7 if k
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IPIUBE OF WOT ADDS WEIGHT TO
LOOKS LIKE THE GEIfillS ,1AY SUCCEED III HI
"v DO ALLIED LEFI
Paris, Oct. 13. .Fierce fighting
on the right iwlng of Germany's great
army in 'France indicates that troops
have already arrived from Antwerp.
A considerable number have also re re-f
f re-f Enforced the Germans against Ghent.
COMING NKARER TO THK EXG EXG-'
' EXG-' LISH CHANNEL
.The fighting is getting nearer and
nearer the "English channel. German
cavalry is advancing in front of .the
infantry and field artillery.
FALL. OF GHENT REPORTED
The fighting at the north is being
carried on with unprecedented vio violence.
lence. violence. Ghent is reported fallen, ileav ileav-ing
ing ileav-ing only Bruges and Ostend in the
hands of the allies.
' FEARFUL CONDITIONS ALONG
THE LINE OF BATTLE
The battle tfine is now practically
250 miles long an4 an unspeakable
condition prevails along the months
old 'battle iine. The sickening stench
is nauseating to many of the troops.
GERMANS TAKE LILLE AGAIN
' '" "'L- -. -; -iParis,
Oct. 13. -It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the Germans -nave cap captured
tured captured Lille but the French made
some progress between Arras and
Albert and also at center of the bat battle
tle battle front.
-The censorship is tighter than
AVIATORS THREW BOMUS INTO
Ostend.Oct. 13. -Three German
aeroplanes circles over Ostend last
eight, dropping two bombs. The pop population
ulation population is fleeing panic stricken to
England. The Germans have oc occupied
cupied occupied Ghent and are' proceeding
MAKING HEADWAY IN CENTER
Paris, Oct. 13. The 'German cap cap-of
of cap-of LiHe was effected with '40,000
troops, indicating that the Germans
are gaining in their counter-flanking
movements against the allies
left wing, and the kaiser's troops
will now sweep rapidljT to the coast.
The French claim gains between
Arras and Albert, southwest of Ldlls,
and -at center of the 'battle front in
the region of Berry and Au Eac.
DEATH OF AN
Rome, Oct. 13. It is reported that
Foreign Minister Sangiuliano is dead.
ENGLISH.. WOOLEN MILLS
- WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
Carn Building, OCALA, FLA.
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ARMIES WATCHED THE DEADLY
STRUGGLE OF FRENCH AND
' GERMAN AVUTORS
Paris, Oct. 13. An aerial battle,
fought a thousand feet high, was
witnessed and is confirmed by troops'
of both armies. It resulted in the
wrecking of the German aeroplane
and killing the aviator. Another
German machine escaped.
'MAKING READY AN AMENDMENT
TO THE AVAR TAX
Washington, Oct. 13. Senators
from the cotton growing states today
prepared to submit a Senate amend amendment
ment amendment to the war tax .bill, designed to
aid the farmers in the war crisis.
CLEAR MID COOL
IMMENSE CROWD TO SEE GREAT
GAME IN BOSTON Tins
Boston, Oct. 13. It is clear, cold
and -windy today. Thirty-six thou thousand
sand thousand is the attendance expected at
this afternoon's world's championship
game. Wagers are being made today
at odds of six to one- that the
Boston Braves will win the series
and five to four they will take today's
game. The ticket speculators are
reaping a rich harvest.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 2 Sets or 50cts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
OCALA, FLOKIM, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13,
CRACOW, WHERE AUSTRIANS ARE CONCENTRATING
.-' -y r'-'"':: -' -:.-:!-
Citadel of Cracow, on a cliff overlooking the Vistula, which the Austrian
stand against the Russian armies.
SAY THEY HAVE DRIVEN RUS RUSSIANS
SIANS RUSSIANS OUT. OF DISPUTED
iBerlin, via Amsterdam, Oct. 13.
It is officially stated that the : Ger Germans
mans Germans are masters of all Russian
Poland west of the Vistula river.
It is 'admitted that the Germans lost
some ground to .the (Russians in the
territory near East Prussian frontier,
but it Is declared this is of no con consequence
sequence consequence as they never planned to
occupy iSuwalki. t -v
Germans claim to liave conquered
the West Vistula province, roughly
estimated at over 7,000 square miles,
including a number of-, important
THE RESTLESS ZAPATA
And His J'artLsans Give People of
Mexico City a Scare
Mexica City, Oct. -13. An attack
Saturday night at 'San Angelo and
other suburbs of '.Mexico City by ad ad-herents
herents ad-herents of TE-meliano Zepata- caused
a reign of terror in the capital until
today. The suspense was relieved
when it iwast officially announced
that Zapata's followers had agreed
to cease all firing pending the peace
confernece between the northern
and southern constitutionalists gen generals
erals generals at Aguas Calienfes. The troub troubles
les troubles may .be satisfactorily adjusted.
SUNK A RUSSIAN SHIP
Another German Submarine Got in
Its Deadly Work
Petrbgrad, Oct. 13. An official
announcement says, that on. October
(11 the 'Russian armored cruiser Pal Pal-flada
flada Pal-flada -was torpedoed in the Baltic
Sea 'by a German submarine and
sank with all her crew.
ENGLISH AIR SHIPS
Is Claimed by Experts .Who Have
Watched Them in Operation
London, Oct. 12. "The Englisn
aeroplanes have proved to be more
than equal to those of the Germans,"
says the Paris correspondent of the
Times. "Especial success has 'been
Cracow was the capital of ancient Poland
secured with the new type of English
aeroplane called the 'Chaser,' which
is Capable of developing a speed -of
150 miles an hour and can rise from
the ground at a sharp angle.
'The German anti-airship guns
are so effective that it is unwise for
the British or French aviators to
fly lower than 600 feeti from the
"An air-man when under fire has
to keep up continual glides, sharp
turns and evolutions in order to (pre (prevent
vent (prevent the enemy from getting .accu .accurate
rate .accurate aim. Looping the tloop, how however
ever however Is, strictly 'forbiddem."
AND SAY THEY ARE CLOSE ON
THE HEELS OF THE FLY-"
Vienna, 'Oct. 13. The Austrian
general staff states that" the iElus'siau
retreat in GaJicia and Russian Poland
continues, with the Austro-'Germans
BY FALL OF ANTWERP, AND SHE
MAY DECLARE WAR ON
Berlini .Oct. 13. The .British am ambassador
bassador ambassador in Constantinople ordered
all women to leave the embassy to today,
day, today, j -"
The 'Russian BIack -Sea squadron
is sailing- southward. A crisis is on
REBELLION IN SOUTH AFRICA
Col. Maritz and His Partisans Try to
Set Up a Government of
- Their Own
London, Oct. 13. A Renter dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Capetown says that it is
officially announced that the troops
under Coil on el Maritz, 1 northwestern
Cape Providence, rebelled and tmar-
;tial law has (been, pro-claimed thru-
out the Union of South Africa.
CHASING Wi OUT
tin6!y : yvTT'.x : ....
' ; .,
armies are trying to reach for a last
and is very, strongly, fortified.
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OVER 120,000 'KILLED, DiSABMID
; AN D MISSING IN PRUSSIAN
(Berlin, Oct. 13. An official state state-meiit
meiit state-meiit today admits that the Prussian
army corps alone has lost 123,000
officers and anen killed, wounded and
missing since the war started
GERMANS IN POLAND OBLIGEH
TO STRIP DEAD TO CiiOTIIi:" J
Perograd, Oct. 1 3 The defeat of
the Austro-German army advancing
on Dandoniiners, Russian Poland on
the Vistula,; northeast of Cracow, is
officiajlly announced today.
The Germans lost an entire divis division
ion division In an engagement Relieved to "be
near the Vistula, Galicia
It Is (reported from the front that
the Germans are short of clothing,
the uniforms (being stripped from the
dead to clothe others.
German General GoTst is reported
i i j 1 1 1 1
GERMANS SAY RUSSIANS ARE
SPARING TIME FROM WAR
TO PERSECUTE THE
Berlin, Oct. 18, toy wireless to iSay iSay-ville.
ville. iSay-ville. (Official )The Russians Ciave
sent two regiments to ; suppress a
mutiny among Siberian reservists.
' Progroms 'have occurred in Bes Bessarabia
sarabia Bessarabia and Poland.
Our fountain service includes per perfect
fect perfect cleanliness in every detail.
Gerlg's, "A reliable drugstore." 10-7
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday, orders a
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London,' Oct. ii3.-That ;tl:o Gcr
mans -are rapidly, shifting their force
in "an attempt f to trcp
army and British forces that r led
in the defends of Antwerp, is 'indicat
ed by dispatches from three difTcTcnt
sou pecs today. Two showed th;xt t: c
Germans are moving rcpidly rc t t-ward
ward t-ward from Antwerp and a tl-lr! re reported
ported reported strong German- detach 13
moving cbrtliwcst f. 11. apparently Id
converge at Ostend.
An unconfirmed report t&uay i.yx
the Germans are bombarding En:;.:.",
fourteen mils southeast of Oiicr.d.
A neavy German forco is concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated around. Yprcs.
- The 'French cdmit the Gemat.3
if S jf tit :. ; il! i
belgian government (may
:jove fro: i ostij.vd to
4- V HAVRE' ;
, Bordeaux, Oct. 1,3.- -It is oZi
announced tLat the Belgian
ment will fbe transferred from C.
to 'Havre, "France, some of tlio
1 1 A
cials 'having already arrived at.
COSSACKS WERE NOT CRLi:L
Russians in 'Galicia Rclxavcd Better
Tlian Thoir Adversities
London, Oct. 13. A dispatch to
theHcuter Telegraph Company from
Amsterdam Eays that a tclcrr-m re received
ceived received form Vienna stater, that the
(Russians. In Galicia along the Vis Vistula'
tula' Vistula' are pursu cd ?jy th 3 Gcr::2n
troops. Many towns which a- fa;
dags ago were -held by the Rur ;;::;,,
are now under German ecmnicind.
It was said that the R'ssias; did net
'behave so ba'dly .3.the tiuthoTitles
expected, ZZven the Oo"ac!;s con conducted,
ducted, conducted, thcnsLClres humanely.
The best Ice cream In town .at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
Don't forget your papers will to
where you can find them if you 11:3 a
Globe-Wernic filing cabinet. Ti:3
G O Tit
THE OCALA EVENING STAK, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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General Election November a, 1914
FVyr United States Senator:
DUNCAN U. FDETOHER.
2:r Congressman, 2nd .District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. MoRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
T. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For State Senator, 20th District:
, GLENN TERRELL.
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
sFor Tax Assessor:
Fur Tax Collector:
V. L. COLBERT.
For County Treasurer:
JOHN CM. GRAHAM.
Vor County Commissioners:
V. D. CARN.
N. A. FORT.
S. H PYEES.
for iM embers of 'School Board:
G. S. SCOTT. ..
B. iR. BLITOH.
-J. S. GRANTHAM
The battle of the Aisne is not
battle. Its a Avar.
"The Times-Union calls him Wil William
liam William Travesty Jerome, which is one
of that paper's 'best 'hits.
'Colorado should ibe made a feder federal
al federal district and the national capital
should be removed to Denver.
Edison says the man of the future
will eat less. We have been thinking
U- & C a. 5 ,T i.
of the present is eating less. (He has
The Germans are proud over the
fact .that the capture of Antwerp
gjring9 them in less than 200 miles of
"London. But it wasn't that far from
Washington to fRiChmond in 1861, so
i . -1 . X A A.
German authorities deny the re report
port report that the people of iBrussels are
on the verge of starvation. They say
that Brussels is mow a part of the
German empire, and they will see to
it that the people do not suffer.
Two distinguished iFlorida ladies
"Have been announced by .their -friends
as candidates for the presidency of
the Florida branch ox tne uaugnters y tne commissioners decid decid-of
of decid-of the Confederacy. One is the pres- ,M ,wife sllo,uM not
ent honored Incumbent, Sister Es-
t-her Cariotta, and the .other is IMiss
Caroline M. Brevard of Tallahassee.
That lady legislator In Colorado,
who proposed that all the Immoral
men be segregated, was 'brilliant but
ImDractical. If all the men whom the
rigid advocates of social purity con
sider immoral were segregated, there
wouldn't be enough 'left in the or ordinary
dinary ordinary affairs of life to attend to
the necessary work.
Jr. F. J. H. von Engelken, of Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, who was in Germany when the
war broke out, and Who 'has
been home from Europe for a few
weeks, gives some interesting ac-
counts of what he saw on the other
side. He was. some weeks with thej,
American consul in. 'Munich, and had
ood opportunity to see things
from the inside. He says that after
t2ie first few days of flurry, affairs in
r.prmanv went on much as usual,
TTie -large number of American tour
ists caught in Germany were well
looked after, the Germans making
o 1r in
special efforts to see that they suffer-
ed as little incouvt;uiriiw vooiw.
