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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OGALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915

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KEEPING UP A VIGOROUS OFFENSIVE

1 Paris, Jan. 25.-r-The Germans are ex expected
pected expected to try hard to give the Kaiser a
victory this week for a birthday present.
Heavy German concentrations for the
last three" days are reported in West
Flanders and along the German center.
It is reported that the French have
evacuated;: St. Qeorge, south of Nieuport
as a result of floods and German bom7
bardment. The French village of La La-boisselle
boisselle La-boisselle has been destroyed by German
guns. i
, The battle around Hartmansweiler-
kopb continues, witli the French on the
offensive. The French are bombarding
German positions on the heights north northeast
east northeast of Soissons.
Beat
Paris, Jan; 25, 4 P. M. The German
bridges across the Meuse at St. Mihiel
have been destroyed by the French ar artillery.
tillery. artillery. Other minor successes are re reported
ported reported for the French, including victory
in a fight for trenches near Berry Aubac
destruction, of German earthworks in
Champagne and slight progress east of

St. Georges. Thick fog prevents in the!

Vosges and Alsace.

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Washington, Jan. 25th The
German Ambassador in a, note to
the State Department charges a
breach of neutrality by the Cur
tiss works at Hammondsport, New
York selling hydro-aeroplanes to
England.

TRYING TO

TAKE TAIIW

Vienna, Jan. 25th. -A fierce
fight for the Galician city ot Tar.
now is raging today. The Aiis Aiis-triane
triane Aiis-triane made some gains' Sunday.

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;'v Washington, Jan. 25th. Coun.
sel for Leo Frank today in the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court moved to have the
case advanced for early argument.
It will probably be heard the first
week in March.

BRITISH SNIPS 0UTBEREO THEIR OPPONENTS DOT WERE
. VEILED TO DISCONTINUE HIE BATTLE
Berlin, Jan. 25 The German Admiralty admitted today
the armored cruiser Blucher was sunk iri a naval battle
between British and German fleets in theNorth Sea, but
also announced a British cruiser sunk.
The battle was seventy miles west of Heligoland. The
Germans were outnumbered by the British but the latter
discontinued the battle after three hours fighting. All
German ships except the Blucher returned to the harbor.
The German fleet consisted of four armored cruisers,
four small cruisers and two torpedo boats. The British
had five battle cruisers, several small cruisers and twenty
six torpedo boat destroyers.
Berlin, Jan. 25th.--An official report this afternoon ad admits
mits admits that the French; have captured a trench from the
Germans southwest of Berry Aubac, but states that all
French attacks on Hartman and Sweilerkopf have been'
repulsed. It reports some German successes in the East-

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Washington, Jan. 25. Ocean freights have been arbi arbitrarily
trarily arbitrarily increased to unparalled height without regard to
interest of American trade. Some lines of business have
shut down as a result of exhorbitant rates. If common
carriers on land practiced such discrimination -against
shippers and such arbitrary, methods they would be sub-
ject to criminal prosecution. These charges were made'
in a bittter indictment against foreign steamship owners;
filed with the Senate today by Secretary of the Treasury
McAdoo and Secretary of Commerce Redfield. A strong
plea was made,for the ship purchase bill. Cotton freights
have been increased over 1000 per cent., grain 900 and
rates still rising. They will be limited only by the greed
of the steamship owners and "what? traffic is able to stand

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may be to suit. Let us show you that we can make you as good suit as you can buy anywhere, and at less money. And we make
them right here where you can try them on while they're being made up. Every garment is measured, cut and tailored right in
our own shops by an experienced tailor, and it's ours until you're satisfied. Give us a trial.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915

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By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor

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and at the prevailing rate of inter-:

rttrat. PRFTIIT RIM, i est on farm loans. i

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Strongly Set Forth by the Ex-Presi- 7184, and believe it is not over es-j

timating its importance to say it;

1 means more to agriculture, more to

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(Special to the Star)

Washington, Jan. 24. As

dence of the interest taken in the

subject of rural credits by leading
men all over the country, the fol following
lowing following letter from former president,

W. C. Brown, of the New York Cen

tral Lines, is most enlightening.

The letter speakes for itself in

stentorian tones, showing how a man

who has been and is inured to the "life

of the farm regards the Fletcher ru rural
ral rural credits measure as an instrument

for the betterment of agricultural con

ditions.

Mr. Brown was at the forefront of

the industrial life of the United States

for a great number of years and his

experience, and observation has been

such as to commend his judgement on

economic matters to the considera

tion of all thoughtful men..

As will be seen from his letter,

the former president of the New York

Central Lines is now devoting his

time largely to the work of general

agricultural improvement.

Senator Fletcher, the pioneer and

leading advocate of rural credits in

this country, is in receipt of many
letters from prominent persons all ov

er the United States and Canada urg urging
ing urging the need of rural credits legisla

tion and approving his bill, now being

considered before the Senate Banking
and Currency Committee.

Chicago, Illinois, Jan. 15, 1915.

Hon. D. U. Fletcher, United States

Senate Washington, D. C.
Mv dear Senator: I am obliged to

you for sending me qopy of Senate
file. No. 7184, which has just reach

ed me.

By way of introduction, may I be

sixteen I worked on a farm.

permitted to say that up to the age of

The summer I was sixteen years of

age I -began to work with a shovel on

r section of the railroad, and have

filled practically every intermediate

5 position to that of president of the
I New York Central System of railroad,
! embracing some twelve thousand
; miles of track.
! During the last three years of my

railroad work, I devoted much time

and thought to improved agriculture
in the territory traversed by the New

York Central Lines, and especially in

New York State, where farms were
badlv run down, land impoverished,

and in many cases farms which had

been highly cultivated, and profitable,

were practically abandoned.

In the prosecution of this work a

farm or. agricultural bureau was or-

ganized, experts on seed selection,

fertilization and cultivation were em

ployed. Two run down worn out

farms were purchased, and a cam

paign of education and helpful co

operation with the farmers, granges,

farmer's institutes, and the agricul

tural department of the state were in

stituted. I

On January 1st, 1914, after almost

forty-five years of continuous rail

road service, I resigned my position,

leaving the agricultural improvement

work, which was inaugurated and

carried on by, and at the expense of

the railroad, in the hands of my suc

cessor.

Since retiring from active service,

I have devoted my time largely to

the work of general agricultural im

provement.

I have several farms in the state

of Iowa in the operation of which I

am trying, to avail myself of the most

modern methods, and in addresses be

fore various meetings, and associa

tions of farmers, I am urging the

adoption of such advanced methods.

From my own experience and ob

servation, however, I am constrained

to believe we are nearing the limit of

practical benefit from preaching bet

ter farming, improved methods, and

greater production per acre, unless we

provide, in some way, the machinery

by which the money absolutely nec

essary to make these improved meth

ods effective, can be secured on terms

which the average farmer can afford

to accept.

s.f,a pm Ar. .St Louis .Lv 2:15 PM I know beyond the shadow of doubt

.Solid train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullman Cars I that the average production per acre

and Coaches between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman Sleep- of the farms of the country can be

careful intelligent farmer in the coun country
try country knows, that this great and im important
portant important result cannot, and will not
be accomplished with capital borrow borrowed
ed borrowed on from three to five years time,

PHONE 108.

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the farmers of the nation than all 1
the legislation that has been enacted!

in their behalf since the organiza organization
tion organization of the government.
I assume that it is not probable
that action can be had on. this meas measure
ure measure during the present session, of
Congress, the time available will hard

ly admit of the full consideration

which the importance of the subject
demands.

I am glad, however, that the bill

has been introduced between; this
time and the convening of Congress

next December the bill will be studied
ami discussed by farmers, bankers,
and its significance and value will be

better understood and more fully ap

preciated.
In my opinion the enactment of this
measure will, in its effect upon the
prosperity of the country as a whole,
and especially upon the advancement
and prosperity of agriculture, prove
to be the crowning acbievement of
this administration, and failure to do
everything in the -power of the presi president
dent president to secure its enactment would
be a serious mistake.
Many schemes for the establish establishment
ment establishment of rural credits associations are
being exploited. I have two or three
on my desk, the latest being the

"American Rural Credits Association"
with headquarters at Omaha, Neb.

It seems to me these private or

semi-private propositions are mistakes j

in this line. Federal incorporation
and inspection seem to me to be fun fundamental
damental fundamental requirements in order to
safe guard the affairs of such banks,
and to. give confidence to the people
who will patronize them.
This is especially necessary in or order
der order to sell the bonds on the best pos

sible terms.

I have written you at ereat lensrth

because I am deeply interested in the

subject, and have made it a study for

sometime.

I want to see as many as possible

of the great army of tenant farmers

of the country become land owners
and home owners, instead of renters.

I have no selfish interest of any

kind in the matter. There is no office

or position, appointive, or elective, to

which I aspire, or which I would ac

cept, but I shall be very glad to have
you regard me as at your service at

any time or place, if I can be help

ful in furthering the passage of the
bill.

With assurances of my high regard
and thanking you for the additional
copies of the bill, just received, I beg
to remain,
Yours respetf ully,
(Singed) W. C. Brown.

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DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

By local applications, as they cannot

reach the diseased portion oi tne ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deaf-T1P.RS.
T1P.RS. deaf-T1P.RS. and that is bv constitutional

remedies. Deafness is caused by an

inflamed condition of the mucous lin lining
ing lining of the austachian tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deafness

is the result, and unless tnis tuoe De
rpstnred 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

faces. We will give one nundred dol

lars for any case of 'deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by

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The "Earnest Workers" of the

Methodist Sunday school will give a
series of silver teas at the residence
of. their teacher, Mrs. J. M. Gross.
The first one will be a valentine tea
given on the afternoon and evening
of Friday, Feb. 12. The public is
cordially invited to attend.

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such QscarotIicr2
salt of extraordinary care
& watchf alnes&ln the pur purchase
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The workmanship also
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end the same unremitting
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and better times are
coming in spite of the
war. -rri'
Again we would urge
you to make some ob observations
servations observations of your own
. long-distance observations.

If you want to make a
substantial investment
in real estate, do not de delay,
lay, delay, v
Better times will bring
better pricVs, and some
properties now on the
market will be taken off.
LOUIS R. CHAZ4L
& SOWS CO.
' V : 'REAL; ESTATE

HEASOUS FOR

1-REMOVAL

Governor Trammell gives to the Mi Miami
ami Miami Herald the following as his reas-

f or not removing the managers

Holder Building
Telephone 228

P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.

Splendid Farm
For Sale

x Very cheap for cash or can
) make favorable terms or will
trade for city property. See
or write J H. BRINSON,
-Vy. OWNER
At the Courthouse, Ocala. Florida.

SHERIFF'S SALE

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of the state reform school at Mari
anna, at which place eight lives were

lost, a few weeks ago, in a fire that

I destroyed one of the buildings.. The

Herald says:
"Substantially, it was that the close
investigation that he made himself
had showed him that the managers of
the institution were at all responsible
for the accident, and that the grand
jury presentment instead of confining
itself to incidents immediately related
to the accident had gone into ancient
history, incidents of which occurred

years before the present board of
managers was appointed. In selecting
the board the governor stated that
he had tried to secure men who had

had some experience in the handling

and education of boys, and who would

take a personal and intimate interest
in the work. That he had succeeded

in a very large measure, was shown

by the "fact that immediate improve improvement
ment improvement was shown by the inmates,
which was further evinced by the in increased
creased increased numbers that were sent to the
institution because committing magis magistrates
trates magistrates had come to believe that the
school was a good place for erring

boys, and commitments largely in increased.
creased. increased. This in turn, had its effect
in making the work of the school
harder, for the appropriation made by
the legislature had to be spread over
a larger number of boys, in fact
double the number that were being
cared for when the governor took his

office

directly in charge of the institution
was certainly responsible. The gov governor
ernor governor may not consider that such a
state of affairs in a state institution
calls for action on his part; but the
Tribune is inclined to the belief that
he will find few Floridians who agree
with him in this position. At any
rate, it is somebody's duty to see that

such carelessness is not repeated and!

that the institution be so managed in

) future that, in case of fire, inmates

may have at least a fighting chance
for their lives."

TIME TO ACT

Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of
Kidney Hlness Profit by Ocala
People's Experiences

Occasional attacks of backache, ir irregular
regular irregular urination, headaches and
dizzy spells are frequent symptoms
of kidney disorders. Its an error to
neglect these ills. The attacks may
pass off for a time but generally re return,
turn, return, with greater intensity. Don't
delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's
Kidney Frills, and keep up their use
until the desired results are obtain obtained.
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effectiveness of this great kidney
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Kidney mils rare 'a gooa remeay ior
kidney and ibladder trouble. I have
used 'them on different occasions for
these ailments and have had imme immediate
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opportunity of endorsing such a
good remedy as Doan's Kidney

Pills."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply' ask for a kidney ...remedy

get Doan's Kidney Pillsthe same
that Mrs. Smith had. Foster-Mllburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.

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With steel bottoms and steel beams
AMERICAN STEEL WIRE FENCING
I. H. C. GASOLINE AND OIL ENGINES
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IRON PIPE, 1-8 TO 10 INCHES
Valves and fittings to match

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Father of Income Tax.
Britain's income tax, which the
prime minister thinks should bs re revised,
vised, revised, was first imposed in January,

17QQ WHifl Inorcninua finonn.t. 13! if

It is now necessary to care for, u va3 SUDmitted to by indignant

Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of an execution issued
out of and under the seal of the cir circuit
cuit circuit court of Marion county, Florida,
in that certain cause therein pending
in which The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank of Ocala, a corporation-is
nlaintiff. and .C. R. -Kreger is

defendant, of date January 22nd,
1915, I have levied upon and will sell,
at public outcry, to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the west door
of the Marion county court house, in
Ocala, Florida, on
Thursday, the 4th day of February,
. :i9i5,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m., the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit: v
The stock of goods of C. R. Kreger,
located in The Munroe & Chambliss

National Bank building, in Ocala,
Florida, consisting of one lot cigars,
one lot smoking tobacco, one lot chew chewing
ing chewing tobacco, one lot cigarettes, one lot
cigarette papers, one lot corn cob
pipes, one lot briar pipes, one cigar
lighter, one cigar showcase, two dis display
play display racks, one small alligator skin,
one lot boxes writing, paper and en-
' velopes, one lot sanitary drinking
cups in cases, one lot s corresponding
.cards, one lot fishing tackles, seines,
nets, etc., one lot pocket books, one
lot silver mesh bags, one lot playing
cards, one lot sofa cushions one lot
pennants, one lot alligator hand bags,

one lot iancy scissors, one lot ue
racks, one pair scales, one lot pen
points, four show cases, one candy re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator case, one lot school sup supplies,
plies, supplies, one lot ink and inkstands, one
lot fishing rods, one lot paper, one lot
nencils. one lot penholders, one lot

. writing tablets, one lot novels, one Jot
crepe paper, one lot toilet articles, one
. lot miscellaneous articles, one lot
candy in jars, one lot candy in boxes,
one lot fountain pens and show cases,
one large alligator skin, one lot brass
smoking stands, one postcard rack,
one lot postcards, three showcase
tables, glass top, three tables enamel
tops, 24 chairs, one small table and
four chairs, one safe, one dynamo
mixer, one desk, flat top, one ice
cream freezer, one small two-burner
gas stove, one table, eight cans cream,
one lot canned fruit, one lot jugs and
bottles, one lot small stools, one lot
chairs, one lot toys, one lot sanitary
. paper cups one set wall cases, two

brass jardiniers, three paper rollers

and three rolls paper, one lot racks
and all other goods, fixtures, etc, in

said store.

Sold to satisfy said execution and

costs. JOHN P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
HOCKER & MARTIN,
Plaintiff's Attorneys. 23-tf dly

Richness of Life.
In our friends the richness of life Is
proved to us by what we have gained;
in the face3 in the street the rich richness
ness richness of life is proved to U3 by a hint
of what we have lost. Browning.

clothe, feed and educate a boy at the

institution for. something less than one
fiundred dollars a year to keep with within
in within the appropriation.
"Finding that the board of manag managers
ers managers had done as well as anybody could
.and in the opinion of the governor,
even better, the governor did not and
does "not feel .justified in removing

those officers. If he did, so he stated,

he would not know where to look
for men who could well take their
places.
"Summing it up, in a brief way, the
governor is convinced that the acci accident
dent accident was unavoidable: that every ef-

fort was : made to save the boys who
were lost, by the eight or ten attend attendants
ants attendants present; that it was the merest
accident that prevented the saving of

all df them,' and that those in imme immediate
diate immediate charge, were, not neglectful of
their duties."
Comfortable Conclusion
In reply to this, the Tampa Times
says: .
"The governor has arrived at a very

comfortable conclusionfor the board
and the governor. It is rather sur surprising,
prising, surprising, however that the governor
has come to the conclusion that only
one boarc of managers could be select selected
ed selected out of the citizenship of this great
state. .
The grand jury was very specific in
its charge that the board did not
supervise closely the work done by
its employes at the institution. It

charged specifically that there was

gross mismanagement, not nve or
ten years ago, but right up to the
time of the holocaust.

"And heaven knows the fact that

there were locked doors leading to the

fire escapes and no one there to un

lock them, and that the key could
not be ) located, is sufficient proof of
gross mismanagement and criminal

carelessness.

The governor ,has made a mis

take."-. :

Tribune is Also Discontented
The Tampa Tribune also seems to

think the governor's explanation is

inadequate. It says:
"The governor's investigation must
have disclosed to him the fact, which
was printed in the newspaper ac accounts
counts accounts of the fire at the time and aft afterwards
erwards afterwards brought out forcibly in the
Jackson county's grand jury report,
that the loss of life in the fire was
due to the fire escapes being barred,
so that they could not be reached by

nation, who get rid of the abomina abomination,
tion, abomination, in three cear3. But Napoleon
could not he conquered without it,
and it made spre notiic entrances and
exits, until in 1812 it became a hardy
annual. Ireland managed to struggle
on without it Until 1557.

IU. Ilev. Abbott Charles, Pres. ... Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

to Leo CoHeff

Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889
i CLASSICAL AND GOMMEOCI At COURSES
$225 FOR TEH SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1914
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA

COUGH MEDICINE

FOR CHILDREN

Never give a child cough medicine
that contains opium in any form.
When opium is given other and more
serious diseases may follow. Long ex experience
perience experience has demonstrated that there
is no better or safer medicine for
coughs, colds and croup in children
than Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy.
It is equally valuable for adults.-Try
it. It contains no opium or. other
harmful drug. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. 1 adv

TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINT3IEXTS
I will be at the following precincts
to receive tax15 returns for 1915:
" i January

-'Mart el, 25th, a. m.
Cotton Plant, 25th, p. m.
-Heidtville, 26th, 10 a. m.

Dunnellon, 27th.
-Romeo, 28th, 10 a.

m. to

to

2 P

to 3

No. 30
No. 4 4-No.
No. 4-No. 6 6-2
2 6-2 p. m.
No. 24
No. 5-

No. 20 Blitchton, 29th, 10 a. m.
p. m.
February, 1915
No. 29 Kendrick, 3rd, a. m.
No. 18 Martin, 3rd, p. an.
No. 18 Lowell, 4th, a. xn. t
No. 2 Reddick, 4th, p. m.
No. 31 Fairfield, 5th, a. m.
No. 3 Flemlngton, 5th, p. m.
No. 32 Central, 6th, a. un.
No. 32 Geler, 6th, p. m.
No. 22 'Mcintosh, 8th,' 9 a. m.

p. m.
No. 7 Shady. 9th. p. m.

No. 21 Santos, 16th, 8 to 9 a. m.
No. 21- Belleview, 10th, 10 a. m.

3 p. m.
No. 23 Pedro, 11th, a. m.
No. 28 Levon, 11th, p., m.
No. 8 Summerfield, 12th, a. m.
No. 25 Candler, 13th, a. m.
No. 9 Okla.waha, 13th, p. m.
No. 19 E&stlake, 15th, a. m.
No. 19 Weirsdale, 15th, p. m.
No. 10 Moss Bluff, 16th, a. m.
No. 10 Electra, 16th, p. m.
No. 11 Lynne, 17th, 8 to 10 a. m.
No. 11 Graahnrville, 17th, 11 a. m
to 1 p. m.
No. 11 Connor. 17th. 1 to 4 d. m.

WATSON WATERMELON SEED
Carefully Selected from Fully Matured and
Ripe Melons.
Acclimated Seed, and None Better
Can Be Had
. .
Write for Prices
":3o Mo MeSSeM
OCALA, FLA. Y

to 2

to

No. 12 ChurchSU. 18 th. 11 a. in. to 2

p. m.
No. 27 Eureka, 19th, a. m.
No. 13 'Fort McCoy, 19th, p.m.
No. 13 Bufbank, 20th, a. :m.

No. 14 Orange Springs, 20th, p
No. 17 Anthony, 22nd, a. m.
No. 26 Sparr, 22nd, p. m.
No. 13 s-Pine, 23rd, a. in.
No. 16 Citra, 23rd, p. m.
No-. 15 Linadale, 25th, 11 a. m.

p. m.
No. 1-7-Ocala, all of March.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by the first day of April. After
that date the books are typewritten,
and it Is lirapossible to make changes.
ALFRED AYER,
1-22-tf w Assessor.

m.

to 2

Cars

ror-

A Great Big Baraiii In Mojiiieil Eioaclsfers
One Model "Q" 22 Horse, Perfect Condition, New
Tires and Tubes and recently overhauled.
One Model 1913, 25 Horse Power, New Tires and
Tubes.
Neither has been driven 10,000 miles.
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Greek Painters.
There were several great painter?
In ancient Greece and it is rather dif difficult
ficult difficult to say which was the "greatest."
It is possihle the honor might go to
Apelles, 332 B. C.

Ancients Knew Quicksilver.
The discovery in an Austrian ceme cemetery
tery cemetery of glass mirrors dating from the

second or third century upset the

the inmates, and that the keys to the theory that the ancients depended on

fire escape doors were locked in the
office, in other words, concealed where
no one could get to them in case of
emergency. Surely, somebody was to
blame for them, was responsible for
the loss of life which attended the
fire. The board of managers, of

course, could not be held directly ac-

polished metal to see themselvep

Daily Thought.
Under all speech that is good for
anything there lies a silence that Is
better. Scott.

Pillans Famous Florida syrup in

countable for this; but whoever was bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf

Remembered Prohibition.
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 reused
long enough to say : "I'se yest gettin'
qualnted wif monkey, not man's."

Polite Music Teacher.
"How do you like your new musio
master?" "He Is a very nice, peine
young man. When I made a mistake
yesterday he said: 'Pray, madamoi madamoi-selle,
selle, madamoi-selle, why do you take so much pains
to improve upon Beethoven?" Le Fi Figaro.
garo. Figaro.
Did You Know That
Frogs legs are useful to men for
eating purposes, but more useful to
the frog for Jumping purposes?



FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Owing to the motor that
runs our linotype breaking
down, the Star is delayed
today, and has to leave out
all news except telegraph
that was not set before
ten o'clock this morning.
t
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B'. fi. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven good, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin,' Editor
Entered at Or'a, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
MARION COUNTY I
FLO R I D A
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

' (Domestic)
, One year, m advance. $5.00
Six: months, in advance. ... 2.50
Ttireo months, in advance... 1.25
Oc month, in advance. . . .50
Even as well informed a newspaper
as the New York Herald shares in
the popular belief that witches were
burned in New England.
Every time a flock of geese passes
over Great Britain at night now, ev every
ery every Englishman who hasn't a sky sky-raking:
raking: sky-raking: cannon hunts-the cyclone cel cellar.
lar. cellar. -'.':
The legislator who introduced a bill
to tax bachelors is not the biggest
fool in the world. One has been found
in a western state who has framed a
law to prohibit hip pockets in men's
trousers.':
"Willis Lowell acknowledged a visit
from George Ade, the humorist, re remarking
marking remarking the while that "all us hu humorists
morists humorists must stick together." Now
we should like to know if this is an
admission, a confession or a boast.
We "are bound to testify in confirma confirmation
tion confirmation of whatever it happens to be
that Powell has that sad and care care-worn
worn care-worn look that most humorists carry
about with them. -Orlando Reporter Reporter-Stan
Stan Reporter-Stan :
Last time we saw him, he looked
not only sad but despairing.' It was
iTnidnight, all the saloons were shut
u 1 a 1 il a
.moter were worKing on tne last pint
lie had left.
.TTurrv Thw rArpivAfl nnit.f an ova.
'Uon when he arrived in New York.
2tfo doubt but that he is more popular
than his prosecutor, Jerome. The
state of New York is disgracing itself
by its persecution of .this man, who
ihas been acquitted of the criminal
-charge against him, and has proven in
the last two years that he is as sane
-as the average citizen. Judging from
the tone of some of the newspapers
-that denounce him, his imprisonment
3s mostly due to a desire on the part
of certain New York officials to prove
that a rich man can't buy justice in
the courts of their state. If they
would devote the same amount of ef effort
fort effort to securing justice for poor men,
the public would be better served.
From an esteemed afternoon con-
temporary: "Harold Lee Judd, 2nd,
-one of the wealthiest men in New
. Britain, Conn., where he is prominent
socially, will be married on January
30, at Minneapolis, to Mrs. Charles
L Gates, who died not long ago of a
'gunshot wound received while hunt-
N ing." Columbia State.
Probably the result of a diabolical
collaboration between the linotype
operator and the proof reader Often,
in a hasty glance over the proof we
find "Mrs. So-and-so went to the lake
this afternoon to pass Sunday with
Ins wife," or some similar item ; and
the deuce of it is, that hasty glance
sometimes glances off.
A paper entitled "Filthy Paper
Money" by F. J. Walter, M. D., of
Daytona, was published in the De December
cember December number : of the Journal of the
Florida Medical Association. All
that Dr. Walter says about the dan danger
ger danger of filthy paper money is doubt doubtless
less doubtless true, but there is a remedy. In
the treasury at Washington the gov government
ernment government operates several machines
for laundering paper money and no
banker or merchant in Washington
Trould think for a moment of handT
ing a customer a 'dirty -bill. In most
of the larger cities extremely filthy
paper money is the exception rather
than the rule. When the people de demand
mand demand clean money they will get it,
for then the banks will send it to
"Washington to be laundered or re replaced
placed replaced with new bills. Daytona
Journal.
The Star has never heard anybody
in Ocala make any howl about the
condition of money, tho it has often
Tieard people grumble at its scarcity.
However, the Ocala banks have a reg-

(Foreign)
One year- In advance.
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance,
One month, in advance .

$8.00
4.25
2.25
'.80
ular system of picking out dirty bills
and sending them to the treasury,
from which they are repjaced with
new or clean currency.
POWELL PERPETRATES POETRY
Powell ; "of the Clearwater Sun
emulates Walt Mason as follows:
Come all you folks from Illinois,
Ohio and New, York; from London
town and Paris, too, and those who
hail from Cork; let's sing a song of
live oak trees, or mocking birds and
honey bees, and scent the eprf ume in
the breeze in Sunny Florida.
Who wants to live in Iowa, Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin or Kentucky ? Where old Jack
Frost nips flowers and men and roads
are rough and mucky; let's sing a
song of sun and sky, where fleecy
clouds go floating by, and have our
fill of berry pie, in sunny Florida.
Who stays in towns like Kalamazoo,
and either melt or Shiver; or hug the
fire ki Davenport, beside a frozen
river? Come down and try the land
that's best, and make your home
where every test will prove, that .we
have the best in sunny Florida.
So pack .youry duds, where'er you
live from Washington to Maine, and
grab your grip and check your trunk
and get aboard the train; for though
you come in summer time,' you'll find
our climate sublime, and vow to live
back east's a crime, compared with
?iiTinv FinWrla ;
WILL THE WOMEN
ABOLISH WICKEDNESS?
It is popularly- supposed by the
most earnest advocates of equal
suffrage, that when the women are al-
lowcu vu VOW3 nat ine evils wmcn
mcu ate supposeu to ue principally
responsible fornamely, war,, drunk drunkenness,
enness, drunkenness, gambling, cigarette smoking,
cussing, etc., will be greatly reduced,
if not abolished. And it is natural to
suppose that, lhat being the case,
soldiers, barkeepers, gamblers, cig cigarette
arette cigarette smokers, and men of rude
speech and untidy appearance, will
not be eligible to office. A slight jar
to this theory is given by the follow following
ing following from the Daytona Journal:
The Women's Choice
Several days ago the Women's
Democratic Club ,of the second ward
of Chicago, 111., advertised in the
newspapers for an aldermanic candi candidate.
date. candidate. It was announced in the adver advertisement
tisement advertisement that to receive the indorse indorsement
ment indorsement of the club the. successful ap applicant
plicant applicant would have to be:
A clean, respectable citizen.
A possessor of horse sense, not
necessarily a college graduate.
A friend of woman suffrage.
An advocate of subways.
A voter for .bathing beaches and
play grounds.;
A leader, not a follower.
A man of constructive ability.
Six replies Were received. The
applicants were a machinist, a brok
-' "''ma
er. a clergyman, a manuiacturer, a
physician and ; a Saloonkeeper.
" The announcement of the lucky
candidate awarded the support of
the club through the unique competi competition
tion competition was made Friday night, and the
saloonkeeper won.
Judge Rhydon M. Call, United
States district court, southern dis district
trict district of Florida, has returned from a
week-end viist to his home in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Judge Call was accompanied
bv his private secretary, Mr. R. C.
Dowling.
Perhaps if American ammunition
and firearms factories can supply the
European belligerents with $1,194,510
worth of guns' and $1,231,235 worth
of cartridges in a month, they can
produce all the munitions of war our
own army will need when that "in
vasion" comes for which we are so
unprepared. New York World.
Let us hope so, anyhow.

