The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915
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GLUED DY It GEOLIIS THAT THEY Silt Tl'O TORPEDO

DOATHi
Berlin, Jan. 26. The admiralty now now-claims
claims now-claims that three British war vessels
were sunk in Sunday's naval battle
west of Heligoland. The official state statement
ment statement says that a British cruiser and
two British torpedo boats were sunk
during the engagement.
German airships flew overhead
while the battle progressed and sunk
these ships, the statement says.
It is also alleged that other British
ships were seriously damaged.
MADE GAINS IN FRANCE AD
FLANDERS
Berlin, Jan. 26, 4 ;p. m. The Ger Germans
mans Germans captured 1100 yards of trenches
from the British, south of the canal at
Labasse by storm, taking two strong
points of support. The British losses
were heavy. The enemy is bombard bombarding
ing bombarding Middlekerke and Westende, and
many citizens are being killed. The
Germans scored a success on heights
of Craonne. The French attacks in
the southern Argonnes were repelled.
KIELCE CAPTURED
It is reported from Cracow that
an Austro-German army has captur captured
ed captured Kielce, in Poland.
ARE IflCIIII
AGAINST EGYPT
EIGHTY THOUSAND TURKS AT
ARISH AND AKABA
Constantinople, Jan. 26. An army
of 80,000 Turks will be sent against
Egypt. Forty-eight thousand are
conentrated at El Arish, on the Med Mediterranean,
iterranean, Mediterranean, and 32,000 at Akaba, at
the head of the Gulf of Akaba.
Dr. J." Walter Hood's new office tele telephone
phone telephone number is 284. 15-tf

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Our new samples for Spring Clothes are now on display by the hundreds, and we can please you, no matter how difficult you
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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MUSCOVITES CONCEDE THAT
MOSLEMS ARE MIGHTY
, GOOD MEN
Tiflis, Jan. 26. Russian officials as asserted
serted asserted today that the Turks. defeated
in the Caucasus were reduced to ter terrible
rible terrible straits. In attempting to escape
they are freezing or staving to death
in the mountain regions. Despite
their sufferings, the Turks continue to
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fight desperately, contesting every
inch of ground.
HAD TO TAKE A HMD
Government Found It Necessary to
Quarantine Union Stock Yards
at Chicago
Chicago, Jan. 26.- The Union Stock
Yards were placed under federal
quarantine today. Shipments of live
stock from Chicago to any part of
the United States are prohibited.
Several cases of foot and mouth dis disease
ease disease in a shipment of hogs to Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia were discovered.
' The quarantine doesn't prohibit the
shipment of dressed "meats and will
not affect the packing industry.
DACIA'S SAILING IS QELAYED
Galveston, Jan. 26. The Dacia is
still in the harbor. She may sail this
afternoon, but at 1 o'clock nothing
could be learned defienitely.
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READY TO TAKE OFFENSIVE
KING VICTOR'S KINGDOM HAS
MADE TREMENDOUS REP REPARATIONS
ARATIONS REPARATIONS TO ENTER
THE CONFLICT
Rome, Jan. 26 Italy's military and
naval preparations are now complete.
She now has n her first and second
line troops 1,260,000 men, with re reserves
serves reserves of 2,000,000. The navy is mob mobilized
ilized mobilized and ready. Two new dread dread-naughts
naughts dread-naughts will be commissioned some
time in February. There are over a
billion francs in' the war chest, a mill million
ion million tons of wheat in government ware warehouses
houses warehouses and tremendous quantities of
supplies of every kind.
COLLISION OFF THE
CAROLINA COAST
LIVES LOST IN WRECK OF AN
AMERICAN AND HAWAII
LINER
? Norfolk, Jan. 26. Rammed by an
unidentified schooner this morning,
the American and Hawaii Line steam steamship
ship steamship Washingtonian sunk off Fenwick
Island. Life savers from the Fen Fenwick
wick Fenwick Island station rescued thirty thirty-nine
nine thirty-nine of the Washlngtonian's crew.
The vessel is supposed to have car carried
ried carried a crew of seventy-five, but other
reports indicate that she carried only
forty. The Washingtonian was bound
from San Francisco to New York. It
is believed the schooner was badly
damaged.
SCHOONER ALSO SUNK
Norfolk, Jan. 26, 10 a. m. The
Washingtonian wa3 rammed by the
schooner Elizabeth Palmer. One man
was drowned, when the schooner sunk.
The Old Dominion Liner Hamilton aid aided
ed aided in the rescue.
The Washingtonian was one of the
first ships to sail for the American American-Hawaiian
Hawaiian American-Hawaiian Line, which was organized
for the coasting trade thru the?. Pana Panama
ma Panama canal. She sailed from New York
and Norfolk and Charleston were
among her ports of call.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat. Law Library Building,
Ocala, Fla,

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KSAIT BLOWS

CAil'T SMASH THE ALLIED AtML

I SPITE OF FIERCE AIID SUSTAIIIED EFFORTS THE KAISER'S
ARMIES ARE MAKIIIG 110 ADVAIICE

Paris, Jan. 26, 3 p. m. The Ger-!
mans are again trying to break thru
the allies' lines near YpresI, The
French repulsed a German battalion
upon the trenches east of Ypres, kill killing
ing killing 300. ;
Heavy fighting continues in Fland Flanders,
ers, Flanders, where the Belgians have made
some progress along the Yser front.
The Germans, who took the offens offensive
ive offensive in the Labasse region, made five
attacks on the British lines, gaining
a slight temporary advantage, but
were later repulsed.
The enemy made two violent at attacks
tacks attacks west of Craonne. The first was
repulsed, and the second resulted iri
some German gains, but the French
counter-attacks regained almost all
of the ground lost in the other en engagement.
gagement. engagement. The battle continues.
The Germans are bombarding Lem Lem-bach,
bach, Lem-bach, Thane and Sennheim.
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Malmoe, Sweden, Jan. 26. The j
German cruiser Gazelle torpedoed by
a submarine in the Baltic Monday,
was badly damaged but made port.
BRITISH SUBMARINES ARE BUSY
Copenhagen, Jan. 26. It is report reported
ed reported here that hostile submarines at attacked
tacked attacked a German squadron off the
southern coast of Sweden, dispersing
the units and driving them into port.
STAY AT HOME OTIfOT
IS LIKELY TO CONFINE JAPAN JAPANESE
ESE JAPANESE OPERATIONS TO THE
FAR EAST
Tokio, Jan. 26. Attempts to arouse
popular sentiment, favoring the send sending
ing sending of Japanese troops to Europe ha3
failed of its purpose. The prevailing
sentiment here is that Japan should
confine her activities in the European
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Berne, Jan. 26. The federal coun council
cil council has prohibited the export of choc chocolate,
olate, chocolate, vinegar, manufactured India
rubber and electric cables. Swiss
chocolate in large quantities has been
exported both to France and Ger Germany
many Germany and there was danger there
might be none left for home consump consumption.
tion. consumption. '' ,:
VIA ROTTERDAM
SENATOR FLETCHER NOTIFIES
SHIPPERS OF SAFE OUTLET
FOR NAVAL STORES
Pensacola, Jan. 26. Rosin and tur turpentine
pentine turpentine can be shipped now to Rotter Rotterdam
dam Rotterdam for distribution to buyers thru thru-out
out thru-out Holland, according to a telegram
received by T. A. Jennings, one of the
largest dealers of this section, from
Senator D. U. Fletcher.
According to this telegram the Brit British
ish British ambassador at Washington has
advised Senator Fletcher that war
vessels of Great Britain will not
molest ships carrying cargoes of this
character, when they are consigned to
Rotterdam.
Come to our fountain when you
want the best hot or cold drinks. The
Court Pharmacy.
We also continue to
make $15 Suits and
Overcoats.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915

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Soda Water, Cigars, and Cigarettes
win be sold only for CASH Hereafter
By J. J. GERIG, Proprietor

STOCK ASSOCIATION
MEETING AT SAIJFOBD

are absolutely unable to attend in per-
son. Trusting to hear from you soon'
with any suggestions that may help!

CANDIES.

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County Men are Interested

the convention, and hoping to meet:
you in the new county early in Febru-

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C. L. Willoughby, Sec.
Marion j Gainesville, Fla., Jan. 25, 1915.

WINDSOR HOTEL AND PARK
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JACKSONVILLE, CHICAGO and ST, LOUIS
Re-Established January 6, 1915

Northbound DAILY Southbound

9:35 AM Lv... ............. ..Jacksonville.... ....Ar 7:30 PM

5:08 PM Ar. .Macon. .... .Lv 11:45 AB

8:03 PM Ar. Atlanta... Lv 8:35 AM
12:13 AM Ar. . ....... .Chattanooga. ... Lv 4:37 A&

4:50 AM Ar. .....Nashville... Lv 12:10 AM
9:28 AM Ar. .Evansville. Lv 7:30 M
6:35 Pm Ar... .Chicago: Lv 11:30 AM
2:59 PM Ar. St. Louis Lv 2:15 PM
Solid train Compartment Observation Cars, Standard Pullman Cars
and Coaches-between Jacksonville and Chicago. Standard Pullman Sleej Sleej-ers
ers Sleej-ers Jacksonville to St. Louis.
DINING CARS

By authority of the president and
executive committee, I hereby issue
call for the annual meeting of the
Florida State Live Stock Association
to convene at Sanford, February 3rd,
4th and 5th, to be held under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Seminole County Fair.
We have delayed a few weeks in call calling
ing calling the meeting to permit some of our
members to be through with the
orange crop, and also to hold the meet meeting
ing meeting at a time that will be close to the
regular session of the legislature of

Florida.
The people of the section around
Sanford and the great Kissimmee

river valley are anxious to assist with
the recent movement for more and bet better
ter better live stock, and are very anxious to
get organized and to help our associa association
tion association work, to the mutual advantage
of all parties concerned. The time
allowed us for advertising the meet meeting
ing meeting is quite short, but we believe that
if you and others are interested in the

matter will take hold Vigorously, we

can have just as good a meeting as if
it had been advertised much longer.
We have already invited officials
from the U. S. department of agri agriculture
culture agriculture at Washington, to come and
assist with the convention, including
Prof. Geo. M. Rommel, chief of the
animal husbandry division; Prof. B. H.
Rawl, chief of the dairy division and
Dr. E. M. Nighbert, veterinary in inspector
spector inspector in charge of cattle tick eradi eradication
cation eradication work in Georgia and Florida;

also our good friend Dr. Peter F.
Bahnson, state veterinarian of
Georgia, and our own officials of the
state board of health, in eluding Dr.
Chas. F. Dawson, veterinarian. We
expect to have lectures and illustra illustrations
tions illustrations on all topics that properly belong
'o live stock work, including proper
methods of breeding and feeding beef
cattle, dairy cattle an hogs, and com complete
plete complete description of modern equip equipment
ment equipment such as dipping vats, silos and
Lhe necessary machinery for conduc

ting beef and dairy production. We
will make further announcement of

the names of the speakers as fast as

definite arrangements can be made.

We will have the help of all the

officers of the College of Agriculture,
the Agricultural Experiment Station,

and the Agricultural Extension Divi

sion of the University of Florida, at
Gainesville, that may be necessary to

give all the information desired. You

may feel sure that there will be a mes

sage for every one who is interested

in beef, dairy or swine production.

We shall also try to use as many of
the local speakers from the Sanford
and Kissimmee sections as possible

and give ample opportunity for all

members to give their experiences. We

are announcing .a meeting of three
days in order to give plenty of time

fQr full discussion of these topics and

still be able to devote part of each

day to inspecting the exhibits at the

Seminole County Fair. The authori

ties of this fair assure us that they

will have a good display of live stock

on this occasion, well worth coming

many miles to see

One of the most important things
for this meeting is to decide upon

some measures that should be pre

RATI tod to the attention of the next

legislature. With proper help from

the state, the live stock industry can

soon be made to fill the important

place it deserves in our industries

Every member should come prepared

to stand by whatever the majority

may decide is best. We should have
no halfway measures, nor any dis disgruntled
gruntled disgruntled kickers when the meeting is
over. We need to get some live men
into this issue and push matters for forward,
ward, forward, like we mean business in order
to secure results. The association
will be a powerful force if you and all

the other members will make it so.
Please let us hear from you with the
good news that you intend to be at
Sanford one or more of these days,
also please tell your neighbors about
this matter and see if you can bring

several from your community with

FREE DEMONSTRATION
AND SALE

The home economics committee of
the Woman's Club will hold a sale and
free demonstration at the Cam Cam-Thomas
Thomas Cam-Thomas grocery store next Friday,5
Jan. 29th, for the purpose of raising;
funds to furnish the kitchen of the!
new club house. Homemade candy, j
cakes, candies, salads and the demon-j
strations will be as follows:
Rolls, Fleishmans Yeast 10 A. M. ;

Baking powder biscuit and Brick J I
City blend coffee, 11 A. M. i
Swedish Timbales, 2 P. M. j
Orange fritters, 3 P.M.
Mayonnaise, 4 P. M.
Henry Clay flour, Snowdrift and
Wesson Cooking Oil of the Southern;
Cotton Oil Co., will be the principal j

products demonstrated.
3t. Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chm'n.

