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EARFUL SLiUGHTER (I!! BOTH SIDES II!
THE IIOilTII OF FRAllCE
Pm-J. Oct. Although th? al-'l
iii ;rre advan :h$:? slowly in th
ciori;!i,. ever ;:: of ground is 'pur 'purchased
chased 'purchased with a: it appaling loss of
Cife. Unofficial estimate.- pf ace the
Coii of the Br!:t:'.sh an;.! French dur-
-Ins: the. past fortnight's, fighting:; at
12 0 0 0 to 1 5 C ) 0 kil 1 ed wound e J
;ic.d missing:. "The Germa: .los'ses
are Relieve;! to be much greater.
COAST IS NOT COMFORTABLE :
iBirltlsh aad (French warsiilps' con continue
tinue continue to shell 'l!'" German. trenches
all along- 'the Iiwlglan coast.
more meat iPon mars market
IH&lf a .million Tecru'ts trained In,
the last. two months, rxill sdooi rein rein-(force
(force rein-(force the allies'.
ANOTHER CITY, WIPED OUT
There is an 'unconfirmed report
iftra't -the Germans are evacuating Lil Lil-1
1 Lil-1 3 after three ."fecks ibattle. Mile
.has been nearly wiped out Iby the
ALLIES, CLAIM TO HAVE CAP CAPTURED
TURED CAPTURED 'ENTIRE ARMIES'
. .The allies Yiim'Welitn-tspdrr
el 70,000 Germans and 300 (heavy
gr.ns between Longiwy and Chalons.
(Unconfirmed). 'The Germans -have
sustained losses .in (northern 'Fira-nce
during ?tie post -fortnight of 20,000
BRITISH IN LILLE AGAIN ?
Uondcn, Oct. 23. A News dis dispatch
patch dispatch .says that the British reoccu-
pie J Li 11b Tuesday,
This is. uncon-
AOJES STANDING FIRM: THIS
Paris, Ozl. 23. It is officially an an-nonn'ce'd
nonn'ce'd an-nonn'ce'd at three this, afternoon that
violent German attacks continue but
the allies are maintaining their po positions.'
sitions.' positions.' :
ALLIED t POSITION REMAINS UN-
Paris, Oct. 23, 6 P. M. The gen gen-era'l
era'l gen-era'l situation of ithe allies remains
unchanged. 'Flighting along the iSom iSom-3313
3313 iSom-3313 near Arras is particularly vio violent.
lent. violent. -
lIn the region of Verdun the al allies
lies allies .have been- partially successful.
AS MIGHT HAVE
English Warships are Shooting at
!, Berlin,. Oct. 23. It is officially
announced that British, .warships
have .bombarded Ostend.
Will stand the test of Sun, Acid and Public Opinion. Suits or Overcoats made by us
to your individual measure cost you only SI 5, while other stores charge you from
$25 to $35. Our workmanship can't be beat even though you pay from $10 to S20
more. I have been making clothes for 42. years and that is why I say you get
as good clothes here for 15 dollars as you, can buy for more money elsewhere.
KAISEEV4 CRUDER IS PltAYING
: SMASH WITH; BRITISH' pI pI-MJGKCE
MJGKCE pI-MJGKCE Teneriffu, Oct.; 23. (The, German
fiteamer C'refeM i.i:B arrived wi'A the
crews of e:he tBrU.isih steamers Stra Stra-thercy,
thercy, Stra-thercy, Mple?bracli, IHigrhjland Hti'pe,
InuranTirO' Iguasri: ernulce'to, (Marie
de Larncnaga, CerMantes, Cornish
City Pruth, CbTier and Lynrowan,
nil sunk by th German cruiser
KarS'srhu;.. Xeai 1 :r aai of these ships
nvere engaged in C;he South 'Ara'cricari
SO THEY SAY, AND CLAIM PRZE PRZE-1
1 PRZE-1 M.YSL I IOLDS OUT
Vienna, Oct. 13. Tho Aoistrians
have recaptured Czemotwitz the capi capital
tal capital of IJuko-wina, near the: HFtussian
(border. : .
tHard fighting around Przemysl
AUSTiRIANS HAVE ROUNDED
Vienna, .Oct. 23. The Austrian s
'have -captured 4,300 (Russians, tweri-ty-ftv
officers and fifteen machine
BY MRS. CAR3IAN
She Remains Unshaken and Makes a
Good Impression on Jury 'and
iMineola, CC. Y., Oct. 23. -Mrs.
Carman, accused of the murder -of
Mrs. .Bailey t remaine'd unshaken and
smiling itbrutrut a: gruelling cross
examinaiti'on today. She declared her
innocence, stating tthat fihe wtas up up-stairs
stairs up-stairs in her rooim whexi tthe shot
was fired. She seemed to make a
deep impression on the jury and- the
Everything in the kodak line, at
Gerig's drugstore. 10-19-tf
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23,
FRENCH AVIATOR FIRING AT THE EfJEIHY
Mtmmr 4 .A '.'V'.'. '. '..
1; m -r i
' ) : 1 .'
frank andrews, deryultixg
treasurer of, bradford
county made prisoner
. in -Birmingham'
Birmingham, Oct. 23. 'Frank An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, fV.anted in. Bradford co-uaity,
for embezzlement;-'as -former icouraty
treasurer -vas arreted l.-ere ioday.
Andrevs. says his defalcation was
$800 and not. $850,000 as cftilargeii.
ROYALIST UPRISING ;
HAS BEEN DEPRESSED
Germans Fail in Atteript to Over Overturn
turn Overturn 'Prtuguese Republic
IM'adrii, Oot.' 23. A disrtch
f rxxni :L (sb o n sitat es -the Itbyali s up-
rising bas Ueen upr?ssei. Many,
arrests have 'been made.' '
I ' AIPvIiOME -.OPEMNG- A
$ . s - : - .;
i : ..- K i
We will open the Airdome this -evening at 7
o'lock with a three reel feature, supplied by the Con- $
$ solidated Film Co. This film company is known to
; put out the best pictures to be had today. We. have X
contracted for the best service they afford, not to ex- &
ceed 23- days old. This service is costing a large sum
' but we intend to give the people of Ocala the best
that can be Had. The Trey of Hearts and other! not-
X ed pictures shown on the
t eluded in this service, while
Our motto is: -Good
?. wnicn we intena to live up
J The music will be furnished by Prof. Clark and 4
: Mr. Brane. 4 Prof. Clare is
& traveled extensively over
j; Mr. t$rane. uome out ana
MEXICANS PREPARING TO HAVE
' ANOTHER SCIIP ON THE
Loredo, Tex., Oct. 23. (Villa-. is
reported tc be preparin?;; to attack
Xuevo SLaredb. Just across thie qriver
fr'cim iere over a thousand reiiitforee reiiitforee-fmentir3
fmentir3 reiiitforee-fmentir3 5iaive arrilve'd in Nuevo .3ared,o
together iwith .machine y gruns,' to aid
the Oafranzaist garrison.,
TWO 'HOUSES FOR RENT
Fcr rent, two S-rcom, IJstoiy
houses on North .Magnolia street,
near the Seaboard crossing. Electric
ligthi';s, water and other" "mode rn con
veniences, Apply at this offi;e.. 13-tf
The tbest ice. cream l:a tow:i at the
Court pharmacy.. Sunday' orders ya
special tyv- 1 0-2-ii t .
screens today will be in-
the price will always be g
Clear Steady pictures,
a blind musician who has
the United States with, Mr. &
. 1 1 ; n
h i U J
... ii n nS
i i t i i ii t i till r i
MP ni a inn m nniir rut
yd bLM u U Ut U
IF PETROGRAD IS TO BE DEUEVED KAISER'S- i",?
. LiOST ARKIIIILATED V
Petrograi; Oct. 23. The :masni:
tule.of the Russian 'victory along
the Vistula increases as .the reports
filter i,liru. 1 It is estimated .that the
Germans have lost nearly 200,000,
It is declared Ihere that the German
pl&ns t'o'ca-pture Warsaw h'ave ;beeu
VITROGRAD &VYS GERMANS
ARE BEING DRIVEN OUT
Petoo'srad, Oct. 23. (Official).
The German advance into Poland
has "been ttransfbrmed intb a hasty
retreat and fin. some 'places a disor disorderly
derly disorderly rfcmt. The CRu's&!an. cavalry is
pursuing the Germcms. '
RUSSIAN- GUNS COM3IAND PR2E
;MYSL FROM HEIGHTS' OF
Pbtrograd, Oct. 2
The Russians have capered the
heights of 'Radymno,. commanding
SMAYBE HAVE DONE MORE
Petrosrad Oct. 2 3. There is an
uTtcon firmed report that' PTzemysI
has keen citptur0i "by the Ttussians.
Allies Have Advanced or Belgians
in Rear of Germans- Became,
- Amsterdam, Oct. 23., A dispatch
states" ithat-itbe'llne of ctfmmunica ctfmmunica-fti'on
fti'on ctfmmunica-fti'on supplying- t(he GernVans near
Ostend and OCieuport, has-been cut
oeaw Eeclboj- hailf way fbetween
Ghent and Bruges- The battle in
west Flanders is still undecided.
DIAZ MAY BE DEAD
Jt is reported' if rom .Madrid that
ex-President Diz of Mexico is cHail.
TELEG RAP II OPERATORS WILL
HAVE MORE LEISURE TIME
On account of depression of bus business
iness business the Western Union and -Postal
Telegra;ph Companies' oflice hours,,
on Sunday, will be from 8 to 1 0 a.,
m., and 4 to 6 p. m.
C. K. Sage, OI gr. W; U. Tel Co.
A. T. Joiner, .Mgr. Postal Tell Co.
We are selling Stock and Poultry
Powders and edicines at half prici.
Two 2 Sets or SOcts packages at one
price. Ocala Seed Store 10-1-tf
NO. 252 :
3R n n
. I I k I I I la I 1 1 I f I
m m m
IJLLi Uil i
IT LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER OAP
TUB E OF THAT FORTRESS
. IS AlIIllD
- -Stockholm, Oct. 23. A 'Berlin
dlafait'ch s-ays that itho Gcrxaxi.at-
'ila'ck- on 'J&clfoft is succeeding;' 'that
ttihe southern 'forts, have -surrender-'
ai, hea.Vy siege guns ibeing used..
GIG HOTEL CUBiE
'M-iuiy Guests in lhic. and One Lifo Lifo-LoX
LoX Lifo-LoX by, Fire hi Montgomery
iMJcn teem cry, "A'la., Oct. 23. ,W.
iDenkamfp r.vas incincratbd and tav tav-erUl
erUl tav-erUl p'i'hcr 'S'ucxtis ;vere -tii.it!y injur injured,
ed, injured, ivnd fifty were driven into tho
(streets in their night clothes early
'.his nxorning iwhen fire -partially de destroyed
stroyed destroyed the i Terminal .-hut'cl. Lor.;;,
f i 1 1
BUT GERMANS YET HOLD OX TO
OSTEND AND BRUGES
'Rotterdam, Oct, 23.--.Tho Oct-
i miin general staff is reported' do !havo
jfkd from- Ghe:it. Bruges is still
, hevi by. the Germans. The kaiser
ftrce saTe opexating in the vicinity
at' Ostend. -
HUNDREDS KILLED BY GERMAN
SHELLS DURING "'.BOMBARD
I '' CVIENT pF Riri:iMs y
IrT.3, ct. 23.-13 fa-tln szym
m is olflciaBy estimated that IwuIto
hundred ciyliiana -wito killed- l.i
Rheims du ring the jSerrman bom
ariment. : ' - . -
.'ENGLISH. WOOLEN!'. MEL
CARN BUILDING, OCALA
THE OCALA EVENING Si A it. Fill DAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARKOLL, PROPRIETORS
It. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavensood, Busines-s Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce as second class matter.
ISN'T THE WORST OF EVILS
Everybody in the Unl-ted States,
is siirrrisei, ani trot a few frighten frightened,
ed, frightened, at Germany's preparedness for
war. A51 knew Germany was ready
net even odr army officers, eompre
One year, In advance. ..... $3.00
Six months, in advance. ... 2.30
Three months, in advance. . 1.23
One5 month, In advance. .... .50
One year- in advance
Six nionth3, in advance....
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance. .
General Election November 3, 1014
For United States Senator:
DUXOAX U. FLETCHER.
For Congressman, 2nd District:
For Commissioner of Agriculture:
W. A. iMoRAE.
For Justice of Supreme Court:
1 T. W. SHACKLEFORD.
W. M. ELLIS.
For Railroad Commissioner:
R. HUDSON BURR.
Vor State Senator, 20th District:
W. J. CROSBY.
W. T. HENDERSON.
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
W. L. COLBERT.
"For County Treasurer:
JOHN 31. GRAHAM.
For County Commissioners :
W. D. CARN.
S. it PYIiES.
For Members of School Voard:
G. S. SCOTT.
B. R. BLITOH.
ln clailming ca-edlt for knocking
$3ag our thunder. We done it ourr
elves. We "coined the name that
etttck to It. Get off our grass, Pow-
ta's leading men was killed iby a po policeman
liceman policeman shooting at a negro who had
stolen a nickel'3 worth of Cheese.
And some eighteen years ago an
Ocala policeman kiled a negro boy
who had probably never done "any "anything
thing "anything in hi3 life worse than play
KJraps. We should -net like ,to have
suoh an usele33 tragedy repeated.
NAT BRYAN IS PECULHU
headed the full 'power
mcnlous- war machine
pewer has built up.
Added to surprise and fright is a
; se vere shock and considerable re
sentment at the manner in twihich
Belgium has been invaded and over overrun.
run. overrun. The moral sense of the United
Scates, a few months ago, caused its
predominant ipolitical party to repu repudiate'
diate' repudiate' a part of its tplaiforai because
it sought to violate -a1 treaty an
agreement in which iwere In-vK?lved
only monetary considerations. How
then can. the amoral sense of America
excuse the ibreach of faith that has
cost tens of thousands of lives and
destroyed thousands of homes ?i
It is very evident to the (people of
America that if Germany wins next
yeair, that the fate of "Belgium will
be the -fate of our country just as
soon as Germany can go (from one
victorj' to another. If Germany de defeats
feats defeats the allies, only Aanerica will
stand (between her and would daml daml-na'tion.
na'tion. daml-na'tion. And Airaerica, teeming with
wealth and comparatively defense defenseless,
less, defenseless, would (be not only easy prey but
desirable prey. If Germany wins in
Europe, there will he nothing to
Senator Nathan P. Bryan of Flor Florida
ida Florida is not a 'good "politician. He
seems to make up his mind on- a
public question without taking very
nruah into consideration what tshAr
people -think, and he is -not apt at3Ke ,Erum u-,.
vfA 1 t f I n America she. can recoup foer loss-
opinion that his chances for
against re-elect ran to the United!
