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GlItiS OF BRITISH FLEET TAKE ART
REPORTS THAT GERMANS
. London, Oct. 21. Today, the an anniversary
niversary anniversary of iXelson's great victory
at Trafalgar, found (British warships
co-op-e raiting with 'the land forces in
repelling attacks of the Germans,
who are attempting to1 drives their
way thru "Belgium to the French
coast. A squadron of Briti sir war warships
ships warships shelled the German position
. near CVliddlekerke, 'forcing the Ger Ger-tmans
tmans Ger-tmans 'to retreat inland. V
GERMANS ARE WORRRIED V,
A Times 'dispatch states that .'"lat .'"latest
est .'"latest developments have caused great
unrest among !the German's. All fes festivities
tivities festivities and all available Germans
rushed to Nieuport, A German gen general
eral general has suicided.
A Ohrcnicla tdlapatch says that
the allies have recaptured Bruges,
but this Is uncredited. V-
GERMAN SIEGE GUNS ARE UP
Paris, Oct. 21. Both allies and
Germans are fortifying in !the ex extreme
treme extreme north. The German siege ar artillery,
tillery, artillery, jhas reached jthe (front. t ,: '.
LYlthough the -tide of hostilities in
the north has been swinging back
and. forth over French and Belgian
soil -with great violence, any -decisive
result 1s yet unapparent.
EXPECT VERDUN TO HOLD OUT
The allies are strengthening their
Sines with 'heavy detachments of
French and "British marines. The
war office is con fi dent that Verdun
.will be able to hold out.
ALLIES GAIX XO GROXUD XEAR
Flushing, Oct. 21. Osteird is
still held by the Germans. Desperate
fighting1 continues hut the allies
are unable to gain ground.
BETWEEN GERMANS AND HOS HOSTILE
TILE HOSTILE SUBMARINES REPORT REPORT-ED
ED REPORT-ED FROM SWEDEN
Stockholm, Oct. 21. 33t Is report reported
ed reported that an engagement "between Ger German
man German torpedo heats -and hostile sub submarines
marines submarines is going on tin the Baltic Sea
near (Rugen Island, just off the
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IS NO W EXPECTED EVERY XIGHT
BY THE PEOPLE OF
Don don Oct'. 21. A German aeri aerial
al aerial raid over London is indicated in
dispatches received today from Rot
terdam and Amsterdam. The city is
darkened every night and most 'pow 'powerful
erful 'powerful searchlights sweep the sky,
while 'long range anti-aircraft guns
stand ready for instant use.
AUSTRO-GERMANS IX POLAND
HAVE BEEN DRI VEX BACK
Petrogra'd, Oct, -21. The Austro Austro-Germans
Germans Austro-Germans -west of the Vistula 'have
heen 'driven back forty-five miles.
The Russian outposts have reach ed
the vicinity of Scierniewice, south south-iwest
iwest south-iwest of Warsaw. This is, official.
SERVICES AT SAINT
PHILLIP'S CHURCH SUNDAY
The Star is requested to announce
that Rev.; Father Jerome of !St. Leo
Abbey -will (arrive in the city Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening and -will -conduct the
regular service at St. Phillip's
Catholic church Sunday.
'Since the departure of Rev. Fr.
iBoltoIaccSo for 'France ithree m'onths
ago, the congregation Of St. 'Phil 'Phillips
lips 'Phillips fhas had mo service except the
Sunday 'school; so a lfu?ll attendance
-will probably (be present to greet
OPEX DAY AXD XTGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C. L. depot
corner, ileals a la 'carte and lunches
at any ."hour. Adv.
Globe-Werncke Cabinets "and Safes
at Th e M u rary Com p an y 1 9 3 1
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a at. ve troops from India are being hurrjed to Europe to assist the e.Ilies. Tpe photograph shows the first de detachment
tachment detachment to arrive,, on its way to join General French's command.
BELOVJ AHD ABOVE
SURMARIXES AXD AEROPL.XES
ASSAILED BRITISH SHIPS V
Amsterdaim, Oct. 21. it is report reported
ed reported that several suibmarines made, an
unsuccessful attack against British
warships off the Belgian ooast.
Gunners aboard tho iwarships
'brought down j:r.vo Ge-nhan aero aero-pilanes.
pilanes. aero-pilanes. t ; ': 't'
imiX IS WITH BELGIUM
-.- UXTO THE BITTEII EXD
England Ciwvded with Refugees
from the tlartyr Xation of
London, Oct. 21. Irith National Nationalists
ists Nationalists Qiastt night adopted the foICt-wing
pledge alministered by T. P. 'pon
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"We shall never sheath the swerd
until BeUgium has got ba 3k her free freedom
dom freedom ; until every ineh of her soil is
clear; until a treaty is ixade, not. on
a scrap of paper, but on a foundation
.behind Which stand the millions of
the British race."
The pledge -was adoptel at a meet meeting
ing meeting -called to express -confidence in
the leadership of John Redmond, and
to indorse action of the Irish party
in supporting "the war of the allies
against Pimssian militarism.
Qir. O'Connor said that for this
fundamental and supreme principle
the (British (had fought on hanired3
A memher of the, British relief
committee, speaking of the situation,
'TTMs ib sines alone would be suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to tax the energies of .the gov government
ernment government and the country, even if wft
did "not have a war on our hands."
Eight (hundred Belgians slept on
the floors of public buildings in Lon London
don London last night. .Many m-ere people
of refinement. '
The hospitality of the 'people of
FoTkstone and Dover Is being taxed
to the aimit whi! the sea ccast to wn
df Deal is swamped under the i wave
of refugees coming in schooners,
trawlers and, sailing vessels, half
INDIAN FIGHTERS WITH THE BRITISH FORCES
..... AVAVt .
starving and with their nerves wreck wrecked
ed wrecked from terror and privations they
Jjondou's streets and parks are fill fill-ed
ed fill-ed with, Belgian officers and soldiers.
! Some are wounded and others became
iloist from Hheir commands an d join join-ed,
ed, join-ed, th refugees. The 'Belgian 3ega-
tlon has issued instructions to all the
abSe .bodied men to rejoin the army.
The principlie JBrussels newspaper,
the Independence Beige, will begin
fpublicaltion in, London- Wednesday.
It's editor says the Belgians fleeing
firom their country never iwiil return
if it remains under; German (rule.
Many .xiles are dookimg forward to
making their homes in the United
States jtwheii they tan ob tain funds
to ;go -there.- .--v-; ::;'
; Between 30 0,0 0 0 and 400,000 Bei Bei-ianaave
ianaave Bei-ianaave crossed- Ino Holland and
equal numbers have flocked south southward
ward southward into 'France .while more than
3 00,000 have arrived on English
shores. . -v.
SHATTERED AUSTRIAX FORT
AXD SUXK DESTROYER AXD
Rome, Oct. 21. A dispatch from
Cetitimje says the British and French
fleets in the Ad riati c sea h a v e de destroyed
stroyed destroyed Castel .Xuevo fortress just
outside the Oattaro Gulf. The Aus Austrian
trian Austrian fleet took refuge in t?he gulf
after losing a submarine aud a da da-strojrer.
strojrer. da-strojrer. T": -v: v:;-
SAW AXGLO-GERM A X
. COMBAT AT SEA
Havana, Otit. 21. .The American
sdhooner Fannie Pres;ott, which ar ar-niver
niver ar-niver here yesterday from Gulf port,
lM5s:, reports that on Oct. 17 swhile
4n 'latitude 26.40 north and -logitude
84.20 -est she -saw a German four four-funnelled
funnelled four-funnelled cruiser, apparently the
Karlsruhe, fighting iwith a British
cruiser, smaller in size. After a 'half
hour of fighting the cruisers separat separated,
ed, separated, the Brdtissh vessel going east and
(the German north. The German, it
was said, listed to port and appar apparently
ently apparently trad ibeen damaged seriously.
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PIvOPLE OP WARSAW FLEEIXG
IX TERROR BEFORE GER GER-iMAX
iMAX GER-iMAX ADVAXOE
, Berlin, Oct. 21. Civilians are
fleeing from Warsaw at the approach
of the German army. An attack pa,
the city Is imminent.
Reports of Russian j victories along
tho Vistula are officially-(denied.
The -German s government is 1 pre
paring to finance the ; farming, in
dustry on a large scale- .
XO CHAXGE REPORTED
, Berlin, Oct. 21. It is officially
announced this afternoon; ithat no
change of importance Jhas. taken
plaice in the tBelgiah theater of war.
BY THE PROSECUTION TODAY IX
TRIAL OF 3IRS. CARMAN
, 'aitihe-cva, ;X. Y.f Oct.' 21. The pro prosecution
secution prosecution sprung a; sensation today
(when Celi'a Coleman, ttlrs. Carman's
negro maid, testified that on .the
ngh't 'Mrs. Louise' Bailey -was kill killed
ed killed eihe saw CNirs. Carman go out at
the back door of the Carman home.
A minute later she fhe'ard a shot
tand withini a few nainutes .Mrs. Car Carman
man Carman reentered jwith a pistol in her
hand, saying: "I killed' him."
The next morning iMrs. Carman
told the maid : "I don't know why
idMed ftfhat jwoiman. God will for forgive
give forgive ffi."
TELEGRAPH OPERATORS WILL
HAVE MORE LELSURE TIME
On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Union and Postal
Telegraph Companies' office hours,
on Sunday, will toe from 8 to 10 a.
m., and 4 to 6 -p- m
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ALLIED LIXES WERE IIOLDIXC3
: V IRMLY AT Tilt: ST
Pari 3, Oct. 21. According" to tho ;
official statement at "three o'clocls:
itlii3 afternoon, ottatks -by the Ger Germans
mans Germans on- the allies along the 'Franco 'Franco-Belgium
Belgium 'Franco-Belgium frontier Avcro increasincr In
fviolence, .but ail will.r'ho repuUd.
The fierceness of the German attacits
ia-attributed r,to the arrival of fre.-sli
troops, reinforcing the. "Germans in
the leffcr't to reach the French coat
Indications are that the allies are
holding firmly audi checking the
German attacks all along the. 11 us us-extending
extending us-extending from Nieupcrt thru 'Dix 'Dix-rnunde
rnunde 'Dix-rnunde to LaBassc, south'v.'cct cf 1AI
le. Aildng the left wing the situation
shows no change.
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PROTEST TO GREAT lIItlTAKt"
AGAIXCT SEIZING OX OF
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Washln-ton, Oct. '21,-r-The ,ctae ,ctae-department
department ,ctae-department today filed with Pbe Brit British!
ish! British! ambaaidor formal protect
against the seizure by a Brttih crui cruiser
ser cruiser of tho oil tank sicr-fticr John
Rockefeller, an American ship. Tho
Rockefeller with a cargo of petrole petroleum
um petroleum from Copenhagen for Now York,
was held up near the Orlmsy Islands
and forced. into port under convoy..
THEV SVEEP ALL
Gllll-LT SUCCESS CLAIMED TOIZ
AUSTRIAN ARCHES IN
Yienna, Oct. 21. Auatrian cuc-
cesses in Galicia and. Buk'o wina and
the capture of a Russian gcncr.al are
officiary announced toiay. The
Austriana Iliave,' taken tho ofTcnivc
in the Province of Bukowir.'a, (Many
Russians have been captured In the
fighting northwest of fLembergJ
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THfcT .OCA1A KVKS1SO STArt. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914
GCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROIL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port-V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
WORDS OF PRAISE
FOR GEORGE B; WAIXACE
HAVE GIVEN IT
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, In advance .. 2.50
Three months, In advance. . 1.25
One month, In advance. 50
One year- in advance. ..... $8.00
Six months, in advance..... 4.25
Three months, Jn advance. 2.25
One month, in advance. ... .80
WILSON PRAISED THE WORK
A dispatch from Washington says:
President Wilson onade public to to-dny
dny to-dny a (Fetter to 'Majority Leader Un
derwood of the House in which lie re
viewed the achievements of Tils ad
ministration, outlined tho programme
for !the snext session of Congress, and
declared "the 'Democratic .party is
now in. fact (the only instrument
ready .-to the country's hand by which
anything can be accomplished.'
The president wrote fthe letter as
an endorsement of all Democratic
jnemleT3 of Congress in lieu of
speeches he said he would" like to
make in every congressional district.
