedxGovernor Park Trammell, say
ing, "he is a Florida fproduct, a son
of this great state, and I hope to see
liim ascend higher and higher, until
he reachos the White House."
The governor prefaced his re remarks
marks remarks by saying that he felt that Mr.
Rooney was a little extravagant in
his hopes for thim.'and he feared he
was like the man who was bragging
that he could -whip anyone in the
town, county or state, and while in
the act of bragging, was hit a bin
and went down, and on picking him himself
self himself up, remarked that lie (believed he
had covered too much territory. iThe
governor said he appreciated 'Mr.
vRooney's good wishes, but feared he
had covered too much territory.
Governor Trammell said it was
the first time that fae had 3iad the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to gratefully acknowledge j
the token of esteem extended to him j
toy the 'people of Fellowship in aiding
him in gratifying (his ambition to be
governor of Florida, lie said that he
hoped conditions were what the
name Fellowship implied, as it was
something to be most highly esteem esteemed.
ed. esteemed. He was pleased with the enlarge enlargement
ment enlargement and expansion of educational
advantages and felt that the people
were to be congratulated on the
commendable sentiment that (prompt (prompted
ed (prompted them to build their handsome
Superintendent Sheats gave a most
excellent address, in which he set
forth the wonderful growth Flor Florida
ida Florida has made in the last twenty
years in education.
At the close of vMr. Sheat's ad address,
dress, address, a .bountiful dinner was spread
by the good ladies of the neighbor neighborhood,
hood, neighborhood, and everyone present did am ample
ple ample justice to it.
The afternoon was devoted to the
interests of the Florida Vegetable
Marketing Bureau. (Mr. Rooney
stated the object of the bureau was
to secure the proper distribution and
marketing of the products of Florida
Aftr roadinsr a cliomns: from; a
Jacksonville paper in regard to the
bureau, Mr. .Rooney Introduced IMr.
C. E. iBassett, specialist in co -operation
of the agricultural department,
In his opening remarks 3Ir. Bas
set t explained ihow SMr. Rooney had
come to them in iWrashington with
his cork screw (methods and "how im
possible it was to get rid of liim
without 'losing ta part of bis anato
my, so he hai.granted 'Rooney 's re
quest and promised to come.
IMr. Basse tt said that the very
same thoughts as those embodied in
the Vegetable (Marketing Bureau are
being worked out in Washington, and
that every fbody is interested and anx anxious
ious anxious to 'help, ut that it is impossi
ble to help the individual farmer
That it is no use for' the farmer to
raise more, rwhen 'he can't market
the stuff he Iras raised.
The fact iwas plainly set forth in
IMr. lBassetf 3 talk that the only sal salvation
vation salvation for the farmer is in organiz organized
ed organized effortt and cooperation, and cit citing
ing citing as examples of this fact the great
success of the northern apple and
peach "growers and the fruit growers
of California. 'All these people are
organized and therein lies the secret
of their wonderful success.
He told the farmers that if thy
would get together in an organiza organization
tion organization the government would (be glad
to help them. That they .must raise
more uniform crops to tmake it pay
and an order to fully supply the
markets to which they wished to ca cater,
ter, cater, and that when the stuff was
raised dt must ibe turned over to some
one whose business it was, to market
it, thus saving the time of the farmer
and putting the -products in -the ibe.it
possfble market. IMr. Bassett's ad address
dress address was entertaining ibut filled with
good hard faots, and in closing he
oirged the,farmers to get together, to
go (before the office of markets in. a
'body,' and they would be heard as it
was their policy to help through the
medium, of organizations such as the
Florida Vegetable (Marketing -Bureau.
'Here IMr. IRooney introduced iMr.
L. S. (Light, who gave a short bat
excellent talk. iMr. .Light is some sometimes
times sometimes o-lei "Old Fx and .Figgers,"
an-dln introducing him .Mr. 'Rooney
referred to this. ;.
v (Mr. Light'said thaf he had no 'Tig 'Tig-gers"
gers" 'Tig-gers" with him 'but proceeded to
state some plain facts showing that
'the farmer cf today is up against
a serious proposition; unless there
can be a way devised 'whereby he can
market 'bis products profitably.
IMr. (Light said the reason that the
farmers 'were poor was (because they
like himself did not know where j:o
ship their products, and shipped the
right (bunch to the wrong place, and
that the only way to overcome this
iwas to ftrave a man whose business
it was, to keep posted on the markets
and put the farmer on the right track.
ut tbe close of Qlr. Ligrht's remarks,
IMr. iRooney introduced Prof. Vernon,
dean of the Agricultural College at
Gainesville, who gave an excelle.it
talk, urging that the farmers see
it'hat their boys and girls learn some something
thing something 'besides (books in their school
work, ot .better still that they have
the text (books dhanged, putting ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural instruction -in the readers
and agricultural problems in the
The government ds now spending
mililion's of dollars to educate peo people
ple people who should ihave been educated
years ago in the schools and now it
is up to the farmer of today as to
. rt V- e 'a.
wnecner at win De necessary ior me
government to spend money to edu
cate Ms children, in the future, or
wihether they will be properly taught
economics arid marketing now while
Dr- (Weaver closed the program of
the day with ta stfiort address tell
ing what the (Florida Marketing Bu
reau has .been doing and bow nec
essary it is that all the farmers
should join in this movement in or
der to make the organization a suc success.
cess. success. The doctor closed bis remarks
by urging that every one come to the
meeting -at Ocala on the '26th and
27th and join the organization and
help on with this work.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to wire
deafness, and that is by constitution
al remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. Wh-jn
this tube is inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf
ness is the result, r.nd unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one h mid red dollais
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
Ball Covers Sewed by Hand.
Bo far nd machine has been found
to give satisfaction in sewing the cov covers
ers covers on, baseballs. Hundreds of thous thousands
ands thousands of balls are used every year, and
they are all hand sewed. A man
working his best can not finish more
than three dozen a day.
Iclver ..& MaeKay
UNDERTAKERS and EHBALHERb
Hue Caskets and Burial Robes
O. E. McrVER and C. V. ROBERTS
VII Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
O. E. 3IcIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Cndertakinrr Office 47
RECORD OF PAGANS IGNORED
March of Events Brought Forth the
Christian Saint as the Per Per-4
4 Per-4 sonal Ideal.
The transition from pagan to medie medieval
val medieval thinking is marked by the Intro Introduction
duction Introduction of Christian ideals and the
ascendancy of the organized church,
asserts a writer In the Engineering
Magazine. The Roman citizen, ani animated
mated animated by the sense of human dig dignity,
nity, dignity, had cultivated a quick assertion
of rights and a quick resentment of
wrongs. The Christian priest, humil humiliated
iated humiliated by a sense of sin, now sounded
the depths of self-sacrifice and bodily
mortification. The hordes of barba barbarian
rian barbarian Invaders who exterminated the
martially inclimed Romans ignored
the humble early Christian bishops,
and permitted them to possess them themselves
selves themselves of the administrative plan of
the fallen empire, and organize their
church upon it.
Learning also fell Into the hands
of the church, so that soon the story
of ancient virtue was real only in
monasteries where, viewed as the rec record
ord record of pagans, it fell coldly upon minds
filled with the doctrine of human
depravity, and cramped into a barren
dialectic by the limits which religious
dogma Imposed. And so, within the
precincts of the church, in the her hermit's
mit's hermit's retreat and in protected monas monasteries
teries monasteries and nunneries, the image of
the pagan hero faded into the back background
ground background and that of the Christian saint
was installed as the personal ideal.
HIS LIFE SAVED BY A BET
English Soldier, Determined to Win
His Wager, Absolutely Ignored
Surrtmons of Death.
When Colonel Hay, notorious for his
love of gambling and betting, "was se severely
verely severely wounded in the Peninsular war,
two brother 'officers came across his
apparently lifeless body.
"Poor Hay! He's gone at last," said
one named Windsor.
A faint voice came from the
ground: "I'll lay you a cool hundred
he's not." His death seemed only
a question of minutes, but he contin continued
ued continued : "Enter the bet, and you, Mars Mars-ton"
ton" Mars-ton" addressing the "other officer
He then fainted. When he. was taken
to hospital the surgeon told him the
bullet could only be removed by saw sawing
ing sawing through two ribs and introduc introducing
ing introducing a child's hand to extract it, as
forceps could not touch it. "The
chances are," he added, "that you will
die under the operation."
"If Winsor,will make his' bet double
or quits, I'll consent," said the colo colonel.
nel. colonel. '"
"Now Eaw away," said Hay. "1
won't die." And he did not.
"But for that bet," he said after afterwards,
wards, afterwards, T should be a dead man; it
was my determination to win it that
kept me alive."
Recognized Sinews of War.
On the occasion of the annual en encampment
campment encampment of a western militia, one
of the soldiers, ti clerk who lived
well at home, was experiencing much
difficulty in disposing of his rations.
A fellow suffer;! near by was watch watching
ing watching with no llttlts amusement the first
soldier's attempts to fletcherize a
piece of meat. "Any trouble,, Tom?"
asked the second soldier, sarcastic
"None in particular," was the re response.
sponse. response. Then, after a sullen survey
of the bit of beef he held in his hand,
the amateur fighter observed:
"Bill, I now fully realize what peo people
ple people mean when they speak of the
sinews of wTar.
Not Quite Pure Gold.
Into a New York jewelery store
there came a shy, pretty young lady
with her engagement ring, which had
been bought there and which she
would like to have changed. ; :
The ring fitted her exactly and she
was greatly pleased with-the noble
sentiment of the Inscription, "What "What-e'er
e'er "What-e'er betide, let love abide," but she
did not like its arrangement.
