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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1914
TODAY'S BATTLE MAY HAVE BEEN THE
GERMAN HIGH TIDE
DESPERATE EFFORTS OF THE KAISER'S SOLDIERS
THE PAST MONTH SEEMS TO BE BREAKING
Paris, Sept. 9, 6 p. m. According
to an official statement late this aft-' 4. n , .
j for the pastiive days of the gigantic
ernoon, the German center, after I ,f T .
i .struggle -has -been the deadly precis-
ion of the French artillery fire
advanced and fell back during the
earlier part of the day, 4s now being
pushed steadily back.
ALLIES CLAIM SUCCESS AT ALL
j Paris, Sept. 9. 'An official state statement
ment statement at 3 p. m. says: The allies
f-ontinue to advance on the left and
n xne center against itne Germans.
The allies have checked the German
.dvance on the left. The German
idvance on the allies right has (been
RENCII HOLD THEIR OWN OK
The invaders are making no at-
(:empt to 'capture the !anpy. positions.
The situation in Alsace and the
vosges is uncnangea.
)ENY THE FALL OF 3IAUBEUGE
The valiant defense of 'Maubeuge
Jby the French is proving of the
greatest value to the allied armies,
iat point commanding the most di-
set railroad route to Cologne. The
Germans need this line for the trans
portation of food and ammunition.
? his contradicts the Berlin dispatch,
iating that iMaubeuge had fallen.
VSUHPASSEH RRAYKRY OF THE
y their bravery German officers
suffering ;heavy losses. Major
i rals Gotha and Xieland have
; killed, the sons of Premier ven
V isacker of Wurtemburg and the
ince minister were killed, and
i:nce Frederick William of Hesse
1 PARIS WAS IN A PANIC
sudden .panic seized Paris today,
Id many wlio had announced their
i ention of remaining in the city,
il frr sn fptv tn th smith sr r for
fondon. The United States ambassador-has
ordered all Americans to
have the city immediately, iboth vis vis-f
f vis-f ors and residents. The road to
ourain is jammed with all kinds of
f hicles and foot travelers. Hun-
ireds are sleeping in the fields along
he roadside where night overtook
TERCE PRECISION OF FRENCH
A strong factor favoring the allies
OPINION OF ;
IN ITALY IS THAT AUSTRIA WILL
SOON LEAVE GERMANY TO
Rome, Sept. 9. It is the general
opinion of military experts here that
the Triple 'Entente will 'be victorious.
Austria is expected to try to make
peace, leaving Germany isolated.
I IS II
OF OUR PRESIDENT'S
T OF BULLETS BELG
Berlin, Sept. 9. The North Ger German
man German Gazette states that the kaiser
has sent a message to President Wil Wilson
son Wilson in which, it is said, he protests
against the use of dum dum bullets
and also against the participation of
the Belgian population in the -war.
III THE V EST
SIBERIA WILL SOON I5E EMPTIED
OF RUSSIAN SOLDIERS
'Harbin, Sept. 9 The mobilization
of 'Russian troops in Siberia has
'been completed and they are being
sent west rapidly. Only military
trains are running.
ACCORDING TO THE DUTCH, THE
GERMANS ARE IN
Rotterdam, Sept. 9. It is report reported
ed reported that the German supply of arms is
running short. The rifles furnished
it-he later recruits are of the old type.
It is also 'reported that there is an
insufficient supply of ammunition.
RATTLING MILLIONS FROM THE STEPPES Will THEIR IVAIf
STEADILY TOWARD BERLIN
ARE ALMOST OUT
MAY HAVE BEEN A. NAVuYL BAT BATTLE
TLE BATTLE FOUGHT OFF MOBILE
'Mobile, Ala., Se pt. 9. It is re reported
ported reported here that a German cruiser
coaling off Pensacola was sunk by
two British cruisers, coming from
the West Indies. 'Heavy firing was
heard off of iFort IMorgan at the en entrance
trance entrance to -Mobile Bay.
ARE IN SYMPATHY
WITH THE ALLIES
Spanish Mob Attacked Germans at
Madrid, Sept. 9. (Eight" Germans
were wounded in a clash with Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards at Ceuta, Morocco. Popular
sentiment tor war is growing.
HIT THE WRONG HEATHEN
Chinese Killed by Explosion of 3Iines
in Kiao Chau
Pekin, Sept. 9. A number of Chi Chinese
nese Chinese were killed by the explosion of
German land mines at Tsing Tao.
The Japanese continue the bombard bombardment.
German Soldiers Weary and Dis
couraged at Results of
Paris, Sept. 9. 'Accounts of
wounded soldiers who reached Paris
late yesterday indicate that the re result
sult result of the three days' fighting in
the Compeigne country, has been
more favorable to the allies than at
first supposed. They say the Ger German
man German losses in killed were enormous,
and that a great number of prisoners
weretaken. One French officer es estimates
timates estimates the prisoners at 30,000.
A sergeant of infantry, wounded
in the engagement near La Ferte Ferte-Gaucher,
Gaucher, Ferte-Gaucher, says:
"I heard cannonading from Friday
evening. Saturday night we received
an order to Tetire, but during the
night advanced again and took a po position
sition position on the hillside.
"At noon the enemy comemnced
to retire in disorder.
"We pursued them twenty miles,
keeing up a steady fire that worked
havoc in the German ranks, while
not a shot was fired on their side.
"We succeeded in cutting off a de detachment
tachment detachment and took seven cannon, two
machine guns and many prisoners.
One sergeant of. infantry admitted
that his men had scarcely any aim aim-munition,
munition, aim-munition, and had been ordered to
economize it to the utmost limit pos pos-sibel.
sibel. pos-sibel. "Another officer 'wounded north of
Meaux said that the Germans seem seemed
ed seemed to be tired out. He counted 600
dead in a single trench. The French
infantry charge at Ohaleroi
against machine guns, and in spite of
strong .position broke the enemy's
line. The retreat of the Germans
was precipitate.- They seemed to
CUT OFF THE
WATER AT CATTARO
Fierce Montenegrins Press Hard on
the Austrian Fortresses
Rome, Sept. 9. Montenegrins
continue their bombardment of Cat Cat-taro.
taro. Cat-taro. The water supply has been cut
OF RUSSIAN TROOPS GOIXI2
WEST VIA THE ARCTIC
London, Sept. 9. The French em embassy
bassy embassy here issued a statement today
denying the report that Rusilan
troops' had ibeen landed 'France.
Peaceful Industry Sacrificed to Stem
Necessity of War
Paris, Sept. 9 A news agency an announced
nounced announced today that the French cruis cruisers
ers cruisers DesCartes and Conde and a Brit British
ish British cruiser sunk two large German
merchantmen in the Atlantic ocean.
TOOK IN A TRAWLER
English Gunboat Discouraged the
(London, 'Sept. 9. The capture of
a mine-laying trawler by a .'British
gunboat is reported here today.
ON DAYTONA REACH
Jaytona Beach, Sept. 9. Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday morning at about 11:30 o'clock,
while trying out his car on the beach
nine miles ibelow the clubhouse, W.
B. Warren, of Bradehtown, driving a
iXational at the rate of 70 miles an
hour, crashed into two other cars
and was thrown on the beach ibadly
mangled, A deep gash was cut in
the head above his, right eye and his
eye was crushed in, several ribs be being
ing being broken and numerous other cuts
and wounds were received. iHe sus sustained
tained sustained serious internal injuries also.
(Rome, Sept. 9. A dispatch from
Petrograd states that the Russians
inflicted a crushing defoat on the
Austrians after four days' bloody
fighting in the vicinity of Rawa. A
large number of Germans fighting
with the Austrians were captured.
This victory clears the way for the
Russian advance on Germany thru
VICTORY ADVANCES RUSSIANS
TO THE VISTULA
Washington, Sept. 9. A. great
battle in progress between Ttussfans
and Austrians at 'Rawa, Galicia, was
reported to the Russian embassy to today.
day. today. The fighting tbegan Sept. 8th,
and a general engagement is still in
progress all along the Austrian
front. In the center the Austrian
army is (beginning to (break.
The Russians are attacking the
strongly fortified position at Grodek,
west of Lemberg. The Russian ad advance
vance advance is progressing favorably on the
west bank of the Vistula.
CZAR WILL LEAD HIS SOLDIERS
Petrograd, Sept. 9. -Despite the
stubborn resistance of the Austrians
the IRussians have invested 'Prezem 'Prezem-ysl
ysl 'Prezem-ysl and -begun (bombardment.
A Russian army of a million and
a half to two (million is pressing
against 'the Germans in East Prus Prussia.
sia. Prussia. The czar is preparing to go to
IT HAS FALLEN AGA
OCCUPATION OF MAUBEUGE BY
GERMANS FIRST REPORTED
TEN DAYS AGO
Berlin, Sept. 9. The fall of Qlau Qlau-beuge
beuge Qlau-beuge is officially announced here. It
is stated that the Germans took 40, 40,-000
000 40,-000 prisoners and 400 guns. Among
the prisoners were four generals and
many other officers of high rank.
Maubeuge 'has 'been Invested for
two (weeks and almost constantly
RE PARING TO
RETURN TO PARIS
SOJOURN OF FRENCH GOVERN GOVERNMENT
MENT GOVERNMENT AT BORDEAUX 3IAY
Bordeaux, Sept. 9. It was an announced
nounced announced by the war minister today
that the sojourn of the 'French gov gov-erinment
erinment gov-erinment here may be short. Prep Preparations
arations Preparations are already under way for
the return 'to Paris, if conditions are.
MOHAMMEDAN GOVERNMENT IS
NOT ABLE TO FEED ITS
Petrograd' Sept. 9. A revolt Is
reported to have "broken out In the
Turkish army at Adrianople. Famine
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner.. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
OTHER TELEGRAPH NEWS ON
i PAGE EIGHT.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday, September 28 th,
1914. 9-4-2 Ot
Swiss Report Germans Falling Back
from the South
Basel, Switzerland, Sept. 9. The
Germans have evacuated upper Al Alsace
sace Alsace and Lorraine. The territory is
now occupied by the French.
NEW 3IILLINERY ON DISPLAY
'Miss 'Mary Affleck is pleased to an announce
nounce announce to her many friends that
Mrs. Allegoodher talented trimmer,
is again with the (business and ready
to serve her patrons, after spending:
several weeks in the markets select selecting
ing selecting the season's novelties. Among"
these now on display In her parlors
may be seen the nifty little black
creations that are proving such a
rage In the cities. Upstairs rear
Helvenston's store. 9-7-3tdly
For tne next thirty days we will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow
ders and medicines for one-half
price. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
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Our Fall and Winter Stock ot .Woolens is
now complete and we invite you to visit our
store and look over our line of new and up-to-the-minute
fabrics We carry one of the great greatest
est greatest assortments of woolens shown outside of
New York and Chicago, and will make to your
, .w ja -. .-
DOLLARS 8 S
DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU.
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that cost you $25 TO $35.
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WORLD'S I-1RGKST TAILOIIS
THE OCALA EVENING STAlt, WE I X US DA Yt SEPT. 9. 1014
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IUTTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
a. R. Carroll, CeerM Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocaia, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
tin year, in advance. ..... $5.00
Jtx months, in adrance.... 2.5"
Vhree months, in, advance.. 1.25
One month, n advance. . .50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moDh, in advance 80
It begins to look like there was
considerable reason for that German
fear of (Russia.
It is reported that in some parts
of 'Austria there is already danger of
famine. This will sadden any Am American
erican American who hates to think of little
children going hungry.
The 'business of the United States
has found that it can get along with without
out without the New York Stock Exchange.
The gambling dens, otherwise known
as stock exchanges, are shut up all
over the world, and the world will
(be better off if they remain shut.
Some people pity American child
ren 'because there will the no German
toys this Christmas. The Star thinks
Santa Claus -will come to America, all
the same, even if he doesn't come via
Germany. If you have any heart heart-aching
aching heart-aching to do in that line, you can
devote it to the German kiddies, tens
of thousands of whom won't have
toys nor fathers, and may not even
have 'bread, ;when Christmas comes.
ponents. sHood at once assumed the
offensive and in a few days battered
his army almost to pieces and was
compelled to abandon Atlanta and
open Georgia to the "'March to the
Sea." At that time, the doom of the
Confederacy was already sealed, but
had Johnston remained in command,
the South would iprobably have been
spared several disastrous defeats and
some thousands of valuable lives. If
the allies, with their greatly super superior
ior superior resources, continue their "Joe
Johnston tactics," doing not only
what Johnston did, but what he would
have done had he had the force to
do with, Germany's finish may be de delayed,
layed, delayed, 'but it will arrive.
The Columbia State thus aptly de describes
scribes describes the agreement entered into
by Great Britain, France and Russia
in London Saturday:
It is war to the hilt, blood to the
last drop, treasure to the final kopec.
On sea ani on land, at home and
abroad, in the far islands, in isolate 1 j
possessions, among all races free and'
subject, it is to be war to the end.
So reads the agreement cf the
Triple Entente, signed at Londcn by
the representatives of England,
France and Russia:
"The undersigned, duly authorized
thereto by their respective govern governments,
ments, governments, hereby declare as follows:
"The British, French and (Russian
governments mutually engage not to
conclude peace separately during the
present war. The three governments
agree that when the terms of peace
come to be discussed, no one of the
allies will demand conditions
peace without the previous agree agreement
ment agreement of each of the other allies.
In faith whereof, the undersigned
have affixed thereto their seals.
Done at (London in triplicate this
5th day of September, 1914."
Germany may well pause at such
Imliotr Tanks for Inland Towns an
What shall we do with the refuse
product of our modern, complex
conditions of living?
The healthfulness of every com community,
munity, community, no matter how small, de
pends -upon the proper solution of ;
. ... t.l r i- r.. i
iniS piciJitrui, iui Liua iciUbV la
noisonous and in its disintegration
to harmless elements it develops con conditions
ditions conditions decidedly dangerous.
The problem is one that must be
solved for each community accord according
ing according to existing natural conditions.
A city built on hills close to a fast
tide water moving stream is ideally
located, for its sewage may be
drained into the stream and be
quickly carried away and out of the
zone of possible infection activity.
The opposite would 'be in an inland
of town where nature had provided but
little variation in general levels and
no large body of non-portable water.
The principal means of transmit transmitting
ting transmitting typhoid fever in the common
house fly, hut this little -pest does
not hear the entire blame, for a pol polluted
luted polluted water supply is dangerous in
a declaration. It means' that where- the extreme. The existence in many
It is reported that the Germans in
South Af rica expect "the 'Boers to join
them in war against the (British. The
Boers have done very well since the
war. They may have lost their inde independence
pendence independence as a nation, but they have
cmore freedom in domestic affairs
than they had under Kruger. All they
would get out of an attack on 'Britain
now would be a little barren revenge,
for which they would pay in a whole wholesale
sale wholesale crushing later.
THE STAR AND THE AVAR
The dispatch from Washington,
announcing that President SWilson
had (bought a ihale of cotton for $50
meant that the president nad joined
the "'buy a tbale" movement. This
move originated in 'Atlanta 'last week.
It Is proposed that every person in
the United States who is able shall
(buy a bale of cotton in order to 'help
the Southern cotton grower. The
example set by IMr. Wilson should be
' A former Boer general says that
Vnow is the time to strike for the
fatherland." The Boers' fatherland
is not in danger unless it is from the
Germans. Their fatherland is Hol Holland,
land, Holland, not Germany. