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OCaLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, QCT.OBER 10, 1914
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' BIG GUliS AND MIGHT? ARMIES OVERWHELMED DEFENSE
OF HEROIC BELGIANS
Berlin, Oct. 10 That Antwerp has
fallen is the official announcement
The garrison was led out of Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp by Its commaridef. T
Breaches had beepv made In 'the
fortifications, at se.yt j.1 'points, and
the Belgians forthwith J abandoned
them. JMost of the farts had been In
possession of the Germans since Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.
LONDON I IAS 1 1 RAH I OP IT
London, Oct. 10. It is unofficially
reported that the 'Germans Txave cap captured
tured captured Antwerp fbut that several forts
are still holding out. The British ad admiralty
miralty admiralty admitted that Antwerp was
evacuated -by the (Belgians Friday
BELGIUM WILL BE
A NAVAL BASE
Emperor William's Sliips Will Use
It to Operate1 Against
Rome, Oct. 10. War against
Great Britain, according to. German
newspapers received here, will corr corr-'cnence,
'cnence, corr-'cnence, -now that Antwerp has fallen.'
Belgium will become the .base of op operations
erations operations agjiinst -Great Britain.
LORIMER AGAIN IN
THE LIME LIGHT
Indicted for Misapplication of Funds
of His Banking Institution
Chicago, Oct. 10. William Lori Lori-er,
er, Lori-er, voted out of the United States
Senate after an investigation on the
ground 'that he had not been legally
elected, has been indicted in federal
court on a charge of misapplication
of the funds of the LaSalle Street
National Bank. Federal' Judge Car Carpenter
penter Carpenter fixed Lorlmer's foond at $15,-000.
ST. QUENTIN ON A LEE SHOBE
Big Steamer from England in Bad
Position Near Savannah
Savannah, Oct. 10. The British
steamship St. Quentin ran ashore
twelve miles off Tybee last night and
is at the mercy of the waves. Tugs
have been sent to her assistance!
'bne of tiie High Men In Papal Coun Councils
cils Councils is Bead
(Rome, Oct. 10. Cardinal Ferrata,
papal secretary of state, -died today
of appendicitis. ;
JB GOING ON WITH RESULTS
SATISFACTORY TO TH E
; Paris, Oct. 10. The Germans are
making heavy attacks -upon the allies
north and northwest of Lille, tout the
situation is satisfactory to the al al-allies,
allies, al-allies, was the official report at three
o'clock this afternoon.
The French have gained some ad advantage
vantage advantage north of the Oise and made
progress in the vicinity of St. Mlhiel,
at the eastern end of the (battle front.
V lt is officially announced that Ant Antwerp
werp Antwerp was taken Friday.
BIG HALL BUOSIE
MILLION DOLLAR BUILDING AT
-New York, Oct. ilO.The famous
University Hall at Columbia Univer University
sity University vas burned today. The loss is
estimated at a million dollars.
TOOK AN AUSTRIAN
Montenegrins Will Live at Expense
of Dual Monarchy
Rome, Oct. 10. A news dispatch
from Cattro reports the capture of
an Austrian supply train (by (Monte (Montenegrins
negrins (Montenegrins near Sarajevo.
PEASANT WOMEN IN RUINED HOLIES
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Peasant women in Belgium searching for belongings in the debris of their
homes, ruined by the Germans. ;
AWFUL SUFFERINGS OF THE
REFUGEES FROM ANTWERP
Ghent, Oct. 10. Fugitives arriv arriving
ing arriving here from Antwerp, driven out
by the German bom!bardment, assert
that the plight of the refugees is des desperate.
perate. desperate. Thousands of old (men, worn
en and children lie along the Toad Toad-side
side Toad-side where they collapsed. The peo people
ple people are panic stricken. At Antwerp
with ; shells falling everywhere,
wrecking .buildings, killing
maiming the inhabitants, the people
with 'blanched faces are rushing
BOOKS ARE OPEN
Germany Expects Portugal Soon to
iBerlin, Oct. 10. -It -was semi semiofficially
officially semiofficially stated today that the gov government
ernment government expects Portugal to declare
war against Germany shortly.
KANSAS FAMILY KILLED
Destructive Tornado Swept the Coun Country
try Country Near Galena
;Galena, Kas., Oct. 10. A tornado
which swept this section last night
killed John 'Deerfel and his family
of four, injuring three others.
The city registration books are
open and those who wish 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 properly
erly properly 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
hooks4 will not entitle you to vote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered In the city books.
Poll taxes for 1912 and 1913 will
be required to vote in the 'November
election. These poll taxes, if not al already
ready already paid, must be paid by Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 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.
Fourteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and Monday only. Smith Grocery
OIL TANKS BLOUD UP
AMERICAN PROPERTY DESTROY DESTROYED
ED DESTROYED AT SIEGE OF ANTWERP
" -Washington, Oct. .10. -The de destruction
struction destruction iby "Germans of a number of
large American o wtied oil tanks near
(Antwerp was reported j to the state
department today by Consul General
Biedrichj' who .declared the oil tanks
wore she lied 'Jby the (Germans while
the American flag floated over them,
and the attacking party was fully
cognizant of the ownership of the
IT WILL BE SETTLED LATER
Tbe American consul general at
Antwerp notified' the state depart department
ment department thati he was forced to leave
Antwerp when the bombardment
(The state department believes the
United. States can do nothing about
the destruction of the oil tanks now,
but the owners must wait until the
war is over and present their claims.
CANNING CLUB CONTEST
'The canning club contest will
he held on Saturday, October 24th,
at Inverness. This day has 'been de decided
cided decided '-.ipon so that the school children-
from every community may at?
tend; This should be a great day for
Citrus county. Farmers and "business
men of every profession should 'be jn
attendance, and see what your girls
can do in the canning line. (Mrs.
MoorheadV who 'has charge of this
work, urges all the girls in the coun county,
ty, county, who (belong to this club, to send
in their exhibits In time for them to
be arranged. Let every one -who can,
attend the contest. Crystal River
Dr. E. Van (Hood, an eminent and
skilled physician, of Ocala, paid
(Bushnell a tprofessional call iMonday.
iHis wife accompanied him. Bush Bushnell
nell Bushnell Times.
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HANDS OF IHISSffi
DISASTROUS RESULT DF IIIVASIOII Hi POLAIID PUTS BEE-
'LMIIS HI EAST 01! DEFEHSIVE
. Petrograd, Oct. 10. 'It was offi officially
cially officially announced today that the :Rus :Rus-sians
sians :Rus-sians have captured Marggral)Owa
and Lyck, two important railroad
centers In East Prussia.
GERMANS LEFT A STRONG PO POSITION
SITION POSITION s The Germans have abandoned the
fortified, position at Barkalezew on
the iRospuda river.
GREAT BATTLE RAGING
The great battle on the left bank
of the Vistula, hetween the Russian
main army and the A.ustro-German
armies, is still raging without definite
CZAR IS SATISFIE
HIS ARMIES HAVE PUT GERMANS
AND AUSTRIA XS OX THE
, DEFENSIVE ;
Petrograd, Oct. 10. (Official state statement);
ment); statement); The invasion of Russian ter
ritory 'by Germans from (East Prus
sia has resulted in a complete defeat
for the "Germans. (Many places where
the enemy retreated developed into
a rout, in which the 'Russians took
thousands of prisoners many guns
and quantities of ammunition and
The Germans are now on the de defensive,
fensive, defensive, and all their armies have
'been driven 'back into East Prussia.
Heavy fighting has heen. going on
along the 'Vistula against the Austro Austro-Germans
Germans Austro-Germans for the past two days. The
Russians are gaining "slowly hut
The czar expressed himself great greatly
ly greatly pleased with the conditions as he
found them at the front.
. The seige of Pszemysl continues.
The fRussians have captured one fort
on the principal line of fortifications.
AUSTRIA GIVES A DIFFERENT
Vienna, Oct. ilO. (Official )HPart
of the Russians before Przemysl
were forced to withdraw by the Aus-"
trians. iFierce -fighting was in pro progress
gress progress Friday night.
BIG -BOATS SUNK IN RIVER
SCHELDT BY THE BRITISH
London, Oct. 10 A news dispatch
from Amsterdam says it is semi semiofficially
officially semiofficially reported that the (Britinh
sunk thirty German steamers at the
entrance to Antwerp port for. -the
purpose of obstructing the harhor
and making Cerman navigation dan dangerous.
gerous. dangerous. '
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light housekeeping; all modern con conveniences;
veniences; conveniences; close in; reasonable price
for permanent party. Phone No. J
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Joseph L. Neyssent,a boy ecost cf
Belgium, who has been given t!:a
bronze medal of merit. Slngie-hcnd-ed
he captured two German engineers,
one uhlan and two priests who wcro
spies. He had fought in five en20 en20-ments
ments en20-ments when this photograph v;z3
taken, and had made several darins'
trips on his bicycle carrying d!
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DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
Cam Building, OCALA, FLA.
that cosi: yoUn$25 TO 35.
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THE OCAIjA EVENING STAil, SATURDAY OCTOBER 10. 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, In advance $3.00
Six months, in advance. .. 2.50
Three months, in. advance. . 1.25
One month, In advance...".. .50 One month, in advance
One year- in advance ,. .$8.00
Six months, in advance. .... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
SISTER ESTHER CARLOTTA
At the request of several members
of Dickison Chapter, U. T. C, we re reproduce
produce reproduce the following from the
Of Interest to the U. D. C. of Florida
Justice and fair play appeal to all
right-minded people, but .there has
been no justice nor fair -play In the
treatment accorded our state presi presi-dent,SIster
dent,SIster presi-dent,SIster Esther Carlotta, !by some
of the women of the state organiza organization
tion organization of the U. D. C. A few of our
organizations are not opposed to Sis Sister
ter Sister Esther Carlotta except that they
oppose anyone holding office longer
than one year; these have been fair
and square and have not been act actuated
uated actuated tby "envy";, these are weil
tnown and loved by all. The others
are also well known, as is also the
cause of their antagonism.
It is a mystery to me how women
calling themselves Christians can
conspire 'together to persecute one
woman. It is something I cannot un understand.
derstand. understand. Every year .beginning at
the Ocala convention they put
forth the statement 'in some paper
(paid ads, some of them) rthat Sister
Esther Carlotta is not of the diocese
ot Florida. She does not claim to be
She can well claim that she Is loyal
to the church and the diocese, for
any woman doing the Christian work
that she does is loyal to every
church, Episcopal or otherwise.
Tie most glowing tribute I ever WILL PLANT FISH
heard paid to any woman was "paid
Sister Esther Carlotta at the Live
whole lump."- This opposition to
Sister Esther Carlotta started with
one or it wo women who (by degrees
drew others into the strife and used
them to further the war. They have
injured themselves more than they
have Sister Esther Carlotta, and they
are decidedly In the minority. The
majority of the U. D. C. In the state
are friends of Sister Esther Carlotta;
as is shown iby her re-election each
year by an overwhelming majority.
A Member of iMartha Reid Chapter,
U. D. C.
THE BUXCH BOND ORDINANCE
One of Florida's best publications
is the Ocala Star, which Is constant
ly doing constructive work. Ocala
has two most creditable daily news
papers, which reflect the iprosperity
of 'Marion county, which is one of the
most prosperous in the South. Frank
'Harris, noted for his trenchant pen.
, " ;r& c v CUJ lie buildings and .parks at the cost of
min or lit. R. Carroll, who are gifted j.$50,000, and the other improve-
the Self-Thinking Vetera'-' of
"What I may say in this article Is
confined exclusively to the bond is issue
sue issue to :be held October 27th, as all
objections urged do not apply to the
bond election to be held on the fol
The bunch bond ordinance provid
es for a lump issue of $305,000 to be
applied a3 follows: Sewers, $100, $100,-000;
000; $100,-000; paving streets, $100,000; pub public
lic public buildings and parks, $50,000;
improving waterworks and construc;-
ing ice plant, $55,000.
The principal reasons which will
induce me to vote against this pro
posed bond issue, are as follows:
The voter is allowed no discretion;
He must take all of the proposed im improvements
provements improvements or nothing. (If he favors
sewerage and opposes the municipal
ice plant, or either of the other
projects, he Is denied the privilege
of expressing a desire for one or
more, and his opposition to the
other. The ordinance could have
been easily framed so as to have per
mitted a vote at the same election,
and without additional expense, on
each proposition separately, and thus
allow each project to stand or fall
when measured by its own merits
For some unexplained reason this
course was not pursued, although the
matter was specifically called to the
attention of the law-making ibody of
the city, and the correction, if desir
ed, could have beeen easily made.
In effect, the reply to the voters'
demand for sewerage is: "You shal
not have it, unless you also take puo-
writers and gallant fighters where
'Florida's interests are at stake. The
Ocala papers form a valuable asset
to Florida journalism. Dixie.
The Star appreciates Dixie's com compliment.
pliment. compliment. Carroll and Benjamin work
for itheir county and advocate what
they believe .right to the extent of
their ability, but they do not con consider
sider consider themselves gifted (writers, nor
the equals of the Xestor of the Flor Florida
ida Florida press, whose philosophical and
logical articles are not excelled anywhere.
IN LAKE WEIR
and &Iethodist minister. Rev. W. G.
Fletcher of St. Augustine. His re--jniarks
did not appear in the printed
minutes owing to the extreme modes modes-4y
4y modes-4y of Sister Esther Carlotta, but the
report or uurs. irans ixne men presi-
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. m irri t irvr w i r iirm in l -f r i j t i i r i
MiUil uj. xi lilt 'iuuiuiit vuaui,
Oak convention by that godly man Result of Oood Work by Congress
man Clarke and Secretary Rooney
Washington, Oct. 7.