Examination showed that the stolid,
unitnaginative old German engraver
had carved in the sentence regardless
of the ring-maker's little stamp of
quality, and so it read. "Whate'er be betide,
tide, betide, let 14-K love abide." Judge.
.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.
A Great Relief.
""Say, old man, you're looking a hun hun-ired
ired hun-ired per cent better than you did a
rear ago." "I was worrying about
aiy debts then." "All paid now, eh?"
"No; but they have grown, so that I
mow there i3 no use trying to pay
'.hem. I tell you if a great load off
A PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has been asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
"They are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. Be sides
thej' improve the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, wnile the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
Brick City Cider aiid White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingatfs Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
. We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
PI Tl7 Tl0 P
Crystal River, Fla.
YT7E have just added to our business, a large
u v v..' 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 tlfe
assurance, of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you S money.
Y1' JYrrriCirh Cxwcnrro
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Caullnsx'
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
COLLIEK EEOS., PFcpnetors.
li Yon Will Take Enotipli oi Onr jce
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And if the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest' day of the week, which In a day ofl
rest for nearly everybody hut this
eala Ice &
Put Your Ad. in the STAR if you want RES!HT3
per gallon, QH.2S
per barrel 2.63
"V Superior to Plaster
Quality or Price
ice man of yours.
FOUR ....... THE OCALA EVENING STAR, 3IONDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 191 1
J OCAL A SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for thi3 department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
(For' every under the sun there is
a remedy or there is none. If there
is one then find it, if there is none
then never -mind it.
iMrs. Park Trammell, wife of
Florida's popular g
'tinguished visitor t
the guest of Senat
Carney, and this a
ernor, is a dis-
Ocjla this week
Airs. E. L.
on in honor
of her guest Airs. Carnly entertain
ed at a beautiful reeeptii
&n, tne guesi
a?t. including: .three hundred friends
The Carney home on
avenue was aglow iwlth the seasons
choicest flowers,, intermingled with
fern and growing plants. The
chandeliers were -twined with aspar asparagus
agus asparagus fern and the mantels were
ibanked with ferns and .gorgeous
roses, exquisite pink ones (being used
In the parlor and white dn' the 11 11-.brary.
.brary. 11-.brary. 'In the halls a 'profusion of
begonias and other flowers were ar
itisticaHy arranged and in the dining
roam a charming arrangement of
White and red daThias With fern
made a .beautiful central decoration
tfor the round table, covered with
rich cluny lace cloth.
Sharing the (honors of the beauti beautiful
ful beautiful party 'Win (Mrs. Trammell were
the tmemfbers of Dicklson Chapter, IT.
D.C, of Which the hostess is first
vice-president; and as the guests ar arrived
rived arrived they were greeted in the front
veranda by ttwo ofl .the chapter's
most loyal (members, airs iRdbert
(Blake arid .IMiss Josie .Williams.
(Mrs. IR. S. Hall and (Mrs. !R. IA. (Bur (Bur-ford
ford (Bur-ford invted the callers into the hiall
and (Mrs. G. S. Scott 'presented them
(to 'the receiving line, composed of
' Mrs. Carney, (Mrs. Trammell, IMrs.
Edward tfldlder, (Mrs. J. H. Taylor,
and iMiss Clara Johnson, the latter
a (popular bride-elect.
On a (previous visit 'Mrs. Trammell
as ihonor guest at a large series of
parties, made a host of friends, and
(though she hias (been in- ttihe city since
(Friday, this afternoon offered the
only opportunity to (many friends to
extend (hearty -greeting and a cordial
welcome to iher. For the occasion
IMrs. Trammel! wore a most lb com coming
ing coming 'gown? of white charmeuse fash fashioned
ioned fashioned en (train (with (bodice and tunic
rwith -filmy, shadow lace, embroider embroidered
ed embroidered rwit'h 'pearl ornaments. IA girdle
of delicate (blue lent color to the
(toilette and rwas a pretty contrast to
ithe exquisite -pink roses worn,
t IMrs. Carney's gown was yellow
xarepe ide ohene', (beautifully embroid embroidered.
ered. embroidered. (Mrs. (E. O. (Peek, (Mrs. (H. IM. lHamp lHamp-Iton
Iton lHamp-Iton and (Mrs. 'Leon iFishel received
between the (parlor and library and
in the flatter troom, (Mrs. J. CD. Rob Rob-ertson
ertson Rob-ertson introduced the out of town
guests and teachers in the faculty of
our school this winter. They are:
(Miss Scott, (Miss ; Abernathy, (Miss
(Dean, (Miss (McKissock, (Miss "Beck,
(Miss dark, (Miss iMendenhall; (Miss
'Robinson, (Miss tMizelle, JMiss .Mc .Mc-CSlain
CSlain .Mc-CSlain and JMiss Griffin. 'Assisting in
entertaining 4n the dUbrary were (Mrs.
J. C. B. Koonce, (Mrs. W. V. ew ew-som,
som, ew-som, (Mrs. S. T. Sis trunk and (Mrs. L.
Blalock and (Mrs. -George Blitch
invited the (ladies to the dining room
where delightful grapefruit punch
and cake was served (by (Misses (Mary
CBuilfard, (Minnie (Stovall, Josephine
Bullock, (Bessie (MacKay, Alice (Bul
lock, (Katharine Livingston, (Bile
Clarkson and (Annie (Atkinson.
"In the rear (hall the guests pass
a ew minutes pleasantly with (Mrs:
(Bunyan Stephens, (Mrs. (Marcus
iFrank, (Mrs. JM. Fisnel IMrs. G. W.
(Richardson, (Mrs. S. R. PyiXes and
IMrs. T. (H. Johnson, and from there
Mrs. (Howard Clark and (Mrs. iE. C.
iBennett asked them to the spacious
veranda Where (Mrs. iAnnie Van Van-iDeman,
iDeman, Van-iDeman, (Mrs. J. (H. (Livingston, Sr.,
and (Mrs. W. W. IHarriss received.
The piazza was arranged as an out
door living room, and quantities of
wild flowers were used in its deo
orations. There many of the ladies
lingered for an half (hour or longer,
further enjoying the hospitality of
the Carney home, which on all oc occasions
casions occasions is so graciously disipensed by
(Mrs. B. A. Weathers went out to
Old town this morning to be at the
bedside of (her mother, (Mrs. iNancy
-Ferguson, who continues ill
(Mrs. Youttz is one Of !Afa rt I'5 -mnt
loved members and her "host of
friends in that community and else
where join in wiishing her a happy
m m m
Woman's Club Annual Musical
'At the annual musical and recep reception
tion reception to new (members, given Satur Saturday
day Saturday at the (Woman's Club, the fol following
lowing following excellent program, arranged
by (Miss (Marguerite Porter, former
chaiirman of the .music committee,
was greatly enjoyed by the many la ladies
dies ladies present, the musicians including
some of Ocala's best talent.
iMiss (Dthel .Hayeraft gave the in initial
itial initial selection, playing exquisitely
"Rigoletto," a difficult piano num number.
ber. number. In (the absence of 'Mrs. ;E. H.
iMote, who did not arrive from Lees Lees-iburg
iburg Lees-iburg as expected, 'Miss Porter took
her place on the program, singing
sweetly "The Sweetest Flower that
(Blows," (by Rogers and "In the Time
of IKoses," by 'Buchandt. CMiss Por Porter
ter Porter was accompanied on the piano by
(Miss Peyser and her numbers were
followed iby "IA Tear and a Smile"
by Schiutte, a iharming piano solo
(beautifully played (by one of the
olu'b's new members, (Mrs. R. C.
(Camp. TaMng two scenes from In In-fgomar,
fgomar, In-fgomar, (Miss (Mary (Hill gave a de delightful
lightful delightful reading, iwhich was follow followed
ed followed Iby (Mendelssohn's "Concerto,"
played perfectly (by iMiss Gertie Pey Peyser.
ser. Peyser. CMiss JRosefbud Rbbinson's sweet
voice was (heard to splendid advant advantage
age advantage in StTeleziki's "Hlappy Days."
She was accompanied on the piano
and vfiolin iby (Miss Peyser and iMiss
Connor. The concluding nnsmber of
the interesting program, a violin
solo, was assigned to (Miss (Mary
Connor, who .played (to the delgiht of
all present, Bohm's (Mazurka.
(No business was attended to but
the president, (Mrs. C IR. Tydlngs,
announced rthlat tMrs. J. (E. Chace's
resignation as chairman of educaT
tlon .n'ad .been: accepted and Mrs. W.
D. Cam was appointed to fill the
vacancy. The new year (books for
the dlub were distributed (by the re
cording secretary, after wihich the
club adjourned 'to meet again Sat
urday, November 7th.
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(Mrs. -T. C. Luokie has been try
ing out her new torpedo body car
that (Mr. Lmckie made for her at
ibis garage at odd moments. The
car is very (striking and (graceful in
appearance and runs like a i Witch,
the 'bride's parents in that city. iMrs.
Gates was accompanied as far as
Jacksonville ,by her son and wife,
Mr. and (Mrs. Claude Cates, of (Miami, (Miami,-who
who (Miami,-who 'were also present at the wed wedding.
ding. wedding. .
Ifalloue'en I'arty for Young People
of Presbyterian Church
Saturday evening at their home
on Fort King, (Mrs. G. S. Scott and
(Mrs.' J. ill. Taylor entertained at a
'beautiful and elaborate Hallowe'en
'party, their guests including the
young members of the Presbyterian
church. There 'were fifty in tall and
the evening was enjoyed to the full fullest
est fullest extent. 4
The house was artistically deco decorated
rated decorated in yellow and black jack o'
lanterns, and pumpkins were used,
and black cats, 'bats and spooks
were placed everywhere. The lights
Of the chandeliers were shaded, and
as the (guests arrived only pumpkins
lighted, Illuminated the room.