This care and courtesy was not only
Americans, 'but was extended to
the English, not a few of whom were
also caught in 'Germany by the war. of twelve years .before, fought princi princi-rlr
rlr princi-rlr von Engelken says 'he saw much pally by southern men, she had a
rrore imposition on Americans in
"England than in Germany, 'hotels and experienced soldiers. These, ad ad-oKiking
oKiking ad-oKiking a point of charging them a vantages overbalanced those of the
iii rate. 'He and a large number North in wealth and numbers for the
f other Americans had to come
arross the Atlantic in the steerage of
x.iMc"h i?nr and he -says many
( Foreign )
One year- in advance.
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance..
One month, in advance. . .
passengers, among them some Jadies,
had to put up not only with much
Inconvenience (which they expected)
out a good deal of insolence and
some ill treatment from the petty of
ficers of the ship, who tried to treat
these refined and well to do people In
the same way they treated the coarse
and dirty emigrants who generally
travel in the steerage.
PUBLIC OFFICIALS HIDING
ON RAILROAD PASSES
A few days ago, the state railroad
commission issued a statement show
ing that certain railroads in 'Florida
had issued 'passes to a number of
-public officials, the list including
(members of the legislature and offi
cers of the statccourts.
'It would be 'interesting to know
wfao these public servants are who,
holding positions of trust from the
public on the one hand, are com
promising themselves iby using rail railroad
road railroad passes on the other. We trust
their names may be -made known -so
that in the -'future their constituents
may at least .have the 'benefit of the
facts 'in the case.
It is 'both against the laws of Flor Florida
ida Florida and against public policy for a
public servant and particularly a
legislator or a court official to use
a railroad pass. Any man who as aspires
pires aspires to be a public servant should
have sufficient appreciation of his
duties and iris 'position to. forego his
ambition to serve in 'public office.
The two do not go together.
The railroad pass has been the
(most subtle and corrupting- influence
In American politics. That any 'pub
lic official should now have the pre
sumption to carry one Is almost past
comprehension. iPensacola Journal.
The railroad commission'' should
r -is-Ii the names of all officials who
ride on passes, and the next legisla legislature
ture legislature should raake it an offense,
punishable with fine, imprisonment
and removal 'from office, for any offi
cial to ride on a pass. The railroads
are fbigger than the state, own many
of the officials and don't have to obey
the law ibut the state might possibly
muster up power enough to punish
one of its own officers.
Something, that the St. Petersburg
city commission :has done recently
1 will be commended in many sections
where it is known. Some people
will wonder If the commissioners
were overstepping their authority.
shut all must agree that at is right. A
man, convicted of disor lerly con
duct: the charee 'beiner tirat he ,had
L,bused ,beaten hi9 wi3f sen.
,tenced to work sixty dayg for lthe
lbe -made, to suffer -for food and med-
itine during that time. IThe man's
time wwi ipe recKonea to oe worm o
a -week to the city and the money will
;be paid to the wife. This surely
seems to 'be the proper thing and If
it is not legal, then some way should
be found to make such an act1 legal
and popular. TimesUnion Sho:
It is mighty strange that with all
our improvement and altruism, an
universal law to this effect hasn't
been passed long ago.
Heuter's Telegram Company -has
received a dispatch from (Berlin via
Amsterdam, saying that Dr. Wilhelm
Rhode, director of the lierdln Koya
.Museums, Iras announced tha
neither the museums them selves, nor
1 the German government intends, to
retain the works of art brougnt into
Germany during the war. Such
works are removed merely to insure
The war in iEurope is something
like our civil war, on a much greater
In the beginning, the
1 nao cii cjm i cu 'mea iu tuc
average twere 'better horsemen 'and
ibetter marksmen than northern men,
and, on account of the SMexican war
Uarger proportion of skilled officers
first year or more. Then the longest
purse, the blockade (by sea and the
ever flowing tide of afresh men began
to tell. So it will be in Europe.
Germany. 'was the best prepared in
every material way, and was able to
carry out r orrest s maxim of "get
ting there first with the most men."
But the allies will have the most at
the last; they have the m-oney and
thej have the control of the sea.
With all her skill and science, Ger Germany
many Germany is not so well able to supply
her own needs as the South was to
supply her's. The end will be the
same, and it will not be so long com coming.
ing. coming. HONORARY MEMBERSHIP IN
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ing following appreciated notice:
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find enclosed honorary -membership
In the Florida Vegetable Marketing
Bureau, in exchange for the courtesy
you thave extended us in your rpub-
' "Dr. (R. T. Weaver,
Chairman 'Finance Committee."
WILL SOON ARRIVE
A special to the Times-Union
from Washington, says:
Senator iFletcher of iFlorida today
expressed his opinion on the floor of
the Senate that it would prohahly be
but a brief time jSefore ihe would
have rural credits legislation.
'He -had been called npon iby Sena Senator
tor Senator 'Gronna, of North 'Dakota, to
know why, inasmuch a9 the platform
of the Baltimore convention specific specifically
ally specifically called for this, legislation, noth nothing
ing nothing .had 'been done. 'He also declar declared
ed declared that had this legislation ibeen en
acted the farmers of the South
would not now (be crying out so piti pitifully
fully pitifully -to the national government to
save them from financial ruin.
In All Platforms
To this Senator Fletcher replied
in part: "I will say in refernce to
the provision in the democratic
platform, il am quite familar with
it, and t 'had some little part even in
preparing it and submitting it to the
committee. I also know there is a
provision quite as strong, if my re re-collectlon
collectlon re-collectlon is right, in the platforms
of the republican party, and tne pro progressive
gressive progressive party. So that all political
parties stand committed to the es establishment
tablishment establishment of a proper rural credit
system in .this country. There is no
question about that. The Senator
from North Dakota-'has 'been diligent
in proposing, steps in this' direction
and his resolution took some wtiat
the course of an amendment to the
agricultural ibfll, creating a commis
sion on rural credits to co-operate
with the American eommission as assembled
sembled assembled -under the auspices" of the
Southern Commercial Congress; of
which I happen to be president, laud
of "course, I am familar with their
Research In Europe
TDhe Senator will recall, undoubt
edly, that an actual study of the
various systems in European coun countries
tries countries was made toy this commission,
and that work is covered in Senate
Document 'No. 2Mr aid to he the
most authentic and complete and re reliable
liable reliable collection of data and Informa
tion on that great question in print
anywhere in the world.
"I will also call the Senator's at
tention to Senate 'Document iNo. 380,
whi'oh embraces the report of ,the
United States commission to this
body. The commission is -still in
existence and will have still further
report to make.
"Not only, as I said, to (both com committees
mittees committees of the 'House and Senate on
banking and currency, and they
Warn amnointed sub-committees on
rural credits, wliich gave ihearini
and made a study of the .various thills
wMrch shave ibeen Introduced and of
the whole question and recently they
ihave reported a ibill which, 'has 'been
referred to -the committee on bank
ing- and currency. J
Will Report Soon
.s soon as those committees can
take up the matter undoubtedly they
wiTl make a report. But I will say
to the Senator that while I am just
as impatient as he can possibly foe In
this matter and realize the great im
portance of it. to our agricultural In
terests and therefore. to the whole
country, I also recognize tnai 11 is s
question about which there is some
difference of opinion as to the exact
details, some lines or views leaain?
in the direction of direct govern
ment aid, while ton the other hand.
there is a conterition that sucn a
thing is not to (be thought of.
"Therefore, it will take a little
time to adjust these differences so
-cro im-nv nresent a measure, as
I believe eventually will ;he done,
which will meet the indorsement of
fVi vt thmiht and research on
TOM WEST WANTS
Palatka Times-Herald: Hon. Thos.
F. West denies the report that he
will be a candidate for governor in
the next primary, die will be con content
tent content with a second term as attorney attorney-general,
general, attorney-general, and then he will turn his
attention in the direction of the gov governorship
ernorship governorship or the United States Senate.
OPPORTUNITY TO OBTAIN
A GOOD OFFICE
Washington, Oct. 7, 1914.
Editor Star: I hand you with this
a copy of circular Xo. 966. If any
of our friends desire to take the ex examination
amination examination for this place, I would sug suggest
gest suggest that they do. so at Gainesville
and if they should pass, I will be very
glad to try to help them along.
With best wishes, I am.
Very truly your.
. iFrf'k Clark.
United States CivU-Service Examina Examination;
tion; Examination; for I ;eld Agent ('Male),
iNOVFIMBER 4, 1914
The .United States Civil Service
Commission annKnces an open com competitive
petitive competitive examination for field, agent.
for men only, on Nevemfber 4, 1914,
at the places 'mentioned in the lis:
printed hereon. "From the register of
ellgibles resulting from this examina examination
tion examination certification will be made to ill
vacancies in this position at$ 1,600 a
year, under the Bureau of Crop Es Estimates,
timates, Estimates, Department of Agriculture,
in the third, fourth, and eight dis districts,
tricts, districts, covering the states of West
Virginia, Virginia, Arkansas, Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, Tennessee, ; North Carolina,
South Carolina; (Georgia, IFlorida,
Alabama, Mississippi,' 'Lroliisiana, Tex Texas
as Texas and Oklahoma, and vacancies as
they may occur in positions, requir requiring
ing requiring similar qualifications, unless it is
found to 'be in the interest of the ser service
vice service to fill any vacancy by reinstate reinstate-ment,
ment, reinstate-ment, transfer, or promotion.
The duties of this position will con consist
sist consist of the collection and reporting
of information regarding acreages,
conditions, and yields of various
crops and data regarding farm "ani "animals.
mals. "animals. J ':, y: J; ;. 5
Competitors will be examined in
the following subjects which will
have the relative weights indicated:
Questions, relating to agricul-
: ture. . . . ...... m.. .-.
Arithmetic (including compu computations
tations computations involving- a know knowledge
ledge knowledge of statistics .......
Questions on crop reporting
methods . .. . , .....
tBducatfon and experience .
At least five years'" practical exper
ience in farming,.; and (a) an educa
tional training equivalent to a four four-year
year four-year course in a college or oiniversi-.
ty of Tecognized standing:, or (b) at
least three years' responsible practi
cal extperience in work involving- sta
tistical methods or statistical inquiry.
or (c) experience as a state statisti
cal agent, are prerequisites for con
sideration for this position.
Competitors who have graduated
from an agricultural college or wno
have 'had exceptional experience in
farming or in work involving statis
tical methods and statistical inquiry
will receive additional credit under
subject 4, and will ;be given prefer
ence in appointment.
Statements as toeducation and ex
perience are accepted su'bject to -veri
Age, 25 years or over on the date
of the examination.
(No sample questions of this examl-
nation will ibe furnished.
An applicant for this examination
must be a citizen of the United States
and must show that he Is a bona fide
resident of one of the states mention mentioned
ed mentioned above, or that he has been actually
domiciled in one of those states for a
period of at least five years immedi immediately
ately immediately preceeding- the date of this ex examination.
amination. examination. Each applicant "will be required to
suibmit to the examiner on the day
of the examination an unmounted
photograph of himself taken within
two years, lAn applicant who fails to
present such photograph wilL not be
admitted to the examination. Tin
types twill not be accepted.
Persons who meet the requirments
and desire this examination should at
once apply for (Form 1312, stating
the title of the examination for which
the form is desired, to the United
(States Civil Service Commission, at
Washington, T. C, or to the secre secretary
tary secretary of the -United States Civil Ser
vice Board at any place mentioned in
the list printed hereon. .No applica application
tion application -will ibe accepted unless properly
executed, excluding the medical cer
tificate and filed with the commission
at Washington in time to arrange for
the examination at the place selected
by the applicant. The exact title of
the examination as given at the head
of this announcement should be stat
ed in the application form.
In consequence of the removal of
Mr. J. N. Tolar to St. Petersburg
the fourth ward has only one repre
sentative in the city council. ;
IT IS NOT AN EXPENSE,
IIVY PAINTS AND "BRICHTEN
miKN TGOlT lMAKFS MI-.K iWOBTH- EIV1NG
HAVE A CIIEEBKUIi LCOKING HOUSE TO LIVK IN.
, OUB IA1NTS UCI1 THBIB CCIjOB ANI IST.
WE SHALL" HELP YCU
. J .
"MATCH" A Nil HARMONIZE.