Of unequalled QUALITY,
such qs cfojArftixei the re re-salt
salt re-salt of extraordinary care
t watchfulness In the pur purchase
chase purchase of only the Highest
Grade of Raw Materials.
The -workmanship also
Is watched as carefully
and the same unremitting
'watchfulness enters into
the manufacture of our
Cups, Rars, Drops and
other Counter Goods as In
our BONBONS, COCOA
and CHOCOLATES.
If yon want Nonrlshini,
Streak thenlni Chocolate, vrith
lieal Food Value, and at thm
sunt time Xia-rlnd a pleasant
taste, try oar PEANUT CHOC CHOCOLATE
OLATE CHOCOLATE or ChocoL&te Dipped
TILLS CU IT.

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PLAYGROUNDS IN CITIES

riJLCXO ANTWHEEE, EVEHWZIES3

In Dallr. Week Weekly.
ly. Weekly. SundAy Pi Pipers
pers Pipers & M&f
clnee. Lowest

rate. Prompt. I

Fre estimates.

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nta you on tsjein enure caarfe eg yaey
rerUslna- interests. References froza s&i

A report given out recently in the nnts. Pnone eui.
Playground and Recreation Associa- MONTGOMERY ;
tion of America includes the follow-: ADVERTISING COHFAHY, KC j
mg interesting statements: j J gmaJLmt&Z&J
Thirty years ago playgrounds were;
almost unthought of. Today it hasj

been proved that almost any city, with ;
the help of the association's experi-
enced field men, can secure not one;

playground but a municipal recrea recreation
tion recreation system side by side with the
school system.

Jane Adams and Dr. Charles W.:
Elliott, in a letter regarding the asso association
ciation association have said:

"There are few opportunities for

contributing more effectively to the J

essning of juvenile disease and crime1

producing social and industrial ef-j

ficiency and increasing the joy of
life' i

Birmingham, Ala.; Dayton, Ohio;

Ishpeming, Mich.; Kansas City, Mo.;
Lynchburg, Va.; Montreal, Canada;

Red Bank, N. J.; Scanton, Pa.; Sioux
City, Iowa; Tampa, Fla.; and Wheel Wheeling,
ing, Wheeling, W. Va.; have all established year year-round
round year-round recreation systems during the
last twelve months and Indianapolis,
Ind., and Rochester, N. Y., have had
assistance in trying to develop more
comprehensive municipal recreation.

Eighty-three American cities have

now what all communities need, play
leaders employed throughout the year.

Twenty-four million of the country's

thirty million children live in commu communities
nities communities where playgrounds or other or

ganized recreation activities are not
available throughout the year. For
over twenty-one million of these child children
ren children there are not even summer play

grounds.

DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED

By local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf deafness,
ness, deafness, and that is by 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 this tube be
restored to its normal condition,

hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one hundred dol dollars
lars dollars for any case of deafness (caused
by catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars,
culars, circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by druggists, 75c. Toledo O.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv
COUNTRY PEOPLE
WELCOME AT THE LIBRARY

NOTICE
- Of Animals Impounded
To Whom It May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals which have
been found running at large within
the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
said city:
One red and white cow marked with
crop and split in right ear; crop and
undersquare in left.
The owner thereof or his agents
and all whom it may concern is-

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hereby notified that if the animal is
not claimed and all expenses of tak- j

ing and impounding thereof are not
pUd within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 27th, day of
January, 1915, I will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale'
to take place between the hours of
11 a. m. and 3 p. m., on said day at

the city pound, in Ocala, Florida.
W. F. Adams,
It Marshal City of Ocala. j
Round cf Pleasure. j
"Well." mused six-year-old Harry as j
be was being buttoned into a clean
white suit, "this has been an exciting
week, hasn't it, mother? Monday we
went to the zco, Wednesday I lost
a tooth, Thursday was Lily's birthday j

party, Friday I was side, yesterday-If
had my hair cut; and now here I aaj
rushing off to Sunday school!" I

Miss Louise Gamsby, the librarian
in charge of the library, which noTf
has its quarters in the Marion County
Board of Trade room, says she wishes
the country people to inow that they
are welcome to come to the librarr
at any time and read the boons. Also
that there are a iarge number of
magazines there to be given out to
those who wish them, magazines that
have been given by different persons
who have finished with them.

Feel like trying a Scotch hlghba1!

TRY THIS FOR NEURALGLV I
Thousands of people keep on suffer-
ing with neuralgia because they do.
not know what to do for it. Neuralgia j
is a pain in the nerves. What you want:
to do is. to soothe the nerve itself.'
Apply Sloan's Liniment to the sur-j
face over the painful part -do not rut(
it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrated very,
quickly to the sore, irritated nerve,
and allays the inflammation. Get t:
bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 21
cents of any druggist and have it in
the house against cold3, sore and
swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and
like ailments. Your money back if

not satisfied, but it does give almost,

instant relief. m

The "Earnest Workers" of tht
Methodist Sunday school will give t
series of silver teas at the residency
of their teacher, Mrs. J. M. Grosr
The first one will be a valentine te
given on the afternoon and evenin;
of Friday, Feb. 12. The public ij
cordially invited to attend. I

We fill your prescriptions ju?t

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STANDARD RADLROAD OF THE SOUTH

you. If you will give us by return (any other kind if you do not lik5they should be, and get them to yoj
v,o rmp nf some accmaintances the Scotch) then try one at Johnny's in the shortest possible time. Phon'

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who ought to be in this work, we will j Place.
send them this circular. Asa last re-j
enrt irindl v send vour membership fee i Pillans' Famous

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Florida syrup in j The best gin rickey in the city

of SI to help the good cause, if you! bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf j served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf



OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915

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and better times are
coming in spite of the
war.
Again we would urge
you to make some ob observations
servations observations of your own-long-distance
observa observations.
tions. observations. If you want to make a
substantial investment
in real estate, do not de delay.
lay. delay. Better times will bring
better prices, and some
properties now on the
market will be taken off.
LOUIS R. CHAZ&L
& SONS CO.
REAL ESTATE
Holder Building
Telephone 228
P. O. Box 475
Ocala, Fla.
plendid Farm
or Sale
Very cheap for cash or can
make favorable terms or will
trade for city property. See
or write J. H. BR1NSOM,
OWNER
At the
Courthouse Ocala, Florida.
SHERIFF'S SALE
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 corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, is plaintiff, 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,
1915,
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m.,;the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit:
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 envelopes,
velopes, envelopes, one lot sanitary drinking
cups in cases, one -lot 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 fancy scissors, one lot tie
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
pericils, one lot penholders, one lot
writing tablets, one lot novels, one lot
. 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,
cne 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 good3, 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
AUTOS DAY AND NIGHT
By calling phone 251 or 516 you
can get auto service at all hours; re responsible
sponsible responsible chauffeurs and charges rea
sonable. Van Boney, Owner. 1-5-tf
OAK AjD PINE WrOOD,
First class wood, any length, quick
delivery; Call phone 3M, four rings.
J. M. Potter. 18-6t

BDSI

MPS

SUPPRESSING THE HEWS

(A. H. H. in Tampa Tribune)

I x-w uup Ku u.c WViw ux j After the judge fijed hjs CQm
newspaper office when the problem of (mission from the governor as judge of;
whether or not to displease some indi- j the circuit for the balance of the
vidual or group of individuals, does I present term., the roll of jurors show-j
v, ,o,r ;ac. i.Jed H present. The jury for the
snot come up. And many times, tnei . i
1 : week is as follows: i
j reporter has the same choice to make James A. Luffman, L. B. Jordan,!
regardless of the fact that the aver-j Samuel Carter, Geo. ,W. Brant, Sr.,!
j age citizen knows that the policy of a t. F. Morgan, O. H. Rogers, L. O.!
! i t !- 1

inewspaper is usually entirely inae- j
j pendent of any member of the force.
I Frequently a man, otherwise intell intell-I
I intell-I igent, appears at a newspaper office
with the request that this or that piece
I of news be kept out of print, As a rule
his grounds for the request are that
some person, organization or locali locality
ty locality will be harmed by its publication.
How strange it is that persons believe
they have the right to ask such a con concession
cession concession in regard to news, which is
generally public property, and is the
result of carelessness of the rights of
others, or cupidity on the part of the
one making the request.
Time and time again in answer answering
ing answering these peculiar demands it is ex
plained that if the paper were to do
as they asked, it would soon find it itself
self itself in a position to grant the same
thing to everybody who had in .any
way gotten into an unfavorable light
and wished the illumination quickly
extinguished. The usual form follow followed
ed followed in asking for the suppression of
news is that "the public would not
be interested, and it would hurt so-
and-so, or this or that place, or this j
or that venture." And another favor-
ed argument is that, "you know how
s m -)
you'd feel if situated similarly."
' We wonder if these people ever stop
to consider that a newspaper is in
ine commercial neia as a purveyor oi i
j. ..'
news ; mat it nas a tacit understand--
ing with its readers that it will pub publish
lish publish what happens in the community
Sand in the world, as far as it is able
to obtain these happenings and then
leaves to its readers judgement of the
case of circumstance after an unbias-!
ed presentation.
Men become involved in a physical;

encounter, get drunk and create a 1 stomach is given aid at this stage--sufficient
disturbance to be arrested j r gi''s Se
and brought to court, drive automo- j Medical Discovery (in tablet or liquid
biles at excessive rates of speed and j form.) It has the same power to set
knock down persons, and do various j you right as it has been proved to have
other things which have subsequent j n thousands of. other, cases. It will

developments or not, as the case may
be, and then come to the newspapers j
with the request that it be kept out of
print. And if the paper printed noth-
irig of the happenings in a case where I
there was real news in the incident, it
would not be long before its readers
would begin to say that it played fav favorites,
orites, favorites, suppressed news for a consider consideration,
ation, consideration, or was sound asleep and their
subscription, would go elsewhere.
But one of the most irrational re requests
quests requests along this line is that made
by bodies of citizens or organizations,
to suppress news of a character sup
posedly' harmful to the community. Iti
has often happened that newspapers
have been threatened with boycott for
publishing the facts of the prevalence
of an epidemic, of business depression,
of the presence of a great number of
crooks and criminals, or other condi conditions
tions conditions which lend themselves most har harmoniously
moniously harmoniously to the very silence so fool foolishly
ishly foolishly demanded as a means of doing
away with them.
"There is one newspaper, so called,
in Florida, which has gone so far in
this fanatic attempt to deceive out outsiders
siders outsiders as to real conditions in the place
where it is published, that it never
prints a story of the killing of a rat rattle
tle rattle snake in its environs, fearing that
by doing so it will deter some possible
settler.
News is news, and newspapers must
justify their name or become some something
thing something else. Facts must be printed for
the reason that the public is buying
the facts, and all the facts the paper
can serve to them. Scandal, skull
duggery and blackmail have no place
in average American, journalism, but
facts have, and so has the exposition
of wrongful conditions regardless of
who is temporarly embarrassed.
And newspapers in possession of
facts of general interest, such sa fi financial
nancial financial failures, banckruptcies and
other occurrences of like nature, wbich
they do not publish are dishonest and
pursuing a policy oi iraud oy tne
omission, which is as great a misap misapplication
plication misapplication of the trust imposed upon
them as the commission of any other
wrongful act.
Good oak or pine wood, any length,
prompt delivery. Phone 3M, four
rings. J. M. Potter. 18-6t

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

The circuit court convened Monday I
afternoon after a recess of several j
Jays, with Judge Home, of the third!
I circuit, on the bench.
Booher, D. E. Doggers, J. M. Mock,
John C. Hale,C. L. Beck arid A. C.j
White.
The latter two were excused, Mr.:
Beck on account of not being a resi-j
dent of the county, and Mr. White
on account of being over the age limit.
The judge then took up the matter
of setting dates for hearing the civil
cases appearing on the docket. Judge
Home announced that he was dis disqualified
qualified disqualified in a case of the Crystal Riv
er Lumber Company vs Dunnellon
Phosphate Company on account of
having been connected with the form former
er former company as attorney at the time
the suit began.
HOW SOLDIERS LIVE AND FIGHT
IN THE TRANCHES
London, Jan. 23. When it rains
the trenches are half filled with water.
The cold is always of the damp, pene penetrating,
trating, penetrating, dreadful kind that chills to the
very marrow. Hot food is served three
times a day to the men in the trenches
by other soldiers, who scurry like rab
bits through long uncovered tunnels
-n tnJ guriS
These men in the trenches must
m i i 1 i jl. I. il.
have good food in order that they can
have good blood, and if they have good
blood, they have good courage, they
keep warm because their circulation is
iSOod and their extremities are warm
. r 1
irom exercise, iviany men are mvai-
iueu, However, oecause weu uiwu nu
their stomach were not right to with-
i ctnnrl tVit ntvfnl hnrdsh ins nf this win
ter campaign.
When you do not properly, digest
your food your blood becomes thin and
every organ of the body soon feels the
effect. The result is headaches,
sleeplessness, nervouseness and many
other symptoms due to accumulation
of poisons in the body. Unless the
nourish and sustain you and
make good reviving blood. It will en-
able you to get rid of the waste a slug
gish liver and irregular bowels have
rf" tu rtW,uu,uu,i6U 111 J'UU1 BJfaT
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery is composed of known native
healing remedial roots and herbs with
no alcohol nor narcotic drugs to give
you harmful habits. It can now be
obtained in tablet or 'liquid form from
dealers, or. send 50 stamps for box of
tablets.
Adress: Dr. Pierce, Invalid's Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 1.
Haydn and Church Music.
Carpani, the poet, once s asked his
friend, Haydn, "how it happened that
his church music was almost always
of an animating, cheerful and even
gay description." To this Hadyn's
answer was: "I cannct make it oth otherwise.
erwise. otherwise. I write according to the
thoughts which Is feel. When I think
upon God my' heart is so full of joy
that the notes dance and leap, as it
were, from my pen, and since God
has given me a cheerful heart, it will
be easily fcrgiven me that I serve
him with a cheerful spirit."
STOP THE COLDS; THEY
OFTEN RESULT SERIOUSLY
Colds, croup and whooping cough
are children's ailments which need
immediate attention. The after aftereffects
effects aftereffects are often most serious. Don't
take no risk you don't have to. Dr.
King's New Discovery checks the cold,
soothes the cough, allays the inflam inflammation,
mation, inflammation, kills the germs and allows
nature to do her healing work. 50c at
your druggist. Try a bottle today, m
Uncle Eben.
'De young man dat has a good pa
an' a good ma," said Uncle Eben,
"don't need to go no furder in brag brag-gin'
gin' brag-gin' 'bout his ancestry."
COUGH MEDICINE
FOR CHILDREN
Never give a child cougn 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, adv

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Neither has been driven 10,000 miles.
Apply at Star Office
Phone 51

TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS
I will be at the following- precincts
to receive tax returns for 1915:
January.
- No. 30 'Martel, 25-th, a. m. '
No. 4 Ootton Plant, 2th, p. m.
No. 6 Heidtville, 26th, 10 a. m. to
2 p. .m.
No. 24 Dunnellon, 27th.
No. 5 Romeo, 28Ui, 10 a. m. to 2 p.
m.
No. 20 Clitchton, 29th, 10 a. in. to 3
p. m.
February, 1015
No. 29 Kendrick, 3rd, a. m.
No. 18 Martin, 3rd, p. ra.
No. 18 L.awcll, 4th, a. m.
No. 2 Reddick, 4th, p. m.
No. 31 Fairfield, 5th, a. m.
No. 3 Flemihgton, 5th, p. m.
No. 32 Central, 6th, a. m.
No. 32 Geiser, 6th, p. m.
No. 22 Mcintosh, 8th, 9 a. m. to 2
p. m.
No. 7 Shady, 9th. p. m.
No. 21 .Santos, 10 Lh, 8 to 9 a. m.
No. 21 Bclleview, 10th, 10 a. m. to
3 p. m.
No. 23 Pedro, 11th, -i. m.
No. 28 Levon, 11th, p. m.
No. 8 Summerficld, ; 12th, a. m.
No. 25 Candler, 13th, a. m.
No. 9 Ok la-wan a, 13th, p. m.
No. 19 'East lake, 15th, a. m.
No. 19 Weirsdalc, ISth, p. m.
No. 10 Moss Bluff, 16th, a. m.
No. 10 Klectra, 16th, p. m.
No. 11 Lynne, 17th, 8 to 10 a. m.
No. '11 Graahmville, 17th, 11 a. m.
to 1 p. m.
No. 11 Connor, 17th, 1 to 4 p. m.
No. 12 Churchar, 18th, 11 a. m. to 2
p. m.
No. 27 Eureka, 19th, a, m.
No. 13 Fort McCoy, 19th, p. m.
No. 13 Burbcvnk, 20th, a. :m.
No. 14 Orange pi ings, 20th, p. m.
No. 17 Ajithony. 22nd, a. m.
No. 26 Sparr, 22nd, p. m.
No. 13 Pine, 2Srd, a. m.
No. 16 Cltra. 23rd, p. m.
No. 15 Linadale, 25th, 11 a. m. to 2
p. m.
No. 1 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 impossible to make c hanges.
ALFRED AYER,
I-22-tf w Assessor.
All Must Be Well Done.
Nothing is done well enough for
the present which is not well enough
for all time. The idea that imperfec imperfection?,
tion?, imperfection?, are of no consequence now, and
that the crcoked lines can be straight straightened,
ened, straightened, and the rough corners smoothed
off by and by has put many a worker
In the failure class.
MANY DISORDERS
COME FROM THE LIVER
i Are iou just ai uaas wiin ioureeui
t . v i il v ten
Do You Regulate Living?
Are you sometimes at odds with
yourself and with the world? Do you
j wonder what ails you ? True you may
be eating regularly and sleeping welL
Yet something is the matter! Consti Constipation,
pation, Constipation, headache, nervousness and bil bilious
ious bilious spells indicate a sluggish liver.
The tried remedy is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Only 25c at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for skin erup eruptions,
tions, eruptions, m

s

Sal

Rooting Slips In Water.
The amateur flower grower will find
that the quickest and best method of
rooting slips of geraniums, nastur nasturtiums,
tiums, nasturtiums, etc., is by placing them in a
glass of. water In a sunny window. In
a few days the roots start, and they
can then bs planted in soil. From a
single plant one may have a colleo colleo-tion
tion colleo-tion of plants for bedding, such aa
would cost a dollar .or two at tha
greenhouse.
CHILDREN'S COUGHS.
CHILDREN'S COLDS
When one of your little ones shows
symptoms of approaching cold, give
it Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey at once once-It
It once-It acts quickly, and prevents the cold
growing worse. Very healing
soothes the lungs,, loosens the mu mucous,
cous, mucous, strengthens the, system. Its.
guaranteed. Only 25c at your drug druggist.
gist. druggist. Buy a bottle today. Bucklen's
Arnica Salve for sores. m
Fan-Shap&d Tree.
Elm trees have been planted in the
squared and parks of our city where
you may make their acquaintance.
They are trees you can learn to rec recognize
ognize recognize 2 a, distance because of their
general form or habit of growth. A
well-grown tree is broad and rather
fiat across the tcp. and for this rea reason
son reason it is called a fan-shaped tree.
See P. A. Durand, the plumber, tin tinner
ner tinner and gas fitter. All kinds of sheet
metal, work made or repaired. Tanks
of any kind made. Roofing and gut gutters
ters gutters of all kinds. Plumbing in all its
branches done; steam, gas and water'
pipe fittings. Any job done by me is
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Phone 494. Office 614 East Adams
street, Ocala, Fla. 1-14-tf
Where She Doesn't Understand.
Whenever -says a Macon editor, a
felfow tries to be as nice to hi3 wife
as he was In the good old days when
he was courting her she at once be begins
gins begins to wonder what's the matter with
the old fool.
NEW SPRING SEED
Our new seeds for spring planting
for both field and garden, are now in.
We can furnish them in any quantity
on short notice.
13-tf Bitting & Mathews,
410 N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
Pillans' Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf



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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2S, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
- PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General 3Ianager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Or'a, Fla., iustoffice as second class matter.

PHONE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

' (Domestic)
One year, in advance. ... . $5.00
Six moDths, In advance. 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
On month, in advance..... .50
The German Zeppelins have at least
enforced quite an effectual curfew
lar on the British.
The Daytona Journal has a new
linotype, which will not only greatly
improve the paper, but is a sure sign
oft prosperity and good business.
jNo matter whether one agrees
with the Times-Union on public ques questions
tions questions or not, no one can help being
impressed by its quiet but steady en encouragement
couragement encouragement of everything that tends
to improvement in the state. Its
commendation and explanation of ev ev-eify
eify ev-eify good work that comes within its
kin is ready and illuminating. Its
policy on this line is helpful to a
la.rge number of individuals and ben beneficial
eficial beneficial to the state.
Travel down the west coast is
heavy this winter. The night trains
on the Atlantic Coast Line are carry carrying
ing carrying their usual long line of Pullmans
to St. Petersburg, Bellair and the
other points much favored by tour tourists.
ists. tourists. The "Pinellas Special," which
goes up one day and down the next,
is a fine, fast train, and always car carries
ries carries a crowd. The Seaboard Air Line
is doing a big business with its limit limited
ed limited and night local trains into St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, but doesn't seem to have
cut A. C. X. business down any, so
there must be more tourists this year
than ever before.
- TP? ft tv Ttnnnaxr is in constant.
communication with Mr. G. Z. Phillips
of the Seaboard Air Line, a great
baseball enthusiast, who is doing all
he can to aid in the plan to have Con-
me MacK oi tne rmiaaeipnia aui-
letics arid his world-famous team
stop in Ocala on their way to Tampa
are willing to stop and play for a
"very moderate amount, which can al almost
most almost certainly be raised if the other
arrangements are made. Mr. John
Boisseau, the Seaboard local agent, is
"also displaying much diligence in the
matter while Mr. C. W. Hunter, of
the' Ocala baseball team, is keeping
his end up by putting the diamond in
the best of shape.
The Seaboard Air Line is certainly
doing a big business this winter with
its limited trains. Everybody that
goes up or down the line is anxious
to ride on them, and sometimes the
agents are obliged to make people
wait for the locals, as it is not the
policy of the road to allow the cars to
be overcrowded. The extension to St.
Petersburg was welcome to the trav
eling public, the Seaboard taking
many passengers in and out on the
limited, also a good many on the night
locals, which carry Pullmans in and
out of the Sunshine City.
The Journal would not have made
any charge against Congressman
Clark or any other public man had it
not known whereof it spoke. The
proof will be forthcoming whenever a
competent man to represent the sec second
ond second district in Congress becomes a
candidate against Mr. Clark, much of
it having already been presented to
the people of his old district ill a for former
mer former campaign when he barely secur secured
ed secured a majority vote, despite all the in influence
fluence influence the railroads and special in
terests could muster in his behalf. To
present the entire indictment against
Mr. Clark at this time would accom accomplish
plish accomplish little good, for peopfe are prone
to forget between elections, and the
Journal will wait to be charged with
descending into the mire and throw throwing
ing throwing mud as it will be until some
good may be accomplished. Daytona
Journal.
Its the Star's opinion that the Jour-
nal will have to snrini? something-
.
fresh on the neoDle of the second dis
trict if it expects to make much of
a dent in Mr. Clark. The charges

51

(Foreign)
One year- in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
against him in 1912 were passed on
by the people of his district, and to
rake them up again would be like
bringing a man back into court after
he had been acquitted. The law
would forbid the latter, and we think
public sentiment would rebuke the
former. If Mr. Clark neglects his
duty during his present term, or the
one to which he was elected last No November,
vember, November, or if a better man comes out
against him in 1916, he may be beat beaten,
en, beaten, but raking up the old charges
which his constituents turned down in
1912 would be unjust and useless.
A PENALTY OF IMPROVEMENT
Twenty years ago, nothing but an
absolute lack of paper or ink could
have crippled the Star. The electric
plant or the gas plant or anything
else in town might have broken down,
but the printers in the office would
set the type and make the press turn
and been as independent as a wood wood-sawyer.
sawyer. wood-sawyer. Yesterday, a very small part of the
quarter-horsepower on the motor that
runs the Star's linotype wore out
after several years of use. If it had
been part of a sixty-horsepower auto,
it could have been replaced in a few
minutes. But as it was, there was no
spare duplicate nearer than New Or
leans.
The Star called in Lawton Bailey.

