fliliiHiiiiiiiiiii miliiftT ' V
ALLIES SEELITO. BE MEETING
Paris, Oct. 8.. The great battle of
the -Aisne lias finally been extended
to Belgian soil. Furious fighting Is
in progress around Menen, Ypres,
Pop-eringhe, Courtrai, Waerghexr. and
Oudenaxde. This is a considerable
distance, -however, from General Von
Kluek's line of communication.
Dynamite mines under the German
trench near Soissons were exploded,
killing 500 Germans. '.. -X
The grand total of men now engag engaged
ed engaged in Eastern France and Belgium
number four .million. The tattle
line is 200 -miles long, stretching
from the Woevre district, Lorraine,
to the Sorame river, thence northeast
Into Belgium. : ': :
Douai and Tournai have been, re re-occupied
occupied re-occupied ."by the Germans. ; ;
There Is no decided change nc the
center of the allies right. y
' -IVLLIKS WOX AT AURAS
ris, Oct. S. -It was officially.. an
nounced at 3 o'clock this afternoon
that the Germans nave been driven
'back north' of Arras. - "a :
ALLI ES HOLD THEIR OWN
Paris, Oct. 8. dt is officially an announced
nounced announced this afternoon that at no
'point .-have the Germans been atle to
advance. The conflict is proceeding
binder conditions favorable, to the
allies. . " .-
Cavalry, engagements bave extend extended
ed extended almost to the coast, indicating
that the allies and Germans in their
counter flanking movements -have
spread out as far west as possible.
FRENCH RECOVER LOST GROUND
. The enemy 'has made no progress
on the left wing. To the north, the
operations of cavalry Teach almost to
the North Sea, between the Somme
and Oisev in the Roye region. Though
the enemy is in force the allies have
retaken the greater tpart of the (posi (positions
tions (positions previously yielded-
On the JMeuseV Heights, bet ween
Verdun and St. Qllhiel, the Germans
have withdrawn to the north, Hatton
IS DOING RUSINESS AT OSTEND
-Distressed Belgian Govermneiit as
Restless as Noah's Dove
Washington,' Oct. S. The Belgian
legation has been notified by cable
that the tBelgian government has
been removed from Antwerp to Os-
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN-
DIES at RHEGER'S.
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GUI --'ADVANCE WITH
NIPPON' SAYS OCCUPATION OF
JALUIT IS ONLY FROM (MIL (MILITARY
ITARY (MILITARY NECESSITY
Tokio, Oct. 8. Because of inti intimations,
mations, intimations, in the American press that
the Japanese naval activities in the
Pacific were aimed at the United
States, 'Foreign (Minister Kato today
assured Am e rican Am b assador Gu th th-rie
rie th-rie that the seizure of the German is island'
land' island' of Jaluit, in, the Marshall arch archipelago,,
ipelago,, archipelago,, is military necessity. The
German cruisers securing coal there
are raiding the allies shipping. The
officials declare that Japan does not
intend to occupy the island perma permanently.
nently. permanently. OEPOR
BERLIN CLAIMS SUCCESS IN
CHINA, POLAND, FRANCE
Berlin, Oct. 8, via wireless to Say Say-ville.
ville. Say-ville. It is officially announced this
afternoon that a junction of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian and German armies along the
Vistula in a campaign against the
'Russians' has been made. Press re reports
ports reports state that Tsing Tao.is repuls repulsing
ing repulsing the Japanese and British attacks.
It Is regarded here as certain that
Antwerp is lost to the Belgians.
ROUNDED UP BUNCH OF RUS RUS-;:
;: RUS-;: SIANS
Berlin, Oct. 8. -The Germans have
repulsed the Russians in the Suwalki
district, capturing 7500 prisoners.
Forty-eight hundred prisoners were
taken near Ivangorod, Poland.
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Ostend, the Belgian seaport and fashionable resort, has been protected by a large force of British marines,
here shown marching through the streets. Above is seen the British airship Beta hovering over Ostend cn tho
watch for the enemy.
OWING TO THE POSSIBILITY OF THE GERMANS CAPTURING ANTWERP, THE SEAT OF BELGIAN
GOVERNMENT HAS BEEN BE3IOVED TO OSTEND
BRITISH SUBMARINE AYENT INTO
RIT2R E3IS AND SUNK GER GERMAN
MAN GERMAN TORPEDO BOAT
London, Oct. 8.- Submarine JG-9,
of the British navy, oinder command
of Lieut. Commander (Max K. (Hortori,
yesterday made a raid into German
waters off the mouth of the river
Ems and sunk a German torpedo
As Schlermonnikoog is close to the
Island of Borkum where the Ger Germans
mans Germans have a naval base and -within
sixty miles of Heligoland and the
naval arsenal at .Wilhelmshaven, the
dash of the submarine is considered
a particularly daring one.
PICKED IIP PRIZES
CRUISER BROUGHT TWO MER MER-CHANT
CHANT MER-CHANT SHIPS TO HONG
Hong Kong, Oct. 8. The German
steamer Tennenfels ; and American
steamer Rio Pasig have been 'brought
here by British ships as prizes.
SIXTY FOREIGN BUILT SHIPS
Admitted to American Registry in
Consequence of War in Europe"
s Washington, Oct. 8. Sixty for foreign
eign foreign built vessels, with an aggregate
of 233,781 gross tons, have been re removed
moved removed from danger of capture by bil bil-ligerent
ligerent bil-ligerent Emropean powers ty admis admission
sion admission to American registry, according
T.1ARINES TAKE CARE
to an official announcement last night
by the department of commerce.
Fifty-four of the vessels previous previously
ly previously sailed under the British flag. Four
German vessels and two Belgian ves vessels
sels vessels complete the list.
(Fifty-seven of the vessels operate
in Atlantic waters, the remaining
three .being Pacific liners. 'Nineteen
are passenger steamers and thirty thirty-seven
seven thirty-seven freighters.
ANTWERP IS OFFERING DESPER DESPER-ATE
ATE DESPER-ATE RESISTANCE TO THE
Antwerp, Oct. 8. Following the
rejection of their demand for the sur surrender
render surrender of Antwerp, the Germans be begun
gun begun a general 'bombardment at 3
o'clock tthis morning. The Germans
crossed the Nethe river after desper desperate
ate desperate fighting.
The legations of the allied powers
left the city by boat. Many govern government
ment government officials have departed.
Oil ST. OEI!
ANOTHER DARING GERMAN AV AVIATOR
IATOR AVIATOR TOOK A FLIGHT
Paris, Oct. S. A German aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane flew over Paris today and drop dropped
ped dropped two bombs on St. Denis. Thrse
people were injured.
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MANY PREPARING TO
IN GER GER-STRIKE
STRIKE GER-STRIKE London, Oct. 8. In a dispatch
from The Hague the correspondent
of the Daily Express says German
newspapers reaching there indicate
that Count Zeppelin 13 now at Wil
helmshaven, on the iNorth Sea, with
his staff. ; wilhelmshaven is the
j point from .vhich the -great air raid
on the British isles is expected to
S start. One of these papers publishes
an Interview with the count in which
he is quoted as aying that he has
not forgotten England and would
prove it very soon.
It is also reported, the 'Express
correspondent continues, "that Count
Zeppelin was summoned recently by
Emperor William to QIainze. His
majesty said to the count that he
relied on him for a great work and
offered to make him commander-in-chief
of the German air fleet. The
count smilingly refused, but. said he,
would accept the title when he re returned
turned returned from England.
The Zeppelin staffs are working
day and night at Wilhelmshaven and
another station is being established
at Eden for other type3 of airships.
DR. D. M. BONEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision wnere others
fail. '- 8-26-tf.
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and 'Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. St
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meats of men and artillery ;,-:o
reached Antwerp. Thor. :h the var
office here is reticent, it is kr.ov.rt
they are not Belgians.
The artillery includes a nuraVr cf
j'big naval gun?, b-.li:ved to I rir-
one's i Kifins
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IN POLAND AN D GALICI A
A G A INST COM BI N E I H O.ST: ;
OF GERMANS AND
Petrorad, Oct. -S. Thomr.in Hv.:
oiicnsivo against zaQ tvar-iro-iicr
M . J . J
army along the Vistula, it v.tj c.l-
cially announced today.
GRI3ATIWT CONFLICT V.'Oltr.D
i HAS ever si:i:n
Skirmishing between cavrJry dc dc-ahmcnts
ahmcnts dc-ahmcnts has been prorc::-!ng for
nearly a week, r.s a prelude the
grcatc.it conflict the world ever
TvitECi'.cd. -The artillery is r.o
tin-: :nto Action.
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invaders r::plt:::d by gal gallant
lant gallant defend:::::; or
London, Oct. 8. Dii patches fio:.i
Rotterdam state that the Gcrrnar.-j
advancing upon Antv.erp thro.jh a
breach In the outer line of fort
have been forced back 'by tho
garrison. The Germans Tccapturf.-l
the Lendelcde forts, but the Ger Germans
mans Germans still hold Terrnonde and Alo.tt.
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GERMAN CAVALRY LO;;T IIEAY-
ILY IN FIGHTING AJ'.OL'ND
Ostend, Oct. S. Fierce flshtlns
has been in progress now three days
around Lille. It i3 rcr-ortcd t:rat
German cavalry Jct 2000 in attempt;;
to take Lille, The French are driv driving
ing driving the Germans back. It In repoTtcl
that heavy reinforcements havo arriv arrived
ed arrived at Antwerp and are aid: in z tho
.Belgians in their defense of the city.
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General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:-
DUNCAN U. 'FLETCHER.
. For Congressman, 2nd District:
' FRANK CLARK. t
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. 'McRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLE FORD.
W. 'M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Collector: ..
, W. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN CM. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
J. T. HUTCHINS.
N. A. FORT.
5. R. PYLES.
For Members School Board:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITCH.
..J. S. GRANTHAM.
if it was in sight of our own shores
To interfere -would be an act of war.
As soon as the trouble is over, we
can either protest and back up the
protest if necessary, or allow Japan
to establish a post in the Pacific that
will threaten our communications
KOUMAXIA AXD ITALY
We don't see any use of the Ger-
mans, Austrians and Russians shoot shoot-Ing
Ing shoot-Ing at each other in Galicia and
"Poland. They are choking themselves
with lies about their respective vic-
"The commissioners of Pinellas
a-ant to 'build a $160,000 jail, and
some citizens of that county may ob obtain
tain obtain an injunction. iMariori county,
wlilch is over twice the size of Pinel Pinellas,
las, Pinellas, has a good jail, which cost a
little over ? 4 0,0 00. Pinellas citizens
"do -well to take out an injunction.
The following from the Columbia
State Is a lucid explanation of. one
of the puzzling phases of the great
The "Row of Blocks"
Roumania, the only one of the Bal Balkan
kan Balkan nations to come unscathed thru
the war with Turkey, whose declara declaration
tion declaration of war against Bulgaria forced
the latter to give up the spoils of
war while increasing Roumanian ter territory,
ritory, territory, shares with Italy, but more
acutely, the trouble of a popular de-
side for war against Austro-Hungary.
tin Italy, while the masses of the
people seem eager to throw in their
lot with -the -&lliest 'the king has the
loyalty of his cabinet; in Roumania,
King Charles faces a situation where
not only his people, but his ministers,
are unanimous for war. The diffi difficulty
culty difficulty .has gone to the point where
Victor Jonesco, secretary of t he (Rou (Roumanian
manian (Roumanian legation in Paris, and a
nephew of the prime minister of nis
country, has publicly denounced the
king as "a traitor to the interests of
his country." In this crisis, King
Charles, who is a member of the
House of 'Hohenzollern, has 'been
taken conveniently sick, (but It ap appears
pears appears that he will soon 'be brought to
the point where 'he must elect to fight
or abdicate, as a few years ago he
offered to do, In -favor of his nephew.
The importance of this threatened
alliance with Russia Is of the grav gravest
est gravest consequence. 'Roumania has a
well equipped and modern army of
100,000 men. She can easily put
400,000 In the field. They are effi-
strength and endeavoring to smash It
the Germans seem to follow the lines
of least resistance. : Whether this is
the result of basing war upon the ex experience
perience experience of the parade ground and and-maneuvers
maneuvers and-maneuvers arranged 'before hand, it
Is difficult to say, but certainly the
German army is learning its busi business
ness business only now. Both the great Ger German
man German defeats, In Galicia and in west western
ern western iRussia, exemplify the same de defect
fect defect in tactics of following the line
of least resistance. In both cases the
Russians caught them in precisely
the same trap. In the latter case the
Russians left a gap of twenty miles
open like a mouse trap door and the
Germans marched gaily on. They
found no opposition until they met
an unpleasant surprise at the .fan
tastic bends of the river Niemen, and
while 'trying to force the 'Niemen, the
jaws of the trap closed upon them."