The guests were received on the
front veranda by CMrs. Scott and Dr.
fW. H; Dodge, and ushered into the
"spooky" regions (by way of the side
dining room doar by (Mrs. L. JM. (Mur (Murray
ray (Murray and (Mrs. iW. W. Condon, (dis
guised as tghosts. In the hall an another
other another ghost, (Mrs. iRobert Blake,
beckoned the merry crowd (to ths-sit
ting room to pull a -fortune straw
from the witdh s (broom. (Miss iNellie
(Gottlieb was the witch, and amusing
.fortunes were told (by 'Mir, J. J. 'Gerlg
and iMrs. (E. L. Carney, who were
also dressed to represent witches.
Corn was 'popped during the even evening
ing evening and among the "special amuse amusement
ment amusement features was the grabbing of
'peanuts from hot salt, dividing black
and wfhite peas in a given time,
guessing words suggestive of (Hal (Hallowe'en
lowe'en (Hallowe'en (from ai juimible df fwords ap appearing
pearing appearing on the 'pumpkins carried by
the ghosts, and then there was a
(h'Uge igrab ibag. (Miss Portia (Spencer
anid (Messrs. Eric Collier and Heron
Todd were awarded prizes for (being
successful contestants. V
' The ref reshmen'ts were in 'keep 'keeping
ing 'keeping with the Hallowe'en spirit and
were 'served Iby witches and ghosts
in procession. While they were
Ibedng' passed (the (house was In (total
darkness nntil (the -last witch, arrived
toeaTing a lignted taper for each
plate. ,' ":
During the evening (Mrs. 'Scott
and (Mrs. Taylor were assisted also
(by (Mrs. Park Trammell of Tallahas Tallahassee,'
see,' Tallahassee,' Messrs. Scott and Taylor,' Wfrs.
(Rex Todd I Qlisse s Manlf er-jBayJUcw an d
Bessie (MacKay in entertaining 3ielr
guests. The ihours jwere, filled with
fl I I;.
The richness in coloring and beauty of these
make them most'.' attractive. :"
em tcarrianfi?outiCoior sciicz 3S m xne
, w 1 1
to bni ';.pupl COMFOHFS :' willloii tk- -xhsi
most exceUently. Their shaSes and
(Mrs. C. L. Camsby, after an ab
sence of several weeks in Sewanee,
Tenn., (Atlanta and other points, re
turned home (Saturday. To the for
ds now a student at Sewanee Univer-
9 0 0 ..'
(Mr. and Mrs. (Jdhn Pasteur, IMiss
Tillle Pasteur, Mrs. (H. W. Henry,
Sr., and JMiss Kate (Scott were visit visitors
ors visitors Sunday, motoring up from (Lake
Weir (to attend services at (Grace
0 J0 0
Miss Louise iBooe returned this
nesday morning, iNovember 4 191 4.
There are no special rates, but ny
To the Daughters of the Oonf eder- looking dn parties of ten or more on
one ticket fromi any one point, tne
ladies can secure mileage (rates.
Sister Esther Oarlotta S. lR.,
: President (Florida Division United
Daughters of the (Confederacy,
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EMfrs. D. (B. iMd ver, president of
acy of the Florida Division
The state president repeats the re request
quest request formerly made, that all mem members
bers members of the division, will adopt cot cotton
ton cotton dress goods for use In the ap approaching
proaching approaching state convention, so far as
imer place she was accompanied by may be practicable foT dlhem, and D. C (Mrs. A.
sner son, .Mr. njameron amsoy, wno thzt they ,will at all end in all y. Sbrunk and IMrs. D. (Blackburn
wjays tpossibae Ifurtlher he, use cff ift (this afternoon for KdssinOTee to
cotton materials during ithis 'period attend the state convention : of the
of great depression In the cotton Daughters of (the Confederacy which
trade, wihich is so vitlal ito the SouthJsonvtes there tomorrow (for a ses-
if not permanently. gion of three days.
The .president general also re-
quests that all delegates jwill if pos- airs. Joseph Olalever and pretty
sible wear a dress made of cotton, to nati daughter. lAdeline. are (home
the exercises on the (Historical even-1 from a visit to relatives In Savannah.
ing, during tne general convention of
the (United1 Daughters of the Con-
morning to Iher school duties at Mo- Lfederacy, dn Savannah, CS'oem)ber llrj
Intosb after naving spent the w'eek- 14 tQiri ..
end with ner mother,
airs. B. H.
1 ar h
iMissJMLinnie Stovall ileaves Sunld
IayfieMLKy., to (be presenit a
f iher cousin, (Miss
"Geneva Stovall .LonTithe seventeenth.
(Miss Stovall will ibe accom'panled b
(hef father, (Mr. "W. StovalH
flampa, and they expect to be
She further asks that whenevei
possible this dress shall (be made of
coods manufactured in. .the home
state of the delegate.
ATr. j: n. Parrish enioyea a vasit?
turday f ro2a-4iIs sister, (Miss Josie
(Parrish. wiho was acodmpanied by
(Mrs. Thomas 'and (little son of Spar
00 J 'l-0:-
aireTITfoT?rTHill arrived -yester
day for a visit tto iier sister, fMrs.
tmk fcJiSk VT m-mbmMim Jr
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(Among the (many new residents
coming, to Ocala for the winter are
CMr. and (Mrs. C. V Patrdc and son, of
(Birmingham. iTr the present Mr.
and (Mrs. Patric are at the 'home of
(Mr. and iMrs. A. R. Sandith on
South Third street.
' mZ-Z VV
The present time is tne opportun- port Leavengoad. She will Tchiain
Ity of the women of the South to until after the big tMarion-Sumter
make home manufacturies, and (home the flatter part of the month,
products more widely used in the
South, and upon mo woman can itms Surprint end cut J. IA. Campbell of
duty .(be more cibligatory than upon Ocala twater works department,
the descendants of the Sputhem wo- mith Wm campoell and their son,
men iwho spun and! wove and made Knllth lTv0 ibeea! at Daytona
the cotton of the South fin to gar- m&3 ,for the past several weeks
iments during the struggle of ;he six- returnbd -(home. The rest and
CMrs. Ida iV. dates has
from a visit to (Macon, Ja., where
she went a MWdaya ago to (be in at- not remeiriber if .woman
ties; who in many cases ciiitivatea
and picked the cotton also. Our
mothers and grandmothers rose to
meet their emergencies, cannot we
aianv of us .will wear wihat we
have, that we may not spend even
mpon cotton, but when we buy,, shall
jvacation tias (benefitted
bell very much.
son, Drt'Raul (Gates, to (Miss Reba
JjQneswbich happy e"vent took place
on Tuesday evening at the home of
Teste rd ay mornin
at the honle of the bride's parents
(Mr. and (Mrs. Joseph Secklnger at
'Mallei, (Miss Irma Louise Seckinger,
and Mr. P. B. Young were united inj
Tniirriasv. Dr. i :H. Dodsre perv
forming fne cerempnvtfllA prettily a-p-pblnted
"weeding breakfast was serv serv-rd
rd serv-rd at ten and at noon the happy
young couple left for Arcadia,
where they will in the future reside.
MADE 111 AMERICA WEEK
Tliis Entire Week
the cotton of the South wil .be sold?
Arrangements' (have,: (been made
with the Atlantic Coast Line for
comfortable accommodations for our
delegates on the fast train to Kissim-
mee, leaving Jacksonville Tuesday
morning, 'November 3rd; at nine
o'clock p. m.; and on the one leav leaving
ing leaving Tampa at T2:30 p. an. the same
day. Ladies going from parts of the
state adjacent to these two cities
will please try to connect with these
The credentials committee of the
statft "convent I on will meet in the
convention hall in Kissimmee,
3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Th (welcome and 'preliminary ex-
t in v. a fTmov QrT)(n T A bi line of 50 cent
and the convention will open Wed-1 The Murray Company
Among the recent am'.vals.in the
Ity is fMiss Pan'ohifta Kendrick of
Tampa, wno is a guest of her cousin,
(Mts. iRobt. iMcClellan. Gliss Kend-
dTick is a daughter of the Tate Cant.
William (Kendrick of the Indian' War War-fame.
fame. War-fame. She bas visited liere a ianm-
(ber of times and has a large number
of friends in Gainesville w!ho are
always glad to greet her. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun, -31st.
'Miss Panchitta .Kendrick, after a
pleasant visit with her cousin, (Mrs.
,Robt. (McClellan, in (this city, went
to Ocala Saturday evening and will
Rye a guest of relatives there a 'few
days before 'proceeding to her home
:in Tampa. Gainesville Sun, '1st.
ItOOM A?iD BATH FOU'A DOLLAH AKD A IIXLV
Completely Renovated and Ncvlanagement
Room IVithout Oath 01.CD -Running
Water inlEyery Room in the Houi j
iscomic -HLH3VATOH cnvicn ; nio: rr all nco::
R0031 AND ILVTII FOji A DOLLAH AIW A HALF
Mr. and tMrs. D. L. Graham and
children went to Ocala 'j'esterday to
at spend a few days with (Mr. Graham's
parents, (Mr. and Mrs. L. IM. Graham.
'DIXIE ..FLYEir. "DIXIE U3irrED
"SOUTH ATLAIiTJO IUUTED
Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati,
intermediate points to Jacksonville. .;-
- ': : 4 .- -' ......
DIKING AID OC3 ElivATION CAES
STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A.,
Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Hillsboro Hotel, Tampa, F1-.
Pnt Your in the STMt if yon vyont RESI
THE OCALA EVENING STAB, 3IONDAV; NOVEMBER 2. 1D14
"We Treat Your Clothes AVhite.".