A SUCCESSFUL INNOVATION

ttr
The innovation of employing a city
physician is succeeding admirably in
Ocala," says the Star. "The present
incumbent is most efficient and takes
great interest in his wprk arid the
principal of the primary school re reports
ports reports that the health of jher scholars
has never been so good." The idea
is new in some sections but once es established
tablished established the practice of having a
competent physician keep track of
conditions in the public schools will
never be abandoned. Of course the
doctor cannot prevent an occasional
case of-measles or mumps or whoop
ing cough appearing in school, hut
prompt recognition and attention pre prevent
vent prevent the spread, and where sometimes
in the past an outbreak of measles,
for instance, would 'mean the closing
of a school for weeks, now the quar quarantining
antining quarantining of a few children safeguards
the remainder and the' school goes on
as usual. Times-Union Short Talks.
MAY END IN SIX MONTHS
Speculating on what time the war
will end, the Toronto Mail and Empire
dopes out some of the probabilities as
follows:
The Last Man
In the Cologne Gazette a Professor
Perseval says that the allies should
remember that in the event of their
defeating Germany they would be un unable
able unable to collect any indemnity because
practically the last man and the last
German dollar would have been spent
! by that time. "Nations do not fight
literally to the last man or the last
dollar. The most heroic of them on-
ly continue to send men to the front
while there is apparently a hope left
of saving their country. They only
continue to spend money on the war
so long as it is .plain that money can
be SDent to some mirnose. When the
truth is forced home mum the Her-
mans that the sending of another man
to the front; will not prevent over
whelming defeat, they will stop, send-
mg men. in ouier woras, tne last man
and the last dpllar would have gone.
This stage will come probably while at
least half the men in Germany are
living; and while Germany in potential
resources is a wealthy nation. The
allies do not contemplate a time when
there will be no more Germans left.
They expect merely to see the day
when the hundreds of thousands, or
even millions, of Germans under arms
will refuse to continue the fight.
When that day will dawn is a mat
ter upon which expert opinions vary.
Some say it will occur in 1915,' some
in 1916. Kitchener is quoted as hav
ing stated that he did not know when
the war would end, but that he knew
when it would begin, namely in May.
An Italian is quoted as observing that
Italy would enter the war when Bri
tain did. He meant to say that when
Britain was ready for her great for
ward movement with a million men in
France 'and. Belgium, Italy would
throw in her armies, too. By holding
off until this new and final phase of
the war had been entered upon Italy
would save the lives of tens of thous
ands of her men, and would avoid i
war' expenditure of probably a couple
of million dollars a day for the next
four months. Her intervention would
be all the more effective because she
would be throwing in. her veteran
troops when they had only half -trained
enemies to encounter. -When the
Germans begin the final retreat, with
perhaps Italy and Roumania added to
their foes, with Russia pouring new
millions of men into Austria and East
Prussia, with Austria perhaps plead pleading
ing pleading for pace, with her colonies all
lost and her Turkish ally driven out
of Europe, the day would dawn for
the German people would be at hand.
All these, things are likely to occur
in the next six months.
When a person gets his mind set
on any particular thing, the devil and!
the blue sea cannot change him, and I
! he will not take the pains to truly en-
lighten himself. We are forced to;
say that the expert doctor who came'
here last Tuesday from Gainesville to j

We iire Selling Marion County
Products As Follows:

Hay
Corn
Lard
, Syrup
Honey
Butter
Pecans
Lemons
Oranges
Grapefruit
Fresh Meats
Cured Meats
ii
And All Other Products In

Grocery Line
CARN-THOM AS COMPANY

make a study of the hog disease, has
his mind set and its set on hog chol
era Many of our hog raisers know
it, and we also are sure that the dis
ease from which the hogs are dying is
not hog cholera, but a disease in
which a worm (not kidney worms)
causes the death of the hog. It is
impossible for any man to decide or
study a disease in an hour or a day;
there may be a few cases of cholera,
but the learned gentleman who was
here decided that the hogs were, af afflicted
flicted afflicted with i hog cholera. What should
be done is, that the state or the Unit United
ed United States department of agriculture
send a competent man here, and one
who will stay here long enough to
make a thorough study of this new
worm disease. Summerfield Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle. Well, now, what do you think about
that?
CONDUCTOR WOUNDED
BY A LAWLESS CfOON
Valdosta, Ga., Jan. 24. Conductor
M. M. Childs of the Georgia Southern
and Florida Railroad, who runs be between
tween between this city and Jacksonville, was
shot and seriously wounded yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon by a negro at Blanton,
Ga., a point a few miles out of Val Valdosta.
dosta. Valdosta. Conductor Childs was brought
to "this city immediately after the
shooting and hope is entertained for
his recovery.
As the train stopped at Blanton, a
lady prepared to leave the coach and
a burly negro was in the way. Mr.
Childs told the negro to step aside
and he was answered by an oath. A
word or two passed when the negro
drew his pistol and shot the conduc conductor
tor conductor twice, once through the mouth
and again through the body. The ne negro
gro negro ran before any one could reach
him.
Mr. J. H. Oliver of Manatee, who
passed through Ocala on the Seaboard
train yesterday, was a witness of this
shooting scrape, but was too far away
to help the conductor. He was post posting
ing posting the officers of all the towns he
passed through as to the appearance
of the negro.
ONLY ONE ENEMY
John Bull is the Special Aversion of
Germany
London, Jan. 26- Under the head heading,
ing, heading, "We have only one enemy," the
Hamburger Nachrichten, according to
Reuter's Amsterdam correspondent,
says:
"A striking proof of this phrase is
.to be found in the new prizes which
the official Reichs Anzeiger announces
have been set aside for special mili-
j tary achievements. Three, of the four
prizes are aimed against England and
consist of sums of money varying in
; value from $125 to $625.
"These amounts will be awarded
to the first soldier who steps upon the
soil of Great Britain as a combatant;

Eggs

Sausage
Kershaws
Tomatoes
Vegetables
- 4
' i,
Sauer Kraut -
Peanut Butter
Mulberry Juice
Sweet Potatoes x
Blackberry Juice
Canned Green Beans
Their Season. Also Complete
the crew of an airship which before
Dec. 31, 1915, accomplishes the first
flight to the English coast and drops
a bomb on English territory, and the
aviator who drops the first bomb on
Dover." r.
FORD AND GOMPERS DO NOT
BELIEVE IN PHILANTHROPY
They Denounce Public Charity and
Believe in Giving Men' Opportun Opportunity
ity Opportunity to Help Themselves,
New York, Jan. 24.Samuel Gom Gom-pers,
pers, Gom-pers, president of the. American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Labor, does not believe any
conclusion the Rockefeller Foundation
might reach as to individual condi conditions
tions conditions would carry conviction to work workers
ers workers or greatly influence employers of
labor. He said, so yesterday in testi-
trial relations inquiry into, the admin-
istration of the countrv's nhikn.
thropic foundations and the cause of
industrial unrest.
Mr. Gompers urged that immigra immigration
tion immigration be restricted. He said lie believ believed
ed believed the companies are working to together
gether together to combat any legislation to
restrict such legislation, .,
The witness thought wholesome in industrial
dustrial industrial unrest and healthy discon
tent had done much to better working
conditions. He entered a protest with
the commission against the use om
employers of detectives to spy on em employees
ployees employees and on labor leaders and or organizers.
ganizers. organizers.
George W. Perkins and Henry Ford,
of Detroit, millionaire manufacturers
of automobiles were heard next. Mr.
Perkins declared that what industrial
unrest if any could be blamed direct directly
ly directly on the new tariff law.
Mr. Ford said he would guarantee
to make a man of .every convict in
Sing Sing by giving him a decent liv living
ing living wage and comfortable surround surroundings.
ings. surroundings. Mere philanthrbphy is not suf sufficient
ficient sufficient he said. Mr. Ford gave figures
to show that since a minimum wage of
$5 a day and a profit sharing system
his employes had come to place their
wages in savings banks and that their
health improved. 'The interest of the
men in their work has become acute,
he said, that executives of the firm
had to hold the workers back.
REMONSTRANCE MADE
WITH ROUMANIA
Encouragement of Revolutionists and
Mobilization are Hostile Acts
London, Jan. 26. The Paris Temps
prints the following from Petrograd:
"Germany, in a note to Roumania,
declares that the measures undertak undertaken
en undertaken by the latter country, which are
tantamount to mobilization orders,
and its encouragement of a revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary propaganda in Transylvania,
are hostile acts."
Our hot chocolates are the best
made. Try one. The Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 22-6t



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915

FIV&

1

1 1 ywyMztty& RECRUITING IS NOT RAPID
r x : i

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS ferrrl
fVvwHX ;-X-::kc--::-:-:-:-:-:-:- 5 Exaggerated j

T ,fti- Woa nrtv itiSTna fnr this dpnnrtmAnt rnll 'nhonft 10fi London. Jan. 24. Ud to the pres-i

y j ent time one of the toughest nuts that j
! the war office has had to crack is the:

being one of the most popular visitors of recniitjng. It is an very
ever in the city. Mr. Foote is a mem- w f stflfpmpnts to be issued from

A Florida Woman Will Practice in
the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
Mrs. CooDer Howarth. neen Miss

Mary Stewart, only daughter of Judge
and Mrs. I. A. Stewart, of, De Land,
has many friends iri this section, woh
will read with interest the folowing
extract from the CheseV Pa:, Times.
Mr. Tom Stewart, Mrsv Howarth's
only brother when admitted to the bar
two years ago, had the distinction of
being the youngest lawyer in the
state. The article is as follows:
"Mrs. Mary S. Howarth, wife- of
Casper Howarth, of Sixteenth street
and Edgmont avenue, yesterday was
admitted to practice law in the State
Supreme Court. The session, was pre presided
sided presided over by Chief Justice J. Hay
, (Brown, who was on the ( bench t with
the associate judges. Mrs. Howarth
has a wide circle of friends who will
be pleased to learn of the honor poid
her. She was called to the telephone
many times yesterday to receive con congratulations.
gratulations. congratulations. 47 i
"After being graduated from the
University of Michigan, in 1906, hav having
ing having at that time the honor of having
the degree of Bachelor of Arts confer conferred,
red, conferred, she entered the John B. Stetson
University, in DeLand, Florida, grad graduating
uating graduating in 1908- after having the de degree
gree degree of Doctor, of Laws conferred. She
was in the same year admitted to prac practice
tice practice before the Sate Supreme Court
in Florida, being the first woman law

yer to be admitted to practice before
the Supreme Court in that state. She
is the daughter of : Judge Isaac A.

Stewart, of DeLand, Florida, who at

present is practicing law, with his

son in Florida."

At a recent meeting of DeSotoJ

ckhapter, D. A. R.,. of ; Tampa, Miss

Louise Morton, formerlv 'of western

Marion county, read an interesting

paper on the subjedt, t Events Which

Lea ud to tne itevoiuuon." xne ar

tide was published in full in Sunda

Times-Union.

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, j --Mrs. Mae Bingham ? left Saturday
nicht for a brief visit to friends at

JVinter Haven.
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Mrs. JSdgar H. Price, formerly Miss
Mary Pkillips of this city and little

daughter Elizabeth, of Washington,

D. C, are visiting Mrs. Price's 1 par

ents, Mr, and Mrs. C. ; J.' Phillips in

Jacksonville. ?

Of interest to many Ocalans will be
the announcement .' of the marriage
last Thursday of Miss Fay Stewart

and Mr. S. D. Riddle of Cleveland, O.

at the home of 'the bride's parents

Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stewart at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona eBach. Mr. and Mrs. Riddle left
immediately after the ceremony for

Cleveland. .

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ber of a wealthy Cleveland family, t- tQ t- with big g lash in the

press of the fine show of recruits that

and has taken his young bride to the

Daytona home of his parents, where
they will in future reside. ?

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' Baby -Killers 4 .
Here is the list of "baby killers"

that the United States government

chemists have warned the people
against; they are commonly given to

helpless babies during their teething
days so that the grown-up members
in the households are not annoyed by
the little ones restlessness and cry

ing. Read the list (and their harm

ful ingredients) and see if any of the
names are familiar:

Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,

(morphine sulphate).

Children's Comfort (morphine sul

phate).

Dr. Fahrney's Pepsin Anodyne Com

pound (morphine sulphate).

Dr. Fahrney's Teething Syrup,

(morphine and chloroform).

, Dr. Fowler's Strawberry and Pep

permint Mixture (morphine).

Dr. Grove's Anodyne for Infants,
(morphine sulphate).

, Cooper's Anodyne, the Infant's

Friend (morphinehydrochloride).

Jad way's Elixir for Infants (co-

dein). '"-.-'' ' :-Xl:.-

Dr James Soothing Syrup (hero-

ain,).

Koepp's Baby's Friend (morphine
sulphate).
Dr. Miller's Anodyne for Babies,
(morphine sulphate and chloral hy

drate).

Dr. Moffet's Teething Powders,
(powdered opium). V
Victor Infant Relief (chloroform

and cannabis Indica). :

Through ignorance good mothers

ay often buy these soothing syrups

ith the thought that they are harm-

Jless; but in this day arid time it is a

ciixiie lor x uiubuer tu uc igiiuraut.
enough to buy a drug that is mere
"dope"; arid it is inconceivable that
there may be, babies in Miairii sooth soothed
ed soothed to stupidity by morphine and
chloral and codein! Miami-Metropolis.
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All members of the auxiliary board
of the Marion County Hospital are re requested
quested requested to meet at the home of Mrs.

W. K. Zewadski Wednesday morning

at 10 o'clock.

After a recess of several weeks the
Methodist sewing circle resumed its
weekly meetings today. Mrs. M. E.
Ervin was hostess, and the afternoon

was pleasantly spent by all present.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelley, who

have been in Tampa since. October

have arrived in Ocala for a fortnight
ly stay and probably longer. Mr. and
Mrs. Kelley were temporarily resi residents
dents residents of Ocala, and have many frien&s
who welcome them back. ...
Dr. McMillan of Gainesville, who is
occupying the pulpit of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church on Sundays until a pas pastor
tor pastor is called, was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. G. S. Scott, while here this
week-end.

Mrs. E. A. Hickson of Micanopy
and Mrs. Ford of Lynchburg, Va., af after
ter after a short visit to their sister, Mrs.

T. M. Moore, returned today to Mica

nopyr-

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-A Mrs. T). "W. .Tflmnlfins and dmio-htpv

Miss Irene ompkins, Were week-end
-Jt liii ir; rrn

Kucsi,s ox reiaurves in ivj.icanopy. iney
returned hone yestertlay afternoon,

Mr. TompkisSforing up for them.

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tossMarytewartwno has been

the vivacious guest of her cousin,
Miss Josephine Bullock for some time,
left this afternoon for Jacksonville to
join her mother at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Clarence Rose.
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The members of : the Presbyterian
sewing circle : enjoyed a plea.sant
meeting this afternoon, the guests of
Miss Bettie Wray Mclver.

Mrs. R. G. Blake has returned
home from a visit of several days to

Mrs. E. LJgVartmann at Citra.

Last week we made mention of the

betrothal of Miss Emma Cannons of
DeLand and MjuGeorge Foote. The
f, Carriage of this D0pular young couple
was solemnizodtuxday in Jackson Jackson-'
' Jackson-' ville, at the Christian church, Rev. J.
T. Boone officiatingvin the presence of
Mrs. W. C. Canftons, mother of the

bride and, Mr JBT-B, JSbaw of Day

v)tona1JSrMrs. Foote is the only daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cannons,
prominent residents of DeLand, and
has scores of friends throughout the

state who join in wishing herhappi-

ness. On two occasions she has visit

ed in Ocala, and by her charming

manner won herself the distinction of

have joined and the expectations have
been fully realized in this direction.
The real truth lurks behind the con constant
stant constant special and editorial articles
urging the young and able-bodied men
to join the colors. The cry is, almost
daily raised for "men and still more
men", to answer their country's call
and join their brave comrades at the
front. The silence in so many quar quarters
ters quarters which greets these insidious
calls is the real answer to official op op-timisim.
timisim. op-timisim. The youth and manhood of the coun country
try country are not coming in- their thous thousands
ands thousands to help their country in hr
hour of need. The reasons are varied
and not far to seek. The scarcity of
real information as to what is going
on at the front and the reticence of
the press bureau is a great reason and
one which every thinking man has al already
ready already acknowledged. There are oth other
er other and more subtle' causes. Again,
that bugbear of officialdom favorit favoritismwhich
ismwhich favoritismwhich casts its lurid light around

in all countries, is another' strong

factor. It is eating into the hearts

of many ambitious young men here.

However patriotic elegible youth may

be the personal equation will always

insist upon having a front seat in
the stalls. Take, for instance, John

son, of Lloyd's bank. He wants to

know why he should only be a pri private
vate private in the Worchesters, while Alli

son of Barclays, has been given a

commission in the Y or shires. He

squirms and his interest dies out in
the work t which he started so en enthusiastically.
thusiastically. enthusiastically. 1
Here is a case in point. A young
man personnally known to the writ writer,
er, writer, happens to be a bit of a "nu'.f
Actuated chiefly with the purpose of
obtaining a commission, he enlisted

in Kitchener's army a few months
ago. He is British born and bred,
though of foreign parentage. His
burning desire lay in the prospect of
shortly "becoming a British Officer,
when he could swagger and f do the
dude to his heart's content ''There
was not-a frament of the real1 soldier
in him from head to foot. He has
just spent three months in camp hard
at clrill, rough living and under the
stern military discipline which the has
let reduce military life in his eyes to
an irksome drudgery arid something
quite beneath his dignity as a "gen "gen-tleman."
tleman." "gen-tleman." The result was that the other night
he walked into his residential hotel,
where he had resided prior to enlist

ment, attired m civil costume. : After
dinner,, he announced in the smoking
room to his astonished fellow-guests
that he had "chucked it." A sneer of
ineffable contempt passed around the
room, and the words "skunk," "shirk "shirker"
er" "shirker" and other approbious epithets
were muttered by his ascandalized

1 companions. Not a soul made an answ

ering remark to the delinquent. He

The Golden Rule Circle of King's
Daughters will hold a social at the
home of Mr. E. T. Spencer, in North
Ocala, on Thursday night, Jan v 28th.
Admission, 10 cents to all; refresh refreshments
ments refreshments free. Candy will be on sale.
Proceeds to go to the North Ocala
Union church. Come, help a good
work and enjoy a pleasant evening.

Dr. W. V. Newsom, who underwent
asurgical operation "at his home Sat

urday, is a great deal better today,
which will be gratifying news to his
friends.

Is now "tabee" in the establishment

and talks of joining the Red Cross
Society. V :
From this story what conclusion can
we draw? The first question which
presents itself is, can a private sold soldier,
ier, soldier, no matter what his social rank,
"chuck" service at his own sweet will,
after he has worn the King's uniform
during a course of preliminary train training?
ing? training? The next is, are other "resigna "resignations"
tions" "resignations" of similiar character likely to
follow? The psychology of the whole
question is worth a moment's consid consideration.
eration. consideration.
Here we have a young gentleman
who wants only the picture side of
soldiering. He cannot obtain the in influence
fluence influence to secure a commission with without
out without doing a certain amount of the
dirty work of a common soldier. He

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Sam Small, Jr. Her son, Robert T.
Small, division manager for the the
Associated Press with offices in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, left today for the funeral.

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' wear the Eien-Jo'.tc Draiere f c r the re.ion tlir.t tliey resird
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delent of social aspirations will never
take, kindly to 'living cheek by jowl

tires of drill and military authority on equal terms with the real rough

Behind it all is the caste question j

It is one which cuts a lot of ice in this
country. It is useless to argue that

element of the army British "Tom

my Atkins." Their patriotism tum tumbles
bles tumbles from its lofty eminence far more
swiftly in the intercourse of the mud muddy
dy muddy trenches than when in actual con contact
tact contact with the enemy, which they face
without flinching.
These men really want to be Brit-

this blending of the real common sol- j ish officers. The human document is

dier with young "men of the middle j the same the world over. A leopard
class will create a new social depar- j does not suddenly change his spots
ture in this country after the war. i because he has suddenly changed his
It won't. The young men who have I occupation.. Some men take to sol sol-been
been sol-been used to comfortable homes re-diering in its true essence as a duck

does to water. But the real, average,
peace-loving home-staying clerk or
young business man looks first to the
material benefit he is going to get and
next to the honor to himself. Patri Patriotism
otism Patriotism is seated at the back of the car
waiting for the front seat occupants
to change places with him. This can
only be done by persuasion in a land
where voluntary service is the rule and
the young men of the middle class will

need a lot more prodding and temp temptation
tation temptation to adopt the profession of arms
in their millions, even for the "dura "duration,
tion, "duration, of the war."

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Medical; ''Surgical9vflydropathlcJ
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 Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
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MAIUON-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge TTo. 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 bal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22. i. O. O. F.t
meets in Vonge's Hall etery Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
SV. L. Ccbert, Secretary.
CO XCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hal
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary..- Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. (
CHAPTER SO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month' al
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Br7n, Secretary.
KXIGHTH 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 rvelcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers.
. Charles Goddard, C. C.
Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth 'Buesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east siae.
David S. Willi ms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary.. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. tsyy, L. O. M.
meets every .Thursday at 8:30 p. n.
Visiting brethern always welcome ;o
the lodge and ;lub house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postofiioo.
;'. j.'D. Rooney, Dictator.
The "G'V'ln "Gnat.'
"Spelling's a queer thing," said one
boy. "What do they want with a
g In 'gnatr "It belongs there," re replied
plied replied the other. "It's what you 'say
when one stirgs you. The only mis mistake
take mistake is net putting an exclamation
point after it",
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Clain, Mc-Clain, Blairsville, Pa. For sale by all
dealers. ;- Adv.
Test of Spiritual Life.
If we may take one test or sign by
which to judge of advance in the spir spiritual
itual spiritual life, it would be 'this whether
more and mere calmness is being
maintained in the midst of all the
disturbances and troubles which are
wont to come, which may ever be
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whether there be peacefulness of mind,
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all thaC once too much distracted and
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Daily Thought.
There are souls in the world who
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where, everywhere, and of leaving it behind them
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Their influence is an inevitable glad-

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BOILING WATER AS WEAPON

Parallel for Act of Heroic Women
Found in Siege of Naaur by
the Tartars.
The heroic acts of the Belgian wom women
en women who defended their homes against
the German invaders, resorting to boil boiling
ing boiling water when their ammunition gave
out, has a historical parallel which
will no doubt be of interest ,at the
present time, says the Outlook.
In this case the defenders were Cos Cossack
sack Cossack women and the scene of the en encounter
counter encounter a small town not far from the
Sea of Azov.
In 1774, during 'the first Turkish
war, the town of Naaur was being be besieged
sieged besieged by 9,000 Tartars a large army
in those days. All the men of the
town had left for the war, which was
proceeding at some distance, and the
town remained undefended save for a
handful of soldiers. It had, however,
the advantage of being surrounded by
a wall, and was well supplied with am ammunition.
munition. ammunition. The enemy imagined that
they would only have to overcome a
very few soldiers and the town would
be theirs. Instead, to their amaze amazement,
ment, amazement, they had to face an army of
women, young and old, arrayed in
their best red sarafans, fully armed
and eager to fight. And these wom women
en women not only defended the walls of
their town, but they sallied out and
fought valiantly in hand-to-hand skir skirmishes.
mishes. skirmishes. They also tended enormous
fires and heated pitch and boiling wa water
ter water to pour on the heads of the ene enemies
mies enemies when they approached the walls
of the town. The story goea that not
only did they pour water and pitch on
the foe, but the broth that was cooking
for dinner went the same way.
That was the first experience the
Cossack women had of "active serv service.'
ice.' service.' Later it became a tradition and
a custom that in battles the women
should take their share of actual fight fighting.
ing. fighting. And during the continual raids
and battles which occurred they be-

came expert soldiers, standing Side by come bo renewed with the sense of enjoy enjoy-sid
sid enjoy-sid with old warriors and often help-1 able 'health you will scarcely know your-

ing with less usual weapons, such as
scythes and pitchforks.
The Cossack woman of today has
retained her traditions, and she is not
only independent and generally effi efficient,
cient, efficient, but she Is also often an excel excellent
lent excellent shot, and is quite capable of de defending
fending defending her village if necessary as
fiercely as her ancestress.
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Do you know that of all the minor
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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. Of
course when he reached the-store he
had forgotten what they were. So the
ycung clerk behind te first counter
was amazed to hcrr: "Fxcuse me; 'my
wife told T.e to co:n'n Iry here and get
her feme Tir'n?? to rear aid I've for forgotten
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Our new seeda for spring planting
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We can furnish them in any quantity
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Is 0 PQmSi m Ell
"' .IofiE3Ecs in- Diced
Works With a Definite Pur Pur-pose
pose Pur-pose and I3 a Known
Antidote
Km
There are isome thin3 In medicine that
are certain and deUnlte. They do the
work. S. S. S. is one of these relJables
and !s a known antidote for all blood
troubles. Moro than that, it la harm harmless,
less, harmless, for It does not hurt the stomach,
does not affect the bones and joints, nor
does H alter the integrity cf the verves
and spine. But it doe3 sweep thiouga.
the blood, a powerful, searching, cleans cleansing
ing cleansing influence, remarkable fcr results and
a tremendous relief to these who suffer
the humiliation of skin rr;)tiois.
Nearly ail sickness is due to slavish
blood. And If you let B. S. S. bathe your
system with its wonderfr.l iniiuence your
nervous troubles, ycur wan, weary, faded,
listless, lifeless body will revive and be
at any drt;p? store. It will put you on
your feet; keep you coins all day and
enable yen to sleep sound and restful.
S. S. S. is not a "dope," not a phytic,
but a fine, bracing, purifying' medicine
that Is sure to ritt yoa a wcrld of pood.
It is just what you neod. S. H. is
prepared by The Swift SpeciGc Co., (A
Swift Dld., Atlanta, 1a.. and if yoa are
troubled with any stubborn blood disease
their nrvlieal department will -snide you
safely to health. WriU then.
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915-
Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.
Roess.
Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash, W. A. Knight, H. A.
Fausett. t
Street
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
i Fire
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A.
Knight.
' Police
I yi. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, J. C.
Smith.
Market 7
J. C. Smith, J. M. Mefiert, J. J.
Gerig.
Sanitary
H. A. Fausett, Geo. A. Nash, D. W.
Tompkins.
Building
John Moore, H. A. Fausett, J. C
Smith.
Light and Water
J. M. MefTert, D. W. Tompkins, J.
J. Gerig.
Too Long to Be Entirely Valid.
Oliver Knox read some published
letters in a breach-of-promise Eult, and
laughed. "This Idiot wrote to tha
girl that he would love her always,"
he commented. "Now I contend that
'always' is the longest word in the
dictionary, and no wise man ever uses
it" "No," retorted his discerning wife,
"and no wise woman would believe
him if he did."
BILIOUSNESS AND
CONSTIPATION CURED
If you are ever troubles with bil biliousness
iousness biliousness or constipation you will be
interested in the statement of R. F.
Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last
winter I had an attack of indigestion
followed by biliousness and constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so
highly recommended, I bought a bot bottle
tle bottle of them and they helped me right
away." For sale by all dealers, adv
You will never fully appreciate a
gin fiz till you have tried one of those
at Johnny's Place. 22-tf



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915

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HEAVY CAR TYPE
4
The Great Ser
vice of Fisk Tires
is Due to the
Exclusive Heavy
Car Type risk
Construction
11
From every corner of the
globe where Heavy Car
Type Fisk Tires are used
come reports of Great
est Service, These re reports
ports reports prove:
First, that Fisk design is
right ; second, that the
proper materials a r e
I i
a
3
used: third, that these
materials are blended in
the proper proportions
to make a "balanced
whole, a tire each part
HI
of which is attuned to the
other so as to work in
1
nerfect harmonv tor a
a- ------- w
common end that end
being SERVICE.
The exclusive HEAVY
CAR TYPE Fisk Con Con-struction
struction Con-struction is responsible
for this tire perfection.
DA VIES
"THE TIRE MAN"
f
Next Soothe rn Express
Company
OCALA
FLA.
I'lHhtefllitWai'iMlitillBtMiiii
Funeral 7 Directors
iiriOEDTAKERSand EODAIJERS
Fine Caskets and Darial Robes.
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Embal
mers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES
D. E. McIVER
C. V. ROBERTS
Undertaking OGce
104
305
.45
J PHONE 503
1 For Good Wood
2 : BIG -ILoad lor i 51. :
Your Order will have
Immediato Attention.
: J. L. SMOAR
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
If
merchants & IHners Trans. Co.
Steamship Lines
Jaclisonville
Boston
PJer Yorl
Baltimore
PiiiladelpMa
New steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Coml. Agent.
J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 25 Kogan Street,
Jacksonville, Fla.

Ji nut )i rmf ..A i i

ARRIVAIj AND DEPARTUItE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA

Atlantic Coast Line
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg Leesburg-9:05
9:05 Leesburg-9:05 p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville
0:05 a. m. t
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg -2:18 a. m.
No. 38, Petersburg to Jackson
ville 2:25 a. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg 2:40 ;p. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to JacKson
ville 1:14 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka 4:10 p.
m. ?
No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50
a. m.
No. 49. Ocala to Homosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala--Arrives
1:05 p. m.
No. 35 (Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake
land: 40 a. m., Tuesday, Thursdav
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Sunny jlm) Lakeland to
Ocala- 9:50 p. m., Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., Monday, Wednesday and 'Friday.
, No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala 5 : 4 5 d.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
- " :
Seaboard Air Line
:: No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:50 a. m. :-.'y
No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa Ar Arrive,
rive, Arrive, 12:40 p. m; leave 1:18.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa
1 p. m.
No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, 2:30
a. m. w
No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Ar
rive 1 p. m.; leave 1:20 p. m.
No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville
4:10 p. m.
Ocala Northern
No. 71 ATrlves from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
No. 72 'Leaves Ocala for Palat&d
at 1:15 p. m..
Kite SJgnallng'Of French Navy.
Novel ways of signaling were tried
out recently during the naval ma maneuvers
neuvers maneuvers in the Mediterranean by men
aboard the French warships. It was
generally conceded that the tests with
box kites were most efficient. The
results proved that the box kites, be being
ing being Jight, can be hoisted even when
there Is but a slight breeze; and their
size makes them easily discernible
from great distances. The signal sys
tem used was similar to that of the
flag system. Various combinations of
kite groupings were used. While this
system of signaling is not quite so
fast as signaling by means' of flags,
It is more definite, it is claimed, and
can be seen for miles around. The
success of the experiment has led to
to a recommendation to the French
government that the system be Intro
duced generally in the navy of France.
Scientific American.
, The Skin's Resistance.
Professor von Pf ungen has been en
gaged with experiments in his labora
tory at Vienna upon the resistance
which the human skin affords to the
electricVurrent. 1 He ODerates by oass
Ing the current througir the body from
one hand to the other and measuring
the amount by a sensitive galvanom
eter. M
His researches bear upon the rela
tlon of the state of the nervous sys
tem to the electric resistance of the
skin, and he claims that nervous ex
citement of any kind lowers the pro
tecting power of the skin to quite a
marked extent
COUNTRY PEOPLE
, WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY
Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of the library, -which noT?
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 hooncs. Also
that there are a farge number of
magazines there to be given but to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.
Politeness.
Real politeness is the kindly expres expression
sion expression of a kindly intent. Ill-nature and
politeness are antagonistic and can cannot
not cannot dwell together for long in the
same individual. Politeness in its
genuine essence contributes toward
the well-being of all. even to long life;
while impoliteness and irascible tern
per may shorten life.
We Jill your prescriptions just as
they should bej and get them to, you
in the shortest possible time. Phone
284. The Court Pharmacy. 22-6t

AT THE BAZAAR

By DOROTHY BLACKMCRE.
B
(Copyright, 1914, by the McClure Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
"It's the' first really American thing
I've seen the girls take an Interest
in," remarked young George Cameron.
He was selecting a tie to match the
border on his handkerchief and the
Btrlpe in his shirt
"It Is patriotic, isn't it?" acquiesced
Willis Moore, as he twirled his stick
like a drum major. "I fancy the ba bazaar
zaar bazaar will be a jolly bore though."
His friend turned on him. "Not at
all. The prettiest things in town are
to be models and they'll be diked in
cotton from top to toe. Being well well-known
known well-known get that? cotton brokers, you
and I will be. expected to attend and
give our support."
"I think you'll give a good deal of
tone with all those matched-up rags
of yours," Moore twitted his friend.
"Me for the cotton bazaar, rags or
no rags. Come on!"
The two men left the bachelor
apartment and found their way to the
armory where the great cotton bazaar
was being held by the women of the
town. Cotton was' to be on exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition and for sale in every conceivable
form to educate the public in its uses
and in this way help the country to
dispose of Its output in view of the
European war.
George Cameron and Willis 'Moore
stood astonished at the doors as they
approached. There were crowds every
where, and not even the regiment on
dress parade had brought so many out outsiders
siders outsiders to the armory building.
"Some bazaar," laughed Moore.
The two men strolled about from
one exhibit to another. Cameron was
interested In the bazaar purely from a
business standpoint and he took pleas pleasure
ure pleasure in learning of new uses for cotton.
Willis Moore, he admitted It, was as
much interested in the pretty girls
displaying their wares and acting as
models for various cotton garments as
he was In the exhibition from its prac
tical point of view.
'Cotton gloves! Gentlemen's cotton
evening gloves!" said a pleasant voice
from within a booth.
Cameron would have gone on, but
his friend turned to the girl and he
could not do otherwise than follow. k
"They don't look so bad, eh,
George?" Willis said, taking a pair
from the girl's hand.
Cameron looked at them and then
into the face of the girl who was offer,
ing them for sale. He stopped short
and dropped the gloves on the floor.
Seeing that he was a fifth wheel
on the wagon, Moore stepped on, and
his friend went nearer to the glove
booth. There was no other girl at the
stand but the one who had offered the
pair that still lay on the floor. Cam Cameron,
eron, Cameron, as if suddenly recalling the
gloves, stepped back and picked them
up. "I'll buy this pair, Helen, since
I've soiled tbcm'by my- stupidity."
"Oh," laughed the girl, "you
needn't unless syou like. But I think
they're your size."
"It's strange to find you helping with
anything so so useful and patriotic
and and thrifty, I might say," George
said, a little bitterly.
"Not nowadays," Helen said prompt
ly, not noticing the bitter note in his
voice.
"You've changed?"
Helen gave a series of decisive nods.
"Very much," she said, slowly. "I re
gret those frivolous years. I realize
now that there is so much to do in the
world besides thinking of one's own
pleasure. I'm as busy as possible now
since father lost so much of his busi
ness on account of the war helping
wherever I can
"Helen Interrupted George. But
she stopped 'him.
"Oh I don't need to earn bread and
butter, George, but I need to help oth others
ers others who have to earn it. I
"Don't say any more. Let me come
to see you again, Helen, and"
"Buying up the whole stock,
George?" Interrupted Willis Moore, ir-,
relevantly, stepping up to them.
"Will you?" whispered George.
Helen dodded, laughing. George in introduced
troduced introduced Willis Moore to her and the
three talked of nothing for a few mo moments.
ments. moments.
The cotton show now held just one
interest for George Cameron,y and on
the following night he went to it
again to take the fair glove sales saleswoman
woman saleswoman home and to tell her all that
he had wanted to tell her for three
years. She listened and said yes all
over again.
When George told his friend Willis
Moore about his engagement the young
man saId characteristically:
"So it was you who had to 'cotton'
' on to something at the show not
yours truly. after all? Shake."

Wre make a specialty of the kindjj
j arid quality of service which all peo-fJ
j pie want in everything they buy from J
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf j.

who owns the dwelling the business property that stands in
jour name?
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.

florida title and abstract corporation

J
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West,
rim

" Johnny's Place
AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you dhe best there

is, and as much as any one else

teen years in the business has 'aught me what the public' wants,
and I am supplying that waL.
JUST A SAMPLE OP GOODS AND PRICES

Good Old 65 Proof Rye, Good Old 80 Proof Bye,
Com or Gin, in jugs Corn or Gin, in jugs ;
at per gallon.: (tJlQ at per gallon.. 2.00
Good Old 70 Proof Rye, Remember that we will fill
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per any order you send U3 and
gallon.. Cj! 7EI meet the price of any other
p jl O legitimate house.

Mak ttiv nlacA vour headnuarters while in the city. You will be

welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at "Johnny's Place."

The FINEST BEER you -eve drank, and ALL KINDS of It In bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
JIHM T. R!0E2, PROpmETOn
' OCALA, FLORIDA''

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show you how to save half the cost of a new ur.
Our prices will be found the lowest consistent with first class work workmanship.
manship. workmanship. Give us a trial.
eMa Wiilcaimislpsj; COo

tir r- TA7CKTE
AT LVCKIE'S GARAGE
i

FOR STOVE, HEATER,

OR FIREPLAC

9

Large Loads for Your Money.
CALL TWO! TWO!! TWO!!!

Next to
Gates Garage

ocala,' fla.

Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 293
smm
in business for your money. Seven
T7T!TTT
With Talk about what we can do
in the way of vulcanizing your tires,
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 vulcanizing
canizing vulcanizing on short notice, and we
guarantee our york to be satisfact satisfactory.
ory. satisfactory. If you've had a blowout re recently
cently recently and discarded the tire, let us

ktft

J. R. WEATHERTNGTOl

NORTH MAIN STREET

:0UGH. & WMTFIIll



EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1915

An A T A rnriTTTT77VTm7,0 XI

OCALA OCCURENCES

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EUf s meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

WEATHER REPORT

Pythias Sisters meet tomorrow eve evening;

Board of Trade meets Thursday evening.

I .Mr. Hugo Mcintosh visited friends
at Campville yesterday.

Modern Business Proposition.
Lady (returning her husband's por portrait
trait portrait after five years) "Would you
mind exchanging this portrait for a
landscape? I am going to divorce my
husband." Munich Fliegende Blaet Blaet-ter.
ter. Blaet-ter.

Pabst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the

I standard of the world, at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf

Good oak or pine wood, any length,
prompt delivery. Phone 3M, four

rings.7 J. M. Potter.

18-6t

Strength of Character.
Strength of character is not mere
Strength of feeling it is the resolute
restraint of strong feeling. 1 It is un unyielding
yielding unyielding resistance to whatever would
disconcert us from without or unset unsettle
tle unsettle us from within. Charles Dickens.

This report is made from observa observations
tions observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
Jan. 1 ..............56 48
Jan 2 ..GO 31
Jan. 3 ..65... 32
Jan. 4 65 ; 51
Jan. 5 .....68 55 ..
Jan. 6 74 60 .69
Jan. 7 .69 56
Jan. "8 .65 41 ..
Jan. 9 ... .64 46 ..
Jan. 10 69 43 ..
Jan. 11 62 55 1.37
Jan. 12 ........55 52 .,
Jan. 13 : .......57 35
Jan. 14 58 38 .'.

Jan. 15 58 38

Jan. 16 ...73 50
Jan. 17 76 52
Jan. 18 72 66 .60

Jan. 19 .....55 51 .04
Jan. 20 .. 60 42
Jan. 21 56 33

Jan. 22 ............ .66 55

THE MARKETS

Chicago, Jan. 25th. May wheat
sold at 81.46.

COLD

$ coin

Washington, Jan.
wave warnings aic

Georgia and Florida.

25th. Cold
up in south
Freezing: to

RIT1SH CLAIM THE I

II

London, Jan. 25th. The report that the British lost a
ship in the naval fight is flatly denied by the Admiralty
today. It declared the German Blucher was sunk and
two others were badly disabled.
The fight was caused by an attempt of the Germans to
repeat the Scarborough raid. The British met, chased
and caught them.

the Gulf is predicted in northwest

ern Florida tonight.

A beautifully marked,. 18 months land Throat.

-"old pedigreed Shetland Mare Pony for Ocala, Fla.

sale. Address Star Office. dh

Come to our fountain when you

want the best hot or cold drinks. The

Court Pharmacy

W. K. Lane, 31. D.; Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Noso

Law Library Building,

coast swept rnou
MAIIIE TO CAROLIIIA

New York, Jan. 25th-7Rain and
sleet storm is sweeping the coast
from Maine to the Carolinas today.
Two women and two men fell and
were killed in New York.

You can get good buttermilk at

Gerig's, fresh eery day. 6-tf
What We May Expect.
"Now an automobile has been in
troduced which plays tunes." "More
expense. I suppose next any man who
pretends to be in the swim will have

to own a grand-opera car, a light-

opera runabout and something sedate

.for Sundays."

;

When you have once tried our ice

cream you'll come again. The Court

Pharmacy. 22-6t

Buy your drugs from Gerig's,

Ocala's best drug store. 9-tf

STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS

From this time forward all Tires,

Tubes and Repairs will be sold for

cash only. DAVIES,

19-6t "The Tire Man."

REMOVAL NOTICE

The best gin rickey in the city is

served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

I have moved by office to the. Gary

block, northwest corner second floor,
entrance between Maricij, Hardware

and 5 and 10 cent stores. Same phone,

No. 11. A. L. Izlar, M. D. 20-12t

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

ANOTH

til

(HOCKED

BUT

Washington, Jan. 25. The supreme court today declar declared
ed declared the Kansas law prohibiting tne discharge of employees
who refuse ro resign from unions, unconstitutional.
It declared that two newspaper reporters, who refused
to tell a federal grand jury in New York their source of
information for news paper articles regarding customs
frauds, need not answer the prosecutor's questions.

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FOR SALE Cheap, -A house on
wheels. Address G. A. Bushman,
Summerfield, ,Fla.' 21-6t
: ; jl.
FOR RENT A six-room house on
Sanchez street; all modern conven conveniences;
iences; conveniences; good neighborhood. Apply
to R. L. Carter, 211 West Fifth
street. 19-Gt

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Is spring open? The red bud and

peach trees -are in full bloom.

Lilians -.Famous r ioriaa syrup in

bottles at the Smith Grocery (. tf

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

corner. Meals a la carte and lunches

at any hour. Adv.

WANTED We require the tempor temporary
ary temporary services of a capable, responsi responsible
ble responsible business man with good finan financial
cial financial connections. The .right man
can make good money. The Dewey
Drainage Excavation Company,
Woodward Building, Washington,
D. C. It

RICH LAND FOR RENT

Dr. J. Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf

Communal Life of Ants.:

The most complete communal life

is that of ants. They make other

ants serve as slaves. Some of them
have developed into door-tenders': They
have hard heads, with which 'they

plug up entrances. Friendly ants an

nounce their presence by stroking the

heads in a peculiar way, giving' the
password, as it were, and then are

admitted. These ants even raise a
type of mushroom on Which they live.

Mrs. Bittinger wishes to rent six

acres .of hammock land at Belleview.
Land is good, under fence and has
been in cultivation. Apply to Mrs. C.

L. Bittinger at her home in Ocala

SPANISH ARE SENSITIVE

Keeping It Up.

Shortly after the death of one of

England's great poets one of his de

voted admirers visited the little vil village
lage village where the poet had lived and died.
The stranger entered into conversa conversation
tion conversation with an old man; a native of the
village, remarking sadly on the death
of the poet. "Aye, aye," answered the
old man encouragingly; "still I.mak'
no doobt but the wife'll carry the
business on." v

Elizabeth Fry.
Elizabeth Fry's great work for
prison reform was all done after her
marriage. It was in 1813 that she
paid her first and memorable visit to
Newgate prison, and in 1817 formed
the Association for the Improvement
of Female Prisoners, in Newgate,
which attracted such widespread in interest.
terest. interest. Her efforts were hot confined
to Great Britain, many continental
prisons being the better for her
labors. v

Can't Send a Warship to Formal

Opening of 'Panama Canal
Madrid, Jan. 21. A cabinet meet meet-ing
ing meet-ing presided over by King Alfonso
decided yesterday not to send the bat battleship
tleship battleship Espano to the Panama canal
opening. It is said that when the
government agreed to send the Es

pano it was not aware that Admiral

Dewey would be present at the cere

mony. Learning this, the -govern

ment became apprehensive that the

presence of the American admiral

might occasion some manifestation

which would be unpleasant for the

Spanish sailors and after certain ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations the government concluded
it would be better to withdraw from
its original agreement.

FOR SALE SALE-Apply
Apply SALE-Apply to

plumber.

-Second hand bicycle.

John F. Robbinson,

1-7-tf

FOR RENT A five-room cottaere

with all modern conveniences, on

South Second street, east. Apply

at Star office. dh tf

FOR SALE, CHEAP Two-story res

idence, furnished or unfurnished;

eight rooms, recently renovated

Galveston, Jan. 55th. The Dacia lay at anchor today with steam up
ready to sail this afternoon for Germany with a cargo of cotton., ;She
will take the usual route.

outside and inside; good neighbor neighborhood;
hood; neighborhood; paved street; shade and
fruit trees; servant house, garden
and chicken yard; cistern, well and
city, waters Bargain price. Apply
to 416 Lire street. 11-lm

FOR RENT A ten-room house on
Pond street with all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply to Miss Rena
Smith. 18-12t.
FOR SALE A $400 Mahogany piano
slightly used; price $75, or will

rent at a reasonable price. Apply

"Piano, care Ocala Star. 13tf

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fl?- 9--tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
, Housekeeping. Inquire at the Go
lonial. 7-tf

FOR SALE Barred Rock Eggs for
Setting. Barred Rock Cockerels,
Fine. H. S. Wesson, Ocala, Fla.
WANTED Position. Reliable young
man of 28, experienced in both
salesmanship and office work, de

sires a position, of some kind at
once. Best of references. Address
Care Box 315. 2-Gt
FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1914
model as good as new, household
goods and furniture, 1 pure bred
Jersey cow, 15 Belgian hares, flock
of pure bred barred rock chickens.
. A. Kristiansen, old Geiger place on
Silver Springs road. 20-6t.

LOST A girl's blue coat; black vel velvet
vet velvet collar aqd buttons. Lost a weel
ago. Return to Mrs. William Hock Hock-er.
er. Hock-er. 20-Ct
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BLILDER
Careful Estimates Made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the City.

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Heaven as a State of Mind.
The kingdom of heaven is not &

place, but a state of mind. John Bur Burroughs.
roughs. Burroughs. '

Light From the Earth.
The darkest part of the sky- is al
ways aglow. The earth itself gives
off a lot of light. Scientists of the

Franklin institute have measured this

earth light and have found that it ia

of the order of cne-tenth part of the
intensity of a star of the rst order of

magnitude. It is attributed, at least

partially, to a permanent aurora bore-

alis which is repealed by the charac-.

teristic green ray observed on ob obscure
scure obscure nights in the whole hc s.

Truly Remarkable Family.
A laborer's remarkable record sur

prised the Baltinglass (County Wick-

low, Ireland), rural council when appli

cations, tor cottages were being dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. It was stated that one of
tne applicants, John Murphy, had been
married five times, and has 41 chil children.
dren. children. -Murphy proudly asserted that
his eldest "child" was aged fifty, and
the youngest a baby, and all the, fam family
ily family were fed on rabbits.

Daily Thought.
- "The greatest test cf friendship, it
seems, to ms, is the knowledge that
one, may tell the truth to a friend
with the certainty that no offense will
be taken." V

Change In Price of Bread
, Beginning Monday, January 25th.
Owing to the increased price in materials, we are compelled to charge
5 cents per loaf straight for bread; loaves remaining the same size
as heretofore. (
We take this occasion to thank the people of Ocala for their liberal
patronage in the past and promise to use our best efforts to maintain
the high reputation of our products.
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Carter's Bakery,
. T. C. CARTER, Prop.

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