THIS IS THE LAST
WEEK FOR REGISTRATION
Supervisor Barco requests the Star
to inform the Voters that this Is the
last week in which they can register
for the coming election. The books
will be open at his office "until noon
Saturday the 10th. If you have not
registered by that time, you cannot
vote this year.
BOOSTERS TO BEAT THE BAND
TOOK THE TALIAFERRO TllOPIir
While we are speaking of the en endurances
durances endurances of 'European soldiers in
standing 'for hours in water-filled cient troops,
: trenches just to get a shot at the en- ready to sweep into Hungary at a
emy or to he shot, why not pay some -moment's notice. 'Already, iRouman iRouman-iiitle
iiitle iRouman-iiitle tribute to those ."-brave Amer- has announced that she would fol-
leans" who stand in line for twenty- v lu Vl t n wut?
four hours jus for the privilege of rt to war, Italy, in all probability,
buying a ticket to the world's series, will (have to follow iher. The war,
Jacksonville metropolis. looking to the nationalization of .four
And the Americans have the most million Roumanians living in disconr
Sence I u -uau u-iiuu5i j ituu.u u,
tensely popular, but it would instant-
Today's dispatches report that Ger- 7 drag in Turkey, Greece and per-
many is preparing an airship raid on haps the war-spent 'Bulgaria. So It
Tom Higgin3 of the "New Florida"
knows the men and whereof he
speaks when he writes as follows:
Rooney, Folsom and Weaver
Three real boosters for Florida
and iMarion county in particular are
Secretary Rooney. of the (Marion
iCounty Board of Trade, Secretary
Folsom, of the Palatka board of
trade, and ?Dr, R. T. Weaver, a for former
mer former chemist and soil expert. These
three men are worthy of their hire,
and the way they are lining up the
various cooperative associations and
boards of trade Into one great insti institution
tution institution is causing most favorable com comment
ment comment throughout these counties and
the whole state.
Floridians should be proud of
these men, and should give-them
not only their moral ibut their finan financial
cial financial support. The state needs them
just now when an effort Is being
made to obtain for the growers prop proper
er proper financial returns 'for their labors.
These men realize and are ever
preaching that in the growth and
strength of the growers of the farm farming
ing farming sections lies the success of the
tMessr-s. Rooney, iFoIsom and
Weaver have made a number of val valuable
uable valuable addresses to the farmers of
Putnam and IMarfon counties and
their services are so much appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated that they constantly are in de demand
mand demand at the gatherings of the far farmers'
mers' farmers' cooperative associations and
boards of trade.
Encourage and aid these men in
Smartest Shooters of the State Come
from BeFunlak Springs
Jacksonville ;Metropolis, 7th: For
the purpose of participating in the
matches of the big Southern Shoot Shooting
ing Shooting Tournament, now being .held on
the state rifle range at Black Point,
teams from Alabama, Georgia, Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi and Tennessee arrived in
Jacksonville this morning in special
cars, and were Immediately switched
off and carried to the camp grounds.
Other teams from North and South
Carolina are expected to arrive with
in the next few days. They -will
compete in the national divisional
The Taliaferro Trophy
The Taliaferro trophy was compet
ed if or yesterday from 8 o'clock to
sundown, and was won 5by the team
of Company K, First 'Infantry, from
eFuniak Springs. They were given
a close run 'by Company G, IFirst In
fantry, St. Augustine, but forged
ahead in the afternoon on the rapid
At the finish of the match the
teams were averaged up and listed
Company K, IFirst Infantry. .
Company G, First Infantry.-.
Company A, 'First infantry .
Company C, First Infantry...
Company F, 'First Infantry.
Company G, Second Infantry.
Company B, 'First Infantry. .
Company OS, First Infantry. .
Company D, First Infantry '.
Company L, First Infantry. .
Company A, Second 'Infantry.
Company I, Second Infantry .
DeFuniak won by -1 6 points, mak making
ing making 1,054 out of a possible 1,250.
fWHSiT You vae
' 1 III : 'I lmm. .' fit
their good work fn the
Britain. Seems to the Star that if
.'Germany's airship fleet was of any
is that what someone has described
as a row of standing blocks falling
use, it would foe used on the armies as the first in line is knocked over
that are giving so much trouble to
the Germans in France and Poland.
seems in a -fair way to lead to still
furtber complications. As a. reward,
To send them to England, where 'Roumania. would take in victory tne
tbey will destroy the lives of women Austro-Hungary provinces of Tran-
and children, ten times more than sytlvanla and Buckowina.
fighting men, and do more damage to So much for the condition. For
-homes than forts, will have very lit- the cause we have to look to the folly
tie-material effect, and increase the of little men trying to play a big
terror and 'fear with which Germany man's game. Austrian diplomacy has
Kcrinninor n hft considered thru- suffered from the tradition of tMetter-
O O w 7
The friends of IMr. and (Mrs. Edwin
Spencer, Jr., formerly of 'Ocala, now
of iLakeland, will regret to read of
the death of iMrs. Spencer's mother,
(Mrs. F. A. Chapman, who died at her
home in Jacksonville Wednesday
morning. iMfs. Chapman was the
guest of her daughter in this city
two years ago, and is kindly remem
bered by all iwho met her.
The Jacksonville .Metropolis of the
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Mr. ; Wilson and his Cabinet Members
have Laid Out their Political
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'Washington, Oct. 8. President
Wflson and his cabinet gathered yes yesterday
terday yesterday as a political board of straitegy
and laid plans for the coming con congressional
gressional congressional campaign. Itineraries of
cabinet" members' campaign tours
were taken up and subjects to .be dis discussed
cussed discussed in campaign speeches were
.The president expects congress to
adjourn next week and immedia tely
afterward- the campaign 'will :be ac
tively begun. A letter to iMajority
Leader Underwood of the bouse ex expressing
pressing expressing the president's gratification
at the work accomplished and endors
ing (Democratic members for re-elec
tion will 'be the opening feature, v
The fact, that the United States is
at peace twhile iEurope is at war; the
currency, tariff and conservation 'bills
and the handling by the president of
the crisis following the outbreak of
the "European war are to be the prin
cipal points: to she dwelt upon by the
The president is making efforts to
harmonize all party differences before
the November elections. In this con
nection it was reported in official cir circles
cles circles that Henry Watterson, editor of
the iuisvllle Courier-Journal, would
follow the example of George .'Harvey
and call at the Wblte (House to end
the Incident which-caused both men
to withdraw their support of Mr. Wil-
son during the prenomination cam cam-iryaien
iryaien cam-iryaien in 1&12. There has been a
friendly exchange of letters .between
the president and Mr. Watterson, it
was officlaly stated.
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nich. What ihe did with utter lack
of scruple, but with Satanic wisdom,
"For some reason or other, the the advisers of the aged Francis Jos Jos-Lakeland
Lakeland Jos-Lakeland Telegram has the idea that Ph b.ave tried to do in ways that
Ocala is lacking in school room, and nave proven a succession of blunders.
nrtvprHsinjr its oninion ouite ex- A few years ago Roumania was In en-
tensively. If the Telegram (had read tire sj-mpathy with the dual mon
tbe Star, it (would have found that archy. But the great country that
Orala wliich has just finished one was almost her guardian must needs
lilg and up-to-date sohoolhouse, is see fit needlessly to oppress the Ru
building two others outright and mans of its population and to give a
adding considerably to another, has deaf ear to protests; it must needs
plenty of school room. We have the excite and plot a Balkan war design design-4QeMtT,nnv
4QeMtT,nnv design-4QeMtT,nnv npnnlft who are well ed to pave the war for territorial
posted on the subject that Ocala is trade with a Turkey expected to be
supplied with school facilities as victorious; when that. failed, it must
well as any town in the state, and needs scheme that second Balkan
much better than some. war 'between Bulgaria and her former
, allies, Greece and Servia. As a re-
The occupation by Japan of Jaluit, t, Roumania stepped in and set-
rtie principal island of the (Marshall tied the Balkan dispute to her own
srouo. ffives another impetus to the advantage and shifted the friendship
suspicion with which Japan is re- of years. She was answered with the
garded in this countrv. The iMarshall stupid ultimatum to Servia. Now,
Islands are in mid-Pacific, about -half her people fully informed of all this
!,atWppn -Honolulu and the Phil- half-baked diplomacy, she is eager
limine and a few hundred miles for an alliance with Russia in the
t, ,v a .morgan glittering ihope of "Roumania for the
s&Ips on the way to our Asiatic pos- Roumanians
sessions. They are in about three
Says easy steaming of the American German critics have been caustic
oable station on Wake island, and in their remarks on the czar's armies,
obout four 'from Guam. As long as and now a Russian officer of high
Japan and Germany are at war, we rank comes back by saying: "Instead
Iiave no right to protest against of following sound military princi princi-inr.nn
inr.nn princi-inr.nn takins anv German port, even pies of seeking out the enemy's
iiTTnrvv has offered his services in the ":h:&3 :::::-::-:::k.'.' v-.
New York campaign and the presi- i
in dent will consult Mm freely. TherehC TIlC jTa f PPn T"" Prrt
x nr tw mm im cr ;- w w ... ....
In New York several members of
the cabinet have endorsed Gov. Glynn
"(Suffering from a sudden attack of for re-election and the president will
apoplexy which occurred Sunday, formally take the same action. iMr.
Mrs. F. A. Chaoman. 219 (Hendricks
avenue, South Jacksonville, passed
away this morning at 3:30 o'clock
her home. IHer death will prove a I wer manv indications that the ad
great shock to friends in this city ministration w'ould make extraordi-
and Florida. : narv efforts toward (Democratic suc-
"HMrs. Chapman was in perfect cess jn Xew York.
health before the attack. She died In Pennsylvania the .president is
without regaining consciousness, and Lj0jng everything possible 'for the
is survived by her husband and two election of Representative Palmer as
daughters, aiiss Iaura Chapman, ol senator and may go to Pittsburgh to X
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mis city, ana ours, jawin pencer, i spea at a Young Men's
jr., oi naKeiana, ana one son, vv. xu. Association anniversary meeting at ?
Sweeny. Three ibrothers also mourn )Mr jpaimer's invitation, although he
her death, 0. 03. Evans and C. Ev- will not make a (political speech.
A. E. BURN
RELL.ljLE J ..Liit
$; Clean, Fresh, W,ell Laundered jliii :.n
is a necessity. To supply that w.'
I esma SHeaiiini Loped:;. ?
Hobson will officiate."
Victrola and Victor
The (Murray Company.
Fresh drugs, that is the only kind
we have. Bitting & Knight.
If you trade at Gerig's you .are as assured
sured assured of best service and duality, tf
Music 10c, at the
The very latest INITIAL STA
TIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
All kinds of bulbs
Ocala Seed Store.
now on sale at
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear. Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar
ans or itsirmingnam ana vans, Secretary Bryan plans to leave to
ot Tampa. ImnrrfYW nIfrVit t cnlr In thft Ohio WV&W-
Tne funeral .will tbe held Thursday cam .paigI1. 0n IFriday and Saturday
afternoon at 3 o clock at the resi- toe wiU sPeak in flndiana. On IMon
oence or xne ramny. Kev. v. A.hflV; (vr ift. Rcrfitarv will
start a campaign through western
Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming
A skilled pharmacist will person- and South. Dakota and during the
aly care for your prescription work, following week he will speak in North
if sent to Bitting & TCnlsrht Phone Dakota. 'Minnesota, "Wisconsin Iowa
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THE OCALA EVENING GTAH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1014
I have purchased the bankrupt stock of
L. W. Harley and will put on the mar-
ket a Quick Sale beginning
I was able to Buy this stock f or almost nothing, and
will sail eai article af less than half factory price.
This stdck is too well known to the public to need
any iMrodticlibn. For many years I operated this
store under the name of the Guarantee Clothing and
Shoe Co., later sold to Mr. Harley, and both Mr.
Harley and myself have always enjoyed the reputa reputation
tion reputation of carrying the best class of goods that money
could buy. This stock consists of nothing but High
Grade Ready to Wear for Men and Boys. Also Suit
Cases, Bags, Etc. I am not able to give prices at
present as I expect to mark each article so low that
you would not believe it in print. These goods are
New- and Clean and must go, so the store can be va-cated.
I Store .opens sit 9 o9e!ock
1 'Friday,, OctoBer S0. Dofi9t I
i miss tfiis opportoniity to I
j get your fell and winter
i outfit I
I of MTeii9 and IBoys9 IFnrnisliiiis 1
Ocala House BlocliNext door to
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Telegraph Office and Board
SIDE LIGHTS Di
THE WORLD'S SERIES
GREAT SUMS OF MOXFA WILL
CHANGE HANDS OX THE
(Daily Sport Letter, I. N. S.)
BY FRANK G. .MEXKS
Philadelphia, Oct. 8. Probably
$1,500,000 in wagers will be at
stake when the "Braves and Athletics
meet tomorrow in .the first game o:
che series that will decide the base baseball
ball baseball championship of the world. As
the series (progresses another $1, $1,-000,000
000,000 $1,-000,000 will be wagered on the otit otit-ccrae
ccrae otit-ccrae of the games, and by 'bettors
who want to hedge onthe series.
Never, in history has there been
such heavy letting on any sporting
event. Backers of the Athletics
have enormous bankrolls, and during
the past ten days tons of Boston
money has come into sight. Those
who back the (Braves are so confi confident
dent confident that their team will win that
today many of (them are willing to
accept even money bets on 'the series.
The general betting today, how
ever, was 5 to 4 on the Athletics.
Last week the odds were around 7 to
4 on the Athletics, while two or three
weeks ago, when it looked certain
that the Braves would win the uen uen-nant,
nant, uen-nant, the Athletic backers offered 2
to 1 and 3 to 1 against the Braves.
It is estimated that something like
$330,000 has 'been 'bet in New York
city alone. In Boston about $250, $250,-000
000 $250,-000 has ibeen put up, while some something
thing something like $200,000 has been wager
ed here. In every other city and
town in the entire country wagers
have -been made on the outcome of
this blue ribbon event in baseball.
There 'has been so me brisk betting
on the outcome of the first game, in
addition to the general betting on the
series. The average odds are 5 to 4
that the Athletics will win the first
In addition to straight bets, there
are many of the so-called "freak"
variety. iBets of 3 to 1 have been
laid that the Athletics as a team, will
outhit the Brave for the series.
Even money hets have heen made on
the fielding showing of the two
teams, with plenty of Boston money
A number of bets have ibeen made,
at odds around' 5 to 4 that Collins
will steal more bases than Evers,
the leading pilferer of the Braves.
Even money bets have 'heeri made
that Collins will out-field Evers.
The Athletic contingent has bet
heavily that "Chief" Bender will win
the first game he pitches, no matter
what Boston pitcher is his opponent.
Most of this betting has been at 5
to 4 odds on Bender's chances.
One enthusiastic Quaker fan has
wagered $100 to $60' that Frank
Baker, the slugging Athletic thi d
sacker, will hammer out at least one
home run. The fact that anyone is
willing to give odd3 on Baker's
chance of turning this unusual trick
is surprising, but it merely expresses
One Boston rooter bet $50 to $100
that the first games that James Ru Rudolph'
dolph' Rudolph' pitched would result in victor victories.
ies. victories. Both pitchers imust win their
first 'battles to enable the iBostonian
Orange Springs, Oct. 7. -Mrs. E.
M. Minor of Boston, Mass, has rooms
at Mrs. Crandall's. She will prob probably
ably probably spend .the winter here.
Mr. Randall Wells, surveyor for
the New South Farm & (Home Co.
was in town Wednesday. He came
over from Carra way, where he is now
surveying for the company.
Miss Lucy Pegram gave an in informal
formal informal dance to a number of her
friends Wednesday night.
Mr. G. J. Apel spent last week
with 'his family here, returning to St.
Petersburg Saturday, where he is
engaged in business.
Mr3. W. H. Massey and family
have gone to Hahira, Ga., to make
their future home. They are missed
very much, especially in the Sunday
school, as Mrs. Massey and Miss
Lois are very much interested in the
School began Monday, Sept. 28,
with 25 pupils enrolled and we hope
to have more soon.
Mr. J. B. Hall returned from Sparr
Saturday. He has rented several
hundred acres of pasture land there,
and is now driving his cattle over to
fatten for the winter market.
Mr. Roseman, of Leesburg, visited
his daughter, Mrs. C. J. Rast, last
Mr. C. Salveson of New York city,
is registered at the Carlton House.
Mr. Reade WImberly has purchas purchased
ed purchased thtr tW. H. Massey Co., store and
hopes to have in a lot of new goods
soon. He and his wife are staying in
in Mrs. Massey's house until they
can erect a cottage on their lot ad adjoining
joining adjoining the store lot.
Mr .and Mrs. Geo. W. Weed, who
are here from Henderson, Ky.A are
staying at the Carlton House for the
Mr. C. J. Rast went to Leesburg
last 'Monday for a few days visit.
On his way home he will stop at
Weirsdale fo ra few days with his
brother, H. H. Rast.
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. 'Rast spent a
few days last week at Blue Springs,
staying at Honeymoon Lodge.
COXTKST FOR MEDAL
The Kendrick W. C. T. U. held its
first medal contest, We3ncsiay even evening,
ing, evening, September 30, in the Methodist
The exercises were opened by a
song by the Sunday school children,
"Sing a SDng of Prohibition."
v Scripture reading and r prayer by
the pastor, Rev.'Slaymaker.
. Song, "Somebody (Must." ;
Contest No., 1,' "The Case Stated"
No. 2, "In. the Basket or in the
Jug" -Rogers Lyles.
Special music, "Oh, Perfect Bay"
Violin, Mrs. Clay; cello, Rev. Slay-
maker; piano, IMiss Boulware.
No. 3, "Ma Can't Vote" Amanda
No. 4, "What Shall We Do About
It" George Dansby.
Special orchestra music: Qlrs.
Clay, Rev. Slaymaker and iMr. Dans Dans-W.
W. Dans-W. -
No. o, "Two Portraits" Birdie
No. 6, "Two Visions" Lora
Song, "Don't Go Near the Bar Barroom,
room, Barroom, Father" Ruby Spencer.
Enjoyable talk by the pastor.
The judges awarded the medal to
iMIss Birdie Boulware, whiph was pre
sented by Rev. Slaymaker, with ap appropriate
propriate appropriate remarks.
Song, "A Saloonless Nation in
Emily A. Webb, Secretary.
Blitchton, Oct,. 7. Miss Varina
Blitch returned home Sunday from a
visit at Williston.
iMr. J. W. Coulter motored to
"Mrs. Ruby Nettles and children, of
Romeo, returned home Sunday, af
ter several weeks here.
Mr. B. fR. fBlitch is attending the
meeting of the school board in Ocala.
Messrs. J. ;M. Blitch, Goree 'Blitch
and O.S. Sanders visited Ocala Mou
fM-r. Boyd' Akin is attending school
'Mr. Harry McCully and Miss Floy
iMcCully, of Berlin, called Friday.
IMr. aqd Mrs. J. -J. --Harris of Mor Morriston
riston Morriston were Sunday visitors.
Mr. J. T. 'Burgess is up after sev several
eral several weeks' illness.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch spent
Sunday at Pleasant Hill.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased 'portion of the
ear. .There is only one way, to cure
deafness, and that is'hy constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube.. When
this tube is Inflamed yon can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can ibe taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
1 catarrh, which is nothing (but an in
flamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one hundred doll? is
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 and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a-la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
A SCHOOL OF STUDY
We will teach children how to pre prepare
pare prepare their "lessons In the afternoon
for each day. Terms reasonable.
Phone 305, or apply to Mrs. C. V.
Roberts and Mrs. R. L. Carter. 2-6t
Pay Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing this license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. AH funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
Into the road fund.
3-3 Ot W. L. Colbert; Tax Collector.
Weirsdale, Oct. 7. Mr, A. Tunic?
Reed transacted business In Ocala
a day or so the middle of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Schnitzler, Miss
Florence and Louise Smith, who
have spent the summer in Sabury
Park, N. J., returned home Friday. Friday.-Mr.
Mr. Friday.-Mr. S. reports that the war had quite
a disastrous effect on his northern
Fruit huyers are much interested
in our grove owners at this time, as
marketing time draws near.
Mr. J. Cornell, owner of a nlco
grove property along the south side
of the lake, and who has been in
Canada, his former home, since the
first of July, returned home Friday.
He hrd a very t pleasant visit with
relatives and friends.
Mr. R. H. Gano, our accommodat accommodating
ing accommodating agent and his brother, Charles,
came Saturday, and now -have charge
of the office work. air. Byrd, who
relieved him, and who seems to be an
able man, and his wife, left the same
day. Mr. 'R, H. reports that he and
his brother had a restful vacation
and saw many new sights in the
northern cities they -visited.
Mr. G. S. Stubbs of Oxford, ha3
rented the Jones property, which Is
now owned by Mr. H. X. Nold, and
moved into their new home 'Monday
and Tuesday. Welcome.
Mr, R. L. Lytle, whose house was
recently -struck by lightning, has re received
ceived received returns from the Insurance
adjusters and Is now making the nec-
cessary repairs. Monday of this
week he had rods placed which he
hopes will ground quickly and with without
out without damage the next bolt that comes
toward this part of the south lake
Messrs. Gathys of Bamboo, near
Leesburg, spent Sunday with their
friend, Mr. Causey, the bookkeeper
at the Walling mill, sout of town.
Mr. Emmitt 'Watson, of. York,
driving Mrs. Steel's car, brought Mr.
Frank and Annie Wilson, and Mr-
John Home, of York, and Miss Setz-
er of Ocala, over last Sunday and
they spent the day pleasantly with
Mr. and Mrs. ;R. D. Douglas, and
his 'brother, Mr. J. M. Douglas.
iMss Irene Dickinson, of South
Lake Weir, left Monday afternoon
for St. Petersburg.
Mr. W. W. Harriss and son, Albert
of Ocala, representing the 'Armour
Fertilizer Co., were here Friday. f
Mr. Frank Lytle shipped two czru
of grapefruit last week, and Mr. A.
J. S.' McKinney shipped one. Mr.
McK. has recently enlarged his pack packing
ing packing house and installed new, up-to-date
-machinery for the handling of
his splendid crop of fruit.
We aresorry to report the death
of Dr. 1. M. (King, of Stanton, whfel:
occurred on Thursday morning of
last week. Dr. King wa3 for yenrs
a practicing dentist, but has resided
intermittently here :for many year;;,
and was, In fact, considered one of
the early settlers.- His remains were
quietly laid to rest In the Mayvillo
cemetery, Friday morning. The
writer dljj not get data for an ex extended
tended extended notice.
Mrk. McConn and son, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, visited a few days this week
with Mr. William Alsop.
tMr. :-... 'B. James, of -Little River,
with his wife, and-Mr. Wilbur 'Ad 'Adams,
ams, 'Adams, called at, the home of Rev. and
Mrs. J. A. Loan, Wednesday.
.When you need stationery, .go to
KREGER'S. v 9-24-tf
ISM A DDL!
When the opportunity is offered
you? Our system of selling only
for SPOT CASH enables us to
sell good3 at a lower price than
you can get at a credit store. We
have no "dead heat" accounts
that the responsible customer
helps to pay. Call and let us con convince
vince convince you, that we can save you
money on your GROCERIES.
Ccalo Ccclv Grocery
Next to Burnett's
On Fort Iving Avenue
ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
'ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINE.!
' AND NEWSPAPER3 '.
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THE OCAIiA K VETTING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1914
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
Live content with small 'means;
seek elegance rather than luxury, re re-Ilnement
Ilnement re-Ilnement rather than fashion; be
worthy rather than respectable;
wealthy 'not rich; study hard and
think quietly; talk gently and act
frankly. Listen to the stars, the
birds and the .babies and sages with
open hearts. Bear cheerfully and do
bravely await occasions and never
hurry. In other words, let your
spirituality arise unbidden and un unconsciously
consciously unconsciously let it grow up through
and above the things that are com common.
mon. common. Extract from Channing.