He predicted victory for his party in
the elections because "every thought-
nil man sees that a change of par parties
ties parties just now, would set (the clock
back, not forward," and 'because "a
practical nation is not ljkely -to re
jeet such a-team, full of the spirit
of public service, and suhstitue, !in the
-midst of great tasks, either a -party
upon which a de?p demoralization
has fallen, or a party which has not
grown to a stature ithat would war warrant
rant warrant its assuming the. responsible
ouraens oi eiaie.
The (legislative programme began
during the present Congress was de declared
clared declared iby the president to nave been
begun .to destroy private control and
sot business free. Heafd that the
people of ithe country had .been serv served
ed served ,-by this Congress as "they (have
never been served before."
, -fOrrtlinrs Work Acronmlishecl
" '"Outlining the work already accom accomplished,
plished, accomplished, Mr. Wilson mentioned the
reform of the tariff, the passage of
d" -i v.t mv ,V ? 1.1 .4- V y-y r I !-f-r
aaovv vuii tsu.jj 'iaii, uxic ui-ci uoc
M ITia wtvl trio, rhanlinor f rwTVf n
pro'blems. He said he doubted if
".there has ever 'been a finer exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of teamwork or of unhesitating
devotion to the fulfillment of party
Jisins the mew tariff 'bill, the
ral credit legislation the letter add added,
ed, added, 'but the federal reserve act it itself
self itself "facilitates and enlarges agri agricultural
cultural agricultural credit to an extraordinary
Speaking of the programme for ,the
next session of Congress the presi president
dent president (mentioned legislation for found founding
ing founding up the (American tmerohant ma marine,
rine, marine, and the "completion of a. great
programme for the conservation of
our natural resources and the devel development
opment development of the water power of the
country." 7 ..
"Without a Congress in close sym sympathy
pathy sympathy with the administration,"
'Wrote the president, "a (whole scheme
of iPeace and honor an i disinterest disinterested
ed disinterested service to the world, cannot be
brought to -its full realization."
An era of pace with iforeigm na
tions and domestic 'prosperity was as 'George
predicted, 'by (Majority Leader Un Underwood
derwood Underwood of the House, for the Amer
ican people, in a reply, made public)
(Monday night, thanking President
Wilson for his letter praising the.
achievements of (Democrats lin Con Con-gress.
gress. Con-gress. IMr. -Underwood said lie and
liis colleagues felt that .what they had
accomplished iwas due largely to the
president's magnificient leadership.
The Bradentown Evening Journal
contains the following about George
B. Wallace, who is well remembered
by our old or citizens. The article
follows a picture of George, who is
backed .by much money, farming
utensils," children and other live
stock, and runs as follows:
Yep, it's George.
In fact it is George B. and every everybody
body everybody knows him.
He is pictured above almost life
size, though, to he perfectly frank,
it must be. admitted that the biggest
part of George B. is to be found in
his head rather than in the place
where most men carry their size.
When a story of (Bradentown is
written it is not complete unless
mention, and pretty extensive men mention
tion mention at thatf is imade of George B.
He has the nappy faculty of getting
(mixed up in almost everything for
the good o lBradentown and tMana tMana-tee
tee tMana-tee county. If there were more of
him there's no telling just what he
would do Anyway, he is pretty aot aot-ive
ive aot-ive as it is.
'When you speak of George B.
you can add ress ;Ex-Mayor George,
President of the board of trade
George, Daddy George, (Parmer Geo George,
rge, George, or aibouft any other title that
you can think of, for he has earned
'his right to them all.
George B. is -very patriotic. n
'facet if every (man in Bradentown was
as1 patriotic as George B. "things
rwould grow and iblossom as the rose
in this neck of the greatest state in
the Union. '
If 'the head of every family "in
Bradentown was as tmuch of a father
jB- B rad ento wn would
have a population of 55,000 ipeople.
-George B. started as a merchant.
CAPTAIX ROBERT LiEE
Its 'hard to realize that "iMarse
(Robert V youngest boy was a griz
zled Confederate veteran, 'but such
Is the truth, and he died at Upper Upper-ville,
ville, Upper-ville, Va., Monday n'ight. The body
was .'interred at aexington, va.,
Captain Lee was educated in pri
vate schools and in the University of
(Virginia. At the outbreak of the
civil war -he Joined -the Rockbridge
( Virginia) artillery as a private. He
took part in numerous engagements
and (later was promoted'to ithe rank
', . ... . nn cf captain of artillery on the staff of
president asserted that "private con- 1 v J
trol nad shown its sinisster face-on
ewy liand an America, had snown it
for -a 'long .lime ana sometimes very
brazBnly, In tne trusts, ana in xne
groups of 'men." He said that Ihigh
prices did not spring directly- from
tine tariff ibut out of the suppression
of competition which flourishes more
easily under the protection of a high
tariff.- He declared that the panic
which opponents of the new 'bill pre
dicted 'had not come and that des despite
pite despite the Eu opean war there 'had been
-sufficient time to prove the success
of that act.
fFhe trade commission JbiM 'and the
Ms brother, Gen. iHVT. Iiee.
Since the war Captain Dee has
Ibeen engaged in farming. He was
married twice. His first wif e was
Miss Haxall anid his second wife
IMiss Juliet Carter, of Washington,
lHe leaves two cnildren,'' "'-v'"
Catitain Lee was the author
"Recollections and betters ofi Gen. ne nas,,
- I A. t -ill J
Robert E. iLee." He was ooTn at the queni mquines ior a-u
did. Dee (mansion, now a part of Ar
lington Ovational cemetery, Octl 27,
mhat is, we suppose that he did, for
'before that time the m'in'd of man
doe's not irun to the contrary.
.He made money selling merchan merchandise.
He stopped long enough to run 'for
for mayor and he made a good one.
Then he (Started (farming. Every
10 or 12 months somebody says
around town that George B. has
planted another 'fifty 'acres in' oranges-
.This has been going on for
some (time. They say', he tries to
plant an orange grove for each of
his children, (but that is very hard to
ibelleve for those who know the ex extent
tent extent of his 'family. ;
He does not care a thing for oat-
tie. He may aidmit this if he
question ed closely- and v again
may not. There 5s a strong rumor
tafloat that even though he is" husy
with his oranges that he does find
time once in -'a great while to devote
to cattle and there may toe some
truth in the rumor. '.'
It will .be shard to find a more pop popular
ular popular man in tBradentown or in. Mana Manatee
tee Manatee county tlfan George (B. Wallace.
He is 'modern?- and progressive,
that is, modern in everything except
his method of transportation'. He
still ,Dersistsvin drivang a hbrse in
The enterprising gentlemen who
started out a few months ago with
the Intention of making an exhibit
itself unable to carry out the purpose
Exposition, have found the task too
greaU fro their strength. There
never was any great enthusiasm in
the state for an exhibit, and the ?;en ?;en-earal
earal ?;en-earal depression and uncertainty fol following
lowing following the outbreak of war threw a
wet iblanket over what little there
The Star was never much in favor
of making the exhibit. It thought
if the money cornldhe raised, it
could he put to hetter use.
At the same time, the Star mnst
praise the pu"! Cxz spirit and energy
exhibited by the gejn,.'!cT'ief!i compos composing
ing composing the TTer'da State C:.-nmi?sion.
They "gave freely of the!r itime; they
also put s-o-ne of their tmoney inio
the work; and as they ner had any
(hope of any reward except the con consciousness
sciousness consciousness of duty well done in per performing
forming performing what they helievei was a
service to tha state, the Star -ihinlrs
they are entitle! to the thinks of
their "fellow citizen s.
Hon. Park Tramm e!J Govern or of
Dear Sir :. In accordance with the
decision of a meeting of ; the 'Florf la
State Commissi on to the Panama Panama-Pacific
Pacific Panama-Pacific International Exposition 'in
this city on 'Friday -last, we must in inform
form inform you that the commission finds
itself unable to carry ou the purpose
(for which it was appointed by your
excellency, 'and to communicate to
you the desire Of its members that
the commission be formally dissolvr
ed and the-individual memhers exr
ouse'd from further service in- the
capacity as commissioners.-
You may he assured that ithe com commission
mission commission has reached this conclu sion
only after most earnest effort to
provide suitable and appropriate
representation for the. ".state at the
great exposition -Which is: to he held
in California next year. Participa Participation
tion Participation by Florida certainly s'eemed
.most desirable and to promise great
hefaefit, and your commission iforai'j iforai'j-lated
lated iforai'j-lated such plans as appeared to be
feasihle corresponding in the
main; with the plans which were be-
ing- successfully operated in other
states and endeavoring hy 'every
(possible means to awaken -public in
terest In the project and to secure
general co-opeiration in the .work., in
rtJMs it has hot ibeen sucfcessful. 'From
. the firsft the response was not en-
ne I .
couraging; tnere was, an 'iacL, mucn
vigorous opposition. Xotwithstand-i
ing th ese discouraging con d It! otis
the commission has continued for
several months its efforts to create
a better and wider understanding of
Its plans and purposes and to arouse
some enthusiasm f or the under-1
staging, hut without appreciahle re
A special committee, has foen ap
pointed to dose up the affairs of the
commission and prepare a financial
report, a copy of which report will
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Through -the activities Of .the Wo
man's CS b of Ueegburg It ds likely
that an annual flower fete will be
held lin Leesburg every spring
marton anti-trust hill -were spoken of
as designed "to miake men in a small rg has always jhad one or more
(that will carry thirteen people, and
imayhe nineteen saxteen models will
tbrJnff forth! .such a car. lit as jpretxy
certain that if such a' car is built
George R. will he an eager and anx
irvtiic mniiTVM'h-QCftT' Wfl that, it
will take six and a half ttwo-seafted I'vc ..-.-.rf
. I -Wr, IK f Wie Auauiaua
any service ito him, so, of course, he rry
v RUSSIAX HEROIS3I
rriaerBvis'argijaii'exit as to whether
Przeoiysl has surrendered ..' or 'not,
but there needn' be any about the
tell of itheir
)OA T TAKE ANY CHANCES WITH YOUR E YES. A LJT
TLB CORRECTION A T'THIS TIME MA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE,FUTURE0 COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TESTED BY AN EXPERT. THIS EXAMINATION 1 FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL .YOU THE CORRECT ONES
ATA PRICE THA T WJL L SA TISFY YO U. BUT D ON9 T R UIN
YOUR EYES.' ' '
fori v -c!ii jj. iia g, vvcn vaut7
friends say, (for has hensatl imoney,
r,cc ,frpA .tn succeed a si celehrations during' a year, hut the ? w
-u-i. . iti'mes at nresentt in tnis one taiing.
oly in the seed." !He adddd ithat ,"mo-
nopoaies aTe built up hy unfair meth
ods of competition," which would be
eliminated hy the new 'legislation.
VTrtnomlv Is -.to be cut off 'at 'the
roots," he declared.
"If our parity were -to he called up
on (to name ithe iparitioular -point of
principle in whi oh it differs .from its
ttive occasions when arrangefd
midsummer were not always success
ful. They will now work for, a flow-r89'" groves' tU& and children
.... ... I m nn irwh-oir mirvi- hrtivM a rm'on sicir v
festival wnicn 'is imeant to inciuae w
all manner of gaietty
making hesides the flower displays,
to he held about 'the 'latter part of
"A. correspondent of ithe Zeitung
Am QliOag, who entered Przemy si
vi. (learned the story of ithe siege of
that pla'ce. 'l.ne nrsx wnoxs were
fired on September 18, the city was
surrounded on the 20th and an "un
broken hambardmemt .iWitn many
desperate sorties, ensued funtil Oct.
2 v whe the Russians sent a white
A, E: BURNET!
, OCALA, FLORIDA
-opponents most sWply and in which suggestion to; be considered in,many
it feels itself most definitely sustain- uv-ionaa-ww-ii uu.-uiu.
hv pvw." continued the Union Mnort rraiKs.
u.a wKf MV 5 The Star submits the foregoing to
,t. ithe Woman's Club of Ocala. Cer-
to rae aoo.ii .me araer pari oi fflag demanding ithb city's surrender, i. V,nnil
Olorch. The Idea la Uely to "become General Election ovembe, 3, 1014 .1; letxlsli. The attack mhA- I
(popular and It would not be a bad por United States Senator; :
OUNOAN XJ. FUETOHER.
For Congressman, 2nd (District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W A TiVRAiT7'
' i.. w,. tainlv no community Is better equip-1
nave no oeaxiir ;wicu 'u, fl k For Justice of Supreme Court:
reject it altogefiher; wniie our oppo- ; ; ; T w SHACKL.EFORD.