Rough Iry Work Done O Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles washed
by band, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
VI. Ft. King Ave.
.mm .. ... iMi'iiin , mmmmtmmtL
To Be Upright In Our Dealings
'. "We Put .
OUR 'MEATS UP RIGHT
, IMaklttg It JEasy to
COOK, CARVE TAND CONSmiE THEM
Next to O. K. Teapot Grocery.
A tfk A A A A A
Cirystal Jliver, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crvstal :i
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers, :
sanitary in i every respect Can
:: care for orders both large and i:
:: Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
:: r or xurtner mtormation address
Crystal River, Fla.
I will give fifty'dollars as first payment on one of those $100 lots
in Marion Heights! and one chance ion that.
li,GS3 Pfeiiiii louse ami Lot I
to the man or woman, boy or girl, writing the -best -poem on (the t
J carrying out the thought as a (means of reducing the high cost of
living. Poem to contain not over few en 4y dines.
fcf4 lilf iMtrM kW
ADS OFFER BETTER
(Continued from First Page)
stop the jail. We sell tangle foot;
Troxlef's: Apple worms, 2c a
head now. Tlies with drinks free.
We ibuy (back the worms in the fruit
if you dont ibite them.
IHaycraft's millinery Store: Clos Closing
ing Closing out sale. Rented for a doctor's
office. fTsrade here 'if you iwan t to be
JEIelvemston's Dry Goods V Store :
Harness shop. If your wife is hard
to guide, see us about a tridlel
G. L. iXash: iHorse store. Bon Bonnets
nets Bonnets and 'bridles for lady horses-
Slott's Bhbe Shop: Blacksmith
shop. 1A11 etbck Shooed tby the foou
IFive and Ten Cent Store: (We sell
everj'lhiaig here Ibut the clerks ; we
give them away. Ford auto .part3
for sale here. v
afarion Ward ware: Don't say fish
in here ; the clerks will tell you a
fish story. V-'V" -'y-'-y
CkmTnercial Bank: County ipawn ipawn-shop;
shop; ipawn-shop; fwe are not from Missouri, but
oh, you Buffalo! ; v
Linti-Monopoly: Dr.; Graves et aJ.
Last chance and die game. jWe do
lAircade Baribershop: :Buckot shop.
Here is (where you get skinned. 1
DIoore's Saloon: If war is hell,
take a drink and 'forget it.
H. B. Masters: (Don't think we
are not husy because the clerks are
all out front. Our clerks are tlady
killers. Pick you .out one as you
(Peyser's Cigar Store: Grass rope;
'genuine onion paper, 5 c.
jOourt 'Pharmacy: Pig pen. Thoso
wishing landscape patotings, see in inside.
side. inside. !Tr ireference, see ; our com com-'petitory.
'petitory. com-'petitory. ':f S: t : -x
jRheinauer's: ,. German store; sour
kraut, sausage and 'beer. City imar imar-iket
iket imar-iket primte office. iPrench imonkeys
for saile. .Don't flirt with (the 2ady
clerks. May the allies defeat the
Germans. iHhode Island JReds.
Sid 'Whaley: v Bid's motto, Jet the
money come rDhe liord loveth a
ch'eer'ful giver and the devil a
spendthrift. Coin collection.
Wedhe's Jewelry Store: .We pay
more than -Goldman. Two to one,
yoii "WtonU com e fback. U
Blesdh's iBartber Shop : lAlllies head headquarters;
quarters; headquarters; lA. Blocker, manager. ;,
tHbirrington: Animal Stable; heds
for fleas and ibedibugs and (feed for
ants and ffoaches.
jOcala Gas Co: Perfume store;
we sell second hand tpolecats; don't
you smell ithem.
fTyding's : lAiniti-Q'tie curios and
other (fossilized ideas. (Hospital ; we
kill or cure.
Heron Todd : iRead and run.
Pedirick's Sailoion ; iDancing school.
One drink and you cam tango, graipe graipe-rine
rine graipe-rine and do all the ifahcy steps. 4
Smith's Jewelry Shop : -Why pay
more"."- -; ; : .''
Carlisle's Drugstore: Boxing
school; if you don't .believe I can
Ocala Bargain -House: Glofbe An Annex
nex Annex ; J. Qralever, compet iitor. 'O,
Jakie, put on the igreen skjUight ; the
man ;wan!ts a green suit.' ?' ;
The Glolbe: IHorse track; wihy pay
at all? 'We copy; cithers lead.
Goldman's Pawnshop-: iParm yard
and sale etalble. If not, why not; if
why not, when.
Cam's Sv?ed Store: Undertakers
a speclailty. iHair seed for sale.
Frank's: The Oheapstore. Trade
mark. Do you (understand; if not,
Hayes & Guynn: Sale on all the
time, to .keep up with the 'Jews.
Mdver & MacKay: Post no tollls;
we don it ipay them. We -take care
of ipeopie who can'ia (ride in Ford
cars- Our clerks are all dead ones ;
walking around to save funeral ex expenses.
penses. expenses. ;."'
ij. L. Smith's Grocery Store: Old Old-fashlbned
fashlbned Old-fashlbned grocery. Catsup seed for
English. Woolen Mills: Business at
any price; $15 and oip. r
(Fishel's: Service the first law
of business. We are dying to serve
you. '."-.,- ;
Carn-Th'omas Co.: Country store.
Farm .boys for clerks. 'Fly roost.
Ocala National Bank: Oild maid's
Graham's iAhstract Office: Base Base-tball
tball Base-tball today, Athletics vs. Ocala. ;
Stanley's Bar: For sale. For rent.
Stanley's Pool Room: Sport's hang
out. Shooting gaMery-
Harry Peter's Saloon: Doctor's
shop. We make you see things that
Ocala House Pool Kooms: Cold
Storage. The door rwas .blocked rwith
a Jaench and a "Imperial Plows"
Ocala House Barbershop: Cafe.
Hair tone steaks. Shampoo soup.
W. iW. Condon: Anti-bonds hank.
quarters. iNbtice everybody come
to the big window i washing Monday
at 10 a. m.
Carter's Bakery:1 Pie foundry.
Board of Trade: Big noise of
Florida. The man who makes Mar Marion
ion Marion county land 'rich.
Evening S&ar: Poor house. We
A HALLOWE'EN ACCIDENT
Saturday night 'while engaged with
a number of his playmates in having
Hallowe'en sports, I far ley Marsh
had the misfortune of falling over a
pile of rubbish that had ibeen placed
In the middle of the street in front
of Or. Izlar's residence. His left arm
.was v ibroken just 'below the elbovr.
The injured memher had immediate
surgical attention, and tho iHarley
will (be compelled to forego the use of
it for some -weeks to come he Is get getting
ting getting along nicely.
1U3GORDS VICTORY OVEK ALLIES
BUT IS tXOX-C03I3HTTAL
Berlin, Cs'oV. 2. An analysis of
the official and unofficial reports
from the front show that the situa
tion of the German; troops along the
Franco-SB el gi an hattle front is en entirely
tirely entirely favorable. The War office did
not assue a statement of the situa situation
tion situation in the eastern theater, so far as
the Germans are concerned Howev However,
er, However, official dispatches from (Vienna
quoted show, that the iAustrians are
01H FELLOWS IIOIE
, READY FOR OCCUPANCY
WILL SOON REMODEL STORE
Messrs. fTydings & Co. will soon
ibegin (to remodel their store front.
(Almost every store on (both sides of
the street near them has (undergone
modernizing dn the past few years
and they iwtll he no exception. The
store- will have a (very handsome
front when the contemplated work Is
3EAHOGAXY IWRLOR SUIT
i (AT A BARGAIN
IFive piece parlor suit SOiDID ma
hogany, 'weighs 600 pounds; genu
ine leather lupholsteTin'g; good as
new; cost $'500; will -sell for '$100.
This is a real ibargain, H. C Jor
dan & Co., W. (Broadway. 1 1-1-3 1
lAM prescriptions filled at the
Court Pharmacy ,by competent drug druggists
gists druggists and with absolutely fresh
Th'e i-tate home (for Florida Odd
Fellows and. their (widows and or
phans at Gainesville is now ready
for occupancy, and the committee ap ap-pointed
pointed ap-pointed at the last session of the
Grand HJodge to supervise the re repairs
pairs repairs and alterations on same wlll
meet in that' city tomorrow.
Grand Master M. M. (Little of this
city will ibedm atlten dance on the
committee meeting. It ds expected
that the committee will formally ac accept
cept accept the .building at tomorrow's
meeting, and make tall necessary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the early opening of
STILL ONE TREMENDOUS AND
UNDECIDED STRUGGLE ;
Paris, Nov. 2. The German of-
tfensive movement continues on the
allies' left wing, Ibut the allies have
made some progress in Belgium and
northern; France, particularly be
tween Dixmunde and Lys.
Amsterdam, (Nov. & Maestrlcht
dispatch says that more than 10,-
000 German reinforcements left
Liege yesterday going In the direc
tion of Brussels. iEight supply trains,
each consisting sof fifty wagons,
(loaded with munitions, fle-tt -Namur
for .northern France The Germans
are still digging, trenches around
AT THE CMETHODIST
CJIURC1I EM3RY EVENING
There will .be preaching at the
Methodist church every evening this
week at 7:30 o'clock instead of 7.
The services will ibe held at '7 ; 30. to
give all who fo not -quit,iwork nhtil
6 an opportunity to attend service.
1AJ11 are cordially dnvited
. J. M. Gross, Pastor.
Harmony cocoa ibutter cream. A
soothing cleanser for the face and
hands, 50 cents, at Gerigs ad itf.
