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Petrograd, Jan. ll.--Advancing all
iiilong- the railroad from Mlawa, the
Germans are striking toward Novo Novo-georgievsky,
georgievsky, Novo-georgievsky, the great fortress guard guarding
ing guarding Warsaw from the northwest. Ev Every
ery Every step is stubbornly contested by
the Russians, who a month ago drove
the Germans back to the frontier on only
ly only to fall back in turn before heavy
reinforcements of Germans.
STUBBORNLY CONTESTING EV EVERY
ERY EVERY STEP
: At Bogurzynek, southeast of Mla Mlawa
wa Mlawa the Russians inflicted heavy loss losses
es losses on the advancing Germans. They
effected a withdrawal V with small
losses. The Russians fell back be behind
hind behind Knopki, mined the railroad and
blew up a German troop train kill killing
ing killing three hundred men. f
West of Warsaw, the situation is
unchanged. Fighting at Mogielnica
continues with the Germans losing
heavily. ; ''.''", V V-'PUSHING
'PUSHING V-'PUSHING TOWARD BORGO PASS
In the South the Russians are ; ad advancing
vancing advancing through Bukowina and will
soon enter Hungary through the Bor Bor-go
go Bor-go Pass. The Russians are taking
many prisoners. Sixteen thousand
Austrian prisoners have arrived at
OTTOMANS IN DANGER OP AN ANNIHILATION
NIHILATION ANNIHILATION On the Turkish front the reorgani reorganized
zed reorganized Ottoman Tenth' Corps is fighting
desperately to escape annihilation.
I11SI01! OF Mil
BY MONTENEGRIN ARMY IS RE RE-'
' RE-' PORTED FROM CETTINJE
Cettinje, Jan. k 11. Montenegrin
troops invaded Austria, advancing
ten miles from the border to Tre Tre-binje,
binje, Tre-binje, and are now marching toward
Ragusa, a Dalmation seaport.
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iCP OUER THE AUSTRIAIIS
TURKS TO ROUT
SOLDIERS OF THE FATHERLAND
HOLD THEIR OWN ON
Berlin, Jan. 11. An official state statement
ment statement this afternoon says that the
French captured part of the German
trenches to thenorth of Soissons but
held only a small portion of them.
The enemy took German trenches to
the east of Perthes, but there were
subsequently recaptured with heavy
French losses. The French attack at
Laboisselle was a complete failure.
The Germans made further gains
along the Argonnes.
In the east the situation is un unchanged.
changed. unchanged. The German attacks in
Poland west of the Vistula are not
progressing very fast on account of
the weather. :
DREADFUL DAMAGE DONE TO
TURKISH; FORTS THAT
Athens, Jan. .11. -The fort guard guarding
ing guarding the south side of the Dardanelles
has been -demolished by the bombard bombardment
ment bombardment of the allies' warships and. has
been evacuated; Two other forts have
been badly damaged. ;
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TRANCE ENTRANCE OF ITALY INTO
Rome, Jan. 11. Five Italian war-
ships and a flotilla of torpedo boat
destroyers sailed from Tarantq at 7
o'clock Saturday night, one hour aft after
er after the time-limit of the ultimatum to
Turkey expired, under sealed orders.
It is rumored that their destination
is Hodeida, where the Turks arrested
the British consul who sought refuge
under the Italian flag.
CUT OUT THE
BRITISH WENT INTO AN AFRI AFRI-CAN
CAN AFRI-CAN RIVER AFTER THE
London, Jan. 11. The German
cruiser, Konigsberg has been sunk
by a British cruiser, says a dispatch
today from Southend. The Konigs Konigs-tjerg
tjerg Konigs-tjerg took refuge in an African river
some months ago, and had been
blockaded ever, since.
AIRSHIP RAID EXPECTED
Zepplin and Aeroplanes seen Over
the English Channel
London, Jan. 11. The Times as asserts
serts asserts that sixteen German aeroplanes
were seen over the English Channel
this morning. Evidently the contem contemplated
plated contemplated a raid on England, but found
the conditions too bad to continue the
journey and steered in the direction
of Dunkirk. .'
A German aeroplane dropped some
bombs near Dunkirk today, killing
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STEIIlBACil OAS BE Ell CAPIUHED AIID RECAPTUOEES TILL
FREIICII AIID GERL1AII C0HPSES CHOKE THE STREETS
Geneva, Switzerland, Jan. 11. The
battle, in Alsace has now been going
on for ten days, raging night and
day. Both sides have lost heavily
around Steinbach, which the French
now hold. The Germans lost six thous thous-men
men thous-men in defending and in efforts to re recapture
capture recapture the town. ;
j Severe fighting took place last
night between the upper and lower
Aspach, the French making slight ad advances.
vances. advances. At some points German and
French were killed by their own ar artillery.
tillery. artillery. LITTLE CHANGE ON NORTH NORTH-,
, NORTH-, WEST LINE
Paris, Jan. 11, 11.30 p. m., From
the sea to the Lys river, canhonnad canhonnad-ing
ing canhonnad-ing is less violent. In the region of
Tpres the French artillery bombard bombarded
ed bombarded the German trenches. In the reg
ion of Ladoisselle, the French cap captured
tured captured a trench after a .violent strug struggle.
gle. struggle. Northeast of Soissons the
French repulsed a German attack' and
advanced and captured two lines of
With an artillery bombardment
from-Rheims to the Argonnes, the
French repulsed counter attacks of
the Germans, advanced and captured
a line of trenches. North of Beause Beause-jour,
jour, Beause-jour, the Germans made desperate
counter attacks but were repulsed
with heavy losses.
Heavy snow is falling in the Vos-
TECTORY FOR VILLA
Carranza's Troops Chased Out of
Monterey and Hotfooting 1
for the Border
Laredo, Jan. 11. Continuing to
retreat after their defeat at Saltillo,
Carranza troops evacuated Monterey
and are fleeing toward Metamoras.
Victrolas, records, needles and all
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III ALSACE IS 1U
(E A MOVE
ROUMANIA MUST ADVANCE IN
ORDER TO KEEP UP WITH
Bucharest, Jan. 11. Influenced
largely by the Russian advance thru
Bukowina, Roumania will shortly en enter
ter enter into the European war, aligned
with the allies.
GREECE WILL ALSO GO IN
It seems certain that Greece will
also follow immediately by tacit
PRELIMINARY REPLY 4
TO THE PROTEST
Of the United States Made Public
Sunday in America
Washington, Jan. 11. Great Bri Britain's
tain's Britain's preliminary reply to the pro protest
test protest of the United States against the
interruption of American commerce
by the British fleet was made' pub public
lic public here yesterday afternoon by mu mutual
tual mutual agreement between the state de department
partment department and the British government.
The British note concurs with the
view of the United States that com commerce
merce commerce between neutral nations not
be interferred- with only when abso absolutely
lutely absolutely necessary and officials here con construed
strued construed it as conceding that the prin principles
ciples principles expressed by the American
protest were just.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915
MARION COUNTY PRODUCTS
BELOW WE OFFER OUR CUSTOMERS A FINE LIST OF GOOD
THINGS TO EAT, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF WHICH IS A MARION-
COUNTY PRODUCT. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF MARION COUN COUNTY
TY COUNTY RAISED GOODS AND BUY THEM FROM THE COUNTRY PEO-
LE, WHENEVER THEY ARE OFFERED FOR SALE AND URGE OUR
CUSTOMERS TO USE THEM AND PATRONIZE AN ENCOURAGE
HOME GROWING AND HOME RAISING.
Marion County Hay.
Marion County Pickles.
Marion County Oranges.
Marion County Grapefruit.
Marion County Fresh, Beef.
Marion County Peanut Butter.
Marion County Grown Pecans.
Marion County Smoked Bacon.
Marion County Grown Kershaws.
Marion County Creamery Butter.
Marion County Grown Feed Corn.
Marion County Kraut.
Marion County Honey.
Marion County Lemons.
Marion County Pure Lard.
Marion County Fresh Pork.
Marion County Fresh Eggs.
Marion County Fresh Sausagev
Marion County Tobasco Sauce.
Marion County Grown Pumpkins.
Marion County Fresh Vegetables.
Marion County Canned Tomatoes
Marion County Grown Sweet Potatoes Marion County Home Ground Meal.
Marion County Canned String Beans. Marion County Grown Irish Potatoes
Marion County Syrup, Bulk, Bottles, Marion County Roasted and Ground
OF COURSE WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF OTHER GROCERIES
OUR STORE AND DELIVERY SERVICE IS UNSURPASSED
Telephone 163 1
(Continued From Page Three)
The date of the next meeting of the
fines and costs collected for the month Marion County Teachers' Association
of December as follows: Fines $9, has been changed from Jan. 9 to Jan.
Z. Graham filed his reports of fines j,
16. This change has been made so
and costs for the month of December I that the teachers may meet with Mr.
;for district No. 29 as follows: Fines jFagg of the Jacksonville orphanage,
j $8, costs $10.73. who will be at the Woman's Club on
. . .
fit. Her. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Sfo Leo C
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TEIiE PHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C; L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
who owns the dwelling the business property that stands in
your name? r
of course you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and the
, the development of individual ownership in land.
in the beginning of civilization no man owned any definite part of
the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of it;
homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plentiful for
individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particular spot.
W. L. Colbert filed his report of
I polls collected for the month of De
John M. Graham, county treasurer,
filed his report for the month of De
The board thereupon adjourned un until
til until 7:30 p. m.
January 6th Night Session
The board met as per adjournment,
all members present. On motion it
was decided to employ a superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of roads for 1915, who shall use
and supply his own automobile whol wholly
ly wholly at his own cost, and whose salary
shall riot exceed $150 per month, the
board reserving the right to dismiss
said superintendent or engineer at
any time on thirty days notice. Upon
motion the board decided to consoli consolidate
date consolidate the county convicts into two (2)
crews. The board upon motion, se selected
lected selected Mr. James R. Moorehead as
road superintendent for the year of
1915 from Monday January 18th,
1915 to January 18th 1916 at a sal
ary of $124.16 per month.
On motion the board decided to
place Mr. Henry Gordon in charge of
one of the road crews and Mr. J. W.