Miss (Maude Alexander passed thru
the city yesterday afternoon en route
to her home in Brooksville after a
charming summer spent with friends
and relatives in New England.
;Mrs. (Mamie iHowse tStorall, ttliss
Minnie Stovall and IMr. Bernard
Koonce returned yesterday afternoon
from a most delightful motor trip to
Daytona, going and returning toy iway
of Sanford, Orlando and Leesburg.
air. Wallace O. Stovall, who accom accompanied
panied accompanied bis mother and sister, left the
party at the 'beach, going on to his
home in Tampa.
Olr. G. l. Cannon of New York has
joined his parents, .Mr. and IMr s. Dun Duncan
can Duncan Cannon at their home on Camp
Heights, and will in all probability
spend the winter here.
'Miss Josephine Bullock arrived
home yesterday afternoon from a
three months stay in Demorest, Ga.,
where she has ibeen -with her mother
Miss Jessie Woods and cousin, (Miss
Katherine Hummy, left yesterday for
Ttode City to visit their uncle, iMr. 1.
A. Woods and family.
iMrs. Hobert Taylor, a former pop popular
ular popular resident of this city, passed
through yesterday with her sister,
'Mrs. flUfforr! nf Rustics fUrs Tfl-vlnr
will be the guest of Mrs. Clifford for
about ten davs. after which she will
pay a short visit to-friends and rela rela-tives
tives rela-tives in Ocala.
Bliss Clara Johnson will be the
hostess tomorrow afternoon of the
young ladies' nullo club.
m m m
3Irs. -George Ford arrived home
Sunday from Washington, and will
leave tonight for Ocala to visit with
3drs. 'Harry Peter of Dunnellon is
In the city, combining business and
pleasure today. f
Hickory Island on the gulf, where,
with their families they are having a
few weeks vacation. They will re return
turn return to the island tomorrow.
All members of Ocala Chapter No.
2fJ, O. E. S. are urgently requested to
attend the meeting this even
ing, Oct, 8th. A number of candi candidates
dates candidates will receive "rdegrees of the
order and a large number of visitors
from the surrounding chapters of
Gainesville, Inverness, Qlclntosh, Ft.
(McCoy and Island Grove will be in
attendance. Each and every mem member
ber member of the Ocala chapter will be ex
pected to be present and fc help give
the visitors royal welcome. Refresh
ments will be served.
IMr. T.'T. iMunroe came home last
night from his summer visit north.
.Mr .and Qlrs. CUunroe sDent thrf
weeks in (Detroit with iMrs. ;Munroe's
relatives, and iMr. IMunroe went thru
the great factories of the Ford and
Cadillac motor car companies, and
said he could have spent a month in
them and not grown tired of the in
teresting sights. They went from
there to New York state, .Mr. ftlun ftlun-roe's
roe's ftlun-roe's former home and visited his
people In Albany and Skaneateles.
iMrs. iMunroe will remain in the lat
ter city for several weeks yet. (Mr.
IMunroe is greatly benefited by his
trip, but is glad to return home. He
says, they are having splendid crops
in the north and feel the European
war very little.
On account of the rain, the Pyth Pythian
ian Pythian Sisters could not meet Tuesday
evening. They will meet in the K.
of P. hall next Tuesday night.
IMrs. (E. W. Davis of Orlando is
the genst of iMrs. G. B. Stein and her
daughter, IMiss ;Mae Stein..
Mrs. Charles J. Phillips, formerly
of this city, now of Jacksonville, is
visiting ber -mother at Wiiliston.;
BOARD OF TRADE
Number of lniiortant Affairs Passed
Upon at the Special Meeting
The special meeting of the. Board
of Trade was held last night in the
Board of Trade rooms with a large
(Minutes of the previous sessions
The application of Mr. W. W. Mar Martin
tin Martin for membership was received and
Several communications were read
from Congressman Frank Clark and
filed for information.
Tlianks to Clark for His Good Work
The following resolution drafted
by the board of governors was adopt adopted:
ed: adopted: "Whereas, (Many questions of vital
importance have arisen and are to be
made issues for the future iwelfare
of Florida and whereas, our pres present
ent present representative in Congress, Hon.
Frank Clark, standing in the fore forefront,
front, forefront, watching and guarding the in interests
terests interests of his constituents as well as
the whole state; and whereas, the in introduction
troduction introduction in the 'House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives of the Sixty-third Congress of
the tbill known as H. R. 18780, Sept.
14th, 1914, entitled, "A bill to equal equalize
ize equalize transportation rates on vegeta vegetables,
bles, vegetables, citrus fruit and other fruits
transported from one state to otbar
states of the United States," is one
of the 'best movements Inaugurated
at this session; therefore be it
Resolved, That the iMarion County
Board of Trade wishes to emphasize
Its confidence in our representative
and to endorse him for bis action
along the line of relief to be given
through his bill which comes, at su2h
an opportune time. Just 'when tbrti
the efforts of the Board of Trade, the
Vegetable Marketing Bureau of Flor-f
Ida is being organized.
"Furthermore, that we extend our j
sincere thanks and appreciation for
courtesies extended our secretary on'
hi9 recent visit to Washington in. the
interest of our sister city, Tunnellon,
In securing an eight foot channel on
the Withlacoochee river; also in con conference
ference conference with the secretary of agri agriculture
culture agriculture and heads of his bureaus, In
JAMES P. PHILLIPS, JR.
the marketing and
the vegetable pro-
the interest of
ducts of our state and securing a
supply of fish for Lake Weir."
A communication was read from
iMr. E. W. Kirk, regarding the estab-
I?was referred to the committee on fac-
The friends of 5Ir. and iMrs. J. P.
Phillips were in hopes yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon that their little boy, James
P., Jr., was on theroad to recovery, ftories.
but as evening canle on he 'began to A communication from Mr. Robert
sink, and a little lifter 8 o'clock he iTayflor ot.the A. C. L. Railway, re repassed
passed repassed away, f jgarding the new train and. schedule
He was a .bright little boy, lack- from Gainesville, was read. A ruling
. 4. . . ' A -r : a.- r t
beautiful home wedding will be
solemnized this evening at o'clock'
in Jacksonville, when .Miss Julia Be Be-ville,
ville, Be-ville, the attractive daughter of Mr.
and IMrs. A. S. Beviile, will Ibe united
in marriage to IMr. Jonathon Yerkes.
This marriage is of special social
interest to many in this city, wfoere
(Miss Beviile is well known and bas
tmany relatives to join in iwis.hing
tbem all great happiness. iMiss Be
viile is the niece, of Mrs. Julia Hais-
ley, of this city.
.Mr. F. W. TTitto went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon. He receiv
ed a telegram stating that 'his broth brother,
er, brother, Raiford, who 'has been ill for a
yeaT and a half iwas much worse.
'tMr. Ditto will bring his ibrother to
Ocala, if he is able to make the trip.
IMrs. (Mary Eagleton is moving to today
day today to ther home which was formerly
occunied :bv 'Mr. a.nd -Mrs. W. W. Con
ing a few weeks of five years old the
dearly beloved of ihi3 parents and
brothers, and the;pet and playmate
of all t'he childreii In his neig'&bor neig'&bor-liood.
liood. neig'&bor-liood. His sicknlss brought, great
sorrow to all (his friends, and It will U
be a Jong time before they cease to'
mourn and miss iMm.
The f uneralservfces this mornins
at the residence, rwere very largely
attended. Rev. Crosse officiated, and
the sorrowing friends dropped mans"
tears on the flowers that hid' the lit little
tle little coffin.
Interment was in Greenwood, and
iMdver and iMacKay were in charge.
About two years ago, IMr. and iMrs.
Phillips lost their little daughter,
and this added affliction is a beavy
one. Their friends sincerely sympa sympathize
thize sympathize iwith them and share in their
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From this selection we think vc can give you juct
what your particular taote and wants call ior. Each land
is the best that has come to our knowledge, w
WHOLE lIEAT and -EElAKAtl
New Shipment of Fresh Ctock just received.
Self -Rising Buckwheat"
wans uown uaiiG
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U. D. C. MEETING
.The U. D. C. will hold its resrular
meeting Friday afternoon at 3:30
o clock at the residence of IMrs. S. R.
,rV'haley. All members are. urged to
ibe present as there will 'be ; election
of delegates for the convention to be
held in Kissimmee.
3Irs. J. C. Caldwell,"
There is much activity in dub cir circles
cles circles today. The ladles are having
v f 1 5 I'll m nx-ari Into thfi neW
4.u .-iu. .. :-'nn at the depredations of boy
-building and getting things in shape J,
and readiness for the formal open
The Ocala Library Association met
vptr1av afternoon at 4 o'clock in
A number of our people, particu
larly the ladles, are justly indignant
slingshots and air rifles, but they
are somewhat unjust to the police.
Ocala has only half a dozen po
licemen and they can't be every-
Is to be made on this matter on the
I A communication was read from
Miami in the matter of changing
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Communications were read from
the !San Francisco Exposition manag managers
ers managers and the South American trades
expansion bureau, tooth of which
Light WilT Investigate Express Kates
The following communication was
received from iMr. L. S. Lfght:
To the IMarion County IBoard of
I have been appointed a committee
of. one to Investigate' the proposed ex express
press express rate changes, and 'beg leave to
submit the following.
The Southern Express Co. on Aug.
8 promised to supply me with a com complete
plete complete list of all the proposed changes
in the express rates. It has failed to
I applied to the railroad commis commissioners
sioners commissioners for an outline of the propos
ed changes, and herewith find their
(Mr. (Hockaday, manager of the ex
press company, showed me a copy of
the changes, etc. These changes, in
brief, as a reduction from 75 of
first class rates on vegetables to
65 on cabbage, etc., from 65 off to
60. On cantalounes to northern
markets there will 'be a cut of nearly
20 of the late rate.
Mr. Tench, rate expert of the Flor
ida RfQroad Commissioners, reports
the rates on beans, peas, lettuce from
Ocala to Atlanta and all points in
aike zone, old rate 6oc a crate, late
where. A boy with an air rifle or
I eUntr dnion 'f n-'Tirvse flip -5 r 5 n 1 f v nf n
the board of trade rooms, and reor- Mm rate c, proposea rate, 6tC, a cut
The 1H,UVBmdU i- of 28c a crate from old rate. To
Asheville and points in the same zone
. 1 9 I
miss uiinuie uaiusuj t me oia rate was Toe, the late rate
limited number of pupils lessons in 57c, the proposed rate 49c; to Vir
singing. Special attention to correct ginia points like reduction: to Wash
voice production. Garcia s method, ington the old rate was 87c, the late
Apply 514 .torx Jtving ave. -ou-ou- rate si'c, tne proposed rate 71c. To
Boston the old rate was $1.02 the
ganized for the winter season.
meeting was a most enthusiastic one
and much important work was ac ac-complised.
complised. ac-complised. The association is under
special obligations to ;Mrs. X.. Jt. Cha Cha-zal
zal Cha-zal for eleven volumes of literature,
and to Mrs. Alexander, of Worcester,
Ai'nss.. tor two volumes of Christian
science, a life of Mrs. Eddy and many
In buying drugs here you are al-j late rate 90c, the proposed -rate 77c
. x J T I
ways sure or xesiea quamy ana au-
Dr. and Mrs. Xi. von Engelken
will go to Palatka Friday for a visit
witb their son, who recently return return-ri
ri return-ri frrvm rRurooe. They will return
air. Paul Durand of this city and
M.mtsi- fTr. Frank Durand of
IOE CREAM, all that
implies, at KREGER'S
Subscribe for your .Magazines at
The iMurray Company.
Purity in drugs is everything, Sit-
Taiaa, came up yesterday from ting & Knight have only that kind.
.... J - .... ;
Ira ijfOMip Ihome
To Chicago the orld rate was 90c, the
late rate 81c, the new rate. 70c. To
Cincinnatlr the old rate was 57c, the
Oate -rate 77c, the new rate 67c. To
Pittsburg, the old rate 80c, ithe late
rate 79 c, the proposed rate 69c.
On tomatoes the rates are .about
On cantaloupes the new rate to
northern markets will be about -20
lower than ther. late rate.
On eggplants the new rate will be
about the same as the late rate, tho
at some points nearly '50 higher
han the old rates.
The new rates will be quite a re
duction on 90 of the vegetables
that we usually ship 'by express.
The Southern Express people are
taking a big interest in the vegetable
growers' interests. They will not go
into the commission 'business, but
will instruct their many thousands
of agents to help find markets, col-
ect ibad debts, furnish ithe names of
reliable dealers, etc. r in each place.
They say that they will pay claims
promptly and I believe that they will.
Their works prove It. I am much
pleased with the express people in
the way they are belping us.
Yours truly, S. .Light.
The 'board of trade of Tallahassee
urged Florida citizens who desired to
buy a bale of cotton to communicate
with it. : rr
A telegram was read by Olr. Sid
Haile from iMr. Parsons, superintend
ent of the Seaboard, who was detain
ed at Manatee on account of an ac
cident at the bridge there, but would
be in town today.
President George MacKay explain
ed that the action of the Board of
Trade, so far, in the union station
matter bad been neutral and to get
an expression from the public in the
matter and lay that expression be before
fore before the railroad commission, but
now the time had come when the
Board of Trade should take sides in
the issue, either for or against..
iMr. Malcolm Williams, of the A.
C. L. Railway, made a very sensible
and straightforward talk for his
company against the union depot
project and gave his road's reasons
for opposing it. Mr. Williams said
in part that the Seaboard had every everything
thing everything to gain by the union depot,
1 that it would have to build a new de
pot anyway; that it had the short
mileage to Jacksonville; that the A.
C. L. depot was not only a good one,
but was centrally located for the pub public
lic public and saved the traveling public
thousands of dollars annually in the
This Special Rate good on anylof the Compr.ny'c
LI V i
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars dpr':f to
Mo. (Bo .yLLi jiii
West Bay Street,
Florida Passcnwr Acnt,
- f ...--- ..
, Jacksonville, F1ot!;:!;i.
(Concluded on Page 5)
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VV7 and complete line of the best known makcG
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable: We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
OCALA GAS ENGINE WORKS,
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PHONE 271 OCALA, FTOISIDA
Put Your Ad; in the STAR if yoo want RES yii &
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1014
ROOM AXD HATH FOR A JKiLLAR AND A HALF
(DC ALA EMDUM
Completely Renovated and New Management
Room Without Bath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
ROOM AXD BATH FOR .A IHiVLXR AXD A HALF
BOARD OF TRADE
Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing.
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
BE EF T
Contractor and Builder.
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
transier or passengers and baggage,
i That the A. C. L., by virtue of its
schedules, brought most all of the
people to Ocala who came here to
j trade; that the Seaboard did not and
never had maintained a schedule that
' would permit a shopper to come
to the city, do his trading and get
home the same day. That his road
j would not maintain its present sta sta-j
j sta-j tion, as some thought, if forced to
Icome into the -union depot, 'but would
! abandon it.
Col. (R. F. Rogers made a strong
talk for the union station and gave
some of his reasons for wanting it.
On motion, the chair was author authorized
ized authorized to name a committee of ten
memlbers ofthe Board of Trade to
appear at the hearing next -week of
the railroad commission and the rail railroads,
roads, railroads, on the 1 3th at the court house
in this city, when the petition for a
union depot will be heard and the
people and railroads given a chance
to address the commission.
On motion of IMr. F. iE. Harris, Mr.
MacKay's partner, lilr. D. E. Qlclver,
a strong advocate of a -union depot,
was to be one of the committee.
'.Secretary Rooney read the contract
entered into (between 58 citizens of
the city and flr. George Seldea Wal
do of Gainesville, to conduct a Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua in Ocala for ten days. Some
of the men (present wished to back
out or get the contract cancelled, but
the majority seemed in favor of car
rying it out and -holding the Chau Chautauqua.
tauqua. Chautauqua. The chairman asked all the
signers of the contract to remain aft after
er after the Board of Trade had adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to discuss the matter. The list
was read and it was thought there
were less than half a dozen who
could not be depended upon to carry
out their obligations, and as there
was not a quorum present, it was de decided
cided decided to call a meeting of the entire
list of signers for Friday night.
On motion, iMr. George iMacKay
was elected chairman and Mr. J. D.
Rooney secretary of the Ocala Chau
FIXIi REPORTS AT THE TEMPLE
DURING THE WORLD'S
Arrangements have been complet completed
ed completed for giving full reports of the
games of the great World's Series at
the Temple, during the games.
The first game will be in Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Friday, and all who desire to
hear the reports should be at the
Temple at 1 o'clock. The reports will
be read from the stage in detail, and
will be in full.
Admission, 25 cents.
The profits will be given to the
Ocala baseball team, and the Star
hopes the attendance will foeJarge.
I LOMG MIGHTS f
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by installing
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps g
they will give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.
l o TOCESEM-
No. 9 North Main Street
SEE THE WORLD'S SERIES
Or Rather Hear Them at the iTempIe
. Every Afternoon
Tickets for the World's Series
games are on sale at Gerig'e drug
The service costs $20 a game.
The profits will go to the ball team.
. Also be good to yourself.
iBuy a season ticket and 'be in your
seat at 1 p. m. Friday. You can al
most hear the umpire say "play 'ball."
SUIT COAT LENGTHS
Both Long and Short Continue to be
Accepted by Consumers
CONFERENCE ON THE
At the Board of Trade Rooms To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow Evening
All the ladies who participated in
the Chautauqua meeting March 3ilst,
191'4, which made provisions for the
coming Chautauqua for 19T5 are spe specially
cially specially requested to he at the meeting
Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, to be
held at the Board of Trade to ar arrange
range arrange and discuss matters ipertaining
to this coming event. All ladles in interested
terested interested are likewise urged to attend
this meeting. United effort will mean
success. IDon't fail to come.
J. D. 'Rooney, Secretary.
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
v Offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
''liilding on Main Street, southeast corner
ox-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
Saved .GirFs life
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re received
ceived received from the use of ThedfQrd's Black-Draught,1' writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles,
they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's
Black-Draught mafle them break 'out, and she has had 'no
more trouble. I shall never be without
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y dizzi-y ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar
q ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, q
q reliable, gentle ana vaiuaoie remeay. q
O If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black- O
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y years of splendid success proves its value. Good for Q
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Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
ftlessrs. Frank iHarris, George Blitck
and J. 'H. 'Benjamin, the committee
to 'pass on ithe names, will meet to go
over the big Jot of names that have
been suggested if or ;Mr. B. Gold Goldman's
man's Goldman's store. Some name out of the
lot will be selected, and the au author
thor author the lucky person to receive the
$10 in gold. If you (have not sug suggested
gested suggested a name, do so' before Saturday
afternoon, for you may toe the lucky
one and the prize is not to be sneezed
at. ' ; :
One gentlemen said to 'Mr. Gold Goldman
man Goldman this week that he could suggest
no better name for the store, none
that would carry more sincerity or
honesty with it than "B. Goldman."
Mr. Goldman blushingly told him he
certainly appreciated the compli compli-ment
ment compli-ment and it made him feel good to
think he was so well thought of.
Another man told him that he iwas
about to solve the problem that has
worried the public ever since the
days of Moses, to-wit: "What is in a
name, and the answer is ten dol dollars.
lars. dollars. iMr. Goldman is quite anxious
for the hour 'to arrive and the
judges to decide what he is to call
his store what the name is that is
destined to be so broadly advertised
and become Iambus throughout Cen Central
tral Central Florida.
BANKRUPT SALE TOMORROW
The big bankrtfpt sale at the stoie
recently occupied by L. W. 'Harley,
be opened at 0 o'clock tomorrow
morning by Mr. Joseph IMalever. The
entire stock of new and seasonable
goods in on display marked in plain
figures. A thousand pairs of men's
fine shoes, of the best known makes,
have been tied together, tagged with
size and sales price and hung up for
quick inspection. .Mr. Malever says
he's going to have one of the greatest
rushes the city has ver seen when
the doors open tomorrow, so you had
better be there if you swant your
(From the Dry, Goods 'Bconomist for
The demand for suits' has been
very satisfactory acording to the re reports
ports reports gleaned from buyers; in fact,,
a few have already been obliged to
return to the market in search of
:goods lor immediate delivery, as the
initial bills were so small that even
at this early date size assortments
A notable ifeature of the (present
demand is the Tiumber of inquiries
for suits iwith short coats; that is to
say, coats Tanging in length from
about 26 to 34 inches. Buyers state
that when they made their first
snowing or,iau suits iwnicn were
(practically all knee lengths or long
er ney round some or their cus
tomers were unable to wear these
long suits, while the few short ones
they, bad in stock -were picked up so
readily 4t seemed necessary to bave' a
better assortment. "Consequently, a
number of requests were sent to
manufacturers to ship out at their
earliest convenience a few suits with
short, snappy coats suitable for
small women and young girls.
Long Coat Suits
iMany duplicates on long suits
have been received during the last
fortnight, and retailers are of the
opinion that these long coat suits
will be popular for some 'time to
Last spring the short coat and the
long tunic .were suitable only for
young girls; consequently when the
long tunic made Its appearance it
was taken up so readily that the
short tunic suit was placed in the
background. 'Experiences of this kind
are very expensive, both -for the re retailer
tailer retailer and for the manufacturer, and,
therefore ,the early orders this year
bave been small and manufacturers
have been timid about cutting up
A seeming factor nowadays against
the acceptance of one particular
style is the fact that the woman who
pays a high price for a suit usually
wants something different from what
she sees in a cheap garment.
While the displays of the dress dressmaking
making dressmaking supply houses are not as ex extensive
tensive extensive as they have been in other
seasons, fair representations of tail tailored
ored tailored suits are being shown; and
these include suits with coats of var various
ious various lengths, many of which are ex extremely
tremely extremely long. This indicates that
the long coat suit was considered
very highly by. the best Paris cou couturiers.
turiers. couturiers. All of the Fifth avenue
tailors are showing suits of various
lengths, from 2 A to 50 inches, and
each tailor recommends that the
customer select the suit that is mo3t
toecoming to her, without any consid consideration
eration consideration as to the length of the suit
Variety of Lengths
Taking the entire situation from
the present standpoint, it is general generally
ly generally believed by the majority of manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers that while the long suit
will be the best seller there will be
a fair proportion of shorter lengths
brought out in the second lines to
meet the demands of women who do
not take kindly to the long coat.
All of this confirms the predictions
as to the variety of lengths.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t
TH O Tl
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Ripteiie, a well known advertised
Eton Clotk, a warm fabric for fall vear.
SgQtch Flennal, real nice 'for children.
10ft sqPercale, the finest count percale.
IThite Ratine, suitable for suits and
Colored Ratine, light weight but real
Notice the fabrics, values up to 25c, at only
THE FIST STORE IN OCALA
'm-m- TO CUT PRICES
AND STILL AT IT.
i ; TkEA!TED RICH7
0 f ft f
A barrel of cranberries just re received
ceived received at Carn-Thomas Co. 1 0-6-3 1.
: Cflaolee sefleelledl, per gallon,
CMoSce scleeSedl, per barrel, 2X0 S
We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
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Crystal River, Fla.
c I I f J t
A good one-horse load for --..01.00
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for 02.50
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Cash on Delivery.
Star Want Ads. Bring Results,
THE OCA LA FYEXING 6TAR, THURSDAY, OCtOCVZtl S. 1924
fJilbur Smith Co.
E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
J Funeral Directors
Licensed Embamers I
Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 94.
f All work given our personal
attention and guaranteed folly.
11 V. Oklawaha Avenue.
X OCALA, FLORIDA.
UNDERTAKERS, and EHBALMERS
fine Caskets and Oarlal tlobes.
D. E. McIVEIt and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER ............. .104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 47
I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. "PI- BOBDITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
Xlercbants & Miners Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
cervicfe. Wireless telegraph on all
, steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
Uty Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla.,, Expert worn:
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
For Good Wood
BIG Load lor $1.
Your Order will have
J L SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General 'Merchandise
Hi AToin ?trMt. next door
to the City Mraket to ibe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag
nolia and South Second Street, where
4e will be pleased to see 'his friends
aad customers. ;
IRST CLASS FA3HIjY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
I 1 I ...mmmm..m IImiI mm. 1 f M a I a M M II
I ounuui imiy vens dim veiiiuys i
X ; ; 1
4 X;u,;.. i i 4'
9 I v. ;.. . X.4 V." f
I ft jJ ii
one knows the source of all the
fads that women indulge In, when
It comes to the manner of wearing
their clothes. But variety is the spice
of life and the present generation be believes
lieves believes in much spicing. This Is evi evident
dent evident by. the way in which fashions
change and is especially noticeable
when an eccentricity with no real
reason for being, becomes a fashion.
Just now there Is. a fad. for wear wearing
ing wearing veils, such as are classed as "com "complexion
plexion "complexion veils," so that they cover
only half the face. Nearly all of
these veils are made of large-meshed
but very fine thread silk-meshed veil veilings.
ings. veilings. Nearly all of them are black
and are bordered, with a row of
chenille dots at the edge. They are
narrow and Just long enough to reach
about the close-fitting hats with which
they are worn:
The veils just described are the
most sensible of the varieties that are
worn In this way. They are incon inconspicuous
spicuous inconspicuous and do not interfere with
the eyes. This cannot be said of lace
veils, rather heavy in pattern, that are
worn by more daring devotees of the
node. One of them is shown in the
On account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th and 28th days of. Octo October,
ber, October, .1914, a special meeting of the
city council was held on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration .books of
said .city, and the following names
Ward No. 1. A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. H. tVIcMahan (removed),
E .L. Howell (dead.)
Ward No. 2. Elmer Decamp,
George 'Feltbam, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, N. P. Ives, "R. C. Muncas
ter, J. J. 'IcCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Haysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T." C. Hall, Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. (Sinclair (dead.)
Ward No. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. .Hodges, F. R. Higgins,
M. Strauss, J. (M. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. JloClymond
Ward No. -4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. M. Grubbs (removed,)
Bock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
The city council will hear com
plaints at special meeting to ibe held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M. for the purpose of restoring names
' This the 26th day of 'September A.
D. 1914. H. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many times when one
man questions another's actions and
motives. Men act differently under
different circumstances. The ques question
tion question is, what -would you do right now
if you had a severe cold? Could
you do better than to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly
recommended toy people -who have
used it for years and know its value.
iMrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., sayr:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth its weight in gold and I take
pleasure in Tecommending it." For
sale by all dealers. adv
OPEN DAx AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner.! Meals a la carte and lunches
at any Iiour. Adv.
WHY NOT PUBLISH IT?
When you iwant a fact to 'become
generally known, the right way is to
publish lit. airs. Joseph Killans.
Pni Ind.. rwas troubled with 'belch
ing sour stomach and frequent bead bead-flhes.
flhes. bead-flhes. She writes: "I feel it my
nitr to tll others what Chamber
lain's Tablets have done for me.
. -1 A AtrrAe M
They nave -api ,,,irl
res-ulated my ibowels. Since using
Sim I have been entirely well." For
sale by all dealers. adv
illustration which Is given here.
A praiseworthy effort at harmony is
carried out in veils selected to match
the prevailing color with which the
hat Is to be worn. This Is seen again
In veils selected to match colored fac facings
ings facings in black hats. In colored veil veilings
ings veilings the amethyst shades, nattier blue,
and taupe are found to be most be becoming
coming becoming and are therefore favorites
among nets. The latest veiling dis displays
plays displays cream-white, Shetland and fig figured
ured figured nets with a lace pattern border.
This pattern is outlined with black
silk thread or embellished with em embroidered
broidered embroidered dot. The best effects in
veilings are those in which fhe mesh
is simple and borders are worked out
in chenille dots.
In chiffon veils, which are worn for
protection, the choice of colors is
much wider than in face veils of net.
One may indulge In any sort of blue,
all the amethyst and many of the
green shades. Taupe is a great favor favorite,
ite, favorite, as are gray and white. These
quieter colors predominate, but occa occasionally
sionally occasionally cerise and other brilliant hues
seem to suit exactly the style of the
wearer. JULIA BOTTOM LEY,
Sense Shown by Partridges.
Quails and partridges deserted parts
of France when the? aeroplane first
made its appearance there. But now
they have begun to return to their old
haunts. Before returning in force the
partridges sent some of their number
to scout for them.
HOPEIiESS LiUNG TROUBLE
Many recoveries from lung troubl troubles
es troubles are due to Dr. Bell'.s Pine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the lungs,
checks the cough and gives relief at
once. Mr. W. tS. Wilkins, Gates, N.
(O., writes: "I used 0r. Bell's Pine-Tar-tHoney
in a case given up as
ihopeless and it effected a complete
cure." Get a ibottle of lDr. fBell's
Pine-Tar-iHoney. If your cough is
dry and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you -will surely get relisf.
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-frl-wkly
A somewhat laggard and procrasti procrastinating
nating procrastinating student one Sunday evening
went to his instructor for aid in one
of his studies, asking him if he
thought it was wrong to study on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. He was somewhat surprised to
receive the reply, "If the Master was
justified in pulling the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabbath, was not the ass
Justifiable in trying to get himsel?
A vigorous stomach, perfect work working
ing working liver and regular acting bowels Is
guaranteed if you use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They insure good di digestion,
gestion, digestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic effect on the
whole system 'purify the 'blood and
rid you of all Ibody ipoisons thru the
bowels. Only '25c. at your drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrs-fri-w
The priceless privilege of European
travel, once secured, is often' under undervalued
valued undervalued by Americans. Ldppincotfs
tells of two American girls talking to
gether in Paris: "What shall we do this
afternoon? "Let's go to the Louvre."
"Oh, no; I've been there already, and
ICa not the sort of place you care to
go to more than once." The Magasin
de Louvre would doubtless have ben
better appreciated by this young
Y'OUR FALL COLD NEEDS
No use to fuss and try to -wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery, re relief
lief relief follows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothes your cough away.
Pleasant, antlceptic and healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
!Dr. King'" Osew Discovery and keep
it in the house. "Our family coagh
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, "Banchester, Ohio. (Money
back if not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always "helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
Speaking of Dancing T
. Anything thats worth doing at all
J to worth overdoing. Keble Howard.
ABILITY TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS
The Man Who Can Do That Must Rise
Superior to Circumstances Work-
fng Against Him.
We succeed just as often in spite of
circumstances as we do because of
theml The latter condition, inferring
of course, that the circumstances are
I in our favor, is entirely natural and
only to be expected, and accordingly
we do not feel as though we are jus justified
tified justified in taking to ourselves all the
credit' for any success we may
achieve. When we succeed, however,
in spite of circumstances; or, in other
words, when we rise superior to con conditions,
ditions, conditions, then It Is that we show the
real fiber of our natures and deserve
all the credit that can be accorded
us. However, if a man has It in .him
to succeed he will do so, notwithstand notwithstanding
ing notwithstanding unfavorable conditions. The abil ability
ity ability to achieve success is just as much
a gift as the ability to paint, or sing,
or write, or do anything well that lies
especially In our power. It is just a3
natural for some of, us to succeed a3
it is for others to fail, and all condi conditions
tions conditions for or against our success are
only means to an end. The man who
intends to succeed realizes that he
must rise far above many of the cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances of his life and the secret
of doing this is a part of himself and
is never readily acquired. Some of
the most distinguished men of the
past, men who have left the deepest
impress upon history's 1 pages, fought
and wrought In conditions that were
far from conducive to their success;
yet because they heard the call of an
unknown voice summoning them to
effort, and because they felt the thrill
of a faith in themselves which could
not be questioned they dared and won.
MAKING FERTILIZERS AT SEA
Foods for Farms Are Now Produced
on Board Ship From Men Men-"
" Men-" haden Fish.
An American boat, the Mills, of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, represents perhaps the ex extreme
treme extreme instance of the employment on
the ocean of electricity for industrial
purposes, says Farm and Home. The
Mills is a floating oil and fertilizer fac factory,
tory, factory, wherein every possible process
is performed under electrical control.
The oil and fertilizer are obtained
from the menhaden fish a fish sim similar
ilar similar in appearance to the herring, but
Powerful arc lights and search-,
lights are provided to enable the work
of catching and treating the fish to
go on day and night. When a school
of the fish is found, nets are slung
over the side of the vessel and
hauled in by electric hoists until the
bins are full. Electrically driven
screw conveyors carry the fish Into
smaller receiving tanks and automat automatically
ically automatically feed them into the steam cook cookers.
ers. cookers. In a few minutes the fish are
nulned. The cooked fish Is forced
through a rotary press to extract the
oil, which is conveyed to testing
tanks. The oil Is cooled and Is con
ducted Into storage tanks of 20,000
barrels capacity. The fish scrap or
fertilizer, from which all the oil
has been extracted, is blown by an
electric fan and dried as it is forced
by' the draft Into other storage bins,
where it is bagged as it arrives.
The First Red Cross.
The original Red Cross society dates
back from long before the Geneva
convention. Just 300 years ago an
anonymous German work, which ap appeared
peared appeared at Cassel, called upon the
learned to join and test the claims
of the Rosicrucian order, said to have
been founded two centuries before
that by one Christian Rosenkrenz,
who had gained his mysterious knowl knowledge
edge knowledge in the East. The order 'was
Christian and Protestant, and al although
though although it professed to possess many
secrets, including that of making gold.
Its chief object was the gratuitous
healing of the sick. A tremendous
controversy arose, the order being vio violently
lently violently assailed as heretical and as
violently defended by the broader broader-minded
minded broader-minded or more credulous. The whole
story appears to have been a trium triumphant
phant triumphant German university, spoof.
A mother, expecting a noted guest
who was to spend several days in
the family, warned her children be beforehand
forehand beforehand as to their conduct during
"Don't Interrupt the bishop when
he's talking," she said; "and don't
ask for a second helping at table,
and don't make' any noise In the
playroom, and don't" :
The "don'ts" fairly flooded the chil
dren, until the oldest child, a boy.
stemmed their tide.
"Mother," he entreated, "we'll be
good If you'll only not talk so much
about not being good. You don't need
to worry about us
The boy was right. Half the child's
misdoing today comes from our look looking
ing looking for it, expecting it, and suggesting
Few women who own or pause to
admire a beautiful string of pearls
stop to think that it is a special pro profession,
fession, profession, that of stringing pearls.
It is dainty work, even though mo monotonous.
notonous. monotonous. It is responsible work and
takes trustworthy employes with deli deli-cat
cat deli-cat fingers to handle valuable jewels
and thread the almost invisible knots.
Some owners of rare jewels refuse
to allow them out of their own pos possession,
session, possession, and in that case, the jeweler
must send a skilled hand to the house
of the customer several times a year
to do the necessary repairing.
Disease germs are on every han d. Th ey are in th vc :yr,L
we breathe. A system "rim down" is z prey for the?;:. On o
must have vital force to withstand them. Vital fore i aepcntl;
on digestion on whether or not food nourish zz ca H12
quality of blood coursing: through the body.
Strengthens the weak stomach.
UUggiBU "iCi. CCCU3 IUC SUUVCU iitiVCa. ijtitii 1UU ii-wil LAI tAi.iU. aWiiili.. r
return. A general upbuilding enables the heart to pump an engine
running in oiL The vital force is once more established to full rov.er.
Year m and year out lor over forty years this great Lcalth-rcstcnr r
iy nas oeen spreadm Uirourrhout the entire vtg:,j Desaur.3 a 1:
to maks the sick tc!1 and the T,cak strcn.T. Don't ilcr-r i" c.
"being your old self again." Give this vegetable remedy a trial ic 1,7 1
Now. You will soon feellikenewEs-!n.'" Sold In liquid cr table tfcr:i Vy
Drussists or trial box for COc by mall. Write Dr. V. ZL t i : rc ?, LziZzlo, I
Dr.'FIei'ce eveat 1003 us
Commercial Ban!; Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
AM. now In business for myself,
tail bar and Mail Order House.
is, and as much as any one else In business for your money
teen years In the business has taught me what the public
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OI? GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, ( VZf
at per gallon. 'miJ
Good Old 70 Proof Ilye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or. more, O 5 7 C?
at Der sallon . v C
In Glass Jugs; Packed in two One
Make my place your headquarters v;MIe in the city. You v. ill bo
welcome and be treated right at. all times and on every transe transection
ction transection -at '-."Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL, KINDS of it in
ties and on draft.
l i i i a t i vr r
u u iiunu ,:
Teams. Fur-Rent :
. JJL"A l.Ll.ly
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight, t
and Safes. I
x 'VjfgT Ar -Zss -v.
ACCCKACY ; ; ' SEC0EITT.