Keep your papers and valuables
in a Globe Safe, at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
1Annl v e rsary '
lArinl ve rsary V
South Carolina MRust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
The very latest novels at KTtEG-
FINE SNAP BEANS
Some of the finest snap beans wo
have seen are (being (brought to town
during the past few days. Quito a
few local express shipments' have
(been made north, and next -week
heavy shipments will Ibegin (Amonj
those who will ship is Mr., Allan
Rogers, on the Counts placo south
of town, who has six acres of as fine
beans as you over, eaw, and he says
he will get 300 crates on the first
picking which willibe made ncxi
week, and should get twice as many
more on subsequent pickings. Sqap
beans, as fine a3 these. are, should
bring fancy prices now, In the north northern
ern northern markets.
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L U dim
riild' Entire Wccli
Us FJow. &iiniig si
Remember that the Great Introductory Sale at the
mvr an1 n
ii a 77 u n
I J J I iA J v i i li
Is Now in FULL BLAST, and the greatest values
in the city are given there.
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Be sure to get your share of them.
More goods for the same money. Same goods for
less money. This is the place where "The Best
Values Win Out."
A great stock of Modern Merchandise, at real bar bargain
gain bargain prices for the first time in Ocala. Bargain
Prices will always prevail at this store.
IB. GOLPMAFJ, IPiroppletoF,
Wtucire JaEse Melm was Sopiiniei?ly locaScdl
Knight & Iiing: Loafers' head
3DOZNGS OF THE VAN LOONS
THAT Kf ARC HAViNCT OUR
SIT I(3wH 4D THINK. ABot7
CftTRS AND 'QO
AND FlMt CiAS AND
PREVENT HS FfcOM
not give xowr tocf
the same training?
When I was a zrowlng lad, and came
upon man? worda In my reading that
I did not 'understand, my mother, Ln
atead of gr vlnsr me the definition when
I applied to her, uniformly aent me to
the dictionary to learn It, and In thla
way I gradually learned many things
besides th meaning of the Indlvidoal
word in question among other things,
how to uav. a dictionary, and the great
pleasure and advantage there might
be In ths use of the dictionary..
Afterward i, when I went to the Tillage
school, my chief diversion, after les lessons
sons lessons were learned and before they
were recited, was in turning over the
pages of the 4 Unabridged of those
days. Ko v the most modern Una-bridged-tLeNEW
gives me a pleasure of the same sort.
Bo far as my knowledge extends. It is
at present the best of the one-volume
dictionaries, and quite sufficient for
all ordinary uses. Even those who
possess the splendid dictionaries In
several volumes will yet find it a great
convenience to have this, which Is so
compact, so full, and so trustworthy
as to leave, in most cases, little to be
desired." Albert S. Cook, Ph.D LL.D
Professor of the English Language and
Literature, Yale Univ. April 28,1911.
"WHITE for Specimen Fsgea, XUaitrstions, Cte.
of WrBSTEK'B HEW XSTE&aATZOHAL JDICTXOXA&T
G. & C M ERRIAM COMPANY,
For Ovor 68 Years Publiahers of
The Genuine Webster's Dictionaries,
SPRING FIELD, MASS U. S. A.
Is A Dollar tiada
So buy your groceries from the
OCAXu GIIOCEUY COMPANY,
and save money.
'Every littles bit fa-dps. 'Pull 'weight
iand imasure guaranteed
1 pound Itliss Coffee.. 30c
.3 pounds best Rice.. 25c
1 qt good Florida Syrup 20c
1 bottle good Fla Syrup. ... 9c
Irish potatoes per. pk 20c
BACON per pound . . . . lGc
3 gallons ail 60c
Everything cheap forcash.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Xext to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order vdll have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved hh General lerchandise
tock from Main' Street, .t: next door
to the City Mra&et to ILe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located In the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
-ie will be pleased to see his friends
v IRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made cn all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives mere and better
work for the moaey than any other
xxatractor in the city.
I -icAp.r I i na
1i THBRP OlV
ATrTHiN; BUT THAT
I TtfOUCHl iWUTtfe
BE. MADG HAF4V
t M v ? i
y ?m jm
Bags and Belts to Hatch
jHE colors that one may choose in
i selecting dre3S fabrics for the com coming
ing coming fall are varied enough, and many
of them strong. But they are not as
vivid as those that have marked the
passing season, sind the handsomest of
materials and fall suitings may be
said to deserve the term "sedate,"
"which one hears applied to them. Rich
materials in qui:t colors and trimmed
with natural fum invite the use of gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous touches of vivid colors In their
composition Into costumes. Hence
now enters the belt, with bag to
match, made of brocades or stripes or
other designs from the most splendid
fabrics of the looms.
Itls the day ot wide and sumptuous
ribbons woven in the most intricate
patterns and enriched "with gold and
silver threads. The cos'tumer and the
modiste looks to them for those dashes'
of lively color that are to be used in
dress accessories. How well they an
swer the purpose! There Is no color
combination that cannot be found
among them, and they are as rich
looking and as full of life as diamonds.
Pay Your. 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand Xew Tag for
The 1315 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 fur.ds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses; .for private use: go
into the road fund.
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbort, Tax Collector.
The principal poison in absinthe la
a vegetable substance known as
thyion. It is found in wormwood,
which is used in making absinthe.
France is the largest consumer of ab ab-elnthe,
elnthe, ab-elnthe, diking more than all the rest
of Europe. The'consumptlon has been
steadily Increasing, so that In 1911
over l.OOO.OOri gallons of absinthe were
used in France
Co-opera tier, is the keynote in suc successful
cessful successful accident prevention work.
Many large manufacturers who have
designed accident prevention devices
for their own use have not patented
them in order that others may utilize
their ideas. A large railroad company
which has designed all of the accident
prevention apparatus in use in its ma machine
chine machine shops is willing to furnish blue blueprints
prints blueprints of the devices to those who de desire
sire desire to Install ttem in their plants.
Costly English Port.
More than $100,000,000 has been
spent in bringing and keeping the port
of Liverpool up to date.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR,
-tftuT TROVBCBS DO NOT!
mm i" MV lAiT 1 iCMfrtJd)
CRAC CAN! MAHKV.
hro thb wcEwse
The ever-present girdle requires the
widest weaves, for it enwraps more of
the figure than the waist line. It
strays above or.falls belqw or ignores
the waist entirely and encircles the
hips. Or it becomes a sash which
serves to wrap about both waist and
hips and ties in a bow low at the back
or hangs in straight ends at the fronts
But plain, soft ribbons only are used
in this way.
Gorgeous brocades are to be more
sparingly introduced in order to be
effective. A girdle to match a bag like
that shown in the picture needs to be
managed carefully. j
The bag is made of the most splen splendid
did splendid of wide brocaded ribbon with
plenty of gold and silver marking the
high lights in the design. It Is sus suspended
pended suspended by straps made of the ribbons
from a jade bracelet and finished with
an acorn made of silk and silver cord.
There are many good models shown
In bags made of ribbon and one may
also buy ornaments ready to use in
. JULIA BOTTOM LEY,
M to Go Besp to
. Cure flheiieistisiii
Liniments Help Locally, But
tlie Dbease is Way Down
To pet r.t tlie source of rboumatfc
-alns it requires the deep, searching iu iu-::mce
::mce iu-::mce of S. f. S., the famous blood 'piii-t-er.
ILheuncatlsia Is pri-narily a blooi
iisease that, since it is in this vital UuM
tLat rheumatic tfndeneies are earrietl,
des ia the joints and muscles, there
irritate the nerves and produce pa!n.
And in order to drive out these pain in in-Hictlng
Hictlng in-Hictlng poisens it requires S. S. to
.sink deep into the tiny glands lmhedded
n the innermost tissues. S. S. S. travels
vherever the Llood goes and never loses
lis medicinal Influence. This explains
vhy It overcomes the most chronic forms
rt rheumatism, why it dislodges those hard
deposits that thicken the joints, fcr It acts
as a solvent and assists the blood to pro provide
vide provide In the tissues those natural elements
for ivhlch the body-building process con continually
tinually continually craves and must have.
If yen Lave never used S. S. S. for
rheumatism, get a bottle today of any
druggist. T'se it as directed and with
some simple tome helps you will soon
dethrone the worst and most painful
forms of rheumatism. Write the medi medical
cal medical department. The ?vift Specific Co.,
T,3 Swift IHdg., Atlanta, Ga., for addi additional
tional additional advice. Yours may be a case
where a slight help from a specialist
whose advice is free, will solve the mys mystery
tery mystery that has I en making life miserable
for yon. When you ask for S. S. S. In Insist
sist Insist -v n Jt and refuse all substitutes.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
n t i It
MONDAY, NOVE3IIIER 2, 1014
1 MARRlAE "l
"7n t M
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
iMAIUOX-DUNX 3IASONIC LtODGE
Marion-Dunn TjoAsr rn I ?). P
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, nntir further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29 O. E. S.,
j meets at Yonge's hall the second and
jfourth Thursday evenings of each
i month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. ii.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy,
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, X. G.
W. !L. Colbert, Secretary.
KXIGIITS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7i30 p. m.v 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
'. : i ..
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD I
j Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
'the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
J second and fourth Friday. Visiting
i sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. iBurden, C. C.
I f!hflc TC RflfP f!lrlr Art
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. oa.
j Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
Ithe lodge and club house on Mag
nolia street, near postofficc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator. :
CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
; fourth Friday in every month at
1 7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
! Jake Brown, Secretary.
COXCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
(each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
; Cfaas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoflice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
Age of Talent.
According to some recently coxa
t piled statistics, the most chemical and
medical discoveries have been mads
by men of forty years ,of age. Forty Forty-four
four Forty-four is we age at whi'cl a poet may
expect, to do his best jrk; soldiers
and explorers tend to distinguish them themselves
selves themselves rr. t at the age of forty-seven;
at forty-eight years of age the com composers
posers composers and actors are at the summit
of their powers; politicians excel at
fifty-two years, phiIoi3ophers at fifty
four and humorists at fil y-slx. These
figures preach patience to( the young
To Make a Living.