DON'T RUIN YOUR BYES
DON'T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR EYES. A LIT LITTLE
TLE LITTLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME MAY SA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TES TED B Y AN EXPER T. THIS EXAMINA TION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES .WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT WILL SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
A. E. BURNETT
m soon be here and you will have to. consume more electric cur current.
rent. current. Why not prepare now by installing
They are now cheaper and more efficient than eS-er.
For the same current you are now consuming in carbon lamps
they will give three' times the Jlsht.
Come in and let us" demonstrate.
Xo. 0 North Main fitreet
BUT IT IS
SELECT THE COLO US THAT
To a Person Wiio Pricies
Himself on Ills Appeared
Clean, Fresh, -Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
AUik UCALA KVEMAG 6TAK. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1014
BOUND TO I5E A
ar:r.s and -settle. They
hir belongings and
L. D. Jcnes, commeral aezt o;
the .Mrc!nr.-tH and -Miners Transor-.
tat:3:n Ccrcrany, believes w ar-e
goirg to hive a great season thi?
;wintcr. Ir. cn -interview re;;or:ei to
the' Ti!r.e-Union, he says:
"In iew of the fact that the wjr
prevents curias from going abroa
I cnn conceive of no reason v by
Florida shouldn't have the greats:
year for tourists ani hraieseekeri
than it has ever had. Already t?;n t?;n-thlrds
thlrds t?;n-thlrds of the travel n the state at
present Is b?ing done by people from
other etates, who -have to come to
Florida thi3 early in the season that
hey might avoid the ruh. and n:
some quiet spot. ..
'"The general belief prevails thrs-i ;
out the state that the homeseekers There are" many times when one
will come In greater numbers ihanian questions another's actions and
ever before The exte-Ive advert- motives' 'Men act differently under
eer oeiore. 1 ne exteue aavert- 2i-ere:it circumstances. The ques-
ing the climate and lani in Ffcrila ition is, what would you do right now
toy .real estate 'people and the trans- ii: yo i nad a severe cold? Could
portation companies, has ten lei to
interest thousands who will ccmo i
to see for themselves.
hrmes an 1
te.'l their Jrlends cf the bright pros pros-psr.s
psr.s pros-psr.s hsre, pr-bal:!y causing them
to" come also, or at least advertising
;he state further.
"The tourist has everything desir desirable
able desirable here in the way of comfortable
r.nt trrnpKn? farHiMf! pntfria'n-
meats, scenery and climate. The'
;.jp!e are hospitable and the tourist
returns hc-.iie v'ith a gcod 'Impres 'Impression
sion 'Impression 3i :he state. Me tells his friends
cnl ass; year returns with ethers.
' Some come here merely with the
idea of looking-up- 'business pto. pto.-pects.
pects. pto.-pects. This class generally buys Iani
or invests In some enterprise, finally
TiecsmSng a resident -an I toaster for
ISNT LIKELY TO
WHAT WO ULD YOU DO
"At present half, of the farm3 in
Florida are owned and operate 1 by by-former
former by-former citizens of Western an 1
Northern states, who at some time
or other came here -as homeseekers i
and purchased land. Places that have have-(been
(been have-(been (barren, and uninhabited have
been bought and neat homes and j
"The Florida farmer is sellln:
just as much now as before the war
; you do better than to take Chamber
lain's Coujh Remedy? It i3 highly
j recommended by people who have
i;5e l it for years and know, its value.
The following from the New York
World supports what the Star said
three weeks ago about the difficulty
of "starving out" Germany.
In stating that Oerman) is not
"starved out" by the cessa-
! Delbruck is supported by independ independent
ent independent testimony. Olany foods are
cheaper in Berlin than New York.
Distress is apparently greater in
Vienna, though Austria-Hungary is
an agricultural country. These con contrasts
trasts contrasts are attributed to German ef efficiency.
ficiency. efficiency. ),
In 1903, 34p per cent, of the Ger German
man German people ?re still supported by
farming; in TS07 only. 27.9 per cent.
Of late years Germany has yearly
imported more than a .billion marks'
worth of cereals, and more than a
billion and a had f marks worth of
live animals, butter, eggs, fish, rice
and other foods. IMore than a. billion
marks have also ibeen spent lor
hi At wools. .Net imports of
Mr. O. E. Sarjjent, Peru, Ind., say.:
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth it3 weight in gold and I take
pleasure in recommending it." For
S2le by all dealers. adv
OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot
a la carte and lunches
and I can see nothing in this talk cf
hard times. The hotel proprietors
sire beginning to smile as the earlv
tcurist arrives. This Is one man that
keeps posted on what's going cn. H.e
knows that they will come in big
numbers and is preparing for them.
; IIClELESS LUNG TROUBLE
Iany recoveries from lung troubl troubl-'
' troubl-' es are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-i
IJoney. It strengthens the lungs,
i checks the cough and, give3 relief at
once. 3Ir. W. S. Wilkins, Gates, X.
C., writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Pine-
"Last year was the biggest sea- Tar-Honey in a case given up as
son In the history of the state, and. I hopeless and it effected a complete
. . ifiro" flpf n -hr.ttlp. nf 'Dr. Bells
can j Pine-Tar-Honey. If your cough is
will ; dry and hacking let, it trickle down
judging from past facts, it
readily he seen that this winter
"The tourist comes and brings
lousiness' to all enterprises and firms
in Florida. The homeseeker come
and tbuys land, settles -here and be becomes
comes becomes a citizen, thereby helping the
state in prosperity and growth.
"There-are fully over a thousand
homeseekers In the state now
have arrived within the past
months. The transportation an
railroad companies have
the threat, you will 'surely get reliaf.
Only 25c at your druggist. -tu-thrs-fri-wkly
farm produce have
IMuch of this vast deficit can be
made -up for a time from storage. In
farm animals, owing to the agraTlan
protection, Germany is relatively as
rich as AUstriaHungary, and will
gradually reduce her stock, trusting
to replace it at the end of the war.
(But the main factor in feeding the
nmrfman ivpionle for the 'present is
' Food substitutes are intelligently
np-ri in Germany. Industrialists out
of work are sent to help gather the
crops. Unpatriotic hoarding by pTi
EUROPE'S DEMAXDS OX
IRELAND'S MANY FLAGS
Says the New York World : The
first thought of the nations at war
was of their food supply, and when
their armies took the field in Bel Belgium
gium Belgium tand France, Americans at xwice
felt the higher prices for ttoe many
of the necessaries of life. As soin
as the lanes of the Atlantic we:re
made safe for shipping, enormis
cargoes of wheat and flour wte
started on their way to 'British aiii
With a winter campaign and a
iong war in. signt, a iinerent class ot
orders from Europe is pouring in
for relief of American manufactur
ers, xne isntish, irencn ana uous-
slans want huge quantities of blank
ets for the men in the trenches and
for horses. SFrance and Great Brit Brit-ain
ain Brit-ain are asking for bids for shoes for
their armies. There is a sudden de
mand for sheepskins for overcoals.
Our mills are cailled on liurriedly to
supply underwear, sox and gloves In
preparation ifor the cold weather
iirarness, leather 'and saddle-itrees
are needed at once. (A thousand au au-tbmoibile
tbmoibile au-tbmoibile trucks, said be for tlie
Russian's use, must toe producod
wtthout delay. -Half a million ree! 3
of itarbed-wire, tmeasuring approxi-
mately -123,000 miles, are to toe de
livered within the next few months
The shortage of hospital supplies
can be met only from America. Even
large "quantities of -crocks are de
When millions of men are engag engaged
ed engaged in wholesale destruction and s tt.e
industries of Europe are paralyzed
toy war, it toas -no choice tout to turn
to the one great nation where peacte
Harp, Deemed by Most People as Typ-
ically Irish, Vas Really Imposed
Upon the Country by an
ti. nTiatrantA liv 111! Hi 1 f
Plain .directions' are giv- 1
XOTICE OF DISSOLiUTIOX
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership of Paul J. Theus and
Robert L. Singleton as co-partners
tw0 ; lately doing business under the firm
,;name ana style or lneus-zachry Co.,
; is hereby mutual consent dissolved.
brought. Paul J. Theus.
them here and one half will bay Q-S-tues Robert L. Singleton.
en for preventing waste. A central centralized
ized centralized and olagarchic form, or govern government
ment government has its heavy handicaps, iBat
no one can' deny that in grave emer emergency
gency emergency it can do marvels for national
preservation by compelling the co cooperation
operation cooperation of its subjects for the
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. "I
have taken it off and on for years
and it has never failed to give the de desired
sired desired result." For sale toy all tell tellers.
ers. tellers. adv
Advertise in the STAR for results.
AMERICAN OFFICER'S OPINION
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 1914.
You who owe dues or sub sub-scriptions
scriptions sub-scriptions must respond!
Citizens of Ocala!
Do you want the record of your
city to become tarnished ? Or
shall it stand forth as the best
inland city in Florida?
IF SO, let us have immediate
See us at once.
JOHN L. EDWARDS,
J, E. CH ACE,
J. D; ROONEY,
J. M. MEFFERT,
A. C. COBB,
R. S. ROGERS,
Board of Governors Marion County Board of Trade.
Assistant Secretary JBreckinridga,
of the war department, and twenty
officers, who went to Europe on the
gold cruiser Teainessee soon after
the beginning of the war, have re returned
turned returned -'
One of the returning officers, Cap
tain iLobert Coleman, is quoted as
sa5ring that he was with the right
wing of the allied armies at the toftt toftt-t3e
t3e toftt-t3e of the ENIarne and that there
were -5,000,000 men engaged in the
battle.. .. : :
"The German retreat was due to
the lack of good food supiplies and
ammunition," he was quoted as say saying.
ing. saying. "The Germans will never again
get as near Paris as they have toeen.
The IFrench artillery, as I observed
it, was superior to that of the Ger Germans;
mans; Germans; tout the German cavalry was
better than that of the French.
"Every 'Frenchman knows that ; he
Is. fighting for the" existence of bis
country and he fights with all his
might." :. ''.;' V- ?
Captain Ckyleman was said to hsive
characterized as wonderful the bayo
net charges of the 'French troops, at j it
the battle of the iMarne. v
YOUR FAIili COLD NEEDS AT ATTENTION
No use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out instead.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery,; re relief
lief relief follows quickly. It checks your
nr and cnit-Vi oa irvnT" irrm o-Vi tx'QV
Pleasant, anticeptlc and healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle; of
Dr. King'" New Discovery and. Jseep
it in the house. "Our family coigh
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham-1
f m m A . '
oenain, ianonester, unio. ..ioney
back if not satisfied., but It nearly; al always
ways always helps. tues-thrus-f rl-vr
For Cleaning Tinware.
First wah the. tin in hot soapsuds
and wipe thoroughly dry. Then scour
with dry flour, applied with an old
aews paper .- r
What flag shall Ireland fly? This
Is a question that is again being dis
cussed, writes a London correspond-
mt of the New York Sun. .
"; Probably no country has had more
national flags than Ireland, eo that of
oil-time flags range of choice is by no
mwms restricted. The most ancient,
withcut doutt, is the "Spear and Ser Serpent,"
pent," Serpent," v said to commemorate the cur curing
ing curing by Moses of an ancestor, of Mile Mile-slus
slus Mile-slus who had been bitten by a snake.
Then there is the golden sunburst
upon a blue ground, emblem of Fionh
ilacCumhall's Fenian (militia). Blue
was always Ireland's national color
until 1798, when the United Irishmen,
to signify the blending of north and
south evolved a national color cf the
blue formed, by the amalgamation of
blue and orange namely, green.
Another flag is that which Crom Cromwell's
well's Cromwell's soldiers are reputed to have
seen when fighting the Kernes, a red
cross upon a golden ground. Opinions
as to whether such was ever a na national
tional national -emblem or not are divided,
many people believing it to have been
the arms of an Insurgent commander.
The three golden crowns upon a
blue ground is another emblem which
has not been overlooked. The design
appears today In the arms of Mun Mun-ster,
ster, Mun-ster, and the three crowns are said
to typify the tripje kingdoms of Dres Dres-,mond,
,mond, Dres-,mond, Thomond and Ormond. Any-
way, this flag was the emblem of Ire
land from 1170 to 1547, when Henry
VIII of England substituted the harp
for the three crowns, the reason be being
ing being that Henry was anxious that the
three crowns should not be confused
with the triple tiara of the pope, with
whom, at this juncture, Henry was
not on the best of terms.
Thus it comes about that the harp,
which is deemed as typically Irish,
was imposed upon Ireland' by an Eng English
lish English king; but had not the United
Irishmen, although they decrowned
the harp In 1798, adopted it as their
emblem; and Grattan's parliament
recognized the harp, although they
did not like the green ground', it is
hardly likely that the average Irish Irishman
man Irishman today would regard it as other
than an upstart burgee.