States Senate enter very5 little Jnto
his consideration of the questions
with which he has to kieail, and that!
'es at once. What the wvery-str tok
en cavaliers Vf -Spain idld to iMexico
and Peru, 'Germany would do o us.
It is no use ft'o talk about the
aright and .wrong off such a thing.
ihe will he a good iman to give a sce-
on'd term to. Sometimes the Star,
is one of the reasons the Star thinks iASkns th tremendous war ma
chine, Germany, ihas iDuiit up tne
sort of a conscience that would analce
disaffres 'Wth Senate Rrn "Rn Iy- JUBL 11 4"
always looks to ns like considerable hr ipeople invade America and
of a statesman.
The ifollowing from the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union fits the senator puite closely:
' A Peculiar Politician
Nathan P. iBrj'an, United States
Ai dispate-h from Washington
Bays that a (Leesburjg boy, .Clarence
EL avis, has been appointied a can candidate
didate candidate for admission' to the West
i?oiat (Military Academy next year.
His BJltemates are: Hamilton iDtoiwl iDtoiwl-fcrg,
fcrg, iDtoiwl-fcrg, Jacksonville; Julian C. Stanley,
r Broops occupying a city should
not Ibe permitted to fire gnns from
witMa the city nor from any ipoin't
wltin a radius of five aniles of it
T2ils rule should be adopted fby the
next Hague meetin'g. Punta Gorda
You clear old innocent: ,ilk you
really suppose anybody pays attention-
to HaKuev conven'tion: rules
?iien they begin itb fight?
(Ainrerlcan registry of vessels built
foreign countries when wrecked
on. ifehe coasts of the United States
or to Its possessions are salved by
American citizens is provided for in
tx. tnll that wenlt to the House. Tues
day, following its passage iby the
Senate. Senator 'Fletcher, of iFlori
da, urged the measured roim the com com-mltitjee
mltitjee com-mltitjee on commerce. 'Vessels imust
be (purchased iby American citizens
and repaired in American shipyards
oefore they are entitled to American
air. John M. Caldwell, editor of
the Jasper News, and grand high
priest of the Royal Arch (Masons, is
lia the city and-will tpreside over the
meiotlng of the chapter tonight. 'Mr
Caldiwe.ll is on'e of ithe oldest ed iters
and most logical and Interesting
writers in the state. As a journalist
aid as a man, the has an uniblemished
record, and OCala is honored -by his
visit. iMr. Caldwell vill visit the lo
cal lodge tonight at which time m'os
tnrportanit; (business of the order nvil
be (transacted. This meeting will he
followed iby an elaborate oyster sup
per in the 'lodge rooms. The Roya
Arch is one of Oeala's strongest
louses and Includes some of our
A Bromment citizen informs us
that a day or so ago a hackman lef
bis hack for a few minutes, and :
cjolicemah trying tb arrest him, he
took to his heels, (Whereupon the po
Hceman fired a shot after ihim, and
the hullet came very near hitting
one of our husinesj men, who hap
pened to be in the vicinity. A police
nan has no right to use a gun excep
to defend life from imminent danger
or to stoT) some person iwhom he
Imows to ibe an atrocious criminal
Kot many years ago, one of Atlan
treat our 'people as they have treated
! tue Ltei,gra.n,S iiiiu ira eiDtru, txi'u wm
treat the tRritish if tthey succeeded
in overrunning Uritain.
Ajmerica is a much more poweinful
i country than Germany, and rwJuh a
senator from Florida, is an eccentric .moderate amount of preparedness
sort of man. He is in politics, and cQuitf easily repel any attack. But in
iTOuma 'wauiuj ay uijr umw. cammarlson Jwlm Germany, (we are
Whether he does stay Iib office or
not depends entirely on i whether the
people like what he says and does.
lAtad yet he goes right ahead and
says and does just rwhat he thinks
& right regardless of public opinion,
and even in defiance of the opinions
of many of (his constituents.
. rrthere ds a thread of consistency
n iwhat Senatfcr Brjan does. iHe fal
lows net only his convictions of
Tights ibut it Is a noteworthy fact,
too, t'hat they are dem'ocratic con
victions. (He isn't a democrat iwhen
the is consfdering only the affairs of
Itlhe Undted States tin- 'general and a
paternalist when he is considering
the South and Florida. Geography
makes no difference iwlth his princi
And so a year or it wo ago hen
some of the orange tgrowers -4for all
he knew all of ithem insisted that
fth!e duty On oranges must mot be
cut, this ipecullar politician from the
oian!gegTowiJlg state insisted that It
s'h'oufld Ibe cut the samei as other
duties, (And rwtien the farmers of
the South iseemed te !be clamoring
for .assistance from (the government,
Ihe salys nay equal justice to all
and special favors tto none.'
(We doubt whether the real cotton
igrowers ar'e clamoring for govern government
ment government favors, ibut tfhey seem to be.
They have always voted against the
party of special favors, and we doubt
whether tthey h'ave changed now.
But if the government is to reduce
the cotton acreage dnt order to in
crease (the price of cotton it must re reduce
duce reduce tlhe corn or wheat acreage, to
boost the (prices of these proiducts if
the proaiicers asK it. The. govern
ment would (be exceding Its legal
i powers if it did what is asked, and it
would he setting a most pernicious
precedent if it had the power and
fThe "DeLand News niakes an able
defense of County Judge 'Fisla and
iState Attorney !Landis, whom, it is
alleged, travel on the Atlantic Coast
Line without 'paying fare, and pays
a high tribute to (their (personal char characters.
acters. characters. The Star ihas no doubt that
ithe News is correct in its praise of
the gentlemen. Neverthel'ss. they
shouTd resign their passes or their
positions. As (long as they carry
.railroad passes, the people will not
lhave full confidence in them as jd jd-dicial
dicial jd-dicial officers, no matter how highly
they deserve it.
not prepared at all.
We have luncousciously udg'ed
others iby ourselves, have (believed
the rest of the world was working
for peace and progress, and that in international
ternational international agreements were desir-
i a'ble and protective. If we do not
realize now that no agreement is of
any account unless it has force be behind
hind behind it,' and that right, unsupported
is unavafiaible against might, we are
fThe following from the Columbia
Sta'te is very tappropriate at this
timer . .. ''"'
An XJnwarlike People? -,
fThJose of the State's (readers un unfamiliar
familiar unfamiliar with v '"Georgia ."' Scenes'
should Ibuy the ibook and read 4t and
they i would -find amotog the funniest
sketches it contains that of the drill
of the militia company. Neverthe Neverthe-Qess
Qess Neverthe-Qess the "militarism" of the period
before 1860 in the South was very
real absurd! it -seems in some re
spects. The main (point was that the
people in those days were imbued
with the soldier Spirit even the
title of "colonel'Vor "captain" car car-ried
ried car-ried with it ah ohHigation to fight in
case of war.
(Perhaps the average Southerner
scarcely" thinks haw we have chang changed
ed changed snce that day. -How much do we
care for our militia system' now?
Could we muster armies fin South
Carolina now of the quality of the
Confederate soldiers? 'Frankly, we
(hardly' think iso. In the old days,
every Southern boy could shoot and
iride. Nowadays isrreat numhers of
them can neither shoot nor ride. The
(forests have (been cut down, game has
disappeared and shooting with a
rifle is almost'a Host art: A far Pars Parser
er Parser proportion o fthe 'people dwell in
the cities and town's in these times
and (the automohile has made the
town (boy Unfamiliar with the sad saddle
dle saddle horse.
The terrific war In Europe should
hring the people of the United States
td their senses. (It ds not to advo advocate
cate advocate militarism to say that we should
have a standing army of two or
three times 84,000 menwhieh is a
mere shadow of an army. Nor is it
to urge militarism when we say tha t
this republic of our should advance
steadily in the enlargement of its
For a foreign power, to land an
army of half a million men in the
Unf:ed States would he no light task,
jet what right have we to believe
'that it would ".be impossible? Were
250,000 men landed in the United
States 'who would oppose them?
Why, everybody would, of course.
With what? With pitchforks, sticky
staves and (brickibats? We have per
haps twenty million men available
for military service and to convert
a civilian into a fighting man is not
as tedious an undertaking as -it may
seem! to !be. .To teach one to shoot
and to march may be accomplished
in a few monUhs. But men cannot
shoot without guns and the soddier
must he clothed and fed. There are
'probably not in the 'United States
now 300,000 improved army rifles,
and- army rif es cannot ire manufac manufactured
tured manufactured in a y or a rweek. 1Mere men
cannot fight successful y with their
finger naVs and teeth an l this re republic
public republic does Tj -tie or nothing to. pro provide
vide provide its people w:ho are, potentially,
fine scldiors,, iwi'Mi what they require
for effective resistance to an enemy.
This overybedy knows ths Ger-
W CITY OF THE PAST
fDoulbtless there are millions and
millions of Americans, says the (Phil (Philadelphia
adelphia (Philadelphia (Record, to whom the "name
of the little IBelgian (town of Y.pres,
around which the allies and Ger Germans
mans Germans are now hattllng furiously,
comes as an absolute stranger and
without significance. Still in the
iheydey of its (greatness" and pros pros-iperity
iperity pros-iperity Ypres ranked as larg'e in 'the
civilizedi world as Philadelphia,
Chicago, (Berlin and other hlg cities
of today. 'Indeed, it was a splendid
city whem iBeTilln- was a hamlet of
half civilized Slavs.
"tit was In the days of the commer commercial
cial commercial greatness of Venice that Yipres
attained the summit of its proctperi proctperi-ty.,
ty., proctperi-ty., It 'was an important distriibut distriibut-ihfg
ihfg distriibut-ihfg center for the traffic which came
up thru the Adriatac by (boat, was
carried overland and then scattered
from (Belgium to iEnglaud, (France
(Holland, Germany and other .coun .countries.
tries. .countries. (It also Jhadi .great manufac manufacturers,
turers, manufacturers, and in the fourteenth cen century
tury century its populati on exceed ed 500,000
imakintg fit one of the "largest cities in
(Europe. Ghent aad Bruges, its
meaar neighbors, wore no Hess pros prosperous.
perous. prosperous. With the changing of the
trade routs Of 'Europe the wealth
and population of Ypres disappear disappeared,
ed, disappeared, until it has ntatwi less than 20, 20,-000
000 20,-000 people.
. .When one reads of the rise and
decline of these communities which
fiouris'hed ton'g ibefore Amerifca was
discovered, "it is Interesting to (specu (speculate
late (speculate whether the same fate will over overtake
take overtake our owni cities. Who can Itell?
To us their ifounidatfon eems sub sub-sifantlal,
sifantlal, sub-sifantlal, hut doubtless, the worthy
burghers oifiYipres thought the same
of their Ibeloved city 200 years ago.
Now French and German -Soldiers
are fighting around it, quite ignorant
of the -fact that im sise andi wealth
it once exceeded theiP own (Paris
and (Berlin. x
ROSE BUSHES WANTED
The nurses at the Marlon County
Hospital are planting a flower gar garden
den garden and would appreciate the gift
of rose cuttings or., plants of any
kind. If you (have any flower plants
you wish to give, please sent them
to the hospital. The gift will be ap
Buy Ojarro Feed ; foullds cows up ;
makes more milk; makes ncner
milk. Guaranteed . to do It iby us,
Once tried, always used. -The John
Dozier Co. 10-1 6-2 1.
OPEN DA AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
at The Murray Com-19-3t.
South Carolina Rust-Proof, and
Burt Oats. Ocala Seed Stor. 10-1-tf
"Captivating "Mary Carstairs,
The Qlurray Company.
Fop Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAR i
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
See. our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other 'grocer 'groceries
ies 'groceries to the amount of $1, Saturday
and iMonday only. Smith Grocery
HOOKS f KITCHEN 1 TOOLS
aNCRS HItiGCS TLYCP.S
New Crop Florida Seed 'Rye. Ocala
Seed Store. 10-1-tf
U a mo
Keep a picture record or the child children.
ren. children. A: Ottle 'Brownie will do It.
Gere's. 1 10-19tf
1 TACKS AYJLS FlLtS TWKiE p-Jgi,;
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IF YOU WILL C03U3 STRAIGHT TO US WHKX YOU
XEED AXYTinXG IX TTlE.ll AKir.VAKf: YOU WILL
SAVE YOURSELF THE TROUBLE OF "LOOKING AROUND"
: WE WILL "HAVK IT"
AVTLL BE LOW.
FOR YOU AND THE ritlCR
WE HAVE BEEN IIA3LMi;i:iX AWAY AT THE HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE BUSIXESSS A LONG 'TIME. AXI) OUR BUSINESS
METHODS XAIL CUSTO?Ii:il:3 TO US WHEN THEY ONCE
BUY FROM US.
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DOA'T TAKE ANY CHANCES VITII YOUR EYZS. A LIT LITTLE
TLE LITTLE CORRECTION A T THIS TIME MA YSA VE YEARS OF TROUB TROUBLE
LE TROUBLE IN THE FUTURE. COME IN NOW AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TESTED BY AN EXPERT. THIS EXAMINATION IS FREE. IF
YOU DON'T NEED GLASSES WE WILL TELL. YOU SO. IF YOU
DO NEED GLASSES WE WILL SELL YOU THE CORRECT ONES
AT A PRICE THAT VILL' SATISFY YOU. BUT "DON'T RUIN
A. E. BURN!
v OCIZ;, FLORIDA
Phone 14 to have your prescrip prescription
tion prescription filled. Phone 14 is' fitting &
DEXXISON'S lunch sets and other
paper novelties at KREGBR'S. 924-tf
YOUR FALL COLD XEEDS AT-TEXTIOX
Xo use to fuss and try to wear it
out. It will wear you out Instead.