The finer sentiments, religious, ar artistic
tistic artistic and moral are all right when we
can get to them, but the first thing
a man or woman must do is to get
enough to eat and sc Tie place in
which to live. And this living must
of necet ty be the basis for any high higher
er higher sentiments. The education, there therefore,
fore, therefore, which makes a foundation for
this support should be first in the
thought of our system of education.
On It should be built the secondary
tudies, .s It were, of nur education.
The teacher had just read the myth
about Perseus and Medusa. She wished
to stimulate the imagination of her
youngsters and asked them to de describe
scribe describe the hero as they pictured him.
One little girl wrote: "Perseus was
tall and stately with a black waxy
mustache and wore a mcnolog over
bis left eye."
1 V2-2.7L T
Hurralil Father finds an opportunity to cheer ir;
f 'iiT-rT.-r-' . i
First fconsideration and espscial attention given to small tracts.
TT vO Tv T T-t TXTTT ST T TT
j. Will soon be here and you will
rent. Why not prepare now by
They are now cheaper and, more
For the same current you are
r1. U V
J hey will give three times the JIght.
!? Come in and let us demonstrate.
EL Wo TPC!
No.. O North Main' Btreet
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
. !' MAUL' BlD)EES:Ba!S2'
iAM now In .business for myself. Conducting a High Class -retail
bar and Mail Order" House. I can give you the best there
is, and. as mucli as any one else In business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. 5Q
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Make my place your headquarters while in the-city. You will bo
welcome and be Jxeated right at all times and. on every trantac-;
tion at "Johnny's Place..
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
MEM To MffiOKE
m 1 mm
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c? czij cthsr csn!s ..rssnabc? c5 jrcur I
- cCsa te esddas to Uax?. Cittirdar, j 1
i.;' to brfrc fifl itouisdHlKdni.blc applicant. -'" -"Si!
fcr ths position brit ccd ; catfy ths nsxt j tVC
mjxjlwww"' I...U in iniinirin'im mm "1
have to consume more electric cur-
t ma '- tLmm mm w -a
efficient than ever.
now consuming In carbon lamp3
Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 203
Good Oli SO Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. (
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
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THE OCALA EVENING ST Ail, 3IONDAY, XOVE3IBER 2, 19114
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In Small, Medium and Large
Boxes Purity Guaranteed
This is the drug store where you wiirfind
a great assortment oi high grade candies,
chocolates, bonbons, crearn3 everything
you need in candydom. We will make op
assortments as you vi ish. Daintily boxed.
Come here also for your ice cream, sodas
and cigars. Do yo j, housewife, know the
value of absorbent paper in the home? Try
They Savts Housework
You cant tell in hew many ways until
yea try them. Here are a few :. polishing
cut glass mirrors ar. d windows, absorbing
J grease from fried foods, absorbing spilt
iquids. Don't use your good linen towels
in the kitchen and pile up big washings
very week. Use ScotTissue. Junior,
medium and large sites. ScetTissue Toilet
Paper is another article you will like.
It ii toft, absorbent and snowy white.
Large rolls, 10c.
are asked to consult cur ad
vertisementf for full infenna infenna-tion
tion infenna-tion about roofing matters
We want you to become ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the numerous
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There are altogether too many
pessimists in this country who
are kicking about the effect of
the European war on business.
Coming: a3 it did immediately
after a period of depression it
kindled anew in the minds of
some people the feeling that
prosperity fcouia not return for
a long time. As a matter of fact
the war's big cos t will fall on
Europe and as soon jis the final
treaties of peace ere signed the
commercial and financial ascen ascendency
dency ascendency of the United States is
bound to beg-in then we will
have to get busy and figure out
ways and means to fill orders
helping- to rebuild Europe and
we will have no time to lament
As a result of the war there
has been a more -or less disar-
rang-ement of business and fi finance,
nance, finance, but it is now well in hand
and will entirely stop as soon as
peace is in Bight and that
should -be soon.
This war has given the United
States a greater opportunity to
increase its foreign trade than
any other country has ever had.
German foreign commerce is
practically stopped and the com commerce
merce commerce of other European nations
at war is very severely affected.
A large part of this trade will
surely come to us if we are prop properly
erly properly equipped to take it over.
The opportunity presented re requires
quires requires a first-class merchant ma marine
rine marine which this country has not
had since the Civil war. With the
re-establishment of a merchant
marine the commerce of the
United States will again be
transported to all parts of the
world in American bottoms, and
we i will become the greatest fi financial
nancial financial power in the world. We
believe some new records for big
business are not far ahead for
the entire United States of
America. Let us supply America's
needs. This alone will make business
Certain-teed Roofing is for sale by
dealers everywhere at reasonable prices. f
General Roofing Mfg. Company
World's largest marmJactuTtrs of Booking
V and Buildi jr Papers.
Healey Building, Atlanta, Ga.
Telephone Ivy 4305
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Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert wora
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
4 l"-" r I ii I J T r - i in i i I
IRELAND'S MANY FLAGS
COUNTRY HAS HAD NUMEROUS
EMBLEMS OF SOVEREIGNTY.
Harp, Deemed by Most People as Typ Typically
ically Typically Irish, Wan Really Imposed
Upon the Country by an
I What flag shall Ireland fly? This
is a question that is again being dis discussed,
cussed, discussed, writes a Ioadon correspond correspondent
ent correspondent of the New York Sun.
Probably no country has had more
national fl.igs than Ireland, so that of
old-time flags ranges of choice is by no
means restricted. The most ancient,
without doubt, is the "Spear and Ser Serpent,"
pent," Serpent," said to commemorate the cur curing
ing curing by Mosses of an ancestor of Mile Mile-sius
sius Mile-sius who had been bitten by a snake.
Then there Is the golden sunburst
upon a blue ground, emblem of. Fionn
MacCumhall's Fenian (militia). Blue
was always- Ireland's national color
until 1798, when the United Irishmen,
to signify the blending of north and
south evolved a na tonal color of the
blue, formed by the amalgamation of
blue and orange namely, green.
Another llag Is tliat. which Crom Cromwell's
well's Cromwell's soldiers are reputed to have
seen when lighting the Kernes, a red
cross upon a, golden jjround: Opinions
as to whether such was ever a na national
tional national emblem or not are divided,
many people believing it to have been
the arms of an insurgent commander.
The three golden crowns upon a
blue ground lis another emblem which
has not been overlooked. The design
appears today In the arms of Mini Minister,
ster, Minister, and the three crowns are said
to typify the triple kingdoms of Dres Dres-mond,
mond, Dres-mond, Thomond and Ormond. Any Anyway,
way, Anyway, this flag was the emblem of Ire Ireland
land Ireland from 1170 to 1547, when Henry
VIII of England substituted the harp
for the three crowns, the reason be being
ing being that Henry was aixious that the
three crowns should not be contused
with the triple tiara of the pope, with
whom, at thin juncture, Henry was
not on the best of terms.
Thus It comes about that the harp,
which is deemed as typically Irish,
was imposed upon Ireland by an Eng English
lish English king; but had not the United
Irishmen, although they decrowned
the harp in 11 98, ado tied it as their
emblem, ana" Grattan's parliament
recognized the harp, although they
did not like the green ground, it 4s
hardly likely that the average Irish Irishman
man Irishman today would regard it as other
than an upstart burgee.
Still another national device to be
considered is the "Lamh Dearg
Eirinn," the Red Hand of Ireland,
which, upon a white ground, was
borne by Shane and Hugh O'Neill's
armies that defeated Queen Eliza Elizabeth's
beth's Elizabeth's generals.
The early hours of the nineteenth
century saw Ireland inflicted with the
St. Patrick's Cross, a red satire upon
a white ground. What St. Patrick
had to do with it nobody can say, but
some emblem or the other had got
to be incorporated in the British flag
upon the passing of the act of union,
and so the heralds did the rest.
Wherever they got the red satire from
it is not known, but there is
reason to believe that it was bor borrowed
rowed borrowed from the arms of Trinity col college,
lege, college, Dublin, which hart in turn bor borrowed
rowed borrowed it from the Fitzgerald family.
In all probability Ireland will
adopt the sunburst upon a blue
ground, the chief reason being its an antiquity,
tiquity, antiquity, its distinctly Irish origin, and
' Its symbolism of Ireland rising to
take her proper place among the na nations.
tions. nations. But come what may, the ground
of the new flag is going to be blue.
The Sinn Pelners are resolved upon
that, and that the flag's material shall
not be silk or cotton, ''tut good Irish
Whimsical Prisoner, r. r.-A
A r.-A prisoner's remarkible flow of
words .caused great amusement at
Dublin sessions recently. A laborer
was charged with stealing a pair of
"By what stretch of Imagination or
by what Inane processes of reasoning
can .you assume that I stole the
boots?" he asked.
Addressing tt.e court later, he said:
"1 have always testiiled with the
utmost ardor and fervor of my soul
my high admiration for the courage,
discipline, and exalted integrity and
inspiring honesty of the Dublin po police.
lice. police. I had some pious and artistic
pictures when arrested, and offered
them to the police-sergeant for his
edification. I would serve 40,000
years in Jail rather than knuckle
down to the whimsical and fantastic
The captain of a certain troopship
conveying a British cavalry regiment
to the cape was noted for his wit, and
at every opportunity that offered he
loosed his shafts of humor, to the
chagrin and embarrassment of their
targets. Sooner or later the stinger
gets stung, however, and this chronic
pun-artist was no exception to the
On one occasion, when about two
days out from port, he approached
a group of soldiers who were swab swabbing
bing swabbing the forward deck, and, singling
out a big, raw-boned Irish recruit who
was experiencing his first taste, of
sailor's life, he gravely asked:
"Can you steer the mainmast down
the forecastle stairs?"