, Still another national device to be
considered Is the "Lamb Dearg
Eirinn," the Red Hand of Ireland,
which,- upon a "white ground, was
borne by Shane, and Hugh O'Neill's
armies that defeated Queen Eliza
The early hours of the nineteenth
century saw Ireland inflicted with the
St Patrick's Cross, a red satire upon
a white ground. What St Patrick
had to do with It nobody can say, but
some emblem or the other had got
to be incorporated in the British flag
upon the passing of the act of union.
and so the heralds did the rest.
Wherever they got the red satire from
is not known, but there Is
reason to believe that it was bor borrowed
rowed borrowed from the arms of Trinity col college,
lege, college, Dublin, which had In turn bor borrowed
rowed borrowed it from the Fitzgerald family.
In all probability, Ireland will
adopt the sunburst upon a bluo
ground, the chief reason being its an antiquity,
tiquity, antiquity, Its distinctly Irish originand
Its symbolism of Ireland rising to
take her proper place among the na nations.
tions. nations. But come what may, the ground
of the new flag Is going to be blue.
The. Sinn Peiners, are resolved upon
that, and that the flag's material shall
not be silk or cotton, but good Irish
I v V lAiiJLWi j
t i i
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A dainty Fall
Fabric, a real 25
DR. D. M. BONEY ;j
Eyesight specialist; office and labora laboratory
tory laboratory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision -wnere others
ail. 8-2 5-tf.
Pay Your 1915 Licenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that ,dafe
without first obtaining these licenses
is inv open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The taxJco; taxJco;-lector
lector taxJco;-lector will issue the license and fur fur-nish
nish fur-nish all blanks and other informslion
on request. Respectfully, H
W. E. Smith, County Judge. ;f
W. L. Colbert. Tax Collector. S-301
At Least One. if
"Every one has some secret sorrow,
says a philosophizing friend. "Even
the fattest an i joll lest 5f us a
skeleton K Ma -u d !.'
TONED UP THE SYSTEM
'"Chamberlain's Tablets have -done
mon fcr me than I ever dared hope
for," vrites iMrs. Esther Mae .Maker,
enerport, N. Y. "I used seferal
bottles of these tablets a few months
ao. They not only cured me of bil bilious
ious bilious attacks, sick headaches and5 that
j system." For sale by all dealersf-ad.
A prisoner's remarkable flow of
words caused great amusement at
Dublin sessions recently. A laborer
was charged -with stealing a pair of
"By what stretch of Imagination or
by what Inane processes of reasoning
can you assume that I stole the
boots?" he asked.
Addressing the court later, he said:
"I have always testified with the
utmost ardor and fervor of my soul
my high admiration for the courage,
discipline, and exalted Integrity and
inspiring honesty of the Dublin po police.
lice. police. I had some pious and artistic
pictures when arrested, and offered
them to" the police-sergeant for his
edification. I would servfe 40,000
years In jail rather than knuckle
down to the whimsical and, fantastic
You know what
Also a large
range of other
fabrics. No value
like it before.
Some of the
goods sells usual usually
ly usually at 25 cents per
yard, none for
less than 15c.
The captaia of a certain troopship
conveying a British cavalry regiment
to the cape was noted for his wit, and
at every opportunity that offered he
loosed his shafts of humor, to the
chagrin and embarrassment of their
targets. Sooner or later the stinger
gets stung, however; and this chronic
pun-artist was no exception to the
On one occasion, when about two
days out from port, he approached
a group of soldiers who were swab
blng the forward deck, and, singling
out a big, raw-boned Irish recruit who
was experiencing his first taste of
sailor's life, tie gravely asked:
"Can you steer the mainmast down
the forecastle stairs?"-
Quick as a flash came the reply:
"Yes, sor, I can, if you will stand
below and coil it up
Read what ye ye-are
are ye-are offering for
I these sales days:
WHITE CK. RATINE,
100 SQ. PERCALE,
Every yard warranted
, FAST COLOR.
Look at the UinSon
' ; V
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
. (If you nave any items for tills department call phone 106)
V' J NS Ml' : v
Thought for the Day
Iappiness is a roadside flo wer
grows beside the highway of obed obedience.'
ience.' obedience.' "Ve are put into the world to
overcome it, so 'let us fill our years
with happy ministrations and good
deed3. Time is our relentless enemy
and soon there will ibe nothing to
:j O V LAX w l
but the ghostly echoes
speak for us
of our deeds and thoughts, (therefore
let us guard well our words and let
.them not be a.sfumCMiog block to
. .. f
Mr. and 'M rs. W. J. Crosby of Citra
6oent today in .the city at the bed
side of their little sn Powe Crosby,
who. -we are please to state. Is rap-j
idly recovering frofn 'his recent very
serious operation at the Marion
Mrs. C. V. Roberts and Mrs. R. L.
Carter, who are so successfully con conducting
ducting conducting an afternoon study class for
the benefit of all puplls who wish to
bave assistance in lesson instruc instructions,
tions, instructions, are receiving additional pupils
almost every day. The ladles are
filling a long felt want, especially for
the busy mother, who cannot devote
the required time to her Child's study
JMrs. T. C. Carter, who has 'been
quite indisposed for the past several
days, Is somewhat improved today.
The many friends of .Rev. and tMrs.
' W. H. Coleman are delighted to wel welcome
come welcome them home again after an ab ab-'sence
'sence ab-'sence of many months, iMrs. Coleman
who has been very ill is seemingly
entirely recovered. Rev. and (Mrs.
Coleman spent Saturday as guests
of ,Mr.' and iMrs. Charles Howell and
family at Ixmell, coming to Ocala as
guests of Mr.?. (Lee 'Howell and fam family.,
ily., family., They e.xpect to get to housekeep housekeeping
ing housekeeping in their home today.
uurs-un. a. Lrxyra ana luiss .tumiiy
Stotesbury are expected 'home from
Toronto, Canada, about the twenty-
.nfth. : v.v
Mr. -aud fMrs. iRdbt. T. Adams have
as the guest their nephew, iMt. Fred
Stringfellow of Gainesville.
friends In the city yesterday, coming
up in the morning from her ihome at
Mr. And 'Mrs. Brew Jones and IMrs.
R. G Limbaugh of Williston were
the -week-end, guests of Mr. and iMrs;
J. W. White' and family. 1 v y
Mrs. JVrary -Bogie ana son rranit
left 'Saturday for a osit to friends in
Jacksonville, Savannah and OhaTlcs-
. ton. '
3I1S3 Nellie Cottlieb was the
dharming 'hostess this afternoon at
the young girls' auction club. The
three tables were placed in (Mrs.
The Better Wall-Board
THERE'S a better way to
, build walls than by using
lath and plaster. There's a
way to save the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor a way to cut on the
cost of material a way to build
better more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
BADGKR-BOARD is easy to ap apply.
ply. apply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourself. All the tools
needed are hammer and saw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Board wall can De pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
, Permanent Walls at
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permanent
wall. In winter it keeps the heat in
the cold out. Call and see a sample
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses. 4
Call on or write for prices
, and samples
State Agent, OCAL.A, KLA
1 yfilWv v I
Gottlieb's spacious sitting, room in
her apartments at the Arms House,
and were very lovely and attractive
with great bowls of crimson dahlia.
On the tables during the games -were
bowls of salted peanuts. CViiss Gott Gottlieb's
lieb's Gottlieb's guests beside the club mem
bers were M rs. Emmett Robinson,
'.Misses .Adele .Bittinger, Hester Dew-
ey and Annie Laurie Perry. At the
conclusion of the gams (Miss Gott Gottlieb
lieb Gottlieb assisted by .her mother served a
delicious course of stuffed crabs,
J puppy foot ".rolls, and dill pickles. The
club prize was a 'pretty deck of Con Congress
gress Congress playing, cards, and the, guest
prize, a dainty hand-embroidered
feroh ef. The afternoon with
!Mjss Gottlieb was one of great pleas
Kastern Star Sewing Circle
On account of death in the family
of the president of the Eastern Star
sewing circle, the meeting will be at
Yonge's hall Wednesday, 3:30 p. in.,
only to arrange for Leesburg trip.
Minds,' Not Tastes, Change
The whole difference between the
old woman and the new can ibe sum sum-med
med sum-med up today in a soup plate. It is
a feminine nature to like meringue
glace, but all, as iMiss Edna IClaer
points out, food is largely a matter
of "psychology." Tell a girl that
she must not eat a pickle and she
will; ; immediately (want one. Scold
her for eating chocolate creams and
he will nibble them clandestinely.
On the other hand, say nothing
about the pickle, ibut 'present tact tactfully
fully tactfully a 'bowl of chicken broth, and
the girl is apt to forgfet the pickle
and eat tine broth. iMiss Kllaer, grad graduate
uate graduate of the' Columbia School of do domestic
mestic domestic science, ihas under her super supervision
vision supervision the lunch arrangements 61
eighteen elementary schools, which
means thousands of luncheons,
though'not on a basis of 'balanced
nutrition economy and tehnpting-
ness. "I should say that at least
two-t-hirds of the girls shave come to
realize that they work .better and
feel .better 'when they barn ess their
desire for fluffy lunches," said Miss
Klaer. "Sweets are necessary, -but
should stand in their right propor proportion
tion proportion to the rest of the meal. Ginl
nature is only (human nature after
all. Offer it dishes that are tempt tempting,
ing, tempting, as well as wholesome, and little
old human nature will accept them
There will be a silver medal con
test held in the iPresbyterian church
The Woman's Mission Study class
is requested to meet tpromptly at the
tMethodist church 'Friday af ternoon at
IMrs. F. iMwaas is.spnaing
this week in Orlando as the guest of
3Irs. Stringer, mrs. Qwaras is in
Orlando especially to 'be in atten I-
ance upon tne camp meeting or xne
Seventh Day Adventists in session in
Mrs. Jack CRentz and little daugh-
ter, Emily of Ocala, are spending
severai weeKS nere wnn uirs, tteuiz h
parents, 'Mr. and iMrs. G. A. Davis.-
m m m
IMrs. W, A. Knight arrived home
this afternoon from an extended visit
to her sister, tMrs. James Knight and
family in Valdosta.
Little tMiss Virginia, daughter of
'.Mr. and IMrs. George Davis, is quite
iMrs. I. I. Strong has been quite ill
for, several days, ibut is feeling better
today. Her mother, .Mrs. I. N. Nioh-
ols of Belleview, is with her.
TWO HOUSES FOR RENT
fFor rent, two 8-room, 2-story
houses on North (Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
aights, water and otner modern con-
Now is the time to plant ,Rye for
pasture, ocaia seea cstore. j.u-j.-il
. m. rv 1 1.
Dr. W. K. Lane--Specialist, Eye,
Enr. Nose and Tliroat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
In buying drugs here you are al always
ways always sure of tested quality and ab
solute purity. Gerig's. 10-7
If you trade at Gerig's you are as-
sured of best service and quality. tf
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
ICE CREAM, all that
Implies, at KREGER'S.
Citizens' Committee, i Railroad Men
and Railroad Commissioners Ha:e
, a Lengthy Conference on the Un-
ion Passenger Station
DECISION' PROMISED IX
A representative of the Star sat
for two and a aalf hours in the court
room this morning' and listened to
those on the' different sides snake
their talks in the hearing called by
the Fl orida State Railroad J Commis Commission
sion Commission to go Into the union depot
proposition. ' I
Col. R. T. dtogers, chairman of
the Board of Trade's citizens com committee
mittee committee of ten, called on the differ different
ent different members to talk in behalf pftihe
union depot. :
The full commission namely:
Chairman Burr and Messrs. Blitch
and Dunn, were present and gave
their closest attention to all of the
talks, asking a good many.' questions
from all parties at interest and show showed
ed showed that they possessed a spflendJd
fund of information on' conditions
of railroads and Improvements of
this nature throughout the state, the
financial condition of the companies
and the state in general. ;V
lAs we cannot finish the report of
the proceedings ithat we desire to today,
day, today, and will have to continue it till
tomorrow, we will say now that the
gentlemen, through their spokesmen,
Mr. Rurr, said they would give the
matter their most careful attention
and would act on it at the earliest
moment and announce their decis decision,
ion, decision, 'but if such decision should 'be
(favorable o a depot, they wished to
say now that they were not in favor
of ordering it done just at this .time,
"When the financial condition of the
railroads are in such an 'unsatisfac 'unsatisfactory
tory 'unsatisfactory condition, and, in fact, aiot itill
ample time (had elapsed 'for .these
conditions to have been overcome.
iMr. J. D. Roon ey Secretary of the
Board of Trade; was the first speak speaker
er speaker on -the citizens committee. iMr.