- IT H L.M H XII W'f I I M V II II III 9
oents 'were ready to adopt It Into the y
realm of law, and seek merely to reg-
tikilG It and moderate it In its oper- ;Marse. Henri AVatterson,
titlon. It. is cur purpose to oestroy iuuiviin vuunei-juumiw,
jnrtnAnolv and maintain competition Washington yesterday, rtlarse 'Henri
nniv .ffr!fiial instrument of said so many things about one or ate equator, um district:
'V Am. V-f 1
business 1 ibe ity." Woodrow vwilson, along early in the
Justice thai been done the (Taborer, hyear of our Lrord, nineteen hundred For. Representatives:
declared the president, and his labor and twelve, that we thought he would ? W. J. CROSBY.
, tv iwrrror itn. Ha Ttifta As if it be a little embarrassed should he vis- W. T. HEXDERSOX.
ft the national capital. Jackson-1 por pax Assessor
vine ..Metropolis. ALFRED AYER.
Any little pighead can stick to a For T Collector:
il n X. II :t-S 111. I
Watterson can correct himself.
of the For Rallroad Commissioner:
R. .HUDSON BURR.
X. A. BLITOH.
State Senator, 2
""srere merely an inanimate Object of
commerce disconnected from the for
tunes and happiness of a living hu
man being, to be dealt with as an
object of sale and barter."
Of the currency bill iMr. Wilson
said: "We have created a democra
cy of credit' such as never existed
In this country 'before." He declared
V3in.t "credit is now at the" disposal
of every man who can show energy
imd assets," and because control of
evstem rested with tne govern
ment, said "it is self-government as
well-as democracy." -It
was impassible to complete ru
. The Star has just received the
first issue of the Bradentown Even Evening
ing Evening Journal, evolved from the weekly
ibv that veteran newspaper man, J.
H. Humphries. It is is a big, t
looking shoet, an honor to its town,
and the Star wishes it great sue
Woodmen meet Friday evening
For County Treasurer:
. JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners:
W. D. CARN.
N. A. FORT. V t
S. R PYLES.
For (Members of School "Soard:
G. S. SCOTT, -' r r-'
' r-' B. R. BLITCH, H
j. S. GRANTHA5I --J--V:
ed its height on Oct. 5. vThe Russians
seemed tterly contemiptuous of
death and stormed again and again.
They seen ,to have learned much
from the Japanese war, if or they at attack
tack attack with tgreat skill. Hills: of
corpses, outside of the works testify
to the fupoius attacks. The Austrians
estimate that 40,000 men if ell and
many 'prisoners tnave 'been taken.
The Russians succeeded In carrying
temporarily one of the1 outlying
works. Eleven hattalions succeeded
in" approaching the" works without
being detected and suddenly mount mounted
ed mounted the walls. The garrison -retired
to the casemates from which they
defended themselves with machine
guns and rifles. The Russians forc
ed their way to the casemates, and a
hand to hand struggle with bayonets,
gun butts and hand grenades en ensued.
sued. ensued. When reinforcements, which
had been hastily telephoned for, ar arrived,
rived, arrived, the Russians .were already re retiring,
tiring, retiring, leavi ng 300 dead and wound wounded
ed wounded in the casemates and 150 corpses
on the wall."
The Star supposes that the Palat Palat-ka
ka Palat-ka Morning Post is dead, as it hasn't
seen it since its first issue. At any
rate we shall treat it as dead unless
it shows up in a day or two.
Clean, Fresh, Vell Laundered jLincr.
is a necessity.7 To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Car Cncinacv
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t TH fw C vwciiMei tool nl
"pill I I. iw k MM wr".
ADS OFFER EETTZ"
POSITIONS AND 1
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aaa-m,ALA tiVALU S1A1. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 21. 1014
Look to the food. Eat heartily of hot
breads, hot biscuit, hot cakes, made light: and
tasty with Royal Baking Powder, and snap
your lingers at dyspepsia. It is the tasty, ap appetizing
petizing appetizing food that aids digestion.
There is a quality in Royal Baking Powder
coming from the. purity, wholesomeness and
fitness of its ingredients, which promotes di digestion.
gestion. digestion. Food raised by.it will not distress.
This peculiarity of Royal has. been, noted by
hygienists and physicians, and they are
accordingly earnest in its praise, especially
recommending it in the preparation of food
for those of delicate digestion.
Patience with the faults of those w
dislike soon ceases to be a virtue. Chi
- ' Me Oidge.
"What's her hridjce like?" "The
Bridge of Sighs-makes every one
ARE JUST AS GOOD AS EVER
Athletics Went Back in the Worltl
Series Hot Next Year Mill Come
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I .-.. ft; -' 1 "irr "? MTwTrrTT mmm - I
Flour and Eggs are ; Pies and Cookies
V BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AND ROASTS
What Would You Good Folks Do?
COME EARLY AND AVOID THE' RUSH.
Using Peat In Germany,
Peat coke in. Germany is' provihg
nerviceable in many ways. It is not
only valuable for generating elec-
j tricity at noorland stations, but is
much- used by blacksmiths ana for va
rious metallurgical purposes, .espe .especially
cially .especially as a substitute for charcoal
in producing high-grade iron. A new;
turf-cooking plant at Elizabeth-Fehn,
Oldenburg, converts 30 tons of peat
into nine of coke, with gas and tar
as by-products. Specially-designed
ovens are used and the gas generated"
is made to heat the retorts and to
generate electric current to drive
the peat dredging machines. The
tar yields creosote oil, gas oil? par paraffin,
affin, paraffin, sulphuric acid and ammonia.
.TO THE PUBLIC
"I used a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough. (Remedy last winter for. a sev severe
ere severe 'bronchial cough and can consci conscientiously
entiously conscientiously say that I never took a
medicine that "did me so much good,"
writes 'Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. Far sale by all dealers. Adv.
International News. SeVvice, by Frank
New York, Oct. 2 1 .The Athlet Athletics
ics Athletics aren't through. The Braves (trim (trimmed
med (trimmed them four ,imes in a row, but the
great AvMetic machine is still intact,
possessed of the terrific power of old,
still ja. bl e .to crush n early every o p p-pcnent,
pcnent, p-pcnent, that stands in its way.
The (Athletics were .'(outclassed in
the 'world series -and this has' cans cans-ed
ed cans-ed anany persons ito believe -that the
grand old ma:2hine has last its idrivc
and its smashing sforce. Eut such
a belief is erroneous. The Athlet Athletics
ics Athletics today 'are just as good as they
were in 1910, in 1911 and in 191J,
when they crushed the Oubs and the
Giants. They lost this year because
they met a team that were their
peers; they were beaten by a team
that was traveling at a clip. that no
power In baseball could top.
The lAthletics dost 'but not iwifch iwifch-out
out iwifch-out honor. They ?were beaten, 'but
they -were 'beaten only after the imost
bitterly contested series in -the twbrld
history. Tttie .Braved triumphed
largely because they played better
taseiball and ipartly .because the Ath
letics, 'over-ahxioais, -threw away
many batting chances. The Athlet Athletics.
ics. Athletics. nyre 1eaten the third -'game
through an error 'in the judgement of
ttheir manager. They were beaten in
two others iby remarkable, almost
(miraculou s pday s by Walte r CMaran CMaran-ville,
ville, CMaran-ville, the Braves' shortstop. v
Afoi so, just ibecause they wei e
beaten four games in a row, is no
reason to 'heave' sighting (remarks
at the Athletics. They still are 'in
our tmidst, Tanking as one of the 'most
'wonderful base'ball (machines in the
Mstory of this, baseball age or any
The Braves, traveling at the clip
they set In the world series gaones,
could have beaten any collection of
baseball tplayers in the world. Proo Proo-ably
ably Proo-ably it would have taken theni more
than four games to beat an outfit
composed of all-stars, euch as Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Speaker, Cobb, Walter Johnson,
arathewson, Tesreau, Daubert, Col Collins,
lins, Collins, Baker and a few others o-f the
same type, but they .would have
beaten them ultimately. The Braves
were the irresistable force.
In our pre-erie3 stuff it miay be
remeni'bered we pointed out that the
Braves had a mighty fine chance to
win. It was stated that the 3 raves,
as a machine, compared, with the
Athletics. Our choice wa s the
Barves, because- we had. seen thein
in action, several times during their
whirl win! ruslh ifrom the (bottom to
the top. And our (predictions came
true. The Braves won, and in the
snosi decisive fashion -possible.
But just because they beat the
Athletics is no reason for an yon e to
believe that the Athletics have 'gone
back. The Philadelphians rank as
the greatest fitting team in baseball
history- But in that series, their war
elub3 were almost useless (before the
rmagnificient pitching of the -Boston
trio. The Athletics made them ut utterly
terly utterly useless by exhibiting the worst
display of hitting judgement that ev ever
er ever has been seen in ; a world series
The Athletics were over anxious
at the plate. They wanted to con convince
vince convince the ipublic beyond a doubt that
they were ibatting iwoalers. A-nd the'r
anxiety lei them into it'alls. They
swung at eve!rythlng that offerel :
end the brainy Boston pitchers of offered
fered offered itheim, id the main, the kind of
taal9 they coxildn't hit with any de degree
gree degree of success. .'...:.'.
The Braves iwon and they deserve
all the praise and all the, glory that
goes with a victory so decisive, and
so wonderful as. theirs." iNo one
should take from the Braves any of
the ifull tmerit for their victory by
saying that ithey 'beat a te4m that is
dlsitftegrating. .They didn't beat a
team of that character. They beat a
team that swept through to victory
In the iworld series of 1-910, 1911 and
1913 in such easy, fashion The
(Braves beat the teaimMhat until their
coming ranked as the greatest in
baseball history. They leat the won wonderful
derful wonderful Athletics because they -proved
themselves just a bit more won wonderful.
. Candler, Oct. 20. Mr. and Blrs.
Praoi k 'Xo iton two -popular sem i i-annual
annual i-annual residents of Candler, arrived
last Tuesday from New England and
have opened tbeir winter home
here, -have' their touring car in "or "or-der
der "or-der and are .preparing (for an en joy joy-zTjIq
zTjIq joy-zTjIq seascrn. '. r '
Aiir. .S. "DustIn arrived 'last week
from iBatavia, N. Y. Qlr. Dustin
owns a pretJty orange grove, and
bungalow in ;whic5h ., 'he -makes his
' iMt. Raymond iMarshall ,1s rapidly
recovering from the wound in his
skull, inflicted toy a robber &o me time
ago near Pensacola.,
T;h e giramim ar tgrad es ? and nin th
grade 'b;ysof 'the public school, were
busy last week, working with energy
and purpose, 'making a new 'baseball
diamond west of the school house.
.The smaller 'boys have take A possess possession,
ion, possession, of the, old diamond in front cvf
the building. .. :
"Saturday was street cleaning day.
Qlr. P. A. 'Port was appointed gen general
eral general rmanager, and the ladies served
a picnic dinner at noon, under the
shade trees on the 'school' grounds.
. iMr. jand. -Mrs. Charles CMathews
F i i v"v5ron n- Qual ; tV Product
Tho Better Vall-Boarci
npHERE'S a better way to
build walls than by usins
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
BADGER-POARD i3 easy to ap.
ply. Don't wait for plasterers plasterers-do
do plasterers-do the work yourselH. All the tool 3
needed are hammer and saw and al
most anybody can do &n expert jot.
A Badger-Eoad wall can be pan panelled
elled panelled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful effects.
Permanent Walls at
x Lower Cczt
BADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
or crack it makes a permaner.it
wall. In winter it keeps the he.it in
the cold out. Call and see a samp'ia
of Badger-Board and ask us about
its many uses.
Call on or write for prices
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', Funeral Directors
ill Work Done by Liceiascd Em
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are expected with thir li'ouscihdd';
effects tomorrow to-t!ake ,porG,cr.L!c:i
o'f t'hei'r new property tho tofjo-.
and valuable orange j grove, iwhicih
w.'iaa formerly owned by IMr. P. H.
Nugent, and jlater kn'cirwn as- thc;
, dir. West, of aiaine; iaiTrtved tfun-,-day,
and ia stopping tt ;&lm. Qljy
! Hitchcock's. ; -
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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, lf14
t OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
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(If you have any Items for this department call phone 106)
Thought for the Day
Re in tellectually generous for
while you are 'blessing same one else
you receive a blessing as well. Keep
your mind's vision clear that it may
without exaggeration see thing3
that shall 'be of its own welfare.