Quick as a flash came the reply:
"Yes, sor, I can, if you will stand
below and coil it -s"
Nourishment fine fla flavor
vor flavor purity crispness
for 5 cents, in the
A food for every day.
Crisp, delicious and
baked and fresh de delivered,
livered, delivered, zo cents.
A delightful new bis biscuit,
cuit, biscuit, with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla flavor.
vor. flavor. Crisp and alvays
fresh, xo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Alzvays Hook for that Name
INSPECTORS AND- v
CLERIvS OF ELECTION
The following qualified voters i
have ibeen appointed as inspectors
and clerks for the general election
to be held Nov. 3rd, 1-914, to-wit:
Precinct No. 1. Box No. 1. H. C.
Jones, clerk; L. P. Ballard, C. M. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston H. H. Wnetstone
Box No. 2. Baxter Cam, G. C. Crorn
clerkrJames A. Luffman, Bert C. Mur Murphy.
phy. Murphy. Precinct No. 2. J; C. JDupree, L. S
Ldght, J. O. Meadows, E. D. Rou, clerk.
Precinct No. 3. Charles H. Gray. C.
M. Ma-thews, Jesse A. Weisner, Wilbur
F. King, clerk.
Preeinct No. 4. Jesse G. Carter,
James H. Pearce, Thos P. Dean, Henry
H. Roddenberry, clerk.
Precinct No. 5. T. F. Butler, J. B.
McGehee, Sr., W. H. Guilfoyle, B. A.
Precinct No. 6. W. Q. Brooks, P. T.
McGilvary, T. D. Oillis, F. H. Miller,
Precinct No. 7. S. R. Pyle3, clerk;
W. H. Ldttle, A. R. Doug'las, F. G. BuhL
Precinct No. 8. J. E. Branch, A. D.
Mitchell, J. D. Proctor, clerk; A. T.
Precinct No. 9. J. T. Lewis, clerk,
L. W. Sellers, W. H. Henry, Sr., Peter
Precinct No. 10. E. L. Martin, A. W.
Fort, J. 'M. Mock, G. A. Waters, clerk.
Precinct No. 11. R. C. Fort, O. H.
Rogers, T. W. Randall, B, L. Hickman,
Precinct No. 12. W. P. "Williamson,
J. V. Ryals, J. Y. Hicks, W. S. Has-tinga.-Tclerk.
Precinct No 13. C. R. Clapper, Jr.,
W, 8. Priest, A. J. Albritton, J. W. Stev-
Precinct No. 14. J. B. Hall, F. H.
Pedrick; W.;H. P,egram, W. F. Jordan,
Precinct No. 15. C. J. McCranie,
Claud A. McCrai ey. Earl F. Drawdy,
Mitchell Rig-don, clerk.
Precinct No. 16. T. F. Harrison. A.
C. White, S. Ramey, R. K. Wart man n,
Precinct No. 17. C C. Priest, Jr., W.
W. Griffin, E. H. Swain. Walter C.
Precifnct No. 18. John W. Atkinson,
L. M. Raysor, Jr., John M. Martin, Jr.,
Neal J. Townsend, clerk.
Precinct No. 19. W. A-qpp. P.
Kelsey, J. M. Douglas, clet -?aniel D.
Precinct No, 10. Joseph X J. B.
Oeorge, John W. Coulter, Mwe Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, clerk.
Precinct No. 21. L. L. Hopkins,
clerk; J. E. Pelot, J. A. Freeman, O. M.
Precinct No. 22. E. W. Rush, John
P. Havird, J. H. Bateman, L. T. Hick Hick-son,
son, Hick-son, clerk.
Precinct No. 23. George LovelL
clerk; R. J. Perry, M. M. Proctor, J. W.
Precinct No. 24. George Ohnmacnt,
W. J. Mixson, Ossie Cason, Geo. G.
Precinct No. 25. A. Belcher, George
Richey, A. McClain, John A. Mathews,
Pre'cinct No. 26. J. W. Colbert, J. F.
Carlton, E. W. Luffman, A. J. Stephens,
Clpreeinet No. 27. J. N. Brinson, L B.
Marsh, Sidney H. Dent, F. M. Harp,
Cl Precinct No. 28. F. W. Barnett,
clerk; W. A. Kelley, L. J. Dankwertz,
C. E. Lucius.
Precinct No. 29. Peter Loos,
Chappell. -E. C. McLeod, J. E. Turnip Turnip-seed,
seed, Turnip-seed, clerk.
Precinct No. 30. TL M Barnett. Ed.
T. Carter, Charles P. Haycraft, clerk;
Henr? W. Long.
Precinct No. 31. M. L Payne, John
H. Carter, B. R. Chambers, C. J. Chit Chit-ty,
ty, Chit-ty, clerk.
Precinct No. 32. Edward S. Kenr.ard,
Alex J. Wyche, Geo. H. Whittington.
W. R. Dreher, clerk.
P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, .Marion County.
U'i A DALE
I lo not say, 'because cotton is not i
my :busin?ss, but I do call the at attention
tention attention of Mr. Pipe Smoker or Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Ohewer, who -buys a -ound of my
El TroDico Havana Cigar Clippings
for 40 cents. (which equals fifty good
cigars) to the fact that you will find
pipe smoking a pleasure Or if vou
are fond of chewing, ycu will find
this tobacco -pure, unadulterated, be being
ing being my own. product, the clippings
of my cigar factory cut tip and the
dust abstracted therefrom, and con containing
taining containing a combination of pure cigar
leaf 'tobacco 'that costs as high as
$4 a pound. A trial vill convince
you This tobacco as put up in 2, 4,
S anrd 16 ounce package.
EL TJIOPICO CIGAJ! FACTORY
VOUIiI YOU BELIEVE IT
People often accept statements wit
People often accept statements
with; a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, "I am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," wTiich leads -us to remark that
there is nothing' that will so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfy you of ths excellence
of Chamberlain's Cough -Remedy as
a personal trial. Mrs. John 'Fishtou,
Peru, Ihd., who used this remedy in
her family for the las': 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. ;
OPEN Dii AND sriGIIT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. Adv.
All at Once.
'"Pa, teacher told us to write Bona
good resolutions on our slat es.'V "Fine.
Let me see yours." "I can't. I dropped
my elate on the way home an broke
'em all." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
HAD TAKEX HIS. WEIGHT' IN
M. D. Faucett, of GilL3ville, Ga
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa
tion, 'bi t never used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber
lain's Tablets. For sal? by all
dealers: adv. ;
who owns the duelling the business property that ttanCs
In your name?
of course you tliink that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual oTtiership in land.
in the beginnis of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camicd uvcr particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were cot fixed; land was too plcnti
ful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot. . . .
florida title and abstract corpora
L. "u' I) i
OpposH? Harrisclon Ii:ali Hotel
Star Want Ads. Bring Results.
A "ST 1
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you. 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 fora trial. You'll not alone be
oetter dressed than ever before, but
you'll stay, that way. For our cults
retain their good looks tlll the lact.
Lt D kVi i-'AI
i & i sum.
& flt up
THE OCALA EVENING-STAB, MONDAY, XOVEMUEU 2, 1014
SOME TRUTHFUL SAYINGS
!A woman is the only known' variety
of human being who will believe a
man when she knows he's"' lying.
Study rwill give a man learning,
weIther report ;
This repprt is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily .by. Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. -.
but the only way 'he can get common
We have for sale large lot with handsome home on Fort King Avenuo,
which must be sold within next sixty days party has to have the money money-Better
Better money-Better see us quick. :
We also' have one or two other small propositions in the office which are
priced very low for cash. For particulars call on orwri' 2.
sense Is to foe iborn with it.
You'd better not do anything you
K. of P. meet this evening.
are ashamed of; but if you do, you'd
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Ibetter be ashamed of it.
The man who takes a girl at ner
face value never seems to allow for
Council cneets tomorrow evening-
All office supplies at The Murray
U (Ti ill I
III! v ( v-
Hot drinks of
all kinds at the
The latest novels at The Murray
tMusic of all ikinds at The Murray
Now is the time to plant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Beautiful line of new stationery,
at The 'Murray Company. 3t
air. Will Mock, after a pleasant
visit to his Ocala friends, .has re returned
turned returned to Ms position in Jacksonville.
Ir. YV. IL Dodge left liis morn morning
ing morning for, Jacksonville to attend a call
meeting of the Suwanee Presbytery.
iHe will return .home tomorrow afternoon.,
Mr. J. IR. IMborhead, after a week weekend
end weekend visit to (his ifamily, treturned yes yesterday
terday yesterday .to Gainesville, where she is
superintending, the building of a
racetrack for the Alachua -Fair Association.
' Purity Is paramount You get ab absolute
solute absolute 'PURITY dn drugs compound compounded
ed compounded into your (prescriptions 'her?.
Bitting & Knight, druggists. 10-31-tf
Mr. 'Henry Cordon lias returned
form Tampa; says nothing like -Marion
county if or bim. Clarion is glad
to keep Henry.
Secretary IRooney and Ir. Weaver
returned Saturday night 'from a. big
and successful imeeting dn 'behalf of
the (Florida Vegetable Marketing
iBureau aC ade City. Over 1200
(people were present.
: While 'passing (througli ia crowd of
Hallowe'en1 .funmakers Saturday
nigtit, Mr. E. T. iHelvenston was
struck on the left a eg ;by a. (bottle
thrown iby some careless person. It
made a painful bruise, ibut Mr. Hel Hel-'venston
'venston Hel-'venston is able to be up and around
Mai. Min. R. F.