Take Dr. King's New Discovery, re relief
lief relief follows quickly. It checks your
cold and soothes your cough away.
Pleasant, anticeptic and healing.
Children like it. Get a 50c bottle of
Dr. King'- 'New Discovery and keep
it in the house. "Our family coagh
and cold doctor," writes Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, Banchester, Ohio. 'Money
back if not satisfied., but it nearly al always
ways always helps. tues-thru.s-frl-w
'. : Ukzzzl en- Oc.Ann2
Clean, Fresh,. Vell Laundered Liuen
is a nececsity. To cupply that n
fcSfirfii iBnAt Lis
. 402-404 a. Main Utrcet
h OCALA, FLORIDA ;
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irfjv uOAM EVENING STAK Fill DA V. OCTOBER 23, 1914
who owns flip'tluflling- the business properly that stands
In yur nrne?
, of tire you think that you do; but are you right?
the qm-stfofi is worth considering, it Involves the origin and
thedevclopnient of individual ownership In land.
in the t-;innia of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, numadlc tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plenti-ttl
ttl plenti-ttl for individuals to disnute over the occnpancy of any particu particular
lar particular j!. 1 '. ,
rtoridu title nitl alir-i irpt initio a
Wile Star Mie
Teams For Rent I ig lit
Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
CLEJER BROS., Proprietors.
Northwest Corner Ocala House, in Store Formerly Oc Oc-;
; Oc-; cupid by Kreger
" " " 1 mm. mm mm mmmmmmmmm'immmmmmmmmmmmm
Commencing at 7 o'clock in the morn morning
ing morning I will sell 200 suits for $10 and $12
a suitv no more, no less.? These suits
cost as high as $35 each. 100 pairs of
pants, all going at $3.75 a paif, regard regardless
less regardless of cost. All styles are tiie latest; the
g-oods are the very best material and the
Tailored workmanship is the best that
can be had. All tailor made, and you
all know the reputation of my house
IT 11. mm
it will pay you well to attend this
j ir tCtr
and Heavy Hauling
BEAVER BOAR D
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
(T ITTv A
Remember the Time and Place
Ocala House Block Kreger's Old Stand
I Made Tailoring Famous in Dunnellon
Pay Your 1915 Ucenses Now
1915 state and county licenses
were due Oct. 1st, 1914. Any con continuation
tinuation continuation in business after that date
without first obtaining these licenses
is in open violation or" the laws of
the state of Florida. The tax col collector
lector collector will issue the license and tin
nith all blanks and other information
on request. Respectfully,
W. E. SmithCounty Judge.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector. 3-30'
Teacher of Botany in Girls School
"Now for a little review. What can
yoa tell me. Miss Smith, of the long longevity
evity longevity of bacteria? Miss Smith "I -1
don't remember exactly, but I think
they are longer than they are wide."
t Old Master's Work.
Mrs. Parvenue "That picture It.
the corner is by an old master." Mrs.
Swartleigh- "Indeed! I would never
have guessed It." Mrs. Parvenue
"Yes, the man I bought It from gave
me a written guaranty that the paint painter
er painter waj past seventy-five before be did
a stroke of it."
Evidence that can be verified.
Fact is 'what we want.
Opinion is not enough enough-Opinions
Opinions enough-Opinions differ.
Iler's an Ocala fact.
You can test it.
C. F. Hayes, 703 S. Orange St.,
Ocala says: i!I think that Tieavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. 1 suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back "and J was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that 1 could
hardly work. I also had too frequent
severe headaches. A friend told me
about Doan's Kidney Pills and I be began
gan began using them. I am very glad that
I did so for they gave me more relief
than all the other medicines I had
taken put together. I have had no
occasion to ake any kidney medicine
since, as the cure has been perma permanent.
nent. permanent. The statement that I gave be before
fore before praising Doan's Kidney Pills
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy -get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv 9
46TH ANNUAL MEETING OF NA NATIONAL
TIONAL NATIONAL AMERICAN WOMAN
ORGANIZED III 43 STATES
Members From All Parts of United
States Will Be in Nashville, Tenn.,
on November 10 and 11 Many
Prominent Women Leaders Will Be
Suffragists from all parts of the Uni
ted States will arrive In Nashville,
Tennessee, on November 10 and 11, fo;
the Forty-sixth Annual Convention of
the National American Woman Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Association, and the delegates
will represent over sixty branches c
the association which have been or organized
ganized organized in forty-three states. There
will be women prominent socially, in
the professions and in all kinds of re reform
form reform work. Some of the delegates will
come from equal suffrage states, and
they-will tell the result of votes for
women from personal experience.
Among them will be Jane Addams,- of
Hull House, who Is now an Illinois vo.
ter; Mrs. Mary c. C. Bradford, Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent of Public Instruction of Col Colorado;
orado; Colorado; Miss Helen Eaker, of Kansas;
Mrs. Frances Munds, of Arizona, and
Mrs. Catherine Waugh McCullough, of
Chicago, well-knownas a lawyer and
justice of the peace. The most inter interesting
esting interesting women voters, because they will
be brand new ones, will come from
states where suffrage amendments are
to be voted on November 3d. These
states are Montana, Nevada, North and
South Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and
Ohio. Miss Anne Martin, President of
the Nevada Equal Franchise Associa Association,
tion, Association, writes that she can not miss the
National Convention, but, on the other
hand, how can she leave Nevada until
all the returns are In, and it usually
takes a week to know results there.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, President Na National
tional National American Woman Suffrage
Other delegates, who are leading their
state campaigns this year, will be Ms:
Harriet 'Taylor Upton, of Ohio; Mrs.
Draper Smith; of Nebraska; Miss Jean Jean-nette
nette Jean-nette Rankin, cf Montana; Mrs. Clara
L: Darrow,.of North Dakota; Mrs. Wal
ter McNab Miller, of Missouri, and
Mrs.' John Pyle, of South Dakcta.
Of course. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw.
President of the National Suffrage Asso
ciation, who is the orator of the Cause
and universally loved because of her wise
enthusiasm, her sympatny ana ner great
sense of humor, will be there, ana Airs.
Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the
International Woman Suffrage Alliance,
and also Chairman of the Empire State
Campaign Committee, whom every con convention
vention convention proves the greatest statesman of
the suffrage movement, for she is elo eloquent
quent eloquent and at the same time just, logical
and far-seeing. v
The call for the convention says: "Our
task will be to formulate judgment on
those great Issues of the day which near nearly
ly nearly concern women; to choose leaders who.
during the coming year who are to guide
the fortunes of our cause; and, finally, lo
deliberate how the whole National body
mav, on the one hand, best give aid and
succor to the states working for their own
enfranchisement, and, on the other, press
for federal action in behalf of the women
of the nation at large." The call is sign signed
ed signed by the National officers: Dr. Anna
Howard Shaw, Moylan, Pa.; Miss Jane
Addams. Chicago? Mrs. Desha Breckln Breckln-ridee.
ridee. Breckln-ridee. Lexington. Ky.; Miss Caroline
Ruutz-Rees. Greenwich. Conn. ; Mrs. Su Su-an
an Su-an W. FitzGerald. Jamaica Plains, Mass.:
Airs Stanlev McCormick, Boston; Mrs.
jame? Lees Laidlaw, New York, and Mrs.
Joseph Tilton Bowen, Chicago.
The daytime sessions of the convention
wi'l be devoted to business and the eve evenings
nings evenings to public meetings. The National
officers have urged all the members of
the Executive Council to nieet In Nash Nashville
ville Nashville on the morning of November 11 and
devote the entire day to a conference on
the problems of the National Association,
so that constructive plans can be sug suggested
gested suggested to the convention, and no time will
t" pent in futile discussion. The first
regular session of the convention will be
on November 12th. It is expected that
the most interesting discussion will fol fol-in
in fol-in th reDort of Mrs. Medill McCormlck.
of Chicago. Chairman of the Congres-i
Fionai UOmniuiec ui mt: .-iiiuiicii isui-
frage Association, as delegates from all
over the country will express their viewe
on the relation between State and Na National
tional National work and on the campaigns for the
Bristow and Shaf roth amendments to the
Constitution of the United States. One
cession will be devoted to a lively con con-fprprco
fprprco con-fprprco on methods for organizing and
cPTmo,gning, in which it is expected t!at
all derates will take nart The Nation
al Treasurer. irs.v s?tan: Mccormick
nt tK ke0' ,H" the coming
s. Cv"w in !?, New Yrli
I on ,,- VJitfTir Suffrage Pub-
l'ch're Co., a "e't rrratirn formed
jo niy nf rr '- ---e thro'gou
th I'nlted St" o-- cer for the Na Na-t"ofl
t"ofl Na-t"ofl Asv,"'r elected.
on n,..,.,,. v-vI(er it in fx.
v?-: Myor l'!!?;irj Hcwse, of Nash
5 ',,"..'. -:..'. .,s.-.-.-.-
vitxe; Airs. t:ro2ier-'Tencn, I'resment ot j
the Tennessee Suffrage Association, and
Nashville Suffrage Association, will wel-
fcome the convention.,; Ir. Shaw will make
the annual address on that evening, and
the convention will celebrate, the Novem- i
ber 3d victories for women suffrage. i
Friday, November 13, ; Voter's; Evening
will be held under the auspices of the
Men's League for Woman Suffrage, with!
Mr. James -Lees Laidlaw, of New York,
presiding. At the evening meeting on ?
fcaturoay there will be a discussion or
State and National campaigns, with Mrs.
Carrie Chapman Cattr of New York; Miss
Alice Stone Blackweil. of Boston, editor
of the Woman's Journal; Sirs. Antoinette 1
Funk, of Chicago, and Mrs. Glenna Smith i
Tinnin, of Washington among the speak- I
ers. Miss Zona Gale .will read a new I
(Friendship Village story, with a suffrage ;
On Sunday afternoon there will be' aj
m U Si. mHnr a nr. Vi I sK IhA t lr era will "i
-.- ... v ., saw v x i ..v... w
Ha Xflcro Tun jjn II.. Taj1L-j
Schwimmer, of Budapest; airs. Itaymond
Kobbins, of Chicago, and Mrs. Desha
Breckinridge. Mrs. Schwimmer is Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the. International Woman Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Alliance,, and is a most active work worker
er worker for the cause in Hungary, She is now
making a soeakine.tmir Jn Ohio. rhr
her audiences are most enthusiastic 'over j
nPT ctnntipnps unit Itfn nifmAn.i
Kobbins is well known as the" President y
vi xne national woman's Trade Union Union-League,
League, Union-League, and Mrs. Breckinridge, of course,
needs no introduction to southern audi audiences.
ences. audiences. ; Sunday evening the officers of the Na National
tional National Association will give a reception to
delegates and friends. On 3Ionday eve evening
ning evening the great new moving picture suf suffrage
frage suffrage play, "Your Girl and Mine," will be
presented. This play comes out under
the joint auspices of Mrs. Med ill McCor McCor-mick
mick McCor-mick and Mr. William N. Selig, who. be besides
sides besides being one of the largest producers
in the moving picture world, is said to be
a convinced, suffragist as well. Mrs. Mc Mc-Cormick
Cormick Mc-Cormick and Mr. Selig have financed the
production, the proceeds of which will go
Miss Jane Addamc, First Vice Presi President
dent President National American Woman Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Association.
to the National Suffrage Association. The
principal roles are taken by Miss Olive
Wyndham, Miss Katherlne Kaelred, lead
ing lady -in "Joseph and His Brethren;"
Sydney Booth, of "The Yellow Ticket"
company, nephew of Edwin Booth,, and
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. (
Nashville is said to be so "enthusiastic
over entertaining the convention that It
will grudge the time necessarily, devoted
to, business sessions. Nashville women
are arranging a parade, also an old-fashioned
barbecue at Andrew Jackson's old
home, "The Hermitage," called the Mount
Vernon of the South. There will; of
course, A be many informal dinners and
luncheons during the convention, and an
afternoon tea at one of the beautiful
country clubs. : On one evening the suf suffragists
fragists suffragists in charge of the press work
throughout the country will, dine and dis discuss
cuss discuss plans for the coming year.v Another
evening, the professional women at the
convention will meet at dinner. The pro professional
fessional professional woman's dinner arranged by Dr.
Eliza Taylor Ransom, of Boston, during
last year's. Washington cbnyentlon, was a
great success, the guests including many
of the best-known ministers, doctors and
lawyers in the United States.
But it is not so much the special events
which make a convention interesting as
it is the ereneral comradeships and inter
change of ideas among women from al
parts of the country engaged in an kinds
of work. The women of the north and
west-. are especially interested in the many
brilliant Southern women who are giving
their time and energies so fully to wom woman
an woman suffrage. Among these women are:
Virginia Mrs. Lila Mead Valentine, Rich
mond, .President of the Virginia Equal
Suffrage. Association; Miss Ellen Glas
gow, Richmond: Miss Mary Johnston,
Warm Springs, Virginia; airs. Kate Wal Waller
ler Waller Barrett. Alexandria, Virginia. North
Carolina Mrs. A. Henderson; Chapel Hill,
President of the Jtiquai i-rancnise league;
Miss Anna Forbes Liddell, Charlotte; Miss
Susanne Bynum, Charlotte. South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Mrs. M. T. Coleman, Abbeville,
President of the Equal Suffrage League;
Mrs. Henry Martin, Columbia; Miss Su Susan
san Susan Frost, Charleston. Georgia Mrs.
Mary McLendon. Atlanta, President of
Georgia Woman's Suffrage Association:
Mrs. Emily McDougald, Atlanta. Presi President
dent President Equal Suffrage, Party; Mrs. Frances
S. Whiteside, Atlanta. Florida Mrs.
Roselle CY Cool ey, Jacksonville, President
of J2qual Franchise Association; v.Rev.
Mary Salt ord, Orlando, President Florida
Woman Suffrage Association; Miss Fran France
ce France Anderson. Jacksonville; Alabama
Mrs. Pattie Jacobs, Birmingham, Presi President
dent President of Equal Suffrage Association; Mrs.