Alany 'pretty affairs have 'be
fjEanned in compliment to iMIss Clara
llcfanson, the petite hride-eleL,
whose en gag-em ent to, Dr. James (Har (Harry
ry (Harry Walters, iwas announced this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. The -wedding is ito take
pilace on November 17 th at the ihom
of the .bride-elect's parents, .Mr. and
Mrs. T. H. Johnson, on Oklawahi
(Mr. and ft Irs. W. J. Crosby, wereH
In yesterday frdm their home at
Gitra, and took 4-lth them their little
son, Po we. Crosby, wno has ibeen in
the (hospital fod some time. The
cnany friends of! the Crosby family
ore pleased to 'lepra
rapid recovery tpm
of their son's
a .most serioas.
rrsr"V. w. "Ditto, who has ibeen
quite ill for the past week, is aWe to
Ibe up today.
bridge parties will be given
by iMrs. Jackson and iMrs.
Gilmer. Tampa Tribune.
Engagement of Miss Clara Elizabeth
JghuMHiMnd Dr. James Harry
Mts. QIaTever, of Samnnah, arrived
in the city last night and is (visit (visiting
ing (visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. Goldman
Mr. Arch ?Lrcin tyre returned yes
terday afternoon from an all sum
mer .spent athis :
mer trip, spent at his old home in
-Hickory North Carolina, and -will be
the guest of his daughter, (Mrs. D. E.
3!clrer, and family, .for the, i winter.
(Mrs. C. It. Tydingsand her son,
C. Richard returned yesterday to
their home 'in Ocala, after several
'days spent in the city. -'St. Peters Peters-inirg
inirg Peters-inirg Times.
.The young ladies of the Philathea
class oif the (Baptist church Sunday
school will have a candy sale at the
bandstand Saturday afternoon at 3
chock, i ney witi nave some oenci-
" Mrs. Hunter Ambrose of Live
Oiir, is visiting her 'brother, Mr. L.
V. Hilton, at Oak, and other rela relatives
tives relatives in this city.
airs. W. K. Zewadski-IIeft yester yester-ilay
ilay yester-ilay for Tampa, for a visit to her son,
ana daughter-in-law, ,sMr. and IMrs.
W. K. Zewadsiki, Jr., and grandson,
W. K. HI. Mr. Zewadski expects to
leave tomorrow for Ol ear water, and
aEter' a visit to that town will join
Mrs. Z. in fTampa. They will ireturn
. ii4iii r-r iitA i. n r. n
V Hike Pj'thian Sisters had a very
pleasant and twell aittended meeting
in their hall last evening.
A.n engagement of unusual social
interest tpe large circle of friends
locally and jlhruout the state is that
of Dliss 5lara (Dliza'beth Johnson and
iDr. James s Harry Walters, rwhicli
was annoilnocdTthis afternoonr ibr-4
hovaly announcement tea eriven by
Miss Virginia Sistrunk at the home
of her parents, .Mr. and (Mrs. Siimeo
f p:. .wWt&t mnjc. The home -wasagaow
'with lights and flowers at the 'witch 'witch-iflg
iflg 'witch-iflg hour of four thirty, and the hos-
ess, -with the petite bride-efleo1
s'tood in 'the musLc nroom to receive.
Miss Sistrunk was gowned in ia sim sim-pde
pde sim-pde girlish frock of shell chiffon over
atin. twhich 'was most (becomlnfrr tn
Aier nronounced brunette tvte: .Mis
Johnson stood, at her noatess right
and twas radiant in a robe of tpeaoh
iblow irridescent chiffon: over satin
made entrain, with a -pink aigrette in
Sher soft wavy hair, and she carried
an immense ibouquet of enchantress
carnationB tied with pink tulle. Sh.e
was as pretty and dainty as ever
(bride-Clect could wish (to be. (Miss
Johnson is one of Oca la's most axp axp-uiar
uiar axp-uiar young 'lad ies, and has 'grown to
young womanhood in this city, and
has a host of friends all over the
South, who wti 11 'be greatly interested
to ilearn of her great ihappiness. Dr.
Walters is one of the city's ambi ambitious
tious ambitious young physicians, being the
junior 'partner of Dr. "Eaton G. Lind Lindner,
ner, Lindner, slnc"e his graduation ; at Tulane
University, in the Olass of 1 9 12, He
is rapidly attaining the pinnacle of
the (ladder of fame, and is to ;be
congratulated u-pon his s'eledtion of
iMiss Marguerite Porter received
the -guests at the front door, and af
ter greeting the hostess and honoree,
they were shown! into the. kilning
room, where was plsuddd he dainty
taible from which was served,, hot tea,
mints 'and angel food cake by Misses
Josephine Bullock, Bessie iMdKls-sock-
and .Annie Davis. On entering,
eaoh (guest was presented with a tiny
wihite Jbookilet tied with .pink satin
(ribbon. '-Upon investigation it was
found to con'tiain a romance (picture
of ibdth the Ijride and groom-elect,
an'l insoribed (beneath was the mar marriage
riage marriage date: November 17 th, 1914.
The receiving of these occasioned
the merriest and sincerest of good
The tguests lingered Over the tea
cups and from the crystal ibowl was
distributed the exquisite roses, the
room (being .profusely decorated' in
these (beautlfufl iblossioms from, the
hostess famous garden at lArden.
Several piano selections iwere ren
dered during the reception hours.
(Mrs. Lee iMiller, after a pleasant
visit to her "sister, Mrs. C. !R. Kreger,
mTill return to her home in Orlando
.The Ladies' (Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will mee
tomorrow afternoon at 3 : 30.
airs. R. iBurford was the ihost ihost-ees
ees ihost-ees of the iweekly meeting of the
reading club at her home yesterday
afternoon with a very large attend attendance.
iMfiss Sistrunk's announcement tea
was a iDeautiruii complisment ito a
most charming and popular you ng
(lady, and if joyous good washes
count foi anything, her pathway will
indeed he strewn with sweetest
flowers of happiness thruout a long
and useful life.
This af ternoon affair was follow
ed by. a pretty supper party at 6:30,
covers heing Caid for eight. The
table was banked -with roses and the
menu served in pink color motif, the
roses being entwined with tuile, and
with softly shaded candle lights, the
effect was beautiful. This (little af affair
fair affair was most enjoyable and the
guests with -Mr. and Mrs. Sistrunk
and their daughter and the pretty
bride-eleot, ;Miss Clara Johnson, were
MissfBessie IcKissock, Dr J. $1. Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, the grocm-elect, (Dr. .-e. G.
Lindner and (Mr. Oliver B. Howes.
' m m m
Baptist Church Study Circle
The Study' Circle of the Baptist
shurch met yesterday afternoon with
airs. John L. iEd wards as (hostess. It
as the largest gathering of womvn
in the history of the society, and
ery (moment was full of interest.
Airs. Lanier Robertson was the
ffident leader. She gaive a charm
ing .historical paper on Florida
Under Six .Flags, followed by the reg
ular prescribed lesson1 in the W.
iM. U. (History. A special musical
nusmher was the singing of the 'Flor
ida JulbiTate Hymn, written toy Qlr3.
P. P. Arnold of Jacksonlle.
The meeting closed with an offer
ing and a chain of prayer for state
mission work, the stranger In our
midst" and the world wide fbrotberv
hood of man. ; v I
Mrs. Edwards was assisted (by her
(lovejy little daughter, ; Marguerite,
and ftlrs. Henry Livingstone served
a dainty salad course, v? anfd the
friends lingered to aidmire (the spa
cious heautiful h'ome opened on this
occasion for the "'Master's use
Miss Atkinson Entertained
.Miss Annie Atkinson, of Ocala has
been the attractive guest of the iMiss-
es iXlson fon several dao'S. She is
tnow visiting tMrs-. W. H. Jackson,
dn'Suurb Beautiful. Miss Atkinson
te a number of friends in the city
and she has tbeeri complimented with
a' numher of social if avoirs since her
arrival. Tampa Times.
MAY MOVE TO OOALA
Ai committee of the hoard of
t rade, mam ell y, IM r. .Ceorge iXFacKay,
Mr. J. (M. Meffert, 'Dr. jR. T, Weaver
and (Mr, J. H iSpencer, went to Bur Bur-bank
bank Bur-bank this mornfing to inspect the
peanut products factory that Is ; be be-ing
ing be-ing operated there do successfully.
The 'board of trade has a plan on foot
to .have the operators! of the factory
move their plant to Ocala and,( .en .enlarge
large .enlarge ho 'business and output, M,With
the proper encouragement: this in industry
dustry industry will gr'ow into one of the most
Important in the county. One of the
factories wil soon he $n operation at
Reddi'ck, a company (having "been or organized
ganized organized there recently for this pur purpose.
pose. purpose. iv. 1
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We are displaying the most beautiful line of ties
ever shown, in Ocala
New Wide Flowing Ends, Club Bov3.
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Such rich coloring, beautiful materials and elegant
patterns are rarely seen. :
These are of surpassing
Fashionable Shapes in
And they are dl Ziiox Quality.
THE SUAVAXNEE PRESBYTERY
The Children of the Confederacy
-cleared aibout $6 on' their candy sale
..at the Temple theater, last evening.
TThe proceeds will go tow-ards defray defraying
ing defraying the expenses of this ilittle ohaT, ohaT,-tor
tor ohaT,-tor and their annual pledges for the
vmr- wh'oh of necessity be
paid before the state convention
lieets 5n November, at.Kissimmee..
OIt. and IMrs. J. N. iEdwards, of
Iiakeland came in yesterday after
noon to spend some time in the city
as the guests of their daughter and
erm-in-lavr, (Mr. and (Mrs. J. R. White
m,t. -and Airs? Edwards have 'been
visiting In Way cross and Jackson
ville for several weeks. They form-!
ctrly resided in this city for a good :
many years. i
Miss Annie Atkinson, of Ocala,
who has been the guest of 'Misses
"Edna and Emma' Nelson, is nov
with Mrs. W. (H. Jackson xat her
home No. 927 south Oregon avenue,
svhere she will spend the week. She
was the honoree Sunday on a motor
trip to Indian Rocks and Bellair, the
others in the party being Mr. and
Irs. John Hansborough, blaster
Jc&itt Hansborough and Mr. and
ilrs. Jackson. 1 (Mrs. Sam Hud gin gs
-rill entertain a few Of her friends
Oils afternoon at hridge for tMiss
iltkinson, and other little .informal
Send Us Your
Truss Rods, ;
Of All Kind.
AU Hard Woods.
Pumps for all
For Road Work at all
iDunnellon, Oct. 16. The Suwan Suwannee
nee Suwannee Presbytery closed its session at
the Dunnelton ; Presbyterian church,
Wednesday t might. The Presbytery
has ibeen one of interest and was well
attSendedy Ithere ibeing about t'wienty t'wienty-five
five t'wienty-five preachers and elders present.
(Befsides the "routine 'business trans-
acted on "thKng of importlance to
ithis section iwas the reorganization
from the Suwannee P res'byterian and
Ithe Dunnellon church of Tr. J. W.
tWajddell, who for the past esight years
has ibeen pastor at Dunnellon. Dr.
'Waddesll returns to his old ihome at
fMarietta, Ga., where (he will Jbe with
his wife, who lis in very poor health.
this being the cause of his leaving
: The fo lowing ministers and dele-
gaites .were present: ;
IMinioters: J. C Anderson, D. D.
Gainesville; Wm. IBaye, !D. D., Mil
liard ; '.Eugene IDaniel, D. D., iFordan-
dina; .W. IH. Dodge, D. .Ocala; J
W. Purcell, 'D. D., Palatka; J. tL. D
Houston Fort White; W. 03. S. Chand
ler, Live Oak; L. Ross Lynn, Jack
sonville; J. A. Montgomery, Mayo
IE. A. Sample, Archer; A. E. Spencer
Lake City; J. G. Vena;ble, Jackson
ville; J. ,H. iLittle, High Springs; E
W. iWay, Jacksonville; J. Logan Ir
win, Jacksonville; J. W. Waddell, D.
Elders: N. Barco, Gainesville;
John Elkle, Odikesville; J. L. Bowl Bowles,
es, Bowles, Jacksonville; D. C. Mall, Live
Oak; C. C. Hamilton, Jasper; W.