'Hon. .Frank Clark, House of Repre Representatives:
sentatives: Representatives: Dear Sir: -The receipt is acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged of your letter of October 3,
Augustine) is in the minutes, being transmitting three applications in
. -. i th n n-m o nf ITTon T TV "R r.rnv pr-
jinyone wishing to do justice to .Sis- retary of the Board of Trade at
ter Esther Carlotta, but none are so caIa 'Florida, requesting that "black
: blind as those who will not see. ibass and sunfish be planted In iLake
The report came from Sister's own Weir In .Marion county, Florida. As
chiier, her own town, .and shows stated in the Bureau's letter to you
wllal those who know her best think f September IS, the matter will be
of her. The antagonistic women given spmai aueuuuu wim u view iu us a jull, complete ana adequate ice
have even questioned Sister Esther -furnishing liberal consignments of plant, -under individual 'ownership,
Carlotta's eligibility as a Daughter of the species requested, the shipment now in active operation, rendering
the Confederacy; they have written go forward possibly in less than efficient and adequate service to the
here and there about it when all they sIxtv days- 0Ir- 'Rooney will be noti- public at moderate and reasonable
bad to do was to write to the war lfied ln advance in order that he may prices when compared with prices
(be prepared to receive and care for nrevailine In near or contiguous
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I have seen .her papers and many the fish. Very truly yours, territory. :
others have seen them, and they are H- M. Smith, Commissioner. Entirely regardless of the question
absolutely correct. She has a better of policy, no one, so. far as I have
claim to Ibe a Daughter of the Con- APPROVED BY THE U. S. heard, has yet pointed out any neces-
federacy than some of those who DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE sity f or the expenditure of thousands
question-lier right. They also ques- of dollars in the construction of an
tion Sister's Tight to the name "Sis- Best Possible Testimony to Efficiency additional or municipal Ice plant. Yet
keep themselves in constant touch with the inner workings of
the bank and, having the interests of the community at heart,
have always contributed to the promotion of every worthy en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. .-v.
We respectfully invite you to call and talk over your busi business
ness business needs with us.
ments we have tendered you under
To the demand for an extension
and improvement of the water works
system, the answer in effect is: "We
refuse to give you any relief in that
direction unless you also take a mu
nlcipal ice plant at the cost of con construction
struction construction within the limit of $55,000,
and all the other projects contem
plated under the ordinance."
And so It Is as to each project, the
voter must take all or nothing.
I am a firm believer Jn an old time
doctrine that the city -except in
those matters relating to public util utilities
ities utilities should never engage in Indus Indus-trial
trial Indus-trial enterprises requiring no fran franchise
chise franchise from the city, and which are
open to the individual citizen. On
the contrary every reasonable en encouragement
couragement encouragement should 'be offered and
extended to induce the Individual cit citizen,
izen, citizen, In a corporate capacity or other other-jwise,
jwise, other-jwise, to locate with us and establish
manufacturing- or other industrial
enterprises in our midst, thereby
bringing in new capital, providing
additional employment, and adding
greatly to the taxable values of our
city. Fortunately this policy of en encouragement
couragement encouragement has already secured for
ter of the (Resurrection." Some of us
do not care when, wh'ere, or before
whom her obligations were, taken,
nor whether she took them at all as
that has nothing to do with U. D. C.
work, for we are non-sectarian.
Neither do we care whether her
vows were taken before a bishop,
minister or mother superior. She i3
doing a Christian -work and we know
sne is true to any vows she may have
taken; whethers the Sisters of the
Resurrection as an organization
' technically exists or not, she exists exists-and
and exists-and is doing the work of righteous righteousness.
ness. righteousness. We judge her by her works.
A society name exists as long as one
of the Florida Vegetable
the voter who conscientiously oppos
es this, is criticised and iheralded as
a pessimist a reactionary ( what-
Secretary Rooney this morning re- ever that term may mean), and ob-
ceived the following: I structionist and an enemy to the
iDepartment of Agriculture, city's progress and development.
Washington, T. C. Will some progressive., ontimistic
Oct". 7, 1914. boomer please give some good sub-
IMr. J. D. CRooney, Secretary Clarion Utantial reason swhy none of these
County Board of Trade, Ocala, contemplated improvements shall
Florida. be made unless the city goes into the
Dear Sir: Your letter of Septem- ice business in competition with the
iber 30th, enclosing an outline of thehndividual citizen? Are these public
plan of organization of the Florida improvements of so little importance,
Vegetable .Marketing -Bureau, has and so little needed, that they can be
(been received. I made to depend upon whether or not
You have certainly adopted high the city will go into the Ice business?
I "1 T . I t m x L. .
member of it lives at least two stanaaras in your siogau. a-uuuujjf.Mi so, tney can wen wait a more op-
other sisterhoods in the Episcopal Careful Picking, Honest Pack, Stand-1 portune time. Entirely aside from
church existed for years 'with only ard "Package and Proper Distribu- any legal questions presented, this
one sister and until the death of tion," and the efforts of your bureau, feature of the ordinance, if standing
that one. aucimpii&ix iucso pui 1 an-
As to the habit she wears, we live worthy of the highest commendation,
in free America, where no law com- 'Under careful and competent man man-pels
pels man-pels one to dress to suit others, and agement and with 'the earnest sup sup-the
the sup-the habit is in keeping with the work port of the groweis you may hope to
she does. There was no objection do much to improve local conditions
made .to her habit when she was first and give to the consumers the class
elected our president; why should of products they desire, to the direct
t-o iio sh- has madP t.hp ibt hDenent or aii concerneu.
president we ever had regardless of
the habit she wears.
Under all this bitter persecution
Sister Esther Carlotta has kept calm
and serene, knowing how unjust
Very truly yours,
Carl Vrooman, Acting Sec'y.
Light your automobile with elec-
their statements were and knowing trie lights. For particulars write
,.ioTtns in thp. risrht. sh has said not Box 1075. Tanma. Fla. 10--30td
one unkind word against her persecu
tors, but has exhibited true Chris- 'Miss iMmnie Gamsby will give a
tian fortitude and bears no malice, limited number of pupils lessons in
thn, showing the vast gulf between singing. Special attention to correct
,r nd them. voice production.
A little leaven leaveneth
the Apply 814 Fort King ave.
alone, would induce me to vote
against the lump bond issue. As
view it a 'matter of principle in which
1 firmly believe, is involved, and
would oppose a municipal ice
plant, under existing circumstances,
even if I felt that its establishment
would result in free ice to the con
suming pu'blic. If it be permissible,
and if it Hbe good (policy for the city
rto engage generally in ordinary in
dustrial enterprises, why not issue
bonds for a municipal canning fac
tory, as it is claimed a canning fac
tory is much needed here, and the
field is entirely open without loca
competition. It is folly to say that
a municipal ice plant in a field al
ready adequately supplied, ; would
not injure and tend to destroy an es
tablished plant of a like character
The average citizen, everything be-
the municipal plant, as he would
ing equal, would naturally patronize
know that any loss incident to its
operation would have to be made up
in the form of general taxation
against property within, the corporate
limits. The city's planl would be
free from municipal license and prop property
erty property tax, while the individual plant
would be subjected to such taxation
as the city might see proper to im impose
pose impose within the limits of confiscation,
uch policy is, in my opinion, wholly
indefensible and at variance with
right and justice.
Third: Improvement of Water Works
Some time ago, by vote of the peo people,
ple, people, a bond issue of $100,000 was
authorized for water works purpos purposes;
es; purposes; only $45,000 of these bonds
have been negotiated and used for
the purchase of the present plant,
thus leaving $55,000 yet available for
further improvements 'under the pro provisions
visions provisions of the water works ordinance.
After authorizing the expenditure of
$45,000 in the purchase of the plant,
section 15 of the ordinance provides:
"The remainder of said $100,000 is issue
sue issue shall be held by said bond trus trustees
tees trustees without sale -untirthe further in instructions
structions instructions of the city of Ocala by or ordinance."
dinance." ordinance." Why could not the remaind remainder
er remainder of these $100,000, to-wit: $55,000
be made available if 'now actually
needed by the passage of suitable or
dinance in pursuance of the above
quoted provision of the old ordi ordinance?
nance? ordinance? It is true that the water
works ordinance referred to does
say that, "said bonds shall be applied
to no other purpose or use than the
tbuying and equipping or constructing
and equfpping of water works for the
City off Ocala," and no part of the
funds could me lawfully used for
a municipal ice plant. If the present
proposed bond issue sTiould carry we
would then have an additional $55, $55,-000
000 $55,-000 for water works and ice plant;
if the proposed ibond issue should be
defeated, we would have no ice plant,
but would still have, when the fbonds
heretofore authorized are negotiated,
the sum of $55,000, to be devoted
solely to the Improvement of the
water works. The necessity for a
new issue of foonds for water works
has not "been made apparent, and
even If the proposition ihad been sub submitted
mitted submitted to be voted on separately, and
it would 'be- time enough to provide
for further funds when the necessity
Is made more apparent.
Fourth: Street Paving
The public square, one folock in
each direction leading' off from the
square, and two of the other princi principal
pal principal thoroughfares in the business
and residential sections have already
been paved wth vitrified Ibrick, with
many obligations to the city on ac
count thereof still outstanding and
unpaid. There is no urgent or cry
ing demand from the property own
ers on any unpaved street that such
work should now proceed. 1 doubt
if there is a single street in the city
where the property owners for a dis
tance of as much as. six consecutive
blocks would unite In a petition to
the council at this time if or the pav paving
ing paving of such street, obliging them
selves to pay two-thirds of the cost
which the law requires.
Tax Payers will Pay Two-Thirds
There is a misapprehension on the
part, of some of the citizens in, con
nection with this bonding for paving
proposition, which should be correct corrected.
ed. corrected. If there is any one who thinks
this if the bonds are authorized, the
paving will be done entirely at the
city's expense, he is very much mis mistaken,
taken, mistaken, and he should at once disa
buse his mind of such an idea. Xo
such thing is permissible under the
law, and no such thing is contem
plated. For every dollar which the
city spends in the paving of unpaved
streets, the individual abutting prop property
erty property owners will be required to pay
$2. In other words, the law provid
es that the city shall pay one-third,
(WKEir You- XlAiiT
THAT'S ALL WE AVAXT FOll YOU TO 31EIIELY COME TO
OUK STORE AXD SEE. YOU WILL FIND WHAT YOU WAXT
IX HARDWARE. THE PRICE YOU WILL FIXJ) LOW WIIi:X
YOU BUY; THE QUALITY YOU WILL FIND HIGH WIICN YOU
THIS IS XllT MAKES SATISFIED CUSTODIERS FOR
AXD BUILDS OUR BUSINESS BIGGER.
REMEMBER OUR HARDWARE STANDS HARD WEAR.
I -MARION IAPJWAB
I Phone 118,
I OCALA, f:
!WIIWII,MlillllilMltMIIWIIIMMWWIIIIIWMMM "" IM'" HI 1 .,ton-w;..
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EVERY WOMAN LIKES TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL THINGS ON
HER DRESSING TABLE, THEY ADD TO THE LUXURY OF LIV LIVING
ING LIVING AND ARE CONVENIENT AND USEFUL. COME, SEE OUR
FINE GOODS. SILVER MOUNTED HAND MIRRORS, COMBS AND
BRUSHES, MANICURE SE TS, PO WDER BOXES, AND JE XfEL
CASES. LITTLE FANCY CLOCKS, PICTURE FRAMES, CUT
GLASS BOTTLES FOR PERFUME AND TOILET WATERS AND
OTHER JVEUESSl I xiic f UK xu V.jx x un. j um. .o w kjk
OR SWEETHEART SOMETHING PRETTY AND USEFUL. OUR
PRICES. ARE NEVER MORE THAN THE GOODS ARE WORTH.
A. E. BURNETT
and abutting property owners the
other two-thirds, which two-thirds
Is secured by a lien equivalent to a
mortgage against such abutting
property, which lien is subject to
foreclosure, with the penalty of at attorney's
torney's attorney's fee3 and costs attached. If
(Concluded on Page Three)
f oTalPcrsoalio Pride
flimseli on Ois Appearccss-
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
i is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessky is Our Business,
k Dca!e steam iLsismniry
402-404 S. Main Street
xLa, irtAui KVIi-MJO STAH. SATUKDAY. OCTOBER. .10." 1014
Send Us Your
I 1 earns
t Jingles and
x Zinc Sheets.
Of All Kind.
AH Hard Woods.
Pumps for all
For I road Work at all
I have moved to the Burnett
Building on East ForfCIng Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepaid to do
all kinds of Furniture Rairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. BL, BOBBITT,
14 FORT KING AVENUE
The original grape nut Omar Khay
ram. Smnrt Set.
Prices Give You the Utmost in
Men's Suits $10.00 to $18.50
The question of what styles are best for you and
the boy to wear this FALL is answered for you here.
With the utmost care we selected the present assort assortments
ments assortments of suits with the idea of being able to supply you
with the very best qualities at the very fairest prices.
Styles are unquestionably correct and you'll find that
they are mighty becoming and desirable in every way.