Oscar Hundley, Birmingham ; Mrs. S. B.
Stern, Montgomery. Mississippi Mrs.
Annie K. Dent. 4 Yazoo, City, President of
Woman Suffrage Association; Mrs. Nellie
Nugent Somerville. Greenville; Miss Pau Pauline
line Pauline -Orr, Jacksonville. Tennessee Miss
Maria Thompson' Daviess, Nashville; Miss
Sarah Barnwell Elliott, Sewanee; Mrs.
Crozier French. Knoxville. Kentucky
Mrs. Desha Breckinridge Lexington,
President of the KentuckyEqual Rights
Association; Miss Laura Clay, Richmond;
Mrs. James Leech, Louisville. Louisiana
Miss Kate Gordon, New Orleans, Presi President
dent President of the Southern States Woman Suf Suffrage
frage Suffrage Conference; Ml&s Jean Gordon. New
Orleans, President of the Louisiana Wom Woman
an Woman Suffrage Association: Mrs. Edgar M.
Cann, New Orleans. Miss Annette Fln Fln-negan.
negan. Fln-negan. Houston, President of Texas Wom Woman
an Woman Suffrage Association: Miss Eleanor W.
BrackenHdge, San Antonio; Mrs. Hor Hor-tense
tense Hor-tense Ward, Dallas.
The rapid growth of the Southern or organizations
ganizations organizations both in members and enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm is alone sufficient to contradict the
prediction, which UFe4 to be frequently
made, that the South would never en endorse
dorse endorse votes for women. In fact, it was,
generally said at Washington last year
that the presence of so many charm! rig,
alert Southern women was the most In Inspiring
spiring Inspiring thing about the Convention.
Nashville itself, as well as the organized
suffragi s ts of Tennessee, Is prepared to
give a warm welcome to the women who
arc leaving their homes and their Impor Important
tant Important work In order to take counsel to together
gether together for the coming year; The city of officers,
ficers, officers, the Chamber of Commerce, th
Business Men's Association, and the
newspapers are all co-operating to fur furnish
nish furnish a warm welcome to the Convention,
The program for the Convention is In
charge of the following Committee; TV-
Anna Howard Shaw, Moylan. Pa., chair
man; Mrs. Mary ware Dennett. 505 Fifth
avenue, New York. Secretary; Mrs. Stan Stanley
ley Stanley McCormfck. Bton: Mrs. Ida Clvde
Clarke. Nashvil!: ,Mi Jean Gordon, New
Orleans; Miss E"nor Byrn, New York.
Mrs. Ernest Thompson-Seton, of Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, is the National chairman of lo lo-cal
cal lo-cal arrangements, and Mrs. John .V. Ken Kenny,
ny, Kenny, of Nashville, T-nneV chairman
of lecal arrangements Convention head- I
"larters wni De at tne Hrmiiir WAtti
j. I VJJLXw JL--W ir.VJLV.1
'J, 1 AVi rmn-O ty rtthtrt Jj
TIio Bottar Vall-Doard
HERE'S a better way to
build walls than by usln
lath and plaster. There's a
way to cave the cost of con contractor's
tractor's contractor's labor -a way to cut on tho
cost cf material a way to build
better -more permanent walls. That
way is by using Badger-Board!
Easy to Apply
TDADGEn-BOARD is easy to ap ap-ply.
ply. ap-ply. Don't .wait for plaster? rs
do the worlc yourself All ths tool3
needed are hammer end taw and al almost
most almost anybody can do an expert job.
A Badger-Ccard tysll can. b? ria
, elled and painted with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful elects.
- iA.i4' II .U.V' 4
' S jOW!1" '.':"
ADGER-BOARD doesn't chip
' or crack it m-.kes a permanent
wall. In winter it keep3 tha heat in
the cold out. Call end s-e a eampls
of Badger-Board end auk us ebout
its many uses..
Call on or write for prices
J. I). 3IcCASI.Il.rj,
State Agent, OCAIiA, FLA
leariy Reaclyto Sliip.
ON TREES OP A ISILVlTriFUIj
Do You want them at a Bargain?
I have a eplendid Oracgo
Grove, of 16 acres, on 20-acre.
tract, fenced .but no other i im improvements.
provements. improvements. More than 2,000
boxes of oransc3 ndy." on 'trees
almost ready to, ship, Bi, fino
trees, mostly budded to Parcon
Price of Property 'as It stasrls
Greatest -Daraln in the County, i
. Call on or Addrecs
Room 5, Merchant' Blocli,
Phono 125, OCAIfA, FXaI
iTcrcIianls u tiihcrslTr;:. . I"..
NEW YORK V
New Steamers. Lor Fares. Best
-service. Wireless telegraph on all
itearners. Through fares and tickets
o all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Rouch on the Ola Milds.
In a quiet English village there vaa
recently held a celebration la tho
fchoolroom at the dedication of a next
fire engine. It- was a giddy evenincr,
with three speeches by local clergy clergymen
men clergymen and a long-winded oration by a
bald-headed politici-.ri. Thfc gem cf .tha .tha-evening
evening .tha-evening was the following toast?
"May she (the fire engine) be like the
dear old maids of our villages alwaya
ready, but never wanted r"
Let us Cetera.
In Greek legends lotus eaters were
a people -who ate the fruit and dranlt
the juice of the lotus, a prickly Ehm!
possessing the power to chuzq ;ccn
Bumera to lose all thoughts cf hozz?
and kindred and to sink into a stupor
In which they were but half awake
and half asleep. The terra ;I uot
Eomettmes applied to persons who fcr
getHhe claims of relative s and coun coun-try;
try; coun-try; cr to those who lead a'- lisu!
f f"JM 'A
TTTE OCALA RVENIXG STAR, FIU DA V. OCTOBER, 23, 1914
is now in .Syracuse, the
gu&ii of her
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
ik-'v-::K ::-x:;-: :::v ::::x-:-:-:" ::::vv-:
(If you nave any items for this department call phone 106)
sister, Mrs. lioeke and familv.
9 9 9 9 9 9 9'
99999999999 9 9 9 J
greatly hope! jLr& Mi.s Williams
will visit P'loridthis winter and her
9 9 1
old nome in this city,
grotto' young Avonrarhood
a hoHt ot friends.
Thought for the. Day
To those who lack the enthusiasm
of Joy and who go thru life grumbl grumbling;
ing; grumbling; nad faun-finding those wet-
blanket, kill-joy, gloom
circpV Iran gin;
dan on earth seems only to torment
ouoanuy may tno gooa L,ora nave
fcncrcy on their souls. They can nev never
er never know the nature of true, pure,
ban est joy, and are more dead than
UAtae in the -grave.
Mr. C. S. Cullen returned 'this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon from an extensive trip thru
thj northwest and in Canada.
" iMr. tAlfle Brooks, after a visit of
several days with his aunt and uneSe
Brr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard, left
reetberday afternori, accompanied 'by
Mrs. James Badger, !for .his nome at
. Old town, driving the handsome new
Efadger car recently purchased from
this OeaTa Gas Engine Works.
' IVlr. Fred Vogt is spending the
wreak-alt Old town at the 'home of 'Mr.
and Mrs. J. III. 'Badger, in 'the capa capa-cl&y
cl&y capa-cl&y of teaching their nephew the art
of motor d riving.
Mrs. B. A. .Weathers is again -at
ths bedside of (her mot'her, Mrs. Fer
gv&Jii, at Oldtown, who, we regret
to learn, is not improving from her
very serious dllness.
r. A. J. Wilson and daughter and
granddaughter, (Mrs. Duena IMimms,
mid. Mrs. Carney Mimms, who nave
epertt 'the summer at Estell Springs,
Tim., wi'H Weak nip ihousekeeping
rieut week, Dt. Wilson coming (to his
tliinghter, MrsJ Scott, in Savannah,
ami Mrs. Mimms and daughter-ln-Saw
will go for a short visit to
relatives and friends in INasfoville
land .Trenton, Ibefore joining 'Dr. Car-
tyjy Mimms in Louisville. Ky.
The many friends of Mr. .51. M.
Hampton will regret to learn otf his
OIness etince Saturday at 'his (home on
,'iXr. -and;" Mrs. J. Lee Kinby-Smlth
'are erecting a ipretty 'home in River River-'fclde,
'fclde, River-'fclde, 'Whidh will be ready for occu occu-"ttency
"ttency occu-"ttency in a short while.- Jackson Jackson-tT122
tT122 Jackson-tT122 Metropolis.
A 'great many. rprenup-Jlal parties
r- twe ibeing 'planned in ihonor' of iMisa i
Clara Johnson whose marriage jwill
a ndtalbde 'venlt'of Xovemiber 17.
fltio third of fthes ibeautifTi) affairs
WlTJ be given on Monday olfternoon
toy Mrs T.fE. iBridgesat 4:30 oTclock-l
Nat fher home.
days of their honeymoon at Daytona
Beachr left that place today for
Jacksonville, where they will spend
a fe-.v days, and then go on to CUaccn
and Atlanta. t
The executive aboard of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club met at an important call
meeting this morning at 9:30 at the
cub rooms, the president, IMrs.
Charles Tydings, presiding. After
a general -routine of business, all
.plans, for the house warming, wihich
the ladies are to give on the after afternoon
noon afternoon of the 29th, rwere perfected.
The new club ibooks for sthe season
of 1914-15 -were "distributed. These
aro very .beautiful, neat and most
attractively printed. The t financ finances
es finances of the club was the 'most impor impor-itant
itant impor-itant tsaiJbjedt of the mornings dis discussion,
cussion, discussion, and they 'were found to be
in excellent shape. The vnew olub
year promises to be one of the
'brightest in its ihistory. Three
new members were voted in at this
meeting, iMrs. KiHefbrew, IMrs. Cecil
Bryant an'd Mrs. iPanny Anthony.
The hostess motto for October is:
"To thee and thy company, I bid a
Miss Minnie Stovall entertained
the (young ladies Cvullo Club fthis af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at its regu'lar weekly meet meeting,
ing, meeting, at her 'home on Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Three tables were pflaced in
the ifarge reception ho31, iWhieh was
exqni'si'tely kietoorated tfor the occas occasion
ion occasion In great Ibaskets filled, with im im-Tnensve"
Tnensve" im-Tnensve" dusters' of brigiht crim'son
zenias an'd red shaded Bights, and
the effect rwas most beautifoil. The
little than d-'painteki score cards were
figure of joy-'boys and girls, and
were as dainty and tpretty as could
be, cmd were the work of the petite
hositbss. The tuests 'playing wflth the
cflub members this' afternon were
Misses orotShy ; Steihreiber Janet
Weathers, Josephine Bui ibdk, Mrs.
John Taylor and Mrs. Clifton Camp.
At' fi;he Kjcnclusfon of the ; games,
Mias Qtoviall served her guests to de delicious
licious delicious cihicken salad in little fram fram-kins
kins fram-kins (tied with crimson ribbon, ol olives,
ives, olives, dheese straws and ginger kiss
foe cream "in tiny ibaskets Jtied in
crimson with siweet wrafersr ooffee
and wnipped cream. .The alfi tern'oon
with Miss Stonail was one of pfleas pfleas-ruire.
ruire. pfleas-ruire. This ipre try affair wfll ibe fol followed
lowed followed by 'three anctfon table this
evening. The guests for this occas-
on lwill be Misses Mainie Taylor,
ose.phine .Williams v Mary Burford,
irini'a Sistmnlc, Margneriite Por
ter, iMessrs. Will Taylor Tom Har
ris, Cflarence Meffert, Ed Green,
Bernard CKoon'ce and O. B. Howes.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. D. Graves, who
have .been to Washington aui other
eastern places on thir wedding trip,
have arrived In the city and 'will be
er and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
for a few days guests of Their -broth-Rolland
Mrs. R. R, Carroll and little
daughter Merris -went to East Lake
this afternoon to siend the week
end with Dr. and Mrs. 3; 'E. Klock at
Rose cottage. ;' ; ?J
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chazai and
dhil'dren; Mr. and IMrs. D., ;S. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row and IMrs. Lanier Robertson and
chi'ldreni went to Woodmar this
afternoon for the week end: 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Lucius, of Or
lando, formerly of this city, v who
have (been spending some time in
Asheville, X. C; win ibe at home
again next Wednesday, after a most
pleasant summer in the mountains.
Following is the Program, Beginning
at 8:30 This Evening if the
Let Us Have Peace Ernest Sail.
Where the River Shannon (Flows
Jas. J. Russell.
Two Hymns, selected.
' Dream Girl Waltzes Harlem.
O. How Delightful (medley) E.
The Teddy- Bear's Picnic John
W. ratton. ;
' Front Section (march).
i w n i n k i x s wr v i 'a
I' i-r Jt 4i driwir mm 'kM mtm te m
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HW'l'jil, F'i),1"! .'"WIIIWII 1 llll 1 IHl I
Are now on display by us, which goes to shoT,
wide range of styles the fashionable dresser
chose from this Fall and Winter.
; lias '-to
lr. Henry G roves will spend ilhis
' tknter in New York city, wiherje jhe
"ti!EiS'not only a most ilucrative posi posi-iJln,
iJln, posi-iJln, hut time to pursue his studle3
tn She profession he ?ias chosen,
liosiry G roves is an unusually ibright,
amfoltfous ilaJd, and .Ms Ocala -friends
aits deeply dnteres'ted dn this welfare.
dir. and. Mrs. iDmmett Robinson
, orol return from Jacksonville to
morrow, where they ihave ibeen 'for
ecime tri'fe selecting a suitable loca
tion in wMoh to make their nome.
Dir. and IMrs. Robinson will board
xintil they can find a suifcalble 'house.
'Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert N. Dosh, who
Have 'been spending the first few
1 : -
Mrs. F. (Hentferly and family, of
WSerstfale, arrived lin the caty Wed-
aDesklay to m'ake their home at the
Ocala ibi'gh sonool dormitory tfor the
winter, Mrs. 'Henderly ptaxAng three
0$ Iker little ones in tthe public school
for the term. v
air. and Mrs. P. V. Leavengood
write if rom Ohickshinny, Pa., where
they are for. a if ew days, that the
twerrtiher is quite cold and very (foggy.