Walkup, iMclntosh; H. tR. Keister,
As a continuation of the Presby Presbytery
tery Presbytery Rev. E. W. Way, of Jacksonville,
(began a series of services at the (Dun (Dunnellon
nellon (Dunnellon church Thu-sday night. The
services to continue for about ten
days. Tampa Tribune.
ft ncJFT'i fTo"P(;
I! 1 I M :.-) IV !
ftjt. nJ -e Vjy-j L-jagsjr Vw '.iwj
ime to time, by kinfd hearted neigh
bors Several members of the family
ih'ave died from the disease land the
unsanitary surroundings are v!such
the survivors soon contracted the
The citizen, desired to 'have the
State 'Board of 'Health provide bet
ter quarters for the family and Ides-
troy the o'ldsha'ck in which they at
" Just ahead of this citizen, seek
ing afd for human ibelngs, was a
farmer 'who has ihogs suffering from
cholera. The farmer applied for the
treatmenlt that lis accorded in such
cases and was promptly supplied. '
iBut the State 'Board of Health Is
not authorized Iby Jaw to provide as
sistance or relief for human (beings.
It Is well-equipped -for; the 'treat
ment of hogs (but the great state of
Florida, through its legislature, has
not taken into consideraition-the re
lief of linen, women or children who
lbe"come the victims of disease.
IThe state iboard land Its officers
are alike aina'ble to meet such, calls
as were made Iby this citizen, be because
cause because the legislature has failed to
enact the necessary laws or make
available $he necessary funds.
rnhe Incident suggests ta duty to the
next aegiislature. The State iBoard of
Healftih sshould he empowered to ans answer
wer answer appeals of this nature. It
should not he said that In 'Florida a
hog is given 'greater consideration
under the law than a human
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CilFiTJiL :-: STOCK S0,C 00.00.
- 'Slate, County and Clly Boicclld'y.
HOGS VS HXJJUXS
Tampa Tribune: A well-known
citizen, a few days ago, called upon
the .local representative of the State
Board of -Health for the purpose of
asking assistance from that agency
for an indigent family residing near
this city, three members of which
are victims of tuberculosis.
The family is without funds, liv-
in most uncomfortable quarters
and subsisting on aid extended, from
ROOM AXD BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A HALF
Ss. K'3SSS tmaf mmm '.
- 'm -arf- A
1 CTiO-TT A
o Completely Renovated and Ncvr P lan
' NOV UriiN.
9 Room; vvitiioutiiatiijvix j
g Running Water in Every, Room in the House
A GOOD SUGGESTION
1 i. J )j, :
ROOM AND BATH FOR A DOLLAR AND A IL1LF
During the next few months while
work on the farm is "slack", you will
have plenty of time 'to spare; so why
not 'build that fly-proof closet? Don't
wait until r-t spring hut do it now
and Ibe 'prepared before next spring's
crop of flies appears.
The state -board of health will fur furnish
nish furnish you with plans and specifica specifications,
tions, specifications, and the' material will cost on only
ly only a few dollars. What you must
furnish is a little of your time, a lit little
tle little labor and a little interest in your
own welfare and that of your fami family.
ly. family. Florida Health Notes.
Sevanee anil Florida Foot
Tickets on sale Oct. 24th, good to return Oct. 25th.
Popular priced novels, at The
Muray Company. 19-3t
The Little Brownie is the latest
picture machine. At Gerig'3 drug drugstore.
store. drugstore. $1.25. 10-19-tf
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS, Passenger and Ticket Agt., Ocala, Fla.
THE OCALA E VEXING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1914
Brick City Cider and. White Vinegar, in quarts and
50c Jars of Fine California Table Peaches, closing
out at 35 cents per jar.
Ripe Yellow Pumpkins for Pies "like mother used to
make." s v
New Crop of Florida packed Tomatoes.
New Pecans. Fresh Evaporated Apples.
New Dried Prunes.
Kingan's Breakfast Bacon, in strips.
Don't forget our celebrated Coffees, Fresh Roasted
and Ground daily, right in our own store.
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth Included.
This Special Rate ood on any of the Company's
August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.ro.
t For reservations and further particulars apply to
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street,
Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing,
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
Contractor and Builder.
x Distributor of Badger Board for the
State of Florida.
t . -
"We Treat Your Clothes White.".
Rough Dry Work Done C Cents Per Pound.
All Blankets and articles wasted
hy hand, we use soft water only.
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING In
Iff ERIAL STEA
Ocala, Florida IV. Ft. ting Ave.
I W I it II i
BIG MEETING OP CITIZENS TO
At the court house tomorrow
evening, -a meeting of "citizens will be
held to discuss the .bond issue, the
question now of most interest to oar
teity. Meeting will begin alt 8 o'clock.
Enrerjiaody come out.
(BOARD OF GOVERNORS
.The tward of governors of the
Marion County .Boaad of Trade met
'Among other matteris handled was
same oorrespomdence between the
secretary and the Central Barrel
Company, manufacturers' of a patent
ibarrel that can ibe used many times
over, (for shipment of lime, jpotatoes',
pears, etc After some discussion
the secretary was authorized to com communicate
municate communicate with the company and ask
them tfo ra; sample ibarrel.
A proposition1 -was read from a
mattress manufacturing company
(that -wishes fto establish a mattress
factory fhere. This was (thought
most desirable and the secretary
instructed to iwtrite the ipeople anil
offer them any assistance and en encourage
courage encourage me n't that the ;board (can; ex extend.
tend. extend. Board of trade mill meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
BAGGED A BIG BUNCH
Shrewd Revenue Officers : Capture
3Ioonshiners and Smashed their
Collector of internal revenue T."
V. Smith was 'in town today, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by .Messrs. V. L. Craig, mar mar-sal
sal mar-sal of Center Hi W, and 1. A. Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds of Tampa.
Mr. Smith in the last few weeks
traced a 'big moonshine still Stl thev
swamp near -the Sumtei and Lake
county lines. Accompanied toy the
two gentlemen named, he raided the
still last night, captu ed the opera operators
tors operators and smashed their plant.
.The moonshiners W. H. Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, James Davis and Bicke Davis,
their, servant y John Hassoe,
iwere brought to Ocala (by the officers
an'd (will be held for 'trial. The still
was an old-timer, effectually .hidden
and had .baffled search for years.
HOW A WAR BREAKS OUT
Following is the Program, Beginning
at 8:30 Friday Evening if the
,Iyet Us Have Peace- 'Ernest Ball.
Where the River Shannon' (Flows
-Jas. 'J. Russell. '?
Two 'Hymns, selected. ; y.
Dream Girl Waltzes Harlem.
O, How Delightful (medley) E.
X. Catlin. ;'i";
The Teddy Bear's Picnic John
AV. Bratton. :
Front Section (march).
Appointed for. Lakeland Reunion by
Times-Union : General John 'L.
Ingills, commanding the Florida di division,
vision, division, lUnited Confederate Veterans,
ih'as announice'd Jhis sp'onsorial staff
for (the Coming idMsion reunion to be
helld at Jakdlanid October 28 2 9 and
30, as follows: .f:: -V
IMatron of ihonor, (Mrs. J. W. Win Win-plgler
plgler Win-plgler Seffner ': v'..
Sjonsor.jMiss. Annie P. Johnston,
of Bartow.' x : l:- :
.Maids' of honor: 'Iiss Oladys
Wiilson of Dakeiiand, and iMiss Em Emma
ma Emma Waira'ce 'Scott oif South Jaclcson-
SOMETHING FOR HOUSE-
: WIVES TO CONSIDER
rrimesUnion: From the South
Georgia Progress rwe learn that the
sheriff of Ben Hisil county has sent
lout the 'fallowing notice to ihouse ihouse-rwives:
rwives: ihouse-rwives: I Wave instructed my deputies to
arrest all fcobks tfound 5n po'ssession
df (food supplies carried from their
place of employment, unless in pos
session of an order from you to the
Sheriff and deputies, that they have
been taken with the knowledge of
In endorsem" Jit of this the Dub Dublin
lin Dublin Courier-Herald says:
Break up the unauthorized toting
away of supplies via the kitchen door
and you go far toward soirisng the
unemployed problem and enforcing
the Calvin vagrancy law.
In a wreek you 11 flush enough cot cot-tJon
tJon cot-tJon pickers to get it all to .the gins
before another rain, (however unsat unsatisfactory
isfactory unsatisfactory ithe price.
There is great deal of truth in this.
The cooks who carry away food from
the (homes df their employers carry
$t away ito feed Idle thusbands or sons
who jsliould be at work They are
(not only robbing theirs employers
but they are 'also encouraging idle idleness
ness idleness that is the halfway station to
.The 'housewives who -look closely
after ifcheir affairs are not robbed
out many are so negligent that more
food is cooked than the family needs.
Provision i s 3nt enti on all y m ad e for
an idle man mto is apt also to be a
ibru'tal man. The cooks themselves
would fare Abetter if this habit that
so many of them have of carrying
food home (were (broken up for it
would put their husbands or sons
to work to nelp support the family
and if engaged In ihonorable work
rtshey would treat their families bet better
ter better than if debauched by idleness.
. (From Leslie's Weekly)
At the nd of the long, tense week,
every hour Of which they had ex ex-ipeeted
ipeeted ex-ipeeted either of the summons or the
averting of the crisis, a number of
French; officers and distinguished ci civilians
vilians civilians gathered on the porch of. the
hotel. It was afternoon. The wait waiters
ers waiters 'Were spreading cloths (preparatory
Ito serving' tea. It seemed almost as
if a lull had come in all that dread
The group on the hotel 'porch at
Dinard ; ihad quite reassured them
selves, liad 'become lively in fact,
when' 'upon the evening air, -beating
iin upon their consciousness, until, un-
willingly, they found themselves f orc-
ed to ibel ieve it, c am e the el an g
clang! elang! of the tocsin striking.
Men, and men's hearts -stood till.
. Olang! clang! clang! clang! clang!
From the church tower in the
square ;it sounded its summons to the
en circling, countryside, and all .who
heard knew those hells were ringing
Ithe death if civilization's carefully
nurtured propaganda of peace. Inside
tfhe Wotel (the "erk 'at the desk was
just lifting fhis tpen 'to write a name.
He 'dropped it, and ; ran, leaving,
where the name 'should Jhjave ibeen
tonly a splotch of ink. From the oin-
ing room waiters trooped 'hurriedly.
(throwing aside their aprons. Book
keepers left their accounts, porters
their luggage, millionaires their lux lux-atriious
atriious lux-atriious (suites and all men their lab
ors or that which at the moment en engaged
gaged engaged them. It was a motely pro
cession that went trooping to the
square, nor was all of It men.
'Xursemaa'ds were Mragglng fright frightened1
ened1 frightened1 children- 'protestingly along.
Jean, Jacques, Francois might be off 1
It was- hq time for oonsidera'tiion,
Xor were nursemaids or other bumble
'sweet hearts of the soldier lads alone
iamong that crowd that .packed the
green There cam e women of all
degrees, some, with folded parasols,
wore their neck st rings of fine 'pearls.
And over them all rested the weight
of an awful silence. It struck too
deep forewords or tears.
(The (bell iha'd stopped ringing.' A
man got up above the crowd and
kirew something from, a blue envel-
ope A blue envelope means "tie
gram!" in France. He 'began read
in g in a hushed voice. There were
cries of "louder!' and then in aVoice
it-hat broke towards the end, he cried
out to all those gathered there the
message wired from the minis'try of
war ordering the mobolization of the
French army. The women of Brit-
tany, itheir white coifs on their neads
Icoked at their men's proud should
ers set, and knew it meant war. Too
brave to weep their ejres brighten
ed redly and they turned away.
A good one-horse load for CH.CD
A huge two-horse load (nearly a cord) for
18 inch3 in length, different as it
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
SEVEXTY-FOUR "NEW SHIPS
Seventy --four fcreign-built -essels
with an aggregate of 266,373 tons,
have taken American registry since
ific '"F!nT"rrf!!Ti war tmira n rr r! In
to an official statement by the de
partment of commerce.
Great Britain has been the neav neav-iest
iest neav-iest loser, sixty-two of the vessels
previously sailing under the British
flag. 'Seven German and five Bel Belgian
gian Belgian ships complete the list.
Cash on Delivery.
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who owns the dwelling the business property -that ttcCj -in
of course you think that you do; but are you riht?
the question is worth considering;, it involves tho origin -as3
the development of individual ownership in land. 1
'-Xy' r!-xy '"y":A:x:x-:i-y: x :xyy -. ;:-Ax:: v' : :
in the beginnis of civilization no man owned any denaito ,rrt
of the earth. nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
It; homes and. trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti-
ul for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu-
florida title and abstract corporation
V '-' x-r v x-xx.-xyx:-X''-;i -x vv,;:;v: y -i.xx-- ,... V.
v liu llev. Abbott Charles, Presr liev. Father Benedict, Director.
L Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile TJast of San Antonio A
I Boarding School for BoysJChartered June 4, 1CG9 ;
CLASSICAL -AND GQLHUGIAL GOUOSES
$220 FOR TBI SCHOOL LiOilTIIS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGIUPU,' TKLSPIIONE, EXPni:S3 end
A. C. Ii. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 6, 19K- $
SAINT LEO, Pasco County, FLORIDA
If SYou Will Talie Enonnii of Cur Ice :
We will thank you. Our drivers will thank you.
And If the teams could talk "they would thank you, toofor helptes
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.
saEa lee S IPaeEiainie Go
Not a Theatrical "Fan."
Reuben "Silas don't seem to car
much fer the theater." Hiram "No,
he don't. When I was with him in
New York we went to cue o' them
continual performances, an' we wasn't
there mo re' n three or four hours af or
h got tired."
kite mM mm
Teams For Rent IAqM and Heavy Haullnn
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling In
Quality or Price
COIJJEK"-. BEOS., Proprietors.-
Star Want Ads. Bring Results-
THE OCALA KVEAiNG StAlU WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. 19it
H30ZBIGS OF 'THE VAW
Did Graco over dream her act would cauoo cuch vido circad sulci-jZ
OH PSAR AT4CCUINS;
mux 15 IMPCCID A,
tAUWAVS SOHE BniCMTT SPct;
Look att -ma PSYOTiOJsJ
YOU t0 fMt-
BAD. I irl"T U.D rn-l
SHE 15; f
IT OONT YOU
oh pa TMis s. A I I rr
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I Wilbur Smith Co.
E. C. S3IITH, Mgr. J
nncral Directors i
Office lhone 10.
Night Plione 91.
All work given our personal f(
attention and guaranteed fully. J
11 V. Oklawalia Avenue.
I OCALA, FLORIDA.
I have mo.ed to the Burnett
Building on East Fort King Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, where I am prepared to do
all kinds of Furniture Repairing
on short notice. Expert work ex executed
ecuted executed in this line and all work
I have just received a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see them.
A. M. B0BB1TT,
14 FORT ICING AVENUE
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located in Ocala, Pla., Expert worK
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
W. W. Kimball Co, Ocala.
4 ?i r?w
For Good Wood
BIG Load for iit.
Your Order vrill bare
I J. L. SMOAK'
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Oogain ths Fastery
Over Blood TrouMo
Ho Matter Hew Disheartening
You Can Overcome it.
Belle view, Oct. 20. (Mrs. Isaac X.
Nichols returned last tWedn'esday
from Ocala, where efre (had been vis visiting
iting visiting -with her daughter, lMr. I. I.
iMrs. J. !X. Shedd left for Ocala
last Saturday, where he will visit
with ifriends and incidentally liae
some dental rwork done.
"Sriigglefooit" made a trip to
Friutland Park last aionday morning
in a big 'Hudson six, and after visit visiting
ing visiting all ttl.e other doggies in and
around Fruitland Park -he ire-turned
to his ihome via the Hudson six
route Tuesday morning.
A carrf from Qlrs. Joseph Millsom,
at New -Haven, Conn., states that
owing to an attack of illness, 3he
was unable to lake 'the -Clyde steam- j
er leaving New York "last Saturday,)
as she had intended, and that the
date of her arrival ihere 'would be
The mem!bers of 'the Baptist
church, in conference assembled,
cald IRev. J. R. Kirby to their
church, if or the ensuing yc&r.
.Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Skinner fleft
last week for a visit (to south Flori Florida,
da, Florida, nvTiere they -will be ntertaiiited
by .Mr. tSumn-eVs-s parents,.
Mr. Sam tMillican, for many years
station agent at fBelleview, is re relieving
lieving relieving Mr. Sumner during his 'ab 'absence
sence 'absence in south Florida.
The writer iwas one of abtout, twen twenty
ty twenty others that left Ocala last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday jon the Coast Line and sojourned
down to the quiet fllttSe elty of L-ses-
burg, and as members of (the Oral a
Lodge, O. iE. S., duly organized, in
stalled and Initiated a new lodge of
'Eastern Star, 'with about twenty
charter members taking the degree.
The affair -passed off erinootbly and
the Ocala delegation was entertained ;
right royally by ?the nev,'ly Instltited
CMr. W. N. Fielding, s5ction mnster
for the Seaboard not to be outdone
by Qrayor Ham eg in his "ork of
cleaning ud the town, has devoted
the energies of bis gang to the clean cleaning
ing cleaning up of ithe large oak !trees or- the
right of way (from the depot, -running
south, and if or a numbei of Idaji; the
sound of ithe tax and the cracking of
the burning (branches, bas made
pleasant music -Co jt'he ear, as well as
beaptifed that end of .town.
iMr. Scarsdale, from OlissiouTl but
who -winters in Candler, epent part
of last .Monday in our tbwn looking
over the gound for a business open opening.
ing. opening. The latch Ss out, the -water
is fine and there is always room for
Ir. and .Mrs. Edwin iRomer, of
Pittsburg, who arrived here a few
weeks ago if ram points on ttihu East
Coast, aeft for Pittsburg last Tuesday
A pair of prairie schooner. ifrom
Kentucky, on thir way ito 'AVauchula,
passed thru town Jast Tuesday morn
OCALA FRATEMIAL ORDERS
3IARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Clarion-Dunn Lodge TCo. 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 OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. SM
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs, Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secy. 1
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.f
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. Q.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala 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
iting brothers. Wm. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
DAIRYING IX FLORIDA
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at S p. m.', every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
;f r4 Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. 'Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 699. L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at 8:30 p. u.
.Visiting brethern always welcome o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street, near postoffioc.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M
(Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter sNo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, H. P.
' Jake -Brown, Secretary.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
(From the Rural JNew Yorker)
While reading your Issue of June
1st, ,1 was Impressed by the low price
received for milk by your onilk .-producers.
Last week I made a trip
around among some dairies in.tbis
county, looking at the cows and
their equipment, and the -prices for
mlilk seem much "higher 'here. One
at Ocala, ihad been offer ed 40 cents
per gallon for all be could produce,
making a two year contract, the
milk to be delivered at a railroad de depot,
pot, depot, within two m'iles cf the barn,
but they preferred to bottle .their
milk and deliver to consumers, la
Ocala, abo"t two miles. The farm
is on the outskirts of the town, but
within the corporate (limits. (Milk is
delivered to consumers in Ocala at
124 cents per quart and the. dairy dairyman?
man? dairyman? could not supply the demand.
I .believe cows an be 'fed there as
cheaply as 'in (New York. Our good
lanrtf a will (produce the greater part
of (the feed. I shall fill my silo' in
Julj', and silage keeps just as well
'hens tas anywhere We do not need
She expensive barns and use none
of trur feed to 'generate body beat.
The?e seems to me to be a much bet--ter
profit here than in tbe Niorth.
Our towns and cities are growing so
fast, it seems almost imipo-ssible to
furnisb and siipply milk, cream, etc.
'A firm making ice cream an Jack Jack-sanville
sanville Jack-sanville gets its cream from New New-York
York New-York via Clyde Line boats. It can
be made at less co.5t -here than in
New York. Not in all iFlorida land,
but in any good hammock land.
S. lH. Gaitskill.
tXJaJE have just added to our business, a large
vv u. 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 rubbur
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.
11 l ait ;
Queue's seleeQedip fpsr onlIonP
. . i.
BOOKS ARE OPEN
Blood disorders are quickly checked by
S. S. S., the famous blood purifier. It
rnsbea Into the blood and in three min minutes
utes minutes has traversed the entire circulation.
It penetrates to where the blood is made.
It washes out those spots and places
where stagnation has settled. It cleanses
the membranes, drives Irritation 'jfrom
the joints, fills the blood stream with
antidotal Influence and from head to foot
creates conditions that make for blood
health. There are people In every com
munity who know this to be true. They
have used S. S. S. for severe forms of
rheumatism, for indolent, ulcerated spots.
for eruptive skin diseases, for any and
all those bodily conditions caused by
blood loaded with Impurities. Being a
pure product of Nature it can not hurt
the stomach and has therefore been the
Tefue of a host of people misguided la
their dilemma by first flying to those
dangerous mercurial drugs which have
' claimed so many unfortunates. If the
' skin breaks out in a rash, if boils or
j other eruptions appear, if there are blood
, risings or any other Indications of Im
; pure rioca get n trrtie ci s. is. s. at
enre of any druggist. But beware of
substitutes. If ia doubt as to your trou trouble
ble trouble or -you wish competent medical ad ad-viv
viv ad-viv fre, write to the medical depart department.
ment. department. The Swift Specific Co., r8 Swift
E!d7.. Atlanta, Ca. This department Is
kr own far and wide as one of te great great-ct
ct great-ct of blns f blood sufferers. But don't
&l:iy Ic en a bottle f S, S. 8. today.
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT
People often accept statements wit.
People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, "I am not convinc
ed," which leads -us to remark that
there is nothing that will so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain's Cough -Remedy as
a -personal trial. :Mrs. John 'Fishtou,
Peru, Ind., -who used this remedy in
her family for the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy to my children
wben sick with coughs or colds. I
like it better than any other because
they take it willingly and it is free
from narcotics. It has never failed
to give immediate relief." For sale
by all dealers. adv.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.: M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IX
CM. D. Faucett, of Gillsville, Ga.,
says be had taken his weight in med
icine for headache and constipa
tion, bv t never used anything that
did him so much good as Chamber
lain's Tablets. For sale by all
The city registration books are
open and those who wish to vote in
the coming bond elections bad be3t
go t( the city clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop
erly registered. Poll taxes are paid j
in the county tax collector's office at i
the court house, but the fact that you J
We ship in Sealed Tins.
We solicit your orders.
ttHh If liiialiii ili'.TraiiOT?'
are correctly registered in the county
books will not entitle you to vote in
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books.
Light your automobile with elec electric
tric electric ,. lights.- For particulars write
Box 1075, Tampa, Fla. 1 0-7-3 Otd
Pay Your 1015 Automobile Licence
and Get a Brand New Tag for
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing tnis license are doing
so in open violation of the laws of
Florida. All funds derived from au automobile
tomobile automobile licenses for private use go
Into the road fund.
3-30t W. L. Colbert, Tare Collector.
A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General 'Merchandise
tock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Block,
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 FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Prth cf the Kakapo.
Several birds make regrular paths to
and from thefr resorts. Those of the j
Antarctic penguins are noted by all
explorers. In their region. Very no-
ticeable are those in the haunts of, the
kakapo, the large, rock-dwelling, bur- ;
row-nesting owl-like parrot of the
mountains of New Zealand. They
beat down regular paths along the j
spurs and ridges where they v abound,
so that a person might be excused for ;
supposing they were meant for human
feet. It Is along these avenues that
the birds go to and fro on their noc nocturnal
turnal nocturnal rambles, and' as they march
they snip off and perhaps eat every
protruding spear of grass or weed,
keeping the path perfectly clean.
When the path is buried In snow they
still follow it on the surface and soon
beat down a .tr?ek.
Commercial Bank Block, n
31agnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 223
'MFQ 'FnfMfI fmFV7p '.renter:
. Jotinriy'G Place v."
I AM now in business for myself. Conducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and aiail "Order House. I can give you the best there
is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business bas taught me what the public wacts,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRJCE3
A PERTINENT QUESTION
The question has b?en asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior to pills?" The answer is,
"They are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. 03e sides
they improve the ap-petite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
rbowels in a natural and healthy con
dition, while the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed by constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
Good Old 5 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jug
Good Old 80 Proof
Com or Gin, in jugs
"";. i y'-i '.-V'.'? f" V-''- 9
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in jugs at per
gallon.. (J J JQ
Remember -taat we will fill
any order yem send us and
meet the price of any other
Make my -place your, headquarters vrhile in the city. You will b3
welcome and be treated right at all. times and on every transao
o -f tt.T.t'i'nwrta Din t,a
The FINEST BEER vou ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot
ties and on draft.
! i f -N -t.
H IMlj :-:" mm mm
Larpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more, and better
work for the money than any other
contractor In the city.
Every one has the power of speak speaking
ing speaking with sweet inflection. Every one
can attain a reposeful utterance and
clear enunciation by tra'nlng the ear
and voice tt work toge"ser In avoid avoiding
ing avoiding harsh rones, and cultivating the
middle and more mellow register In
every voice. Excitement sends it up
to a screaming pitch, but self-control
will lower it again, and its playground
should be through the varying har harmonies
monies harmonies or cadences of five notes.