Rooney gave a brief outline of the
movement Its 'beginning and results
down to date, of its needs and the
fact that a great majority of the bus business
iness business men of the city .had petitioned
ifn-r it -rn1 fhnt th-a 'TVAtitinTiin e' haH 1
been done in an un'Diasea way, tne
Board of Trade taking no side In the
matter until the .people toad express-
ed their wishes and ,the .matter had
.been ibrought before .the commission
in ue-SL,ap i uu sxu pw.iyyu I
3o9 names in -favor, a lew against
and a few indifferent. n
Qlr. tL. W: "Duval was the next
speaker. He said she -wouid class ills
few remarks in three subjects, first,
the necesSity of a union, depot; sec-
ona whether or not
the majority I
favor it, and, third, whetherror not
this is the opportune time to have It I
ordered As ithe opportune time,
fee Would leave that .to the irallroad
'commissioners, thev were the bet-
ter iudses. sHe realized the flnanciaJ
depression that the railroads were
laboring under and did not wish to
work them anv harm.
As to whether the people wanted
the !del)0tp the large number of sign
.aftr a fair and iinbiascd can
.ca f .h. v, tiia aa
not ibelieve that a counter petition
circulated today would change the
number either way to any extent.
As to its necessity, he would refer
to the 'schedules of trains, and JMr.
Duval gave a very comprehensive
statement of this part of the situa situation,
tion, situation, giving the arrival and depar departure
ture departure of all trains on all "roads. He
showed that seven trains arrive just
afternoon each day. within two
hours, and beginning next week two
more will arrive. Counting depar
tures, both of these numbers are
uouDiea. ine transrer or tne pas
.9 V 1 m a m .
sengers and their 'baggage from one
depot to another is quite an under
taking and much, expense and in
many cases the connections cannot
ibe made on account' of the narrow
margin of time, when a train mnv hp
ate d persons have to remaln over
, n the citv
a hundred white oassp.na'pra -traHinp'
K and the A. C. L. dew whpn
It only seated a quarter of that num
Mr. Frederick R. Hocker was next
called on.- He said he could scarce
ly do better tnan say amen to Ztfr.
Duval's talk, as ne had pretty well
covered tne situation, but would add
a few thoughts. sHe, as city attor-
ney for Ocala had seen the necessity
of policing two depots, having a man
J at each one, as the arrival and de
partures of the trains were so nearly
at the same time that one man could
not do the work. The policing was
a necessity tor tne protection or tne
public and the railroad companies
and a union depot would make this
i Sloe 1c
- . '. "..;....
: .. i ,, It:.' -: ::' V
. This year jwe have a
more complete : stock of
.,. .' ' : .' 1- :
than ever. ilNo mention
made as to CL
service much easier,
more tnorough. T-hat the transfer -of
i?assens:ers and -baggage wis a big
ftj&m and a ,hote mtlll toH thirn ne
guesto every de,y to
iheen left on ciccount of
failure to make connections.
.Mr. tD. E. iMcIver was the next
speaker called. He,. said -ttiat every
one in Ocala knew how hjartily An
.... i i- k .. .,..
favor of a union depot lm was and
(how Jong and lbard he hd .workd
fnr it5s anonnrnlishment. tie said he
nQt censui. either -railroad,
, f ndlti as they
xJsted The Ac L. baa,a ,fair de-
pot, but It would only seai z b wnite
passengers, and neither tvt t.he de depots
pots depots aTe what they, shouli :be: that
the tS,; A. X. depot was almost rotten
and entirefly inadequate drom t every
standpoint; that -that road's only ex
cuse for many years .for not ibuilding
a depot was that it knew ti union de-
pot would soon be callei for and
it could not afford to build both. At
both depots, freight trainsjpften arush
by or stand and blockftne traces
when passenger trains am due or in
the stations. This Is he est section
of the state, the iheart ofithe 'inland
country, rich' In resources and con contributed
tributed contributed imore to the support of the
railroads than almost an other sec
tion and had but little in; return and
he though-t Ocala sihoujd (have a
splendid uuion depot ordered by the
commission and foe for lone .would
never let .up till, such1 order was
IMr. iMcIver said he wuld use his
influence, if the order was made, .to
ihave the actual construction put off
till financial matters improved with
the railroads. iHe said sa large .num-
" .: f .. .-. ;
ber of traveling men cnade their
homes in Ocala, that 'by reason of
Its central location their number was
increasing all the time, and they,
too, were entitled to have better de
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREOBR'S. 10-8
Xew Crop Florida Seel Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
DEXXISOX'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'fl. 924-tf
need stationery, go ,to
FROZEX ;MIXTS the new chewing
um at KREGER'S. 105
Take Rexall Salts for that tired,
sleepy feeling. Gerig's. j 10-7
' ,v" V'. -ifi
For the fine
and classy styles
r-or-- the -value
any on the
: 11 M
. RQ03I ..AND BATH FOR A
larger and' wWm:
this shoe : ; P
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Room WithoutlBath 01.00
Running Water in Every Room in the House
Err A r-T a
ROQ3I AND BATH FOR A
A ood one-horse load
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for 0
18 inchs in length, different sizes, as it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
1 Sti's3 t'-rsi ttuwdf
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6 1. s
DOLLAR AND A HALF
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Cash on Delivery.
THE OCALA EVENING GTAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1014
Just Received a Solid Carload of
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FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate good on anylof 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 farther particulars apply to
Florida Passenger Agent,
West Bay Street,
ft I WW"
a- ia iJ ;
Standing rjr Sitting
you will find a suit of our making
retains its shape. That's hecause it
is tailored,' not merely -pressed,, into
the garments .Let us make you 1 a
suit for a trial. You'll not alone "be
better dressed than ever before, bat
you'll star that way. For our suits
retain their good looks till the last.
Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel
4 TTH TTv A"
: CEnoSce selectteffl, per gallon, $1.25
: Ciliolce gelectei, per barrel, 2.00
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We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
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Crystal River, Fla.
n i tb
rE 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 ENGINE WORKS,
"The Buick Agency.'
PHONE 271 OCALA, FTORIDA
TOO LW FOR THE PHILADELPHIA
Boston, Oct. 13.- The sexiest are
over and the Braves are 'champions.
. The game today was rapid and in interesting.'
teresting.' interesting.' The Athletics held their
own for the first three innings. Then
the Braves scored, and in the next
inning made two runs. The Ath Athletics
letics Athletics made one run In the fifth.
.Following is the score:
- R -H E
Phila . ..0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 01 7 0
Boston . 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 x 3 6 0
Batteries: Philadelphia, Shawkey
and Penriock and Schang; Boston,
Rudolph and Gowdy.
Rev. W. H. Coleman, former pas
tor of the Broadway church of Dis
ciples of this city, will conduct the
prayer meeting in the "Presbyterian
church iWednesday at 7j 30 p. m. A
cordial invitation Is extended to the
public and friends of air. Coleman to
attend this sen-ice.
AT WORK AGAIN
SAMUEIi P. ANTIIOXY 1
IllS . " f!
The Management ol DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical,' Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square; entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Liarger Quarters, 3Iore Fully Equipped and will be Run
Strictly. Upon Ethical Lines
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333
SILVER MEIXVL CONTEST
; AT BELLEVIEW
airs. .M. J. 'Sullivan, the superin-
tendent of the medal contest of Bele-
vde w, iheld a 'most successful contest
at that place on Friday night. There
was only three in the class, out they
all did beautifully, j The program
was as follows:
iSong,, "America," -Audience.'
Song, 'The Rum Saloons Sihali
Go" Double male quartet. V r
Reading: -'The Volunteer .Organ
ist."- v ,- -. : ';':v.:-;:"
0uet, "Tell Them SLittle 'Louise is
Dead," -"Misses. tBvans .'and 'Haff ner. 1
- - j
Contest. -;---,-rv-.i-'i.--.A:,-;-. ;-
The Sisters on a Strike yOLucille
An Old ran S4xry. 4Mary Oale.
Put Yourself In His Place Mag Maggie
gie Maggie Whisenant. 1
. Song. : ,-
Reading, "illow Johnnie Came
Home" Miss Sarah Bos worth. 1
Presentation of medal by -Mrs.
Sullivan. ; ( . :
.Song, "A-Saloondess v Nation In
Closing Song, "All Hail the Power
of Jesus' lName." .
Judges : Rev. J. L.r Jones, Mrs.
fFielding and CMlss (Robinson ; ref referee,
eree, referee, Mrk. G. ID; iWas'hburn. v
When there is a medal contest in
Belle view, nearly everyone turns out
hto it, and all are willing to .help.
It was a pretty sight .to see the. eight
men and eight ladies all in evening
dress and 'all in the choir singing
for temperance, and all marched by
the successful" contestant, .Miss '.Mag '.Maggie
gie '.Maggie Whisenani, and shook hands
with and congratulated her on her
success : -..", V- :
We' cannot refrain from giving
mention to the fact that all who took
part in the 'program did themselves
credit. Special mention should be
made of the contestants. They did
well, and the j udges report showed
that the two last ran very close, the v
.bein g -marked perfect in memo ry
The music was conducted iby (Mr.
O. M, Gale, -who also presided at the
organ. The choir consisted of
iMedames 'Fielding, Nott, Barrett,
Hames and Freeman; and the 'Misses
iEvans, IMerrill and Hackney; .Messrs.
Nott, Raymond and Frank Gale,
'Freeman and Winters Haines. They
made the "welkin ring." I heard a
remark made the next day that "it
was -the best music they ever heard
on that platform that is chorus
Mr. Thomas' violin got out of or order,
der, order, at' the last moment or we would
have had a first class solo. They
are very uncertain instruments.
The collection was good for the
times. The congregation was large,
seats having to toe brought from the
CM. E. church, and nearly eyery
home in the town was represented.
Had one closed their eyes during
the contest you would have thought
the room unoccupied, so perfectly
Who says Belle view is not all
Tight? If anyone does, why my ad
vice would be: "Well, least said,
quickest mended." 01. J. S.
Another old citizen cf Ocalal an answered
swered answered the last call when air. il P.
Anthony died at Port Inglis jlast
night. ,' -'. ...
Mr. Anthony was one of the col colony
ony colony of Indiana people who came to
this part of IFlorida almost iorty
years ago. The town of Anthony
was named after nis ifather, Mri? Ed Edwin
win Edwin C JAnthony of 31 uncle, Ihd.i one
of its original settlers.- Mr. Anthony
was born at iMuncie, CVIay 1, ?y852.
He was married 1 1874, and lived In
Florida about twenty-five years.
After the freeze of 1895, ihe and his
family "-went north for a timej ib ut
returned to Ocala some years? ago.
For the last r- .three years, (Mrl An Anthony
thony Anthony held a position with the j Port
Inglis "Terminal Co. at Port;.(nglis
and passed most of Oais time ali that
He leaves bis wife, CMrs. Ftinnie
Anthony, and three sons, tM'essrs.
Frank, Edwin C. and Samuel Iperry
Anthony of this city, and a daughter,
airs.r Mi C. (Webb of (Houston,5 ''rexas.
He was a most clever and t, genial
gentleman, and ) bis tpassing s rihgs
sorrow not only to '-'. 'his imnjediate
(relatives 'but to a great mitny in
tMarion -county and along the gulf
coast, where he was well knon.
IMr. Anthony's remains irill be
ibrougbt to Ocala this evening in the
6 o'clock train accom pan ied by his
sons, 'Messrs.;. Frank and Nd An -thonyl
who' went to Port Inilis by
j auto this morning. The fune .al ser
vices will be held to-morrow n jorning
at toe residence of x Mrs. Anjthony s
sister, CMrs. Swain, in Anthony, ', and
interment will he in the f ami bury burying
ing burying ground. tMcIver & MacKtiy have
charge of the arrangements.:!'
OF R. W.
Times-Union: ; Funeral services
over the body of R. W. Ditto were
held yesterday afternoon at 3. o'clock
from the-chapel of.-T (Marcus jConant,
Rev. J. A. Hendry officiating. The
following ; acted as pallbearer's: A.