.They 'have 'been (having a igreat time
on their rounds and will 'be at home
Lake Weir, Oct. 21. -Mr. J. yV.
lynoh and family ileft this morning
for Leesburg, wihere they will make
their future name, Mr. Lynch be being
ing being intereste'd in the '1 umber miU ; at
Fruitland Park. -: ...'. f".
Mr. 31. L. Martin to severai ,car ,car-penters
penters ,car-penters from Ocala at work remodel remodeling'
ing' remodeling' the iEaton house, which- ih'a; pur purchased
chased purchased some time a o, and Ihafe en en-alosed
alosed en-alosed a large jporch for a iaieing'
room, taken out partitions on put
in several, making .it very icdnven icdnven-ient
ient icdnven-ient f or-a (boarding house, wihlcH' he
hopes to rent the coming winter. .;
Fire Chief Chambers and family
spent Sunday "with Mrs. Chamber's
uncle, Mr. iNIat. Blacher, wiho is occu occupying
pying occupying "Shady iNbok," one of Mr. fH.
W. 'Henry's cottage's. v
iRev. Statz of Hawthorne, who
preaches 'for the, Presbyterian,, oon-
gregotion, iwfll ihold services 4 jat ll
o'clock Sunday morning- : r
. Mr. Desiplard, a nromlnent busi'
n ess man of Jacksonville, is spend
ing, a few days swfth Captain J. B.
iMartin, .-.'; .' ... :
The contractor and several v car-
penters, from Angusta, ,Ga., arrived
vestrdar to iconxPTete Mr. IN." 'W. Har
rison's residence and noat house.
Capt. J. B. Martin is cTearing a
100-ocre1 tract' of pine lan'd on the
south side o if Che lake to iplnt water water-meuons
meuons water-meuons the coming season.
Last winter we pleased many with our beautifui styles
and elegantly fitting garments, this season we e; -pect
to take care of ari; ever growing patronage 11
this noDular deDartment.
Be sure to see our complete line of Coats and Sweaters.
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ihostess. Miss Turner was assisted
in serving by (her another- Present
were Misses BIanche an'd Ruth (Halh-
bard, Pearl '( Teuton, Mrs. W. Worst,
and Messrs. Chaiiles iBrandr. (Herbert
amd Clarnece Turner.'
V'-.arrs: F ( Itichter transactexi buai-
,nes3 in Ocala Monday.
! Mr. Bl. (D. L. Graham and' Miss
Blanche were in Ocala Monday..'
Mr. J. W. Haney tfpent Moniday in
tire !Brck; City.
A dance iwas "given in the pavillion
Satnrday night. Only a ,few were
present. Ask one who was there
how it was? M :J::y:X-
f Oliss Polly Wiiliiams, who.
CiBilitchtcm, Oct. 2il. (Mrs. Jennie
HIers. of Chester, ts. C.K is the guet
of 'Dr. mrtf Mrs, S. H. Blitoh. ;,
iWIIIiston, Oct. 21. The series of
(meetings recently conducted In. the
Ba:ptit: cQiu-Pc3i, ;by Dr. Duke, of
the iFirst Ba-ptlst ohurch.of Tampa,
added over 40 new members to the
C&urch. ;! ' ;;;i: '-XK
Am interesting and well attended
series of meetings conducted fcy the
stato evangelist, at the Methodist
Mrs. S. H. Blitch, her guest, Mr3. church closes this week.
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been in Europeorsomie time stndy- J ierSr Miss Legie Blitch. and MrJ Mrs. Ralph Epperson, at present
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E. Smith, of
Enter your baby in the Better Babies Contest, and see if you cannot
sipture one of them. These prizes will be awarded according to the fol following
lowing following plan:
Entries will be divided into three classes:
Class A. All babies from 6 months to 1 year
Class B. All babies from 1 year to 2 years.
Class C. All babies from 2 years
to 3 years.
Wednesday in Irvine, guests of Dr. j (by (her mother and aunty, Mrs. Lour-
and Mrs. J. L. Davis. ience Smitn and Mrs. X.
Mrs. N. L. 'Ferguson and efoiMren I Wacahoota.
of Hemando, are visitin-g Mr. and I A real estate ideal recently consum-
IMrs. W. P. iHammons. mated (puts Lir. j. ai, mamsuu, ui
Mr. and Mrs. Brantley. Peterson, Flemington, in possession of a busi busi-of
of busi-of Morriston, were jWednesday visi- ness Mock! ihousing fOTir1 different
tors. ::;':' 'V-v firms. The property formerly be-
iMessrs. iB. iR. sBliton, 5; j. Jtuitcn aonged to jaaxson & xwarus. vou vou-and
and vou-and iFenton Blitdli spent iSatuTday in sideration $30;opO.
Ooola. I The removal of our county 'dem-
Dr. Blitch visited MontiOrooK, onstrator, un. Jrowu, aw urwu
Tuesday : ; t .; Cove Springs, entails the loss to
Rev. and Qlrs. (Henderson -'of CampJiLevy county of an officer second to
ville, spent Sunday shere. ; none in the state. He is reliably re-
Governor Park Trammel! and j ported to have done more ior tne
Sunt. W. iN". Sheats will 'be 'guests of I rnrevention of hos cholera than any
Dr. .Blitch while attending the dedi- other demonstrator.
V ItOOMt A?I BATII FOR A JJOLLAIl AND A HALT
ODEA if .A
ji-.-JI Luti NiisSi'. .' 'S.,(:jilP L
Completely Renovated and Ne7 Manacment
, NOV OPEI I.' :
Running Water in Every Room in the Ho
l A 'rf.
ROOMC'AXD DATJI FOR A DOLLAR, AND' A HALF
(He and his
Class A. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in goid to the boy scoring highest.
Class B. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
Class C. $20 in gold to the girl scoring highest.
$20 in gold to the boy scoring highest.
However, the contest is not a mere competition for a prize. The
isreatest benefits are educational.
Children receive careful physical and mental examination by com competent
petent competent physicians, and a record is made of It.
. Parents learn more ahout .their Ohfldren, and ore able to remove
many defects. The child 'gets a better start -in life, and the information
and hellp derived are the best features of the contest. AXD ALL THIS
IS ABSOLUTELY FREE. CN'O EXTRA NOB FEE. (NO CHARGE OF
, AXY KIND.
Babies from any locaJity, regardless of -county, may enter.
For further information, -.and application cards, address:
- Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Ocala, Florida
cation at Fellowship on the
wife wIH be missed as leaders in the
educational, social and religious liie
of the town, fle takes n p tne same
work in Clay county at a much ;bet-
Burbank, Qct. 22. 4Mrs. C. W. t'er salary, a reward of "duty well
Bogue and (Miss Dorothv soent a I -Trfor!med.
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few days in Palatka, the guests of The lecture on hog cholera by Dr.
Mrs. Bogue's daughter Mrs. John BaTib, of the department at Wash-
Tilghman. Jr. trn rwa r attended hv an interest-
Mrs. E. Styles spent a few days injed audience of farmers and (business
Ocala recently. men. who kept him ;busy answering
Mr. C. iW. Bbgue has returned I j-uestions for an ihour after 'his reg-
from a business trim to r,hira.zo. I nt ndrirAs; Wp. twtill esnibit and
Mrs. 'H. POinrw (h roifurnftd jfrwrn I to-IV rv rfho farmAra irf Marlon, Al-
a business trip to-Cbicako. I achua and other county airs. His
ed a few of her friends Saturday hs now working the northern portion
night. Rhummy was 'Dlaved. and I of the state, aftern which he will
ice cream and cake were served. All I "do" the southern -part, from which
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the guests departed at a late hour I he is already receiving insistent wua
saying Mis3 Turner was an ideal If or service.
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Tickets on sale Oct. 24th- good to return Oct.
STANDARD RATLRO AD OF THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS, Passenger and Ticket AgtM Ocala, Ha.
Pat Your M. iothe STMI itiycii tvent uulj.
Source of the Current Fashions
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2;5, 1914
I y it f 1 I II': J
FIRST CLASS. Meals and Berth included.
This Spseial Rategoid on any of the Company's
Aiijjust 22d to Oc 17th, Inclnsivc.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from ; Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
till Si '??
Just Received a Solid Carload of
The Best, Most Durable, Cheapest
Artificial Builders' Board manufactur manufactured
ed manufactured for interior finishing. r
For samples, prices, etc., call or write
o Mo :M(SC
Conttr actor and Builder.
Distributor of -Badger Board for the
State of Florida. b
t-TTftl t 1 v mill n V "I 1 ...
g rent, way not prepare now Dy installing: j
.They are now cheaper, and more efficient than ever. ,
For the same current you are now consuming In carbon lamps
Come i;a and let us demonstrate.
m0 m0 "tuoheis-
! No. O North Main .Street OCAIiA, FLORIDA.
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, Pres.
Rer. Father Benedict, Director. X
Five Miles West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio X
: Boarding School for Boys Chartered June 4, 1889 g
ULAbiJlUAL AUU UUliilVitliUIAL UUUHbfcS ?
$225 FOR -.TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
V U. S. POST OFFICE, TEIiEGRAPH, TEIiEPHOXE, EXPRESS and
X A. C. L; TICKET OFFICE AT THE COMEGE
t FALL OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16,1914
L n i nam t ta ti r 4wt I7T f"T TF A v
rOTBK K t- R Y r
Flour anil Eggs are Pies and Cookies
BUT If You Couldn't
HAVE STEAKS AND CHOPS AXD ROASTS
AMiat Would You Good Polks Do?
COME EARXiY AXD AVOID THE RUSH.
V: A4r ; y? v k Kt T&
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BEFORE the clouda of vrvir cast
their ominous shadows, those cre creators
ators creators of styles in Paris to whom the
world of Fashion looks for new ideas,
had already launched some of their
efforts. There is no gainsaying the
wealth of ideas, the keenness of per perception
ception perception and the ingenuity of these au authorities.
thorities. authorities. In this country we look to
Three beautiful costumes, which will
hear the most careful scrutiny, are
shown in the snapshots taken of
French women which are reproduced
here. From the crowns of their heads
to the tips of their shoes every detail
of their clothes shows the exercise of
good taste in the employment of new
ideas. .' .;
All the hats shown are of velvet
with small soft crowns and wide
brims. They are all simply trimmed,
and they foreshadow the styles that
may become fashions. V
Already the cape coat is an assured
success. It is pictured here worn as
part of a suit over a skirt which is
plain except for plaitings which drape
it to the figure. The coat and cape in
one suggest a waistcoat at the front
and a full rippled cape from the back.
The garment is, in fact, a very clever
evolution inasmuch as it introduces
the waistcoat, the cape- and the coat
"with wide severs,-in- a one-piece gar-'
It is worn over a thin blouse hav having
ing having a very handsome, wide frill of lace
about; the neck, wired to stand up af after
ter after the fashion of the medici collar.
The bag, gloves and uppers of the
smart walking shoes are made to
match the costume.
A remarkably clever skirt appears
in the costume, of colored taffeta with
embroidery on the bodice and at the
foot of the front panel in the .drapery.
The underskirt fs draped in about tho
ankles, suggesting the Turkish trouser
inspiration." ? Over this is worn a short
tunic cut with a long panel at the
front. ; .,-; :' x: ; .r.r, :;
The bodice has a round neck fin finished
ished finished with a turnover collar of or organdie.
gandie. organdie. A surplice front is indicated
in its drapery, although the opening
is arranged at the right side. This
is covered by bringing the silk frora
the right shoulder to the waist line at
the left side. The back of the bodice
is extended to form a short yoke at
each side of the front, and the shoul shoulders
ders shoulders are rather long. The full sleeves
are -t set in and wrinkled about the
The fronts of the draped bodice are
extended to form a loose girdle about
the waist. There is almost no defini definition
tion definition of the waist line, which appears
to be vanishing from our midst
JULIA BOTTOM LEY.
fTh'e iAgatheridan! Society Sheld its
regular .meeting Octl 23. I.
After the (minutes of fthe preceding
meeting Ihald -been read and apspnoved
the folilawing progTam was rendered:
Stab j eat : Florida.-',' ;
Bong by school. "5Iy FOTida."
Essay, "Ponice' de Ueom aai'd the
Discoven" of (Florida,, aim Bur-
. Storj' ; ol Osceola 'and the Semi Semi-n'oles
n'oles Semi-n'oles 'Ruby Oappleman.,
JRecitation, "Tampa (RoMns." : :-(Emima
(Emima :-(Emima .Perry.. . I ,'.
Piano solo Ruth jRentz.' ;
Orations, "The Future of Florida"
- Olivia ToffaletL : ...
Essay," (Florida's Part in the
CivSl War." 'Susie 'Ervin.
(Etesay, "The iDistinotive Geograph Geographical
ical Geographical Feature of Florida. "-Martha
fPfamo &olo Agnes Burford.
Debate: "iResalvd that Ocala
should have an new Union (Depot."
Affirmative:' iDdiward" Connor, and
Ruby Fausett; negative: Irene Tof Tof-faleti
faleti Tof-faleti and 'James XiddelJ.
Paper Margaret Jackson.
fTihe judges were MarTiha Kate
Rentz, Alfred aiacKay and Sam Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford anld they decided in (fawr of the
fThere 1ein:g no 'further ibiisSness
to cofme ibefare the fabuse, the society
a!diaurne,dj to meet 'again October
(Sidney Harrold, Secretary.
SERVICES AT SAINT
PHIIililP'S CHURCH SUNDAY
The Star ds (requested to announce
that Rev. Father Jerome of St. Loo
Abbey will arrive in the city Satur
day evening and will conduct the
regular service at St. Phillip's
Catholic church Sunid ay.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, a? they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
ear; There is only one rway to cure
deafness, and that is by constitution constitutional
al constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the 'Eustachian tube. When
this tube" is inflamed you can hear a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing
and when it 4s entirely closed, deaf deafness
ness deafness is the result, and .unless the in inflammation
flammation inflammation can !be taken out and thi3
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing will be destroyed forever;
iiine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in inflamed;
flamed; inflamed; condition of the mucous sur-
We will give one hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
(Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir circulars
culars circulars free. F. .J Cheney and Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for
The best ice cream in town at the
Court Pharmacy. Sunday orders a
specialty. 10-2-6t V
Tb Telephone Subscribers:-
Please list in your directories
phone No. 451. J. D. iMcCaskill.