Marion County AbslracS Ccmpan
I ESTABLISHED 1832.
GRAHAM BOTEEHS. Lessees,
I OCAI.A, FLORIDA
First consideration and especial
Star Want Ads.
Gives (rood digestion. Er.Ivcnsi tho
fe SIisIleal Adlzerf
'Post. Box;':51S.:IiOcaI o
ISgh -. Cli
I can give you the tent thr.t
Gooi Old 80 Proof
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 ;;al
Ions or. more, ,f n
at por s ail on .
Remember tVit v;o. v.-jll
rncct the ;
i cnJ' U3 and
ice 't6f;-.axjV other
w- y f """s i T w'ff't jf
w ? I i
Superior to Vla-'-U
or Ceiling in:
Quality or Vtiz:
0 Mdm ifcit
' -WitHfmy new help-'.
er and additional no ,;
machinery I am
to satisfy you
Jf t fin y
attention given to small tract.?,
: t (..
the ocala Evening gtak, tiiuksday, October 81014
im H i lf i S jl' 1 is- If 1
I 1 f I" 1m
ji. -M WMSui 1(2
Hour and Eggs are 1'ies and Cookies
BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOI'S AND KOASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH.
Cltoice of 5 Tourist TFaSims
n c. 1 ;iiiffl
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
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Pullman cars from Chicago, S't. 'Louis, Cincinnati,
Intermediate ioints to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
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Sunday, October 18th, in all Sunday
A saloonless nation; Why not?
How? (Hab. 2:1-14). Temperance
Sinners that fear (Isa.33: 13-22).
A vision of the end (Isa. 28:1-18).
Righteousness exalts (Pro v. 1.1:1-
God against the saloon (Psa. 10:
The Ideal city (Rev. 21:1-17).
My duty (1 Cor. 8:6-13).
What temperance progress has
been made this year?
How may our school help temper temperance?
Why should our school work for
We have a Tight to abolish the sa
loon. It has no warrant to claim
As the supreme court of Indiana,
citing decisions of, other courts, says:
"iNo one possesses an inalienable or
constitutional Tight to keep a saloon
lor the sale of intoxicating liquor; to
keep a saloon for the sale of intoxi
eating liquor is not a natural right
to pursue an ordinary calling; there
is no inherent right in a citizen to
there sell intoxicating liquor Dy re retail;
tail; retail; it is not a privilege of a citizen
of the state or of the United States.
When we attack the saloon as an
evil thing we are not assailing a le legitimate
gitimate legitimate nuisance' nor invading the
saloonkeeper's inherent right.
We 'have a duty ta abolish the sa-
expects to vote for the Hobson-Shep-hard
constitutional amendment when
it comes before the Senate. Of
course (Hoke Smith has done enough
as a sale and brill laat statesman in
national affairs to entitle him to re return
turn return to the Senate on "general prin
ciples," and ?he was nominated, not
so much on a platform of pledges as
on his record of performance; hut it
Is refreshing to contemplate that
when the ; pending 'battle comes in
the Senat6 between the guardians of
our homes and our citizenship on one
side and the organized liquor inter interests
ests interests on the other, a powerful influ influence
ence influence like that of Hoke Smith will be
thrown on the right side.
The American civil war killed
something like a half million young
men, robbing the nation thus of the
product of their toil thru "i the years
ef life that would ;v. 'iii&ttuially1. have
been theirs, and of the children, the
sturdy sons and beautiful daughters
wirom tney could have given: to the
future. iNo possible xmputation
can express the loss. In this country
of ours today there are perhaps 'four
mfllion men debauching themselves
and'itheir posterity by drink. No pos possible
sible possible loss of the good sons of those
who die in war can for a moment
com paTe with the loss entailed upon
us in having these debauched child children
ren children of the gin mill cast (upon us by
the thousands. ' A
HJ)C Ml I
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Your attacks of lumbago are not
nearly so 'hopeless v as they seem.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the 'back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields iperfectlyto Sloan's, wrhlch
penetrates quickly all in thru the
sore tender muscles, limbers up the
Satardayo to Las! Cve? 2rr.Cay
. We will thank you. Our drivers will thank yoa.
And if the teams could talk they woul3 thank you, too for liv'r-
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ba.ck and makes it feel fine. fret, a
loon. A greeting wnicti the citizens bottle of (Sloan's Liniment for 23
of Cedar (Rapids, Iowa, addressed cents of any druggist and 'have it In
recently to the "Iowa Liauor Deal- the house against colds, sores and
ers' Association," which had 'been !,"VJ um"aui;
-welcomed to the city by the -mayor, mcney 'back if not satisfied, but It
sets forth some of the .reasons for does srive almost instant relief
detesting theOsaloon: tues-thrus-fri-wkly
"Shall we greet you as those who
" aaa v.O va vyiu u vaa aaiu &a y y a
prostitute womanhood, disgrace and Three newly furnished rooms for'
impoverish childhood? Shall we light housekeeping; all modern con
greet you as those who place upon veniences: close in: reasonable urice
the taxpayer the heaviest burden in for permanent party. Phone No.
caring for the results of your traffic? 378. 9-25-tf
"Your position in a community is
quite peculiar. We rail to nnd a city South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
that enumerates among its advantag- Burt Oats.
es its saloons.
"It is said by some that you help
a town. Do you make 'better fathers,
husbands, sons, and raise the stand
ard of citizenship? (Do you bring
comfort and happiness to mothers,
wives and children? Do you add to
the efficiency of laborer or business
men and so add to the material pros
perity of the place?
Xo, you;find these in the penitentiary
where eighty-five per cent, of the in
mates are your graduates, Seventy
per cent. of the insane are others.
iXInety per cent, of pauperism Is an another
other another class. The great burden of
private charity is due to the saloon.
The taxpayer must pay the enormous
cost of pour colossal failure to care
for your product. But only the
Father of us all knows the 'blight of
manhood, the shame of womanhood
the wreck of home, the heartbreak
of the innocent. iA'h! no, gentlemen,
you are not welcome to Cedar Rapids
by its homes and social interests."
.In addition to the conclusive mor
al arguments against the saloon and
all that it represents, men are seeing
with increasing clearness the eco economic
nomic economic argument. The New York
Times for February 5,,1 9 14, publish published
ed published the following dispatch:
Chester, Pa., Feb. .5.- With the
statement "that the efficiency "of a
workman is greatly accelerated by
a total abstinence from intoxicating
liquor," a quartz company of this
city has offered its three hundred
employees a ten per cent, increase in
wages if they will agree to abstain
from all forms of intoxicants. Wil William
liam William iH. Stanton, general manager of
the company and originator of the
plan, says he is greatly pleased with
the response to the offer, and declar
es that nearly all the 'men employed
at the plant have signed the agreement.
e ao iiwl miena jto araw any
distinction between the man who
does not sign the agreement and the
man who does," said Mr. Stanton,
"but we will not in the "future employ
a man who is known to be of habit'u
ai inxemperate uaoiis, ana anyone
who drinks after signing the paper
automatically severs his connection
with the company."
Although Senator Hoke Smith, of
Georgia, was originally a local op op-tlonist,
tlonist, op-tlonist, and is confessedly not as
"drastic" now as some prohibition prohibitionists
ists prohibitionists are, 4ie declared to the editor of
The Golden Age that he had seen
enough of the blessings from state
prohibition in Georgia to make him
believe in state-wide and nation-wide
prohibition. He declared also that he
".Crystal '-River, Fla.
fl ii fl ii
it I If
Shippers of the famous Crystal
Kiver Oysters, beal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect
care for orders both large
Salt Water Fish in any quantity.
. For further information address
1 W X I
Crystal BiveF, Fla;
Ocala, Fla.Sept. 1914
Tl : H" 77 7 TM F773
You who owe dues or s
scriptions must respond!
Citizens of Ocala!
Do you want the record of your
city to become tarnished ?
shall it stand forth as the best
inland city in Florida?
IF SO, let us have immediate
See us at once.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
J. E. CHACE,
J. D. ROONEY,
J. M. MEFFERT,
A. C. COBB,
R. S. ROGERS,
Board of GDvernors Mirioa County Board of Trade.
THE OCAIA EVENING STAR, THUIISDAY, OCTOBEH 8, 1014
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
ftloose meet this evening.
Council meets tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
(N'o band concert tomorrow night.
SSo "baseball game this afternoon.
Pytliian Sisters will
at The IMurray Com Com-1
1 Com-1 0-8-3 t
The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'S.
ER'S. KREG-ER'S. 10-5
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe,, official observer for. the gov government.
-Max. Min. R. F.
Oct. 1. 81 67 1.36
Oct. 2. ..82 69
Oct. 3. . .82 67 .41
Oct. 4. 83 66 .38
Oct. o .84 f 67
Oct. 6 .84 68 .45
Oct. 7. ....... .83 68
Forecast for this Evening and
GeneraUy fairwtonight and Friday.
ICE CREAM, all that
implies, at KREGBR'S.
air. Lee 'Miller of Orlando is in the
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
All School Supplies, at The -Murray
Take Rexall Salts for that tired,
sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 10-7
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the" water at KREGBR'S. tf
verybody is glad to see clever
and good-looking Percy Perkins back
in the' Arcade!" barbership. iMr. Per Perkins
kins Perkins has ibeen irp in' Georgia and
South Carolina, "out has decidedtnlat
Ocala is best.
Don't forget your papers will be
where you can find them if you use a
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-S
.New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocaia
Seed Store. 10-tf
Fresh parisy and sweet pea seed at
Bitting & Knight's drug store. 92 8-tf
Mr. Geo. W. Martin Is home lor a
Tisit to his faiiiily.
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Now Is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescrip-stion
stion prescrip-stion filled. Phone 14 is iBitting &
The best ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
Buy a season ticket to the World's
Series at the Temple, '"beginning to-morrow
afternoon at 1 o'clock.
LINOTYPE 3IATS FOR SALE ?
A. A U13 Mill JiClI I I1H TWfl Z
x ii, L i ri 1 lll 1 I f I lllli I 11 f .III All
t r w t
J 1 with bold face. No. 2, from j
X which the paper is set, for $25 x
Y cash.. The print of the paper
V shows their condition. The font
v Is full and complete. The Star,
X Ocala. Fla.
MOVED HIS OFFICE
!Mr. A. M. Lansford, the music
dealer, has moved his office and
sample "room to the front of -Bitting
& Knight's drug store in the Wallis
block, where he will be glad to see
NOTICE OP ELECTION
Whereas, the Legislature of 1913,
under the Constitution of 1885, of the
State of Florida, did pass three Joint
Resolutions proposing amendments to
the Constitution of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the same were agreed to by a
vote of three-fifths of all the members
elected to each house; that the votes
on said Joint Resolutions were entered
upon their respective Journals, with
the yeas and nays thereon, and they
did determine and direct .that the said
Joint Resolutions be submitted to the
electors of the State at the General
Election in November. 1914. :
NOW, THEREFORE, I, H. CLAY
CRAWFORD, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby.glve notice
will be held In each county In Florida
on Tuesday next succeeding the first
Monday in November, A. D. 1914, tte
said Tuesday being the
Third Day of November
for the ratification or rejection of the
said Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to tbe Constitution of the
State of Florida, viz:
Several months ago, Policeman -It.
E. Koonce goodnaturedly endorsed a
check for a man, a halfway stranger
in the city, and shortly afterwards
had to make good $30. He said noth-
insr. ."hut spnt -viit dsifrinf inns rf tTiA
, -..t.. a JOINT RESOLUTION Proposin
stranger, and yesterday was inrorm- an Amendment to Section Six (6). of
that h wic in iail in Lakp fitv Article Eight (8), of the Constitution
ea Lnat ne was in jau in naKe t,ny. of the State of FiorIda Relating to
A denutv sheriff went after the -man I County Officers.