Gardner in charge of the other crew,
reserving the right to remove either
at the pleasure of the board, upon
thirty days notice. The said over
seers are to remain with their crews
throughout the entire week, except
The board thereupon adjourned un
til 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. t
Thursday, January 7th, 1915
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment with all members present.
The board having gone pretty thor
oughly into the financial condition
of the county, and the revenues that
it will have to sppnd for 1915, and
finding that it could safely count on
cor; aaa .r a1 j r i r i
m toj,uuu iur tut; iuuu xuxiu xor bum
year, the board decided not to ex
ceed S30,000 for road expenses for
this year. Under these conditions,
the bankers agreed tocash the war
rants to the amount of $30,000 on
the road fund.
Dr. J. W. Hood was elected as coun
ty physician at a salary of $45 per
month for, the year 1915, to attend
all convicts in any part of the coun
ty wherever he may be called upon
to go, to tend all inmates of the jail
and to carry 'sufficient medicine to re
lieve 'all ordinary emergencies, to per
form minor operations such as tak
ing off a leg or arm, and smaller
operations, to go at once when called
upon, or supply some one to go in
The board decided to make a tour
of the county and inspect the county
roads without expense to the county
save carhire. .
Bond of S. M. Gibbs to carry a pis
tol was refused.
There being no other business, the
board adjourned until its regular
meetine: in February, 1915.
j W. D. Carn, Chairman.
v. ti. rMugent, uierK.
that day. The following program
has been prepared:
Invocation, by Rev. Glass.
Song, "Love Divine."
Music, by Mrs. Whitworth.
"Grammar School English
Preparation for High School
lish" Miss Katherine Scott.
Discussion of book selected.
"The Backward Child"--Mr. A. C.
"WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in dharge of the library, -which now
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to know that they
are welcome to come to the library
at any time and read, the booxs. Also
that there are a 'targe number f
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persona
who have finished with them.
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when it is entirely closed, deafness
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nine cases out of ten are caused by
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INDEPENDENCE FOR EGYPT
Is the Bait Held Out for Natives to
Rise Against England
Rome, Jan. 10. The Turks are
hastening the construction of three
railway lines across the Sinai penin
sula, according to a Cairo dispatch
to the Giornale dTtalia. According
to this report the Turks expect to be
ready for an invasion of Egypt by
the second fortnight in' February;
It is stated that Turkish and Ger
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SAME OLD STORY
Can't Conquer Russia Because of the
Petrograd, Jan. 10. A Tiflis dis
patch to the Bourse Gazette describes
the arrival there of officers of the
Turkish army captured by the Rus
sians at the defeat of the Turks in
the region of Sari Kamysh, in the
Caucasus. It says:
"Ishkan Pasha, commander of the
Turkish Ninth army 'corps, has
reached here with four division gen
erals and other captured officers. He
ascribed the Turkish defeat chiefly
to the terrific climatic conditions and
said that only 6,000 of the corps and
the staff reached Sari Kamysh. The
Russians surrounded them and kill killed
ed killed most of the gunners. Ishkan
Pasha surrendered when only 300 men
were left near him. Several German
officers are among the prisoners."
ARRIVAIi AND DEPARTURE
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! 5:05 a. m.
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters j
j uurg ..xo x. in.
No. 38, S' Petersburg to Jackson-1
! ville 2:25 a. m.
I Xo. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 p. m.
j Xo. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKsm
j ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
No. 49, Ocala to HDmosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala--Arrives
1:05 p. m.
Xo. 35 ( Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake
land 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursday
No. 32 (Sunnyjlm) Lakeland to
Ocala- 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
in., '.Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 p.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air Line
No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:30 a. m.
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa -Arrive,
12:40 p. m; leave 1:18.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
1 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to" Jacksonville, 2:30
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar Arrive
rive Arrive 1 p. in.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No. 10 Tampa to Jacksonville
4:10 p. m.
" Ocala Noi thern
No. 71 Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 -Leaves Ocala for Palatka
at 1:15 p. m.
OCALA FRATERI1AL ORDERS
MAIUOX-DUNX MASONIC fODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge ?ro. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emma Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F.(
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
W. Li. Ccibert, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets. In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month.. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 meets at
the X. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. M. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., 'on -the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Broarn, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every 'Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
Charles Goddard. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K
.'of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Hwesday even evenings
ings evenings in each- month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. WillUms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. ax.
Visiting brethera always welcome Jo
the lodge and club hous on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofflco.
J. D. Kooney, Dictator.
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body body-Crisp,
Crisp, body-Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents in the moisture moisture-proof
proof moisture-proof package.
- a-k J-ii Ikrf t 1 W ft imt0 i
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
luncheon, tea and
dinner, zo cents.
Prince of appetisers!
Makes daily trips from
Ginger-Snap Land to
waiting mouths every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Say Zu Zm to
the grocer man, 5 cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
Always look for that noma
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Metropolitan Realty and
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 28, 1914.
To the Stockholders of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Realty and Investment Com Company:
pany: Company: You are hereby notified that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the above company will be held at the
office of the company' Wednesday,
January 13th, 1915, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of electing officers of
the company and attending to such
other business as may come before
GEORGE GILES, President.
Attest: J. S. LaROCHE,
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Metropolitan Savings
Bank of Ocala
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 5, 1915
To the Stockholders of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Savings Bank of Ocala:
You are hereby notified that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the above company will be held at
the office of the company Tuesday,
January 19th, at 8 o'clock, p. m., for
the purpose of electing officers of the
company and attending to such other
business as may properly come be before
fore before the body.
George Giles, President.
Attest: F. P. Gadson, Cashier.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
Company will be held in" their office,
Ocala, Fla., on January 12th, 1915, at
7:30 o'clock p. m., for the transaction
of such business as shall come before
H. B. Clarkson, President.
C. E. Nelson. Secretary. 30-tf
When Friendship Falls.
The more friends a man thinks ho
has the greater will be his disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment it he tries to prove It by putting
tnea to the financial test
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 19f5
OC ALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager I
Entered at Or'a, Fla., pvstoffice
One year, in advance.
Six months, in advance. ..
Three (months, in advance.
On? month, in advance. J
The Florida Metropolis should add
"Plant corn" to its slogan of "Plant
The Seaboard Air Line, in serving
Florida, grapefruit on its lines, sets
a good example to all Southern roads.
If we had government ownership
of railroads, there would not be so
much danger of a panic if they were
not allowed to charge higher rates
than the people are able to pay.
One of the reasons why foreign
trade is restricted is there is not
enough ships to carr it. (Senator
Fletcher is active among those who
are helping the president to obtain
the necessary vessels.
Ocala is not doing much to help
Belgium. 'AJJ? propositions fwe have
made in that direction are met with
the truthful reply that we have not
a little need right here at-home that
should be first supplied. ; '':.
The Star feels complimented to see
that its article on university exten extension
sion extension is copied in full in the Tampa
Tribune and Orlando Reporter-Star,
That is positive proof that there is
something in it. ; ; ;
If there is one thing more evident
than another it is that the Florida
farmer should' plant food crops and
do all he can toward raising hogs,
cattle and horses this year. Grain,
meat, feed and stock are high now;
they will be at a premium soon.
The Star is glad to say that the
report that trains Nos". 9 and 10, on
the A. C. L., would be discontinued is
legislature and this week will pass a
portant to Ocala people, and the en entire
tire entire section would feel losd without
The Star will wait awhile to see
what, Governor Trammel! does or
doesn't do about that Marianna fire
before it censures or praises him.
Certain it is that the board of man managers
agers managers should he fired or give some
mighty good reason why they should
The Ocala Star is complaining be because
cause because it is the 9th of January and
there has been no baby born in 1915
to claim about $25 worth of prizes.
Offered the prizes too late. Why
didn't you give a man a fair chance?
We will know better next time.
The fighters in France, Belgium
and Poland are having some dreadful
privations this winter, but they are
not suffering more if as much, than
the Confederate soldiers in the lines
around Richmond and Petersburg
fifty years ago. For one thing, they
are well fed, while the Southern sol soldiers
diers soldiers were on the verge of starva starvation.
tion. starvation. The soldiers in the northern
army also had many hardships, but
they were well provided with food
The police "will "try" to prevent
hotel porters annoying incoming pas passengers.
sengers. passengers. Why "try" ? ; Why not sim simply
ply simply have them all stand by on some
fixed line, t permit them to display
their cards or tags only, and make
them cut out all the "holler?" as is
dofte in ; all other well regulated cit cities.
ies. cities. At East Coast resort towns, for
instance. St. Petersburg Times.
The Star wishes the Ocala police
would inaugurate the same policy.
The hotel porters at the Ocala sta stations
tions stations almost tear .the incoming pas
sengers to pieces.
- The war may result in the re
establishment, of the nation of Israel.
If the Turks, .are; beaten, as:they. are
quite likely to be, it is more than
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
as second class matter.
One year- in advance. ..... .$8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance..... .80
likely that the Christian nations, for
sentimental as well as political rea reasons,
sons, reasons, may establish Palestine as an
autonomous : state. Palestine con contains
tains contains some 12,000 square miles and
maybe a million people. The Jews
all over the world would doubtless
contribute gladly to setting it up and
starting it off as an Israelitish na
tion, and .that is what they should be
allowed to do. They would have
their holy places and would doubtless
respect the religious feelings of all
other peoples. But the Greek and
Latin Christians, most of whom dis dislike
like dislike the Jews and each other as much
as they do the Turks, would probably
insist that Palestine be made a
Christian principality, and would
very likely fight as to which sect
should control it.
WILL WE HAVE A
FAIR THIS YEAR?
The directors of the Marion County
Fair will meet at the Board of Trade
rnnms nt A. nVlrrlr ."WfHnG1si v nftivr..
noon, to receive reports of the omATferu tPfning;, the faSO" ,of
cers and decide whether or not to
have a fair this year,
The Star, hopes the decisipn will be
favorable.- It' thinks to discontinue
the fair would be a great misfortune
to the county greater than can be
expressed in dollars and cents. The
last fair was conducted under disad disadvantages
vantages disadvantages greater than are likely to
occur again. Conditions this year
are sure to be better.
The Star thinks it would be the
best of good policy for our business
men to meet ? with the directors 'and
assure them of their goodwill and
support. Ocala supports the fair
better in proportion than any other
part of the county; in turn, Ocala
receives more from it, and would
lose more by its discontinuance.. The
exhibits of Ocala business houses
were very few last November; if
there was promise of a generous sup support
port support this year it would go far toward
insuring the continuance of the fair.
BOARD OF TRADE
MEETS WEDNESDAY NIGHT
The Board Vf Trade will hold its
first meeting for the year Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening. Interesting reports are
to be made and plans for 1915 laid
out, so all members should try to be
The nominating committee, con consisting
sisting consisting of Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss,
J. E. Chace, J. L. Edwards, G J.
Blitch and Harry Clarkson, has
made the following nominations :
President, R. F. Rogers; vice pres president,
ident, president, R.-R. Carroll; treasurer, H. D.
Board of Governors: D. E. Mclver,
Marcus Frank, George Rentz, W. T.
Gary and W. D. Taylor.
One reason why the British are un unwilling
willing unwilling to waive their right of search
of ships was made plain in the case
of the Dutch steamer Rotterdam,
which was loaded in New York with
erram tor Italy. wnen sne was
searched at Genoa, a large quantity
of copper and munitions of war for
Germany were found hidden under
the grain. These were sent by enter enterprising
prising enterprising American business men, will willing
ing willing to break their own promises and
involve their country in trouble for
money. Our experiences in the
Spanish-American war show that
some of our people would starve or
poison bur own soldiers, or send them,
to the front with defective equip equipment,
ment, equipment, for the sake of a few dollars,
so we needn't expect other nations to
put the highest of trust in them.
Who said Wilson controlled Con Congress?
gress? Congress? Witness the overwhelming
vote to retain the literacy, test in the
immigration bill, against which he
has set his face. Tampa Times.
OPPORTUNITY FDR OCALA
Certain that Many Daylight Line
Tourists Will Stop on their Way
Thru the City
The "City of Ocala" of the Day Daylight
light Daylight Line, left the Springs at 8
o'clock yesterday morning for the
first trip of the season. The follow-j
ing list of passengers were aboard;
List of Passengers
M. L. Gregory and wife, Otis Da
vis and wife, Huntington, W. Va.; S.
B. Browning, T. E. Browning, Logan,
W. Va.; Dr. R. A. McDonnell and
wife, New Haven, Conn.; Miss Naomi
Davis, Miss Katherine Gravis, In Indianapolis;
dianapolis; Indianapolis; T. C. Corey, Philadelphia;
Miss Sallie Spurlin, Lake Weir;
Clarence Blalock, Mack Carter, R. H.
Purdom, R. A. Burford, D S. Welch,
C. L. Dekle, Mrs. Ma'bry Sumner,
Mrs. L. A. Snow.
The City of Ocala will return to
the Springs this evening, and sail
again tomorrow morning for Palat Palat-kiu
kiu Palat-kiu ; ... .
Wednesday morning the new and
larger vessel of the Daylight Line,
the "Silver Springs' will go out for
her first trip, and has accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations for 100 passengers.
From that date to the close of the
season, the iDaylight Line will have a
boat sailing from Silver Springs to
Palatka daily in the morning and one
from Palatka to Silver Springs sail sailing
ing sailing every morning, making a double
daily service.' .
Another milestone has been passed
fin the onward march, of Ocala and
her interests, and as early as Wed
nesday, the 13th of this month, even
another milestone will be passed. We
the "Daylight Route" on the Okla
waha on Sunday the 10th and the in
itial trip of the. new boat the "Silver
Springs," added this season to this
line's equipment, which will take
place-Wednesday.-To every thinking
person in this community these
events should prove v significant, and
more significant even is the rapid
growth of this line, starting two or
three years -ago with the "City of
Ocala" and now operating three
boats, two passenger, and one freight.
It is ppssible and probable, however,
that few realize the real significance
and import of this line's business. In
the first place, these passengers alone
spend $10,000 and $15,000 per season,
exclusive of the boat fare, with this
amount increasing yearly. In addi
tion to this, they bring from three to
five thousand tourists through this
section during the three month's sea season
son season and they expect this year to in increase
crease increase their passenger list mater materially.
ially. materially. It is not impossible and it is
highly probable that out of the, say
5000 passengers, this boat line car carries
ries carries and brings through Ocala, we
can interest. 2 per cent, in "our city
and county, and it is an opportunity
to interest a class of people whom
we are seeking, people of means to
aid us in the development of our
wonderful natural resources.
This boat line is a truly 1 great
thing for Ocala, and it should have
the moral and t financial support of
all'those who have the best interests
of the city and county at heart, and
who are living not only for the pres present,
ent, present, but for the future development
of this section.
PRESIDENT'S MEXICAN POLICY
In his Indianapolis speech the
"I want, to say a word about Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, or not so much about Mexico as
about our attitude towards Mexico. I
hold it as a fundamental principle,
"and so do you, that every people has
the right to determine its own form
of government; and until this recent
revolution in Mexico, until the end of
the Diaz reign, 80 per cent, of the
people in Mexico never had a 'look
in in determining who should be their
governors or what their government
should be. Now I am for the 80 per
cent. It is none of my business, and
jit is none of your business, how long
they take in determining it. It is
none of my business, and it is none of
yours, how they go about the busi business.
ness. business. The country is theirs. The
government is theirs. The liberty, if
they can get it, and God speed them
in getting it, is theirs. And so far
as my influence goes while I am
president, nobody shall interfere with
The Star has no doubt that this
MARION lAMflMIE COMPANY
JOHN DEER STEEL PLOWS
With steel bottoms and steel beams
AMERICAN STEEL WIRE FENCING
I. H. C. GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES
MYER PUMPS AND PUMP JACHS
IRON PIPE, 1-8 TO 10 INCHES v
Valves and fittings to match
G&PITiiL STOCK 050,000.00.
SSaic, County and
JACKSONVILLE, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
. Re-Established January 6, 1915
Northbound . DAILY
9:35 AM Lv. . ..... ......... .Jacksonville..
5:08 PM Ar. .;..... .Macon.
8:03 PM Ar......... '.....Atlanta
12:13 AM Ar. . ,v .Chattanooga. .
4:50 AM Ar. ..... ....... . .Nashville.
9:28 AM Ar ........ ..Evansville
G:35 Pm Ar .........Chicago......
2:59 PM Ar...
Solid train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullman Cars
and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman Sleej Sleej-ers
ers Sleej-ers Jacksonville to St. Louis.
STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTO
sentiment will meet the approval of
a large majority of the American
people. Mr. Wilson, like everybody
else, has to learn, and it is not likely
that he will repeat his Vera Cruz
blunder. If he will only emphatically
put an end to Mexicans shooting our
people on their own ground, every everybody,
body, everybody, or nearly everybody, will be
LIBRARY PLANS OF
MR. MacKAY ACCEPTED
At a meeting this morning cf the
Carnegie library board, the members
decided that on account of the great
distance and the delays necessitated
by the same, and for those reasons
only, to accept the plans of Mr.
Geo. L. MacKay for the new library
building, instead of the specifications
and plans of the architect with whom
they have been in communication.
Work will commence on the building
as soon as minor details can be at attended
tended attended to. The library is to be of
stucco with tile roof, handsome in interior
terior interior finishings and beautiful both
on the exterior and interior. It will
be built on" Oklawaha avenue, west of
the resident occupied by Mr. J. R.
Dewey and family.
The Star does not think Allan Rod Rod-gers
gers Rod-gers suggestion that the city market
j building will be changed into a
j place for a county exposition will be
; adopted. The city will alrnoet cer-
tainly try to sell the property and
use the money for improvements
elsewhere on the waterworks, or
maybe new city buildings. But while
the property is unsold, the city
might open the building to the far far-mersas
mersas far-mersas a free market for their pro produce,
duce, produce, and it could also use a part of
it for a rest room, in place of the one
that has been closed. There is also
plenty of room on he city lot nearby
for the farmers to hitch their teams,
Ar 7:30 PM
.Lv 11:45 AM
..Lv 8:35 AM
Lv 4:37 A&-
Lv 12:10 AM
....... ......Lv 7:30
.Lv 11:30 AM
Louis .Lv V2:15 PM
and it would only take a few dollars
to put in the needed feed and water watering'
ing' watering' troughs. This is one needed im improvement
provement improvement that could be made at
once at little expense.
To accommodate the steadily and
rapidly increasing congregation the
seating capacity of the Methodist
church will have to be enlarged and
yesterday morning the initial step to
finance the undertaking was made.
The sewing circle challenged the men
of the congregation that it would
raise $1,000 if. they would raise the
halanrp (f flip fnnrl nnmccni'v
complete the work. The challenge
was accepted. The new addition will
be made on the east side of the
church. The present lecture room
will be thrown into the' main body,
new Sunday school rooms built and
the interior, as well as the exterior
of the building will be further beau beautified.
GOOD ROAD BONDS
When the hour arrived to open bids
for the construction of Lake county's
proposed hard-surfaced roads, the
bond attorneys had discovered that
the validation proceedings were sign signed
ed signed by H- II. Duncan, clerk of Lake
county, when they should have been
signed by the clerk of Marion county,
in which county the case was argued.
It will be necessary to have the bonds
re-validated. It is hoped the matter
will be rushed so that work on the
roads can begin within three or four
months. Leesburg Commercial.
Tor the making of billiard-balls
fire hundred elephants are needed
every year," eald the famous big-game
hunter In his lecture on India. "How
strange," whispered Mrs. Winsome to
the lady who sat next, "that people
J can teach' such great beasts to Co
tuch delicate work!
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
, (If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106) j
Miss Josephine Williams has re returned
turned returned from a short professional visit
, to Oxford.
, Mr. George MacKay and family
spent the week end at their Lake
, Weir home, the "Highlands."
Mr. Horace Reeves of Inverness!
was a guest of Mr. M. J.' Roess ovpr
Misses Mary and Anna McDowell
were hostesses entertaining pleasant pleasantly
ly pleasantly this afternoon the members of the
Presbyterian sewing circle.
Mr. James Watkins of Greenville,
S. C., visited his cousins, Misses Eu-
genia and Annie Benton Fuller Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Those taking part in the Old
Maids' Convention are requested to
meet at the woman's club this ev
ning at 7:30 o'clock, promptly.
" "' ' r '-
Mrs. R. J Abbott expects to leave
in a few days for the lower least coast
. near Miami, Vhere she will engage
in the millinery business.
After a pleasant visit to relatives
here, Mrs. Earl Sheridan left for her
, home in Clearwater this afternoon.
Mr. Jo s. W. Dodge ha s received art
invitation to join with Mrs. Dodge
and several T friends for a trip io
Havana on the twentieth inst. No
doubt he will accept the same.
Miss Sophie Stuckup of Ocala will
make a powerful speech on women's
rights 'at the "Old Maids' Conven Convention"
tion" Convention" Friday evening at the Temple
and she should be heard by everyone
. in the city, especially the men.
Misses Eloise and Katherine Hen Henry,
ry, Henry, who spend the week-ends with
their parents at Lake Weir, had as
I their guests, over Sunday their cous
in, Miss Mary Garrett.
-"""blisses Edna and Mary Ewen
Gaitskill and thir mother,; Mrs. J.
V. Gaitskill .'of .'' Winchester. Kv.: have
arrived at McIntLsh for their annual
vvmter visit. Saturday the Misses
i r a. a. at i jr. i
I I III W rIK Vlkll.lll.k 1JI J 1 --T I "1 3 i-J 111 I
Mrs. Ernest A. Smith and two
children arrived yesterday, from
Ciearwater, and will, be the guest of
her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Osteen and sister, Miss Millie Osteen.
Mrs. Smith was formerly Mis Elsie
Osteen of this city.
other dinner guests were Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter and Mr. Charles
Chandleir of Savannah.
Baptist Sunday School Officers Elect-
IXhe annual election of officers for
the Baptist Sunday; school was held
yesterday raornipg and the result of
the election is yasfpjlows: Superin Superintendent,
tendent, Superintendent, M. Wfr. Gary; assistant
superintendent, -Mr. Laurie Izlar;
secretary 'and, treasurer, Mr. S. H
lhrisf ian, tKbTrlsterDr.Fr- ET"Mc-
Clane superintendent of home de department,
partment, department, Dr. E. Van Hood;, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of cradle roll, Miss Cather Catherine
ine Catherine Livingston; superintendent of
primary department, Miss Nellie
The Sunday school is flourishing
and monthly shows a decided increase
in attendance. The election of KTri
" I HI II 1 II II I I ' ?
Izlar to the important position of as-p
sistant superinjfgjadentis a complU
ment to a person so young in yearsj
it "'nnt i
- ; w. c T. u.
The, W.-C. T. U. will hold its reg regular
ular regular .meeting tomorrow afternoon at
the Baptist church at 3 o'clock. The
program will be in charge, of the
medical temperance department.
: ;' ; : v
. Eastern Stars
The worthy matron of Ocala Chap Chapter
ter Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., requests the of officers
ficers officers to meet in Yonge's hall next
Wednesday at 3 p. m., for rehearsal
, The Daughters of the Confederacy
will have a candy sale at the Temple
theater Wednesday evening and each
-Daughter is earnestly requested to
send a donation of candyt to Mrs. Ed
Carmichael, 222 Fort King avenue,
R. T. Adams, wife and daughter
and two friends of Ocala, were guests
of the Lake View Sunday. Mr.
Adams started his business .career in
this city as telegraph operator for
the Plant System and is well known
to most of our people. He is now
owner of Ocala's leading hotel, the
Harrington Hall Leesburg Commer Commercial.
Mrs. M. M. Little went down to
Summerfield Sunday afternoon to
organize an Epworth League at that
place. While there she was' the
N guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Law Law-ton.
ton. Law-ton. Returning they attended divine
services at Belleview, where Rev. W.
T. Evans preached his farewell ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Mr. Evans returned with them
to Ocala. i
Mrs.-..W. A. Congleton, who has
been visiting ; relatives at Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field and her sister, Mrs. Jf W. Davis
on Oklawaha avenue, has returned to
her. home in Jacksonville.
' A party motoring up from Uma Umatilla
tilla Umatilla yesterday, who spent the after afternoon
noon afternoon sight seeing in the city and
were dinner guests of Mr. W. B. Gal Gallagher
lagher Gallagher at the Harrington Hall in the
evening, included Miss Hall of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City, Miss Collens, Mr. Collens
and Mr. Hodges. Mr. Gallagher's
At the home of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blanchard, in
this city Sunday evening, Miss Amy
Blanchard wa? married to Mr. L. F.
Ballard, Rev. Bunyan Stephens offi officiating.
ciating. officiating. '.'
The wedding was a very quiet one,
there being present beside immediate
relatives only the. clergyman and one
or two intimate friends. The bride
looked very charming in her dress of
dark-green silk, trimmed with fur,
find a bunch of flowers in "her cor-
age. The groom wore the conven
tional black. After the ceremony
and offering congratulations, the
pirty enjoyed a pleasant little family
Ir.xBallard, tho he has never taken
aiiy prominent part in public affairs,
'Lis one of our best known and most
n't-' .l' 'l' '"' TT, .' 1
liKea citizens, ne came nere over
twenty years ago from Bloomington,
O., and has 'since entirely filled the
place of a good citizen. He has for
some years been conducting a news
store on East Broadway, and proba probably
bly probably has more and better pleased cus customers
tomers customers in proportion to his business
han any other man in town. His
friends, who had about concluded
that he had sentenced himself to
single misery for the remainder of
his days, congratulate him on ? joining
the ranks of the Benedicts.
The bride is the pretty and accom accomplished
plished accomplished daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Blanchard, and came to Ocala
with her parents as a child about
eight years ago. She has grown up
to young womanhood in our city,
making numerous friends among her
neighbors and acquaintances, all of
whom wish for her and Mr. Ballard
a long and happy life.
Mr. and Mrs. Ballard will make
their home for-the present with Mr.
and Mrs. Blanchard, but will proba probably
bly probably soon go to housekeeping in Mr.
Ballard's own residence in North
MUST LITTLE HOMELESS CHILD CHILD-'
' CHILD-' REN SUFFER IN FLORIDA?
WE DO NOT BELIEVE that the good people of Florida
realize that there are right now in our State
Hundreds of Little Children in Real Need
Some Absolutely Homeless That
Just Must Be Cared For
WE FEEL SURE that they do not know that there are
hundreds of Worthy Mothers in Florida who are just
struggling to keep their little ones alive, and at home.
WE JUST CANNOT BELIEVE that with these facts
true, arid every orphanage in Florida Crowde'd to the
doors, that the people of Florida will let our great work
which has cared for 850 of these little ones This Year
alone, go down for lack of funds to keep it up. Your
immediate help is greatly needed Right Now. Please
send what you can today to
'::::R.y. COVINGTON, Treasurer,
C-V'The Children's Home Society of Florida,
Florida's Greatest Charity.
361 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.
band in the city and at Sharp's ferry,
sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere"
at the morning service yesterday at
the Baptist church.
After a pleasant visit to relatives
here, Mrs. Earl Sheridan left for her
home in Clearwater this afternoon.
Mrs. James S. Johnson and ciild-
ren returned Saturday .afternoon
f rom Tampa, where they have been
for the past few weeks.
A beautifully marked, 18 months
old pedigreed Shetland Mare Pony for
sale. Address Star Office. dh
The Oldest Handicraft. f
The toy industry is one of the old oldest
est oldest industries in the world. The Brit British
ish British museum can show-us' a 'doll (with
strings of mud beads for hair) and
others with movable arms, with
which the children of ancient Egypt
played on the banks of the Nile.
Jointed dolls and dolls furniture have
come down to us from the days of
Greece and Kerne, and we. know that
balls, tops aid toy animals were fa favorite
vorite favorite playthings at an even earlier
Best Way to Ke;p Apples.
The beit vessels in which to keep
apples are crates or baskets that per permit
mit permit ventilation, and also permit nan'
dling the fruit to prevent bruising.
When it commences to reach its full
stage of ripening it is well "to sort it
occasionally, and remove and use any
that are commencing to decay, pr that
are becoming soft or overripe. Firm
specimens can be wrapped .in pieces
of ordinary newspaper and put in ven ventilated
tilated ventilated crates, baskets or barrels in a
cool place, and there kept for a longei
time than when not so wrapped.
Three-year-old Dorothy, who was al allowed
lowed allowed to play on the parkway, was
told by her mother she must not get
acquainted with strange people. One
day an organ grinder with a monkey
stopped to play and Dorothy made
friends at once. As the organ grinder
moved away Dorothy followed, her
mother called to her, and she paused
long enough to say: "Fse yest gettln
quainted wif monkey, not man's."
OrfnlnaUy a Chinese Bird.
Pheasants, notwithstanding their
aristocratic magnificence of appear appearance,
ance, appearance, readily interbreed with humbler
kinds of birds. Including the common
hamVflrrl fnul rlio frinco'liaii And V r
Dr H. C. Howard of Champaign, j black grouse. English pheasants: are
III., has arrived for his annual visit I the dpscpndants o.f rhinPSp Kirda
to his son, Mr. E. M. Howard and
wife. He was accompanied by his
which, long ago, were brought to
England and crossed either with
son, Dr. Oharlie Howard, who will! grouse or with some unidentified na-
spend only a few. days in the city. tive species of pheasant, which pos pos-;
; pos-; sessed no great beauty. The descend-
,T j ,r . J ant of a male pheasant and a domes-
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDoughal ofj lc neQ is known ag ft ..pero
Englewood, have taken an apartment!
in Sarasota for February an(J Miss!
Lydie McDoughal, who is now mak- to SuiL
u ... , Old Gentleman "Now, what are all
ing her home with her brother and or,i r.;
, . ... s you children fighting ana making such
his wife, will go to Sarasota with a noise for? Little Boy "Please, sir,
them and not come to Ocala as ex-j the landlord gave us a dime each to
pected. , fight and make a noise. He has got
. n one of his houses let and the people
Mrs. Horace Hiriton of Atlanta, complained that the neighborhood was
J who is visiting relatives of her hus-
too quiet." Stray Stories.
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The Zulu is absolutely without prop property
erty property except the hut wherein he lives.
He is a strict apostle of the teach teaching
ing teaching ol take no thought of the mor-
ir ne cas Dienty one day ne eats un- i -e-c y j
day he may find nothing to eat an?
he gets along the best he can like
bird. Birds never store up for 'the
future. The Zulu is the bird of man-
kind. H decorates his head with i
plumage and fine colored feathers, j
but he has not clothing for his body
except coarse woven cloth.
Might Get It That Way.
An absent-minded husband was
asked by his wife to stop in a store
on his way downtown and buy her)
three articles of feminine wear. Ot
course when he reached the store he I
had forgotten what they were. So the
young clrrk beh!r.-J the first counter J
was amazed to heer: "Escufc me; my
wife tcld me to come in here and get j
her some fh?nss; to wear end I've for- j
giftpn r nt
ere. Would you
mind remans over a few things?
The most gladsome thing in th
world is that few of us fall very low,
the saddest that with such capabili capabilities
ties capabilities we seldom rise high. -J. M. Barrie.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915
JAfVlES AUSTIN IVIORTLAND
Civil and Architectural Engineer
Plans, Specifications, Es'imates, Superintendence and
Construction of Steel and Concrete Bridges, Build Buildings,
ings, Buildings, Water Power, Dams Reservoirs, Street
Paving, Sewerage Systems and Sidewalks
Phone 44P 1 Ocala, Florida
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 293
' MAIL OBDEfi- MOUSE
" Johniiy's Place
AM now in business for myself, v Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you Khe best there
is, ana as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years In the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that wans.'
JUST A SA3IPLE OF GOODS AND PRICED
' until the summons will come to fa-
'WARE OF DICTOGRAPH
. ther, mother, sisters, brothers one ;
On Wednesday, January 6th, about j by one calling them to that same
o'clock in the morning, Lonnie i "upper room," and there will be an: ALWAYS POSSIBILITY OF ONE'S
the 9 year old son of Mr. and Mrs.; eternal "family gathering." WORDS BEING OVERHEARD.
J. E. Whaley, ended his short earth As the choir so aptly sang at the
journey and entered his home in the j little church Thursday, Lonnie is,; t
"House of Many Mansions." j "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." We
Lonnie was a boy of lovable dis-1 have had to say, "farewell" to him
position, gentle, patient and thought-i here ; but we will never say good good-f
f good-f ul of others. His frail body, touch- j bye, in Heaven.
, r , "Oh Lord God Almighty! To thee
heart, forbade any reasonable hope w turn as our solace above: Wherever vou eo nowadays there's
of his reaching the years of man-) The waters may fall from the sea, very likely to be a dictograph listen-!
Widespread Eavesdropping Has Be Become
come Become a" Common Thing Are Also
Being Used to Save Time
In Cpmmerclal Houses.-
Good Old 65 Proof Jlye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon . J J 50
Good Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon .
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
hood. estate's; and yet the breaking; But not from they
Make my place your, headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and bo treated Tight at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEEK you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
OCALA, FLO HI DA
their earth bonds, that transplant transplanting
ing transplanting into the heavenly might be ac ac-compolished,
compolished, ac-compolished, was to the family like
the snapping of their own heart
strings, so deep is love, and so insis insistent
tent insistent is fond hope.
The "religious" sense was stronger
in Lonnie than it is in most boys of
his age. He loved his Sabbath
school, and he loved, all religious
services. It grieved him when he be became
came became too weak to go the short dis distance
tance distance from his home to the little
church where his Sunday school class
gathered of a Sabbath afternoon; and
especially on tne kaDbatn once a
month when his pastor from Ocala
was wont to come out to hold a short
service in the church. : Lonnie will
be missed in the neighborhood and in
the school; but more especially in the
home where his gentle life was liv lived,
ed, lived, and where he became even, tne
more beloved because of a fading
life v that called increasingly for lov loving
ing loving ministrations on the part of the
But their loss is his-eternal gain,
and to God's children these separa separations
tions separations are only for "earth's little
while." We are in a "lower room" of
the Father's House. Lonnie has gone
"up stairs." It will not be very long
fountains of ,mg to every word you say and trans
mitting the sound of your vo'e to
somebody whose ears .perhaps you
don't care at all about having your
conversation reach. Tn New York city
Oh, teach up thy will to obey,
And sing with one heart and ac
And praise be the name of the i s sai 50 dictographs are purchased
Lord." every week by jealous husbands ana
j wives, but the number of these de-
YEGGMEN AT WORK IN vices used for such doubtful domestic
SOUTH JACKSONVILLE! purposes is small compared with those
. j which are being installed for com-
. ... T mercial purposes in offices, stores and
Jacksonville, Jan. 10. Three yegg-j factorieg
men attempted to force the safe of j The use of the dictograph to secure
the Bank of South Jacksonville last! evidence in a number of sensational
night. Two separate explosions were j criminal cases has made the public
heard by citizens, who hurried into j quite familiar with the methods by
the streets, frightening away the j which it makes widespread eaves eaves-robbers.
robbers. eaves-robbers. The yeggmen escaped in a dropping possible. The transmitter
io. fi,Q ri.r Kninr, wc tnn tu-ft! is a little disk so small tnat only a
In order that the first white child born in the city of Ocala
in 1915 may have a start in life, the following birthday gifts will
be given him, or her, upon, receipt at the Star office of the offi official
cial official birth certificate:
Evening Star, one year. . ..... . .-.
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank, Sayings account .f 5.00
Marion Furniture Company, high chair . . 3.00
Gerig's Drug Store, baby's toilet set 2.00
A. E. Burnett, necklace, 2.00
Ocala Photo Co., half doz. photos. ........ . ........ i 4.00
Ttheinauer & Co., baby carriage quilt. 1.00
Little's Shoe Parlor, satin, furtop soft qqt saoqs 803
Carn-Thomas Co., Vz -dozen Cakes Btst Toilet Soap ....... 1.00
Chas. L. Fox ...... .4 One Rexall Pacifier
. v;..:. ': :
; Remember, the first one reported" on or after January 1, 1915,
is entitled to the gifts, even tho another of previous date may be
reported later. ;
Anyone desiring to add a gift to the above list may" do so
at any time before a claim is made for it by calling phone 51
and stipulating the gift and its value.
MAN KILLS HUNGRY WILDCAT
Beast Had Attacked Party of Unarmed
Men, and Was Dispatched
1- til n v n t n,LAl. ntlf
blocks from the bank building. The farei,Ui 5etr T VZt '2
outer door of the bank safe
wrecked, but the inner door kept thei mitter iS So sensitive that it will carry
robbers from their expected loot. everv sound uttered in a room for long
" -""- i distances. Carefully concealed wires
You can get good buttermilk atj connect it with the receiving end of
Gerig's,fresh every day. 6-tf the apparatus, which is often dls-
iguised as a paper weight or hlddeni
PHlnnR Famous Florida svrnu in i away in a desk.
large oailKH is Bieaiijr atuipnucu u j i
the use of the dictograph. When a de-
positor calls to withdraw a large
amount the teller may not be sure
that the account shows a sufficient
balance to cover the withdrawal, but
he does not like to offend by stating
So the teller presses a button to sig signal
nal signal a bookkeeper to put his ear to the
other end of the dictograph system,
whose transmitter is concealed in the
teller's counter. Then the teller picks
up the check and remarks casually
but distinctly enough for the dicto dictograph
graph dictograph to carry his words: "Two thou thousand
sand thousand dollars. How will you have it,
This question Is the signal for the
bookkeeper to turn to the ledger and
see if Mr. Blank's account is good for
$2,000. If it is he quickly signals the
teller by ringing a buzzer once; if it is
not, he gives two rings.
In large safety deposit concerns
much tiresome running back and forth
Is saved by having the clerks in the
vaults and the bookkeepers in the
offices work with dictograph receivers
fastened to their ears and transmitters
on their chests.' The wires connecting
them run down their trousers leg3 and
trail along the floor.
Claim agents of many corporations
find the dictograph of service In de detecting
tecting detecting "fraudulent claims for damages.
Each claimant his his witnesses
are made to wait for a few mlnute3 in
a very completely "dictographed"
room. If tho claim is fraudulent they
are likely to take this opportunity to
rehearse their stories and agree on
A wildcat attacked a party of hunt hunters
ers hunters in the deer woods of Atlantic coun county,
ty, county, six miles this side of -Mays Land Landing,
ing, Landing, and was killed, after a fight, by
Thomas Campbell, who brought th
carcass home as proof of his exciting
Young Campbell, with his father, Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Campbell, and a companion
named Geiss, were exploring the
woods, following a deer run, with the
idea of staking out stands for the open
season, when the wildcat suddenly at attacked
tacked attacked them. The beast leaped upon
Geiss, who struck wildly at it with his
fists. One of the blows kndeked the
big cat to the earth. None of the
men was armed, but Thomas Camp Campbell
bell Campbell picked up a heavy piece of wood
and struck the animal as it renewed
ti a attack. A blow on the head
stunned the beast, and the two men
beat it to death.
The wildcat was apparently a.1 cub,
not quite fully grown. Its gaunt, body
showed that it had nearly starved dur during
ing during the long drought, which drove
much of the small game from, che
woodlands to the swamps. It is be believed
lieved believed that hunger forced the beast
to attack the men. A wildcat is a
good deal of a curiosity in this re region,
gion, region, as it has been several years
EOUMANIA, ITALY AND
GREECE ARE RESTLESS
Allies Believe that the Former
- JPower is on the Point of
Xondon, Jan. 10. Should Rouman-
v xzLj now mat tne Russians are on the
Baider if not actually in Transylvan Transylvan-ixs,
ixs, Transylvan-ixs, decide to join the allies, her army
siH provide the missing link in the
xftabi tof troops 1,300 miles long,
Tsxsding from the Baltic to the Ad-
This battle line would be compos composes!
es! composes! of Russians,- Roumanians, Servians
-4Esd Montenegrins on the one side,
and Germans and Austro-Hungarians
on the other.
The allies believe Roumania soon
will take the plunge.' Other develop developments
ments developments are expected.
Relations between Greece and Tur Turkey
key Turkey have reached the breaking point
over the ill-treatment of Greeks in
Asia Minor. Italy is growing rest restless
less restless over Turkey's delay in giving
satisfaction for the violation of the
Italian consulate at Hodeida, from
which the British consul, who sought
refuge, was forcibly removed.
Italy, it is also reported, has
agreed that Servia shall be granted a
port in, the Adriatic. Roumania and
Greece, it is thought, however, may
delay taking up arms until Bulgaria
which is anxious for a part of Mace
donia, is satisfied, for a hostile Bui
garia on their borders would compe
them to divide their forces.
Only Education of Value.
Reading and writing are in no sense
education, unless they contribute to
his end by making us feel kindly to-
r?s all creatures. RuslOr..
Lilians' f amous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf
You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
t T-t l Tit m i
rfowny s J-iace. -UL for JumpIll z purposes ?
! haoeta ViiJVO WfATl KPPT1 t IcUCdlSC
v" the testimony they are going to give..
and wildcats were frequently seen.
Pitman (N. J.) Dispatch to Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Inquirer.
CAUGHT BY THE DICTOGRAPH
Royal Conversation Which, of Course,
Has No Reference to Affairs of
the Present Day.
But their every whisper is heard and
taken down by a stenographer In an
Inner office, and the best laid plans are
often thus exposed by the conspirators
1 Some kings, though long aware of
their own uselessness, were not made
uneasy until they perceived that the
world in. general was getting to be
aware of it as well.
The more timorous among them
were for giving up at once. "Let's
abdicate and go to work!" suggested
But the bolder spirits were for
nothing like that. "No, let's bring
on a thumping big war!" they recom recommended.
mended. recommended. "Somebody would say such a war
was wicked." ventured the timorous
"Nobody would dare" the bold
kings replied. "If anybody were to
say such a thing he would be in instantly
stantly instantly pilloried byhe patriots. Why
should kings despair when there are
as many patriots as ever?"
"But those extremists, who number
millions, and who vow they will not
fight against their brethren of other
lands!" the timorous kings objected.
Here the bold kings burst out
laughing. "Have you lived with that
class so long not to find out that
they are as big fools as anybody
when it comes to the pinch?" they
cried, with tears In their eyes. New
York Evening Post.
Suggests Scotch Dish.
An enthusiastic who would lower
the cost of living suggests that Amer Americans
icans Americans eat the Scotch dish called hag haggis.
gis. haggis. This philanthropist tells how It
is made. First, get the stomach of a
sheep, he says, and turn it inside out,
wash it and soak it in salt water.
Then take the liver, lights and heart
of the same sheep, boil them till they
are cooked all the way through, after
which mush them up, mix with
chopped onions and powdered oat oatmeal
meal oatmeal cakes, and season with pepper
and salt. Take this mess and put it la
,the prepared sheep's stomach and pour
in a cup of gravy. Sew up the mouth
of the stomach and punch little hole3
around in It and boil it for four hours
and a half. After which it is eaten.
"It was a brave man who ate the first
oyster," said someone, but the Amer American
ican American who will eat this thing called hag
gis will be entitled to one of the
kaiser's iron crosses. New York Let
ter tc the Pittsburgh Dispatch.
At the Dentist's.
I asked this question of my daughter
last night: "Did your little daughter
make much fuss when the dentist was
filling her teeth today?" My daughter
replied: "She never opeitd her
Did You Know That
Fro ss legs are useful to men for
Citing purposes, but more useful to
"The greatest test of friendship, It
seems to me, is the knowledge that
one may tell the truth to a friend
with the certainty that no offense will
, OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxier's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Ilun
Strictly Upon Ethical LlDeu
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
in repairing the road from Mcintosh
. to Evinston and Boardman post of-
Official Report of the Proceedings of See. The matter was laid over. )
the January Meeting of 1 lt s ordered that the Supervis-i
tj a ( or of Registration oe paid $20 per:
the Hoard month for the year 1915 and $50 per.
Ocala, Jan. 4, 1015. month,for 1916, providing the next
The Board of County Commission- j legislature makes no change in the
ers met pursuant to adjournment, j -Primary election laws. In the event ;
present and presiding Hon. V. T.ia.cVrf" f "T-'rr81 ,5
! Henderson, chairman pro-tern, and minishmg the labor to be performed j
i Messrs. W. Luffman, D; G. Watkins I "J the said office the board will, atj
land J, W. Davis, commissioners. their meeting in January 1916 at its
MiniitP-ftf tho mppH i discretion change. sa:d salary to con-
j read and approved.
ROOM AND BATH FOU A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Restaurant with Moderate prices
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running: Water in Every Room in the House
EIiEOTRIC ELEVATOR SERVICE PHOXES IN ALL ROOMS
The only Hotel on the Square
i form to the duties of the office.
ill: A. 1 1 1
Rnnd of S. R. RnwPr fnr .Tnstirol peuuon grant a puunc roau
of the Peace, district No. 26, was I f r0 Parr ast 7"8 f a. mile' de"
approved scnbec as follows: Beginning on
Col. R. F. Rogers appeared before Hcton ine between sections 2 V and
the board requesting it to recommend J ff' l 'S..ai v""lL wuere
that the sentence against Mary Rich
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AXD A HALF
To Be Upright In Our Dealings
OUR MEATS UP FIGHT -flaking
it Easy to ;
COOK, CARVE AND CONSUME THEM
Next to O-'K. Teapot Grocery
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
11 RIOT TK" YdDHJ
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in' the way. of vulcanizing your tres,
but we want to tell you that the
proper attention to your tires at the
right time will save you great ex expense.
pense. expense. We are prepared to do vul vul-canizing
canizing vul-canizing on short notice, and we
guarantee our work to be satisfaet-
ory. If youVe had a blowout re recently
cently recently and discarded the tire, let us
show you how to save half the cost of a new uns.
Our prices will be found the lowest consistent with first class work
manship. Give us a trial. "--
ITT. T. LUCKJE : J. R. WE A THE RING TOl
AT LUCKIE'S GARAGE NORTH MAIN STREET
ardson be suspended on good behav behavior
ior behavior in order that she may support
and care for her twin babies, which,
on the recommendation of the board,
Justice J. G. Ferguson, agreed to suspend.
On motion of Commissioner J. W.
Davrs, which was seconded by D. G.
Watkins, the Goihs and Redding road
described as follows: "Beginning at
Summerfield & Ocala hard road where
the half section line of section 23 J
running east and west, intersects
said road, going west through sec
tions 23, 22, 21 and 20 to the half
section line runing north and soutn,
through section 20, being in town township
ship township 16 south, range 22 east," was
ordered advertised and posted.
Mr. Ayers appeared before the
board relative to the assessment of
E. P. Rentz & Son's saw mill. It
was ordered that the assessment for
1912 and 1913 be placed at $12500 and
$10,000 for 1914.
On motion of Commissioner Wat
kins, seconded by Commissioner Da
vis, Hannah Jones and Dan Moseley
were placed on the pauper list at
$3 per month each. 1
On motion of Commissioner Wat
kins, it was ordered that warrant for
$20 be drawn in favor of R. J. Per-
ryf as guardian of the Snow estate,
for damages to property by the coun
ty in using material from same.
All bills audited and approved were
The board thereupon adjourned sine
C. Carmichael, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Tuesday, January 5th, 1915
The Board of County Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners met in regular session, present
Commissioners Carn, Luffman, Hutch Hutch-ins,
ins, Hutch-ins, Pyles and Fort.
On motion of Commissioner Luff Luffman,
man, Luffman, Hon. W. D. Carn was elected
chairman. On motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Luffman Mr. Carn's election as
chairman was made unanimous.
,M':. Watkins presented a letter
from Mr. T. J. Cone requesting the
board to open three-quarters of a
mile of extension of road on the Mar Marion
ion Marion and Levy county line. On mo motion,
tion, motion, the matter was referred to
Commissioner Hutchins to report at
It was, on motion, of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Fort, ordered that Mrs. J. L. Mor Morrow
row Morrow be allowed a widow's exemption.
It was, on motion of Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Fort, ordered that the amount due
W. J. Waters on the Dunnellon bridge
($38.34) be paid and check for that
imount' ordered drawn.
It was 'upon motion ordered that
she 'delinquent tax list be awarded!
to the Ocala Banner for 1915.
It was upon motion ordered that tne
question of closing the Fort McCoy
and Orange Springs road be refer referred
red referred to Commissioner Luffman to re report'
port' report' on at the next meeting of the
It appearing that there is an rror
in the personal assessment of T. G.
McAteer, said assessment was order ordered
ed ordered cancelled.
Bond of C. B. Strickland for li license
cense license to carry pistol was approved.
On motion of Commissioner Pyles,
Mr. J. T. Nix was appointed as bridge
tender at Moss Bluff for 1915 at $20
On motion of Commissioner Fort,
Mr. T. B. Griggs was reappointed
as ferryman at Heather Island ferry
at $10 per month.
On motion of Commissioner Fort,
Mr. Henry Hogan was appointed as
bridge tender at Sharp!s Ferry at
$20 per month.
On motion of Commissioner Luff Luffman,
man, Luffman, Mr. J. N. McOuaig was reap
pointed as ferryman at Eureka at
$23 per month.
On motion of Commissioner Fort,
Mr. J. W. Sewell was reappointed as
ferryman at Grahamville at $22 per
... The matter of appointment of oth other
er other ferryman was laid over until the
next meeting of the board.
The board thereupon adjourned un-
til 8 o'clock tomorrow morning.
! Wednesday, January 6th, 1915
! The board met pursuant to adjourn-
; ment with all members present.
the Seaboard Air Line R. R. crosses!
Orange Avenue, town plat of Sparr,
and running in an easterly direction
on Orange avenue, thence east along
section line between sections 21 and
28 and 22 and 27, to the half section
line of said sections 22 and 27, a dis
tance of seven-eights of a mile more
or less from starting point, was pre presented,
sented, presented, and upon motion it was or ordered
dered ordered that said petition be granted
and Messrs. A. J. Stephens, J. W.l
Luffman and C. H. Luffman were ap appointed
pointed appointed as commissioners to view, to
mark and to lay out said route.
Notary bond of E. L. Stapp was
Justice of the Peace bond of M. L.
Payne was approved.
Bond of Jas. B. Galbraith as con constable
stable constable for precinct No. 26, was ap approved.
proved. approved. W. E. Smith, county judge, filed
certificates of convictions for the
month of December.
W. L. Colbert tax collector, filed
his report of licenses collected for
Dunnellon Fire Department filed a
list of its members for the year of
Ocala Rifles filed a list of its ac active
tive active and contributing members for
Applications for road overseers for
the year 1915 were made by J. G.
Denison, W. N. Milling, W. A. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, W. D. Young, J. B. Gore, J. W.
Gardner, C. A. Dmkins, E. W. Jones,
Henry Gordon, J. R. Proctor, J. F.
Parker, C. C. Curry were received and
Applications for the position of
county engineer for roads were made
by the following: Jas. R. Moore Moore-head,
head, Moore-head, C. L. Gamsby, L. L. Priest and
Allan Rogers, which were filed.
Applications for the position of
county physician by the following:
E. G. Lindner, J. W. Hood and A. L.
Blalock, were received and filed.
. The county commissioners drew the
names of 302 persons for the year
1915 to serve as jurors in the cir circuit
cuit circuit court.
Report of Mrs. J. R. Moorehead,
canning club agent, was received and
Bond of F. W. Webber for license'
to carry pistol was approved.
Letter from Hon. W. T. 'Whitfield,
secretary of the board of commis commissioners
sioners commissioners of state institutions regard regarding
ing regarding state convicts was received and
Widow's pension application of Mrs.
Jub'a A. Weisner was approved.
Mark and brand inspectors for dis districts'
tricts' districts' Nos. 24, 13, 8, 17 and' 1 filed
their reports which were received and
Mr. C. L. Gambsy. road engineer,
filed his report as follows:
To the Honorable Board of County
Mr. Chairman and gentlemen:- I
herewith submit report for December.
District No. 1. Blitchton road.
Built 2716 ft. clay road, cost 15c
per lineal foot, graded 424 cu. yds.
fills to raise road for. drainage, cost
of feeding mules 54 5-10 cents per
mule per day; cost of feeding con convicts
victs convicts 15 cents per man per day; total
Di'strict No. 2. Built 1524 feet cf
clay road, Irvine and Flemington
road;. 948 feet. Flemington and Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield road, 3012 feet, cost 11 4-10
cents per lineal foot; repaired 1320
feet Blitchton and Martin road and
2000 feet Fellowship and Oldtown
road. Cost of feeding mules 59 7-10
cents per mule per day, cost of fad
ing convicts 25 2-10 per man per day;
District No. 5. Built 4241 feet on
Fairfield and Flemington road., cost
7 cents per lineal foot; repaired
100 feet Fairfield and Irvine road,
cost of feeding mules 46 cents per
mule per day, cost of feeding con convicts
victs convicts 15 3-10 cents per man per day.
District No. 4. Opened 3 miles new
road. Strawed 12 miles, cost 19.41
cents per mile. Total $332.91.
District No. 3. Strawed lx. miles
of Oklawaha and Moss Bluff roaxl,
hauling and filling at school house,
repairing Oklawaha and Moss Bluff
road, total S 145.75.
District No. 2. Repairing bridges
at Turners and Bell branch, also Blue
will, now, give you an idea
of how attractive the park parkway
way parkway will be when com completed.
pleted. completed. Camphor trees have been
set on either side of the
parkway, along the south southern
ern southern front of the Park.
Between the lines of cam camphor,
phor, camphor, other trees, and
shrubs, will be planted.
On one side of the park parkway
way parkway is Wyomina street,
and on the other side is a
The street, the parkway;
and the drive, forma plaza ;
upon this plaza many of
the home sites face.
On the road to Silver
"A short way out and r
Jight at Lover's Lane."
LOUIS R. CflAZAL .:
& SONS CO.
Holder Building P. O. Bos 475
Telephone 228 Ocala, Fla.
UNDERTAKERS and EUBALMERS
Flae Caskets and Curia! Kobes.
D. E. McIVER and C. ROBERTS
' Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal Embal-mers
mers Embal-mers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS SOS-
sFor Goot3 Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Of unequalled QUALITY,
ench as ciifare the re re-salt
salt re-salt of extraordinary care
& watchfulness in the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials
The workmanship also
Is watched as carefully
end the same unremitting
watchfulness enters into
the manufacture of our
Cups, Bars Drops and and-other
other and-other Counter Goods as la
our BONBONS. COCOA,
If yon vrsnt a NoiisL.i2.
Streak taenia d Chocolate, wttia
Heal Food Value, and at the
same time having a pleasant
taste, try oar PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or Chocolate Dipped
Mrs. Tydings and Mrs. Blitch ap-!Pnn.hrifW in DnrmpUnn tntnl ir,3.
Speared before the board requesting ; 79. Citv of Dunnellon's share $48.59.
aid for Comfort Lodsre. Action up-; District No. 1. Repairing Mcintosh
on this matter was deferred for in-;road to 3 mile post and Dunnellon
j vestigation. road to 2 mile post, cost $98.72.
j It was ordered that Willis Roberts Moving implement house on Mon Mon-;be
;be Mon-;be placed on "the pauper list at $3 j tap-ue road, cost SI 57.00.
j per month. Total for December $2074.03
i 11 was oraerea mat a warrant iori
j $100 be drawn in favor of the clerk j
j to pay convicts on their discharge. I
j Mr. R. S. Rogers of the Florida 1
j Title & Abstract Corporation ,appear-
j ed before the board relative to revis
To W. TR0XLE
Due from City of Dunnellon 48.59
ing the plat book in the clerk's of office.
fice. office. Mr. Keep appeared before the board
requesting the assistance of the board
C. L. Gambsy, C. E.
S. B. Bower, justice of the peace,
district No. 26, filed his report of
(Uonciuutui ou Sixth Page 1
Larp enter and Builder
Careful Estimates mafle on all Con Con-ract
ract Con-ract Work. Gives more and better
vork for the, money than any other
Mitrtctor in the city.
Pillans Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery. Co. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1915
f OCALA OCCUR ANCES
K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow af af-ternoon.V
ternoon.V af-ternoon.V x
Mr. Ri rSMIalr is home from his
business5 trip to NewYork
Blank 5 books and all office supplies
at The Murray Company. 8-3t
Mr. Tom Harley is visiting his old
home at Quincy.
The best gin rickey in the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf
Dr.-J. E. Klock and Mr. George E.
Snow, two of Eastlake's prominent
citizens, were in the city today.
Letter file boxes 25c. at The Mur
ray Company. 8-3t
-Fountain pen taken from postoffice
desk belonging to R. B. Bowers.
Please returned to postmatser. 8-6 1
Take Rexall Liver Salts for that
tired, sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 9-tf
Mr. Roy Luckie has accepted a po position
sition position with the Rexall store in Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona for the tourist season.
Mr. Sam Mathews spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
Mathews at Candler. i
Mr. W. J. Frink of Jacksonville,
who has been a welcome visitor since
Friday, left this afternoon.
(any other Hind if you do 'not lik
me Jbcotcnj tnen try one at Jonnny's
The window of the ticket office of
the Daylight Line in the Merchants'
block is being prettily lettered;.
The new Daylight Line packet Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs will leave on her maiden
trip to Palatka Wednesday morning.
Mr.. M. R. Hunnicutt and family
have moved from Sanchez street to
East South Eighth. o ;
We fill your prescriptions as order ordered
ed ordered from fresh drugs, at the Court
At the meeting of the council to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening, the newly elected
members will be swrorn in and the
' council organized for the ensuing
The K. of P. have the best possi possible
ble possible password for. this, term. If you
haven't learned it, be present tonight
and be enlightened.
At our fountain you will get the
very best service. Hot or cold drinks
to suit your taste. The Court Phar
Mr. Charles Chandleir, a member
of the I. Epstein & Bros. Co., of Sa Savannah,
vannah, Savannah, was a week-end visitor in-
terviewing the company's represent
tative in this section, Mr. W. B. Gal Gal-lagher.
lagher. Gal-lagher. V--'-:-V 1 :
The Oklawaha Masons installed of
ficers Saturday night. D. D. Gl IV
Connor officiated, and there was a
large attendance. There was also a
well attended installation at Friend Friendship
ship Friendship lodge of Martel week before
last. The Masons hold their own in
the steady advance of fraternity.
Mr. F. H. Fluck; wife and daugh
ter and Mr. Roth, wife and daughter,
of Quakersburg, Pa., arrived last
week. Mr. Fluck owns the old Thos.
J. Owen property, including several
Tesidences near the Catholic church.
He will have them all repaired, and
may build a winter residence for him
We make a specialty of the kind
and quality of service which all peo
ple want in everything they boy from
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf
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This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer, for the gov
Jan. 1 ....56
Jan 2 ....... ...60 31
Jan. 3 65 32
Jan. 4 65 51
Jan. 5 ........ 68 55
Jan. 6 .74 60
Jan. 7 : 69 56
Jan. 8 65 41
Jan. 9 ... ..'....64 46 ..
Jan 10 ...69 43
Rain tonight, colder northwest
portion; Tuesday local rains except
fair and colder north west portion.
VON DER TANN IS
PROBABLY YET AFLOAT
Rio Janeiro, Jan. 11. The Havas
agency has received no confirmation
of the reported naval battle between
the cruiser Invincible and the German
cruiser, von Tann off Rio Grande de
Norte. Naval officers here place lit
tle credence in the report.
A party of tourists stopping at the
Harrington Hall are Mr. and Mrs.
Gregory, the Messrs. Browning and
Mr. and Mrs. Davis, all of West Vir
ginia. A hey all expect to spend some
time in the state, most of their time
to be spent in and around Ocala. Mr.
Gregory brought his dogs with him
and expects to enjoy the splendid
hunting to be had at this season. The
Messrs. Browning are confirmed dis
ciples of "Old Isaak" and will con consume
sume consume the majority of their time fish fishing
ing fishing in the lakes and rivers of this
state, going down as far south as
Naples for deep sea 'fishing. Mr.
Gregory is from the PartridgerWood-
row Company's office at Huntington.
The Messrs. Browning are wealthy
coal operators near Huntington and
Mr. Davis is a large wholesale grocer
from the Huntingdon section. All
these people took the initial trip for
this season of the City of Ocala
down the Oklawaha Sunday
Yesterday afternoon, Westlake
Hollinrake met vwith a most painful
accident while riding his bicycle.
Just as he reached home the fork of
his bicycle broke and Westlake was
thrown on his head and knocked un unconscious.
conscious. unconscious. ., One toqth was knocked
out, one broken and another loosen
ed. His lip was cut and he was
otherwise badly bruised.'
Come in and see our lines of sta
tionery. We can satisfy you, both
as to quality and price. The Court
Pharmacy. ll-6t v
Mr. E. K. Nelson, the Tampa real
estate booster and naval stores man,
is in the city today on business benti,
Mr, Arthur M. Leavengood of
Stanton is in the city for a few days'
FINE FLORIDA SYRUP For
sale at $4 per case of 12 half-gallon
hermetrically sealed cans. E. C.
JORDAN & CO., W. Broadway. ll-3t
Mr. Geo. W. Scofield, state attor
nov fn-r thii''Trli5t.rift- t.p.r a 'hard
nev for this-istrict, fter a hard
week's work in the pircuit court, re returned
turned returned to Invents; tD spend Sunday
at home. Mr. Scofield is a shrewd
lawyer and-an industrious and zeal zealous
ous zealous official. He visted with the K.
of P.. Odd Fellows' and Woodmen
and aided in their work last week
Dr. Jlalter-Jftood-3ias"l)een elect elected
ed elected county physician by the board of
The Women's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Union will celebrate January
14 as National Constitutional Prohi Prohibition
bition Prohibition day. Services will be held at
the Baptist church both afternoon
and evening beginning at two-thirty
and seven-thirty. Interesting pro programs
grams programs will be rendered at both meet meetings
ings meetings and a cordial invitation is ex extended
tended extended the public to attend.
Eat Carter's Bread; baked with
steam and thoroughly sanitary sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. 5-tf
SOMETHING DOING IN
Elaborate preparations are being
made by the Qcala section of Moa Moa-harrum
harrum Moa-harrum Temple, No. 119, Dramatic
Order Knights of Khorassan, for the
dramatic festival to be held in this
city, Friday evening of this week,
and a very large class of candidates
is being rounded up to receive the
imperial degrees on this unusually
1 brilliant occasion.
j The Ocala section of Moaharrum
I TTYm1f i
Knights: Charles Goddard, J. R.
Dunn, E. L. Stapp, J. A. Wiggins, P.
H. Perkins, W. V. Wheeler, E. M.
Williams, Marcus Frank, H. M.
Hampton, D. W. Davis, E. T. Spencer,
D. T. Jeff coat, H. B. Baxter, Joseph
W. Lamar, J. C. Purvis, R. E. Koonce,
Sidney Haile, M. L. Reynolds, Dr. D.
R. Handley and Charles N. Hampton.
Among the .first things to be done
Friday evening will be the exaltation
of Charles Goddard to the position
of mahedi of Moharrum Temple No.
119, he having received a unanimous
election to that office at a meeting
held in Jacksonville on the 11th of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Henrjf Smith, the young white
man who was tried in the circuit
court Saturday, on a horse stealing
charge, was found guilty at Satur Saturday
day Saturday night's session of the court.-Sentence
had not yet been passed on him.
The jury for this week is compos composed
ed composed of 'Messrs. J. R. White, E. T. Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, J. S. Williams, J. A. Tyner, J. S.
Pedrick, A. G. Young, Giles U. Mar Mar-cum,
cum, Mar-cum, J.' D. Hicks, J. J. Guthrie, H. H.
Swearingen, Bob Shaw, P. T. Gilvey,
S. H. Martin, L. H.- Snowden, W. C.
Teuton, M. F. Dodson, M. D. Watson,
W. W. Leak.
An appeal 'case is being heard this
afternoon. Percy Ruth, who was
convicted of carrying concealed weap weapons
ons weapons in Justice Ferguson's court some
months ago, appealed the case to the
circuit courts Mr. HayniondB. Bul Bullock
lock Bullock is Ruth's attorney. The jury in
the case is composed of J. R. White,
J. S. Williams, j; S. Pedrick, Giles U.
Marcum, A. G. Young, J. D. Hicks.
The following cases have been set
for trial in the circuit court this
I J. C. Boozer vs. F. P. Gadson and
George Giles, assumpsit.
Rheinauer & Co., vs. C. A. Liddon,
Martha Smith et al, .vs. J. R. Black Black-iston,
iston, Black-iston, ejectment.
.Robert Crafts vs. Solomon Lewis,
People's National Bank of Orlando
vs. M. E. Robinson, assumpsit.
Charles Blum & Co. vs. J. S. Ped Pedrick,
rick, Pedrick, assumpsit.
Barrett Varnish Co. vs. D. G. Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, assumpsit.
Thomas Needham vs. J. C. Howell,
Hampton & Long vs. Munroe et al,
George B. Davis, Sr., vs. Ed. T.
BEGINNING THE SEASON
FOR THE HART LINE BOATS
The Hart Line opens its season to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow with the arrival at Silver
Sorinsrs of one of its boats. Both
he okahumpkee and Hiawatha will
V 1: n. :
be on this season. It requires a day
and night for the boats to come up
from Palatka, but the return trip is
made a little quicker. The report
that this line is to have an all day daylight
light daylight 'service seems-to be unfounded.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L.- depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
DANGERS OF A COLD
Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the colds them themselves
selves themselves that you need to fear, but the
serious diseases that they so often
lead to. For that reason every cold
should be gotten rid of with the least
possible delay. To accomplish this you
will find Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy of great help to you. It loosens a
cold, relieves the lungs, aids expec expectoration
toration expectoration and enables the system to
throw off the cold. For sale by all
AN OLD DRUG
BRAND NEW DRUGS
Now that I have purchased the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store, I
have determined to make the PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT the
best in the territory. All the old drugs used in this department have
been destroyed and replaced with brand new ones, so that when a
prescription is sent here you may know that only fresh drugs are
being used in filling it. This feature, as you will find by consult consulting
ing consulting your physician, is well worthy of your consideration when you
have prescriptions to be filled. The prices will always be t maintained
at a rate allowing only a legitimate profit. A complete list of
TOILET ARTICLES and PATENT MEDICINES.
You'll Like Our Soda Fountain Service
; Anitl-Moiiopoly Store '.
J. G. Parrlsh, Pli. G., Prop.
DASHED TO HIS DEATH
Philadelphia Aeronaut Killed at the
Jacksonville Ostrich Farm
Jacksonville, Jan. -11. In the pres presence
ence presence of several thousand persons,
George Taylor, of Philadelphia, was
dashed to death, near the Florida Os Ostrich
trich Ostrich Farm, yesterday afternoon; when
the parachute failed to work, as he
made his leap from a big balloon
whih is a Sunday feature at the
His body struck earth in Ever Evergreen
green Evergreen Cemetery, just 100 feet from
the point where, two years ago, al almost
most almost to the day, Richard Frayne was
dashed to death in the same manner.
ALABAMA AND ARKANSAS
Seem Likely to Join the Column of
Montgomery, Jan, 11.- The prohi prohibitionists
bitionists prohibitionists will control the Alabama
legislature-and this will will pass a
state-wide prohibition bill. Saloons
licensed to run in the larger cities for
four years will be closed. Probably
six months will be allowed for them
to close up business.
Little Rock, Jan. 11. The prohi prohibitionists
bitionists prohibitionists in the Arkansas legislature
are claiming a victory as the result
of a caucus this morning in which
a prohibitionist was elected president
of the senate. In the house the
contest is close.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish in this public manner to
express our sincere thanks and ap appreciation
preciation appreciation for the many donations
contributed for the relief of the poor
during the holidays.
Mrs. M. M. Little, state Epworth
League organizer, went to Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Sunday afternoon to assist in
the ; organization of an Epworth
League at that place. There was a
goodly number of young folks pres present
ent present and the following were elected:
Mr. A. B. Lawton, "president; Miss
Hazel Seymour, vice president; Mrs.
A. B. Lawton, secretary; Mr. M. J.
Timmons, treasurer; Mrs. C. P. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, corresponding secretary. This
organization ,will meet Tuesday eve evening
ning evening to elect the remaining five offi officers
cers officers and be in readiness for the in installation
stallation installation service next Sabbath. The
outlook for an effective Epworth
League at Summerfield is very hope hopeful,
ful, hopeful, i
The Golden Rule Circle of the
King's Daughters will hold a social
on Thursday night January 14, at the
residence of Mr. W. A. Robertson in
North Ocala. Doors open at 7 p. m.
Admission 10 cents, for all. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments free. The proceeds of the so social
cial social will go to the North Ocala Un Union
ion Union church. Come one, come ail and
help a good work and enjoy a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant evening.
Kind and Generous.
"Are you kind and generous toward
your neighbors V asked the uplifter.
"I should say I am," replied Mr. Cross Cross-lots.
lots. Cross-lots. 'Tet 'env listen- to my phono phonograph
graph phonograph every evening and never charge
'em a cent."
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Sale, For Rent and Sim Sim-.
. Sim-. Mar Local Needs.
FOR RENT Eight room house on
Oklawaha Avenue, fitted through throughout
out throughout for gas, electricity, hot and
i cold water and other modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Posession February 5th.
Apply to Mrs. Edw. Badger, C01
Oklawaha avenue. 9-Ct
LOST A baby's gold bracelet. Suit Suitable
able Suitable reward if returned to Mrs.
W. S. Hilands, Bell Flat, Fort
King, Ave. 9-lt
FOR SALE Second hand bicycle.
Apply to John F. Robbinson,
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also or light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
WANTED Position. Reliable young
man of 28, experienced in (both
salesmanship and office work, de desires
sires desires a position of some kind at
. once. Best of references. Address
Care Box 315. 2-Gt
connecting, rooms; hall, piazza;
electric lights and water; large
yard; in best neighborhood. Apply
S. S. Savage, Jr., phone 125. 2-12t
FOR SALE Small three-burner gas
cook stove and oven. In excellent
condition and cheap for cash. Apply
at this office. 2-12t
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
HydeCrystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR SALE One $60 rotary White
sewing machine, one $59 Singer
sewing machine, sitghtly used, at
half price; E. C. Jordan &, Co. 9-tf
FOUND Plain gold scarf pin near
primary school building. J. McL.
Thomas, 303 North Orange St. 9-6 1
WANTED To farm of shares or for
wages by a reliable man; can fur furnish
nish furnish good references; married and
not afraid of work. Address,
George Boatwright, Ocala. 8-td
, FOR SALE, CHEAP Two-story res
idence, furnished or unfurnished;
' eight rooms, recently renovated
outside and inside: cood neighbor
hood; paved street; shade and
fruit trees; servant house, garden
and chicken yrd; cistern, well and
city water. Bargain price. Apply
to 416 Lime street. 11-lm ?
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