C. G. Conn Bb cornet,
high pitch with C attachment, prac- j
tically new, and will sell at a bar-j
gain. Apply at SUr.office.-r-lO-19-tf
The Management of DH. McCLAHS
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
oflicesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger QuarteiJMorFnH will be Rca
Strictly Upon Ethical Lines
nounci o a. r 2. to 4:3 o p. n.
THE OC.IIjA EVENING STAB. .WEDNTSnAV, OCTOBER- 21, 1011
1VIUU LULlrb IN KlVkn
Made Especially for Misses
" o-" :.
PECULIAR FORMATIONS THAT
ARE HARD TO EXPLAIN.
y Will soon be here and you will have to consumer more electric cur
rent. Why not prepare now by installing
Presence cf "Islands,' Forming Serious
Obstruction to Navigatfon, Has
Never Ceen Accounted fcr on
Ml. -M;vy& Jti&fr
M&$r" S mm hM
i n u i
the beautiful work of Pard
gon Typewriter Ribbons and
Red Seal Carbon Papers;
when you see the strong
colors, the clean-cut im impressions,
pressions, impressions, clear and sharp,
distinct as copper plate;
when you see how much
work you get out of each
ribbon and each carbon
Does it ever occur to you
that back of these results is
a long, long story?
Vc experimented for years
to determine exactly the kind
of fabric needed in a typewriter
ribbon, and to evolve the
formulas which produce
the best results in the various
colors, both of ribbons and car carbon
bon carbon papers. Then take the
machinery. The average per person
son person would hardly think, in
looking at a Paragon Ribbon
or a sheet of Red Seal Carbon
Paper, that delicate and costly
machinery is demanded in its
manufacture, and thu the
evolution of this machinery has
required years of study and
This is the story of
Red Seal Carbon
The results are know n.
These brands are the recog recognized
nized recognized leade rs and we have told
you why they are the leaders.
Leadership is never a matter
of chance or accident. It is
a matter of hard consistent
effort. And it is thus and thus
only that Paragon Typewriter
Ribbons and Red Seal Carbon
Papers have won the leading
Our illustrated booklet, "Remtico
Typewriter Supplies furnished on
request. Get our quotations on jour
next ribbon and carbon order.
Telephone or nvrite us today.
220 V. BAY ST1CLKT
i The territory within a mile or two
of each of the mouths of the Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi is characterized by large swell swellings
ings swellings or upheavals of tough, bluish
gray clay, to which has ben applied
the name "mud lumps."-
Many of these' lumps, says the Mem Memphis
phis Memphis Commercial Appeal, rise Just off
shore and t form islands having a
height or five or ten feet, but some
do not reach the water surface.
To an observer at the mouth of the
river the idea that the region is a
great dumping ground for a large
part of the United States is most Im Impressive.
pressive. Impressive. The land is being built out
into the sea at an estimated average
rate of about three hundred feet a
year. In one place In Garden Island
bay the land appears: to have advanced
2,000 feet in the sprlng'of 1S12.
The mud lumps are commonly twen twenty
ty twenty to thirty feet broad and stand twen twenty
ty twenty to thirty feet above the adjacent
bottom. Generally a mud lump rises
j in a few weeks or months to a height
of four or five feet above ths surface
of the water. Then it 'remains quiet
and Is beaten down by the waves in
j the course of a few years. Many of
j them subside, however, and gome dls-
appear over night.
Among the most conspicuous and
Impressive features of the mud lumps
j are the mud springs that aro active
on many, if not all of them. The dis discharge
charge discharge from these springs consists
; of salt, watery mud and gasin fact,
gas escapes at many places on the
! surface of the delta of the Mississippi.
; Gas rises In bubbles in all the mud
j It is considered by j come scientists
that the mud lumps are produced by
a gentle seaward flow of It vers of
semi-fluid clay under the Ij.nd and
the shallow water under the ends of
the passes. 'The mud lumps appearto
be the product of flow, because in no
other places have such thick bodies
of clay been found, and the fact that
they occur almost exclusively near
the ends of the passes and that they
are most active during and after times
of high water seems to support this
They are now cheaper and' more efHcient than ever.
For the same current you are now. consuming in carbon la.mp3
j they will give three times the" light.
. Come in and 3et us demonstrate.
North 3Iain Street OCALA, FLORIDA.
Plowing With Dogs.
One' of our correspondents while
waiting for a steamer at Eaglo on the
Yukon was attracted by loud bowlings
In several different keys, accompanied
by a string of fluent oaths and curses,
writes the" editor of the Engineering
and Mining Journal. On Investigating
the source of the uproar ho discov discovered
ered discovered an indignant prospect farmer at
tempting to plow a small field with
a team of five big, shaggy "huskies."
It was July ,5, and the temperature
was 85 degrees in the shade. The
poor dogs, with swollen tongues hang hanging
ing hanging from their mouths, were strug struggling
gling struggling gamely in the hot sun, but were
moving the plow only by small, irregui
lar t Jerks. Every few minutes they
would throw themselves exhausted on
the ground, and then their excited
master would assail them with whip,
boots and verbal pyrotechnics simul simultaneously.
taneously. simultaneously. Altogether, it was pic
turesque, but ineffective plowing. TJn-
luckily, there was no local S. P. C. Av
VERY special attention, in these days
of specializing, is given to the
miss from sixteen to twenty years old,
in the matter of her millinery. After
our young lady has passed sweet six sixteen,
teen, sixteen, and up to the time that her school
days are finished, a fine discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination must be exercised in selecting
Two favorites in the world of vel velvet
vet velvet hats designed for misses are pic pictured
tured pictured here. They show an expert
sense of clothes on the part of their
designer. In these hats we see the
simplicity of trimming which is char characteristic
acteristic characteristic of the season. And we are
confronted with a diversity of size
when the time comes to make a
Shapes range from the small close close-fitting
fitting close-fitting turban to the wide-brimmed
picture hat. The simplest of the
round turbans like that one shown
here, fall within the choice for misses.
ROSE BUSHES WANTED
But the largest of the wide-brimmed
hats are not for her. Their brims
are too eccentric and she must con confine
fine confine herself to simpler lines.
But the miss is not always confined
to the conventional in the choice of
her hat, even if she Is obliged to re remember
member remember simplicity. This is very evi evident
dent evident in the striking and original tur turban
ban turban shown here. This odd shape, de developed
veloped developed in either plush or velvet, is
full of youthful ds.sh. It is perfectly
plain, having a crown that is a con continuation
tinuation continuation of the coronet. It might; be
more accurately described as a cap
made in two" tiers. It fits snugly to
the head and becomes a background
for the feather ornament which is
posed at the front. In tile picture this
is a simulated bird's head. But even
Imitation birds are a little "taboo"
and a pretty made fancy feather, will
prove a better chc ice for the young
girl. JULIA BOTTOMLEV.1
!( I til ni I rt 1'.
IV mjj u tj U L.UU
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 in any quantity.
For further information address is
Crystal River, I
0 ilQTFR Pfl
Ill.SJIolLtl 1)0, ::
Pay Your 1915 Xlcenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
; were due Oct. 1 st, 1914. Any con
tinuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is in open violation of the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col
lector "Will Issue the license and fur furnish
nish furnish all blanks and other information
on request. ItespectfuJJv',
W. :E. Smith, County Judge.
W. olbert. Tax Collector. 3-301
0 The Insulting Grocer, j
The admission of bribery on the part
of the New Haven lines led Jerome S.
McWade, the Duluth capitalist, to say
at an advertising mens banquet:
"Confessions of this sort do harm.
They make the public think that all
capital is corrupt. 'Yet one corrupt
capitalist doesn't prove' the corruption
of all capital, does it?
j "Yet, apropos of this wretched Mel-
t len business, a Socialist grocer insult-
j ed me this morning.
I "The man told me gloomily, apropos
of some overdue interest, that he'd
have to close down he couldn't make
groceries pay any longer,
"'Well, said I, 'try some other busi business.
ness. business. There are thousands of ways of
Every tiny infant makes life's per-5 making money.'
spective wider and brighter. And what- "'Yes, but there's only one honest
eer mere is to en- WftV Mr MnWd
The Hew Baby
is World's Wondsi
The nurses at the laribn County
Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate j the gift
of rose cuttings or plants of any
kindl If you have any flower plants
you iwi&h to give, please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be ap
preciated. x .- v
i See -our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 1 0-2-6 t
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased 'portion of" the
ear. There is only one iway to cure
deafness, and that Is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies.' Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian tube. When
this tube is inflamed you can jhear a
rumbling sdund or imperfect hearing
and wnen it 'is entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness Is the result, .nd unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation oan !be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
Shearing swill be destroyed forever ;
nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing (but an in inflamed
flamed inflamed condition of the mucous sur surfaces.
We will give one hundred 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.,
Toledo, Ohio., Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
mm f 'r, ' "JL U.
Ji i t.
hance its arrival and
to ease and' comfort
the expectant mother
should be given at attention.
tention. attention. Among the
foal VualrvnT Vilinrei
J known as "Mother's
Friend." It is so
well thought of by
"What way is that? said I.
"He gave a loud, harsh laugh.
"'I thought you wouldn't know it
Dividing Two Birds Among Twelve.
One canary bird plus one parrot, di-
women that most drug stores through- 1 vlded by twelve, equals X.
Solve for X.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any iour. -Adv.
A skilled pharmacist will person personal;
al; personal; care for your prescription work,
If snt to Bitting &. Knight. Phone
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
out the Lnited States carry "Mother's
Friend" as one of their staple and reli reliable
able reliable remedies. It is applied to the
abdominal muscles to relieve the strain
on ligaments and tendons.
In a little book are described more
fully the. many reasons -why "Mother's
Friend" has been a friend indeed to
women for more than two generations.
This book was prepared n3t only to aid
the Inexperienced but to enable so many
women to have at hand tha tirfiely hints,
suggestions an-! helps in concise and
neatly printed form for renrly xeference.
It should be in all homes. "Mother's
Friend" may be had of almost any drug druggist
gist druggist but if you fail to find it write us di direct
rect direct and a!so write for book to Bradfield
Regulator Co., 303 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta,
ELLIS NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELXJS, Manager.
ALTj THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to Cam's Grocery Store
Such is the problem which confronts
Judge Rothgerber' in his attempts to
distribute equitably the estate of Mrs.
Christina Leonard.' One canary bird
and one parrot equals a portion of the
estate to be divided among the heirs.
Twelve equals the number of heirs,
and X equals what each will get out of
Mrs. Linnie Herbld and Mrs. R. Cur Curry
ry Curry were called to the bedside of the
testator as witnesses to her will. In
gratitude for their services, Mrs.
Leonard bequeathed to each a bird.
The law forbids witnesses to benefit
under a will. Therefore" the feathered
legacies must be divided .among the
other heirs. Denver News.
Money In National Banks.
. At tne beginning of last year there
were in .this country in actual opera operation
tion operation 7,337 national bnks, representing
a paid-in capital of $1,046,012,5S0.
Notice is hereby given Hhat until
9th Day of November, 1914,
at 3 o'clock in th-e afternoon, sealed
bids for the erection of a public
school building at Citra, iMarion
county, Florida, will foe received by
the 'Board of Public Instruction for
the county of Marion, state of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, said building to be according to
plans and specifications now on file
at the office of the secretary of said
board, in Ocala, Florida. Said plans
and specifications may be seen at the
office of the said board at any time,
and copies thereof may be obtained
from'E. C. Hosford, architect, by
application to him at his office In
Eastman, Georgia, ani making de deposit
posit deposit of twenty ($20) dollars. A
certified check payable to the order
of the said board equal to five per
cent, of the amount thereof must
accompany each bid. Bids will be
received on the general building con contract,
tract, contract, including heating and plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, or on the building contract
alone, or on the heating and plumb plumbing
ing plumbing alone. All communications
should be addressed to J. H. Brinson.
Secretary, Ocala, Fla. 10-7-5-i-wed
THE OCAA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 101 i
LOCAI LEGISL ATI AON.
'Moose meet tomorrow- night.
Board of Trade torn or row evening.
Band concert Friday evening.
Royal Arch meets (Friday night.
Woodmen meet 'Friday evening.
The very latest novels at RUGG RUGGER'S.
ER'S. RUGGER'S. 10-5
All kinds of hulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Store. 10-Kt
Pure sparkling soda water in clean,
polishes glasses at KREGER'S. 10-8
IOE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S; 10-S
FROZEN MINTS the new chewing
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
(Mr. Carlton Erwin is spending
this .week in Clearwater.