one of the city's smartest electricians, rnake anything, he simply takes what
and after several hours work he and a higher power has made and brings
the linotype operator managed to fit them together in such a way as to
in and adjust the broken part. A lino- make them of use to the world, and
type is in a class by itself. It must's Mr- R- certainly done that and
make a revolution a minute too f ast j deserves much credit for it. Mr. Car Car-or
or Car-or too slow, and adjusting its parts is 1 negie and .his associates did not make
about as delicate a job as adjusting a the ir01 re which they use, neither

watch. So by the time it was finish finished,
ed, finished, it was too late to set any type for
the day.
Luckily the Star yet has men who
can set type in the old-fashioned way,
so they managed to get out a paper,
even tho it was shy of local news and
looked like a handbill.
The Cam-Thomas Company; whose
advertisement runs in the Star, is do doing
ing doing a good thing for itself and the
county in the wording of it this week.
It gives a list of the different Marion
county products on sale by the firm.
There are twenty-three different ar articles,
ticles, articles, and the list shows indisputa indisputably
bly indisputably that the people of this section can
live at home. On the list is not flour,
salt, coffee, tea, nor sugar, five al almost
most almost indispensable articles. However,
there is corn, and conmeal could take
the place of flour better than any anything
thing anything else. Marion county has no salt,
but salt has been manufactured in the
creeks and bays of the gulf in twen-'
ty-five miles of our border, and could
be again. We do not make sugar,
but we could, and we have plenty of
syrup and some honey the next
things to it. Of coffee and tea, we
have none, but we could do without,
might be better off if we had to.
There is a number f Marion county
products not on the Carn-Thomas list,
but what there is shows that we have
a fertile land and one that is wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully diversified in its products. This
advertisement is also representative
of all the bunch of counties contig
uous to Marion. Its queer how the
idea ever became prevalent that
Florida couldn't be self-supporting.
. The editor of the Star had the
pleasure Sunday of a visit to Belle Belleview,
view, Belleview, which is almittedly one of the
prettiest and best kept towns in the
state. The people take a genuine
and unanimous interest in the ap appearance
pearance appearance of their town, and it always
looks neat and well cared for. The
care bestowed on the magnificent
frpps fVint pftiisfi thf tmvn tn bf" rnllpri
"The City of Oaks," is an object les-
- j
- son to other places. The civic league;
is going ahead with its new club
house which is going to be a great

j convenience to its members and an ment, but he knows many people in
i ornament to the town. The public Ocala who make it an everyday prac prac-j
j prac-j library is one of the most handsome tice to go without things they need to
! and appropriately constructed build- j assist others. Some we know who

j ings of the sort in the county, and
awakens the admiration of all who j

see it. The Belleview "grotto" is one and if he knows so many in his limit limit-of
of limit-of the scenic spots of the county. It j ed circle of acquaintance, how many
is a natural well of water at the bot- j must there be in our great nation
torn of a bowl over fifty feet deep, j with its hundred million people. Mr.
The well itself is 200 feet deep and Voorhees doesn't know much about
filled with perfectly clear water. An Ocala, but, its people are much like

exterior view would cause one to say
the place is more of a sink than a
grotto, but a man in a diving suit
would probably find passages to a
genuine fairy palace or two leading
out from the well, which is believed to
communicate with Lake Lillian half a
mile away, and a pretty little sheet
of water itself. The principal reason
for Belleview is that it is a semi semi-tropical
tropical semi-tropical home for a number of north northern
ern northern people of means and good taste,
who prefer to spend as much of their
lives as possible in the genial climate
of our favored land. While in Belle Belleview
view Belleview the editor was a guest at the
hospitable home of Mr. C. A. Tre Tre-mere,
mere, Tre-mere, one of the leading merchants
of the place. His eldest daughter,
Miss Ellie, has been the Star's Belle Belleview
view Belleview correspondent for some years.
She is a very, bright young lady with
a natural talent for newspaper work.
She has always given entire satis satis-faction
faction satis-faction to the Star, and we intend to
retain her services as long as possi possible.
ble. possible. Although a resident for over
twenty years of Marion county, the
editor had never had a good oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity before to have a good look at
"The City of Oaks," but he hopes to
.see it oftener in future.
ANOTHER NOTE FROM
, MR. VOORHEES
Editor Star: I have read your edi editorial
torial editorial answer to my article in refer reference
ence reference to the good a person does in this
world, etc. You say I am amusing
well to be able to amuse the public
is a great thing, but I think the Star
man has some amusement features
also. In reference to Mr. Rockfeller,
the editor says he did not make oil.
of course he did not. Man did not
did the great sugar men make their
raw product. 'As to the poorer peo-
I pie denying themselves to help others,
the writer will venture this: There
is not a person in Ocala, not even
the Star man, who would go without
things to eat or wear, to assist some someone
one someone else. Those that help have simp simply
ly simply got more than they need and feel
that they' can spare some for others.
Mr. f Rockefeller has built up an im immense
mense immense fortune by good business meth methods,
ods, methods, economy, .thrift, etc., and I am of
the opinion that the Star man's for fortune
tune fortune would not be less if he had the
"know how" and the opportunity.
We do not know whether Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller is going to hell or not we
very much doubt it but if he does,
he may meet up with a representa
tive of the Star. If the camel and
the needle's eye applies, Heaven will
be mighty thinly populated for those
who are not rich are trying with might
and main to get that wray and if they
don't it is not their fault.
C. H. Voorhees.
Mr. Voorhees is not the only per
son who has set up Mr. Rockefeller
for a patron saint and contemplated
him so long and earnestly that his de
votion has impaired his eyesight.
Millions of hard-handed, sweating
Americans, who died too poor to pay
for their own funerals have done more
toward "taking what a greater power
has made and bringing them together
in such a way as to make them of
use to the world." Mr. Rockefeller
has distinguished himself by his ex
cellent business methods, which were
most beneficial to all connected with
the Standard Oil trust, but rather
rough on some folks outside of it. In
mining the oil, refining it and issuing
it to the consumer he probably did
less than many of the men working
for him. The Star is sorry for Mr.
Vonrhees if his communication with
his fellow men or his power of ob-j
servation has been so narrow that he!
can sincerely say "that there is not a j
i i i.i in.
person in ucaia wno wouia go wiin
1 out. things to eat or wear to assist!
o .
some one else." The editor of the
.
Star is not specially charitable nor;
j self-sacrificing, and he isn't dis-
tinguished enough to use in argu

make great sacrifices some devote j
their entire lives to helping others, s

the people of. .other places. We fear
he has held himself too far aloof from
them all to understand them. -r
We don't expect to meet Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller or even Mr. Voorhees in hell;
in fact, we have never thought nor
said that Uncle John was a bad man,
nor any, more given to raking off the
dollars than anybody else.1 We do not
know that he even believes in hell,
but its existence is one of the tenets
of the church he belongs to, and for
the last twenty centuries every man
who devoted his younger days to ac acquiring
quiring acquiring money and his older ones to
giving it away has been mder the
suspicion of trying to buy his way
into Heaven. It was Christ himself
who spoke of the camel and the
needle's eye we have seen more
praise for Mr. Rockefeller than for
Christ from Mr. Voorhees' pen. We
have noticed that men and women
who are generous and self-denying
seldom have more than enough, if
enough, for their own needs; and are
never able to stack up colossal for for-tunes.
tunes. for-tunes. For all we know, Mr. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller gives away his millions gladly
and without expectation of any other
reward than the joy of giving, which
is indeed a great one.
And now, with Mr. Voorhees' con consent,
sent, consent, we' will take up the next case
before the court.
FEBRUARY FOURTH
Will be Ocala Day at the Seminole
County Fair
I want to leave Ocala not later
than 7 a. m. on Feb. 4th. Let every
one having an automobile who will
join in making this trip telephone me
as early as possible, so we can go
over with a representative crowd,
thus showing our appreciation of the
"baby county's" courtesy in extend
ing the invitation as well as honor honoring
ing honoring our city in naming this date as
Ocala day.
The following car owners have so
far lined up: Mr. T. T. Munroe, Mr.
Ed. Carmichael, Mr. F. W. Ditto, Dr.
R. T. Weaver, Mr. Z. C. Chambliss,'
Mr. J. J. Gerig, Col. R. F. Rogers
and Mr. R.,T. Adams. The following
will be glad to make the trip in some
of the cars that are going: Messrs.
Marcus Frank, D. E. Mclver, D. S.
Woodrow, J. P. Galloway, C. R. Kreg Kreg-er.
er. Kreg-er.
Messrs. J. M. Meffert and J. H.
Taylor will be among those going and
taking their families in their cars.
Please phone me by the 1st so I
can get a complete list of all who will
go with their cars so we can arrange
for them all to be filled. Let Ocala
do herself proud and send the best
delegation to be present at Sanford
during their fair.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
LOCAL EGG MARKET LIVELY
The local supply of eggs is good
now, and the merchants have plenty
of them with good prices prevailing.
The Carn-Thomas Co., who make a
specialty of Marion county products,
have on hand over 300 dozen eggs and
they are fresh and fine.
PROBABLY WELL PLEASED
Are the Turks at the' Check in Mili Military
tary Military Operations
Constantinople, Jan. 26. Severe
weather has halted operations in the
Caucasus.
McKINSTRY IS THE MAN
Selected to Hand Out the Mail in the
University City
Washington, Jan. 26. The presi
dent has nominated James F. Mc Mc-Kinstry
Kinstry Mc-Kinstry as postmatser at Gainesville,
Florida.
! - ..
The federal court has closed its.
business and the officials have gone;
home. With the exception of the of- j
. i t, f :., i
- ,ieucis ucavic una iuun, ho ocooiu
in Ocala was pleasant for all concern-i
.
led.

Buy your drugs from Gerig's,iwin and Miss Mabel Willis, a young
- ; Ocala's best drug store. 9-tf j couple living near Standard.

TALK IISS
President Wilson the First Man to
Speak from the Atlantic to
the Pacific
Washington, ,; Jan. 26. President
Wilson yesterday inaugurated the first
transcontinental telephone system by
speaking directly to President Moore
of the PananWPacific exposition in
San Francisco. With Mr. Moore,
Alexander Graham" Bell, the inventor
of the telephone and': President Vail,
of the American Telephone and Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company in wire at diffrent
points, the president extended con congratulations
gratulations congratulations on the achievement.
"It appeals to the imagination to
speak across the continent," said the
president to Mr, Moorel '?
With Dr. Bell -listening in on thes
line at New York the president spoke
to Thomas A. Watson in San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. Mr. Watson was Drl Bell's elec electrician
trician electrician at the time of the invention of
the telephone and was the first per person
son person to hear a word spoken over a
telephone.
"I consider it an honor," said the
president, "to be able to express my
admiration for the inventive genius
and scientific knowledge that has
made this possible and my pride that
this vital cord should have been
stretched across America as a new
symbol of our unity and our enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. SEflATOR FLETCHER
OFFERED A SUBSTITU
Concerning Ship Purchase Which was
Favorably Reported by the Sen Senate
ate Senate Commerce Committee
-
Washington, Jan. 26, By a strict
party vote the Senate Commerce
Committee today adopted a favorable
report on the Fletcher substitute for
the ship purchase bill.
By the same vote the committee re
jected the Lodge amendment provid providing
ing providing that no interned ships of belliger belligerents
ents belligerents be purchased. The substitute
provides for a shipping, corporation
with government control of fifty-one
per cent or more, and appropriating
thriyt million with ten million immedi immediately
ately immediately available.
STOOD BY THEIR
FELLOW CITIZEN
, Oscar Barnes, expostmaster and
merchant of Lecanto, Citrus county,
tho under sentence for embezzlement,
has reason to be proud of the way his
fellow citizens are standing by him.
Mr. Barnes was found guilty in the
federal court and sentenced to
eighteen months imprisonment. Mon Monday
day Monday morning, a large number of the
citizens of Lecanto and Crystal Riv River
er River chartered a special train and came
to Ocala intending to go before the
federal court, express their confidence
in and good will for Mr. Barnes, and
ask the judge to set aside or com commute
mute commute his sentence.
On taking legal counsel, however,
they were advised otherwise. They
consulted Mr H. M. Hampton, and he
said that under the law it would be
impossible for Judge Call to reduce
the sentence for less than one year
and if he did that it would deprive the
young man of the benefits of a parole.
He advised them to go before the fed federal
eral federal pardoning board after the young
man had served a part of his term
with a recommendation from Judge
Call and he thought it would serve
a better purpose.
The delegation took Mr. Hampton's
advice. Their visit, however, was a
fine testimonial to Mr. Barnes' char character
acter character and thir own capacity for sym-
1 Pathy and helpfulness.
In the party were Messrs. Geo. W.
Hyde, Captain Howard, Dr. Irwin, A.
S. King, Harvey Edwards, W. B. Hold Holder,
er, Holder, M. H. Baum, C. A. Miller, Dr. W.
t- T" a t- T rr t
carnngion, iv. iu. lumer, j. tu.
Stevens and many others, not only
from Crystal River Jut other parts of
Citrus rmmtv.
j
: .0
j Ihe county judge has
issued a
i marriage license to Mr. Oliver Good-

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915

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Key West and Havana. They will go

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i OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f

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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

Miss Brown Hostess at Auction
Miss Helen Brown was hostess to a
charming auction party this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, honoring her lovely house
guests, Misses Ildegerte Peach of
Clayton, Ala., Flossie Byrd of Live
Oak, and Ruth ; Burton of Culpepper,
There were seven. tables of players
and the roornsn which the tables
were placed, were prettily decorated in
vari-eolored' flowers. It was the reg reg-ular
ular reg-ular meeting, of the Tuesday auction

club of whieti Miss. Brown is a mem member,
ber, member, and .giving pleasure to a number
of other, friends of the hostess broad broadened
ened broadened herinvitation list, with the re result
sult result that .the club not only enjoyed
one of its most delightful meetings,
added to by the presence of the hon hon-orees,
orees, hon-orees, but, ,its pleasure was equally
shared with a number of other auc auc-tion
tion auc-tion devotees.
In entertaining her guests Miss
Brown was assisted by her mother,
Mrs. Jake .Brown. The prizes for top
scores were a pretty box of corres correspondence,,
pondence,, correspondence,, paper and a deck of cards.
At the conclusion of he games a de delicious
licious delicious fruit .salad course with sand sand-'
' sand-' .if ,
wiches, hot chocolate and candies was
relished.
Enjoying ihe afternoon with Miss
Brown and the guests of honor were
Misses Minnie Stovall, Eugenia Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, Mary Burford, Hester and Marion
Dewey, Gertie, Peyser, Doris Murry,
Edith Williams, Bettie Mclver, Kath

leen Jackson ISthel Crosby, Adele Bit Bit-tinger,
tinger, Bit-tinger, Ellen 1 Clarkson, Dorothy
Schreiber, Ruby Gissendaner, Nellie
Gottlieb, Rosebud'Robinson, Mary Mc

Dowell, Annie, Alkinson, Mrs. W. V.
Newsom, Ji, Mrs. Herbert Lattner,
Mrs. R. N. Dosh Mrs. C. B. Ayer and

Mrs. J. Harry Walters.

Miss Minnie0 Butts has returned

from a week-end visit to Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. B.' F. Borden and chil children
dren children are home from a brief visit to

relatives at' Oxford.

Mrs. Maude Horna and children an

mother, Mrs Edwards, were week

end guests of relatives at Willistoi

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MrsH. H. Brand and daughter
Miss Hazel Brand, are guests tonight

of Mrs. E. G. Peek.

by boat from Port Tampa and will re return
turn return by the Oversea Rail Road, stopi
at Miami, Palm Beach and St. Aug-j
ustine. They will come from Palatka j
to Silver Springs on the boat and stop '.
in Ocala to visit and rest before go-j
ing back to Memphis. j

"Wildcats" Victors at Mcintosh

meet to sew. The hostess next week

will be Mrs. Borden.

Mrs. B. F. Borden. The society has.

planned to make some changes in the!

church and to finance its undertaking Saturday was a gala day for the

it will hold weekly sales, Saturday "Wildcats," Ocala's crack high school
afternoons at the store of Mr. A. E; basket ball team. The members ,ac-

Bumett, selling cakes, pies, etc. On companied by many friends went to
Monday afternoon the society will j Mcintosh in the afternoon and took

two games from the local team there.
Victory was heralded broadcast on
their return at 10 o'clock in the even evening,
ing, evening, for the merry crowd gleefully
sang the team's yell as they circled
the square and motored up and down
the avenues. The first game was
played by teams including the best
players and resulted in Ocala's favor
19 to 14. The second was fought for
by "scrub" Ocala winning again the
score being 23 to 2. Comprising the
first team were: Lillian Smith and
Callie Gissandaner, forwards; Agnes
Burford and Louise Spencer, centers;
Mary Garrett, Nettie Camp guards.
2nd team: Leslie Jackson, Alice Sex Sexton,
ton, Sexton, Rainsford Glass, sub. forwards
Sidney Perry, Theo Beckham, cen centers;
ters; centers; Louise Rentz and Kathleen Leit Leit-ner,
ner, Leit-ner, guards. Miss Bertha Smith ref ref-ereed.
ereed. ref-ereed. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp chaper chaperoned
oned chaperoned the players and with Messrs.
Sam Burford and Van Boney, took all
but four of the crowd up in cars, the
others going on the train. Accom-

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Miss Nannie Smith, who has been
visiting her cousins, Dr. and Mrs. W.

K. Lane, for several days, has return

ed to her home I in Clearwater.
Mr. and Mrs.W. A. McGuire of
Chicago, temporary residents at the
Harrington, went up to Jacksonville
Saturday to remain until, tomorrow.

Mr. and Mrs. ,H. A. Waterman

have ; as their gUfests until tomorrow

the former's sister, 3Irs. J. B..Hiers

Celebration of the Twenty-fifth Wed

ding Anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Smoak
Sunday was indeed a day long to be

remembered in the family history of

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smoak, who are

among Ocala's oldest and well known

citizens. It was their 25th wedding
anniversary, also the birthday of Mr.
Smoak and in honor of the dual event

their children from far and near gath gathered
ered gathered to spend the day with them.

An elegant dinner was served at
1 o'clock ap.d seated at the table were

Mr. and Mrs. Smoak, Mr., and Mrs.
Conner Smoak, Mr. and Mrs. William

Goin, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Smoak,
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie G. Smoak, Mr.

and Mrs. Tom Day of High Springs,

Miss Edna Smoak of Daytona, Mrs.

Tom Lang of Melbourne, Mrs. N. N.
Sparkman and Miss Van Sparkman of
Crystal River, Mr. Roy Smoak, Miss
Violet and Louise Warren Smoak,
Capt. Gibson, of Palatka, Mr. and Mrs.
Gallant and brother, Mr. F. J. Tolson
and Mr. R. Ferrell, from New Jersey,
and five grandchildren, Robert Earl,
Dorothy, Edwin and Stuart Smoak and
Anabel Day.
The table was beautiful in its deco decorations
rations decorations of baskets of pink carnations
and roses. The central feature was
the birthday cake, with pink candles
which rested in a basket of carnations,
fern and tulle. When all were seated
and God's blessing and watch care
had been asked for during the future
years, Miss Louise Warren, the young youngest
est youngest of the family came, presenting

a beautiful chest of silver which was
given to father and mother by their
eleven children. The dinner of oyster
cocktail, roasted turkey, cranberry
jelly, celery, rice, venison,, creamed
potatoes, corn, peas, pickles,, olive,
wafers, ice cream, cake and coffee.
The afternoon passed all too quick quickly
ly quickly for those who were together and not
until night came did the family and
friends separate, each going to their
own homes.
Just at leaving time the host and

hostess brought out the birthday
cake and fruit punch and served. All
joined in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Smoak
many happy returns of the day and
thanked them for the pleasure of be being
ing being with them on the day, which was
so full of happy memories:

Every tltingj Mew
Except the Name and Location
We have replaced the old drugs with new ones,
new methods of business will supplant the old ones,
new service features are being added daily. We
want you to become acquainted with us and our
modern methods of handling the drug business. We
give you personal service that will afford you indi individual
vidual individual satisfaction. The new owner has had years
of experience and stands ready to give our patrons
the benefit of it.
Come in and see the old store with modern ways.
Learn to make this your DRUG STORE. Our prices
will be found consistent with good goods.
J. G. PARRISH, Ph. G., Proprietor
Amti-Monopoly Bfiicj Slope
Phone 123

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Jlecipocity Day at the Woman's Club

Next Saturday is reciprocity day at

the Woman's Club and all club mem-

land" son of Miamvwho are visiting jjers are urged to be present at the

panying the "Wildcats" were Misses
Fannie Stanley, Mabel Meffert, Han Han-ney
ney Han-ney Ellis, Nellie Beckham, Carita
Camp and Messrs. John Tarver and

George Davis.
The Mcintosh team entertained
their guests royally. Early in the
evening a purlo was enjoyed in the
park and later the crowd adjoined
to the town hall and danced until time
for the Ocala crowd to leave for home,
' A return game will be played with
Mcintosh in February in this city.
Mrs. O. S. Dane of Newton High Highlands,
lands, Highlands, Mass., who has been the fort

night guest of her sister," Miss Ethel

Robinson at the dormitory, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Bradentown, to spend the
remainder of the winter with another
sister. Mrs. Dane had a son and
daughter studying in Germany at the
outbreak of the war and although
they were among the first of the Am Americans
ericans Americans to reach home, their baggage
arrived only a short time, before, Mrs.
Dane left for Florida.
In Sunday's issue of the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis, the society page was
adorned with a pretty picture of Miss
Josephine Bullock, with the following
notice: "Miss Josephine Van Bullock
of Ocala, whose marriage to Mr.
Thomas Simmons Trantljam of Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, will be a pretty event of Feb.
25th, has often visited her cousin,
Mrs. Robert Metcalf in this city and
was among the coterie of young girls
attending the Confederate reunion."

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Vcala relatives,..

Mortimer Goodwin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Goodwin of Woodmar-on-
Lake Weir, is now attending school in
Ocala. He is boarding with Mrs. S.
S. Duval.
.
Mr. and, Mrs. C. H. Ferguson of
Memphis, are in the city, paying a
visit to Mr. Ferguson's mother, Mrs.
A. Y. Strunk. Mr. Ferguson is a con conductor
ductor conductor on the I. C. railway.
Friends throughout the city will be
pained to learn of the illness of Mrs.
Frances Howse at her home on Ok Ok-lawaha.
lawaha. Ok-lawaha. Mrs Howse has been suffer suffering
ing suffering with an attack of grip since Fri Friday,
day, Friday, aggravated by fevex.

Lastevenine at their attractive

suburban home Mr. and Mrs. W. W.

Harriss entertained at a charmingly
appointed 6 Vo'clocjv dinner, compli complimentary
mentary complimentary to JudgeRhydon M. Call, of

k Jacksonville, a .cousin of Mrs. Har-

afternoon meeting, at 3 o'clock. The

president, Mrs. C. R. Tydings, has
extended invitations to clubs at the
following places to attend: Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Williston, Dunnellon, Belleview,

Wildwood, Leesburg, Mcintosh and
Citra and a delegation from -each is
expected. The principal speakers of
the afternoon will be Mrs. W. S. Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, of Jacksonville, president of
the Florida Federation, and Mrs. J. D.
Randall of Lawtey, vice president
from district two.
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Complimenting the lovely guests of
Miss Helen Brown, who are Misses
Ruth Burton, Oldegarte Peach and
Flossie Byrd, Miss Nellie Gottlieb
will entertain informally at auction
tomorrow afternoon, Mrs. William
Wolf Thursday afternoon and Miss
Ethel Crosby with a picnic to Silver
Springs Thursday night.
At a meeting of the Baptist sew sew-ingjeircle,
ingjeircle, sew-ingjeircle, held yesterday afternoon at
teh parsonage, the annual election of

flonicers took place, resulting as f ol-

lows: Mrs. F. E. McClane, president;
Mrs. Thomas Killebrew, vice presi

dent; Mrs. W. D. Richey, treasurer
and secretary. At the conclusion of
the meeting, which was well attended,
Mrs. Stevens served her guests to a
tempting salad course.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ferguson, of
Memphis, Tenn., are visiting their

Yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. J. E. Chace, the ladies of the
East Broadway church held a meet meeting,
ing, meeting, the purpose of which was to dis discuss
cuss discuss the renewing of the Ladies' Aid
Society of the Christian church. The
question was decided affirmatively,
and the following officers were elect elected:
ed: elected: President, Mrs. S. S. Duval; vice

president, Mrs. E. H. Martin; secre- parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Strunk.
tary, Miss Manie Taylor; treasurer. They will leave tomorrow for Tampa,

Mrs. H. W. Long was a visitor to

Ocala Saturday, the guest of Mrs. J

W. Hood. Mrs. Long leaves today for

Quincy to make her home with her

sister, Mrs. Quarterman, whose hus

band died the week after the death
of Gen. Long. Mrs. Long has been a

resident of Marion county for a num number
ber number of years, and has become very

dear to a large number of friends,

who will miss her sadly, and hope that
she can revisit them from time to

time.

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinson and

Miss Rosebud Robinson leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for Tampa to reside. Ocala re regrets
grets regrets io lose this estimable family,
but they carry with them the best
wishes of their many friends. Miss
Robinson is a popular member of the

young society set and will be greatly
missed, not only in social circles but

in church affairs, she having been a

member of Grace church choir for
some time.
Friends will learn with regret that
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Brand and daugh daughter
ter daughter are to give up their residence in
this city for the time being, if not
permanently. Mr. Brand who has
been at a sanitorium in Richmond, Va.,
has been advised to take an absolute
rest from business for several months
or a year. He is now at the home of
his mother in Sumter, S. C, and Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday Mrs. Brand and daughter and
neice, Miss Hazel Brand, of Augusta,
expect to leave for Sumter to join
him. Mrs. Brand is having their ef

fects packed ready for shipment.
Their many friends hope it will be on only
ly only a short course of time before Mr.
Brand regains his health and that

they will immediately return to Ocala
to reside.

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. 28th.
Admission, 10 cents to all; refresh refreshments
ments refreshments free. Candy will bo on sale.
Proceeds to go to the North Ocala
Union church. Come, help a good

work and enjoy a pleasant evening.

COMMODORE BICKLEY

IS IN COMMAND

The Lake Weir Yacht Club has a

new commodore. At the annual meet meeting
ing meeting on Saturday night at the club
house, W. H. Bickley of Weirsdalei
was elected to that office. He has been

one of the most loyal, active and gen

erous supporters of the club since its

organization. Vice Commodore Good Goodwin
win Goodwin was re-elected, and the offices of
secretary and treasurer were consol consolidate
idate consolidate with T. B. Pasteur of Ocala,

charged with the duties of the new

office.

The retiring treasurer, J. W. Chap Chapman,
man, Chapman, who has been zealous for years

in holding and extending the member

ship, proposed the change in adminis administrative
trative administrative offices, after having announc

ed last year that he would no longer

serve as terasurcr. The finances show showed
ed showed a healthy balance, and with the
dues for this year the club will be in

good financial position.

It was agreed to pay the Lake

Weir Club Association, incorporated,

$100 a year rent for the use of the

club house.

Dues for boat owners were reduced

to $2, thus putting both classes of
members on the same footing. The

initiation fee remains at $3.

The executive committee consists
of the officers and J. E. Klock, East East-lake,
lake, East-lake, E. J. Lytle, Stanton, and B. T.

Connard, Weirsdale. House Commit Committee:
tee: Committee: N. H. Delane, J. S. Josselyn and
R. G. Warwick, all of Eastlake.
The season's activities at the club
house will open on next Friday night
wit ha -reception tendered by the re retiring
tiring retiring commodore, Dr. H. W. Henry,
and Mrs. Henry, to Commodore Bick-

! ley and Mrs. Bickley. The program

for February entertainments will soon
be prepared.

HAD NO HEARTS

Midnight Mauraders Raided the

Homes of Newspaper Men
A burglar entered the home of Ed Editor
itor Editor Frank Harris of the Ocala Ban Banner,
ner, Banner, some time during Saturday night
or Sunday morning, and tho he had
evidently made a tour of the house,
did not take anything of value so far
as is known. The bedroom of Frank
Harris Jr., was entered and his trous trousers
ers trousers were transferred to the hall where
an examination of the pockets con convinced
vinced convinced his burglarship that there was
"nothing doing" in the way of adding
to' his bulging bank account from
that source, and he ransacked other
portions of the house with equal suc success.
cess. success. Fortunately Frank Junior had
his wallet in an inside coat pocket
nearby which was overlooked by the
caller.
On the same night some one enter entered
ed entered the home of the business manager
of the Star. The latch was pried off
the back door, and a piece oi wood was
carefully placed in the jam to prevent
its closing while the intruder was in
the house. The kitchen and pantry,
however, was as far as the visitor
could get without breaking other
locks, and he contented himself by
making off with as upply of butter,
cheese and several loares of Carter's
"five cents straight" bread which had
been corralled Saturday evening by
the frugal wife of said b. m. for Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's feasting.
Just why a burglar or burglars
should select the homes of two news newspaper
paper newspaper men to enter with the thought
of worldly gain at this season of the
struggle between the Czar and the
Kaiser is hard to imagine.
REMOVAL NOTICE

I have moved by office to the Gary
block, northwest corner second floor,
entrance betwe'en Marion Hardware
and 5 and 10 cent stores. Same phone.
No. 11. A. L. Izlar, 31. D. 20-12t

PaJbst's Blue Ribbon Beer, the
standard of the world, at Johnny's
Place. 22-tf

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche3
at any hour. Adv.

RICH LAND FOR RENT
3Irs. 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.

You can get good buttermilk at
Gerig's, fresh every day. 6-tf



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OCALA, FLORIDA.

OCALA FRATERIIAL ORDERS

MAKIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

j Marlon-Dunn Lodge rro. 19. F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
i Thursday evenings or each month at
1 7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
I A. E. Burnett, W. M.

Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

M VISITS EUROPE

By DOROTHY DOUGLAS.

STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
FOR THE YEAR 1915

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PHONE 296

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

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
IXVESJGATE.

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'o hall 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.,
meets in Vonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. D. Wilkes, N. G.
VV. L. Colbert, Secretary.

COXCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.

COLLIER BEOS.,..:. Proprietors.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

WOODMEX OF THE WrORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 meets at

the K. of P. Hall, at 7:30 p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visltin?

sovereigns are always welcome.

J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

The Management ol DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moying of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, More Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

CHAPTER XO. 13, R.

A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.

Jake Brown, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at

Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers.
Charles Goddard, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

OCALA LODGE XO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No." 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth 'Buesday even

ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. WillUms, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad

LOYAL ORDER OF MOUSE

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ACCURACY

SECURITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GEAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,;
OCALA, FLORIDA
First Consideration and Special Attention Giver to Small Tracts

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Ocala Lodge No. tjya, L. O. M.

meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. u.

Visiting brethern always welcome ic
the lodge and club house on Mag

nolia street, near postoffice.

D. Rooney, Dictator.

MRS. McCLAIN'S EXPERIENCE

WITH THE OtOUF

"When my boy. Ray, was small he

was subject to croup, and I was al

ways alarmed at such times. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far
better than any other for this trou

ble. It always relieved him quick

ly. I am never without it in the

house for I know it is a positive cure
for croup," writes Mrs. W. R. Me-

Clam, Blairsville, Pa. i?or sale by all

dealers. Adv.

Best Way to Ke;p Apples.
The best vessels in which to keep
apples are crates or baskets that per permit
mit permit ventilation, and also permit han handling
dling handling the fruit to prevent bruising.
When it commences to reach its full
stage of ripening it is well to sort it
occasionally, and remove and use any
that are commencing to decay, or that
are becoming soft or overripe. Firm
specimens can be wrapped in pieces
of ordinary newspaper and put in ven ventilated
tilated ventilated crates, baskets or barrels in a
cool place, and there kept for a longei
time than when not so wrapped.

EXCELLENT FOR

STOMACH TROliBLE

Copyright. 1914, by the McClure News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Syndicate.
When Nan went on her first visit to
Europe she had not the slightest hint
that she would arrive in a land 'hrown
into the horrors of war. She had
taken her trip across the ocean on a
long delayed holiday and had expected
to find only joy and merriment, for
Nan had a way of meeting happiness
halfway wherever she went.
But in Belgium she had fled from
the advance of the common enemy

Into Paris and from the gay city she
had enjoyed a scant three weeks when
with hundreds of other Americans
she had scrambled onto safer Eng English
lish English soil.
London was a haven of refuge to
Nan, who had smelled the smoke of
battle and heard the boom of dis distant
tant distant fire. She had seen pitiful little
families of Belgian refugees fleeing
along the roads from devastated
homes, leaving behind them all beau beauty
ty beauty and all hope and going they knew
not where.
But London was waiting with open
arms to receive all of the weary refu refugees
gees refugees from the courageous little coun country,
try, country, and Nan found herself again face
to face with the realities of war.

There were no less than a dozen of

these Belgians sheltered in hospitable
homes in Norland square.

It was in the acre of green park
belonging to the square that Nan be

came acquainted with little Jean

Leman, a Belgian child who bad been
brought over from the devastated city
of Louvain.
Jean's mother was a French lady,
who was sleeping beneath a flower
garden In Belgium. Her father was
a soldier, Maj. Albert Leman.
From that moment on Jean and
Nan became fast friends. They
romped and played and went on long
'bus rides through the city and out
into country lanes.
When the wounded soldiers began
to arrive in tralnloads, Nan could no
more have left the city of London
than she could have cut off her own
right hand. She simply had to re remain.
main. remain. Something held her, she knew
not what.
It was during the sixth week of the

war that Nan discovered little Jean
Leman's photograph on the front page
of the Sketch. Major Leman was
anxiously seeking news of his little
girl and had asked the papers to as assist
sist assist him in the search. Nan did not
wait to have her breakfast but went
quickly Into the boarding house next
door In search of Jean.
' Nan explained as swiftly as possi possible
ble possible in her improved French that Dad Daddy
dy Daddy Soldier was in London and that he
was looking for his little girl.
"We will go down this morning
when you have eaten your nice break

fast," Nan told her and went off to
ascertain the location of the King Ed Edward
ward Edward VII hospital and the quickest
way of getting there.
Jean chatted incessantly on the
Journey down; she was so excited
that Nan felt her own calm engulf
her as if for the purpose of steadying
the child. Consequently, when they
arrived at the hospital and ap approached
proached approached the big Belgian officer
whose head was swathed in bandages
and one arm pinned In like fashion
to his side, it wras Nan who displayed
a most wonderful calm. Major Leman
broke down emotionally perhaps
mere than he had during the entire
weeks of fierce fighting when Jean
was swept into his uninjured arm.
Over her head, which he held against
his breast, he looked at Nan and made
swift apology for having conversed
in a foreign tongue.
"One is apt to forget convention in
moments of great emotion," he added.
"In a moment I will thank you for
having cared for my little Jean."
"You are not going away from me
again, are you?" Jean was asking her
father.
"Yes, dearie, as soon as this arm is
better, and the more often Mis3 Nan Nanny
ny Nanny brings you down to see me the
sooner I can f back to help Ihe sol soldiers
diers soldiers at the front."
So it was that during the long hours
of ccnvalescence Nan came to know

Finance
D. W. Tompkins, J. J. Gerig, M. J.

Roess.

Judiciary
Geo. A. Nash, W. A. Knight, H. A.

Fausett.

Street
M. J. Roess, D. W. Tompkins, Geo.
A. Nash.
Cemetery
John Moore, M. J. Roess, J. C.
Smith.
Fire
J. J. Gerig, H. A. Fausett, W. A.
Knight.
Police
W. A. Knight, Geo. A. Nash, J. C.
Smith.
Market
J. C. Smith, J. M. Mefifert, 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.

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Promising Investment.
"The lasting, delightful perfume of
the age. One who can prove that
the perfume of Otto Mohini Is not
lasting for four days by putting five
drops on the handkerchief will be re rewarded
warded rewarded Rs. 100 cash. Try only small
tube and get the reward." Adver Advertisement
tisement Advertisement Ir HItavada. Punch.

"Dastardly" Youth.
A child-loving teacher tells this
story as illustrating the curious asso association
ciation association of ideas often entertained by
children. "I do love Bruce," one of her
small pupils exclaimed in ecstasy.
"He's so awfully dastardly. There's
nothing under heaven that he doesn't
dast do!"