Mr. W. J. Edi wards, of Ocala, fruit
inspector for this (district, spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday iuv this section (looking over
the friut situation. Orlando Senti Sentinel.
nel. Sentinel. ;- ; v''.;-'
Mr. C. Dd. Oarmichael,, a promi prominent
nent prominent ibusiness man of Ocala, and
ch'ainmau of fthe Iboard of county
commissi oners of IMarlon county,' Is
in Orlando today, registered at the
San Juan.. Orlando Sentinel!
A PERTINENT QUESTION
' The question has been asked, "In
what way are Chamberlain's Tablets
superior; to pills?" The answer 4s,
"They are more mild and gentle in
effect and more reliable. 'Be sides
they Improve the appetite, cleanse
and invigorate the stomach, correct
disorders of the liver and leave the
bowels in a natural and healthy con condition,
dition, condition, iwhile the use of pills, owing
to their drastic effect, is often fol followed
lowed followed oy constipation." For sale by
all dealers. Adv.
Indexers have been responsible for
many errors, but possibly the strang strangest
est strangest example of curious indexing occurs
In a law book. Turning over its in index,
dex, index, a correspondent of the London
Chronicle noted the entry: "Best, Mr.
Justice, His Great Mind," and refer reference
ence reference to the page brought this: "Mr.
Justice Best said he had a great mind
to commit the witness for contempt
"Lady," said the unshaven man at
the back door, "I'm on a hunger
strike." f Well," said the general
housework person sharply, "what do
rou want?" "Can't you hear? I'm on
t hunger strike. I want to be forcibly
Ted." Buffalo Express.
Yep. V ;
When a man brags of nimself peO
jle. pcoing tha ; S able to take carp
t n. ...cii iihi.. aL. do it-
TEiafs nm? BesMess v
Here is a list of GOOD THINGS TO 'DAT which are just in and
they are fresh and fine:
Hecker's Self-Risins Buckwejit, jreckers lancake Flour,
Heckers Graham Flour Heckers Oatmeal
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Hecker's Rye Flour, 'Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour,
Aunt Jemima's Special Cake Flour, I CMaple Syrup,
3Iajle arid Cane' Syrup,' New. Florida Syrup
Roquefort, OorgonzoUt, Brie,'' Camembert, Krauter. ICase, I4ni I4ni-burger,
burger, I4ni-burger, Dutch Vezet, Stilton, Cheddar, Cheshire, Parmesan, Sap Sap-Sago,
Sago, Sap-Sago, Pimento and Philadelphia Cream Cheese.
Potato Chips, IJnorr's Consomme Cube:,
Knorr's Soup Squares, Dill Pickles la Bulk,.' j
Swne of the THINGS THAT WILiL MAKB YOU A-PDBASED
PATTROX OF THIS -STORE.
Cliase & Sanborri's Teas and Seal Bnmd Coffee, Royal Sc::rkt
Canneil Ooods find other food : products.
,: The.. following, list will help you In your shopping. Lay in a sup sup-ly
ly sup-ly for next week.
These prices are good for: ? 1
. dlui Cluy lilU Mill dull l.iC.I wdy "liJ2::M
White Bacon, per pound 16 l-2s
Lard Compound, per pound r :..2Ce
10 pounds Water Ground Meal for 1.: ...HGs ...HGs-Irish
Irish ...HGs-Irish Potatoes, per peck .... C7c
Heckers Oat Meal, per pkg., -. -. J 02 2
Quaker Oat Meal, per pkg.t -: . . .1 -. CDs
25c value Roasted Coffee, per pound, -. : -r 2C2
10c Tins Karo Syrup, per tin, ..... . ... C0e
10c Tins' Stollwerk's') Cocoa,- per tin, --CCc
15c Tins Red Columbio River Salmon, each, 2Cc
Van Camp's Milk, (family size), each Cc, doz.-.CvIa
Full Cream Cheese, per pound,.
10 cent Bottles Extaact Vanilla or Lemon, each Ce
10c Packages Kingford Corn Starch, each 07c
10c Packages National Biscuit Co.'s cakes, any
kind or assorted, 3 for : 2C2
15c, Jars Florida (Burbank) Peanut Butter... ;2Cc
10c Jars Florida (Burbank) Peanut Butter j -.002
25c boxes (3 cakes) Toilet Soap per box. 2Ce
10c Tins Ready Made Soup, 5 for.... -r.25e
15c Tins Finest California Peaches, each, ... -. .Cc
20c Tins C.S. Peas, per tin,..... .IGs
Post Toasties, per package, .GC2
U. S. Marine Tobacco; per package, -CCc
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, And If the teams could talk they would thank you, too- for helpirn
to lighten tho load on the heaviest day of tho tvee!:, v.fikh b Cay cl
rest for nearly everybody but this Ice man of yours.
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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
Crystal River, Fla.
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I did not nadentand, my. mother, Ln Ln-vteAd
vteAd Ln-vteAd if KMnsr mi the definition when
I appL'ed to her. nniformly sent me to
the dictionary to leant it, and fa thla
way I gradually learned many things
besideu. the meaning of the Individual
word in question among other things,
how to use a dictionary, and the great
pleasure and adrantaze there might
be In the me of the dictionary.
After? ards, when I went to the Tillage
school, my chief diversion, after les lessons
sons lessons wire learned and before they
were xecited. was In turning over the
pag2S of the 'Unabridged of those
dzyu Now .the most modern Una-brligcd-theNEW
gives Ki3 a pleasure of tha same sort.
So far fcs my knowledge extends. It ia
at present the best of the one-vo!ame
dlctloiicr'ei, and quite suZklcat for
all ordlrary nes. Eren those who
posses the splendid dictionaries la
aerenl Tolumes will yet find it a great
convenience to hare this, which is so
compact, so full, and so trustworthy
as to leare. In most cases, little to be
deslnd."- Albert 8. Cook.PhJ)LLJ
Professor of the English Language and
Lltemture, Yale Unlr. April 28. 1911.
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Has moved, his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraketjto ibe new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and Sauth Second Street, where
io will he rpleased to see his friends
IRST IDLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
rN EVERY transaction we expect to get our money's worth.
11- Ween we buy merchandise from oar local storekeepers we examine
eTery thing with the utmost care, we test for strength and look for quality.
We discus with the merchant the desirability and value of everything and
after .we thall have decided that we will effect a purchase we are convinced
that we have obtained full value and that we can depend on our purchase as
being what we want.
Then, again, if for any reason we have reason to be dissatisfied with
that which we have bought we can talk it over with our merchant and any
discrepancy will be readily adjusted.
This In the principle of all good business. The buyer meets the seller
face to face and examines the goods before closing the deal. The seller s
responsible for his representations and the buyer can always find him and
adjust any differences which may occur.
' On the other hand there Is the mail order method.
We receive a book from the mall order house, illustrated with expensive
pictures ojf various articles. The descriptions of these articles are always
optimistic and gloriously pleasing. Our minds -are impressed by the charm charming
ing charming wording of the descriptions and the selection of adjectives creates in
our minda a desire to possess these wonderful things.
All sorts of promises are made in the book, or catalog,. We will be
accorded the greatest possible consideration, we will be allowed all kinds of
privileges; we can return the goods at the expense of the house if not sat satisfactory;
isfactory; satisfactory; shipments will be made with promptness and despatch; any dam damages
ages damages in shipping will be adjusted at once; "Our Mr. So-and-So will give your
orders his personal attention" etc.
We ars flattered and cajoled by the clever wording of the catalogue and
the statements made In the "fake" personal letters sent to follow up the cata catalogue.
logue. catalogue. We are touched In that tiny spot of vanity which, though email, seems
to be everywhere and to respond to the slightest touch.
We ars allured by the prsspect of obtaining such magnificent and desir desirable
able desirable artlclss at such remarkably tow (?) prices and we are flattered by the
statement that Mr. So-and-So will give our order personal attention.
We begin to believe ourselves to be "some punkins" and we are Inclined
to swell up and look askance at our less fortunate townsmen who have not
b'senslngled out-for such distinction as a letter, signed in person by Mr.
.TherefoVe, we decide that we will send an order for something. We forr
get that we can go Into the store of our own local So-and-So, whom we know
and to whom we are perhaps responsible for past favors. But it is easy to
forget all this in the happiness and exultation of having been singled out by
the great mall order "boss" as a desirable person with whom to do business."
SO WE SEND AN ORDER, CASH WITH IT; OP COURSE.
Then we wait for the article to come. More waitings Then we write to
the mall order "boss-"
We get a succession of form letters in reply, but no merchandise. We
waste a let of time and patience and postage stamps and stationery. Finally
the shipment arrives.
We are", astounded. This hardlyj looks like the article we expected. So
we write again. Then follows more correspondence. We are told, to exam examine
ine examine the article again thoroughly and compare the description with it. We
do so. ;
Yes, the technical description is the samel BUT THE CLEVER STYLE
IN WHICH IT IS WRITTEN HAS DELIBERATELY MISLED US. The illus illustration
tration illustration has lied to us deliberately, because the picture was toned up and
exaggerated for the sole purpose of misleading us. ;
We are stung. We could have gotten a far better value from our local
storekeeper for the money. The lying letters we received from Mr. So-and-So
were merely printed form letters and were probably never seen by the alleged
signer, who Is in Europe spending the dollars which we, and other similar
dupes, have sent him.
Bah! Why will be persist in such foolishness? Our common sense
should tell us better. But no, probably we will do the same thing over
again. when we get the same sort of flattering and lying dope from another
mail order house that has bought a list of names, containing ours, from the
house which stung us.
YES, THEY WILL PASS OUR NAMES ALONG, ONE TO THE OTHER.
WE HAVE PLACED OURSELVES ON RECORD AS BEING "EASY MARKS."
In the meantime we may go to our local dealer and buy the article we
really need. He will guarantee it and, perhaps, give, us credit for it if we
need It. ,
LET US SUPPORT OUR LOCAL BUSINESS MEN. THEY ARE EN ENTITLED
TITLED ENTITLED TO OUR TRADE AND WE KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT FROM
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge rro. 19, F. &
A 1., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until f urther notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Prown, Secretary.' Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second, and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M. -Miss
Florrie Condon, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. P.,
meets in or.ge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. J. H. Benjamin, N. G.
W. !L. Colbert; Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
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 visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. Gober, C O.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at 8 p. m., every
second and fourth; Friday. Visiting
sovereigns -are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad
1 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
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 postoffioe.
r 'J. D. Rooney, Dictator.
: ; CHAPTER NO 13, It, A. M.
Regular convocations of the, Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. -m. O. E. Connor, H. P.
'Jake Brown, Secretary.
COXCORDLV LODGE F. U. OF A.
APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOR
BOOKS ARE OPEN
Ccrcful Esttnates made on all Con Con-'
' Con-' tract Wcr. Gives an ore and better
tot2i fcr th3 snoncy thn any otic:
Your attacks of lumbago are not
nearly so hopeless as they seeai.
You can relieve them almost instant instantly
ly instantly by a simple application of Sloan's
Liniment on the 'back and loins.
Lumbago is a form of rheumatism,
and yields perfectly to Sloan's, which
penetrates quickly all in thru the
sore tender muscles, limbers up the
back and makes it feel fine. Get a
bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 23
cents of any druggist and have it In
the house against colds, sores and
swollen joints, rheumatism, neural neuralgia,
gia, neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if not satisfied, -but It
does give almost instant relief
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 alwsys give
me for Christmas now. Til buy you
something nice with It. I'm thinking
of a pair of pistols a boy he re wHl sell
cheap or a gramophone that another
boy has. I could nee them until 1 come
.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 thatdid me so much good,"
writes Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Andrews,
Ind. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
Nowis the time to .piant 'Rye for
pasture. Ocala Ccod-. tore. 10-1 -tf
The city registration books are
open and those who wish to vote in
the coming bond elections 'had 'best
go tf the city clerk's office at the
city hall and see that they are prop properly
erly properly registered. Poll taxes are paid
in the county tax collector's office at
the court house, but the fact that you
are correctly registered in the county
books will not entitle you to vote In
the city elections, unless you are
registered in the city books.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month.' Geo. L. Taylor. P. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. 288, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 28 6, 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
I f I
V n 7E have just added to our business, a laro
and complete line of the best known makes
of Auto TIRES and TUBES, in all sizes and for
all rims. The goodsare of the very newest rubber f ;
and labne, and when buying you will have the
assurance of knowing you are getting the fresh freshest
est freshest goods obtainable. We cell for Cash only,
and guarantee to save you money.
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PHONE" 271 . -OCAI-A.'FTOEIIDA
CEnoSce seEceiedl, per gd!on,' 01.2
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We ship in Sealed: Tins.
We solicit your orders.
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Crystal River, Flu.
HAD TAKEN HIS WEIGHT IN
M. D. Faucett, or Gillsville, Ga.,
says he had taken his weight in med medicine
icine medicine for headache and constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, bi t never used anything thit
did him so much good as Chamber Chamber-lairs
lairs Chamber-lairs Tablets. For sale by all
Pay Your 1915 Automobile License
and Get a Brand New Tag for
The 1915 automobile licenses were
due Oct. 1st, 1914. All who drive
their cars after that date without
first securing 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, Tax Collector.
C. G. Conn Bb cornet, low and
high pitch with C attachment, prac practically
tically practically new, and will sell at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Apply at Star office. 10-19-tf
WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT
Light your automobile .with elec electric
tric electric light. For particulars write
Box i075, Tampa, Fla. 10-7-30td
J. E. FRAMPTON
Located In Ocala, 2Tla., Expert wor
guaranteed. References given
Associated with Herbert -Lattuer
.... W. T7. Kimball Co., Ocala
People often accept statements wit
People often accept statements
with a sort of mental reservation as
much as to say, 'I -am not convinc convinced,"
ed," convinced," which leads us to remark that
there is nothing that will so thor
oughly satisfy you of the excellence
of Chamberlain's Uougn uemeay as
a personal trial. Mrs. John 'Fishtou,
Peru; Ind., who used; this remedy in
her family Tor the last ten years,
says of it, "I always give Chamber Chamber-;
; Chamber-; Iain's Cough -Remely to my children
! when v sick with coughs or colds. I
like it better than any other because
jthey take it wiHingly and it is tree
I fixjra narcotics. It i-.a "never -f-i!:i
to sive inn:?dlirt3 r
Commercial Bank Block, oh.