W. -Fife, 'E. O'Donald, : j Av N.
O'Keefe, T. QI. Lett, Jr., W. JE. Ted Tedder
der Tedder and Jules Solomon. Tije inter interments
ments interments was in the family lot in Ever
CITY HEALTH OFFICER'S
REPORT FOR SEPltolBER
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t
! -Dal ry in sd ect ions and ntilk
aminations as follows:
. Purvis' Inspection 81 pgr cent.,
butter-fat 3.9, total solids, lSjJll, -bacteria
per C. C. 55,000; f
Hall Inspection 63 per cfen., but butted
ted butted fat 4.8, total solids lslod, bac bacteria
teria bacteria per C. C. 330,00 0. ;
CampbellInspection 78 'per cent.,
butter-fat 4., total solids lii.68, "bac "bacteria
teria "bacteria -per. C. ,Cvl-3 5,000. I
Hewitt Inspection 76 per
cent., hutter-fat 4.5, total solids
13.24, bacteria per C. C. 54,000.
Ocala 'Heights Inspection 90
-per cent., butter-fat 4:2, tctal solids
1 2 .5 8, (bacteria -per C. C. 40,00 0'.
Pyles Inspection 6 9 r jer cent.
Only huttPT and butter-mi'.k sold.
Roller -Inspectioh 57 :?er cent.
Only butter and hutter-milk sold.
CloseInspection 65 jper cent.
Only butter and-butter-'mllk sold.
Following, markets and ; (bakeries
marked good r Teuton,' j .Mordis,
Waldron, Chisena, Schlemmer, iFau iFau-sett,
sett, iFau-sett, Heintz, iMarsh, Golncan, L. P.
Dawklns, Joe. Daw kins, Sarasota,
Carter. ; ' ';
The following were grided
CC."-E. 'Lowe, Peter Paul. -!
ENGLISH WON ON
THE RIVER AISNE
London, Oct. 13. The Times cor correspondent
respondent correspondent south of the iisne says:
"At one center and that the xnoft
important the British victory on
the river Aisne is now complete. The
Germans have evacuated their,
trenches, leaving in some of them
many soldiers who died -from a se severe
vere severe visitation of typhoids They left
two of their heaviest guns in the
quarries, heavily cementod in plas plaster.1
ter.1 plaster.1 ... i :
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing
For-samples, prices, etc., call or write
Distributor of Badger Board for the
I I 1 ft 1 I I
"We Treat Your Clothes White.''
Dry Work, Done C Cent 3 Per Pour.3,
All Blankets and articles wathed
by hand, fwe; use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
I J ii h h u i-' n i
XL Pt, Kirin te.
. mi ion?
h V v iM
Wit 11 am
.1 t 'ft 1 I r : 'ft I, 1 ('51 1
tell i:yvr f&t
4f il! I
'1 'K 'U&inxri p-. : ill PI !iv' r'" ea Pfierrerrr rt? 1
oq apj ipMOPliirr i d: CO.. 3 diric. a
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ILLINOIS 3L1N DROWNED
' AT WINTER HAVEN
Winter Haven, Oct. 13. This
community was greatly shocked yes yesterday
terday yesterday to hear that (Frank Carahan,
of Benton, 111.,, had heen drowned
in Lake Elbert. 1
Mr. Carahan had just arrived the
day before with the Intention of lo locating.
cating. locating. He was stopping at the
home of .Mr. JHamhy and he and CMrs.
Hamby's 'brother, -who had also just
arrived" from illlinois, went swim swim-ing
ing swim-ing in front of the( Hamhy home.
5Ir. Carahan was seized with cramps
and drowned wltin a few moments
after entering the water.
, : BOORS ARE OI'E!
The city registration book3 are
open and those -who 'wish to vote in
the coming bond elections had .best
go to the city clerk's oflice 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, hut the fact that you
are correctly 'registered in the county
books will not entitle you to vote in
the city elections', iinless you are
registered in the city books.
The very latest INITIAL
TIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9
IDOBXFGS OF THE VAN' LOOWS
MS. HAS VV.
thing eue in
I have moved to the' Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of XEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. hi. BOBBITT.
1 1 FOItT KING AVENUE
! Wilbur Smith Co. J
E. C. SMITH, Mgr. 4
I Funeral Directors I
Office rhone 10. I
Xight Phone 04.
x All work given our personal j
Y attention and guaranteed fully, v
i 11 W. Oklawaha Avenue.
UIIDERTAKERS and EMBALHERS
fine Caskets and Bnrial Robes.
I. E. McIVER iind C. V. ROBERTS
t Funeral Directors
All Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER 104
V. ROBERTS... 305
Undertaking Office...'. 47
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, Fla, Expert worc
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.
For Good Vloocl
BIG Load for Ql.
Your Order will have
9 Immediate Attention.
! J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Ierchandise
Stock from Main Street, next dooi
to the City Mraket to ihe new
St. Georges Slock,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
ie will be pleased to see his friends
. IRST CLASS FAMDLTY GROCERIES
AXD COUNTRY PRODUCE
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made cn all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. "Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
ecu tractor In the city.
MS. HAS EvervTt ?5l J
ELlA im I I I
IX THE FIELD
WITH FOUR ARMIES
Gerard :Morgan, special correspon correspondent
dent correspondent in France of the London Tele Telegraph,
graph, Telegraph, writes his paper as follows:
I have been 1n
the field with four!
The life which not only the men
but the officers lead in operations
such as the battle of the Aisne, is
monotonous.. War is like a huge
machine Into which materials of dif different
ferent different sorts are thrown to emerge as
finished articles, each exactly like
The butcher of Rouen and the
j .Norfolk country squire go into the
'trench side by side. They sit .there
a few days and then are ordered
; forward in a blind man's buff of a
night attack. They struggle over a
few hundred yards of ground and
disappear altogether. In the army
lists they are then reported as
"wounded or missing.
Individuality does not count.
Army corps axe thrown about like
companies. Colonels and brigade
cammanders (become subalterns, and
many miles 'behind them, out of
j sight, the general staff works out the
movements of these huge units. No
one of less authority than a corps
commander has any idea of what is
rne Yencn army win ngnt wun.
all perseverance until the last man is;
killed, but the romance of (battle is i
gone and war has become -a business, j
From what I .have seen of
German soldiers I do not .think they
like it. The Germans are a credu- LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
lous people. They .have .been told Ocala Lodge Xo. 699, L. O. M.
their existence is threatened. Thatmets every Thursday at 8:30 p. n.
their cause is holy and that they visiting brethern always welcome ;o
cannot lose (because no one can 'beat I the lodge and club house on Mag-
the Germans. They have 'been sent
jto slaughter while bands play.
they are not fighting on their
Yet there is one thing in the Ger-i
man soldier's favor. He is ibeing i of. America, meets in Yonge's Hall
c nniti-nma'on- the second Thursday evening of
-permit. His trenches hej'ond
lAisne were waiting for him. His
smokeless traveling cooking stoves ;
torn ro 1 r-o -xr o '"h a n rl t.ht orvTYT cut It 1 Tl
hot. German soldiers have often) 0cala Lodge Xo 2S6f Benevolent
told me that these cooking stoves and Protective Order of Elks, meets
save their lives. 'the second and -fourth Tuesday even-
Dnlv the -2-encral staff is eettins:
?qv toleasure out of this war. It is
intellectual (pleasure, reports are
brought in, sifted, weighed against
each other, and finally oO.OOO troops
are sent forward a mile or two in
one place, or 'withdrawn in another.
It is all playing for, position; trying
to think a ttttfle deeper; a little fur-
ther. than .the the general staff on
the other side of the Aisne.
It is fascinating to the intellect
the greatest game in the -world
but the officers and men in the
trenches get none of that.
But Germany is one enormous
fortress, protected by the most com
plete system of defenses forty years',
of ftihought could devise. Germany
took mo chances on any one's neu- i
trality. She is as imuch protected
against Denmark, Holland, Belgium,
Switzerland and 'Austria as she is
against 'Russia and France. Once
within dts own borders, the German
army can no longer be outflanked.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by !ocal applications, as. they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear. There is only one way to cure i
J J il A I 1 1 i. XI I
al remelies. Deafness is caused by!
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. When
tnis tune is innamea you can near a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness Is the result, and unless the in-
flnmmntinn can Ihfi takpn out. and th!s
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 anucou3 sur surfaces.
faces. surfaces. We will give one huvidred dollais
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir-':
culars free. F. .J Cheney and Co., j
Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, I
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills forj
constipation. .- adv j
OPEN DA AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
THE OCA f-A KVK.ti TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13 1914
t GET HE C?UCJ
R1JH A, TH-fCVI
8ASi OUT A BATH
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN 3IASONIC LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Lodge No. 19. F. &
a. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam,' W. 31.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OP EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 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. 31.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in locge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
pcala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to .vis .visiting
iting .visiting brothers. Wni. Gober, C C.
Cha. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second ana-iourtn -riaay. visiting
sovereigns are always .welcome.
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J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CONCORDL LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal TJnion
leach montn. ,ueo. u. rayior.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO 280, B. P. O. E.
lngs m eacn montn. visiting Drein
ren always welcome. v;iuq
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
.Regular convocations of the Ocala
j Chapter No. 13,
t fourth Friday; ir
R. A. M., on the
in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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For reservations, tickets, etc.
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ivid description of the
of Dions was given 'by D. (Neville M.
(Hopkins of Washington, upon his
arrival in New York fromlf Liver Liver-pool.
pool. Liver-pool. TJr. 'Hopkins wras in Moscow
when the war broke out. lie im im-m
m im-m ediately offered his services I to the
Red Cross division of
They were accepted' ;j and he
went to the front Aug. : 24 4 Frdm
that time irat'il two weeks ; ago, (lie
said, he was constantly :i iindUr : fire.
"I was first under fire while I had!
the 'head of a 'wounded .'French sold soldier
ier soldier In my lap dressing a ) gaping
wound in the jaw," said Dr.
'- $ .... - -.
i4AUV4 Ik V. A W 'V AlrfU kX f 'tj KJ r
ncne of the mis-scls hit eitheif of us.
For an hour after that I -wais trader j
fire and the noise and the sights of
the battlefield almost resulted in my
complete col lapse. l saw UJundreds
of men torn to (pieces in a "few sec
onds. ;Horses were wiped from thej
sight by terriffic artillery fire of the;
Germans and wagons containing am-
munition and provisions were blown s
"It -was like the, work of
seen ihand. (I could see th ranks
filled one moment and in 'the next a
gaping ihole had been torn iut and
fifty men had disappeared. ;; j
"sin the retreat from M&ns the'
French made a stand at Lecateau.
They set tip a masked field 'battery;
and awaited the onslaught of the
Germans. The place chosen
was a i
large open field. Ten regiments of
German cavalry harrying the rear of
the allied forces charged aorcss the
fieild. When they got near enough
the 'lFrench batteries opened fire.
The slaughter was terrible. JFully
5,000' Germans were killenl in the
charge. Riderless and f wounded
horses dashed In all directions.
the retreat from! Mons at
one place near Cambria T saw the
English cavalry ride up to support
their infantry. It wa's a ronderful
sight. The men seemed to f he part
of the horses. They gailTcped like
mad and hundreds of hrave reiiows
were killed. But they drifve (back
the Germans. 'Nothing cajj describe
what a battlefield is like ninder.such
. ... - f
conditions. ; The dead (bodis of men
and horses lie every where,, piled on
top of each other. The m Use is so
great that the only way to communi-
oate (is Ibv sierns.
I witnessed one charge? of the
German Teath's Head f Hussars.
They were gallant and daring riders,
but scores of them were shot from
their horses." 1
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY 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 I of Sloan's
Liniment on the hack ijind loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all in 4 thru: the
sore tender muscles, limt) ters up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of Sloan's Linimeitt for 25
cents of any druggist and! have it In
the house against colds,! sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural-
jgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money hack if not satisfied, hut 4t
does give almost instant: relief
Extreme of Laziness.
"Noodles is the laziest man I know.
He has an invention fixed; so that by
merely pulling a wire In bed he can
light the fire; but that doesn't seem
to improve matters." "Why not?"
"He's too lazv to pull tne iwire."
Y'OUR STOMACH AND
A vigorous stomach, perfect work working
ing working liver and regular actiag bowels is
guaranteed if you use !Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They insure good di digestion,
gestion, digestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic itffect on the
whole system- purify the blood and
rid you of all body poisons thru the
bowels. Only 25c. at your drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrs-fri-w
Vhale's Thick hide.
The whale has the 'thickest hide of
any living creature. Its t!ide in places
attains a th!ckners of fully two feet.
i u -Tin in tt i.rrT rTt'..
Tcanis;F6r: Rent UQlx3(ariiI Hedv y-::.Eanl
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
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Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.
AM now in business for myself.
tail bar and Mail Order House. .'Lean give you the b.t taere
is, and as much as any one else
teen years In the business has taught, me what 'the public
and I am supplying that want. .
. JUST A SA3IPLE OF
Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin in lots of 2gal 2gal-lons
lons 2gal-lons or more, (S-j
at per gallon . JL 1
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2: gal gallons
lons gallons or more, l 7K
at per gallon'. vlt v
In Glass Jugs, Packed In two One Gallon Jags if you z.rcZc?
Make my place your headquarters. while in the city. You will bo
welcome and be treated right at all .times and ,on every transi transition
tion transition at "Johnny's Place." .' 0'
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft. :
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Pullman cars from Chicago, St.
intermediate points to Jacksonville.
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Remember, that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any 'other
Cincinnati, Louisville, csl
"Tn ry c :j
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
Hlllsboro Hotel, Tampa, 'Fla,
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J "DoisoniniL or
the naA cf tc'-n poisoned, from toxic, substances produced within the
body." This is a condlticn due to the stomach, hc?e!s, kidneys, liver, or
cores cf the bod izlZi.g to throw off the poisons. Aoi than 50 of adu.ts
arc suffering f ron this trouble. This is probably whyyca are.iffcnng fcoa
nervoui ncsi headaches, less of appetite, feck c f arabilion, and many ocr
symptoms produced by AutIntoxic2tica.Your whole sclera needs stimng up.
Xln Tztlat liquid Fraz) to liters rtf-m of Dr.
will remedy the trouble. It fcrt ds the sysien i &1?5rf2&5
expel accumulated poisons. It acts as a ionic ana rju... rsm why you shoes i
enables the body to eliminate V o-.vn poisons wjpcui fcJSSVEEifSS
any outside aid.. Obey Nature's varr.!ns. Your dealer w,u et .tww.
package of titles lr rr. irta JTrce, i o.. .... j ;rce iai. II-
SHOW PAST IN .ITS TRUTH
Buildings Which Have Survived Are
the Most Valuable Historical Rec Records
ords Records the World Has.
DOAN PEOPLE ARK ;t
HELPING' THE SOU til
It has been said that history was the j
written order of things. No doubt j
what had been written was of enor-1
In order io help conditions ia!the
South, the makers cf Joan's Kidcey
PilU, located on The northern border
of the United States, have decide; to
take part in the huy-a-bale nurre
mous value, but it was not all, and even jment vhi?h is "ceins earried out- in
I6"! 4 'IV. r-'A Ji
Flour and Eces are Pies and Cookies
' BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would Ypu Good Folks Do?
;. COME EARLY' AND AVOID THE RUSH.
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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 Water Fish m any quantity. ?
For further information address
Crystal River, Fla.
I You Will Taki; 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.
CDeala See l FaeMingi Co.'-
where we had a literature of the past j
it was in some cases not the greater
part of what conveyed the past to us,
said Prof. Flinders Pe trie, in London,
the Philadelphia Public Ledger states.
Where should we be in the under
standing of the ancient Greeks if there
were no statuary and no sculpture?
How could we understand their mag
nificent sense of accuracy, precision
and refinement if there were no archi
tecture to study? Many years ago,
with regard to the great question of
the restoration of the Parthenon, the
objection was made that no person
could ever gt to know precisely how
the columns ?re put together.
Professor ,trie thought it was only
a question ; measurements, and he
Dougnt a la .e in Ainens ana aia some
careful measurements. To his intense
surprise he found he could not detect
the errors: There were none. He
thought he was going to deal .with
tenths of an inch, but he found he had
to deal with hundredths, y How the
Greeks did it, he did not understand.
He could not comprehend the physical
means of doing it on that scale. That
was only an instance of how much a
building could teach them. Who could
appreciate the accuracy, the sense of
perfection and the sense of beauty, If
we had not these material remains?
Then, If they looked a little later,
let them consider how miserable was
the greater part of the histories of the
emperors. What did they understand
of Rome? They understood the Coli
seum the majesty of it and the
cruelty of it they could understand
the magnificent temples, the great
architecture, and they could see from
that what Rome was far better than
by reading all the imperial historians.
And If they looked a little later what
was there in the whole writings of the
thirteenth century which gave them
such a perfect picture of the medieval
mind as Salisbury cathedral?
He ventured to give these as illus
trations of the value of the material
civilization side by side with the civi civilization
lization civilization of the people, because he
thought they would enable them to
grasp perhaps more clearly how much
they. could ascertain and feel and know
about the civilization of which they
had material remains. They enabled
them to. understand the feelings, senti
ments and Ideals of those bygone men
from their literature. The question or
material evidence might seem a dead
and dull thing, but he ventured to
think they were as much a key to the
mental designs and powers as any
other form of expression.
Remembers Flora Temple.
Spectators at the United shoe ma
chinery trial yesterday in the United
States district court enjoyed the re repartee
partee repartee between- Judge Putnam and
Frederic P. Fish of counsel for tne
defense, says a Philadelphia paper. At Attorney
torney Attorney Fish was arguing on the patent
question involved in the anti-trust suit
against the United company, and as a
means of illustrating a point re remarked:
marked: remarked: "You can put a race;horso
In a plow and you can put a plow
horse in a race."
Here Judge Putnam Interrupted to
say: "Flora Temple was a plow horse.
"Yes," responded Attorney ,Fish,
but she soon got out of it. I remem
ber seeing her In a box car at Taun
"Why, I didn't think you were that
old," replied Judge Putnam.
"Oh, Lord," replied Attorney Fish,
you don't know what an old fellow I
am. I rememoer r iora -rempie weu.
and I know what her time was, too.
It was 2:27."
By this time the whole courtroom
full of lawyers and spectators was In
roars of laughter, and Judges Dodge
and Brown, sitting with Judge Put
nam, Joined'in the merriment.
behalf of the cotton raising industry.
(Accordingly, they are buying a jrale
of cc-U on from eash of their whole wholesale
sale wholesale customers who do business ibe-
Oa account of special elections to
be held in and for the City of Ocala tl
on the 27th and iJSth days of Octo-
W. WW 9.
n 9 m mm.
f '-I r.i
low the -'Mason and Dixcn line.
Light your automobile with islec islec-tric
tric islec-tric lights. For. particulars write
Box 1073, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-3ltd
WHY NOT PUBLISH IT?
When you want a fact to become
generally known, the right way Is z.i
publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kil'kins.
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 Chaniber Chaniber-laln's
laln's Chaniber-laln's Tablets hare done for Jme.
Thej have helped my digestion and
regulated my -bowel3. Since t.sing
them I have" been entirely well.'' For
sale by all dealers. alv
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get. a Brand New Tag fcr
The 1915 automobile licenses;Were
due Oct. 1st, IS 14. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnls license are doing
so in open violation of the laiirs of
Florida. All funds derived frori au
tomobile licenses,, for private u:!e go
into the road fun:!..
her, 1914, a special meeting of the
ritv rnnnril wns on this date at
council chamber for the purpose of j
revising the registration .hooks of
said city, and the following names
Ward No. 1. -As. A. Graham, J. E.
Gates, W. II. iilcGIahan (removed),
E .L. Ho weir (dead.)
Ward No. 2.- Elmer Decamp,
George Feltham, J. C. Geiger, Henry
F. Goeken, X. P. Ives, R. C. Muncas Muncas-ter,
ter, Muncas-ter, J. J. 'McCranle, L. M. Raysor, J.
ij. sKavsor. k. ii:. itavsor. avm i
Spencer Jr.. and J. H. Workman (re
moved.) T. C. Hall, Nathan Peyser,
and J G. Sinclair (dead.)
Ward No. 3. John B. Brown, Jim
Houston, C. T. -Hodges F R. Higgins,
M. Strauss, J. AL. Tison and Paul
Webber (removed.) Pat Gilien, J
W Lyles and J. H. JklcClymond I
Ward No. 4. T. L. Oekle, J. W.
Foniby, S. M. jGrrubbs. (removed.)
Dock Allen, J. J. Uierman, C. II
Beck, A. E. Delouest and Carlos L.
The city council will hear com
plaints at special meeting to be held
October 16, 1914, at 7:30 o'clock P.
M. for the purpose of restoring names
This the 26th day of September A.
D. 1914. iH. C. Sistrunk,
City clerk and ex-officio supervisor
of registration of the city of Ocala. tf
When the opportunity is oflerc I
yon? Our system of selling only
for SPOT CASH enables us to
sell goods at a lower pric3 than
you can get at a credit store. Ye
have no "dead beat" .accour
that the responsible custom. r
helps to pay. Call and let us con convince
vince convince you that we can save yoa
money on your GEOCEI1II33.
Next to Burnett's
On Fort Ki us Avenue
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.,
A skilled pharmacist will person person-aly
aly person-aly care for your prescription work,
if sent to Bitting & Knight. Phone
ELLIS PJEWS DEPOT.
P. A. EIjLIS, ?.Ianacr,
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
Letters Passed Around,
"Ferdy says he writes to 150 girls
regularly." "He .doesn't mean that
iterally. He means that he writes to
sne girl who goes to a seminary."
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Marion Comity Abstract Compaii
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
No More Disappointments
With my new help-
er and additional new ?
machinery I am able
to satisfy you
While You Wait I
Cat Trees Peanut-Thief Squirrel.
Policemen are reputed to have a
penchant for fruit-stand peanuts, but
the Judiciary square squirrels cause
the Greek who conducts the store op
posite City hall the most anguish, as
they are a thieving lot Hourly they
cross the street on foraging expedi expeditions,
tions, expeditions, but one nedrly came to grief,
says an exchange.
The squirrels became eo bold in
preying on the peanuts that the Greek
recently Installed a large cat as guard guardian
ian guardian of the stand. While the cat appar apparently
ently apparently was snoozing on the shady side
of the stand an unsuspecting squirrel
slipped 'up. The feline leaped and so
did the little thief, the latter up a
For nearly two hours the terrified
equirrel hung on a limb with Thomas
keeping a sharp vigil below. A fox
terrier came along about noon and
drove puss into the store. The squir squirrel
rel squirrel snatched a peanut and ran back
to the park In triumph. r
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l-PTA.. 'JLLL--l j-azz- tl Fort lUns Av.
. Petroleum for Germany.
Petroleum deposits of considerable
extent have been discovered near Ei Ei-tapetin
tapetin Ei-tapetin thef southwest of German New
Guinea, and the whole territory has,
subject to the consent of the impe imperial
rial imperial council, been declared a close re reserve
serve reserve in order that no mining claims
may be established by private indi individuals
viduals individuals or concerns. It is expected
that the reichstag will vote $125,000
to be spent by the local authori authorities
ties authorities in boring and prospecting. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing definite so far is known concern concerning
ing concerning the quality of the petroleum or the
extent of the supply.
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- taste denotes
decay and is
J often found
in beer from
Why take the risk?
The Brown Bottle
protects Schlitz pur purity
ity purity from the brew brew-ery
ery brew-ery to your glass.
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
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THE OCAH1 EVENING STAK, TUESDAY OCTOBEI1 13. 10M
OSlks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Pythian Sisters meet tonigbt.
Masons meet Thursday night.
Wobse meet Thursday evening.
New novels at The (Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 10-8-3t
A Hughes Cole of Coleman was at
Sthe Harrington last eight.
The very latest novels at KREG KREG-ER'S.
ER'S. KREG-ER'S. 10-3
iMr. W. J. Frink left this morning
In his car for Jacksonville.
That library entertainment is go going
ing going to le a peach. Lrook out for it.
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the -water at KREGER'S. tf
Justice Ferguson has his t office
well situated in the grand jury room
of the courthouse.
Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14 is (Bitting &
CMr. iE. F. Coney 'has .returned.
Tampa after a week-end visit
friends in this city.
IOE CREA3I, all that
Implies, at KREGER'S.
iMr. J. M. feffert is some prophet.
Wednesday night-fte said Antwerp
would fall. Friday noon it tumbl
JMr. D. iR. Zetrouer, democratic
committeeman -from Geiger -precinct,
and a first-class farmer, was trans transacting
acting transacting ibuslness in town (Monday. He
lias a considerable number of fine
beef cattle for sale.
IMr. J. W. Ward,' Jr., formerly of
Floral City, was in town today, re renewing
newing renewing acquaintances with ihis leg leg-Ion
Ion leg-Ion of old friends. Mr. Ward Is now
at (Ashmore, out in West Florida,
where he has 22,000-acres of fin6
land, but 'he has not lost his interest
In people and affairs over this way.
Messrs. iR. 'Hudson Burr, (Newton
A. Blitch and "Royal C. unn, mem members
bers members of; the state railroad commis commission,
sion, commission, are at the Harrington.
Ben Waas of Tombstone, Ariz., is
at trie Harrington. Tombstone, In
spite of its name, Is a live town. They
say all its dead ones are in the cem cemetery,
etery, cemetery, and If such be the case ithas
m sreat advantage over many other
Ir. William Trantham left
afternoon .for Jacksonville enrou
Boston, where the will visit his sister,
Mrs. Dan Sinclair before
This report is made
vations taken daily by
Weihe, official observer
Generally fair south
portion; showers north
night or Wednesday.
from obser obser-Mr.
Mr. obser-Mr. F. G. B.
for the gov-
'Max. Mln. Tt'.F.
I. ...... .81 67 1.3C
2 ... .82 69
3. .82 67 .41
4. 83 66 .38
5 84 67
6 .84 68 .45
7 .....83 68 ..
8 ...83 68
9 .82 65
10 82 64
II. .... ...84 65 '..
12 ... i .... 83 61 .
LINOTYPE 3I,TS FOR SALE
X This office will sell the two-
V letter font of matrices, 8 pt. No. f
$ 1 with bold face No. 2, from
which the paper Is set, for $25 X
, vbu. i'ue print oi,. me paper
shows their condition. The font
is full and complete. The Star, X
TWOMBkY'S USEFUL TOY
Smart Engineer Devises a Miniature
. Tampa Tribune: Alexander, H.
T wontbly engineer who drew the
plans and directed the survey for
the Imhoff sanitary sewer system
which is 'being installed in Tampa,
and who has supervision of the wor
in progress, recently has finished
drawings for a model of the smallest
sewer system in the world.
The plans and specifications
which the consulting engineer has
prepared call for construction? of a
system, complete in every detail,
that will be l14x2 feet in dimen dimensions.
sions. dimensions. The model of Imhoff system
111 X- J
teqsiv than the $800,000 system
pon wnicn nunareas or men win
work for a year in Tampa.
The model Is to be made for the
iFlorida State Board of 'Health which
(has endorsed the Jmhoff system. It
has been carried further in its (per (perfection
fection (perfection than the Tampa system, in
that the model is extended to the
dosing tank, and sprinkling filter, ex extensions,
tensions, extensions, of tne system to 'be install installed
ed installed in Tampa, and designed for use
in those communities where water
supply might posfbly be affected.
.En gineer Twombly has in his pos possession
session possession a sample of sludge itaken
from an Imhoff .tank. Jt ibears the
appearance of a crust of "brown earth
from wnich all objectionable quali qualities
ties qualities have disappeared.
The model which the engineer has
drawn for the board of health is to be
used for exhibition. CMr. Twombly
said that Should it be desirable it
could "be put to a practical test and
woudd do all the work that is done
by the most complete and extended
liis position in Washington. This was
Mr. Trantham's first visit here in
twenty years and ihis host of friends
tiave greatly enjoyed seeing him
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, (Messrs.T. 'D. Lancaster, Jr.,
and IF. K. Variiefvoort were instruct instructed
ed instructed in their dutiesab pages and 3Ir.
tQ j Oeorge !Xash wasf admitted to f ull
knlgnthood. The meeting was large largely
ly largely attended and the talk for the
good of the order ,was unusually
There was a very interesting base base-ball
ball base-ball game yesterday evening ibetween
the 6th and 7t vs, the 8th? grade,
the 6th and 7th grades (being defeat defeated
ed defeated by a score of 4 to 0. ;The feature
of the game was! the pitching be between
tween between (Ralph Caldwell and Norman
Horn, Caldwell pitching a snut-out
game, and giving up .four -hits
against Horn's four. In the latter
part of the game, with men on bases
for the 6th and 7th, Jones' pegging
cut men off at second and kept them
from' scoring on three occasions. The
line-ups were as follows: r ,"
Eighth Grade: Cecil R, Jones c;,
Caldwell p; Strunk lst;'Ciayton 2nd;
White 3 rd ; Hardage ss ; W. iMooro iMooro-head
head iMooro-head If; Rentz and Berry, cf; Wellie
iMeffert rf. Cecil R. 'Jones was the
manager of this team. ;
Seventh Grade: R. Hall c; T.- Horn
P ; Reiser 1st; Slott 2nd ; 1. C.
Standley 3rd ; Joe Brooks v ss'; ,W.
Canova Jff Smith cf; Emerson Sapp
rf. Joe Brooks was the manager of
ST. LEO WON
FROM SAN ANTONIO
On the diamond on the campus of
St. Leo College, (Saturday, Oct. 10,
the college team won a. game from
the'San Antonio Giants by a. score
28 to '5, The St. Leo boys made so'
many runs that it looked like they
were having a procession around the
ibases. 'Laurie tBenjamin," of this city
played shortstop for St. Leo..
DROIT BOMBS IN DUSSELDORF
London, Oct. 1'3. -The secretary of
the admiralty announces that Squad Squadron
ron Squadron Commander Grey reports that, as
authorized, he carried out, with Lieu Lieutenants
tenants Lieutenants ;R. L.? G. larix and S. V.
Sippe, a successful attack on a THis THis-seldorf
seldorf THis-seldorf airship shed. tv
Lieut., iMarix's bombs, dropped
from a high of 500 feet, hit tbe shed,
went through the iroof and destroyed
a Zeppelin. Flames were observed
500 feet tiigh, the result of the light lighting
ing lighting of .the gas of an airship. All
three officers are safe, tbut their aero aeroplanes
planes aeroplanes thave been dost. The feat
would appear in every Tespect to be
remarkable, having regard to the dis distance
tance distance of over 100 iniiles penetrated
into country Oi eld by the enemy and
46 the 'fact that a previousj 'attack
had put the enemy on their guard
and enabled, them to mount anti antiaircraft
aircraft antiaircraft guns.: . '!' :
(Marshal Adams was consulting the
Star Sunday afternoon about putting
a "for rent" ad. in the paper. But
an ihour.or two later he picked oip'a
id. and d., and the Jail had to stay
ton the job. -It doors are open most
of the tim now, tho.
Mr. G. W. iBrant was in the city
Saturday from his thome at Lake
'Bryant with a load of fine oranges.
Lake .Bryant is a favored orange sec section.
tion. section. .Mr. rant says the fruit is
larger this year than usual.
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
That new sidewalk in front of the
vacant lot south of the post office is a
great improvement. Ndw, then, if
J CMr. (Ray will put -up a fine .building
on the said Hot, our joy will be f uller.
Airics cf Hotter no Dox&t Pre Pre-verb
verb Pre-verb Dacskter Untindy End
. Keadyy Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If ycu suifer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists. j
Write C&attarooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
Adrisory Dept- Chattanooga, Tenn,. for Srcfl
Jnttrutticns on your case and 64-pace book. "Horw
Treattrect lor Women.-in plain wrapper. N.C IZ
Mr. Arthur T. Williams, a leadiag
citizen of Jacksonville and all Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, was at the Harrington last
A few days aero, a straneer In
town left a queer looking pistol in
charge of the clerks at Gerig's drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. It has four barrels, which in instead
stead instead of Jbeing in a cylinder are in a
vertical line. The barrel-piece is
separate, but fits tightly in its place
in the stock. It is supplied with
cogs, Which catch on a spring work worked
ed worked 'by the trigger. When the trigger
is pulled and a shot Is fired, the
spring engages a cog and raises the
barrelpiece, bringing a fresfli cart cartridge
ridge cartridge in line with the firing pin. The
fourth shot Sifts the barrelpiece al almost
most almost out of the stock, in a position
where It can foe reloaded, "and pushei
down for another round. It carries
a 25 caliber cartridge. The poplet
is of Belgian manufacture, (but docs
not look like it would be effective
Mr. C. P. Hfycraft, one of the
solid farmersof he 'Fellowship sec section,
tion, section, -was In jfownl Saturday and paid
the Star anja-pffreciated call.
resh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN
DIES at KREGER'S. V 10-5
Purity in drugs Is everything, Bit
ing & Knight have only that kind:
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t ;
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local deeds
FOR SA1JE- Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED B right, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
; Florida Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tarn
, -pa, Fla. 10-5-12t
FOR 'RENT -Six room cottage, all
modern conveniences. Apply Stnr
FOR :RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping near
postoffice; reasonable rates; ad address
dress address 206 N. iMain street, or Char Charles
les Charles iMoLucas, Ocala 'House barber
FOR "RENT A ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close in; all
modern conveniences. Xpply ,at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR SLVLiE l five passenger auto automobile
mobile automobile in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-10-12t
FOR RENT -After Oct. 20, the cot cottage
tage cottage belonging to Dr. E. Van "Hobd
at corner of Tuscawilla and South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath ; electric lights; gas
in kitchen;, tbroad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
. '104. 10-13 : i
., "nli ; 1 -f:
rm n r
ll)h VI A
t..l..,;llX. fca e ?i,;n vjr '."Sir.
l i i :
rTT,HIS is a store that is entirely different from the rest. This is the kind cr a
ii store I am opening. I have an important mission in which I Ir. One Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Per Cent. Projit can have no part. This store will show you that depsnd depsnd-able
able depsnd-able merchandise clan be sold at small prices, and-yet yield a profit, I will
save you money, aiid sell things for less than you have been pyin. This ic
rather a broad statiement to make, but I do not ask you to take my word for it,
come and make mef prove it.
Iw me' ive yon n
Straight ft:rwa iio v tli 3
cost of livihg can be reduced. I ai a "sDscialict.
in low prices, and my competitors, hones c ccri-
I want you 1:0 know it, but I do not expect you to believe it until
you have seen for yourself, and bear in mind that, the principles
of the store will be as follows:
I J f in t
J 1 i J
ne lriGQ to AH and in
Kloro GojQfJs for tto Stki Hi
'iteii ;:rv;p :;;'v 1
vAJll Sl-S;-3 13 0 Oil
TBI A' :
Fruit of the (Doom known the World
over for its quali
ten yards for f
over, for its quality, a yard wide,
. ;r. .
Men's Blue Chambry ijhirts, Amos Amos-keag
keag Amos-keag Chambry, .f uir.fcize, 50c val value,
ue, value, for : . . .... ... ........ .
iMore Goods for SSame fMoney;'
Same Goids. for liess 'Money.
La'dies Black4 Silk Hose, the- ibe&t
25c nose ion the marjset, for. ... .
Orore Goods for Same aioney.
iMen's GElastic Seam J.rawers, genur
ine Pepperell, Girard', all eizes..!
10 yards. Amoskeag Staple. Gingham,
Afull line to select libm . .v. .
iMore -Goods for Same IMoney.
'Per Paper ....
(Fo r ...... : . '.
Jozen ... ...
LADIES, ulTTEyTION PIEASE
A combination of hig-h gra4e
' Toilet Specialties. itmpress tFace
Powder, dime Mr;!e Cucumber
Oream, Empress Peroxide cream.
impress .Baby oap IDrug store
rrice $1.75 Soedal'-for Combina
tion, only ...U... .,.' y j
L I m i
BeMings Satin, 3G x;Uo,
known the world over as th.
best for linings ami- -trimrr.i'
and sells for $1.25 a ycrd. Si 3
Colors;, Creen, Gray,J. Red
' Lavender. '
Silk IStripe'd 'Ratiner regular 0c v;:l v;:l-ue.
ue. v;:l-ue. Special, a yard
Silk Striped Charmeue. 'in the Ic-d-.
'leg shades, 35c value. Special..-
'4. if' y -. yy: 't "'-' v y i:'-c y '' -?.
20 Second-Hand t Sewing Machines,
4 all in good running order, tAnd tAnd-ard
ard tAnd-ard makes, ; such "r, s Ginger, White,
; -Xew 'Home, Wheel pr & Wilson,
i. Domestic, all B'ox Tops. Special.
You can use ilhem for teveral
years and then any machine agent
will allow you. from $10 to $20 for
one of them in buying "a new rsa-
y:yyH yp-yy -yyU f yyy yy-y
chine. I will not' have enough to go
around; you better get yours first.
Regular 25c iHouso rooms,
1 n 0
. Qfore Goods for Same Money."
Same Goods for lezs :Mo:iey.
6 -Quart Enameletl Berlin Sauce Pot,
riveted side handles.
4 -Quart Sauce Psiin, ;blue and white
lipped, rivete! over handle, ?
'hole foi hanging.
- -r -
2 -Quart Cray Enameled Coffee Pot,
, riveted 'handle, -hinged.'' tin ;
"t-:.'-:-?V5'.f''J":'j:':--i";"''';; "-' : :i'..'-rV :-. "" -""V.":
- Seamless Wash Basin, blue and white
' enameled, bole for hanging.
Any of the above pieces for 10c to every purchaser of a dollar or over.
They are 50c valttes. See them in our window and you will notice their value
at a glance. :
4 .aMe.EDaj3 lees Ldeznsy
" Jalic Kleie's Former SfoFe.
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PHioime '253; '. ea': FEci'llcZd