DANGERS OF A COLD

Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the colds them themselves
selves themselves that you need to fear, but the
serious diseases that they so often

lead to. For that reason every cold

should be gotten rid of with the least
possible delay. To accomplish this you
will find Cnamberlain's .Cough Rem

edy of great help to .you. It loosens a
cold, relieves the lungs, aids expec expectoration
toration expectoration and enables the system to
throw off the cold. For sale by all
dealers. adv
The Change.
"It used to be," declared old Broth Brother
er Brother Bcmbcrshay, "dat when Brudder
Mauley and his wife was uh-squabblin'
dey had it up and down like a see seesaw,
saw, seesaw, sometimes one of 'em gittin do
best of it and den do yudder. But
now, bless goodness, dey desa goes
'round and 'round like a merry-go-round,
and nobody kin prognosticata
which is ahead." Puck.

Trying to Suit.
Old Gentleman "Now, what are all
you children fighting and making such
a noise for?" Little Bey "Please, sir,
the landlord gave us a dime each to
fight and make a noise. He has got
-one of his houses let and the people
complained that the neighborhood was
too quiet." Stray Stories.
Kind and Generous.
"Are you kind and generous toward
your neighbors? asked the uplifter.
"I should say I am," replied Mr. Cross Cross-lots.
lots. Cross-lots. "I let 'em listen to my phono

graph every evening and never charge
'em a cent."

"Chamberlain's Tablets are just
fine for stomach trouble," writes Mrs.
G. C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was both bothered
ered bothered with this complaint for some
nn1 -f on 1 XT Vl A Yi19l 5t-

ri v,,in;n', tv1o a ffrtrrW love. The emotion was so great and

Marauder Put to Death.
At Sutterton, England, a hen was in
a garden with her newly-hatched
brood when a jackdaw pounced upon
a chick. The hen gave battle at once,
and a sharp encounter ended in the
Jackdaw being killed.

me great relief from the first, and
since taking one bottle of them I feel
like a different person." For sale by
all dealers. adv

wonderful that Nan was shocked at

her own weakness before the attack.

Woman's Little Instincts.
These little instincts, such as when

Jean did not know what her father Uo run and when to stand and when to

and Nan were talking about, nor why
her father swept Nan so suddenly into

his arms, but she smiled for the pic-

hide your eyes and when to look over
your shoulder germinate in every
woman with her first petticoat. Worn-

ture was pleasing and Jean knew that jan's Home Companion.

Got Rare Species of Whale.

While rrnisinp nff thp COast Of Brit

ish Columbia recently the whaling j &11 was welL
shin White .landed a right whale,Jmi TnTTcvtcc An

which is now very rrxe, especially in j CONSTIPATION CURED ing $101,000,000, has passed the

An army appropriation bill, carry-

Put Your Ad. in the Star

If you are ever troubles with bil-

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was the first of its kind captured off i . mefaM, .fpmpnt. nf R. F.

House.

Take Rexall Liver Salts for that

, JL Erwin, Peru, ma. a year ago ua rf feelimr. Ceng's. 9-tf

1 w O

valued at $20,000

.followed bv biliousness and constipa-

, , v,0 i cf jtion. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so
Our hot chocolates are the best recommended, I bought a bot-
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You will never fully appreciate a
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(Personally.) This is Not Hot Air
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Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time,"
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
'1 wished f would die and be relieved

No. 141, Palatka to Ocala 10:50

No. 49, Ocala to HDmosassa
Leaves, 2:25 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala- -Arrives
1:05 p. m.
No. 35 ( Sunny jim) Ocala to Lake
land 6:40 a. m., Tuesday, Thur3dav
and Saturday.
No. 32 (Sunnyjlm) Lakeland to
Ocala 9:50 p. m.. Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Vn ir,1 Ocala. to Wilcox 6:10 a.
m., 'Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
No. 1 50, Wilcox to Ocala 5:45 d.
m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Seaboard Air Line
No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa
1:50 a. m.
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. tn.
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 Arrives from Palatka,
11:30 a. m.
Xo. 72 -Leaves Ocala for Palatk
at 1:15 p. m.
WORSE THAN "RIDING GOAT
Experience of Man Initiated Into Or
der of Squirrels Hardly a Thing
to Be Envied.
The early birds of Germantown
were pulling a trial tweet outside of
the windows of the Second district po police
lice police station when Lieutenant Dressier,
long accustomed to everything and al
ways ready for anything, received the
start of his life. A man walked into
the quiet station house wearing a coat
of varnish, a kilt of burlap and a derby
hat which showed evidences of hav having
ing having been recently hamburged.
In the course of his opening speech
he made a few gestures which brought
into view a tattered shoe which he
was carrying after the fashion of a
handbag.
Probably ten minutes were devoted
to an unrestrained tirade in which
harsh words mingled with the subject
of speed, railroads, tramps and luck,
and then Joseph Brennan of Tamaqua,
Pa for it was indeed he told the
coherent Btory of a wild night.
He said he had got aboard a through
freight somewhat hurriedly at his
home town, intending to break into
the commercial activities of Philadel
phia at the first price offered. At the
time of his ascent into the box car, he
explained, he was rather well dressed
and had a small store of money, and
everything with him was, to an extent,
well.
He had no sooner settled down for a
moment's rest in the car, however,
when he became aware that several
persons, all somewhat given to gig
gling, were in the car with him.
Five tramps there were, explained
Joseph, and they asked Joseph if he
was a "Squirrel," which is an organi
zation of hobos, and when he eaid that
he was not they evidently took him
for a. nut and began picking on him.
They straightway prepared to initiate
him into the well-known order, and the
ritual, according to Joseph, was a
bird and several eggs.
They took off his clothing, and, al
lowing him to grasp an iron rod, in
duced him to hop on and off the car,
which was moving at forty miles an
hour. After he was well aglow they
helped him back into the car, var
nished him thoroughly, gave him a
shoe as a keepsake and bounded him
off. the train. Joseph estimated that
he had run fully three miles, skipped
two and hopped one before coming to
a full stop. Philadelphia Ledger.
We make a specialty of the kind
and quality of service which all peo people
ple people want in everything they buy from
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf
Bath Robe Came First.
According to some of the old pic pic-nires,
nires, pic-nires, the patriarchs wore bath robes
i long time before baths were Id-rented.

ORGAN GRINDER'S DAY

HARVEST REAPED BY WASHING WASHINGTON
TON WASHINGTON STREET MUSICIAN.
Story From the Capital Concerning
French and German Ambassadors
Is a Good One, Though It Is
Not Official.
It was before the war came in grim
earnest,' of course, but here is the
form in which a perfectly respectable
old story used to be told over the cig
arettes in Washington. When the gov
ernments of France and Germany
were merely barking at each other
across the conference table, it hap
pened one day that an Italian organ
grinder, strolling along the streets of
Washington, planted his instrument
of torture on the curb In front of the
German legation and began grinding
out the Marseillaise.
The strains of France's great na national
tional national air fell upon the ears of the
German ambassador, Count Bernstorff,
.as he sat within, deep in the diplo
matic puzzles of his office, and a frown
overspread his brow; for the Germans,
though a music-loving people, love not
the tune of the Marseillaise. How However,
ever, However, he passed the incident, as a
momentary annoyance, and buried
himself deeper in his work.
When the musician, having reached j
tne ena oi me iviarseniaiso, iirutwuou
to adjust his machine and play it
over again, the ambassador grew rest restless.
less. restless. And when the third round be
gan. Count Bernstorff's patience broke
under the strain. Hammering upon his
call-bell, he summoned an attendant.
"Go out and drive that fellow from
the block!" be commanded, and was
turning' again to hie work when a
bright idea flashed upon him. "Here,
wait a moment," he called, and, draw
ing a coin from his pocket, gave the
valet some instructions along with the
money.
The valet, swiftly making his way to
the street, addressed the organ
grinder.
"Can vou nlav 'Die Wacht am
Rhein?"' he asked.
"Yes, sure, Mike, I play him," re
plied the son of Italy, In the lingo of
the country.
"Do you know where M'sieur Jus Jus-serand,
serand, Jus-serand, the French ambassador, lives?"
now queried the servant.
"Yes, yes. sure, Mike, I know," re
sponded the dago.
"Well, here's a half-dollar," said the
Rftrvant. handine him the coin. "I
want you to go up to Ambassador Jus
serand's house and play 'Die Wacht
am Rhein' for 15 minutes without stop
ping.' Understand?"
"Yes, yes, sure, Mike," exclaimed
the dago eagerly, and, slinging his or
gan across his back, as he prepared to
move on, added proudly:
"Today, beeg day; today I make de
beeg mon Ambass' Jusserand, just
now he giva me one dollar to come
here and play de Marseillaise for 15
minutes." New York Evening Post
The Seven Wonders.
The only one of the "Seven Won
ders" of the ancient world that re
mains is the Pyramids of Egypt. The
others were the Hanging Gardens of
Babylon, 'he Colossus of Rhodes, the
Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, the
Statue of Zeus at Olympia, the Pharos
thA TemDle of
Diana at Ephesus.
Those to Be Envied.
Those are most to be envied who
soonest learn to expect nothing for
which they have not worked hard,
and who never acquire the habit of
nitying themselves overmuch, even if
in after life they happen to work in
vain. Lord Macaulay.
Pillans Famous Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf

Shetland Pony

for

A beautifully marked, thoroughbred,
Shetland Mare Pony, 18 months old
FOR SALE
Apply to Star Office
Phones 51 or 265

Heard General Sherman Say It
Recently someone who seemed to
know issued a denial of the prevalent
Impression that Gen. W. T. Sherman
said "war is hell." J. P. Francis of
Nlckerson declares he heard General
Sherman say it. He writes: "I never
understood that General Sherman used
the term 'war Is hell in any of his or
ders or official correspondence, but did
use the term in a public address at a
soldiers' reunion at Columbus, O., in
1880. The writer was seated near the
speaker's stand and recollects the oc
casion which called the famous ex
pression from the general. General
Sherman, in his address, referred to a j
particular iuimary leat wmtu vancn
(on part of the troops selected to per
form the task assigned them) for
heroic courage to accomplish the task
successfully. And when he closed the
narration the militia boys gave a
hearty cheer. When the applause sub subsided
sided subsided the general looked down at the
militia and said, 'Boys, you may think
war is great sport, but I say, war is
hell.'f'
Driest Spots In America.
According to the weather bureau
returns one of the driest spots In tho
United States Is in the Fresno district
of California. They have had only 34
per cent of the normal rainfall since
March 1. The west coast generally
has been short of precipitation. An
other dry district centers in St. Louis,
which has only 32 per cent of normal
rainfall. The Ohio valley has had
from a half to two-thirds of the usual
quota, and there are some very dry
spots In the Southwest and the South
east that have not yet been cleared
up. But generally tne country is iair iair-ly
ly iair-ly well supplied with moisture for the
late summer season. Streams are
fairly full and reservoirs are not low
as a rule. The distribution is uneven,
however, Fort Worth, Texas, has 194
per cent of normal, and Fort Smith,
Ark., only 48 per cent. Some portions
of Kansas have had three weeks erf
100 per cent weather, practically ar
resting vegetable growth aud cutting
off the corn crop for anything else but
fodder.
Moral Men.
It is In men as m soils where some
times there Is a vein of gold which the
owner knows not of. Swift.

Had It All Mapped Out.

'You'll have some explaining to do
when you get home, won't you?" VNo,"
replied the member of congress. "I'm
not going to explain. I'm going to
let my constituents argue matters out
among themselves and then take the
side that seems to have the most ad advocates."
vocates." advocates." Washington Star.
Hadn't Looked for That.
"When we bought dear little Bobby
the electric flashlight he had been
begging for so long," says a mother,
"we never anticipated that the first
time we had company he would hold
It up to the guest's ear and say: 'Oh,
I just want to see if your ear is
clean!'"
Patch Broken. Plaster.
To fill up the broken place in the
plastering make a mixture as follows:
Two parts each of sifted coal ashes
and sand, one part of wheat flour,
mixed with water. This can be ap applied
plied applied with little trouble, and hardens
Quickly,
Where Steadiness Is Requisite.
A steady hand in military affairs is
more requisite than in peace, because
an error committed Jn .war may prove
irremediable. Lord Bacon.
Remedy for Croup.
Beat the white of an egg to a stiff
froth, then sweeten a little and add a
little pulverized alum. Give a tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful every ten or fifteen minutes
until rVef comes.
Iron Ore in the Antipodes.
All of the Australian states are
well supplied with Iron ore, New
South Wales having the richest de deposits.
posits. deposits. Militarism.
Whom the gods would destroy they
first endow with loaded weapons and
then fill their heads with foolish no notions
tions notions about defending their honor.
Life.
Where to Stuay History.
The history of nations is often best
studied in works not professedly his historical.
torical. historical. Macaulay.
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bottles at the Smith Grocery O. tf



EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26,1915
EIIGLAIID IS ELATED
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THE MARKETS

y & j Repulse of German Squadron Makes

Elks meet this evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Board of Trade meets Thursday evening.

WANTED A competent white farm
hand. Apply to C. P. Howell. 26-6t
;

Mr. Carlton Ervin is
from Clearwater.

in the city

When you have once tried our ice
cream youll come again. The Court
Pharmacy. 22-6t

WEATHER REPORT

People Feel More Secure
Against Raids
London, Jan. 2G. The news of the

j first battle between dreadnoughts,
This report is made from observa-; Sunday's naval engagement in the
i.i xi j -i 1 n r r t t

uons uiiien uany uy Mr. x-. v. x. North ge has aroused much

vycuic, uinciax uuit'i v ei iux li.c guv
ernment.

Chicago, Jan. 26. May wheat 1.-16.
Com, 80.
Oats, 57 1-8.
Pork, 18.62.
Lard, 10.80.
Ribs, 10.22.

There will be a special meeting of
the council this evening, beginning at
7:30.

Jan. 1
Jan 2
Jan. 3

Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.

Jan. 11
Jan. 12

4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Max.
f. 56
CO
65
65
....68
74
;.60
.65
.......64
....69
.62
...55

Is spring open? The red bud and
peach trees are in full bloom.

Mr. Ed. Carmichael left Sunday for
a business visit to Alabama.

Mr. H. M. Hampton went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last night to transact legal-business.

A beautifully marked, 18 months
old pedigreed Shetland Mare Pony for
sale. Address Star Office. dh

Mr. B. F. Condon has .sold one of
the handsome Reo cars he brought
from Jacksonville last week to Dr. H.
C. Dozier.
'. ; : .-
A burgular attempted to enter the
house of Mr. D. E. Mclver ; Saturday
night but was discovered as he 'was
climbing through a window. He made
his escape before Mr. Mclver could
reach his gun.

Jan. 13 .57
Jan. 14 ........58
Jan. 15 58
Jan. 16 73
Jan. 17 V ......76
Jan. 18 72
Jan. 19 ..55
Jan. 20 60
Jan. 21 .. .56
Jan. 22 ...66

Min.
48
31
32
51
55
60
56
41
46
43
55
52
35
38
38
50
52
66
51
42
33
55

R. F.

more marine area, two oi them in a badly

I enthusiasm among the British public j damaged condition, and it was dan-

than either the fight of Helgoland or j gerous for the big British battle
off the Falkland Islands, although j cruisers to follow.
both these engagements perhaps j
loomed larger in actual results. To j JOHNDEE JUNIOR
the English public the combat of Sun-J FAVORS LABOR UNIONS
day means the triumph of their long i

UNCLASSIFIED AOS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR SALE Cheap, A
wheels. Address G. A.
Summerfield, Fla.

house on
Bushman,
21-6t

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. 19-6t

.69

1.37

.60
.04

time confidence in their big gun fleet
and it calms the fear of the east
coast, of frequent repetitions of the
Hartlepool and Scarborough raid.
Two battle cruisers which accom accompanied
panied accompanied the Blucher were badly dam damaged.
aged. damaged. Their names have not been re reported.
ported. reported. The British ships were only
slightly damaged. Only 123 of the

New York, Jan. 26. In a statement
today to the United States commis commission
sion commission on industrial relations in the
Colorado labor situation, John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., denied that he had,
as he said had been charged, "at "attempted
tempted "attempted to exercise a kind of absolut absolutism
ism absolutism over the coal industry in Colora-

J f 1 4. 1 1 J ti 1 4. J'

i uu, ui mat tic imu auuui cu uil-

Blucher's company of 885 men are tate a DOliCv of non-recoenition of

known to have been saved. The Brit

J

unions." On the contrary he said he

ish squadron was superior in number was most heartily in favor of labor

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

Upon convening the circuit court
yesterday, with Judge Mallory F.
Home of the third circuit on the
bench, the two cases against Mr. S. T.
Sistrunk, former clerk of the circuit
court, were called.
The pleas in abatement submitted
by Mr. R. B. Bullock, attorney for Mr.
Sistrunk, at a former term of the
court at which Judge Wills of the
fourth circuit presided were inter interposed.
posed. interposed. At the term in which these
pleas were originally entered the
state attorney asked that he be given
time in which to prepare answers,
and the case was continued. Upon
the case being called yesterday Mr.

Burglar broke into Mr. W. T. Scofield, state attorney, announced

Gary's house Saturday night and car- that he had prepared the demurrers
ried off a dime. Will is angry with to the pleas in abatement and was

himself for leaving a dime lying U-pnv witb nrmiment tn sustain them.

around loose these hard times. Mr Krnfiplriarcnipri the. rase dnrinr

the forenoon, and Mr. Bullock sub-

Dr. F. M. Ridley, chief surgeon of mitted his argument to sustain his

the Atlanta and West Point railway, contentions in the afternoon.

and party, who have been at Homo-

sassa for the last ten days, passed

thru town today on their way home.

Mr. Bullock argued that the grand
jury that indicted Mr. Sistrunk had
been illegally summoned, and that
therefore the indictments were fatally
defective.
After hearing the arguments

Mr. J. E. Johnson s insists that the
Star correct the report that his bird

dog stood at a point" for fourteen Judge Horne entered an order sus

nours, all one night and parts of an taining the pleas in abatement, over over-afternoon
afternoon over-afternoon and morning, two or three ruiing the demurrers, quashing the
weeks ago. Jim has figured it ou indictments, discharging Mr. Sis Sis-and
and Sis-and finds that the faithful canine held trnnV 9nH assAssino- the. posts in the

5

the birds mesmerized for 17 hours.

We make the correction with pleasure.

TRIAL POSPONED
The trial of E. W. Woodward which

was to have been held in Judge

case against the county.

Mr. Bullock has been the leading

counsel for Mr. Sistrunk since the

ihe Jv. of if hall was crowded last finding of these indictments at the

.night. Messrs.' T. G. Mixon, G. A. june, 1913, term of court, and the

Batts, Henry Raysor, L. F. Boyer and vindication of his client from the

K. V. W. Vandervoort were instruct- charges made without a trial by jury

ed in their duties as esquires. Alljio fpotiior in bis mn.

admitted when the work was over
that they knew a right smart more
than they had before. The lodge had

a lot of fun. Talks for "the good of
the order" were made by many

knights, among them Mr. O. R. Wal-j smith's court Monday forenoon, was

lace of Tampa. nostnoned until Wednesday on account

of the defendant's attorney having

Paul Brinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. several important cases before the

H. Brinson, has about recovered j circuit court.

from his accident of late Friday after- Woodward is charged with the hold-

noon. Paul was riding horseback jng. Up of Mrs. Florence Waters and
down Oklawaha avenue, when he met her granddaughter, Louis Wade, on

Mr. Jake Brown's auto at the Tusca- public road south of the city during
willa Street corner. Taking it for the pjit-Iv nart. nf December and rob-

granted that the car was going ahead, bing them of a sum of money. He

Paul did not pull in the horse, which was arrested a few days ago by Dep-

of ships and weight to the German

squadron.
The Blucher was a cruiser of 15, 15,-550
550 15,-550 tons displacement and although
commissioned in 1908, was completely
rerigged last year. She was not class classed
ed classed as a battle cruiser, but it was in
the next class to those formidable
fighters. With her were the Der Der-flinger,
flinger, Der-flinger, Germany's latest battle cruis cruiser,
er, cruiser, which had just left the builder's
hands and the battle cruisers Seyd Seyd-litz
litz Seyd-litz and Moltke, the latter a sister
ship of the Goeben, formerly of the
German but now of the Turkish fleet
which wras recently reported damaged
by the Russians in the Black Sea.
The British squadron, commanded
by Vice-Admiral Sir David Beatty,
who was also in command at the bat

tle off Helgoland last August, consist-

ed of the battle cruisers Tiger," Lion,
Princess Royal, New Zealand and In Indomitable.
domitable. Indomitable. The first three of these
cruisers mount eight 13,5-inch guns,
each, and even the New Zealand and
Indomitable carry 12-inch guns, which
are equal to those of the Derflinger,
the only one of the German ships that
had better than 11 -inch guns.
The- Germans were observed some
time after dawn proceeding in the di direction
rection direction of the British coast. When
they sighted the superior British fleet
they turned and made, full speed, for
home and it was only after a stern
chase that the faster British vessels

got in touch with them. The running j

battle lasted for more thaji four
hours, and firing was plainly heard in
North Holland.
The Blucher, which was slower
than the other cruisers, fell behind
and succumbed to .the heavier guns
of the Lion, which was leading the
British squadron. The other German
ships got within the mine and sub-

unions, so long as their purpose was
to promote the well-being of the em employes
ployes employes and they had due regard for
public interests.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

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

AUTOS DAY AND NIGHT

By calling phone 251 or 516 you
can get auto service at all hours; re responsible
sponsible responsible chauffeurs and charges rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Van Boney, Owner. 1-5-tf

OAK AND PINE WOOD

First class wood, any length, quick
delivery. Call phone 3M, four rings.
J. M. Potter. 18-6t

Pillans i:'ara?us Florida syrup in
bottles at the Smith Grocery Co. tf

Good oak or pine wood, any length,
prompt delivery. Phone 3M, four
rings. J. M. Potter. 18-6t

We make a specialty of the kind
and quality of service which all peo people
ple people want in everything they buy from
a drug store. Gerig's. 9-tf

FOR RENT A five-room cottage
with all modern conveniences, on
South Second street, east. Apply
at Star office. dh tf
FOR SALE, CHEAP Two-story res residence,
idence, residence, furnished or unfurnished;
eight rooms, recently renovated
outside and inside; good neighbor neighborhood;
hood; neighborhood; paved street; shade and
fruit trees; servant house, garden
and chicken yard; cistern, well and
city wate. Bargain price. Apply
to 416 Limj 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 RENT Well located and nicely
furnished moms in residence next
to the Colonial; also for light
Housekeeping. Inquire at the Co
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 desires
sires desires a position of some kind at
once. Best of references. Address
Care Box 315. 2-6t
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.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
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.

LOST A girl's blue coat; black vel velvet
vet velvet collar and buttons. Lost a week
ago. Return to Mrs. William Hock Hock-er.
er. Hock-er. 20-6t

FOR RENT My suburban home in
the southwest part of the city, with
' two acres of ground. Will give
possession March 1st. Terms reas reasonable
onable reasonable to the right party. C. P.
Howell. 26-6t

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I 9 $ i

was galloping, and couldn't check it itself
self itself when the car turned. The horse

tried to jump over, the front end of

the car, but did not quite succeed,

smashed one 'of the mud guards and

cut itself but hot dangerously. Paul

went over the horse's head and land landed
ed landed in the ditch, shaking and bruising

himself severely. It was a very scary

accident, but neither boy, horse nor

uty Sheriff George Johns.

o
lD(B(EIldl.

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Feel like trying a Scotch hlghba1!

(any other kind if you do not lik

the Scotch) "then try one at Johnny's xt

Place. 22-tf

The "Earnest Workers" of the
Methodist Sunday school will give a
series nf silver teas at the residence

auto were crippled, and will all be as lf theh. Wacher Mrs. j. M. Gross.

good as new in a day or two.

NOTICE TO FRIENDS

AND UNEMPLOYED

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.

Owing to present conditions of bus business
iness business degression and realizing that

We fill your prescriptions just as j

Change In Price of Bread
Beginning Monday, January 25th.
Owing to the increased price in materials, we are compelled to charge
5 cents pep 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
Carter's Bakery,
T. C. CARTER, Prop.

eating is a necessity I have decided to ey should be, and get them to you

reduce the price one half on all eats.
The luxuries which I sell will remain

the same price. Yours to win.
Jos. W. Dodge, Mgr.,
l-26-15-3t. Busy Man's Lunch.

in the shortest possible time. Phone

284. The Court Pharmacy. 22-6t

The best gin rickey in the city is
served at Johnny's Place. 22-tf

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