Magnolia Street, West.
Post Box 518.. Local or
Loii Distance .Phone, 20:1
AM now; in business for myself. xConducting a High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I. can give you the bst there
is, and. as, much as any one else In business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public .wants,
and I am supplying that want. .
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES
Good Old 65 Proof
Corn or Gin, in jugs
at per gallon. JgQ
Good Old 80 Proof Rye
Corn or Gin, In jugs
at per gallon. CQ i
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in juga.at per
Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
Make my place your headquarters while 4n the city. You will bo
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac-
tion at "Johnny's Place. 1
The FINEST BEER' you ever drank, and ALt KINDS of it in bet- 1
ties and on draft i
1"J ,f "5 T 1
- Medical:;. Surgical, Hydropatbic v5
Announces the moving of the Institute
offi6esand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of, Public, Square, entrance betveen The
Hurray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Lars-? Quarters, More Ftilly Equipped and will Krs
::; ::-r--:j- UUietlfl Upon;. Ethical -.'Liscs g' '
THE OCALiA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 23; 1914
if, V It"'
the beautiful! work oiPara
gon Typewriter Ribbons and
Red Seal Carbon Papers;
when you see the strong
colors, the clean-cut im
pressions, 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?
We experimented for years
to determine exactly the kind
of fabric neede d 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
macuncry. 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 that the
evolution of this machinery has
required years of study and
This is the story of
Red Seal Carbon
The results are known.
These brands are the recog recognized
nized recognized leaders 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
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it Is Just natural
To Admire OaMso
Our altrustlc nature impels love for the
cooing infant. And at the same time
the subject of
mouiernoou is ever i
what, to do that will
add to the .physical
coraiort of expectant
motherhood Is a sub subject
ject subject that has Inter Interest
est Interest b3 most women of
all tlmea One of
the real helpful
things Is an external
abdominal application sold In most
drug stores under the name of "Mother's
Friend." We have know? so many grand grandmothers,
mothers, grandmothers, who in tht j younger days
relied upon. this remedy, and who recom recommend
mend recommend it to their own daughters that It
certainly must be what its name Indi Indicates.
cates. Indicates. They have used it for its direct
Influence upon the muscles, cords, liga ligaments
ments ligaments and tendons a3 it aims to afford
relief from the strain and pain so often
unnecessarily severe durlnj? the period of
A little book mailed by Bradfleld Regu Regulator
lator Regulator Co.. 303 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta Ga..
refers to many things th:it women like to
read about. It refer ;ot ou..;ro the
Telief from muscle strain due to their
expansion but also to nausea, morning
Sctaess. caking of breasts and many
Sense Shown by Partridges.
Quails and partridges deserted parts
of France when the aeroplane first
made its appearance there. But now
they have begun to retcrn to their old
haunts. Before returning in force the
partridges sent some of their number
to scout for them.
ITS DISCOVERY AN ACCIDENT
Carbide of Calcium, Meet Useful
Stone, Brought to Attention in
Somewhat Novel Way.
The immense production at Niagara
Falls of carbide of calcium, the curi curious
ous curious artificial stone which, when bathed
in water, gives off acetylene gas, re recalls
calls recalls that this sjbstance was first
manufactured in America by accident,
through the .metallurgical operations
of T. L. Wilson, near a small stream in
North Carolina, the National Maga Magazine
zine Magazine states. While using limestone
and salt In smelting, he noticed among
the melted slag which day by day ran
nearer to the brink of the little
stream, a grayish-white substance new
in his experience, but thought little
of it until one day the molten slag
overhung the water and began to flow
into it. Then suddenly a bright,
white flame burst out of the molten
mass and enveloped It for some time.
He drew from the dry slag some of
the strange material and touched a
match to it, but without result. Then
he poured some water upon it and at
the next trial the liberated acetylene
gas broke Into flame. Thus in 1892
accident discovered, a practical way of
producing acetylene gas, first discov discovered
ered discovered In England In 1836 by Edmund
Day while experimenting with potas potassium
sium potassium tartrate and charcoal. It re remained,
mained, remained, however, for the Intense heat
of XWt hydro-electrical furnaces of Ni Niagara
agara Niagara to turn out this wonderful stone
In almost perfect purity and immense
PLAN HOME SCHOOL SYSTEM
The National Bureau of Education to
Teach Health and Morals
As the result of appeals for advice
on the care and training of their chil-
dren, received the last year from thou
sands of mothers throughout the
United States, especially in remote
rural districts, the bureau of educa education
tion education at Washington announced that ft
has established a home education divi division.
The objects of the bureau are to
help parents In the home education of
their children with reference to health,
games and play, early mental develop development
ment development and formation of moral habits;
to interest boys and 'girls who have
left school and still are at home by
directing their home reading and study
and to further the efforts to this end
of the parents In the home.
Through county superintendents of
schools, the bureau obtained the names
of 1,593 women In many localities, who
could be depended on to help in the
work. These women, in turn, have
furnished a list of nearly forty thou thousand
sand thousand mothers who felt the need of in information
formation information on child nurture and home
The bureau co-operates with the
National Congress of Mothers v and
Parent-Teacher associations in order
to reach as many homes as possible.
The president of the British aesocla
tlon, Prof. "William Bateson, declared
in his address at Sydney;' Australia,
that Tom Paine's scouting the notion
of a "hereditary wise man or a "her
eaitary matnematician, was some
thing more than commonly foolish.
"We, on the contrary," Professor Bate Bate-son
son Bate-son said, "would feel it something of
a puzzle if two parents, both mathe
matically gifted, had any children who
were not mathematicians." All kinds
of qualities, moral and mental, as well
as physical, are now traceable : from
parents to offspring by the law of in
heritance of "factors" which Mendel
discovered. Professor Bateson notes
with dismay the tendency of civilized
man to preserve all his. offspring, good
and bad, since the proportion of de defectives
fectives defectives is thus made to increase. He
"The increase is so considerable that
outside every great city there is a
smaller town inhabited by defectives
and those who wait on them. Round
London we have a ring of such towns,
wjth some 30,000 Inhabitants, of whom
about 28,000. are defectives, largely,
though, of course, by no means entire entirely,
ly, entirely, bred from previous generations of
Strange Shells of China.
The priests of China, who are among
the cleverest men in 'the world at
many things, often manage u insert
tiny images of Buddha within the
shells of living oysters, hich are left
undisturbed for a year afterward.
At the end of this time the images
are covered --with mother-of-pearl to
such an extent that they appear to
have grown naturally in this manner.
The Chinese people hold these shells
in the greatest reverence, believing
that Buddha dwells therein. Should
a Christian chance to look upon one,
however, the Chinaman will careless carelessly
ly carelessly toss the little image away, believ believing
ing believing that the charm has departed for forever
ever forever by reason of the white man's pro profaning
faning profaning gaze.
Contraction of Sun.
Adopting the well-known hypothesis
of Helmholtz, which attributes the
production of the heat emitted by the
sun to its contraction, an idea can be
formed of the sun's duration.
If one gives to the sun a coefficient
of expansion intermediate between
that of mercury and that of gas one
arrives at the conclusion that it has
taken 1,000,000 to 1 3,000,000 of years
for the sun to contract to its present
radius; in particular, it would have
taken 10,000 years to contract from
infinity to a radius twice its present
"WITH A CORPORAL'S GUARD"
Single-Handed Victories of the Past
Seem to Have Been Duplicated
Like the lineaments of a smiling
child peering around the corner of a
hideous .false face, the grim mask of
war occasionally lowers to disclose for
a moment a fleeting glimpse of cheer cheerfulness
fulness cheerfulness or even of comedy, says the
One such occurrence has been re
ported from the French invasion in
Alsace. A fortified outpost was taken,
lost and taken again. At the final sor
tie of the invaders one lone French
man advanced to announce that he
was already in full possession. When
asked how It happened, he told how
the enemy had become aware that he
was present and how by various sub subterfuges
terfuges subterfuges known at least to romance
he had converted himself Into a host.
This caused them to remain on the
defensive, as good soldiers do in the
presence of superior numbers.
Worthy of the pages of Dumas and
Balsac and Hugo, if true! Also of
Shakespeare and Sienkiewicz and Mul Mul-bach,
bach, Mul-bach, in order that the genius of no
nation may be Ignored. Did not Fal Fal-staff
staff Fal-staff stand off with his redoubtable
sword the 11 in buckram? Was not
that other prince of braggarts- as well
as of fighters, Pan Zagloba; mightiest
in his cups? Shall Vende alone claim
a Gauvain to disperse a column with
a corporal's guard? And, if memory
remains true, was there not a certain
captain of Koepenlck. selr-brevetted,
who demanded the keys of garrisons
in the kaiser's own domains and got
away with it?
It may be well that war at its worst
is not equal to quenching these irre irrepressibles.
pressibles. irrepressibles. Their antics illumine the
dark canvas of battle as a single ray
of light thrown on the somber -background
of lowering clouds. Some Somewhere
where Somewhere between the laureled conqueror
and that worthy who cried: "Me and
Sally killed the b'ar," lie the bold spir spirits
its spirits that capture redoubts single-handed.
They are the peculiar possession
oZ v one nation, and their valorous
deeds may well serve to lighten the
hearts of those who know how to
fight In companies and brigades.
FROST SEEN AS A CURATIVE
Russian Scientist Has New Idea
Which May Be Found to Work
The Russian scientist, Bachmetleff,
is reported to have succeeded in freez
ing rats and other small animals, and
bringing them back to life, apparently
uninjured, by a process of gradual
thawing. His experiments were sug suggested
gested suggested by hibernating animals and dor
A practical part of the' Russian
scientist's experiments seem to Indi
cate the possibility of freezing and re
storing limited areas, or organs, of
the body, and applying this method to
cure disease. The bacillus of tuber
culosis, ior example, is Killed by a
temperature six degrees below freez
ing point. In a locally infected area,
such as one lobe of the lung, it may
become possible to freeze out con
sumption- providing the Russian's
method of thawing but rats can be ap
plied to human beings.
Champion Egg producer.
It would be hard to say. off-hand
which is the champion egg producer
of the universe, but the starfish will
take some beating.
It has been estimated recently that
the female Luidia cillaris, a seven-
rayed starfish, well known in north
ern seas, produces two hundred mil
And yet the adults of this species
are far from common. There are so
many odds against these objects ar
riving at maturity that nature has
to be prodigal that a few at least of
the young ones may survive. It is an
almost invariable rule that where the
production of young is enormous, the
mortality is great, and animals that
produce few at birth, or breed at
long intervals, have a proportionately
The German military authorities
have tried out successfully cigar-
shaped rubber skates, by which a sol
dier is equipped to literally walk over.
rivers, carrying heavy loads mean
while and firing his rifle with all the
steadiness he commands on land. Each
skate or pontoon is about six feet long
and fastened on the foot in the same
way as skis or snowshoes.
The motion the soldiers use to pro
pel themselves over the water very
much resembles skating, and because
of this, the name of water skates has
been given the invention.
lhey have more .than one use; a
number fastened together make re
liable rafts, and they may also be used
as a base for a bridge.
All the World Loves a -!
Every great man has run away at
least once in his lifetime, and some
have done the trick of tener. The world
loves a man who runs away as a
strategic move, mind you and makes
as good apologies for him as did Fal
staff. If Horace had not fled from
Philippi, Mahomet from Mecca, Dante
from Florence, Shakespeare from
Stratford, I doubt that we should still
be hearing so much about them. Each
had good reasons for going, but was
too wise to stop and explain why let
the gossips have their guess!.
I hope I am too modest to offer my myself
self myself as a conspicuous exception.-
Michael Monahan in "At the Sign of
School Hats for
A GROUP of three hats is pictured
here suited to the needs of the
young lady in the high school and her
smaller sister. One of them, the mor
tar-board hat of velvet, is shown in
two views. This velvet model and the
large sailor for the nearly grown miss
are suitable for dressy wear also. :
The mortar-board hat Is a novelty
in headwear. It is made on a square
brim mounted over a small round
crown. The velvet covering is cut
large enough to fold back, as shown
in the picture. This covering is a
large square of velvet bordered with
silk. The four corners of the square
are fastened to the crown with small
ribbon bows. No further decoration
would be in good taste on so odd a
model. This hat could be made of
more durable material by substituting
one of the thin plushes, such as are
shown among fall millinery materials.
The sailor shape of plain velvet is
a type or many hats designed ior
young girls. The brim of velvet is
quite often mounted on a crown of
silk in contrasting color. Gold and
For results put
Big and Little Girls
h 'i V
v v-- '-y : N 4
silver, cloth is used for this purpose.
Pretty roman-striped silks are good.
s The close-fitting, bonnet-like shape,
for a little miss, is of a light weight
plush draped over a frame. It Is
trimmed with a small natural wing.
These plushes will stand any amount
of wear, and weather and are. In fact
more hardy' than fur.- Hats made of
them are Very comfortable and a satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory protection in cool weather.
Corduroy Is about the most reliable
fabric which one can select to make
hats for the children's dally wear.
And altogether satisfactory shapes
can be ; made at home, using either
corduroy or velveteen. Hats of this
kind are made with soft crowns and
have brims Interlined with crinoline.
Patterns for making them are" to") be
had of any standard pattern company.
By stitching the brims In parallel
rows, they may be kept shapely.
Trimmings are of the simplest char
acter if used at all. Bands of ribbon
finished with small bow3 are the best
choice of all.
JULIA C OTTO M LEY.
