OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914
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ALLIES DHIVK F GE1IS TOVARD THEIR
FIERCE RUSH OF THE KAISER'S COlUrnNS-ACROSS NORTH NORTHERN
ERN NORTHERN FRANCE HAS FAILED
Paris, Oct. 9.- A
Bordeaux says that
an orderly Ger- S
man retreat, accompanies by violent ;
fighting seems to have begun from
the heavy 'movements of-troops (being,
transfprrPil frnm n rirfh nf the .AMcnoi
to north France.
Wherever they have been repulsed
the Germans are burning, sacking
and destroying property before with withdrawing.
drawing. withdrawing. It Is reported that Arra3
.was hadly damaged. ;
ALU ICS CROWD GERMANS
Paris, Oct,. 9. It is officially
nouncedMhat the cavalry of the al
lies ana Germans is now fighting j
north of Lille. This Indicates that the
allies' cavalry is pressing the Ger- j
mans back. j
FROJI RERUN. IS NOT AS OPTI OPTIMISTIC
MISTIC OPTIMISTIC AS USUAL
. Berlin, -via Amsterdam, Oct. 9- panic amoqg the populace was in in-(Official.)
(Official.) in-(Official.) It is reported that Fort creased yesterday by the appearance
Heyndock, -before Antwerp is captiir-jat 11 o'clock in the morning and at
The Germans are making progress
.before St. Qlihlel and in the Argon Argon-"nes
"nes Argon-"nes region.
The enemy's aviators dropped
bombs on Dusseldorf airship shed,
demolishing the roof.
PROGRESS ISN'T PLENTIFUL,
BerlihV Oct. 9. (Later, corrected
official). At the iwest no facts of
decisive importance can be mention mentioned.
ed. mentioned. Sma')i ; progress made near St.
.Mihiel ana;m the Argonn ss.
-Before Antwerp Fort Brindonek
was itaken.MAn attack on the inner
fort line has'ibegin. The town is be being
ing being bombarded.
' At the east, the Russian army,
marching from Lomza, has reached
Lyck, in East Prussia.
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ERS DEFENDERS BROUGHT DOWN AN
i London. Oct. 9. -A (Central (News
an-dispatch, says tliat the fire raging in
Antwerp is reaching tremendous pro-
'Desperate fighting is in
while the city burns. L shot from
a Belgian fort smashed a German
PANIC STRICKEN PEOPLE
Citizens of Antwerp Flee in Terror
to Escape Shells from German
Antwerp, Oct. 8, (via The Hague
and London.) The condition of
3 in the afternoon of German air aircraft,
craft, aircraft, which dropped bombs destroy destroying
ing destroying seven (houses and killing a score
of people. V.
After the Zeppelins successful at
tack the large avenue leading to the
railroad station quickly became
black with a struggling mass of per persons
sons persons eager to escape from the city.
Seized with an unreasoning- terrible
fear of a bombardment, the residents
were transporting invalids, cripples
and even the occupants of lunatic
asylums. It was a pathetic sight to
see the poor people, some, carrying
on their .backs their hopelessly maim maimed
ed maimed or idiotic relatives, crowded into
railroad vans and transported north northward
ward northward to remain in some cattle shed
or railroad platform until rooms. can
be found for them in Dutch institu institutions."
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The situation quickly changed
again.- While at 2 o'ciock even
grown men were weeping with terror
and fighting for places around the
railway station, at 6 o'clock every-
body -was again- certain that the
forces would be able to hold out
against the Germans and even throw
them back across the river Nethe.
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount ct $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
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Removing the "Assumption of the Virgin" from Antwerp cathedral for
the purpose of hiding it in a cellar to' save it from the vahdalism of German
SOLDIERS AIID PEOPLE EIGHT EIRE I'llllLE SHELLS
Ositend, Oct. 9. It was reported
this morning that German shells and
bombs have set fire to Antwerp. The
bombardment continues with terrific
effect. The gunners 'defending the
city are replying vigorously;
Flames 'broke out in the district
between the Palace of Justice and
south of the railroad station, but the
emergency firemen controlled the
flames. The suburb of Borgerhout is
burning. The suburbs of Linth and
Boucho't, between the Nethe river and
the inner circle of forts, have beei
The Belgian, army under King Al Al-ibert
ibert Al-ibert is harassing the Germans from
the west. Fierce fighting is in pro progress
gress progress along the river Scheldt. Ger German
man German cavalry circling to the northeast
is nearing the Dutch frontier.
AMi AROUND OSTEND
vUhlans have been seen east of Os Os-tend.
tend. Os-tend. 'German aeroplanes circled
Ostend thl3 morning, apparently
scouting for information. It is re reported
ported reported that the Uhlans razed .the vil village
lage village of Warneton, near Ypres.
Ostend is now the seat of the Bel Belgian
gian Belgian government.
PREPARING A SURPRISE
It is intimated that the Germans
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DEVOTED CITY ;
will meet with a chagrining surprise
at Antwerp, but its nature is unre-
KING ALBERT WOUNDED
Berlin, Oct.. 9. It Is reported that
Albert was badly wounded
while leading the Belgians at AaL-
AT LEAST, THE AUSTRIAN HEAlu
QUARTERS SAY THEY
Vienna, Oct. 9. An official state statement
ment statement says the Austrians have taken
the offensive in Gelicla; that the
Russians have been driven back and
Rzeszow was recaptured. On the
1 Wislok river west of Jaroslaiw the
violent attacks on Przemysl 'were re repulsed.
pulsed. repulsed. :
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Petrosrrad. Oct. d.--A great bat-i
tie between Russian and Austro-Ger-
man armies is in full swing along the
Vistula; river north, of Cracow today.
It is reported that ten Cossack
regiments raided the country sou h
of Tarnow and southeast of Cra Cracow,
cow, Cracow, indicating that a great flanking
movement in Galicia may be expect expected
ed expected to force the Austro-Germans north
of,: the Vistula to weaken their cen center.
V A large "Russian army is also
threatening Thorn, a German strong stronghold
hold stronghold in East Prussia.
On the Suwalki frontier the Ger German
man German position is becoming untenable,
as a result of the demoralizing bay bayonet
onet bayonet charges of the Russians. Both
sides in this district are suffering
CITY MAY HAVE SURRENDERED
(London, Oct. 9. An' unconfirmed
report says that Przemysl, the great
Austrian fortress, has surrendered to
FIERCE I1ATTLE TIDE IN NORTH NORTHERN
ERN NORTHERN FRANCE ONLY EBBS
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PariSj Oct. 9. The official report
at 3 p. m. says: "The general situa situation
tion situation is unchanged. On our left two
cavalry forces are operating con continually
tinually continually north of Lille and OLebasse.
The battle continues on a line mark marked
ed marked by the region of "Lens, Arras, Bray Bray-sur,
sur, Bray-sur, the Sommer Chaulnes, Roye and
Lasslgny, At the center, from the
Oise to the tMeuse, there havebeen
only minor engagements. On. our
right in the Woevre region there has
been an artillery battle along the en entire
tire entire tront. In Lorraine (the Vosges)
and in Alsace .there- has been no
Summerfield, Oct. 8.- Mrs. J. Wr.
Davis of Ocala, was here Friday and
Saturday of last wek visiting with
her parents, (Mr. and 'Airs.. A. D.
Miss Isabell iDavis, who- has been
here for the past month attending
school, has returned to her home !n
Ocala. She will now attend school
in her home town.
Richard IMace called on us last
Saturday and informed us that he
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GLAIL1ED BY PETROGOAD FOR
will sonn plant some strawberry
plants called the "Giants" which
grow to an" enormous size. The
plants are being sent to Ir. Dlace .by
Mr. P, Holland, of pryden, Qlaiao
who was a visitor here two yors.
'Mrs. L. L. Perry of, iEdison June-,
tlon, wa3 here last week visiting her
daughter, .Mrs. R. L. Clyburn.
la. S. Harp, who hase been visiting
In his former home in the north
since 'last March, returned last Fri Friday
day Friday week. -D.
O. Carter, of Wild wood, visited
his daughter, 'Mrs. h. Senn, of the
Hall farm last week;-
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NAVAL -FORCE HAS SEIZED AN AN-'
' AN-' OTHER GERMAN ISLAND
IMelbourne, Oct. 9. It Is reported
that another German island in the
south Pacific has been seized by the
Australian naval forces.
A BATTLE IN THE AIR
A Viatel's of France Had the Best of
Their German Adversaries
Bordeaux, Oct. 9. Official dis dispatches
patches dispatches tell of an aerial battle Oc October
tober October 5, near Rhelms.
A German aeroplane, ascended wRh
tro men and after clinging over the
French positions was returning to Its
Lown lines when Sergeant 'Frantaf, one
of ,th3 most expert French aviators,
accompanied by his mechanician,
Quinault, sprang to their machine'
and gave chase. !By a skillful man maneuver
euver maneuver the French aeroplane tools the
German on the flank, wounded the
pilot and put a '.bullet through the the-gasoline
gasoline the-gasoline tank.
A sheet of flame enveloped the av aviator
iator aviator and the machine dropped rap rapidly,
idly, rapidly, Sanding close to the French
lines. In the descent the unwounded
man continued, to fire hls.plstcl "until
prevented by the flames.
Sergeant Frantz came to earth In
a series'of magnificent spirals. Both
Germans were found burned to death
In the embers of their .machine.
Frantz was decorated with the Le
Igion of Honor and, Qulnaut
awarded the military medal.
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THE OCATiA EVENING 8TAKt FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0. 1014.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
JOINT SUNDAY SCHOOL
It LINOTYPE MATS FOR SALE
This office will sell the two-
The following is the program
y letter font of matrices, 8 pt. No.
the 'Sunday schooL institute to be
held at the iMethodist church, Ocala,
1 with bold
IHTTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General 3Ianager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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X which the iaripr is set for" S 23 Y
Oct. 11, 12 and 13. Possibly some ;
cash. The print of the paper Y,
of the Sunday school workers will be
shows their conditicn. The font y
X is full and complete. The Sar, X
X Ocala, Fla.
here Sunday, but the regular ibusi-
ness of the institute will not begin
3Ionday Morning Session
9 a. m. (Devotional.
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance....
Six months, in advance.
Three (months'. In advance.
One month, in advance. .
One year- in advance. .
Six months, in advance.
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
As material for the sausage mills
we nominate the dogs of war. -Ta-vare3
They all have hydrophobia.
The high price of beefsteak twill
not worry the 'people of Florida much
for the next six months. They can
The directors of the iMarion Coun County
ty County Fair will meet next Tuesday, to
"near reports of work and make final
rpians for the fair.
If you are not registered, and you
-want to vote in the election of Nov.
3, you must repair the omission be before
fore before noon tomorrow. J
The little muss between Carranza
and Villa has caused President Wil Wilson
son Wilson to decide to keep our 'boys in
Miaki in Vera Cruz a while longer.
Captain IHaggard, nephew of the
great English writer, Rider Haggard,
was killed in battle last month in
Northern France, and his men 'paid
him the liigh tribute of saying, "He
was an officer and a gentleman."
The government of tMexico is try trying
ing trying to extradite Felix Diaz, now in
the United States., Felix Diaz is
abouWhe most useless of all promi prominent
nent prominent men, and why any government
wants him, the Star cannot under understand.
"President Wilson's Mexican policy
thas not suited many Americans, and
even the Star has .wished 'he would
put a little more ginger in it. But
.Sie "has shown such consummate
statesmanship in dealing with the
European situation that the compar comparatively
atively comparatively small iMexican trouble fades
. into obscurity.
somewhat upset it later at Alajaba,
but with these and a few other ex
ceptions it comes very near bein
true. However, it might also be said
with almost equal truth of the Aus
trian soldier. He has had more de
feats in proportion to his victories In
the last 200 years than any other
soldier in Europe, ibut if he was
whipped one day he generally came
up the next one, ready perhaps for
another licking, and certainly ready
for another fight.
CHRISTMAS SHIP FOR
9:30 a. m. 'Enrollment of dele- j
gates and appointment of commit-
Brotherhood," by iMiss Kilpatrick,
last week in which they can register fieId secretary ofthe North Alississip-
for the coming election. The books J pi conference.
will be open at his office until noon 10:30 a. m. "The City Sunday A
Saturday the 10th. If you have not Pcho1 and Its Problems," by J. M.t.
reg15ierea oy tnai lime, you cannoi Carolina conference.