, -, Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
rtuu -viii uuug ix :li tu vwia. i the State of Florida
.. ... That the following amendment to
Section Six (6) of Article Eight (8), of
Messrs. Cecil Ditto andUnrRpb- f he Constitution of the 6tate of Flor-
'-., , Ida is hereby agreed to and shall be
erts," members of the Ocala Rifles, submitted to the electors of the State
bovs did their best? on the ranee hilf 1 1914, for ratification or rejection;
, . I A Section 6. The Legislature shall
lack of practice told against themf provide for the election by the qualified
electors in each county .of the follow
' ' ling county officers: A Clerk of the
iMr. G .T. Liddon and son Van Circuit Court,:a fheriff. Constables, a
HOUaASD SWARMS YTTH BEL BEL-GIAXS
GIAXS BEL-GIAXS WHO HAVE HAD TO
UBAVE THEIU HOMES
Rotterdam, Oct. 8. A hundred
thousand refugees have fled from
Antwerp, anticipating its capture by
the Germans. Nearly all are desti destitute
tute destitute arl are sorely taxing the re resources
sources resources of the towns and villages of
SMITH WONT PLAY IX
THE WORLD'S SERIES
Broken Leg Knocks Out the Boston
'New York, Oct, 8. tfames G.
Smith, thirdbaseman of the Boston
'National (League clubV broke his leg
above the ankle in sliding to second
base In the ninth Inning of the first
game,-of the doubleheader at 'Brook 'Brooklyn
lyn 'Brooklyn yesterday. Smith -will be unable
to play in the world's series. Deal,
IDugey or Whitted w ill probably play
in Smith's place in the big series.
PAPEETE WAS POUNDED
Hood, who were convalescing from a hector, a Superintendent of Public In
OT,all M,-. wfT, ,,rri structlon and a County Surveyor. The
spell of illness, have both suffered a term of office of all county officers
relapse and are confined to their mentioned In this Section shall be for
four years, except that of County As As-oeds
oeds As-oeds at their home. sessor of Taxes and Countv Tax Collec
tor, who shall be elected for two years
until at the general election to be held
We are selling Stock and Poultry JS"6 :HiDk 191i6' wien. an4 tfter
0 Ithat thev shall be elected for a term
Powders and tMedicInes at half price. J of four years. Their powers, duties
. o- -a4. t x ana compensation snail De prescrioen
xu,wii vjr ywis pacsagts aL uue by aw Tne Legislature shall provide
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
South Carolina fRust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
by law for the care and custody of all
County funds and shall provide the
method of reporting and paying out all
Provided, County Treasurer? elected
in General Election held in 1914 shall
hold office for the term elected. 1
Woodmen -meet Friday night.
Our fountain service includes per perfect
fect perfect cleanliness in every detail.
Gerig's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7
The members of the Fraternal
Union will have an oyster feast after
their meeting this evening.
The city council failed to nave a
quorum again yesterday, afternoon,
and fwill meet at 7:30 tomorrow
Mr. Charles "H. Kittedge, a prom
inent financier of Providence, R. I.,
(will arrive this afternoon for a lew
days stay in the city.
Mr. Joe iMalever and his assist assistants
ants assistants are hard at work preparing the
Harley stock for the bankrupt sale
that will begin tomorrow morning.
, A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an Amendment to Section
16 of Article IV. of the Constitution of
the State of Florida, Relating to the
Appointment of Commissioned Officers
of the State Militia:
Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section 16 of Article IV. of the Con
stitution of the State of Florida Is
hereby agreed to and shall be submit
ted to the electors or the state lor
adoption or rejection' at the next gen general
eral general election hereafter; that Is to say.
that Section 16 of Article IV. shall be
A. ten room house, fur-1 amended so as to read as follows:
OCC xO X kits uuvci Xi V7i snail
lost Found, Wanted, For Sals
For ftent and Similar Local Heeds
Two German Cruisers Shelled Prin Principal
cipal Principal Port of Tahiti
San iFrancisco, Oct. S. Two per persons
sons persons perished, $2,000,000 damage
was -done, two vessels were sunk and
two hlocks of business houses ;ani
residences were destroyed toy the Ger German
man German cruisers Seharnhorst and Gne Gne-isenau
isenau Gne-isenau in their bombardment last
month of the French colour of Pa Papeete,
peete, Papeete, Tahiti. Refugees told the
story on their arrival here.
The bombardment lasted about
two hours. Those houses surround surrounding
ing surrounding the -stars and stripes weje flying
were not shelled. The cruisers were
BIUjAItD & CO.
stpp:d Tin: boodle
Suit of Railroads to Recoyer 3Ioner
Joggled from Them by Stock
Qleridlan, Conn., Oct. 8. The ve.v
Haven railroad and the Xew England
Xavigatfoa Company 'have brought
suit against John !. iBillard and six
other officials of the Billiard company
for the recovery of $3,824,147, alleg alleging
ing alleging fraudulent action In connection
with the sale of Boston & (Maine
stock owned by the New 'Haven Co.;
prior to 1908. The suit alleges ;that
the amount never had been ipaid nor
accounted for to the plaintiffs for the
sum in cash held oy them in trust
for the CCew Haven road for the pur
pose of concealing actual ownership
of the company.
TOXED UP THE SSTE3I
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
nished; well located, close in; allan commissioned officers of the state I more for me than I ever dared hope
modern conveniences. Apply
Star office. 10-3-tf
sreneral, who shall be chief of stafv
The duties and compensation of all of
ficers so appointed shall Te as nxed oy
FOUXT Automobile tail light; last law-, T1e te"ns of acJt ot a11 c?m;
I-rlday on North Magnolia street. J militia shall be continuous during the
OwnPT nan horft como Kr oiUnr I pleasure of the Governor; subject to
uwner can nave D calling uch laws as may be enacted by the
pnone 206 and paying for this ad-1 Legislature providing for their retire-
ment for age or other causes.
for," vrites airs. Esther .Mae .Maker,
Spencerport, N. Y. "I- used several
bottles of these ta'blets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, shut toned up any whole
system." For sale iby all dealers ad.
FOR SALiE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
.Hyde, Crystal River. Fla. 9-9-tf
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing An Amendment to Section
One of Article V. of the Constitution,
-Relating to the Judiciary.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature 01
tne state or Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section One of Article V. of the Con-
Pay Your 1915 licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct, 1st, 1914. Any con
tinuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
Afr. Julian. (Bullock has had
good look at the great northwest, but
shakes !his head and says Florida
and Ocala for him.
ROARDPR! W4TFD TRrwvmc tHf, section une or article v. 01. me ton-
15UAitULKb YA.M.L Rooms with Uutution Is hereby agreed to and, shall
board or tafiie boaro -wi thotit ftTn De proposed and submitted to the elec-
Annlv to Mrs. F. R. Kir. E. 2nd ?" A Vll l??.1" ll? Is in Eolation of the laws of
Mr r I""" UCAl BCUCJ4J eiCCUUU liCIC- I i, 1-.t4. PV nw
street 9-17-tf !aiter, that is to say, said Section One Biaie ui. noiiud.; iuc ioa w-
y M1u naaic gna De amenaea so as 1 intm- will Ircma thft flonsft and far-
T Ch Toarf Qm fAllAtira I
section 1. The judicial power of the I nish all blanks and other information
aiaie snail oe vested In a Sunreme
The Sons of Confederate Veterans
will meet at the courthouse at 7:30
tomorrow evening. All members
should be present to attend to Im
WANTED A good buggy horse:
I cuii veal trvl in. cL OUDrcnie 1 .
Court, Circuit Courts, Court of Record on request. KespectfuJIy,
in-9-f 1 01 escarp Dia county. Criminal Courts,
1 fin tit v 1 nil Tra I t.-i. n -s
nces 01 tne ieace and such other
courts or commissions as the Legisla
ture irora urae xo time ordain and
esiaunsn. Ane legislature mar nro.
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector. 3-301
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the scribe the compensation of the Justices
T-i ;j cntrAa I ana juages 01 tne several courts, but
the Constitution and laws of Florida
snail d nereoy anoiished.
IT AliWAYS DOES THE WORK
Qlr. J. CM. Neely, agent for the New
York Life Insurance Company, has
moved his office from B. F. Condon's
store to that of Bitting & Knight,
FOR -RENT Six room
The votes cast in comnlIanp with
said proposed amendments, and the
"I like Chamberlain's Cough. Rem
edy better than any other," writes
R. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I
have taken it off and on for years
1 aiu iujmscu auicuuuiculSt StnQ' tne I
cottage, an canvass, declarations and returns I anl It has never failed to give the de-
Fourteen. pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer
ies to the amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
There was a baseball game yester
day afternoon between a team from
the 7th and Sth grades and the 9th
and 10th grades, resulting in a vic victory
tory victory for the 7th and Sth grades by a
score of 10 to 0. The line-up of the
7th and Sth grades was as follows:
Jones, c. ; Connor, p.; 'Marsh lb.; E.
Clayton, rb.; Hardage, 3b.; Caldwell,
ss.; iMoorhead, ilf.; .Brooks, cf.;
Sirunk, rf. 'Ninth and tenth grade
line-up: -Newsotn, c; Leavengood,
tMeffert and Wicker, p.; Blalock, lb.;
Scott 2i.; Leavengood and 31effert,
3b.; Stanley, ss.; CMcCorkle, If.; Mc Mc-Conn,
Conn, Mc-Conn, cf.; D. Dewey rf.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping near
postoffice; reasonable rates; ad address
dress address 206 N. Glain street, or Char Charles
les Charles IMcCncas, Ocala House barber
' shop. 10-s-et
A middle aged widow -would like a
position in a widower's home as
housekeeper; am a good cook,
clean and orderly, can give refer reference
ence reference as to character and ability.
W&ite woman from the north. Ed
ucated, something of a musician.
Address, H. IB., 321 Church street,
Orlando, Fla. 10-S-2t
thereof, shall be subjected to the same
regulations and restrictions as are pro provided
vided provided by lav for general elections in
1 the state or Florida.
IN TESriMONY WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and
affixed the Great Seal ot the
(SeaL) State of Florida, at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, the Capital, this the
twenty-fifth day of July, A
D. 1014. H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
7-31-wky Secretary of State.
For sale 'by all deil-
L ALEX AM BE 1
Larpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract Work. Gives mere and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
Path cf yie Kakapo. j
Several birds make regular paths to
and from their resorts. Those cf the
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers in their region. Very no noticeable
ticeable noticeable are those in the haunts of the
kakapo, the large, rock-dwelling, burrow-nesting
owl-like parrot of' the
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular paths along the
spurs and ridges where they abound,
so that a person might be ercused for
supposing they were meant for human
feet. It is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro cn their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and as they msrch
they snip off and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is buried in snow tiey
still follow It on the surface and sooik
beat down a track. tf ;
Merely Woman's Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying his
wife's millinery bill of $375 for five
hatsall purchased In one week. He
claims they are not necessities. The
Idea! Just give any woman a chance!
nve hats Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through the ordeal of selecMng
five hats and getting them to suit her
should be allowed to have as many
as she wants! It's hard work!
To Bed Late In the Morning.
Lrven In these matter-of-fact days
parliament Is still a weird and won
derful thing to country cousins in
England 'I spent the week-end says
a gallery sketch writer, la a southern
town. "What time do you start work
the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. "Three o'clock," I replied,
"and we finish at eleven." "Ah,"
commented the i;ati;e, "I've often
heard that parliament meets during
the nisht so as not to be disturbed by
the traffic, but it must seem a bit
! queer to be walking hciae to bed at
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.There is no string att vjhed to this contest,
you don't have to. bir anything to get in.
This contest is open to ; ne, with the excep exception
tion exception of the people who c, connected -with tin
Desiring to make known the fact to all 1117
friends and patrons of Marion and surrounding
counties that I have bought out the storo of
JAKE KLEIN, and that the following will be
the, principles of the business when conducted
: One PrIceoilv iont
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- -Same Goods Corcssr.i
ftSlf It's. a.GcGtl .-TKIno,.. nave-1
!: "f .a" if""""
I have decided to give tLc people
to suggest a name for the store to suit the above
.': principles, and the "winner "whether man, :o:nan
or child, will get a $10 Gold Piece FREE.
The winner is to be decided upon by th- fol following
lowing following well known Ocala gentlemen:
Mr. Frank Harris, Editor Ocala Banner,
Mr. J..H. Benjamin",' Editor Ocala Star,
Mr. Geo. J. Blitch, President of .tiro
This contest will close on Saturday, Octo October
ber October 10th, at 4 p. m., and the, name of the in inner
ner inner will be published in "both weekly p: .:zz.
Fill out the coupon below and mail or bar; 1 it
in to me in person;in seal-d envelope, as it vill
. not be opened before the above dato.
With best wishes,
li :.k j' t
My suggestion for a name to suit thrj ab'jvu:
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