"The Bst (Man," at The iMurray
Fishing tackle that will bring the
fish from the water at KREGER'S. tf
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
;Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily iby Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. Max. Min. R. F.
Oct. l: 81 67 1.36
Oct. 2 82 69 .
Oct. 3 ...82 67 .41
Oct. 4 .'.83 66 .38
Oct. 5 .84 67
Oct. 6 .... .84 68 .45
Oct. 7...v. S3 68
Oct. S. .83' 68
Oct. 9 .82 65
Oct. 10 ... .82 64
Oct. 11. 84 65
Oct. 12. ... . .83 61
Oct. 13 . .S3 61
Oct. 14. . . . .S2 65
Oct. 15 .SS 66 .33
Oct. 16.. 75 55
Oct. 17. . 17 76 6S
Oct. IS 18 78 62
Oct. 19. ...... .79 56'
Forecast for this Evening and
Tor Florida: Unsettled tonight
and Thursday. Probable showers.
'The Democratic Rhine Maid," at
The Murray Company. 19-3t
Our Mr. Wrcnn." The iMurray
When yov seed stationery, go to
Full STring" at The Murray Com-
Purity in drugs 13 everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
New Crop Florida Seed Hye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
DENNISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGER'S. 924-tf
"Captivating lMary Carstalrs," at
The iMurray Company. 19-3t
Keep a picture record of the chil
ren. A (Little 'Brownie will do It.
Buy La mo Feed; 'builds cows up;
makes more milk; makes richer
milk. Guaranteed Ho do it toy us,
Once tried, always used. The John
Ttozier Co. 10-16-2t.
"L. - .. - 1
VManager Hunter of the Ocaia
baseball team, says our city is going
to make a great effort to Induce one
of the big league teams to -train in
Ocala next spring, and the Star
hopes everybody will help him In
.For 'Florida fair tonight. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday -partly cloudy, probahle showers
north and central portions.
In our account of Kiie "purchase,
(by tMr. .Walter .Tucker, of the Aus
tin (residence on Ofciawaha avenue, a
few days ago, our reporter failed to
mention the .fact that (Mr. S. S. Sav Savage
age Savage Jr., maide the sale of the proper
ty to Mr. Tucker. iMr. Sajvage Is
quite a successful (real estate opera operator
tor operator and in Ibis "quiet and unassum
ing way makes a good many trades
in the ctiy and county.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t
-jS air. Stiles, tjie cashier of the Com-
mercaai itjana, axer a uook at con
ditions in some northern states, says
Florida; doesn't' "know what toard
2,000 BOXES OF
Nearly Ready to Ship.
OX TREES OF A BEAUTIFUL
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I nave a splendid Orange
Grove, of 16 acres, on. 20-acre
tract, aill fenced ibut no other im improvements.
provements. improvements. 'More than '2,000
boxes of oranges now on trees
almost ready to ship. Bi
trees, mostly budded to Parson
Price of Property as it stands
Greatest Bargain in the County.
Call on or Address
S. Savage, Jf
Room o, Merchant's Block,
Phone 125, OCALA, FLA
"Co RTortli by Sea"
Merchants & miners! Trans. Co.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Besi
eervice. Wireless telegraph on al)
steamers. Through fares and ticket?
to all Northern and Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent;. :
, Jacksonville, Fla.
Olr. -Neil Weathers of iNew York
city, is in London, in the interests of
the laiw firm of wihi'ch he is a promi
Alt the meeting of Tuiula Uodge
last night, Messrs J. D. OlcCasklll
and Barney ISpencer were given the
first degree 1n Odd Fellowship.
Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN
DIES at KREGER'S. 105
Let the children kodak. A little
Brownie is just the thing for them.
The" Carn-Thoma market Is in
operation! and giving the best of sat
isfaction to Its mstdmer3. :
ICE CREAM, all that the name
Implies, at KREGER'S. 10-8
While Messrs. J. J. McCranie, J.
G. Kichline and S. S SUvage were
out in the country near Sharp's Fer Ferry
ry Ferry yesterday, they tran across an im immense
mense immense iblacksnake, w(hdoh JChey klUed.
It rwas seven ifeet long.
Attempt to Unbunch the Bunch Or Ordinance
dinance Ordinance The city council met Tuesday.
Present were members C. W. Hunter,
M. J. Roess, E. C. Bennett, H. A.
Fausett and J. C. Smith, and H. C.
Sictrunky clerk; also Frederick
Hocker, city attorney. r
Several communications 'were re
ceived and referred to the proper
A communication from Mayor
Robertson was received stating that
he had suspended" Policeman Felts
for allowing profane language to be
used on the streets and failing to ar
rest the offenders. This case was
investigated by the police committee
and PolicTaan iFelts .was cleared
Chairman 11 nter introduced a
resolution (In reference to the "bond
election to be held Tuesday, Oct. 27.
air. .Hunter's resolution! provides
that the form of ballot shall (be so
expressed as to allow the voter to
rote for or against each separate
proposition. The resolution was
unanimously adopted. j v
iMem'bers R. L. Martin and R. S.
Rogers were appointed canal com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. 1
;Mr. J. N. Tol'ar, al"denman ifrom
the ifourth iward, having .removed
from the city, his office was declare J
Council adjourned until the next
regular meeting. .. I
riMr. Perry Nugent has purchased
the fine launch I sab ell e froni -Mr.
George Robinson. The hoat will be
kept at its usuall, moorings at Silver
Springs and will add greatly to the
social interests otf Sts new owner
and his many friends. v
.Mr. J. C. iHowell and Mr. F. W.
Ellison of Anthony, left yesterday
for -Danla, on the East r Coast near
(MIami, rwhere they vrtH jointly plant
a large field o-f tomatoes. They snip
ped down a carload of mules and
(horses, and a lot of 'feed stuff for
use on the farm. The gentlemen
will not iby any means,' remove tneir
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residence from; this county, as : the
venture there is onlyfor:the.sjon,
as far as they knorw now. v. -.pr
POXY BUOOY WANTED
Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or buggy. Alust be in good condi
tion and quite a light one. Apply at
Jtar office; 10-15-tf
'Everything in, the kodak line, at
Gerig's drugstore. 10-19?tf
Rough on the Old Maids.
In a quiet English village there was
recently held a celebration in the
schoolroom at the dedication of a new
fire engine. It was a giddy, evening,
with three speeches by local clergy
men and a long-winded oration by a
t)ald-headed politician. The gem of the
evening was the following toast;
"May she (the fire engine) be like the
dear old maids of our village always
ready, but never wanted!"
Woman (excited and disheveled)
"Quick! Give me a glass of brandy
for a woman in a fit" Druggist
(calmly) "Yes, madam. To drink
now or to take away with you?"
London Opink n. V
Come in and see the -work the Lit Lit-tie
tie Lit-tie Brownie will do. Gerig's
iMessrs. J. D. Rooney and R. T.
tWeaTer are ihome from Tampa,
Where Ithey went in: the interest of
the Florida Vegetable 'Marketing Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. They met with great encour encouragement
agement encouragement for this necessary eniterpr eniterpr-prise.
Ifera mhni to have
a KIM BALL
5 eh Tjoiuin0 Ihomnie-
Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14 Is Sitting &
A meeting of unusual interest
iwill ibe iheld this evening at the Bap
tist church, 'When he .men (members
of the missionary society will coi coi-duct
duct coi-duct a special program and service
at the regular prayer cneeting hour,
Now Is the time to plant Rye for
pasture. Ocala Seed Store. 10-1-tf
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and Medicines at half price.
Two 25cts or 50cts packages at one!
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
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Dr. W. K. luie Specialist, Eye,.
Ear, Nose r.nd Throat. Office Law'
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Here's Just a Feu
5 Gals. Oil (AH this wk)
1 pk I. Potatoes (All wk)
White House Coffee, lb.
1 pk S. Potatoes (All wk.
3 Cans Balto. Tomatoes
I lb Rumford B. Powder.
Good onions, per pound.
6 pkgs Sensat'n Tobacco.
10 lbs. Meal. . . . .
10 lbs Grits. .... .... ;
BACON, per pound
15c Stuffed Olives, bot,.
15c Catsup, bottle. ....
15c 2-lb Can Peas......
15c Corn, 2 for
Ocala Cash Groecry
Next to Burnett's
On Fort Kins Avenue
1 V- HP!Wlt
1 I 1
Have you paid your LISENGE T A
If not you are liable to arrest and fine.
Any firm or person doing business in the
county, and any automobile owner,
must pay an oceupationyiasence, it
have not secured this lisence,
may hdve :costs
ithe ; amount
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SMIT-IIv : ; r ;
Lost Found,; Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SAIiE-Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity..' George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
WANTED Bright, energetic boy
to solicit subscriptions and sell the
Florida -Grower on Saturdays.
Write The Florida Grower, Tarn-
pa, Fla. V 10-5-12t
FOR iRBNT 'Fooir large roams,
fireplace In each, rent reasonable,
good location.. Close in. 25 Jef Jef-iferson
iferson Jef-iferson St. east. One house from
v aiain street. 20-tf.
FOR RENT Si rooon bungalow, all
modern conveniences. Apply co
C V. Robents. 10-20-tf
nSTABLIMlCD 13S2. !,
First consideration and especial' attention given to small tracts.
FOR Kent AX ten room house, fur furnished;
nished; furnished; well located, close in: all
modern conveniences. Apply at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR SAUEV five passenger auto auto-omdbile
omdbile auto-omdbile in good condition; cheap
lor cash. Apply at the Star of office.
fice. office. 10-10-12t
FOR RBNT -After Oct. 2 0, the car cartage
tage cartage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at corner of Tusca willa ami South
2nd streets, will be for rent. Six
rooms; bath; electric lights; gas
in kitchen; (broad verandas; access
to cistern of soft water. Phone
164. .. 10-13
POSITION WAiN'TBD A young lady
wishes a position as clerk In store
' or in office work. Will Work for
small salary to begin. Apply at
this office. 10-14-tf
The very latest, INITIAL, STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
Chance for Grannie.
A little English boy wrote to his
grandmother from his boarding school,
in time for her birthday. The letter
ran thus: "Dear Grannie: I want to
send you a birthday present, but I
haven't any money. So if you will
send me the money ycu always give
me for Christmas now, I'll buy you
something nice with it. I'm thinking
of a pair of pistils a bey here will sell
cht-ap or a gramophone that another
boy has. 1 could use them until I come
. Care cf the Feet. ; i
This Is the time of year when many
people wear low shoes as a matter of
necessity and of comfort. For the in
dividual who is annoyed with excess excessive
ive excessive perspiration, or the sensitiveness
that comes from our alkali dust, tho
formula used In the German amy fcr
"sweating and sore" feet is helpful;
This Is as follows Salicylic acid,
three parts; magnesium silicate, 87
parts, any bland powder to inake 1C0
parts. If you are a tenderfoot and
can arrange the time at noon, a hot
soapy foot bath, fresh stockings and
different shoe3 add greatly to cne'a
In Her New Place.
"How are you getting on at your
new place?" remarked a lady of a girl
whom she had recommended for a sit situation.
uation. situation. "Very well, thank you," ah ah-swered
swered ah-swered the girl. "I am glad to hear
it," said the lady. "Your employer is
a very nice person, and you cannot do
too much for her." "I don't mean to
ma'am," was the InnocentTeply.
Once UDOIl altlmo
state-wide prohibition of coffee. In
uis dook, -uondon In English Utera
ture," Mr. Percv
the old coffee houses: "As the num number
ber number of them increased, broadsides ap appeared
peared appeared against them. One was entitled,
?h? Wcman s 'pMon ---Against Cof Coffee
fee Coffee and it asserted that coffee drink
ing encouraged idling and talkative talkativeness,
ness, talkativeness, and led m?n tfi tHflo qcqv v,i
M V V T J WUV
time, scald thir
f?f lf money' aI1 for a ""le bare, black,
nasty, -Dltter, nauseous puddle
water!" Atlanta Cor.titution.
The Whole Hog.
Playwright "Was Grasper satisfied
with the part assigned him in my new
play?" Manager "Was Grasper ever
sa tis3 ed wi th 'part' of any tb in g ?"
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A somewhat laggard and procrasti procrastinating
nating procrastinating student one Sunday even! zz
went to his instructor fpr aid in czz
of f his studies, asking him If ho
thought it' was wrong to study on Sun Sun-dajr
dajr Sun-dajr -He was somewhat surprised to
receive the reply? "If the Master was
Justified in pulling the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabbath, was not the asa
Justifiable In trying to cet himself