! THE HUXCH BOX!) ORDINANCE
(Continued from Second P2ge)
the city pays ?10 for its part of the
,'pavin?, the abutting property own owners
ers owners will be required to pay $20. If
the city pays 1100,000 (the amount
of the bond issue), for its part, the
abutting property owners will be as assessed
sessed assessed 5-200,000. In addition to this
the city's one-third is ultimately
paid by taxes assessed against abut abut-I
I abut-I ting and all the other taxable
property in the city limits. It is not
'my purpose to minimize the advan
tages, usefulness and benefits of
; paved streets. They add much to the
j comfort, enjoyment and luxury of
, the public generally, and especially
j to automobile joy-riders. They are
1 expensive and should be constructed,
if financially, able, when and where
needed, provided the property own-
jers Immediately affected thereby,
jand who will .be required to pay the
greater part of the cost, are willing
j to incur such expense. OCo informa-
i tion Is, given as to what paving is
contemplated. It 'would 'be time to
provide a ibond issue for paving
when the streets to be paved are
designated, the cost approximated,
and the assent of at least a sitbstan-
more immediately affected thereby
shall have "been obtained. iBond3 can
then be voted and issued (for the re
quisite amount and no more. Any
pessimistic reactionary will cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully pay his prorata part of the
city's one-third whenever and where-
jever xne aDUtting property owners
j are ready to pay their two-thirds
and desire the 'work to proceed.
Fifth: Public Buildings and Parks
Expensive public buildings of ar architectural
chitectural architectural beauty and design, invit inviting"
ing" inviting" parks with winding cement
walks, all beautifuly ornamented
with shrubs,- flowers and playing
! fountains, are consummations de
voutly to be wished for, but can
these improvements take precedence
over the absolute necessities? Would
it not !be -wise to take up, deal with,
and provide necessities first? When
all of those are provided for in the
order of their importance, useful usefulness
ness usefulness and needs, let us then look after
ornamental and beautiful if our re resources
sources resources are not exhausted.
This is an important matter, and
it occurs to me should be settled in
advance of some other contemplated
$1.50 to $11.00
Come in ToDay
: Why not come in today and get a FALL suit for
yourself and the boy? Prompt, efficient serviceollar
values, dependable qualities, perfect styles and large
satisfactory assortments of suits that are really good
for men Bnd boys to wearthat's what you'll find here
Pretty good place to come for suits isn't it?
Nearly 1000 pairs of boys pants to select from
40c tto $3.00
:f IR A M-CC 9S
improvements. If streets are laid
before pipes are laid, water mains
extended and sewers constructed,
then great additional expense would
; be necessarily incurred in tearing up
jthe paved streets, and the material
! could never ;be replaced In as good
! condition as before. If there has
j been any definite plan or system of
'sewerage decided upon, suitable,
practicable, and well adapted to the
purposes intended, with an approxi approximation
mation approximation of costs, the "matter has not
i'oeen made public, so far as I know.
tMany competent to judge seem to
think that the system now in use
for the last quarter of a century is
better than any other that can be de devised
vised devised to meet the natural conditions
and surroundings; Tepeated investi investigations
gations investigations have "been made and no
harmful results of any character
have been revealed, or even suggest suggested.
ed. suggested. Observation and experience
have always been relied upon as saf safer
er safer teachers than mere theory. Let
us 'feel reasonably assured before in incurring
curring incurring a heavy expense that any
substitute system will be safer and
an improvement over the existing
system. It is contended ihowever,
that the present system Is "unlawful
under chapter 644 3 of the laws of
iFIorida, acts of 1913. This .act Is of
very doubtful construction. While
the second section standing alone
prohibits discharge of sewage into
underground waters within the cor corporate
porate corporate limits of any. city or town, or
within five miles thereor, the fifth
section of the act also provides that
such discharge of sewage shall be
discontinued "within ten days after
having been so ordered by the State
iBoard of iHealth." Taking the en entire
tire entire act into consideration and con construing
struing construing it as a whole which is the
only proper method of interpretation
the courts .would probably con construe
strue construe it to 'mean that any existing
system of -underground sewerage
would not offend against the law un until
til until the order for discontinuance shall
have been given. I cannot conceive
of such an order being made by the
State Board of 'Health until some
better system has been devised and
put into effect. The city is without
funds to provide for any other (feas (feasible
ible (feasible method. The voter is denied
the right to vote separately upon
bonds for sewerage. He cannot get
a different system of sewerage now
unless he takes with it a municipal
ice plant, and all the other contem
plated improvements. -Responsibili
ty therefore does not rest with the
voter. The council evidently does
not consider the question of sewer-
Jage at all urgent, 'for otherwise they
. 1J 1 r 1 I m
wwuiu nave proviuea means oi ob
taining it based upon its awn merits
and necessities, without handicap handicapping
ping handicapping the preposition with insur insurmountable
mountable insurmountable obstacles.
Seventh : Generally
In this article I have not attempt attempted
ed attempted to deal with any legal features
involved in the passage and "submis "submission,
sion, "submission, or the subject matter of the or ordinance,
dinance, ordinance, but have only given my
views from the standpoint of ex expediency
pediency expediency and policy.
I am informed that the city is so
heavily indebted that it became ne
cessary for the council, ostensibly
acting a3 a board of equalization, to
more than "double the valuation of
taxable property as made by the city
assessor, in order to provide for
this bunch bond issue, and bring the
outstanding and contemplated In Indebtedness
debtedness Indebtedness within the 20 limit im imposed
posed imposed by the city charter act. I will
notdwell upon this feature of in indebtedness,
debtedness, indebtedness, but bope some one better
qualified will publish a statement as
to the outstanding indebtedness as
evidenced by bonds, scrip, warrants,
loans, bills payable and otherwise.
(Much more might be said on this
(fruitful subject, bvt I am admonish admonished
ed admonished that this article is already too
long to ask for its publication, and
if turned down I cannot justly complain-In
conclusion permit me to say
that if this bond Issue is defeated at
the polls, any urgent needed im
provement need not be long post
poned, as a new ordinance confined
to such matters as may be most
needed can be passed and voted upon
within sixty days, ilf the powers that
be, should feel so disposed.
If the -views I have freely and can candidly
didly candidly expressed classes me and oth
ers who think likewise as moss moss-backs
backs moss-backs -reactionary, pessimistic kick kickers
ers kickers and as knocking croaking ob
structionists, then we will submit
complacently to the degradation, re
gretting that we cannot enjoy that
good feeling so loudly proclaimed by
those who are pleased to character
ize themselvesas progressive opti
mistic boomers. Some of the ad
vocates of the bond issue are fond. of
applying those terms to those who
oppose or favor the bond issue as
the case may be. It will not how
ever, deter any man who thinks for
himself from voting as his con
science and judgment may dictate.
v (R. A. Burford.
OCALA FRATERIIAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNX MASONIC LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Dodge No. 19. F. &
A. M.t meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M;
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in i'onge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extended to visiting.
brethren. J. Benjamin, N. G.
Wi L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 d. m.. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial -welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort Kins fJamn Tn. U mprfs at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
Second and fnnrth FVIrlnv Vi si tine
sovereigns are always -welcome.
r j. ,:uraen, v. u.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OP MOOSE
W V y 'V-r f
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n.
TTl !-tt-X 1 xi i
waiting urexnern always welcome w
the lodze and Huh hmie nn Mag
nolia street, near postoffioe.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Tndorp. Fratpmal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad
OCALA "LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and PrntPHvo nrrfor nf FlTrs meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-
ings in each month, visiting Dretn Dretn-ren
ren Dretn-ren always welcome. Club house
uppusite posiomce, easi siae.
JLavia s. vviuiams, Jtt.
L. W. Harley. Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
- Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. 'M on the
fourth FTiday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
JO IXT SUXDAY SCIIOOIj
The following is the program of
the S-unday school institute to be
held at the Olethodist church, Ocala,
Oct. ,11, 12 and 13. Possibly some
of the Sunday school workers -will be
here Sunday,- hut the regular (busi (business
ness (business of the institute will not begin
Monday Morning Session
9 a. m. Devotional.
9:30 a. m. iEnrollment of dele
gates and appointment of commit committees.
tees. committees. 10 a. m. "The Ideal 'Christian
Brotherhood," by Qllss Kilpatrick,
field secretary of the North fSIissIssip-
10:30 a: m. ''The City Sunday
School and Its Problems," .by J. -M.
Way, field secretary of. the South
11 a. -m. Shake hands and get ac
11:15 a. in. "Rural Sunday
Schools," by C. W. White, field sec
retary of the 'Florida conference.
1.1:45 a. to. Round table, con
ducted iby (Miss Kilpatrick.
12:15 p. m. (Adjournment for
2:30 p. m. Devotional.
3 p. m. "A Plea for Graded Les Lessons,"
sons," Lessons," by J. M. Way.
3:30 p. im. "A Sunday School
Program," by C. W. White.
4 ip. to. One minute reports from
delegates on standard of efficiency.
4:30 p m. -"The Great Motive
Personal (Evangelism," 'by Miss Kil Kilpatrick.
patrick. Kilpatrick. 5 p. m. Adjournment.
7:30 p. m. "Wesley Class Feder Federation,"
ation," Federation," by J. M. Way.
"Wesley Class Activities," toy (Miss
Second Day Morning Session
9 a. in. Devotional. ;
9:30 a. m. "The Big Boy," by
C. W. White.
10 a, to. "The Teen-age Girl,"
by Qllss Kilpatrick.
10:30 a. to. "Successful Teach Teaching,"
ing," Teaching," by J. ai; Way.
11 a. to. Everybody's half-hour.
Write questions and. hand in, by C,
11:30 a. m. Round table on sup superintendents
erintendents superintendents problems, by J. M. Way.
2:30 p. m. Devotional.
3 p. to. 'Sunday School Days,"
by C. W. White.
3:30 p. to. "Elementary Divis
ion," by Miss KMpatrick.
4 p. m. -"Trained Leaders," by J.
7:30 p. m. Devotional.
8 p. to. Everybody's half hours.
"What I have received to carry
home with me."
8:30 p; to. Address by Rev. O. S.
Roberts, chairman of the Sunday
Report of committees.
Awarding banner to the sucssful
Adoption of a slogan.
A banner will (be given In each
district to the Sunday school mak making
ing making the best record on the standard
ArPIAr SLOAN'S FREEIiY FOR
Your attacks of lumbago are not
nearly so hopeless as they seem.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
"Liniment on the 'back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, whic1!
penetrates quickly all in thru the
sore tender mxiscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of -Sloan's Liniment for 23
cents of any -druggist and have it In
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money 'back if not satisfied, 'but It
does give almost instant relief
Whale's Thick Hide.
The whale has the thickest hide of
any living creature. Its hide In places
attain? a tb!rVT"'f fully two feet.
Larpenter cod Builder
Careful Estimates made cn all. Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
?ontr?.ctor in the city.
zzJ Li V u
Too U.uzh for Him.
A colored porter for a local dru:!:t
was told to go to another -pharmacy to
get some cimclfjgo rasismoses. He
stood,. open-mouthed, and gazed at his
"boss," then asked: "Ain't thar cny
other name for dat?
The Sources cf Dh
J,-:'. Cleaned and Bio
Those who hare used S.' S. f. marvel
ct the way It checks blcctt diseases. Seo
a man today with his skin all broken out "5
see him again In a week cr two after uslnj;
S. S S. au4 he la a. wonder to tthold, all
cleared ur, skin healthy, eyes bright, a bis
sraile replaces the Crocp. What Is S. S. B.
that can accomplish each wonderful re results?
sults? results? First of all It Is a natural medi medicine.
cine. medicine. I.II;c milk, ers ad other foods that
can not be imitated, S. S. ovrcs It to
Nature fcr its power to cvercotae disease
just as focd prevents cranclatlon. S. R. H
Is net a combination of I'rcccr'ptlon drus.
It Is a preparation direct from medicinal
plants that retains, all .the v'r!'.c roteney
cf what we i:eed, what we t::ust L-e la
the blood to counteract tliuse destructive
tendencies that assail us tLrcughout life.
If it were net fcr cur natural recrctircs to
sustain us, aided by uc!t known helps as
S. S. S. thrrc would be ar-a.l cLince ct
any of us survlvlus childUocd.
' Get a bottle cf 8. R. rt. ttday from acyr
druggist but be carfui to avoid t-e sub substitutes
stitutes substitutes ralmed off cn the r.nv;ary. S. S. Bi
Is prepared only by The Rwlxt Kpcciac Co...
r.i Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., and fcr pri-
rate medical adyice write briefly your
Tmptoms to their medical department.
ake excellent care of you.
t '" v --
Merchants Uincrs Trans Co.
f JpK SO Wj. IliL-E;
WAS H i N 3TOW:-1::S
Vew Steamers. Low Fares. Bcs
-tervice Wireless telegraph on all
ueamers. Through fares and tickets
to all, Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
'H. C. AVERY. Agent,
ML A!ryf N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chen Chen-pell
pell Chen-pell of this town, says: "I suffered lor
five years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind cf nedicin
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. 1
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the ether medicines 1 had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking ms vhy I
looked to well, and I told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it"
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, cideache, cideache,-sleeplessness,
sleeplessness, cideache,-sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
If so, let U3 urge yen to give Cardui s
trial. We feel confident it will help ycu,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day. Ycu
wonft regret it AU druggists.
Write t: -Chattanooffa Medina Co., La:.:j
Advisory Dept., Chattanooga. Tenn., for S?ei&3
Instructions on ycurc&st and Ci4-pat book. "lie-1
Treatmeu for Vcmea." ia pin wrapper. K.C is l
nrE OCALA-EVETTKG-QTAR. SATURDAY OCTOBER 10, 1914
1 if M i.4iri.. .-.1 1
Is one of several excellent students
which Prof, m'-oi-kman has sent to
.Stetson. Sieion- notes in -Times-
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
Ill j ' 4' ss
(If you have any items for thl3 department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
If we would only open our eyes to
our duties and see what needs doing,
this little world would not interfere
so much" with our happiness.
The magnificent new Woman's
Club building is in all readiness and
on Thursday, Oct. 29th, the members
will give a reception and house
warming to which all friends, both
ladies and gentlemen, who are in
sympathy and accord with their
work will .be invited. The reception
will continue through the afternoon
and evening that all may have an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to go and inspect and en enjoy
joy enjoy the hospitality of the club ladies
In their "new liome.' On the after afternoon
noon afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 31, there will
be held the first official club recep
tion to members only. This affair 13
tablished annual custom as a special
compliment to all new menrbers; of
which there are tforty-flve this sea
son. The musical program for the
afternoon will be In charge of (Miss
'.."Mrs." John Mathews is the week week-end
end week-end guest of her husband's parents,
Air. and (Mrs. C. H. Mathews and
"family, coming up yesterday after after-moon
moon after-moon from her home at Candler.
, TThe band concert last night was
one of the most delightful of any
this season, and a large and appre appreciative
ciative appreciative crowd was on hand to listen
to the Inspiring music.
JMrs. M. Little, state organizer
for the fEpworth League "left this
afternoon for Crystal River to re remain
main remain over Sunday with the newly, or organized
ganized organized Epworth League of that
?"VU- tne regular meeting of the U.
"I. C. 'held yesterday afternoon, the
following -delegates to the state con convention
vention convention to be held in Kissimmee in
November were elected: 'Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, Mrs. R. G. Blake, Mrs, B.
IX Blackburn, Mrs. Slstrunk $ and
Miss Josie Williams; to the general
convention to be held one week later
in Savannah, IMrs. D. EJ. CM elver, Mrs.
E. M. iHoward, IMrs. E. L. Carney and
?MIss Annie Atkinson. Tnere will be
a call meeting next Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon for the annual election of local
Miss Elizabeth- Mays, principal of
the Dunnellon high school, came to
Ocala yesterday afternoon to enjoy
the band concert last evening and to
be In attendance upon the teachers
meeting that was held this morning
in PTof. IBrinson's office. (Miss QIays
returned to her 'home this afternoon.
She was a guest at the Ocala House
while inthe city.
Irs. J. A. (Walters has as hi
"snest for the winter her nephew, Mr
fAf n r o-1 iron n n rrfrA r rc fr o n KJlavton Wicker, of Coleman, who 1
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jnere especially to attend tneAeaia
A Misses Elolse and Katherine Hen Hen-ry,'
ry,' Hen-ry,' who are attending school in this
city and are making their home dur
ing the week with their aunt, Mrs.
'N. -Garrett and family, are spending
the week-end with their parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Henry at Lake Weir.
Mrs. J. P. Pillans and children are
spending the week-end with Mrs.
Pillans' parents, (Mr. and Mrs J. L.
Smith at Berlin.
Mrs. G. K. Williams and daughter,
Miss Edith Williams, will return
home 'Monday from a month's de delightful
lightful delightful outing at North Lake Weir.
There will be no meeting of the
Methodist sewing circle Monday aft
ernoon on account or tne sunaay
school institute meeting which will
be in session then. The institute
will convene at the Methodist church
01is3 Mary Sheppard of Old Town,
graduate of thOcabt high schoolj
nder Prof. J. H. Wrtfkinan,is regis-
tared for the classical course icuthe
mmJL osi-j iff
WE ALSO PRICE OUR READV-TO-WEAR GAR GARMENTS
MENTS GARMENTS RIGHT, TOO. WE DO NOT MARK THEM OP
TO MARK THEM DOWN, BUT MARK THEM DOWN DOWNRIGHT
RIGHT DOWNRIGHT LOW IN THE BEGINNING SO THEV WILL
SELL FAST AND MAKE CUSTOMERS FOR US.
SEE OUR SUITS AND YOU WILL BUY THEM.
WEAR THEM AND YOU WILL LIKE THEM AND
SEND YOUR '.FRIENDS TO US.
DONXFAILTO CALL AT ONCE AND INSPECT
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AND UP-TO-DATE LINE OF
LADIESV AND MISSES COAT SUITS. CLOAKS,
SKIRTS AND WAISTS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES.
WEAUES AND COLORS. THESE GOODS WERE
BOUGHT RIGHT. :THE STYLES ARE RIGHT, AND
THE PRICES AREAS LOW AS POSSIBLE.
ALSO GREAT UARIETY CHILDREN'S CLOAKS.
J J. V. P. U. Pcund Party
Mr. and fMrs. A. J. Brigance enter entertained
tained entertained last evening in compliment to
the members of the B. Y. P. U. at
their home on Avery street. Mr.
and Mrs. Brigance were assisted in
receiving by iRev. and Mrs. (Bunyan
Stephens and Mr. Harry Cole, presi president
dent president of the B. Y. P. U. While the
guests were assembling fruit punch
was served, after which a series of
clever contests were enjoyed. At
the conclusion of the entertainment
the hostess distributed the boxes of
lunch that had been brought iby each
member and partners were chosen
for- "supper" and a feast of good
things was enjoyed. The guests upon
this occasion were 'Misses 'Dora Tur Tur-nipseed,
nipseed, Tur-nipseed, Lottie Morrison, Jennie
Heeffe, 'Mary Lou Luckie, Claudia
O'lXeal, Irma (Brigance, Bonnie Pur Purvis,
vis, Purvis, Mrs. (Annie Aiken, Mrs. W. T.
Stroman, Mrs. G. W. Cleveland, Mrs.
D. W. Price, Miss Fanny Rowley,
Lillie Marsh, Eunice Marsh, Stella
Cleveland, Mary Landers, "Eunice and
Louise iRawls, Garnetta iBose, Ola
iSimms, Annie Morrison, Cora Bell
Floyd, iMary Gates, .Mrs. R. L, Car Carter,
ter, Carter, IMrs. Calvin 'West, Mrs.Rawls,
IMrs. !H. L. Cubberly, IMessrs. O. R.
Rivers, Charles Willis, Carol 31a 31a-lock,
lock, 31a-lock, S. C. iHickel, Jr., Sandy Brown,
T. A. Pollen, W. S. Hood, L. IL. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Charlie Rilea, Frank Gates,
Boyd Akins, 'Xiel Ferguson, Carol
Frazer, Calvin West, D. W. Price,
Kennett Stroman and blasters J. C.
West and -McClure Stephens.
Palatka Item, Oct. S: The 'beauti 'beautiful
ful 'beautiful home of (Mr. and Airs. F. E. Bug Bug-bee
bee Bug-bee at Hastings was filled to over overflowing
flowing overflowing yesterday afternoon iwith an
assemblage of interested friends, and
relatives to witness the marriage of
Miss iMay Louise Bugbee to Donald
Barstow of Palatka. The "bridal
party formed a charming picture as
the iRev. H. Stratford cadeng, of the
Hastings Methodist church, perform performed
ed performed the ceremony. The bride's wed-
ding gown was exquisitely fashioned
of wrhite satin writh a silver emfbroid emfbroid-ered
ered emfbroid-ered overdress, and falling over the
ibridal robe was a veil of real lace ar
ranged In cap effect over the head
and held with a wealth of orange
blossoms. Her ibouquet was( ibrldes
roses and lillles of the Talley.J ''
After the ceremony, a reception
was tendered the young people, re refreshments
freshments refreshments of green 1 and white ice
cream leing served. Immediately
after the reception the young couple
imade their escape in an automobile
to St. Augustine, where they will
spend two weeks ibefore returning to
Palatka, where Mr. (Barstow has furr
nished a beautifu"l home on -iRlver
S 1Tt and !fro r'jhaet W (ATofliCkw
will move to Candler next week to
make their home. Mr; Mathews will
also move his cigar (business to that
place, t MjJdhn Mathers and Mrs.
Ceorge YanceV,Jmre thought the P.
H. Nugent grove aa Candler; and Mr.
and Mrs. tMathewswill move on the
place and look after It. The Math
ews family have beenV residents of
Ocala and amoffg our best citizens
for years. We shall miss them
greatly, ftoit are glad they are no
novlag further "away.
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vMIss-uth Blowejrjjiasnreturned to
this city, Jitter spending several
months in Ocala.St. Petersburg
. (Biscuit Flour)
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raw r jihrA 'ktmM uatt uLl
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From this selection ve think we can ::;lve you. just
what your particular taste and wants
is the best that has come to our knovlei
far. -Each kind
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New Shipment of Fresh Stock just received.
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AT THE CHURCHES TOMOIUIOW
Mr. and Qlrs. J. A.. Qloteland of
White Creek, X. Y.f are guests of the
Harrington. IMrs. Moteland is the
daughter of our esteemed fellow cit
izen, Mr. C. G. Frazier, and is pleas
antly remembered in Ocala, where
she was a schoolgirl eighteen" years
Mrs. E. W. Davis, after a pleasant
visit to Ocala friends, has returned
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Mr. W. H. AVilson of Atlanta Is in
the city on a visit to his family.
air. and Mrs. J. M. McDonald have
gone to feantord to reside tempor
m- m m
ine many friends of Mrs. A. T.
Thomas will regret to learn that she
is suffering from the effects of poison
oak on one of her arms.
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Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. and 7:30 o. m.
Some of the special Sunday school
workers may be with us today.
The Sunday School Institute -will
begin Mqnday at 9 a. m.
All are cordially Invited to all the
East Broadway Church
Roy B. tBowers, Pastor.
10 a. m. -Sunday school.'
11 a. m. Sermon:, The Practical
e of the Religion of Jesus.
;i7:30 -p. m.-rSer.mon:'', "The Great
Tfemiptation.' Brst of a series of
sermons on tne temptation, oi jesusr
the meaning of the temptations to
Jesus and their relation to the com-
anon temptations of mankind, the
forces to he .comlaatted, arid the pow power
er power of resistance. Designed to help
the auditors in the great struggles
Men's Class of Religious Investiga
tion: Or. W. T. iWeaver, chairman;
Roy B. Sowers, teacher. Meeting at
East Broadway church 10 a. m. every
Sunday: "The Life and Teachings of
Jesus," by Kent, chapter VII.
(Pastor, .Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. -Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7:30 p.m. -Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to
the public and all strangers in the
North Ocala Sunday School
There will be Sunday school in the
North Ocala Union church every
Sunday at 3 o'clock p. m.
The superintendent desires the
hearty cooperation of all the church churches
es churches represented.. We are commanded
to hold up the work, therefore, I en entreat
treat entreat you to come over and help us.
Rev. J. M. Gross will preach at
TV. II. McConn.
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our line of stationery before
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Purity in drugs is everything, Bit Bitting
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A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for C2.C3
18 inchs, in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
Cash on Delivery.
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a ae!icate piece of machinery, it
ii woman s prgamsm 13 a
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requires more than ordinary care and attention.
There are many cia which pointtodi3order,sucha3he'icIaches,unaccoT3nt pointtodi3order,sucha3he'icIaches,unaccoT3nt-able
able pointtodi3order,sucha3he'icIaches,unaccoT3nt-able pina in various parts of the body, listlessness, nervousness, irritableness,
dizziness, faintness, LackacLe, los3 of appetite, depression, and many others.
Dr. Pierce V Favorite Prescription
has Deen the means of restoring thousands of suffering women to natural health
and strength. For more than forty years it has been successfully carrying on
this rjreat Tvork. Today it is known throughout the length and breadth of every
land. V omen everywhere look upon it cs a helpful friend. Let it aid you.
Sold in liotzid or tablet form by drwzitte, or trial box mailed
you for SO cent from Dr. Pierce' Dicpeneary, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets rju kite Stomach, Liver and Dowels
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on any I of the Company's
August 22d to October 17th, inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to "sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
EL Go WENZEL9 :
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, V JacksonvtUe, Florida.
Ctooice selected, per gallon $1.25
iioiee selected, ner barrel, 2.00
"OURS are BETTER"
We ship in Sealed Tins) j
We solicit your orders.
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Crystal River, Fla.
H7E have just added to our business, a large
and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES "and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goods are of the very newest rubber
and fabric, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We sell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
OCALA GAS EMGIME WORKS,
"The Buick Agency."
The Management ol DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surflical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square,- entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and trill be Run
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
illT THE Mflffill PUT IIP A t
FIGHT -JUUII1ST- THE
FIXE WEATHER IX FIMA'.
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. 11 a. m.
The sun is shining brightly and the
Indications are for a clear and warm
BETTIXG TWO TO FIVE OX BOS-
Philadelphia, Oct. 10. (fXoon)
iarK ciouas Dortena a ao wmour oi
rain and prevention of the game this
Wagers are -being laid today five
to four that the Boston jBraves will
win the series, and the same odds
are offered that, they will take to
day's game. f
OXE TO NOTHING IN FAVOR OF
Philadelphia, pet. 10. The game
resulted in the score of one to noth
ing in favor of Boston. 'Following
is the score by innings: ;
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 7 1
Phila ......0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1
Batteries: Boston, James and dow dowdy;
dy; dowdy; Philadelphia, Plank and1 Schang,
Umpires, Dinneen, Klein, Byron
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The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders Board manufactur manufactured
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For samples, prices, etc., call or write
RECEIVING THE RETURNS
A good many were at the Temple
Theater yesterday to hea the re returns
turns returns as read (by Mr. J. J. Gerig from
the stage; but the crowd might have
'been larger. The patriots who are
trying to help the iball team had to
go down in their jeans to supply a
deficiency. The attendance is also
slender this afternoon, and unless
there is prospect of a better turnout
iMonday, the enterprise may have to
CONCERTS WILIj CONTINUE
iMr. W. W. Condon, musical direc director,
tor, director, requests the .Star to say that the
Friday night band concerts will con continue
tinue continue as long as the weather permits
and he can find men to play.
ON THEIR WAY TO OCAIjA
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I' ; Hill
Carlisle, la., Oct. 6, 1914.
' 'Editor Star: I have been too
smuch occu'pied since I settled here to
write a letter for your -paiper. But I
closed my work here last Sunday.
Today we are packing our trunks.
Tomorrow we shall start toward
home andexpect to be In Ocala with within
in within two iweeks.
- While we have enjoyed our stay
and work here, almost under the
shadow of my alma mater, it Is with
the sense of home coming that we
turn our faces toward the South.
This feeling is perhaps largely due to
the ifact that -my father was reared
in f01d Virginia" and my mother's
people were of South Carolina. So
my interest in the South and love of
the sunny skies is easily under understood.
stood. understood. Especially when, as you,
know, I have lived in all about eight
years in Florida.
My wife has recovered her health.
'For the last eight 'months s-he has
been well, and 'her health now Is
Last evening we were invited out
to dinner. 'About an hour later a
call to the phone announced that
rMrs. Coleman'3 sister was at our
home to see us. So we hurried home.
On opening the door, imagine our
surprise to find the house in every
room packed with people, most of
the church members being present,
besides many friends. The evening
was delightful in its associations,
tho saddened bj the farewells.
A testimonial in the way of some
fancy work and a purse of money
was presented to Mrs. Coleman as
an appreciation of her work as
'superintendent of the Junior C.
Society of -more than thirty mem members,
bers, members, which has ibeen doing excel excellent
lent excellent work.
A company of us from the Carlisle
Encampment Xo. 75, will attend the
meeting tonight in DeaMoines. at
the Iowa I. O. O. F. temple, where a
special degree team of Patriarchs
will put on the Encampment degrees.
There are many Interesting things j
T 1 111 i i. T I
j. nuuiu nive io say auoux iu
splendidly developed agriculture and
stock raising but -will have to write
them at a more leisure time.
'A Beautiful New Suburb in the
Northwest of the City 1
;Mr. Louis R. Chazal and his three
sons, fMessrs. Louis H. Charles P.,
and John P. will during the next
few weeks establish a new business
In Ocala. They propose to 'form a
company to be known as "iLouls R.
Chazal & Sons Co." They ibelieve in
the future of Ocala and of iFlorida.
The new firm will do a real estate
business, will form, specialize in
live stock, and propose to establish
several large subsidiary businesses.
iMr. Chazal has lived in 'Florida
about 25 years, during 'which time
he has 'been interested in the phos phos-phate
phate phos-phate ibusiness. The proposed com company
pany company rwill be separate from his iphos iphos-phate
phate iphos-phate .business. (He and his family
have lived in Ocala about 20 years.
His three sons were educated in the
north and west and have seen a
large part of the country, but they
say that they have found no place
better than Ocala to live in, and
with their father have decided to
build up a business in : ,what they
look upon as their home town.
Wyomina Park, the new suburb
which Mr. Chazal has begun the de
velopment of, just northeast of the
present -developed limits of the -city.
will be taken over by the new com
pany and will ;be made one of the at attractive
tractive attractive residential sections of the
city. The location of the new park
is naturally a most attractive place,
situated as it is upon a thickly
wooded ridge. The beautiful ave avenue,
nue, avenue, of oaks which was a part, of the
old Caldwell plantation, runs diag diagonally
onally diagonally across the ;park. Although
this, -will not 'be used as a .thorough .thoroughfare
fare .thoroughfare the large shade trees are there,
and iwill be a part of the lots .-upon
which they stand. ?In laying out
streets it has not been necessary to
cut out any- of these trees.
Another 'feature will be a 50-foot
park running the full.; length of the
south side of the suburb. The park parking
ing parking -will be parallele'd on one side by
Wycmina street, of which (Lover's
(Lane and the Silver Springs road are
extensions ; and on the other side by
a driveway; the whole 'parkway thus
formed having a width of 1 20 feet.
When this is fully developed i is
expected that this will 'be one of the
most beautiful drives of the city.
'Workmen have 'been 'busy ; for four
or five-weeks clearing out the under undergrowth,,
growth,, undergrowth,, trimming trees, and other otherwise
wise otherwise improving the park. Further
Improvements will be made from
time to time, it is said, in carrying
out the plans of 'Mr. Chazal and his
' ; :.' Corarcctor' end Dn!E22r.
Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
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you will find a "suit of our making
retains its shape. That's because -it
is tailored, not -merely pressed, Into
- the garments .Let ius make you a
suit for a trial. You'll not alone be
better dressed than ever before, bat
.you'll stay that way. For our suits
retain their good looks till the last.
Opposite Harrinston Hall Hotel
hP6 Irgif1:' 1! PlTiWG
HAS ADVISED EVERYONE WHO CAN
to plant and produce something. If you xrtsh to take his advlc-3 J
and fenced 'MARION COUNTY
and go Tight to work, -we have 3000 acres of high-grade cleared v
IN' THE FAMOUS Anthony'and Sugar. Hammock. Trucking section, v
lately tho property of the Anthony Farms Company. .This land Is
suitable for early vegetables of all kinds, 'but particularly suitable
for peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes; and watermelons' SEH US
OR WHITE US at once and make an, early selection.' ; : (
FROM 3IR. PHILLIPS
-We wish to express our heartfelt
appreciation to our, kind neighbors
and friends -for their assistance an I
works of sympathy and beautiful
flowers during the sickness and deatfi
of our baby boy.
J. P. Phillips and Family.
EIKS WILIi DISCUSS
GOOD OF THE ORDER
Exalted Ruler David S. Williams,
of Ocala Lodge (No. 286, B. P. O. E.,
has- Issued the following invitation
to the members of the lodge:
"The exalted ruler Invites you to
a 'Get Together Smoker' after the
regular session Tuesday, October
DISASTER TO DUNN
Cr. J. H. Dunn met with a very
painful accident yesterday. While
examining the horse belonging to Mr.
G. T. Maughs, the animal kicked
him in the eye, and the doctor was
thrown with such force across the
stable that his arm and leg were
badly bruiser. He was unconscious
for a time. Dr. Dunn Is up and
around the house today, but says he.
doesn't know which hurts the worst,
his eye, arm or leg.
W. H. Coleman.
Mr. Clayton Wicker left Monday
for Ocala where he -will attend
school. Coleman item in Sumter
County Time3. ;
V. Will soon be.here and you will have to consume more electric' cur
rent. -Why not prepare now by Installing .- '
y For the same current you, are now consuming In carbon lamp3
v tney win give tnree times the ngnt.
They are now cheaper and more efficient than ever.
Come in and let us demonstrate.
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A OCAL.1, FLORIDA.
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THE WORLD'S SERIES
BLOOMS IN MANY. MONTHS
Goldenrod Hat Deen Wrongly Con Considered
sidered Considered to Be Altogether an
SAItY TO PITCHERS AND
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EMver -fi MacKay
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1 Most of us associate the goldenrod
SIZE LS NOT ABSOLUTELY NECES- with autumn. It seems to have been
' rrpntpft tn cprv Indian summer m
! an artist whose duty it is to color the Z
roadside, to border the lake with a J
strip of flame, to provide a foreground I
! nt tniRtwnrfhv and nnprrino n1 crmont I
against the Indefinable blues and pur-
pies of the distance.
j But the goldenrod is probably more
The great showing made this year j a 8Ummer flower than a flower Qt the
by "Rabbit" QIaranville and "Dick" j fall, that is, if you consider all the
The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi business
ness business a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.'
stances.' circumstances.' We invite you to make, this bank your bank, and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors.
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Rudolph ot the Braves will be a
great iboon for the diminutive minor f
species and sub-species as one. There
are goldenrods that bloom in June.
league ball players -who have big. and &re dry &nd color,esg stalkg when
league ambitions. i September arrives. Though the fiow-
Maranville has .convinced, the r rest8 under the accusation of
base'ball world that size is not a! causing hay fever bv means of its
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guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattuer
TV. "W. Kimball Co., Ocala,
Fop Good Wood
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Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
necessary asset or a snonstop, ana
Rudolph has demonstrated that a
pitcher with small physique can
pitch just as well and just as often
as a giant.
When IMafanville Joined the Bos Boston
ton Boston Braves in the latter part of 1912,
and the (base'ball world found that
he was onlyjo feet 5 Inches tall, and
weighed in the neighborhood of 130
everybody assured everybody else:
".Maranville won't last long; he's too
tAnd when Hudolph, discarded sev several
eral several years ago 'by the Giants -because
he was too small, being only 5 feet
9 inches tall, joined the Braves the
"wise ones" In sbaseball said the
same thing "about him as they did
iMaranville ranks :today as one of
the greatest shortstops that ever
played the position. iHls smallness
seems to have made him as speedy
as chain-lightning. He covers .more
ground than any man who ever
handled the short-stopping jdb for
the IBraves in many years. And, al although
though although he is small, he can shoot the
ball over to 'first from deep short,
with the speed of a rifle bullet.
Maranville is a fast man on the
bases, and many. of his steals have
resulted in runs for the Braves. In
addition to this filaranville is a time timely
ly timely hitter. His drives are surprisingly
long for a little man. Time ana
again he has smashed the ball to the
far corners of the field. v
And because Maranville has done
these things, the big league (manag
ers have (begun to think that other
small infielders can do the same. In
future, it is likely that fast infielders
who Lave been passed up because of
their tiny size, will be given hig
-Rudolph's physique is not impos
ing. 'He's not exactly tiny as the av
erage human goes, but he's small in
comparison with the average big
league rpltchers. iBig league manag
ers, during the last ten years have
air-borne pollen, the fact that it has
blossomed and, in the case of many
species, faded before the official open opening
ing opening day of hay fever, appears to make
out an alibi for it. Moreover, those
resorts In the North where hay fever
sion, but also forbid music to be
played or-sting in the buildings Avhere
it can be heard in the streets.
Kissing In the Street.
In seventeenth century New Ens-
victims fly as to so many sanctuaries, land kissing in the street was a seri-
are not free of the goldenrod. We 0us offense. But go back to fifteenth
doubt if one of the refuges, if it is and sixteenth century Old England,
not a mere lump of rock In the lake, and the case is very different. One
can truly say that no goldenrod cf the Bohemian travelers whose nar-
parades Its treasure within the vi- rative Is given by Mrs. Henry Cuat's
cinlty. i "Gentlemen Errant" records of Lon
don: "It is the custom in this town
UNNECESSARY TO RISK LIFE that at the first arrival of guests in
any lodging the nostess, wltn all tne
French Police Use a Suffocating Gas household, comes forth into the street
That Makes Arrest of Dangerous
Bullet-proof armor and revolvers
discharging cartridges containing a
suffocating gas, were used by the
French police in securing a demented
woman who was firing at everybody
within sight. These weapons were
provided for the special police after
the downfall of the motor bandits.
The scene of their use was Neuilly.
to receive; and each one of them it
behooves each one to kiss. Indeed, to
them, to take a kiss is but as, to oth others,
ers, others, to offer the right hand." And
Mrs. Cust gives a whole sheaf of
similar foreign tesUmony to the pleas pleasant
ant pleasant English custom of kissing in the
A. D. BROOKS
Has -moved his General 'Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket xo ahe new
St. Georges Block,
Jcome to Telieve ithat a small pitcher
where he Is now located m tne can t stand the gruelling pace of a
handsome new Corner Store, Mag- big league campaign. They 'felt that
nolla and South Second Street, where a small pitcher couldn't stand the ex ex-le
le ex-le wilf be pleased to see his friends ertion of "pitching once in every four
and customers. days.
.ttjct m.cc i?.im.v nnnpiuro They don't think that
Philology as an Oil Lure.
Here is a French linguist and geog geographer,
rapher, geographer, who proposes to discover
The woman had barricaded herself In petroleum oIV fields by means of na-
her room, and from her window she tive names of localities. He says that
fired upon anyone who passed by. he has thus far located an oil field In
A force of police, protected by Algeria, the nature of whose surround-
breastplates and carrying the gas-dis- ings would never have suggested the
charging revolvers, went to the house, existence of oil. He says there are
They were received with a volley, but several such places In Indc-China, and
on reaching the door of her room they he suggests that France look over its
fired the gas charges through a hole possessions with such a scheme In
In the woodwork. In a few minutes mind
the woman fell unconscious to the
floor, and the men were able to secure
her and take her away without the
least trouble. It is said that, though
the gas thus fired causes almost im immediate
mediate immediate unconsciousness, it has no
unpleasant after effects.
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Teams F6p-'Rcn2 r L
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
W e Sc al
Superior to nosier
Quality or Urico
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
There are many times when one
man questions another's actions and
motives. Men act differently under
different circumstances. The ques question
tion question is, what would you do right now
. U O t1 ... 1 ,1
au. hm Anlr Dll,. lln If you naa a severe wm; isuum
,,v,, .w . ibetter.t.nan to take Chamber-
We can get any amount of work W . o-, T s fcirhlv
done by taking it a moment at a recommended by .people -who have
time. It Is when we try to take it uged it for years and know its value,
several moments at a time that It irs o. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., say:
gets beyond us. A business man had "Chamberlain's Oougli Iteonedy Is
a pile of work In front of him on his worth its weight in gold and I take
desk, and was "stewing around" over pleasure in recommending it." For
nA eotrinir finn tafnsn!ftiieiT hiiov I sale ov all dealers. aav
he was, when another man said to
film, You re not ousy ; you re onry For cleaning Tinware.
confused." Seeing and thinking Flrst wasu tne tin m hot soapsuds
about more than one thing at a time ina wipe thoroughly dry. Then scour
Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
rost iwx oi JLs.ui cr
Long "Distance .ris:, -c, C3
iyiiiidiu u murium
'i IV il
I AM .now in business for myself. Conducting a Ilih Cla?-s re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years. in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PI1ICE3
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
longer, for (Rudolph has come along
and 'pitched on an average of every
third day. Sometimes he has pitch
ed every other day. And he has
come thru the season with a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful pitching average and a splendid
"It isn't how much you weigh or
"All hurr.an experience looks back to how tall you are that counts," said
inotnerhooi as tne wonaer or wonaers. Rnrtrklnh rppntlv "Tt's what wn'vo
rr-v. a.1 .vv.v..r... J
fortitude, the sub- got concealed in your wing.
in Woman's Life
lime faith during the
period of expectancy
are second only to
the mother love be bestowed
stowed bestowed upon tha
most helpless but
most marvelous cre creation
ation creation a baby.
Women are quick
to learn from each
Dther those helpful agencies that aid to
comfort, and yet are perfectly safe to use
and among these they recommend
"Mother's Friend." t
It is entirely an external application
fleslgned to lubricate the broad, flat
muscles and skia that protect tha
abdomen. It has been in favorable usa
for nearly half a century and Is known
to mothers in almost every settled com community
munity community in the United States who highly
recommend it. You will find it pn sala
in drug stores. "Mother's .Friend" is
utterly harmless. cci.ir.s no deadening
drags, very beneficial, very soothing and a
Get a bottle of "Mother's Friend" to today
day today at any drug store and write to us
for our instructive little book to mothers.
Address Bradfleld Regulator Co., SIS
Loraar BWs., Atlanta,-Ga.
And "Rudy" is Tight.
Fourteen pounds of sugar '.for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer
ies to the amount of $1, Saturday
and 'Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t
brings the confusion that multiplies
burdens and hinders the work. It
Is sometimes well to clear our desk
of everything except the one thing
upon which we must be working; then
to take up the next thing; and so on
until the day's work Is done. Concen Concentration
tration Concentration routs confusion. Doing one
thing at a time gets an amazingly
large number of things done.Sun done.Sun-day
day done.Sun-day School Times.
with dry flour, applied with an old
Laws Against Noise.
Germany has probably the most
complete laws in the world against
superfluous noise. For noises annoy annoying
ing annoying the "public in general," an indi individual
vidual individual can be fined up to 7, or else
imprisoned. For instance, a barking
dog or cackling fowl which disturbs
a school makes its owner liable under fa
the law. In Berlin it is forbidden to
transport, through the streets arti-
Practical Use of Seismograph
Probably the most unusual purpose
to which the seismograph has ever
been put Is that of determining the
amount of vibrations In a locomotive
as a result" of unbalanced driving driving-wheels.
wheels. driving-wheels. Engineers have devised
some Ingenious methods of cutting
down this vibration which means a
greatly decreased consumption of coaL
DR. D. M. BONEY
Eveslerht specialist; office and labora
tory 2-6 Gry building. A specialty
of correcting vision wrnere others
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
A skilled pharmacist will person person-aly
aly person-aly care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phon
Victrola and Victor Records at
The Iur-ay Company. 10-8-3t
If you trade at Gerig's you are as assured
sured assured of best service and quality, tf
cles such as sheet iron rhnino onrt
other metal objects Viable to make a Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
noise, unless packed so as to be corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
noiseless. New ordinances, now mm. at any bour. Aav.
lng Into force, forbid not only music
in the streets without oylice Dermis-
The very latest INITIAIL STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGERS. 9-24-tf
Yfau omht to lhave
Sim hjiobjif Ihoinnie
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Car, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Fresh drugs, that is the only kind
we have. Bitting & Knight.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Pbar
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. KKKf
Good Old 65 Proof Ttye.
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, ( ?A
at per gallon . O w
Good Old 80 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, Is. lots cf 2 co colons
lons colons or more, ('ii,'"
at per rrallon. 0t -J
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, In lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, C 7C
at per gallon . V IL 0 w
. m .. .... f -I
any order you ccnM U3 zu&
meet the price of any other
In Class Jcjrs. Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if yea r
Make my place your headquarters while in the .city. You -will
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every tran:-c-tlon
at "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
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Cat i 4
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Pullman cars from Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cincinnati,-intermediate
intermediate Cincinnati,-intermediate points to Jacksonville.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE EOUTII
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TILE OCALA EVEX1XG STAB, SATURDAY OCTOBEU 10. 1914
Hour and Eggs are Pies and Cookies
BUT If You Couldn't
If AVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AXD ItOASTS
'What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EARLY AXD' AVOID THE RUSH.
Crystal River, Fla.
Shippers of the famous Crystal
River Oysters. Seal plug carriers,
sanitary in every respect. Can
care for orders both large and
Salt Wafer Fish in any quantity.
For further information address
i I V 1 i
Cr tal River, Fla.
f You Will Talvt Enough of Our Ice
Saturdays to Last Over Sunday
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank 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 of
rest for nearly everybody but this ice man of yours.
' dtesilgi lee & PaeMMgii Co,
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
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Sand water of the world. Ia aemce June 13th.
Magnificent Steamer. "SEEANDBEE." "Gly of Erie" and "Citr of BuffaTo-
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Leave Buffalo 9:00 P. 51. Leave Cleveland - 9:00 P. M.
i Arrive Cleveland 7:30 A.M. Arrive Buffalo - 7:30 A. II.
(Eaatern Standard Time)
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tickets readins betweea Buffalo and Cleveland are good for transportation on our steamera.
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Cannon That Modernized Japan
By HERBERT KAUFMAN
Author of "Do Something! Be Something!"
USINESS is no longer a man to man contact, in which the
seller and the buyer establish
battle is a hand-tc-hand grapple wherein bone and muscle and
sinew decide the outcome. Trade as well as war has changed aspect
both are now fought at long range.
Just as a present-day army of heroes would have no opportunity
to display the individual valor of its members, just so a merchant
who counts upon his direct acquaintanceship for success, is a relic
of the past a business dodo. v
Japan changed her policy of exclusion to foreigners, after a fleet
of warships battered down the Satsuma fortifications. The Samurai,
who had hitherto considered their blades and bows efficient, dis dis-,
, dis-, covered that one cannon was mjghtier than all the swords in creation
if they could not get near enough to use them. Japan profited by
the lesson. She did not wait until further ramparts were pounded to
pieces but was satisfied with her one experience and proceeded to
modernize her methods.
The merchant who doesn't advertise is pretty much in the
same position as that in which Japan stood when her eyes were
opened to the fact that times had changed. The long range publicity
of a competitor will as surely destroy his business as the cannon of
the foreigners crumbled the walls of Satsuma. Unless you take the
lesson to heart, unless you realize the importance of advertising, not
only as a means of extending your business but for defending it as
well, you must be prepared to face the consequences of a folly as
gr6at as that of a duelist who expects to survive in a contest in which
his adversary bears a sword twice the length of his own.
Don't think that it's too late to begin because there are so many
stores which have had the advantage of years of cumulative adver advertising.
tising. advertising. The town is growing. It will grow even more next year.
It needs increased trading facilities just as it's hungry for new
Newspaper advertising has reduced the value of being locally
prominent, and five cent street car fares have cut out the advantage
of being "around the corner." A store five miles away, can reach
through the columns of the newspaper and draw your next door
neighbor to its aisles, while you sit by and see the people on your
own block enticed away, without your being able to retaliate or
secure new customers to take their place.
It is not a question of your ability .to stand the cost of advertis advertising
ing advertising but of being able to survive4 without it. The thing you have to
consider is not only an extension of your business but of holding
what you already have. "
Advertising is an investment, the cost of which is in the same
proportion to its returns as seeds are to the harvest. And it is just
as preposterous for y6u to consider publicity as an expense, as it
would be for a farmer to hesitate over purchasing a fertilizer, if he
discovered that he could profitably increase his crops by employ
Burbank, Oct. 8. Ir. JB. Haney
was in Ocala Wednesday.
'Mr. J. H. ight was in Ocala Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday.
. Mrs. H. Ppppe left, Wednesday, tor
Chicago, 111., on business.
:Mr. W. A. Jones was transacting
business in. Ocala Wednesday.
'Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor are
announcing the arrival of a little
daughter at their home Thursday,
Qlr. George H. Dykes spent Thurs Thursday
day Thursday in Ocala.
The Burbank Sunday school was
reorganized Sunday, 'Sept. 27th: The
following officers were elected: Rev.
Hlght, superintendent ;ftlrs. Chaffee,
assistant superintendent; Miss Ruth
Hubbard, secretary and treasurer?
Mrs. Chaffee, organist. Teachers,
class No. 1, Mrs. Hight; Xo. 2, Rev.
Hight; No. 3, Miss -Mary Lou Turner.
:Miss Mary Lou Turner spent a few
days in Grahamville, the guest of
!Mrs. R. Starling.
!Mr. Lynn iB rand, of Jacksonville,
spent a week the guest of friends at
Burbank, and with his ibrother at
.Mr. George Graham was in Ocala
Mr. F. -M. Chaffee and daughter
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in
DEAFXESS CAXXOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach he diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is. caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the 'Eustachian tube. When
this tube is Inflamed 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 inflammation
flammation inflammation can !be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an In Inflamed
flamed Inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one' hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall s Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-j
culars free. F. .J Chenev and Co.,
Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
T5c."- Take Hall's Family Pills for
Pay Your 1015 Automobile License
and Get a Brand Xew Tag for
The 1913 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without!:""
first securing this license are doing)
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
into the road fund.
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax .Collector.
a personal bond, any more than I
OPEX DA AND: NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any ior. Adv.
WHY NOT PUBLISH IT?
When you want a fact to" become
generally known, the right way is to
publish dt. iMrs. Joseph Killans.
Peru, Ind., was troubled with 'belch 'belching,
ing, 'belching, sour stomach and frequent head headaches.
aches. headaches. She -writes: "I feel it my
duty to tell others what Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me.
They have helped my digestion and
regulated my (bowels. Since using
them I have been entirely well." For
sale by all dealers. adv
Speaking of Dancing?
Anything that's worth doing at all
!s wcrth overdoing.- Keble Howard.
TONED UP THE S'STE3I
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
mort for me than I ever dared hope
for," rrites Mrs. Esther Mae Iakr,
Spencerport, X. Y. "I used several
bottles of these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, sick headaches and that
tired feeling, 'but toned. up my whole
system." For sale by all dealers ad.
SAVE A DOLLAR
When the opportunity is offered
you? Our system of selling only
for SPOT CASH enables U3 to
, sell goods at a lower price than
you can get at a credit store. We
have no "dead .beat" accounts
that the responsible customer
helps to pay. Call and let us con convince
vince convince you that we can save you
money on your GROCERIES.
Ocala Cash Grocery
Xext to Burnett's
On Fort King Avenue
ELLIS NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZIXES
Xext to Cam's Grocery Store
XOTICE OP ELECTION TO ISSUE
Whereas, an ordinance has been
passed by the city of Oca la calling for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOL.-
laARS be issued for. the purpose of ;
erecting and equipping: an EL.KCTRIC ;
juiviirr siATio.N in connection -with
tne city WATER WORKS, and extend extending
ing extending such lines and wires as there may
be necessary to furnish the citizens of
Ocala with ligftt and power, said bonds
to be in the denomination of One
Thousand Dollars each, and bearing in interest
terest interest at the rate of five per cent, per
annum, payable 4n not less than ten
nor more than thirty years from date
of issuance. i
Now, therefore, by virtue of author author-ity
ity author-ity vested In the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election theld on the
28th day of Oetober. A. 13. 1914
In the said city of Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city, of Ocala
shall issue bonds to the amount of
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOk DOk-UARS
UARS DOk-UARS for the purpose of erecting and
equipping an ELECTRIC LIGHT STA STATION
TION STATION in "connection, with the -city
WATER WORKS, and extending such
lines and wires as there may be nec necessary
essary necessary to furnish he citizens of Ocala
with light and power. Said bonds to
be in the denomination of One Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars each, bearing interest at
the rate of five per cent., and payable
in not less than ten years nor more
than thirty years from date of issue
'And hereby appoint B. A. Weathers,
I P. Ballard and J. IL Livingston as
inspectors and Isaac Stevens as clerk.
Said election shall be held at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala, .this the 25th day of Septem September
ber September A D. 1914.
(Seal) J. D." ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. IIISTRUNK, City Clerk.
Whereas, an ordinance has been
NOTICE OF ELECTION TO ISSUE
passed by the city of Ocala calling for
an election to submit to the registered
voters of the city of Ocala, to decide
whether or not bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU
SAND DOLLARS be issued; ONE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED THOUSAND -DOLDARS of said
bonds (to be used for the construction
of sewers within the corporate limits
of the city of Ocala: ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds
io oe usea ior tne purpose i paviug
and improvinsr the tneets or said city;
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS of said
bonds to be used for -the purpose of
constructing public buildings an
parks for the said city within the coi
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS
of said bonds to be" used for the -purpose
of equipping, extending and im improving
proving improving the water works plant and
system of said city and erecting and
constructing In connection therewith
an ice plant for the manufacture of ar artificial
tificial artificial ice for the said city of Ocala.
said bonds to be in the denomination of
one thousand dollars each, and bearing
interest at the rate of five per cent, per
annum, navable in not less than ten nor
more than thirty years from date of
Now, therefore, by virtue of author authority
ity authority vested in the undersigned as mayor
of the said city of Ocala, I hereby pro proclaim
claim proclaim and order an election held on-the
27th day f ? October,' A. D. 1014
in the said city of .Ocala to determine
whether or not the said city of Ocala
shall issue bonds to the amount of
THREE HUNDRED AND FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS; ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to
be used for the construction of sewers
within the corporate limits of the citv
of Ocala; ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
DOLLARS of said bonds to -be used for
the purpose of paving and Improving
the streets of said city; FIFTY THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS of said bonds to be
used for -the purpose of constructing
public buildings and parks within, the
corporate limits of the said city; and
FIFTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS of
said bonds to be used for the purpose
of equipping, extending and improving
the water works plant and system of
said city and erecting and constructing
in connection therewith an ice plant
for the manufacture of artificial ice
for the city of Ocala. Said bonds to be
in the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each, bearing interest at the
ratft of five iwr cent, and navable In not
less than -ten nor more than thirty
years from date of issue.
And hereby appoint J. M. Thomas, T.
H. Johnson and F. B. Beckham as in inspectors
spectors inspectors and J. H. Taylor as clerk.
Said election shall be field at the city
hall of the city of Ocala between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock
In witness whereof I have hereunto
affixed my hand and seal of the city
of Ocala, this the 25th day of Septem September
ber September A D 1914
(Seai) J. D. ROBERTSON, Mayor.
Attest: H. C. SISTRUNK, City Clerk.
9-26 -uly sat
On account of special elections .to
be held in and for the City'of Ocala
on the 27th' and 28th days of Octo October,
ber, October, 1914, a -special meeting pf the
city council was held on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of
revising the registration .hooks of
said city, and the following names
Ward Xo. 1. A. A. Graham, J. E,
Gates, W. H. MdMahan (removed),
E .L. Howell (dead.)
Ward Xo. 2. -Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, X. P. Ives, H. C. Muncas Muncas-ter,
ter, Muncas-ter, J. J. 'McCranie, L. M. Raysor, J.
C. Raysor, E. E. Raysor, Edwin
Spencer Jr., and J. H. Workman (re (removed.)
moved.) (removed.) T. C. 'Hall, Xathan Peyser,
and J. G. Sinclair (dead.).
Ward Xo. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T -Hodges, F. R. Higgins,
M. Strauss, J. M. Tison and Paul
Webber (Temoved.) Pat Gillen, J.
W. Lyles and J. H. uMcClymond
Ward Xo4. T. L. Dekle, J. W.
Fomby, S. ai. Grubbs (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Bierman, C. H.
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
The, city council will hear com complaints
plaints complaints at special meeting to oe held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M. for the purpose of restoring names
This the 28th day of September A.
D. 1914. H. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
0 est Way to Darn.
By darning diagonally across th
weave, Instead of with it, the stitches
are not nearly so likely to pull away
from the edges of the darned spot.
This is an especially good method
to be used" where stitches have been
Pay Your 191 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licon?:
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation In business after that date
without first obtaining these license
is in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col
lector will issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
W. E. Smith, County Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-3 Ot
NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR LET
In pursuance of the statute in s;::h
cases made and provided, r.;Aiee 13
hereby given .that the undersigned will
apply to the governor of the state of
Florida, at Tallahassee, Florida, on the
lltl day f November, A. D. 1814,
at ten o'clock a. m. or a3 soon there thereafter
after thereafter as the same can be heard, for
LETTERS PATENT to be Issued to
IJOUIS R. CHAZAL. & SONS CO.. under
the following charter and articles of
Incorporation, the original of wnich
will be on file in the office of the sec
retary of state, of said state of Flor
ida, at Tallahassee, during the time
required for the publication of this
LOUIS R. CHAZAL.
LOUIS H. CHAZAL
JOHN P. CHAZAL
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
LOUIS R. CHAZAL & SONS CO.
We, the f undersigned, .hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves, together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming a body politic, and of
becoming incorporated under the laws
of the state of Florida applicable to
corporations for profit, and we do here hereby
by hereby accept said laws as our organic
law," and do hereby adopt the following
articles of Incorporation:
The name of this corporation shall
be LOUIS -R, CHAZAL & SONS CO., and
its principal place of business shall be
at Ocala, Clarion county, Florida; pro provided,
vided, provided, however, the board of directors
may establish other branch places of
business, or offices, at such points
within the state of Florida, as they
may determine to be necessary and
proper in the prosecution of the busi business
ness business of said company.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be as follows, to-wit:
(a). To buy, acquire, own, sell, lease,
mortgage Or otherwise deal in, all
kinds of real estate: to convert bodies
of land belonging to said company into
lots, blocks or parcels, with roads,
streets, or other convenience?, and
otherwise improve and dispose of the
same as the interest and business of
said company may require:
v (b). To engage in general ana trucic
farming operations on the lands of
the company, or on ianas or otners
that niay be leased or rented, and mar market
ket market the products thereof, and raise and
deal in domestic live tock of any and
(c). To buy, and sell real and per personal
sonal personal property: to act as agents for
others in the purchase and sale of all
property, real, personal or mixed, on
commission basis, or otherwise; to buy,
own, and. sell stocks and bonds, and
other securities m other corporations
as may be authorized .and permitted by
law; and to do generally all -such mat matters
ters matters and things as are usually Incident
to the business of real estate agencies!,
and such as are usually 'incident, to a
general brokerage business;
: (d). To buy and sell goods, ware
and merchandise,; and conduct a mer mercantile
cantile mercantile business at Ocala, Florida, and
at such other points within the ?tate of
Flo r Ida as the board of d I r e ct o r s m a y
(e). Generally to have and exercise
any and all uch powers as may be in incident
cident incident to the several busine??es of said
corporation above enumerated, not in inconsistent
consistent inconsistent with the laws of Florida
and the purposes of said corporation
as above defined.
The amount of capital tock author authorized
ized authorized Is twenty thousand dollars, to be
divided Into two hundred shares, each
of the par value of one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. All or any part of the capital
stock of said corporation, incluilng
stock subscribed for by the incorior incorior-ators,
ators, incorior-ators, may be payable either in lawful
money of the. United States of America,
or may be payable in, or issued for, the
purchase of property, labor or services,
at a Just valuation thereof to be fixed
by the board of directors at a meeting
called for that purpose; but ten per
cent, of the capital stock shall be sub subscribed
scribed subscribed and paid for before the cor corporation
poration corporation shall transact business, and
th wmal-naf f flip Aanttal k t nr Vc .t h n t
may be subscribed for shall be paid in
such manner, and at such times, and
under such terms, as the by-laws ma7
The term for which this corporation
shall exist shall be ninety-nine years.
The business of aid corporation
shall be conducted by the following
officers, to-wit: a president,, two vice-,
presidents, secretary and 'treasurer,
and a board of directors consisting of
not less than three nor more than five
persons, but the same person hall be
eligible to hold the offices of rteretary
and treasurer. The board of directors
shall be elected by the stockholdera at
each annual meeting, and all other of officers
ficers officers of the corporation shall, be elect elected
ed elected annually by the board of director?.
The annual meetings of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be held on the first Tuesday
in June of each year until said date or
time of meeting shall be changed by
the by-laws. The following named of officers
ficers officers are to conduct the business of
the corporation until those elected at
the first annual election shall be quaii-.
fled, to-wit: Louis It. Chazal, presi president;
dent; president; Louis H. and Cha. V. Chazal,
vice-presidents; John P. Chazal, secre secretary
tary secretary and treasurer; Louis 11. Chazal.
Louis II. Chazal, Charles I. Chazal and
John P. Chazal, directors.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject Itself is twen twenty
ty twenty thousand dollars.
The names and residences of the
smbscribing incorporators, and the
amount of stock subscribed for by
each, are as follows:
Names ; Shares Amt.
Loul3 R. Chazal, Oeala, FIa.r 17 $1700
Louisr H. Chazal, Ocala, Fla., 1 100
Chas. P. Chazal, Ocala, Fla., 1 100
John P. CbaziV Oeala. Fla., 1 .100
ii v ii iii:.iiiir we nave
hereunto set our hands this 6th day of
October, A. D. 1914.
LOUIS R. CHAZAL
LOUIS II. CHAZAL.
JOHN IV CHAZAL
State of Florida,
Marlon County. ?
Before me personally appeared Loufs
R. Chazal. Louis II. Chazal and John P P-Chazal,
Chazal, P-Chazal, each of whom Is to me well
known, and known to be the individ individuals
uals individuals described, in and who signed the
foregoing notice and proposed charter,
and severally acknowledged before me
that they, and each of them, signed and
executed the said notice of application
and the foregoing proposed charter for
the uses and purposes therein ?et fort'i
IN WITNESS' whereof T have here hereunto
unto hereunto set my hand and affixel my of of-cial
cial of-cial seal at Ocala, Florida, this the 6t'.i
day of October. A. P. 101 J.
(Seal) T. D. LANCASTER. JR.
10-9-5t wky Notary Public.
Loss Habits cf Industry.
"Women n Fnce and other coats-;
tries of Europe are much more indus industrious
trious industrious than when they come t? hJ
THE OCALA" EVENING STAR, SATURDAY OCTOBER 104 1014
K. of P. meet (Monday night.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Pythian Sisters Tuesday evening.
QIasons meet Thursday night.
(Moose meet Thursday evening.
at The (Murray Com Com-1
1 Com-1 0-8-3 t
Mr. X,. It'. Chazal visited friends in
The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'S.
ER'S. KREG-ER'S. 10-5
FROZEN' MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. ? 10-5
All School Supplies, at The -Murray
Take Rexall Salts for that tired;
sleepy feeling. Gerig's. 10-7
LMr. C. A. Thomas was in town
from Clearwater yesterday and-; to today.
day. today. Charlie is getting fat in the
Fishing tackle that will Tiring the
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8
New Crop Florida Seed Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 1 10-1-tf
After the regular meeting of the
P. U. of A. Thursday night, the
fraters adjourned to iDewey's and
partook of juicy oysters in all popu popular
lar popular styles.
Fresh pansy and sweet pea seed'a
Bitting & Knights drug store. 928
Judge Bullock and tMessrs. !Hamp
on1 TViTirol rotn rn orl .hfe rninrn
ing from a successful fishing trip to
DEXNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
Now is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
y Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14 is Sitting &
This report Is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
Welhe, oflicial observer for the government.
Oct. 1 .
Oct. 2 .
Oct. 3 .
Oct. 4 .
Max. Min. R. F.
81 67 1.36
.82 67 .41
.83 66 .38
.84 67 .
.84 68 .45
83 6 S
Forecast for tills Evening and
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
It looks like Mr. C. R. Kreger has
a section of the Crystal Palace piled
up back of his soda fountain. Mr.
Kreger has decided to give a fresh
glass with every drink, arid as he
sells many drinks during a day,, it
takes the stock of a good-sized crock crockery
ery crockery store to serve his customers.
When late evening comes, "Kregie"
and "George Davis, their own selves,
wash each glass, polish it till it
shines, and then re-stack the stock.
Its a mighty good idea, and the
glasses make a fine display; and It
takes a lot of hard work to keep it
iMr. E. T. (Spencer has purchased
the half interest of iMr. A. J. Beck in
the Imperial Steam Laundry. The
deal was consummated yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Dir. Spencer has for a long
time ibeen conducter oq the Ocala
Northern hut resigned his position
some time ago and twill devote all his
time and energies to the new "busi
iMr. Earl Mark has returned toNhis
lie after a week
winding up ar-
nome in jacKsonv
spent in this ciH
fairs in connection
Ocala high school
be was the arch
vmh the nei
building of whicl
t. IMr. .Mai
Long and 'llusy Session of the Council-Last
The city council met last night in
adjourned session, holding the ses session
sion session that was due for last Tuesday
night. There were present "Mr. C.
W. IHunter, chairman; Messrs. Roess,
Knight, Smith and Fausett.
.Minutes of last session were read
A communication was read from
the Board of Trade, asking the coun council
cil council to ratify the appointment of ;the
council's list of members on the
Ocala-Silver Springs Canal Commis Commission.
A communication was read from a
New York company regarding jthe
installation of a water softening
plant in the city. Referred to light
and water committee.
; A petition from citizens of North
Ocala lor lights and. water -was read
and referred to the light and water
The following communication on
the proposed ibond issue from' Judge
V. S. Bullock was read and ordered
Judge Bullock Opinion of the Bond
- Ocala, Fla.,. Sept. 18, 1914.
To the Honorable City Council of the
, City of Ocala. -Gentlemen:
I am advised that
your body will hold a special meet meeting
ing meeting to consider the mayor's veto. mes message
sage message on the ordinance submitting to
division in the northeastern part of rent month with pay, on account'ol
' illness. ." . r--
Mr. Roess stated that the new ma machinery
chinery machinery for the electric light plant
nt yesterday with his cousins. Air.
anasMrs. John LU.unews lax-crnaier.
Mr. J. iH. Lockett who has (been
visiting home folks at Asheville for
several weeks, returned to Ocala this
ICE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-S"
When you need stationery, go to
Robert Tydings, formerly of Ocala
but -now engaged In the rubber tire
business at St. "Petersburg, spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the city attending to busi business
ness business matters and greeting friends.
The Woodmen held their semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly .meeting last night with a
good attendance. Another applica application
tion application was received. A large class is
now in waiting, and there will be
much initiation work to do at the
next few meetings.
We are selling Stock. and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
Mr. C. S. Cujlen left this after after-oon
oon after-oon &&-thdllr Med for the Great
Lakes and Canada, m" ''Business.
"pxrP(Ct4 o return, via .New Yor
iout two weks?
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
BOARDERS WANTED Rooms with
board or table board without rooms
Apply to Mrs. F. R. Kaiser, E. 2nd
ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida Orower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 10-5-12t
Music 10c, at the (Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-8-3t
There was a -band concert last
night, -hut as no notice had been
given, the attendance was small. The
(band rendered superb music, how however,
ever, however, and those who came out enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the occasion greatly.
Subscribe for your Magazines at
Tue Murray Company. 10-8-3t
TWENTY-FIVE 'POUtNODS OF
BULK OATMEAL FOR ONE DOL
LAR AT C ARN-TH OMAS CO. 9-2t
Our fountain service includes per-
fQt innJiness in every detail.
A. V l
Gerig's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7
The best ice cream In town at the
nnr Pharmacy. Sunday orders
W M W
We regret exceedingly .v uulo
, nco -r :Mas.ter Powell
riroRbv. the brfeht little son of Mr
tir ,t iomTvof Citra. He
ana -irs. v. w.-
tva s irousht td the Hospital yester
'day afternoon 4 Mparents and last
iht onerated bn lor appenaiciti
The little fellow ls4esting as well as
a firnwtA(l and it Is hoped his
.iit ia Tnid.
FOR RENT Six room cottage, all
modern conveniences. Apply Star
FOR IRENT Two or three furnished
rooms for 'light housekeeping near
postomce; reasonable rates; ad
dress 206 N. Qlain street, or Char Charles
les Charles McLucas, Ocala (House barber
A middle aged widow would like a
position in a widower's home as
housekeeper; am a good cook,
clean and orderly, can give refer reference
ence reference as to character and ability.
AVihite woman from the north. Ed Educated,
ucated, Educated, something of a musician.
Address, H. IB., 321 Church street,
Orlando, Fla. 10-8-2t
FOR RENT iA ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; Well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOUXD Automobile tail light; last
Friday on 'North Magnolia street.
V Owner can Have same by calling
phone 206 and. paying for this ad advertisement.
vertisement. advertisement. 9-29-tf
the voters of Ocala the question o
bonding for municipal purposes and
all these purposes for; which bopds
are to be submitted to.- the elector electorate
ate electorate of the city, including an election
to be held on the 28th of October,
1914, to authorize the issuance of
bonds in the sum of $75,000, for the
erection and equipment and exten extension
sion extension of an electric light station, -in
connection with the water works;
and on the 27th of October an elec election
tion election submitting to the electorate of
Ocala the question of bonding the
city in the. sum of ?100,000 for
sewers, $100,000 for paving and im improving
proving improving the streets and sidewalks,
$50000 for public buildings 'and
parks, and $55,000 for equipping
and extending the water, works,1 in
connection therewith the erection of
an ice plant. 1
Independent of the soundness of
the mayor's reasons for withholding
his approval, and solely upon -r the
question of expediency in submitting
the questions as .a unit, it might be
well, if you gentlemen are so dis disposed,
posed, disposed, to advise with the citiieks
who will have to pass upon i1s
question of toonding upon the point
as to whether or not they should be
submitted as a unit, or whether they
should be submitted to the people 'as
Personally, 1 favor, and -believe a
large majority of .the taxpayers are
anxious for, a sewerage system, and
will vote for Ibonds for this pur.b'sei
yet, if I am correctly Informed it ap appears
pears appears that in order for us to have
ibonds for sewerage and for 1 public
(buildings and .parks, paving, and ex-
itending the water works, we must
also have annexed to that an ice
. I am utterly, opposed to the prop proposition
osition proposition of an ice plant. It may be
true, as is stated iby those who claim
to know, that in connection with the
machinery to the plant for an elec electric
tric electric lighting station, the manufac manufacture
ture manufacture of ice can be made from 10 to
12 cents iper hundred pounds, hut
even if this 4s itrue, what are we. to
do with the Ice? Shall we have it
peddled around town in, small quan
tities or send a traveling salesman
out to solicit orders, or put up ; a
cold storage? Of may !be-anotber
thought that in connection with the
public buildings and parks, or the
"women's clufb, an ice cream parr
lor might be of use and become one
of the new annexes to the municipal
It would seem a very great pity,
gentlemen, that the citizens should
not have a right to select one 'or
more municipal improvements that
you have suggested and have the
right to pass upon the question of
bonds for these purposes, and not he
forced to say that unless we accept
all ithat jou gentlemen propose we
shall have none, i
i respectruiiy suhmlt for your
consideration that in passing on the
question of bonding the city for mu
nicipal improvements that you will
permit her citizens to have the priv privilege
ilege privilege of passing on the purposes for
which bonds will he issued and that
these purposes may !be submitted to
them as. independent propositions
.ims seems to iDe the concensus of
opinion, so far as I am able to 'as
certain, and certainly there is no ob
the city, which he has named WTyom WTyom-ina
ina WTyom-ina Park asking that the plat he of officially
ficially officially : adopted. The plat was re referred
ferred referred to the street committee for
JMr; Hunter stated in this connec connection
tion connection that the city was preparing a
plat book, where all plants In future
would be recorded, the same as in
the county records) a very Important
and necessary matter.
Several applications were read for
positions on the police force.
IMr. A. A. Graham protested
against having; his name stricken
from the registration list as he was
a resident and voter in Ocala.
A communication was read, signed
hy Mrs. C L. Bittlnger and all of the
other members of the Ladles Li Library
brary Library Association asking the council
to- appropriate the sum necessary,
about. $50, to pay for the renewal of
subscriptions to magazines same to
be charged against the Carnegie
library fund, as provided by tax levy.
The request was referred to the city
attorney to see if the council could
comply with the request.
Dr. F. Watt, city health office!,
filed his monthly report which gave
some valuable information and wis
a good showing for the close of the
summer months'. On his request it
was ordered that a number of copies
of the new ; city health ordinance be
printed in pamphlet form for- free
. The mayor asked for further time
op the license ordinance.
V The clerk read his monthly finan financial
cial financial report, which follows:
Ocala. Fla.. Oct. 1, 1914. ;
To the City Council, Ocala, Fla.'
Gentlemen: I have the honor to
submit the following report of re receipts
ceipts receipts and disbursements during the
month of September, 1914:
Collected hy tax collector:
Licenses . '$
Collected hy marshal:
Fines, police court ... .-. ..
Delinquent personal taxes.
(Hack inspection fees
Colcd. toy stock Impounder:1
Found fees ....... .'..
Col. Iby city attorney:
Collected by clerk:
E. L. Dept.," service i
E. L. Dept., meter deposits
Market and house rent. .
Fines, street department.
Assessments, sidewalk-. .
Sale of fertilizer. .-. . .
Sale of fire hose. . ...
Testing well ............
VP W. Dept. rents
W: W. -Pept. meters ...
W. W. Dept.,, house rent.
was now at the plant under tempor temporary
ary temporary shelter:; that the concrete foun foundations
dations foundations for same had been completed
some time since and .were now thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly dry and ready for the -machinery
to fbe placed. The new machines
will soon he in place, when the' city
can supply all demands for light.
3Ir. Hunter called the attention ol
the council to the changing of arc
lights at long intervals to the -new
oxygen filled lights at each come-,
which is being done-as rapidly as
possible and will he continued till the
entire city is well lighted f.ni rAt
wait for petitions for lights in r.y
one .locality. ;
BO UG 1 IT ixtere: ;t ix
I31PERIAL GTE AMI LACNDIIY
Total collections ; $ 2,740.67
Balance on hand Septem- 9
her a, 1914 ;4. 5,902.67
Total . . . $ 8,643.34
Warrants Drawn During September,
.C,..v; 'Ay -y
Salaries, officers, clerks,
- etc ..'
Police 'Dept. :
Salaries ..... ... ... .
Witness fees and cosits.
Labor 1 ........
Surveying . .
Sanitary: Dept. :
abor and expense
:Mr. E.,T, Spencer, the popular
conductor on the Ocala Northern By.
has hought 'Mr. Alfred .Beckys Inter Interest
est Interest in the Imperial Steam 'Laundry,
and air. Wr. H. Dodcon and GIr. Cpen Cpen-cer
cer Cpen-cer now, own the (business. Mr. Dod Dod-son
son Dod-son will continue to. manage the
laundry as heretofore, while CMr,
Spencer will hold down the position
he has filled so satisfactorily since
the opening. of the road.
. The Imperial 'Steam Laundry-, is
doing a large arid growing .business;
both In Ocala and thruout the state?
where'itjs establishing a great .many
agencies. titfr. ;Dod3on says .thi
growth of the business is most satis satisfactory.
FATAL .BESULT OF
' AX AUTO ACCIDENT
Dr. Walter Hood receive! the fol following
lowing following telegram this morning:1
Boca Grande, Fla:, Oct. 10.- (Hud (Hudson
son (Hudson Truitt was killed last night In a
motor car accident.
Mrs. W. IL Truitt.
Olr. Truitt was originally from
Columbus, Ga., and the family have
heen friends oL the Drs. Van and
Walter Hood of this city for many
1 f1 fi:iiv:;
FIKE THIS MOR:ING
"A small fire was discovered
morning in-one of the small '-frame ;
huildings opposite the Metropolitan
Bank. The department turned out j
on double-quick time, but found the
fife out when they reached the spot.
iMrs. James 'Holder, and smaller
children have gone to Citronellc,
where they resided1 for several years.
.Mr. iHolder is extensively engaged in
the naval stores (business In 2itron 2itron-elle
elle 2itron-elle and his family 'will: make their
home there for an indefinite period.
Salaries . .
Sundries . .
E. L. ept. .',
W. W. Dept.:
jection that I am able to discover
W. S. Bullock.
A request was read from (Mr. Ti. S
Rogers regarding redemption of
FOR SALE IA five passenger auto-; double tax payment.
mohile In good condition; cheap Mr. Louis R. Chazal presented a
Apply at the Star of-! written communication accompanied
10-10-12t pby the original plat of his new siib-
Total warrants drawn. .$4,109.69
Disbursed by City Treasurer During
General fund $1,570.36
Bond Interest fund .... . 475.00
Electric light fund ... . 2,162.66
Water works fund ..... . 596.64
Bal. on hand Oct. 1 :
General fund ... . . ... .$ 748.84
Bond interest fund 239.67
Sinking -fund ....... 1,640.54
1-1 -i- 1 t a. m .. r j
Water works fund ....... 162.79
Water works hond fund. 87.39
Outstanding scrip, Oct. 1, 1914:.
General fund .......... $ 18.55
Electric light fund 163.77
Water works fund. . 3.23
Total '.....$ 185.55
Respectfully submitted, ;
H. C. Sistrunk, Clerk.
3Ir. Jack Camp of the local iboard
oi scnooi trustees, asKea 'oy com
munication that the street depart
ment dump street excavation and
scraping soil on certain low places
on the high school grounds. Sam
was referred to the street committee
with power to act.
The street committee was instruct
ed to advertise for bids to lay side
walks on the streets covered hy the
recent ordinance, namely: Adam3
Wenona, Tuscawilla and South Third
said advertisement to commence Nor
All Hauls properly approved were
On application of the light and
water committee, Supt. J. A. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell of the water department, was
given a leave of absence for the cur-
t a one, a r
cent y an
I m m 'taf it t
Dr. V. V. Newsom returned this
afternoon from a few days' profes professional
sional professional visit In Orlando.
The best ice cream In town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders, a
exou Imo7 vhat
In -buying drugs here you are al
ways sure of tested quality and ab
solute purity. Gerig's. 10-7
Don't forget your papers will be
where you can find them if you use a
Globe-Wernick filing cabinet. The
Murray Company. 10-S-Jt
It having heen represented to
Sheriff Galloway that a disorderly
house was being run north of town,
he sent his deputies after the In
mates night .before last. In Justice
Ferguson's court ; this morning, .Mrs.
M. A. Kail was found not guilty of
keeping a disorderly house, and the
case against Andrew (Hall, accused of
vagrancy, was, continued. Hazel 'Per 'Perkins,
kins, 'Perkins, Bobbie .Barker, Eddie Sarlier
and Rachel Clifton pled guilty, bat
Justice Ferguson suspended sentence
on condition of their leaving town.
ti'ijjfiCijit beiore.- ;v
Some Oi the
i goods sells usual-
Ijlyat 25 ceiits per
Ipless than 15 c.
Fresh, shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGBR'S. 10-5
these sales dav
'i&m i. :V $
ii i m m
'J j .... J 4 i
IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK
"I like Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy
edy Remedy better than any other," writes
R, E. 'Roberts, 'Homer City, Pa. 'X
have -taken it off and on for years
and it has never failed to give the de desired
sired desired result." For sale hy all deal dealers,
ers, dealers, adv
Merely Woman's Prerogative.
A mere man objects to paying his
Trffe'8 millinery bill of $375 for five
hats all purchased in one week. He
claims they are not necessities. The.
idea! Just give any woman a chance!
Five hats! Why, they're absolutely
nothing! But any woman willing to
go through the ordeal of selecting
five hats and getting them to suit her
should be allowed to have as many
as she wts I It's hard work!
A truth has never yet been protested
at the Bank of Good Citizenship; while
a lie, which is only a counterfeit of
the truth, will seme day return to tha
Every yard warranted
m s j j
u if f g
tes. nr tf
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