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vuie ims jear. Ill im. Shale a hands and erot ac
11:15 a. m.-r-"Rural Sunday
Schools." 'by C. W. White, field sec-
Many Floridians contend that. Sen- retary of the 'Florida conference.
a. n a j a m I
ior loan wasni appoiaiea a ea- 11:45 a. m. -"Round table, con-
eral judge because 'Florida doesn t dueted toy IMiss Kilpatrick.
THIS IS THE LAST
WEEK FOR REGISTRATION
Supervisor Barco requests the Star
to inform the voters that this is the
A MORE FliATTERING OPINION
v The invasion of (Belgium and tlie
slaughter of its women, children and transportation for
unarmed men i3 the worst case of little messages of
The New York World feelingly and
"The dead of the war in Europe
will run into the hundreds of thou
sands. Their orphaned children wil
reach into the millions. .The project
of sending to these millions of little
ones Christmas gifts from the child
ren of America is receiving nation nationwide
wide nationwide response. The remembrances
are coming in from all classes of peo people.
ple. people. It is becoming a great national
testimonial that of one blood God has
made all peoples, which Europe is
forgetting but twhich America, thru
its children of all races, would call
to mind again. The government of
the United States interested itself in
a day of prayer for peace. It expects
in due time to '.become an interme intermediary
diary intermediary for peace. Through its very
feebleness this children's appeal may
prove a power in reviving the spirit
of peace where it is now dead. The
government has lent its own, vessels
to the Work of getting distressed
Americans home from Europe. It
has before this in like manner aided
the charity of the American people
in relieving extraordinary cases of
distress abroad. What could be more
fitting than for the government,
without any material 'expense to it itself,
self, itself, to put the stamp of the nation
upon this movement by providing the
these millions of
peace and good-
weigh enough in the political scale, i
Editor John iM. Caldwell of the Jas
per .News, however, lias the follow following
ing following opinion, 'which is possibly true
and certainly more flattering to our
'Judge R1 chard W. Walker of
Huntsville, Ala., has been appointed
to the federal judgeship which all
Florida democrats .hoped would be
awarded to Senator Nat .Bryan.
While 'we regret that Senator Bry
an did not receive the appointment,
yet, there is consolation in the fact
that a staunch supporter of the na
tional administration retails a seat;
in the Senate from Florida. We sus-
m. iA.djournment fori
2:30 p. m. Devotional.
3 p. m. "A Plea for Graded Les
sons,", by J. Way.
'3:30 p. im. "A Sunday School
Program," toy C. W. White.
4 p. tm. iOne minute reports from
delegates on standard of efficiency.
4:30 Ti. m. "The Great lotive-
Personal Evangelism," (by Qliss Kil-
5 p. m. -Adjournment. v
Evening Session : 5
YOU AVIIili FIND AVIIAT YOU .V.A:.T
THAT'S ALIi WE AYANTr-FOIl YOU TO :REIiYCO::i: XO
OUR STORE AND SEE.
TV iT4T?nYARF. THE PRICE YOU X1IAa FINI IjOV
YOU BUY; THE QUAliITY YO U. WHHj FIND HIGH WUIZZ; YOU
USE IT. f 4
THIS IS WHAT "aiAKi:S -SATISFIED, CUSTODIERS FOR
AND BUILDS' OUR BUSINESS B1GGCR.
REMEMBER OUR HARDYABE STANDS HARD VEAR.
7:30; p. m. "'Wesley Class Feder-
nect that it is Senator IBrvan's lov- ation" J: (M ,wa
nit tn Wilson that caused him to "Wesley Class Activities," .by Qliss
lose out in the contest for the judge- Kilpatrick.
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ship. The president, doubtless, does
not want the number of his adher adherents
ents adherents in the Senate to' suffer any
Second Day Morning Session
9 a. m. -Devotional..
9:30 a?4 m. "TheVBig 'Boy,"
C. W. White.
10 a. m.- "The Teen-age Girl,"
NOTICE 'oy iMiss iKiipatricK.
10:30 a. m. "Successful
Pnv Your 1915 Automobile -License! T J M- Way.
and Get a Brand New. Tag for
11 o irrr IW tr iTT't-vn rl r a tin! f Jh niTf
Write questions and hand in by C.
The 1915 automobile licenses were 11:30 a. m. (Round table on sup-!
due Oct. 1st, 1914, All who drive erintendenfs problems, by J. al. Way.
t-wholesale murder that Europe has
seen since the Thirty Years War, that
mded in 164 8. How the Germans
can expect God and humanity to for forgive
give forgive them for it Is something we can, can,-:not
:not can,-:not understand.
will to the war orphans of Europe?'
AYE HAD S03IE WAR
John 01. Caldwell of the Jasper
News, veteran editor and also vet veteran
eran veteran Confederate, says:
We respectfully suggest to the rvrinnH Ponnrtprtar un
people of middle and west Florida tends that the prsent European war
that they start a "buy-a-ton-of-phos- is ,the ffreatest slaughter of human
phate" campaign. It is just as much life evep known. The Lakeland News
their right as the buy--bale move- doubts tMs statement and so do we.
sment. JMiami iMetropolis.
You mean South .Florida
their cars after that date without J
first securing this license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au
tomobile licenses for private use go
Into the road fund.
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
A skilled pharmacist will person person-aly
aly person-aly care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phone
VIctrola and Victor
The (Murray Company.
:rows and the cotton doesn't.
Like the man from .Missouri we must
be .'shown.' At the battle of Cold
That Is where the phosphate Hapbor fought in the war 'between
the states, on June 3rd, 1864, at one
period of that fight, in a band to
hand encounter 500 men were killed
a minute, for 20 minutes. The fed
erals had cantured our (breast works
UMll.s iUi luc c mcui Ui and the twehtv minutes fieht was to
f 11 1
the unueu ataxes, ana ine price win
It is likely that Congress will pur purchase
chase purchase the old home of Thomas Jeffer Jefferson
son Jefferson at 'Monticello, Va. It will be
lye $500,000. Alde from its mem memories,
ories, memories, which not one person in ten
thousand will stop to think of, a
nruch better bargain can be made
somewbere else for $100,000.
recover them, which we did, but, ten
thousand men lay dead as a result."
A year ago, the people of Antwerp
-were peacefully carrying on trade
with their German neighbors. Today
If Hugh Sparkman will stay out- Z b v, mwr uums ux
north, and meander around in the
mountains, woods and fields of north northern
ern northern New York and New England, he
will find an overcoat mighty com comforting
forting comforting on a summer night. The
"srriter 'has seen men shiver in the
early morning hours of August In
Tennessee and Virginia, which are
further south than southern France.
The Lakeland Telegram sas of
Congressman Clark: "Frank Clark is
one of the men in Congress and
they are not numerous -who has the
vocabulary, the knowledge and the
courage to rise in his seat and talk
effectively to the point when weaker
men would say nothing, no matter
who likes it or dislikes it. He is too
temperamental and volcanic for the
trerman shells. Any great military
power would treat us the same way
if its ability and inclination came at
the same time. Solemn treaties are
only "scraps of 'paper," and consid
erations or common humanity and
civilization amount to no more when
they run counter to national ambi
tion. If this country does not pu
itself In a position to repel invasion
our people and statesmen will be the
worst set of easy marks that ever
made up a nation.
If you trade at Gerig's you are as
sured of best service and quality, tf
The very latest INITIAIi STA
TIONERY AT K'REGiER'S. 9-24-tf
V Afternoon Session
2:30 p. m.- Devotional.
3 p. m.-Sunday 'School -Days,'
by C. W. White. .'
3:30 p. m. '"Elementary Dl vis
ion,"' by Qliss Kilpatrick.
4 p. m. "Trained Leaders," by J.
7:30 p. m. Devotional.
8 p. m. Everybody's half hours.
"What I have received to carry
home with me." f
8:30 p. m.- Address by Rev. G. S.
Roberts, chairman of the Sunday
Report of committees.
Awarding banner to the successful
Adoption of a slogan.
A banner will ibe given In each
district to the Sunday school mak
ing the best record on the standard
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CONTEST FOR 31EDAIj
Dr. W. K. Iiane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. nAdv.
Fresh drugs, that Is the only kind
we have. Bitting & Knight.
The Kendrick W. C. T. U. held Its I
.Stee our line of stationery before first medal contest, Wednesday even-
buying your supply, The Cour( Phar- ing, September 30, in the -Methodist
macy. 10-2-6t church.
The exercises were opened by a I
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT song by the Sunday school children,
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot T Sing a Song or roniDiuon."
corner: Meals a la carte and lunches Scripture reading and prayer by
EVERY WOMAN LIKES TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL THINGS Or
HER DRESSING TABLE THEY ADD TO THE LUXURY OF LIV LIVING
ING LIVING AND ARE CONVENIENT AND USEFUL, COrtE SEE OUIl
FINE GOODS, SILVER MOUNTED HAND MIRRORS, COMBS Ai:D
BRUSHES. MANICURE SETS, POWDER BUXL:ti, AXU J.
CASES. LITTLE FANCY CLOCKS, PICTURE FRAMES,
GLASS BOTTLES FOR PERFUME AND TOILE T WA TERS
O THER NECESSITIES FOR E VERY DA Y USE. B UY YO UR
OR SWEETHEART SOMETHING PRETTY AND USEFUL.
PRICES ARE NEVER MORE THAN THE GOODS ARE WOR
RELIABLE Ji: 'ELER
at any hour. Adw
SERVIAN LAD A FIGHTER
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CONFERENCE ON THE
t the Hoard of Trade Rooms This
All the ladies who participated in
snrave deliberations of the Senate, but the Chautauqua meeting ttlarch 31st,
lae's a bully gopd fighter in the rough 1914, which made provisions for the
and tumble debates in the House coming Chautauqua for 1915 are spe--where
it is frequently necessary to cially requested to be at the meeting
call a spade a spade." this evening at 7:30 o'clock, to be
held at the Board of Trade to ar-
Ttfiere is a saying that the British range and discuss matters pertaining
soldier never knows when he is whip- to this coming event. All ladies ln-
There is much foundation for terested are likewise urged to attend
it, tho Americans disputed it a great this meeting. United effort will mean
deal at Saratoga, Yorktown, Dundy's success. rknt fail to come.
line and New Orleans, and the Boers J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
: ,-S'.'-'.--':o -5 -" :: .'.-.v
the pastor, Rev. Slaymaker.
Song, "Somebody Qlust."'
Contest No., 1, "The Case Stated"
Theron 'Hall. 1
INo. 2. In the Basket or in the
Jug" .Rogers Lyles.
Special music, "Oh, Perfect Day'
'Violin, Mrs. Clay; cello,. Re v. Slay- KallCG
maker: piano. Qliss Boulware. Iy
No. 3, "Ia Cant Vote" Amanda j $ JcqIq
.No. 4, "What Shall We Do
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iv -ueorge jjanDy. o
Special orchestra music: IMrs. X
Clay, Rev. Slaymaker and Mr. Bans-GyZ'&& : :
Glean, Fresh, Well Laundered Lu;cd
is a necessity. To supply that no
l-.cessityls Clar: Besines
Y 402-404 S. Main street
'Two Portraits'' Birdie
.l-.. fe, immxm:
This twelve-year-old Servian boy
fought hard in the rifle pits at Bel Belgrade,
grade, Belgrade, and proved himself a first rate
shot. He is the pet of the soldiers and
shares their hardships and perils.
Sons:. "Don't Go Near the
room, ratner KUDy wpencer.
Enjoyable talk by the pastor.
The judges awarded the medal to
iMiss Birdie Boulware, which was pre
sented by Rev. Slaymaker, with ap
Song, "A Saloonless Nation
Emily A. Webb, Secretary.
All kinds of 'bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
lusic 10c, at
the Murray Com-10-8-3t
Will soon be here and you will have to consume more electric cuj
rent. Why not prepare' new "by installing
in .fill in wf flP i'"jiff'';?,v """"v "r ; y-
. MLLii f IS).
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they wiil give three times the light.
Come in and let us demonstrate.
No. 9 North Main Street '
iiii, UCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, OCTSREK ft, tf4.
THE PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS
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Top row (left to right) Plank, Davis, Baker. Thomas, Bressler, Bender, V'yckoff, Pen nock. Middle row Strunk, Lapp, Schang, Bush, Connie Mack, Coornbs, Shawkey, Kopf, Oldring. Bottom row Walsh, Barry, Murphy, Collins, Mclnni.
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Go Some to Win Series!
By TOMMY CLARK.
'ARMING up baseball enthusi enthusiasm
asm enthusiasm a bout the Boston Braves
as prospective world's cham
pions anions ardent Ameri American
can American league fans at the present moment
is like trying to ignite a safety match
by scratching it on an iceberg. They
simply' can't fcee the team a winner
over the Athletics. Tbey snicker when I
ever the Biston team's prospects are
mentioned. "The team lacks class." is
the follow up literature on the giggle.
It may. be well to bear in mind that
the'Jiostonlans today own the greatest
record ever known to major league
baseball unparalleled achievement in
several ways For sustained high per
forma nee you may ransack the 'base 'baseball
ball 'baseball records of this century without
finding a parallel. For punch in the
pinch the club probably has never been
It has refused to crack, grow flurried
tinder pressure or show signs of that
mongrelism which was supposed to be
ingrained in the team's individual
makeup. ,No yellow dog has peeped
Its triangular pitching defense, too.
was expected to cave, hot instead of
collapsing it has grown tighter. Cour Courage,
age, Courage, consistency and class stamp this
club's work for three months.
The graves are simply overshadowed
the reputation of the Athletics a
SIZING UP THE MANAGERS.
Stallings and Mack Have Proved to Be
The strategy of the manager of the
two world's series teams will play a
big part in the titular games. Con-
Just one. In many ways.' it must be ad
rnitted. and earned at the expense of
clubs that we have all believed to be
stronger than the present Braves In
But'iet it not be supposed for a mo
nient that Hie armor of this Achilles of
baseball bus no weak spot. The Bos
ton Bed Sox found one and plunked
right into the center of it. trimming
the Athletics soundly to the tune of
about eight games of their last ten
This weak spot lies in the pitching,
and it is here that Boston's best chance
Of course let it ba understood that
the Braves will know they have been
The Athletics always look about 50
per.eent stronger in a world's series
than they do during the regular, sea
son. Even American leaguers on oth
er teams will 'admit this
Oh form the Athletics ought to win
the series. But that's not saying that
they ate going 'to. do it. Pittsburgh
ought to tiave beaten Boston back in
and the Jiants should have tri
uinphed over the Bed Sox in 1012
But none of these things came about,
and there's a mighty tine -chance hat
the Braves will climax a season of
stupendous upsets and thrilling sur
prises with a clean cut win over the
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world. While this is the first time
Stallings has ever piloted a pennant
winner in the big. leagues he made a
great name for himself In the minors
Several years ago he, showed bis hand
in the managerial line when he landed
the New York Americans in second
; He is one of the very few men who
can encourage ball players to bard
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rels. And be keeps on firing until the
last man is out in the ninth.
-The Braves always say their last
pleasant word to Stallings at luncheon
and prepare themselves for "the worst
They know full well that at the park
tbey will find a different being. From
a man of gentle breeding and Chester
field lan manners he is suddenly trans
formed Into a slave driver whose
tongue cuts like a lash.
Mack, whose proper mime is Corne
lius MacGIllicuddy. is of the cool, cal
culating type. The secret of his sue
cess tias been his ability to recognize
ball players In the rough. He seldom
has sought to corner, stars, but has
been content to secure unheard of
players for small prices or generally
no purchase price at all and teach them
all of the fine points of the game.
There are few people who have ever
c-n'S't i iti.tr r-ti-i thu fH'imnnd In' fliu nttct
eleven years. When he goes out to the
grounds he stealthily wends his way
to the players bench, hldeshimself jn
a corner and never leaves the-spot un until
til until the game is over.
HATS OPF TO EVER5.
His Presence on Craves Enabled the
Team to Make Great Fir,ht.
Whether Boston wins the world's se series
ries series or not great crcKiit must be bacfi
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Die' Mack and George Stallings are of
different types. Yet both have attain attained
ed attained notable success in the baseball
Photo by American Press Association.
work and even enthusiasm by abusing
them. And by abuse It does not mean
a gentle prod in the ribs. That is not
tbejtyle of Stallings. He aims a full
load of verbal shot right at the vic victim's
tim's victim's head and lets go with both bar-
MANY PLAYERS LIKE BRAVES
Any Number of Diamond Stars Believe
Bostons Will Defeat Athletics.
As baseball luck runs tu streaks,
there are any number "of players "vbo
firmly believe that the Braves will wju
the world's series, as the White Sox
did in lOOiJ It will be remembered
that the Sdr came from behind that
year just as the Braves have. After
winning by an eyelash tbey went In
against the Cubs, who had broken all
records by winning 11C games, which
is still the record. The betting was 8
to 5 against the White Sox. and still
they cleaned up' the series in a jiffy
and became world's champions. A lot
of the ball players believe the Braves
will do the same thing.
Photo by American Press Association.
f JOHN'XT EVXRS A PEKSTVH HOOD.
ed to Johnny Evers for the partv he lias
played in aiding the Braves In captur capturing
ing capturing the. pennant. It i doubtful if
Stalling" i:?en would have landed tho
f.;;g in the .National league without Uwa
k. Mi s ..f tue Mi tie Trojan.
THE HUSTLING BOSTON BRAVES
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Martin, Jchnny Eversu
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY; OCTOBER 9, 1014.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any Items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Iay
It is the heart that makes onericn.
A person is rich or poor according to
what they are, and not according to
what they have. If you have the gold
of a true heart, an unselfish nature,
u sweet- forgiving disposition, a
kindly charity and a spirit of con-
tentment, then you are ricn oeyona
Mrs. W. A. Knight who is enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying a visit to her sister and other
relatives in Valdosta, 'will not return
home until next Tuesday.
Airs. C'ifford Ayer left this after afternoon
noon afternoon or a three week's visit to her
brother and sinter-in-law, Dr. and
Mrs. Guy B. Ayer and family in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Mr .and Mrs. A. iM. Lansford have
postponed the celebration of their
little son's "birthday, that was to have
taken place Tuesday afternoon, on
account of the prevalence of illness.
Little Al has reached, the fourth
milestone on the pathway of life and
is anticipating a -wonderfully good
time (with ''his little playmates when
the'y celebrate with him a few weeks
Miss GlaYa Johnson entertained the
young ladies-nnlio ciud at ner nome
rn nviawaiia this afternoons" ine
rbToF this first" t oTnnTof games is
only "having the members, .but a little
later in the season a guest table will
he added. At present the two tables
of players are having an interesting
time "burnishing up" on the latest
nullo data. Miss Johnson assisted
by her mother received her gue3ts
rand placed them at the two tables
a i.. A n A
gallery of the home and for two
hours the fascinating and popular
game held their attention, after
which grapejuice with angel and
chocolate cake was served. Miss
Johnson's guests were blisses Minnie
Stovall, Mary Bnrford, Adele Bitti
ger, Bettie Mclver, Fanny IRobinsdn,
Eugenia Fuller, Annie Davis -ajnd
IMrs. B. G. Peek, who. substituted for
"Mrs. Clifford Aver on this occasion.
Mrs. Clifford Anderson, who h
33en in the Marion County -Hospital j
for some time, has sufficiently recov-
news 'will ibe of especial interest and
pleasure to her host of friends.
airs. Julia Haisley has returned
home from a visit to her old home at
Lowes, Del., where she spent the
summer. En route home IMrs. Haisley
Etoooed In Jacksonville 4"he. Jinmo
-or her nephew, Mr. A. S. 'Beville.to
nuiuiess me -marriage or uMiss Julia
eville and Mr. Jonothan Yerkes.
Mrs. Haisley will make her home at
the residence of Mrs. B. T. Perdue
and her many friends are delighted
to welcome her home again.
Time3-Union: Of interest In Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and throughout the state
will be the announcement of the mar marriage
riage marriage of IMiss Jessie Lena Boone of
this city, to Mr. Llewlyn A. Snow
of Ocala, which was quietly solemn solemnized
ized solemnized last evening at 8 o'clock at the
home of the "bride's parents, 'Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Boone, (Mr. Stanton Wal Walker
ker Walker performing the ceremony.
The bride, an atttractive hlonde,
was prettily attired in a costume of
blue charmeuse, trimmed' with Rom Roman
an Roman striped satin.
Immediately after the ceremony
the happy couple left for Xew York
on their wedding trip, and on their
return to -Florida, will make their
home In Ocala.
IMr. Snow Is assistant tax collector
of Marion 4 county. The hosts of
friends of these young people will ex extend
tend extend their, 'best wishes for their fu future
ture future happiness and prosperity.
.Mrs. iF. J. IMerch arrived in the
city yesterday for a visit of some
length to her daughter, iMrs. B. H.
Seymour and family. '.Mrs. Merch Is
en route to her home in. Miami from
a summer's outing spent in the
mountains of North Georgia.
(Miss Louise 'Booe came home this
afternoon for the week end from
.Mcintosh, where she is the efficient
teacher of that little "city's flourish flourishing
ing flourishing school. Miss tBooe is at the home
of her parents, iMr. and 'Mrs. B. H.
Seymour on South Magnolia street.
iMr. and -Mrs. David Gamble are
having a pleasant visit to their
daughter, .Mrs. ;Roland Marsh, and
family at 'Sanford, where, they will
Mrs. S. R. Whaley was the hostess
this, afternoon! of the U. D. C, atl
their regular monthly meeting, andi
as this was the first since the chap chapter
ter chapter president's! return from her
summer outing, the meeting was an
unusuallrs large and.,, enthusiastic
one. y After the general rouirae oi
usiness, the election of delegates to
the state convention to ibe held at
Kissimmee In iXovember, and the
general convention to toe held in Sav Savannah,
annah, Savannah, was held. At the conclusion
of the election, Mrs.' Whaley, assisted
by her daughter, CMiss Blanche Whal Whaley,
ey, Whaley, served a delicious fruit salad
course with wafers, and the meetiug
adjourned with an expression of
greatest appreciation to a charming
hostess for a pleasant afternoon.
The many friends made toy ;Miss
Isabel Patterson of Allendale, S. C,
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Completely Renovated and New Management
Room WithoutJBath $1.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
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ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
luring her visit in this city last
spring as the guest of IMrs. Clifford
Ayer and -Iiss Clara Johnson, will be
pained to learn of the death of her
brother, '.Mr. Pierce Patterson at
their home a few days ago. Mr. Pat Patterson
terson Patterson was working with, a gas meter
when it exploded, killing him in instantly.
stantly. instantly. The accident has caused
great sorrow among their friends.
Kastern Stars Entertain
At Yonge's hall last evening Ocala
Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., entertained
the chapters from Gainesville, Island
Grove, Inverness, 'Fort iMcCoy and
The delegation came in in the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and was met .by Mr. and (Mrs.
Jake Brown, matron and patron of
Ocala chapter, and 'iMrs. A B. (Bur (Burnett,
nett, (Burnett, past matron. They were taken
to the Ocala House and treated roy royally,
ally, royally, receiving special attention from
tMr. 1ong, the proprietor, -who cer
tainly knows how to make his guests
feel at home.
The chapter room was unusually
pretty with many cut flowers. The
large number of lovely ladies, their
beautiful gowns and the good look
ing men made the scene a brilliant
iMr. I. E. Webster of (Gainesville,
grand patron of Florida, was present
and was given a seat in the east, also
the matrons and patrons of the visit
There being. seven candidates wait waiting,
ing, waiting, the chapter proceeded at once
with the work. Those receiving the
degrees of the order were iMr. and
(Mrs. Long of Martel, ;Mr. and Mrs.
Blckley of fWeirsdale, -Miss Tremere
of Belleview, JMr. L. F. Boyer and
?Mr. I. I. Strong, all being delighted
with the work.
After initiation -IMr. Webster,
grand patron, was called on for a
talk. (He said even though not 'being
on an official visit he must speak" of
the beautiful work done by Ocala
chapter. He had seen good work
done by many chapters he had visit
ed lately in company with the grand
matron hut none came up to the
work he witnessed on this occasion.
These words of praise from so high
an officer well repays the hard work
the chapter has put in trying to per perfect
fect perfect itself.
The matrons, Mrs. IB alter of Island
Grore, .Mrs. Boswell of Inverness,
Mrs. Stanbrough of Fort McCoy and
Mr. 'Baker, patron of Island Grove,
vere called itpon and spoke briefly,
hanking Ocala for the courtesies ex
tended and especially for, seeing the
work, which they felt a great help,
their chapters being- young: ones.
IMr. C. E. Oonnor, associate grand
patron of Florida and past patron of
Ocala chapter spokein behalf of the
chapter, thanking the visitors for the
kind words and attention.
Airs. FTora Brown, worthy matron,
presided over the chapter In her
usual manner of grace and ease.
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From this selection ve think ve can give you just
what .your particular taste and wants call for. Each kind
is the best that has come to our knowledge.
TJtlQLE 17E3EAT and :G0A!!flu1
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circle of friends to .welcome her re-
A good one-horse load for $1.00
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for $2.50
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
. Cash on Delivery.
iDaytona 'Beach, Oct. 8. One of
the prettiest church weddings of the
season ftook place at St- -.Mary's Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church, Daytonav Wednesday
'After the close of tthe chapter the evening at 8 o'clock rwhen Miss
crowd 'was Invited into the other hall Grace Keating of 'Daytona IBeach, the
to supper, where the 'tables -were set oldest daughter .of Airs. Thomas H.
to form a -hollow square and with the Keating, .(became the foride of (Mr. J.
white covers and cross stripes of the -E. D. Graves, a prominent young
five colors of the order and flowers, business man of the 'peninsular town,
were very pretty. iDong 'before the hour for the cere-
The ladies served all kinds of mony the church was crowded with
sandwiches, hot 4 coffee and several the eager throng of interested friends,
kinds of cake. The soft strains of the wedding
About a hundred people were -march, played by JMiss 'Willaume, an an-present
present an-present including sixty, or sfeventy nounced the arrival of the wedding
visitors making a most enjoyable oc- .party. -Iirst entered 'ilrs. -Roland
casion. Keating, matron of honor, followed
The refreshment and hall commit- by Misses iRuth and Irene Keating,
tees headed hy iMrs. H. A. Kramer, maid of honor and bridesmaid. Then
Mrs. C. IE. Simmons, Mrs. X H. Spen- (the bride-elect entered with the
cer, Mrs. DP. G. B. Weihe, Qlrs. 51. E. groom, marching down the aisle and
Yonge, Mrs. 'F. W. Gook and (Mrs. L. I stood under a 'beautiful arch, before
E. Yonce deserve much credit for the (Rev. Rohert A. Tuft, who solemnized
success of this affair. the "beautiful ring .. ceremony, dir.
Ocala chapter No. 29, O. E. S., ora.ves was attended hr Mr. Max
has been honored by an invitation o Kiwilecki, of Balnbridge, as ;best man.
exemplify the work next Thursday Messrs. Roland Keating, brother of
night in 'Leeshurg when a chapter bue (bride, 'and IHadwin Courtney were
will be instituted at that place, -ushers.
The bride's gown was white char-
The -following persons -who regis- meuse, gracefully draped in old sil-
tered and spent the night at the ver nace and with a court 'train; a
Ocala. House, are part of those from duster of orange blossoms held the
out of town who came in to attend .bride's veil in place.' She carried an
the great session of the eastern arm .bouquet of Ibridesroses and lilies
Stars, held at Yonge's hall: IMrs. R.j0f the .Valley.
Li. aLaury, Mrs. 'H. M. marker, 'Mrs. Mrs. 'Roland Keating was gowned
W. F. Avant, Mrs. H. V. Cassells, H; Un pink brocaded creie de chine and
M. Baker, Island Grove; 'Mrs. Emma .at of pjnk chiffon. Miss 'Ruth Keat Keat-A.
A. Keat-A. Saunders, Mrs. Geo. S. Babb, Qlrs. ing, maid of honor, wore white chif-
J. J. Vernon, Gainesville; IMrs. Geo. f(xn taffeta, trimmed in silver lace,
W. de Muro; IMrs. J. W. Tooke, iMrs. and pink chiffon cap. Miss Irene
Geo. A. iDame, Mrs. G. J. oswell, Keating was dressed in white chiffon
Mrs. J. tl. Hanburg, Mrs. G. P. "Sav- taffeta, trimmed in white tulle and
ary, Miss iRachel Miller, Inverness. hat wlth touch of Dink. The attend-
ants carried arm bouquets of pink
On Nov. 11th, Mrs. English of St. and white roses.
Petersburg, grand matron of Florida, After the ceremony congratula-
will make her official visit to Ocala tions were received and the hrldal
chapter No. 29, O. E. S., and will party repaired to the home of the
probably he accompanied by Mrs. I. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
E. Webster of Gainesville. gjand pat- Keating, on Seabreeze avenue, Day-
ron. tona Beach, and a reception was
f"::' held from 9 to 10:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer -Mr. and Mrs. Graves left this
and Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Kade will taorning for Washington, and North
1 form a partjr of Americans to sail Carolina, where tney win spend tneir
from Europe, for" home on the 17th. honeymoon.
iMr .and Mrs. Rhefnauer will come The bride nas me. aiiraotivenes
directly to Ocala and Dr. and Mrs. that a sweet nature lends to beauty
Kade will for the present remain at of form and feature, and is generally
Washington, Ga., their former home, beloved by all who know her. Mr.
Mrs. Kade is a niece of Mr. R. A. Graves, by "his thorough business
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CAPITAL- STOCIi CC9,GG0.00.
; -State, Cpnhty.CaniflCily
ways and uniform courtesy, has com commanded
manded commanded the respect and friendly re regard
gard regard of these several communities
within the two years- or more he has
made his home at Daytona Beach.
On their return from North Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, (Mr. and Mrs. Graves will go
into their modern new home on
Grandview avenue, iSeabreeze.
A beautiful home wedding was sol-
emnlzed' last evening at 6 o'clock at
the home of the 'hride, 737 (May
street, when ,iM I ss Julia Seville, the
elder daughter of -.Mr and (Mrs. W, C.
BeSville. was united in -marrLirro to
Mr. Jonothan Yerkes.
Mr. and Mrs. Yerkes left 'last cve cve-ning'f
ning'f cve-ning'f or (Now Y"ork and Philadelphia,
Pa., where they will spend their
lAmong the out-of-town guests at
thewedding .were (Mrs. Julia (Haisley
of-OcalarMrs. I Lynch and son,
Mr. Haisley Lynch of Gainesville.
iMr. Yerkes is connected with the
'Florida Hardware Company and is
equally as popular as his charming
Upon their return to Jacksonville
about November the first they will
begin housekeeping in their cozy
ibungalow on Ortega Boulevard.
Mrs. J. J. Gerig &nd little daughter
Margaret have moved back to town
from their Lake Weir home, where
they spent the summer.
m m m
Their many friends will .be very
glad to learn that Rev. and Mrs. W.
H. Coleman left Carlisle, la., on the
7th, and are on their way to their
home in this city.,
Miss Alice Good willie, assistant
manager of the Postal Telegraph Co.,
is spending a few days in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville with her mother, Mrs. D. Good Goodwills.
wills. Goodwills. 'Her sister, ;Mrs. Clifford
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Landers of Chicago, I
Jacksonville and ,T,vill ::robr,!)I ::robr,!)I-to
to ::robr,!)I-to Ocala .with Mis GoodvIlli
Sirs. C G. -Rivcr3 hai r
from a visit to relatives a:
In Micanopy, where l'iq V-vi :
(Dr. and iMrs. L. II. ven
left this afternoon for a vr vr-visit
visit vr-visit to their son, Mr. T. J. 'J
Cngclkcn In Hzzi t'alatka.
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clat- or ;
Tlie men's class which hz:, Iz-zn
meeting at ths armory Cur: !iy Th Things
ings Things ha3 .been operating -without cr.y
definite organization, or
da s 3
Thursday ovening the men act at t::-;
home of IMr. W. jM. Wilson on o::I.i o::I.i-waha
waha o::I.i-waha avenue to organize and
plans for the future of tht- '-.vcr!:. Dr.
R".. T. Weaver was chocen p:r:r.rJ ;:it
chairman and V.'ci. Wi!-6n "rotary-treasurer
of. the clas.i. A r.nrrje
was decided upon which indie j the
character of the -work bcin;; ,.;-..!cr-taken
fby the clas3, the Glsn'.i CI.i-j
of Religious Investigation. T!
will meet for the di::u.:.'"
Sunday at 10 o'clock r.t t.
Broadway church, instead of armory,-
using the same test boo:: ; r
viously used, The Life and Tc:.cMhts
of Jesus. It Is the hearty Ecnl:::ir(t
of the class that there bo m: Is no
effort on the part of any of the mem members
bers members to induce men to, forsake oth'-r
clAsses of the town to Join this one,
hut that the class merely discover
those who are pre-disposed to take up
this kind of work: 'Men who have
the' disposition for this work are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to meet. with us no-:.
iSunday at 10 o'clock.
In .'ouyins drugf here y;.v
ways sure of tc;tcd qv.r.Hty
solute purity.-'. Gcrl::. i;
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1014.
Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds and High
Grade Products Maice a High
Our store has the confidence of consumers' in this section of Flori Florida,
da, Florida, due to the fact that we have always handled HIGH GUAJjE
If you are not a customer of this store now, make the start today.
We -will make and effort to please you. If you get anything from
Ais which Isn't just right or as expected, we ask .that you -return it
to us and we will gladly refund your money.
LAY IX A OOOI) SUPPLY OP TIIE FOLIX)WIXC LIST OF
GOODS. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT AND GOOD FOR
Saturday the 10th and Monday the 12th:
White Bacon, per pounds.;.... I6c
Lard Compound, per pound '....10c
12-pound bags Table Talk Flour each. -.-..45c
Medium tins Snowdrift Lard, each 45c
Irish Potatoes, per peck -.28c
10 pounds Water Ground Meal for ...... . .... 25c
6' small tins Van Camp's Milk for .... .... 25c
Medium tins (family size) Van Camp's Milk,
each, 8c, per dozen .... .... .... ....85c
10c tins Van Camp's Kidney Beans, each 08c
10c tins Van Camp's Big Hominy, each.. 08c
10c tins Van Camp's Chicken Soup, each 07c
15c tins Van Camp's Baked Beans, each--- 12c
20c tins Royal Scarlet Grated Pineapple, each ...18c
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20c tins Royal Scarlet hand-picked Tomatoes, 15c
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TIME-TRIED -ATHLETICS SUGGUHO TO TIIE PflU
IIIG FROM THE BEAIITOII TEAL
Philadelphia, Oct. 9. Bright sun sunshine
shine sunshine assures the game this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Bender and Schang will be
the battery for the Athletics, while
Rudolph or James and Gowdy will
work for Boston.
STALLINGS takes no sass
(Philadelphia, Oct. 9. Stung by
the guying of Gay Callahan, a Phila
delphia fan, in the Qlajestic hotel
lobby at noon, manager George Stall Stall-ings
ings Stall-ings of the Boston Braves choked
Callahan and would have done him
further injury had not tne crowd in
Great crowds are .thronging ;Shibe
Park, and the weather is fine.
Philadelphia, Oct. 9,
first game goes to the
score was as follows:
3 p. m. m.-B
B m.-B raves.
In case of either a postponement or
a tie game, the teams will continue
to play in the city where the start
was made until two games m com
pleted. All the games will be called
at 2 p. to;, eastern time.
'Giving an indication of the inter
est the American people take in base
ball, it may foe noted that more than
300 newspaper writers are here to re report
port report tho series dCor their sheets.
There are even correspondents here
from Cuba, 'which is an extension of
the 'United States as far as sport
goes, and the iPacifio coast is well
The umpires will .follow American
League rules here and 'National
League rules in Boston. In the Na
tional League, on an infield fly, base
runners may stand away from the
'base, and in case the fly is dropped
they can go down, to the next (base
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Boston: Rudolph and Gowdy.
Philadelphia: Bender and Schang.
Wykoff and 'Lapp.
(Behind the plate, Dinneen, on
bases, Klein; on field, Hilderbrund
SIDE LIGHTS Oil
THE WORLD'S SERIES
Great Crowds and Heavy Betting at
the Opening Game
(Daily Sport Letter, I. N. S.)