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Forecast for this Evening and
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
ill better to nave the kind of rep rep-utai
utai rep-utai a. you don't have to defend. Ex.
CMr. John; Sullivan, formerly of
this city, is now making his home in
Kissimmee, recently moving his
family there from Tampa, where for
several months be was bookkeeper
for? a cigar factory.
JMr. K. E. Downs, of Summerfield,
was in the city Saturday calling on
We are selling Stock. md Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
.price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Paper towels at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 3t
Mr. (Jake Klein returned to Ocala
yesterday (from lAkron O., where lie
flefit two inches of snow on tbe
ground when ihe departed from there
on flast Wednesday evening. Mrs.
Klein and son will come on and join
Mt. Klein here as soon ias lie can
find a suitable location. Mr. Kileln
will assist Mr. B. Goldman in the
Ocala (Bargain House for the next
two months, ibut says he will again
engage in business 4 n Ocala as soon
as he Unds something that suits him
and looks good. Mr. Klein says he
ihas been lall over the north and finds
fousiness just as good here as any anywhere.
where. anywhere. IHe says too many people,
the minute .business 'gets a 9itt3e dull
with them, are prone to say it must
ibe ibetter just over yonder, and they
want ito leave their (home town and
go and try dt elsewhere, and nine
times out of ten they are glad to
come iback and stick to the old town.
Mr. Klein says .business ihere is go going
ing going to "be (better (before tyong than we
have ever 'known.
Child Liable to Be Spoiled.
At Zarantanto, there has just oo
curred a case which .is probably
unique of its kind. A child has been
born while Its father, grandfather,
great-grandfather and great-greatp
grandfather are all living. Its name is
Urritlcoechea, and the family are
Basque farm laborers. The great greatgrandfather
grandfather greatgrandfather and great-great-grand-fathei
hare acted as godfather to the
child. The united family constitute
nearly a whole v111j v
No Chances Tor Him.
A dealer selling cloth in a small
town asked an Irishman -who was
passing if he would buy a suit length,
and added : "You can have it for ten
bob." To which Pat replied: ."Begob,
sir, if tuppence would buy the makings
of a topcoat for an elephant I couldn't
buy the makings of a pair of leggings
for a canary this minute."
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; ",.n 'v n rsT nr'' r Anne : n n
The intermediate classi of the
Christian Sunday school will sell
candy tomorrow evening tit the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater.
Mr. IE. iE. Converse returned home
Saturday night from Warren, Mass.,
where he lias (been for several weeks
since (his return from abroad. Mr.
Converse ihas ibeen away since June
lOth, and 'has seen some exciting
days In Switzerland, 'Framge and Eng
land, (but savs while lhe has thor
oughly enjoyed his trip he is mighty
"glad to get (back to Ocala.
There Can be Xo Doubt About the
Results in Ocala V
Results tell the tale.
All doubt is removed. 1
. The testimony of an Ocala ".citizen
can be easily investigated. ' -,
What -better proof can be 'had ?
J. A. Chandler, proprietor of the
New Grocery Co., 34 W. Broadway,
Ocala, says: s "Knowing what great
benefit ., Doan's Kidney Pills Jhave
been to one of my family, I take
pleasure in recommending tnem to
sufferers if rom kidney complaint. The
one I refer to bad (been' Slaving con considerable
siderable considerable trouble with bis back and
kidneys. At one time be was oblig
ed to give up his work f or several
days on account of lameness across
his .back. As soon as Doan s Kidney
The fous-iness men's class at the PiHs was taken these troubles were
Methodist Sunday school yesterday 1- vr
had a record breaking attendance- Price 50c. ,at all dealers. Don't
forty-five. This is not a full member- simply ask for a kidney remedy-
ship Ibut is quite an increase over for- get Doan's Kidney Pills ithe same
mat Jir. vnanaier naa. rosier-!
mer attendance, and : the emthusias-
ftic instructor, IMr. Marion (Little, is
exceptionaily proud j of nls "ibkys".
Three new memtbers were added to
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. A. IE. Clover and son, iDudiey,
are expected home tomorrow 'from
a visit with relatives at Augusta, Ga.
They are (traveling in their car and
are accompanied by Mfcss lEloise Car Car-wile
wile Car-wile and 5. Crown. tGainesville Sun.
Mr. John Boisseau, city ticket
agent of the Seaboard bas received
notice ifrom shead quarters that, bis
road has been selected as the official
route tfor the Florida division of tbe
United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy in going to the convention in
Savannah next week.
Indexers1 have been rfinmiidMA ta&
i. i n n . .ii a.i I r
Toia, iwmoa nas passea ane wee errors, but. possibly the straw?-
quarter mark aspired .for .by Janu- est example of curious Indexing occuro
ary first. 'A memfDershtp oP one m a law book. Turning over its in-
(hundred is the goal which the class! dex, a correspondent of the London
is striving for at .the close of the Chronicle noted the entry; "Best, Mr.
year. Justice, His Great Mind," and refer
ence to the page brought this: "Mr.
JllSliOA Roof aatrt Vi o Vi o H a rr&if Tvifn c
The Star nas received a neat and
effective notice that Mr. '.R. JB. Mur-
rell our "Bob" iMurrelil1 is general
manager of the Great Western Print
ins Co.. &18 West (Eisrhth street.
iLos Angeles, Cal. Mr. Murrell learn- LOSt FOUntl. WailtBll, FOF Sale
ea .most oi ms business an ,Tne &iar rnr Dnnt Anf C::i. I I fiJ
office, and his old friends are always r" nclll dllU Olllllldl LUUcil HCdUb
O'"" 1 I nnn -r
rjix jzuximij sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Jdyue, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9 -tf
We always ihave on band a fresh
supply of the famous iXorris candies.
Court Pharmacy. ) 2-Ct
fThe little son of Mr. and Mrs. O.
B. Hammonds, who .has been so sick
with tetanus, is Ibetter today.
This is the last call. Every article in the
store, including the, fixtures, must be clc33d
out within the next ten days; I still have onV
hand at the Bankrupt store in the Ocda
House Block a splendid line of lien's Pants,
Suits, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Belts,
Hosiery, Ties, Etc., that can be had at almost
your own price. You'll be surprised ; at the
LOW PRICES ON BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
Remember, this is positively the last call, as I
am forced to vacate the store in ten days.
YI A l f3
OCALA HOUSE BLOCII
Also, on Oct. 16thl slim terrier
pup Mack and f very light tan
' smafll ears, sort tail; answers to
the name of "iBob." (Reward for
information leading to recovery of
one or both. Mrs. C. iR. Tydings,
Oklaiwaha avenue. Xl-i2-6t !.
FOR RECSJT (Two -furnished rooms
for (light (housekeeping, all modern
conveniences. "Phone 4 9 4 or call
at 614East kdtos :St. 10-3 0-4 1
(D. E, Mclver, head of the Mclver
FOR REIXT lA ten room house, fur
nished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
jpr rvfla-nKav ifttnrA in Ocala. left this
- t ut ittii Lower flat for rent on
morn'ing aner a snort 'uusmess tuxy
for Ocala. Mr. Mclver "bas Ibeen in
lousiness 'for thirty years. "He has
seen millionaires Teduced to paupers
and paupers become millionaires, and
Oklawaha avenue. All modern
convenience. Apply airs. B. !).
'Diacituurn, 1:5 uKiawana ave
nue. J0-23- 12t
f.lflOE III AMERICA WEEK
This Entire Week
he believes that the greatest IIr- FOR RBXrxjPwo furnished
tunity offered to anybody toaay is in
Clearwater. -Clearwater Sun.
if or light housekeeping; first
floor, electric lights and gas. Ap
ply 213 Oklawaha ave. i0-24-6t
Ybu onn!ht to lhave
Sin upomur Ihomnie
A BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 1
will sell, lease or rent the Busy
man's lunch stand on good easy
terms. See Jos W. Dodge
P- i. A -y E. R,
1. ... ... ..
STRLYET Black and tan terrier
mm. Answers to the name of
"Jap." Last seen was following
twhlte man down Oklawaha ave
ntie. Sunday morning, Nov. 1st.
Aft Somersetshire is devoted chiefly
to dairying, cattle raising and sheep-
herding the Somerset horned sheep,
the Devon long wools, and the hardy
Exmoor breed are there found In per
fection, as well as herds of nonpedi nonpedi-greed
greed nonpedi-greed shorthorns for the production of
the famous Cheddar cheese. Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture Is extensively carried on in Glou Gloucestershire
cestershire Gloucestershire and Wiltshire also, but one
does not there find the variety of Som Somerset.
erset. Somerset. London Mail.
MedlcalSiirclcal, nydronCIilc t
Announces; the moving of the Institute
officesabd treatment room3 to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxier's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped aiiu will be Bun
r Strictly Upon Ethical Linai
HOVRS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M.' FUOWZ 333
Twenty-five minutes after her di divorce
vorce divorce from one husband a f Wellsburg
C"W. Va.) woman was married to her
second. The delay was caused by the
need to have a marriage license prop properly
erly properly filled out. Pittsburgh Gazette-Times.
IRexall Cherry Bark cough syrup
is guaranteed ito vrelieve coughs or
money iback. Gerig's.- ad tf
The Murray Company -will have a
big, new line of holiday goods In due,
MADE 111 flMCfl 1M
This Entire Week
Pay Your 1015 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct: 1st, 1914. Any, con-'
tinuation in business after that daS?
without first obtaining these licenses
Is in open violation of the laws of
the state -of Florida. The tax caller-tor
will issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
oh request. Respectfully,
W. E. mith, County Judge. :
' W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-301
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric lights. For particulars vrrlto
Box 1073, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-3 Old