5 Gals. Oil (All this Avk)..C0cj
1 pk I. Potatoes (All vrfc) COc
White House CofTcc, lb..,C,iC
1 pk S. Potatoes (All vk. .2,1c
3 Cans Balto. Toniatoc-s 2."c
I lb Kumford 15. Powdei. ,2Se
(2ootl onions, ier pound. ,4c
G pkgs Sensat'ii Tobacct. .2."c
10 lb. Meal ,2."c
1 0 lbs Grits ...... .23c
BACON, per pound . t . lfic
15c Stuffed Olircs, hot.. .lCs
15c Catsup, bottle ylOc
15c 2-lb Can Peas 10c
15c Corn, 2 for. '. 23c
Cccla Casli Grcccry.-
Next to Burnett's
Oa Fort Kin;? Avenue
I have moed 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 wdtIi
I have jusU received, a big
line of NEW HEATERS. Call
and see thcra.
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14 FORT KING AVENUE
PONY BUGGV. WANTED
Wanted, a second hand pony cart
or huggy. Alust he in cool condi condition
tion condition and quite a light one. Apply at
Star office. 10-15-U.
wiu. r, J"
-Band concert tonight.
Woodmen meet this evening.
Utoyal "Arch meets tonight.
The very latest novels at KREG KREGER'S.
ER'S. KREGER'S. 10-5
Br. Boozer, who has been quite
sick for some days, is better today.
All kinds of bulbs now on sale at
Ocala Seed Storo. 10-1-tf
'The Bpst Man,'
at The Murray
FROZEN MINTS the new chewinj
gum at KREGER'S. 10-5
Pure sparkling soda water In clean,
polishes glasses at kiuuuiu j. au-o
ICE CREAM, all that the name
implies, at KREGER'S. '10-8
"The Democratic Rhine tMaid," at
The Murray Company. 19-3t
. Fresh shipment JOHNSON'S CAN CANDIES
DIES CANDIES at KREGER'S. 10-5
Purity in drugs is everything, Bit Bitting
ting Bitting & Knight have only that kind.
When yov DeeJ stationery,-go to
"Our Mr. Wrenn.
Fishing tackle that vrill bring the
Ush from the water at KREGER'S. tf
The : very latest INITIAL, STA STATIONERY
TIONERY STATIONERY AT KREGER'S. 9-24-tf
(Mr. George Jordan was (brought
lin yesterday from fWildfwo&d! and
tplaced in the hospital for treatment.
See our line of stationery before
buying your supply. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 10-2-6t
Let the children kodak. A little
Brownie Is just the thing for them.
The Little Brownie is the latest
picture machine. At Gerig's drog drog-.
. drog-. store. $1.25. 10-19-tf;
Secretary J. ,D Rooney, of the
Dlarion County Board of Trade, has
gone ftb Georgia on some business in
. connection with an estate in which
he is interested.
air. 'Edwin Spencer of Lakeland
was in town yesterday, attending to
vbusiness 'and greeting 'his numerous
Fifteen pounds of sugar for $1,
with cash purchases of other grocer groceries
ies groceries to the amount of ? 1, Saturday
and (Monday only. Smith Grocery
Company. adv. 3t
Dr. Weaver, chairlman of the fin finance
ance finance committee of the Florida Vege Vegetable
table Vegetable Marketing Bureau is on the
East Coast afddres'sing a meeting of
Mr. J. L. Smoak, who had a tTtal
before Judge Smith court i couple
of 'weeks ago, land 'was fined for
. shooting squirrels out of season, had
a rehearing this .morning and was
TThe Iboard of trade meeting last
-night 'was well attended. TThe official
report of this (meeting Teaclied' us
Jtoo late for publication, today, but
we (will give it tomorrow.
The mass meeting of citizens at
the court house last night was at attended
tended attended by about 200, a majority
of whom seemed in favor of bonds.
A number of speeches were made,
and the occasion 'was very intrest intrest-5ng.
mr. r. i
iF. Condon return
nignt irorn jiiami, wiums x
. ... in i t i-v.i
rail. He le?rnere Qfonday aiorni
f with two othargf ntaemen, to go t
ConrJ trvnn'inf ithemi IMr. C allien says 1
he -roads most df the way are fine.
,ta. ri a -v' aiifi miir nivi rs maK
. m- I I
ui aa uc
IngVhe distance, over 400 miles. J
Yfaw uk& to lk.ave
lnu p ous ip flue me
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily by Mr. F. G. B.
"Welhe, official observer for the gov government.
Max. Min. R. F.
Oct. 1. ...... ..81 67 1.36
Oct. 2. . 82 69
Oct. 3. ....... .82 67 .41
Oct. 4. ....... .83 66 .38
Oct. 5 84 67
Oct. 6.. 84 68 .45
Oct. 7. . .83 68
Oct. 8. S3 68
Oct. 9. .82 65
Oct. 10. ... ... .82 64
Oct. 11... 84 65 ..
Oct. 12. 83 61
Oct. 13. ... . .83 61 .".
Oct. 14. ... . .82 65
Oct. 15. ...... .88 66 .33
Oct, 16 75 55
Oct. 17. ... . . .17 76 ' GS
Oct. 18. ...... .18 78 62
Oct. 19. . 79 56 .
Forecast for this Evening and
Come in and see the work the Lit
tie Brownie will do. Gerig's
This afternoon's 'trains '.were
crowded with soldiers returning
ironi tne camp or instruction' near
w His Large Audience.
Joseph Parker of London, on one
occasion was congratulated by a friend
of ours on the fact that his sermons
were very widely read. "Yes," said
Dr. Parker, with a twinkle in his oye,
"the front seats of my auditorium are
in the Himalayas and the back seati
In the Rocky mountains! The Chris
For Fredeom of Mind.
It makes the mind very free when
we give up wishing, and only think of
bearing what is laid upon us and do doing
ing doing what is given us to do. Georso
Going It Blind.
Enver Bey got an idea of the looks
of his future bride by means of a photograph.-
This illustrates a difficulty
from which the young Englishman Is
tree, but which Is sometimes very
amazing to-the young Turk. He ought
not to see his bride's face until he has
actually married her, or at the very
least until he is betrothed. The young
iaay, as uuckett Ferriman points out,
can take a drive and get a glimpse of
her suitor's face out of doors. But her
face should remain veiled from him,
and, although he generally contrives
to get an idea of her appearance, It
cannot always be done. Mr. Ferriman I
mentions a high official's son "who was
mortified at his wedding to find his
bride a brunette, when he wanted a
To Bed Late In the Morning.
Even in these matter-of-fact' days
parliament is still a weird and won wonderful
derful wonderful thing to country cousins Ip
England. 'I spent the week-end, says
a ganery BKeica wruer, in a suumeru
t A. 1 J A J V ..it. 1
town. What time do you start work
hi the house?" asked an old friend, a
native. "'lnree o ciock, l repnea,
and we finisn at eleven. An.
commented the native, "I've oftenM
heard that parliament meets during
tne nignt so as not to oe aistumea Dy
the traffic, but It must seem a bit
. i 1 1-1 i W ,1 4-
queer to De wa.ns.mg uuua uj uu v
Common Origin of Language.
All the subtleties of language, sound
ing poetry ad melodic phrase conw
from the stimulus imparted to a tast-
ing tongue muscle by the necessity
in a far-eone age of utilizing our
mouths to full capacity in enjoying
what we were eating and in making
noises-while we did it.
Once upon a time people wanted
state-wide nrohibltion of coffee. Iu
his book, "London in English Litera
ture," Mr. Percy H. Boynton says of
the old coffee houses: "As the num
ber of them Increased, broadsides ap
peared against them. One was entitled.
The Woman's Petition Against Cof
fee and it asserted that coffee drink drinking
ing drinking encouraged idling and talkative talkativeness,
ness, talkativeness, and led men to tnfle away their
time, scald their chops ,and jjpend
their money, all for a little bae, black,
thick, nasty, bitter, nauseous ruddle
water!" Atlanta Constitution.
Knowledge and Age.
At twenty we know, at thirty we
Ink we know, and at forty we give
1. I !"
YOUR STCOIACII AND
i A vigorous stomach, perfect work work-!
! work-! ing liver and regular acting bowels Is
i . )T-V T'lr-.
guaranteed n you use ui. n.ius
New Life Pills. They Insure good di digestion,
gestion, digestion, correct constipation and
have an excellent tonic effect on the
whole system -purify the -blood and
rid you of all body poisons thru the
bowels. Only 25c. at your drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrs-fri-w
THE OCALA EVEX1XG STAR, FRIDAY, OOTOBEU 1014
ost Found, Wanted, For Sale
or Rent and Similar Local Heeds
'OR SALE 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, Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, Fla. 10-5-1 2t
FOR tRENT 'Four large rooms,
fireplace in each, rent reasonable,
good location. Close in. 25 Jef
ferson St. east. One house
Main street. .,
FOR RENT Six room bungalow, all
modern conveniences. Apply tf.o
C. V. 'Roberts.' 10-20-tf
FOR RENT A ten room house, fur
nished; well located, close In; all
modern conveniences. Apply- at
Star office. 10-3-tf
FOR SALE iA five passenger autor
mobile in good condition; cheap
for cash. Apply at the Star of
fice. . 10-1 0-1 2 1 :
FOR. RENT After Oct. 20, the cot cottage
tage cottage belonging to Dr. E. Van Hood
at corner of, Tuscawilla and 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 WANTED 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
LOST 'Head and foot to ta baby crib,
Finder will please return ito T. J.
iBlaJock & brother or pihoue
450. 10-22 -tf
FOR RiENT Lower flat for -rent on
OklawahJa avenue. All imddern
convenience. Apply iMrs. B. )
tBlackburn j 4 28 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. :v 10-23- 12t
'Between Devil and Deep Sea."
The phrase "Between the devil and
tQ8 deep sea" has probably no refer
ence to the ancient fighting between
tne Pict3 and the Britons, though un
nouDtediy. It has long been In use in
Scotland. Its origin would aDDear tt
Pe 1Qst In obscurity, though possibly
11 may nave some reference to tb&
New Testament story of the swine of
"Economics changes man's activl-
ties. As you change' a man's activi
ties you change his way of living,
and as you change his environment
you change his state of mind. Pre
cent: and injunction do not percent!
bly affect men; but food, water, air.
clothing, shelter, pictures, books, on
Ia mill A A
All In the Vision.
Some people think that everything
in the world Is twisted and corrupt.
jcd tnat no Human being can be
trusted. Others who are wfspr fpfel
very differently about it. As Ruskin
uva; "In all thine-s thrnwhrmt wA
WOrld, the men who look for the
crooked will see ,the crooked, and the
man who looks for the straight will
ee the straight
r.hlM I laKI- enMn.
curred a case which is probably
unique of its kind. A child has been
born while Its father, grandfather,
great-granaratner and great-great-
grandfather are all living. Its name Is
Urritlcoechea, and the family are
Basque farm laborers. The great-
grandfather and great-great-grahd-
fathei have acted as godfather to the
child. The united family constitute
nearly a whole villa re.
Left at the Post.
The Professor's Wife (to the Pro Professor,
fessor, Professor, who has just come in from a
walk) "What have you done with
your umbrella and Fido?" The Pro Professor
fessor Professor (trying to remember) "What
-rh'm wait; a '.minute oh, yes. pre
cisely.' You see, my hat blew off, and
I didn't want to have the poor little
beast run with me after it, so I stuck
the umbrella In the ground somewhere
and tied Fido to It I suppose they
are still thexa"
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," an answered
swered answered 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 den't mean to
ma'am," was the innocent reply.
Before the Days of Clocks.
' The 5rst accurate clock was set up
in England at Hampton, court, in 1540.
Up to that time members of the royal
suit,e used hour glasses In their pri private
vate private rooms.
Copyright 1914. Pabit litt uirt? Co
OPEN DAY : AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, C L. depot
corner. 3Ieals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
The attorney for the gas company
was making a popular address;
"Think of the good the gas company
has done!" he cried. "If I were per permitted
mitted permitted a pun, I would say, In the
worda of the Immortal poet, 'Honor
the Ligb.t Brigade.' Voice of a con consumer
sumer consumer from1 the audience: "O, what
a charge they made." Youth's Com Companion.
panion. Companion. ; v
31any recoveries from lung troubl troubles
es troubles are due to Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
It strengthens the lungs,
checks the cough and gives relief at
once. air. W. S. Wilkins Cates. N;
C, writes: "I used' (Dr. Bell's Pine-
TarjHoney in a case given up as
hopeless and it effected a complete
cure." uet a (bottle of iDr. OBelrs
PIne-Tar-)Honey. If your oough is
dry and hacking let it trickle down
the throat, you will surely get relisf.
Only 25c at your druggist. tu-thrs-frl-wkly
A somewhat laggard .and procrasti procrastinating
nating procrastinating student one Sunday evening
went to his instructor for aid In one
of his studies, asking him if he
thought it was wrong to study on Sun
day. He was somewhat surprised to
Tecf,lJe re?.!y' "lf the Master raa
justified in pulling the ass out of the
ditch on the Sabbath, was not the
Justifiable In trying to get himself
Light From the Earth,
The darkest part of the sky is al always
ways always aglow The earth itself giTes
off a lot of light. Scientists of the
Franklin Institute have measured this
earth light and have found that it is
of the order of cne-tenth part of the
Intensity of a star of the first order of
magnitude. It is attributed, at least
partially, to a parmanent aurora bore bore-alls
alls bore-alls which is revealed by the charac characteristic
teristic characteristic green ray cbsprved on ob
sec re. nights in th n'tole heavens.
Their Friend In Need.
Fordr-"Has Suburbs a well-a
pointed house?" Shaw "He must
have. Since hf moved out to Lonely Lonely-hurst
hurst Lonely-hurst his neighbors never think of
going anywhere else when they watft
to borrow anything." Judga
if I V V
f 1 :- w-'r'-'ZrVjrJ""'"
Aways delicious, always refreshing. Full
enjoyment goes with the unusual mellow-
ness and fine, full body of this brev.'
Tlie-Bsier of C'ualiiy'i f0Y
with its purity, health fulness and the
famous tangy 5 flavor of choice hops
makes it aways good to ;the tr.:t2 and
always good for you.""
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' f All Blankets and articles washed
' by hand, we use soft water only,
CLEANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING in
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A good one-horse load
A huge two-horse load
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10 mens in lenglii, umereiit aico, iv
comes from shingle mill. Dry pine.
Fine for both stove and fireplace.
in n n
t mtM mm W mm
1 1 i f
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