BY FRANK G. MBXKD
Philadelphia. Oct. 9, 8 a. m. If
anyone wanted to see Belgian refu
! gees fleeing before the German army
without crossing the Atlantic he had
only to go out to Shibe park' last
night and take a look at the ardent
fans 'lining up at the gate in order
to be on top when the word to let in
the multitude was given today the
occasion being, it is to be hoped no
American needs to 'be told, the first
game of the world baseball series be
tween the Philadelphia Athletics,
champions of the American League,
and the Boston IBraves, and the peer
less of the .National League.
iMany odd and grotesque scenes
were enacted fn the .fitful -' flight and
shade of thepark last night. Qlen
and boys of all ages'stood, sat or lay
in tmore or less principally less
Testful positions. Here and there a
'woman fan squatted on acampstool
or a soap box, drawing her wrap
around her with a shiver, and per
haps, nibbling a 'bit of chocolate.
As for the men. their chocolate in
many cases came in liquid form and
was referred to as "nipss."
, The queue, as an Englishman call
ed it; 'was especially long, .because
Shibe park is not so roomy as other
national league fields. Its capacity
is about 26,000 and that's about al
that will squeeze in today. Many i
Quaker is mourning the fact, today
indeed, declaring that whoever is re
sponsible therefor is a criminal and
a base -person.
The hotels are filled with fans of
other cities and in the lobbies last
evening there was much joshing and
some wagering between the devotees
of the two teams. The odds favored
the Athletics slightly, ruling about 5
to 4. iew were willing to tpredict
the length of the series, which will
be 'hard fought without a doubt and
may go to the limit of seven games.
There was a deal 'heard about the
efforts of speculators to obtain enor enormous
mous enormous prices, ranging up to $50 and
$100, for seats. Undoubtedly many
pasteboards found their way into the
hawkers' hands despite the efforts of
the Xational Commission. Reserved
seat prices here are fixed at $5, $3,
$2 and $1. These prices are the
same as will obtain, at Boston, except
there will be a small .block of 50 cent
seats in the Hub.
Every purchaser of tickets had to
buy admission to three games. In
case these tickets' are invalidated by
the failure of the contending clubs
to play a third game in either of the
cities, the money will be refunded.
at their own peril without
turning to the base they
and touching it.
In the American League base run
ners must return to thebase and not
leave it until the "ball is caught ox
strikes the ground or. a 'player.,
There is another slight difference.
It is the, rule on ibalks. In the Na National
tional National 'League, if a pitcher drops a
ball while in the act of pitching, It
must he called a ibalk, and all base
runners advance one base. If there
is a man on third he is permitted to
score. In the American League it is
not a ibalk, runners taking chances
on being -put out if they try to ad
vance on the Tnisplay.
The umpires themselves iwill de
cide from day to day who shall of
ficiate behind the 'plate. President
Tenner has selected Klein and Byron
as umpires for the 'Xational League,
while President Ban B. Johnson has
picked Diheen and IHildebrand for
the American (League. ;
So much has been written and
printed about the ' respective
strengths of the two teams in the
various departments of play that
fans must now bo thoroughly in
tt 4 ITT
iormea. inowever, it woum ao no
harm to. run over the main points,
s-omething as a school hoy runs
over his outline just (before entering
the door of the dread exam. hall.
The Athletic's first claim in "the
dope" is based on their winning the
world's championship last year.
They are a steady lot, a wonderful
machine, which has seldom failed for
two seasons. But, on the other hand,
tneir record recently has not ap
proached that of the u3 raves. These
Boston boys came up from the last
place io the headship of -the 'National
League in six weeks. This Is an
achievement which -must place Geo.
scauings m the JNapoieon class as a
manager. His admirers say he is the
greatest baseball general who ever
planned and executed a campaign.
Stallings' sensations are untried,
however, as far as world series are
concerned. We know what the Ath
letics can do in a world's series, but
there's an uncertainty about the Hub
Considering the matter .In the
most cool and calculating manner,
should win on statistics with little
trouible. However, statistics are bar bar-Ted
Ted bar-Ted from the diamond much more ef
fectually than note3 are harred from
the examination room. They don't
count at all when three men are on
bases and someooay is taKing a
whang at-the sphere.
With three really remarkable
nitchers like James, 'Rudolph and
(Tyler going at their best the batting
prowess of the Athletics may receive
a setback. Boston partisans maintain
that the lackmen will not be able to
hammer the pitching of the Boston
But the same thing was said in
1910 about the Oufb pitchers, Brown,
Overall and Pfeister. Yet the Mack Mack-men
men Mack-men pounded them into oblivion
without trouble. They did the same
thing in 1911 to the Giant .pitching
s'taff, when JMathewson, QIarquard
and Tesreau were supposed to he at
the zenith of their pitching form. A
heaT hitting club is always danger dangerous.
ous. dangerous. It is apt to hit all kinds of
pitching at all times.
Another suggestion for contem contemplation.
plation. contemplation. It is not reasonable to be believe
lieve believe that under normal conditions a
club of Boston's caliber could ride
rough-shod over every club in the
(National League on its merits alone.
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The fact is that the opposition in the
CSTational League this year has been
much weaker than in several sea sea-sons.
The Athletics are slightly super superior
ior superior to the Braves in base-running.
Their average .per game is a', little
larger. In Eddie Collins they have
a magnificent (base stealer. tHe is
even better than Johhny 'vers in
this specialty. Columns have t Ibeen
written of these two baseball stars.
Probably, no one -will ever be able to
decide finally which is the greater
Both teams have magnificent
catchers. Oowdy, the Boston young youngster,
ster, youngster, is heady and cool and shows
good judgment.in signaling for halls.
Schang,' in addition to -being a great
backstop, is a hard hitter. iBoth
men have fine throwing arms.
In hitting the Braves have ibeen
rece n tly slightly above the Athletics
on form. The IBraves, too, have
fielded better than the lAthletlc regu regulars.
lars. regulars. The best three Athletic pitch pitchers
ers pitchers are about equal so far as one can
measure such things, to the great
Then "there is the psychological
factor to consider: The Braves are
confident with repeated' victories.
Their great rush upward has filled
their hearts with hopes for the
greatest honor possible. The Ath Athletics
letics Athletics on the other hand, have 'been In
somewhat of a slump. Their form
the last half of the season has fallen
The great factor remains to be
mentioned. This is luck. The team
which 'gets the "breaks" will prob
ably swin. Some John ftlcGraw, for
instance, go so far as to call luck 70
per cent, of baseball. This probably
is an overestimate, hut luck- is never
to he overlooked. Remember how
Robe, a substitute In the White Sox
delivered hack in 1906 two hits that
gave the Sox the championship of
the world. And Rohe was regarded
as the weakest hitter on the team.
Here also, should be resurrected the
celebrated Snod grass which gave the
Ked Sox the title in 1 912.
Experience has shown that a teaa
runs true to form 'in a world series.
The extra strain does not tell on the
men's playing. Baseball players are
not given to "nerves" anyway. Pure
luck affects the. results, but the men
are shown by history to field and bat
Jul; about as well as they ordinarily
do. Thi3 fact may be taken as an
argument for the chances of the Ath Athletic.!,
In calculating how in any nme
the series w'ill.go it 'inay'-be rci:;?r.i rci:;?r.i-bered
bered rci:;?r.i-bered that not onco in the ten : -ri-:s
that have taken place has a tca:n
won in the -minimum of four game?.
The series has been finished five
times in five -games.
Here is the official eligible list of
Athletics: Connie (Mack,, manager;.
Baker, iBarry, Bender, .Bush, Collin?,
Cooms, Davles, 'Davis, Kopf, L:.;
iMcAvoy, fllclnnis, iMurphy, Oldrlng,
Pennock, Plank,' Schang, Strunk,
Thomas, .Thompson,' Walsh, Wjxol
Braves: George Stallings, manager?
Oather Cocreham, Connolly, .Cot .Cot-trell,
trell, .Cot-trell, Crutcher, Davis, T)el, iDeVore,
Dugey, Evers, 'Gilbert, Gowdy, llccs,
James, iMarnaville, Olann, tMartln,
Mitchell, Qloran, iRudolph, Schmidt,
Smith, : Tyler, Whaling, Whitted,
Should Conrlnce Kvcry
The frank statement of a neighbor
telling the merits oi 'a remedy, v
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far awaj'
Commands no belief at vail.
Here's an Ocala case, an Ocala citi citizen
zen citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
L. B. McKenzle, 607. Tuscawilla,
street, 'Ocala, says: "I have used
Doan's Kidney PIJls off and on for
the .past three years and they have
never failed to relieve me when my
kidneys have been disorderd, bring bringing
ing bringing on attacks of backache. I have
frequently told my friends about
Doan's Kidney Pills and always
Price 50c; at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's, Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKinzie had. Fostcr-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. T. Ad 1
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Official Report of the Proceedings at
the October 3Ieeting of
Oeala, Fla., Oct. oth,' 1914.
The 'board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners met In special session. Present,
Hon. C. Carmichael, chairman; and
W. LutTman, W. T. Henderson and J.
W. Davi3, commissioners.
Hon. Alfred Ayer, tax assessor,
presented the assessment books for
1914, showing total assessment for
the state and county as follows:
Real estate $4,101,660
Personal property ...... 1,381,810
Railroads and telegraphs.. 1,541,490
Waters, $50.33. to Roddenbery. Total
District No. 5, Fairfield -road. Built
3818 feet towards Light'3 hill. Grad Graded
ed Graded 4 80 cubic yards through Fairfield
and ramps, to Tampa & Jacksonville I
railroad crossing, costing 10 cents
per lineal foot. Cost of feeding
mules, 51.7c. per head; cost of feed
ing convicts, 23.4c. per man. Total
.District No. 1, Ocala and Lake
Weir road. Repaired 10,400 feet,
costing 4.7c. per lineal foot. Cost of
feeding mules 54.8c. per head; coit
of feeding convicts, 21.7c. per man.
Total, $491.19. f
Charged district No. 3, $23.44.
District No. 1. Opening Silver
Springs Toad 1800 feet, cost for
grubbing in hammock land 5c; per
lineal foot. Total $100.35.
District No. lf opening road 'from
UNDERTAKERS and EfflBALMERS
fine Caskets and Oarlal Robes.
the minutes of theMboard, to-wit:
D. E. 3IcIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
A total of. ...... ... .$7,027,960
The tax assessor having completed
the assessment hooks and presented" '.Mcintosh road to Fairfield road, part
them to the board," the hoard there- of cost, $73.03.
upon proceeded to examine same and District No. 5, repairing and clay clay-having
having clay-having found them correct, accepted ing tMcIntosh and Flemington road,
them. On motion of Commissioner four miles, total, $136.92, of which
Henderson, the following resolution part was in district. Total, $10.75.
was adopted and ordered spread upon The people on this road contributed
teams to assist for the two weeks we
All Work Done by Incensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
TTnilprtnklnrr 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.
14 FORT KING AVENUE
"Whereas, The tax assessor has
filed with the clerk of this board the
assessment rolls lor the year 1914;
and whereas, the clerk was authoriz
ed to receive said rolls for and on be behalf
half behalf of said hoard; and 'whereas, this
hoard has examined said rolls and
found same to he correct as required
by law; he It
"Resolved, That this board en
dorse upon said rolls a certificate
that they have examined same and
that they are correct, and the clerk
of this board is directed to record the
warrant annexed to saia roil as re
quired 'by law."
and brands made Teports as follows:
Districts Nos. 1, 3, 4, 8 (August and
September) 9, 20, 21, 22, 24, 26
(August and September).
The following justices of the peace
filed their reports showing fines and
costs during the month of Septem September,
ber, September, to-wit:
W. E. Smith, county judge, fines,
$140; costs $92.19. J. G. Ferguson,
J. P. No. 1, hnes $440: costs, $54.22;
Z. A. McClaren, J. P. No. 2, fines
$37; costs, $39.05. W. H. Anderson,
J. P. No. 3, fines $200; costs, $17.07.
A. J. Ellis, J. P. No. 16, fines $107;
costs, $30.83.' (M. L. Payne, J. P. No.
31, fines -$25;' costs;'- $1S.47.::
The following justices of the peace
filed their reports showing no busi
ness during the month of September;
to-wit: Z. Graham, J. P. No. 29;
Alexander Wynne, J. P. No. 19; J. F.
Bruton, J. P. No. 30.
The hoard appointed the following
clerks and inspectors to serve at the
general election November 3rd, 1914;
Precinct No. 1. Box No. 1. H.
Jones, clerk; L. F. Ballard, C. M. Llvf
ingrston H. H. Whetstone.
Box No. 2. Baxter Carn, G. C. Crom,
clerk: James A. Luff man, Bert C. Mur-
Clayed 660 feet on !L!g-ht, J. G. Meadows, E. Rou, clerk.
Precinct No. 3. Charles II. Gray. C.
M. Mathews. Jesse A. Welsner, Wilbur
P. Kins:, cleric.
Precinct No. 4. Jesse G. Carter,
! James H. Pearce, Thos P. Dean, Henry
Repaired with clay four miles, 1 H.Rodd en berry v clerk.
I rrecinci io. o. 1. v. -tjuuer, J. jd.
jicuenee, or., .vv. n. vtuiitoyie, jl. At
Precinct No. 6. TV. G 'Brooks. P. T.
ferry, cost, $46.01. Total, $225.09. McGilvary, T. D. Gillis, F. II. Miller,
District No. 3, Oklawaha and IMOS3 ; Precinct No. 7 S. R. Pyles. clerk;
Bluff road. Cost for month. $23.51. i1- y"1-"- ?0???" F' 9- Vuh4-
r tjk r-1 rt r r 'v i x i 1 : -tj r ti
Brick Citr; Cider and White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peacher, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins-for Pies "like mother used to
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Uround daily, right in our own stofe.
District No. 1.
Sharpe's Ferry road. Cost 11.1c. per
lineal foot. Total, $73.42.
District No. 4 Orange Hammock
filling in (Negrotown crossing. Tot ai, McGehee
$190.64. Repairing Heather Island
Total for month, $2080.32. Mitchell. J.
In accordance with your instruc- j precinct No
T). Procter, clerk; A. T.
tions, I have inspected hridge at
Dunnellon repaired foy Mr. W. J.
9. J. T. Lewis, clerk.
L. W. Sellers, W. H. Henry, Sr., Peter
Precinct Xo. 10. E. L. Martin, A. W.
T-ir x j r on. j. jki. .mock. Vj. a. w aiers. cjf i n.
vvaiei i uuu SKeius ou pa aits ecinct Na iiR. c. Fort, O. H.
The hoard thereupon adjourned to too cumberons, having used old jplank i Rogers, ,T, w. RandaU, B. 1 Hickman,
meex in regular session inesaay ana incn Doaros insteaa or one piece.
morning at 8:30 o'clock.
These are apt to cause trouble in
Tuesday, October 6, 1914,. short time. The total amount of tan-
The -hoard of county com-riisslon- her oised was about 11.309 feet 'B.
ers met in regular session -pursuant ar. at the price of the contract. This
to adjournment, with all members of fig-ures a price of $36.61 per iM.,
toil mm 'iii if j aea.
Ilerchants & Miners Trans Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
eervic6. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. -'Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
the hoard present except IMr. I). G.
The tmlnutes of the last regular
meeting in September and the spe
cial meeting on October 5th to ex examine
amine examine and approve the tax assessor's
books were read and approved.
Mr. C Wr. iMcQuarrie appeared be
fore the hoard In the (matter of in
creasing: the appropriation for the
county demonstration agent.
Susan Calvin was placed on the
pauper list at $3 per month.
3Irs. J. iR. .Moorhead appeared be
fore the board on behalf of Comfort
Lodge and her county work with the
On motion the clerk was directed
to draw a -warrant In favor or the
treasurer of the (Board of Trade for
$500 in aid of getting out booklet
advertising iMaTlon county.
aiC W. 1W. Harris appeared ;bef ore
the -hoard and gave his reasons for
requiring license to carry a pistol,
and permit was granted.
Messrs. GlaciKay, Light, (Rooney
and others appeared before the
-W. P. Williamson,
Hicks, W. S. Has-
which I consider an excessive price
for such work. The lumber used
ought to he bought for $17 to $18
per QI. Respectfully,
C. L. Gamshy, County Engineer.
On motion of IMr. Henderson it
was ordered that the clerk draw a
warrant in favor of W, J. WTaters for
$100 on account of work on .Dunnel .Dunnellon
lon .Dunnellon bridge, and that the clerk request
the Citrus county commissioners to
Precinct No. 12.-
J. V. Ryals, J. Y.
tin ers. clerk.
Precinct No. 13. C. R. Clapper. Jr.,
W. iS. Priest, A. J. Albritton, J. W. Stev-
Precinct No. 14. J. B. Hall, F. H.
Pedrick, W. H. Pegram W. P. Jordan,
clerk. '' i
Precinct No. 1 5.-C. J. SJcCranle",
Claud A: McCrai ey. Earl F. Drawdy,
Mitchell Rlgrdon, olerk.
Precinct No. 16. -T. F. Harrison, A.
C. W'h i te, S. Ra mey, R. K. Wart man n,
Precinct No. 17. J. C. Priest. Jr., W.
W. Grlffln, E. H. Swain, Walter C.
Tro.lnnt Mn 18 TVvvn :W. Atlflnssnn.
j L. M. Ray&or, Jr.. John M. AlarUn, Jr.,
Neal J. Townsend, clerk.
Precinct No. 19. W. Allsopp, V. .V.
Kelsey, J. M. Douglas, clerk; Daniel D.
Precinct No. i.0. Joseph Akin, J. B.
Oeorge. John W. Coulter, Mabe Phll-
. who owns tho ducilixif: the busi::: .j property t':r.t ct:.r.3
in y our" name?
of "course you think that you do; hut are you riht?
the question Is worth considering, it involves t1' origin nad.
the development of individual ovrnership in lid..
Vin the beginnig of civilization no man ovned any definito t .at
of the earth nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land w;r; no r-Icnt!-
.ul for individuals to dispute over the occtiponcy c
furnish this county with a copy of clerk: J. E. Pelot, J.' A. Freeman, O. M.
floridii title and abstract corporatioa
their contract with (Mr. Waters on
the Dunnellon bridge.
It was ordered that the Tunnellon,
Inglis and Lebanon road be declared
a public road and ordered opened;
It was ordered that the road 'mark-
ed out )by Messrs. H. T. (Hall et al,
Precinct No. 22. E. W. Rush, John
P. Havird, J.- Ht Bateman, Lu T. Hick Hick-son,
son, Hick-son, clerk.
Precinct No. 23. George Lovell,
clerk:JR'J. Perry. 4M. M. Proctor, J. W.
Precinct No. 24.-M3eorge Ohnmacht,
W. J. Mixson, Ossie Casoti, Geo. G.
Precinct No. 25. A. Belcher, George
Richer, A. McClaic, John A. Mathews,
com at ne cor of se5. of 29-13-21. 'iprk
. . a -i Precinct NO. ze. J. w. coioert, j. jp
ionowmg secuon iine to sw cor oi Carlton. E. W. Luffman. A. J. Stephens,
Maynard's grove, thence going in a clerk. . Briton. L. B.
northwest direction along iMaynard's : Marsh, Sidney H. Dent, F. M. Harp,
line for 200 or more feet, thence
crossing the field in a little south of
west direction to the corner of sec section
tion section line and follow said section line
to the center of sec. 30, tp. 13 r 21 to
board to solicit help in the matter of connect with Ocala and Fairfield road,
- For reservations, tickets, etc.
V- c- AVERY, L. D. JONES.
Agent. Com'l Agt
'Jlty Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Fla,, Expert wor
guaranteed. Reterences given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala,
! MOOD i
Fop Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
the Florida Vegetable 'Marketing Bu
reau, and the -matter was taken un
der advisement by the hoard.
The clerk was directed to striko
from the paper list Jim -Robinson,
being now deadand to continue his
mother, Mary tMcCullough at $3 per
month. It was also directed that
Sam Duncan be omitted from the
pauper list and that iMr. E. D. Rem
be. instructed to return to the county
treasurer all money now in his hands
of the county, to the credit of said
Sam -Duncan. The clerk was also
directed to omit from the pauper list
the name of Lydia James. (The al
lowance for A. B. 'Moore and family
was reduced from ?10 to ?o per
T. C Putnam appeared before the
board and was granted permit to
carry a pistol.
It was ordered that the county re
fund ?10 of the amount deducted
last month from Mr. J. R. Proctor's
salary and that the clerk draw a war
rant for that amount, in addition to
his salary for 'September, as the two
men lost, for -whom his salary was
deducted, were trusties
..Mrs. LMolly Fluett was ordered
placed on the pauper list at $3 per
On motion of Commissioner Wat-
kins, who had now taken his seat
with the commissioners, it was or
dered that the continuation of the
Sawdust Pond and Fairfield road to
the Hevy county line, be posted.
The county engineer submitted his
report for work done during the
month, and the report on bridge at
Dunnellon reported 'by .Mr. Waters,
To the Honorable Board of County
Gentlemen: I herewith suhmit
report -for month of September.
District iNo. 2, Blitchton road.
Built 1923 feet and repaired 400 feet
on iMcDavid's 'Hill, repaired 400 feet
on Clabber hill and built 1200. feot
and customers. east. Total, 3923 feet, costing 9c
ittllST CIiASS FAMILY GROCERIES per lineal foot. Cost of feeding mules
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE 5S.4c. per head; cost of feeding con
A SPECIAInr. victs 25.1c. per man. Total, ?100.
Precinct No. 28.-F. W. Barnett,
clerk: W. A. Kelley. L J. Dankwertz,
C. E Lucius. v"
Precinct No. 29. Peter 'Loos, "W.V.
Chappell, E. C. McLeod, J. E. Turnip-
Precinct No. 30. H. M Barnett, Ed.
! T. Carter, Charles P. Haycraft, clerK:
Henry W. Long.
Precinct No. 31. M. L. Payne, John
H. Carter. B. R. Chambers, C. J. Chit-
On report of Commissioner at- i ty, clerk. r
i iCv Jilt L X U. Oi. w a 4.7. a- vt
Alex J "Wyche. .Geo. H. Whlttlnton,
W. R. Dreher, clerk.
The board appointed R. L. Cly Cly-bourne,
bourne, Cly-bourne, G. Kim and C. A. Messenger
committee to view, mark and
be opened as a public iroad.
kins, the hoard refused to iput Alex
Anderson on the pauper list.
Notary bond of IMr. Frank Drake
was presented and approved.
On -motion the clerk was directed as
to draw a warrant for ? 5 in favor j lay out the Goin and Redding roal,
of Bertha "Haves, a county convict, .in the place of the commissioners
she having served twelve months in
the county jail.
It was ordered that a -warrant he
drawn in favor of P. H. Nugent for
$75 to pay amounts due county con convicts
victs convicts at the expiration of their sen sentences.
tences. sentences. The hoard adjourned to meet at 8
o'clock Wednesday -morning. ; .-.
Wednesday, October 7, 1914.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. All members present.
iThe hoard. by resolution, decided
to hoi dthe matter of appropriation
to county demonstration agents until
the meeting on October 14th, next.
1 ffi; I I
Tcorao For Heal M3M Grid Heavy II
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
and Safes, r
YZ VAX nOAK!)
Superior to P!: icr
or Ccili;;: In
Quality or Price
The clerk filed pay rolls for state
vised the hoard that candidates
nominated by petition must be put
on-the ticket at the election, regard regardless
less regardless as to whether they, qualified in
the primary or not.
In accordance with the request of
the Ocala-Silver Springs Canal Com
mission, the board named Messrs.
Baxter Cam and George MacKay to
A. D. BROOKS
Has. moved his General Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to ihe new
St. Georges Block,
whprft he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Ma
nolia and South Second Street, where
ae will be pleased to see his friends
witnesses in the special term of cir
ouit court held on the 28th of Sep September
tember September for $1-60.40, in the case of
state of Florida versus A. -v. tiougn,
which was approved.
Communication from Mr. L. C.
rro t, .hahim flitoyi nnti nf- Hester of Williston read and filed.
w. ft. Smith, county audge. niea
certificates of convictions for the
-month l September. V
-Hon. J. P. Galloway, sheriff, filed
his report to the state auditor, which
Hon; W. Ii. Colbert, tax collector, 1 1
filed report of licenses collected dur during
ing during September, showing $271 collect-
serve on said commission tor two j
3earS. J r i uu. iviiu uu..uiauaui iiia.
The "board instructed the clerk to -ports; of receipts and disbursements
Commercial Bank Block on
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Ijocal c;
Lcnf Distance .Phone,
'.' 1 ":, f 5
Z a High CLiss rc-
AM now in business for myself.
tail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as niuch as any one elso la 'business for your money. Seven
teen years in the business has taught me what the. public
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES
'write the governor recommending
appointment of Terry Young as mark
and brand inspector for district No.
The bond of Terry Young as notary
public was duly approved.
for the. month of September, which
Hon. W. Li. Colbert, tax collector,
filed his report of polls collected for
the.month of September.
Hon. W. Li. Colbert, tax collector,
It was ordered that G. S. Scott be filed his Teport of automobile licenses
placed on the ticket at the general) collected for the anonth of Septem Septem-election
election Septem-election as a candidate for member her.
district No. 1, and that J. 8. Gran-: proved and audited hy the county
tham be placed on said ticket as can-, auditor paid.
didate for member of the hoard of The hoard adjourned until Wed-
public instruction for district No. 3, nesday, October 14th, 1914, at 9 a.
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon .
Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2
fit Tver callcn.
Good Old 70. Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon.
Remember that ..we vdll fill
any order you send us end
meet the price of any other
Jngs if yoa
and that L.. Legrand ;Hopkins and R. m'
C. Carmichael, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
(H. iNichols be placed on same ticket
as candidates, respectively, for jus
tice of the peace and constable in dis-I Fourteen pounds of susar for $1,
trict No. 21, Marion countv, they hav- with cash purchases nf other grocer
ing been regularly and legally nomi-! es to the amount of $1, Saturday
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The following inspectors of marks Company. adv. 3t
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TYRANNICAL MINE OWNERS AND
REPUBLICAN BOSSES IX COLO COLO-ItADO
ItADO COLO-ItADO ARE POLITICAL. TWINS
Denver, Oct- 9. "-Colodado citizens
who have suffered for .more than a
year because or the coal striKe ana
he consequent reign of anarchy fur
thered iby the mine owners, are
awaiting anxiously the decision of
the operators as to -whether they will
accept 'President Wilsons iprop-osl-
lon for a three year truce and, if
they refuse, what action the chief ex
ecutive will take.
It is said that the operators are
trying to postpone their final reply
until after election. It is known that
they have provided practically all of
the slush fund for Jthe republican
party. George Carlson, candidate for
governor on that ticket, is an avow
ed hater of union labor and has
made all of his despicable reputation
as district attorney of Boulder coun
ty where he has never hesitated to
do anything in bis power to perse persecute
cute persecute the striking miners of that dis
It is said that Carlson has promis
ed to send the state militia back to
the field and deport every "undesir "undesirable?
able? "undesirable? which in the (language of the
coal operators is every man who dar
es to strike for his constitutional
rights in Colorado.
The Colorado Fuel & Iron Com
pany, the Victor American and oth others
ers others of the law-breaking coal corpo corporations
rations corporations are out of politics. They
said they were all during the Con
gressional investigation of the co a
strike. They say It now You don't
believe it? Very well. Bear in mind
that Jeff Farr, republican sheriff of
iHeurfano county, is chief of all the
imported gunmen in that county and
then glance over the vote cast at the
recent primary election at C. FV& I.
JWalsen Mines: republicans 139;
democrats 2; Rouse: republicans
139, democrats 2; Cameron: repub republicans
licans republicans 29, democrats 0; Ideal: re republicans
publicans republicans 38, democrats 3; IMIdway:
republicans 60, democrats 1.
, Doesn't the vote show that Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller has got out of Colorado poli politics?'
tics?' politics?' V'::; ...
The Victor American Company
own but one precinct in this county.
It bas 52 registered voters. Not
wanting the-people of the state to
think they were mixing in politics,
the "Victor American Company gave
all these '52 votes to the republicans.
iRumor 'has it that the C. fF. & I.,
Jeff (Farr and others of the gang are
planning to have a special grand
jury called to "investigate" the
trouble during April 'when the gun gunmen
men gunmen and militia, tried to .wipe out the
strikers with machine guns and high
powered rifles. The plan, as rumor rumored,
ed, rumored, is to indict 135 leading demo democrats
crats democrats of the county, including all of
the candidates for office, and lodge
them all in jail until after the elec
The fact that other grand juries
of the state have indicted none but
union miners and refused to investi
gate the slaughter of 34 miners has
created such a wave of indignation
against the political- corruption of
the coal companies that "public senti
ment may prevent this stronsr arm
method of trying to defeat justice of
anything Is possible and may be ex expected
pected expected in Colorado's coal strike zone.
According to stories printed in the
Trinidad publication of .the United
"Mine Workers, bundreds of thugs
and gunmen are daily being brought
into the strike district. One report
says that last Sunday Jeff Farr held
a meeting with all the coal company
guards in Huerfano county, and laid
out a campaign against the strikers
to be put Into effect as soon as the
federal troops are withdrawn.
Nothing is being left undone to
throw discredit, on the strikers.
This week the prostituted sheet of
the mine owners in Trinidad pVinted
a sensational story about the strikers
of Ludlow tent colony attacking two
iiieu. uear me coiony. 'i he paper
went on to say that the federal au
thontles -were making a rigid invest
igation. It developed that no report
judu 'ueeu uiiiue lu uie ieaerai com
manders, that no men had been seen
near tne point mentioned and that
no one had met with any violence
On account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala
on the 27th ana 2Stn cays oi ,cto-
ber, .1914, a special meeting of the
city council 'wa3 held on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration books of
said city, and the following names
stricken:'',;'-' v '---
Ward No. l. A. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. 'H. iSIcGiahan (removed),
E .1. Howell (dead.)
Ward No. 2.- Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, N. P. Ives, R. C. Muncas-
ter, J. J. aicCranie, M. Itaysor, J.
C. fRaysor, B. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re-
mo ved. ) T. C! 'Hall, Nathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.)
Ward No. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. Hodges, F. R. iHiggins,
M. Strauss, v J. (M. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed. ) Pat Gillen, J.
W. "Lyles and J. H. CSIoClymond
Ward No. 4.T. !L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. ai. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
rrhe city council win oiear com
plaints at special meeting to be (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. tH. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
II, Yon Will Talit Enocnli o2 Onr
Satnrdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thai tic you.
And If the teams could talk they would thank you, too for helping
to lighten the load on the heaviest day of the week, which Is a day cf
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man cf yours.
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NOTICE OP-INCORPORATION OP THE
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE
AND LIME COMPANY
.that tA the
hereby give notice
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. 3ieais a la carte ana lunches
at any Iiour. Adv.
A SCHOOL OF STUDY
We will teach children how to pre
pare their lessons in the afternoon
for each day. Terms reasonable.
Phone 305,' or apply to 3Irs. C. V.
Roberts and Mrs. R. L. Carter. 2-t
KEEP YOUR ST03LCII
26th dar of October, A. D.. 114
at ten o'clock a. ra., or as soon there thereafter
after thereafter as they can be heard, they will
apply to the Honorable Park Trara Trara-mell.
mell. Trara-mell. governor of the state of Florida,
at his office, in the capitol building of
said state, in the city of Tallahassee,
for letters patent, incorporating them.
their associates and successors, into a
body politic and' corporate In deed and
in law, under the name of FLORIDA
SOFT PHOSPHATE AND LIMB COM
PANY, under the following charter and
articles of. incorporation, the original
of which will 'be on file in the offlce-
of the secretary of -state of said -state
of Florida, at the city of Tallahassee,
-diiring the time required by law, for
the publication of this no.tlce.
J. RANDOLPH APPLEBY, JR.
. ANSELM P. ANDERSON.
KATHERINE R. NORTON.
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CHARTER OF FLORIDA SOFT PHOS
PHATE AND, LIME COMPANY
The undersigned hereby agree to be
come associated -together, and do here
by associate themselves together for
the purpose of becoming a body politic
and corporate under the laws or tne
state of Florida, the V provisions of
which are hereby accepted. The fol following
lowing following articles ; of incorporation shall
constitute and become its charter upon
the issuance of letters patent, -according
to law: s
1. The name of this corporation
shall be FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE
AND LIME COMPANY. Its principal
office. and place of business shall be in
-IJ0 O'nfflnoo mov Ktt oofs KHehewl tkt ; ejurh
other places as may be selected by the
board of directors.
. 2. The general nature of the busi business
ness business to be transacted by said corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be: to acquirer own, work,
lease, mortgage, sell and dispose of any
mines, mining rights and lands, r and
any Interest therein, and to explore and
develop the same; to carry on the bus business
iness business of fertilizing and dealing in and
with fertilizer of any and all kinds
whatsoever and to engage in any bus business
iness business or pursuit whatsoever which is
or may be directly or indirectly con connected
nected connected with or related to the fertilizing
business; to buy, selL develop, deal In,
improve, manage ; and operate real
property; o carry on the business of
building, construction and alteration of
bouses-and other s.tructures thereon,
and the development of real property
generally; the renting and leasing of
real property, improved and unimprov unimproved;
ed; unimproved; to make -all mortgages of real
property and to borrow money 'thereon
by mortgage or otherwise ; to loan
money upon rea property and take
mortgages and assignments of mort mortgages
gages mortgages of the same; subject only to the
provisions imposed by law or the char charter
ter charter or by-laws of said corporation ; c to
buy, sell and deal in shares of stock of
this and other "corporations and in
bonds and loans secured by mortgages
or other liens on real property; to
carry on the business of purchasing,
manufacturing, acquiring, iholding.
owning, mortgaging, pledging, leasing,
selling, assigning and transferlng, in investing
vesting investing in, trading and dealing in
goods, wares, merchandise and prop property
erty property of every kind and description, and
carrying on any one or more of the
above businesses or any other
business connected therewith, as
may be, and to the extent, permittee
by the laws or this state, ana as iuu
and with all the powers that the laws
of this state confer upon corporations;
to carry on business within or with
out the state of Florida as may be and
to the extent permitted oy law.
3. The amount or capital stocK oi
this corporation shall be Seven Hun
dred and Fifty Thousand Dollars
l$7S0,000), divided into Seventy-flve
Thousand (75,000) shares of the par
value of Ten Dollars ($10) each; said
capital stock shall be paid ror in law
ful money of the United States or real
or personal property of the value equal
to the Dar value or tne swck issuea in
exchange or payment tnereior, ten peri
cent, of which shall be paid in lawful
money of the United States or real or
personal property as aoove proviaea,
within ten days after letters patent
shall have been granted, and before
said corporation shall transact any
business. The unpaid balance due on
stock of the subscribers hereto shall
be paid in lawful money or tne unuea
States or real or personal property of
the value equal to the par Tralue of the
stock Issued in exchange or payment
therefor, in such instalments and with within
in within such time as may be designated by
the board of directors, v provided that
the subscribers shall be entitled to ten
days' notice of demand for. such de deferred
ferred deferred payments.
4. The duration of this corporation
shall be perpetual, unless sooner dis dissolved
solved dissolved according to Jaw.
5. The business of this corporation
,hall be conducted by a board of not
less than Ave nor more than nine direc directors..
tors.. directors.. The board of directors shall select
from themselves a President. Vice-
President. Secretary and Treasurer.
Two offices may be held by one per
on. Said board of directors shall have
authority to appoint all necessary
aarents of this corporation.
Annual meetings of the stockholders
sfaall be held at the principal office of
the corporation on the third Tuesda
in January of each year, at 12 o'cloc
m., or 8,s soon thereafter as practica
ble, at which 'the board of directors
shall be duly elected by ;fhe stockholders.
The by-laws for .the government of
nrst annual meeting or tne stocknoia-
ior that purpose.
Until a 'board of directors shall havo
been first duly chosen by the stock
holders, ithe business of the said cor
poration' shall be conducted ty the fol following
lowing following named .persons and officers:
An? elm P. Anderson,' President,
J. Rajidolph Appleby, Jr., Vice-President.
Kathtrine R. Norton, Secretary.
Anselm P. 'Anderson, Treasurer.
Temporary by-laws may be adopted
by said officers until 'the first annual
meetina: of the stockholders.
6. The highest amount of Indebted Indebtedness
ness Indebtedness or liability to which this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall at any time subject it.el to,
is One Million Dollars $1,000,000).
7. The names and residences of the
subscribers to these articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, together with ihe -amount of
capital subscribed by each are as fol follows:
NAMES RESIDENCES No. of Ehares
Anselm P. Anderson,
Brooklyn, N.' Y.,
J. Randolph Appleby, Jr.
66 State St.,
Perth Amboy, N. J.,
Kathe?'ine R. Norton,
162 Fairview Ave.,
Jersey City, N. J.;
In witness whereof, we have
74 S 8
unto set our hands this 23rd day o:
September, A. U. 1914.
",J. RANDOLPH APPLEUY, JR.
ANSELM P. ANDERSON.
KATHARINE R. NOHTON.
Witness; GEORGE TUMI'SON.
STATE OF NEW YORK,
COUNTY OF NEW YORK, sa:
I, GEORGE TUMP-SON, a notary pub public
lic public in and for the State and County
aforesaid, do hereby certify that A N N-SELM
SELM N-SELM P. ANDERSON, J. RANDOLPH
APPLEBY, JR., and KATHERINE 1L
NORTON, who are to me well known,
this day appeared before me, and sev severally
erally severally for themselves acknowledged
that tbey signed the foregoing articles
of Incorporation and the accompanying
notice Tor the uses and purposes tnere-ir-stated.
t ,n witness whereof, I have lereunttl
tret my hand and seal of office his 23rd
day of. September. 1914.
(Sea ) liiiiuiiui-j lu-urov.
Notiry Public, New York County.
My commission expires March 20,
The' Arithmetic -of Jt
The pupil3 in a school were, ashed to
give In writing the difference between
& biped and a quadruped. One boy
gave the followins: "A bipd'haa two
legs, therefore the difference fco fco-tween'a
tween'a fco-tween'a biped and a quadruped Is two
FALL COLD XEEDS AT-TEXTIOX
-No use to fuss and try to -wear it
out. Vlt will wear you out Instead.
Take Dr. King's Xew Discovery, re relief
lief relief fellows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothe3 your cough away.
Pleasant, anticeptic and healing.
Children like it. Get a'50c bottle of
Dr. King'? tNew Discovery and keep
it in the house. "Our family coah
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Ranchester, Ohio, ftloney
back if not satis-fled., hut it nearlyal nearlyal-ways
ways nearlyal-ways helps. tues-thrus-frl-w
Dest Way to Darn.
By darning diagonally across thD
weave, Instead of with it, the stitches
are not nearly so likely to pull away
rroni'jtne eqges ot tne darned spot.,
THs 'is an especially rood method
t ae used where etitche3 have beca
IIOPIXESS LUXG TROUBLE
Many recoveries from lung troy'ol-
es are aue xo ur.. wa s nne-iar-
Honey. It strengthens- the lung:-?,
checks the cough and gives relief at
once. air. W. S. Wilkins, Gates; X.
C, writes: "I used 'Dr. Bell's Plne-
TaNHoney In a case given -up as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure." Get a bottle of Dr. B ell's.
Pine-Tar-Honey- If your cough is
dry and hacking, let it trickle down
the throat, yon will surely get rellil:
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-fri-wkly
AAaklni nf rjancinfl?
Anything that's worth doing at tZl
!s vorth nverdoing. ICehla Howard
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9. l6l4.
I OCALA OCCURRENCES 1
Woodmen meet this evening.
Pythian Sisters will
at The Murray Com-10-S-3t
very latest novels
FROZEX MINTS the new chewin
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 KREGER'S. tf
President George "MacKay of the
(Board of Trade has appointed the
following committee, the members of
which will .meet at the Board of
Trade headquarters next Tuesday
morning, to make arrangements to
lay the -wishes of the citizens in re regard
gard regard to an union passenger station
before the members of the railroad
commission, "who will convene in the
courthouse at 10 o'clock:
. FY E. Harris, R. F. Rogers, L. X.
Long, George Rentz, B. -H. Seymoar,
Jake Brown, A. C. Cobb, L. W. Duval
and J. D. Rooney.
NIGHT TRAINS ON COAST XINE
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGERS. 10-8
New Crop FloridaiSeed Rye.'Ocaia
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Fresh pansy and sweet -pea seed at
Rltting & Knight's drug store. 928-tf
DENNISOX'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 024-tf
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone I t Is uMtting &
31 r. John T. ;Moore and a party of
friends visited Orlando yesterday in
-.' ICE. CREAM,1 all that
implies, at. KREGER'S.
When you need stationery, go to
Capt. John L. 'Inglis of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and commander of the Florida
Confederate Veterans, is in the city
for the first time since last June.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and tMedicines at half price.
Two 25cts or oOcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed 'store 10-1-tf,
Our fine-looking fire chief and his
handsome' assistants are showing up
well in their neat and natty uniforms,
-which were handed over to them this
The night trains on the A. C. L.
railway between Jacksonville, Ocala
and St. Petersburg go on the night
of the 18th, for their winter run, a
train each way each night.
AN OPTIMISTIC OUTTiOOK
The city registration books are
open and those who wisn to vote in
the coming bond elections 'had 'best
go to the city clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop prop-erly
erly prop-erly registered. Poll taxes are paid
in the county tax collector's office at
the court house, but the fact that you
are correctly registered in the county
books will. not entitle you to vote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books.
Mr. G. W. Ribble, superintendent
of the southern division Postal Telegraph-Cable
Company, was in Ocala
for a few (hours Tuesday afternoon
on business for his company. This
is Mr. Ribble's fourth visit to Ocala
since the opening of the Postal Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph office here.
. iMr. Ribble stated to a Star report
er that his company saw no caue
for alarm over the present business
situation; that th2 Postal was not
reducing its forces in any section,
even though some offices are being
operated at a loss.
"I do not .believe," said Mr. Ribble,
"that the European war can last a
great while longer, and when It does
end, the manufacturing plants of this
country will fbe flooded with orders.
Even now the tension is 'being great greatly
ly greatly lessened iby large orders from Eu European
ropean European governments for American American-made
made American-made commodities. The 'buy a (bale
movement in the South is already ac accomplishing
complishing accomplishing great results. When
peace has been declared and the
great flood tide of prosperity sweeps
the country, the telegraph ; will be
more in demand than ever before;
nd the Postal will be prepared for
handling this business with its usu
al promptness, 'because it has not
gone backward during this tempo-
With reference to further exten
sions of the Postal's lines in Florida,
EMr. Ribble said that some extensions
are now 'toeing planned; that these
extensions would be made in terrl-
ory where the Postal was now 'being
most liberaly patronized.
MEETING OF TEACHERS
The Marion County Teachers' As Association
sociation Association will meet at the office of the
county superintendent on Saturday
morning, October 10th, at 10 o'clock.
All teachers and trustees are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to ibe present.
(Mr.' R. F. Condon isn't taking
much stock in the talk of hard times.
He sold two autos yesterday a Reo
to IMr. Padgett of Anthony and a
Buick in the city. So lie thinks there
are several kinds of money in the old
South Carolina' Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
The school children are generally
out in force at ithe Temple every Fri Friday
day Friday night, and they will "be glad to
meet their old friend Johnny Bunny
at that shrine of entertainment this
evening. The Temple is giving its
patrons a mighty good picture service
now, and is in receipt of many com
pliments for the same.
A barrel of cranberries just re received
ceived received at Cam-Thomas Co. 1 0-6-3 1.
iMr. Charles H. Kittredge of Prov Providence,
idence, Providence, R. I. a capitalist of that city,
is at the Ocala House, a guest of his
friend Mr. W. J. tHi
i err Ion hp
IOE CREAM, all that
implies, at KREGER'S.
(Mr. Herman Warshauer has ar
ranged the windows .of the pawn
shop in the most effective manner,
and is doing a mighty good 'businegs.
Miss Minnie Gamsby will give
limited number of pupils lessons in
singing. Special attention to correct
-voice production. Garcia's method.
Apply 814 Fort King ave. 9-30-6t
Our fountain service' includes per
fect cleanliness in every detail.
Gerle's. "A reliable druestoreMO-7
iMr. Joseph fMalever and nis as assistants
sistants assistants opened the store between
the Western Union and the Board of
Trade, for the sale of the IHarley
stock on time this morning, and
have foeen doing a rushing (business
all day. Tbey ihave some splendid
bargains, for the Harley stock was
well selected and oip to date. The
Star saw one gentleman going out
with six pair of pants in his arms.
Subscribe for your Magazines at
The Murray Company. 10-8-3t
Mr. J. R. Thornton of Atlanta, rep representing
resenting representing tbe S. P. Richards Co.,
was in the city yesterday calling on
.TWENTY-FIVE POUiNDS OF
BULK OATMEAL FOR ONE DOL DOLLAR
LAR DOLLAR AT C ARN-TH OM AS CO. 9-2t
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
at the courthouse at 7:30 p. m. The
meeting will be to attend to many
(business affairs that have stacked up
in the last two months and to select
representatives to the state reunion
at Lakeland. All members should be
Judge W. S. IBullock and (Messrs.
H. JM. Hampton and Louis W. Duval
left the city sometime before daylight
this morning for Crystal River, wheie
they took the judge's fine 35-001
covered motor 'boat and went to the
gulf for a day's fishing. They will
return some time tonight. Great Is
the auto and motor 'boat for cover covering
ing covering distance. A member of this pa paper's
per's paper's staff who is not yet a Methu Methuselah
selah Methuselah remembers the time when two
days were required to transport a
fishing party and its camping outfit
to the river and another day to reach
- the gulf. Now the entire distance is
snade iby middle forenoon.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE -Sawed cedar posts, al
heart, any quantity. George W
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-t
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
hoard or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
Free Transportation by Southern Ex-
lress Company of Kxhibits to
, the Marion-Sumter Fair
With a view to promoting the ag
ricultural interests of the state of
Florida the Southern Express Com
pany will transport free of charge
shipments weighing 50 pounds or
ess, and also citrus (fruits and pine
apples, in packages weighing not over
80 pounds, .from points within 'Flor-
da, when consigned to the secretary
of the Marion-Sumter County Fair
Association,. Ocala, Fla., provided
such shipments are transported whol-
y within the state of Florida, and
are intended solely for exhibition
Shipments as described may be re
turned free to the original owner at
the initial point of shipment at. the
close of the exhibition, if accom
panied by. certificate to this effect
signed tby the secretary of the fair
B. CM. 'Williams, 2nd Vice Pres.
Poll taxes for 1912 and '1913 will
'be required to vote in the (November
election. These poll taxes, if not al
ready paid, must .be paid by Satur
day, October 10, to be certified to
the registration, officer, and to qualify
you to vote in said election. ;
10-9-2t W. L.. Colbert, Tax Col'ctr.
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit
ting & Knight have only that kind.'
Mr. (Morris Osborne left today for
Crystal River, where he will take a
position in one of the fbig stores that
his father has charge of. Mr. Os
born has many 'friends among the
young people of Ocala who wish him
success In his undertaking.
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
WANTEDA good buggy horse
must be cheap for cash. Apply a
Star office. io-2-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 10-5-12
'FOR RENT Six -room cottage, all
modern conveniences. Apply Star
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
'rooms for light housekeeping near
postoffice; reasonable rates; ad address
dress address 206 N. Qlain street, or Char Charles
les Charles tMcLucas,, Ocala (House barber
DEAFNESS CANNOT 'BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion or tne
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that Is 'by constitution
al remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of tbe mucous
lining of the (Eustachian tube. when
this tube is inflamed you 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
flammation can !be taken out and tnis
.'tribe restored to its normal condition,
hearimr will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing ibut an In Inflamed,
flamed, Inflamed, condition of the mucous sur
faces. - ''
We 'will give one hundred dollais
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh ) that cannot he cured ny
iHall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
culars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
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-
ence as to character and ability.
.White woman from the north. Ed Educated,
ucated, Educated, something of a musician.
Address, IB., 321 Church street,
Orlando, Fla. 10-8-2t
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that daf?
without first obtaining these licenses
is in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col collector
lector collector will issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully, V
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector. 3-3 Ot
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The Bisrcf Ouiilte
And they've been "lining up 99 for
generations. Millions of men men
who demand absolute purity and per perfect.
fect. perfect. flavor. They all take to and they
all stick to Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer.
MOORE'S MAIL' ORDER HOUSE
Phone 293 Ocala, Fla
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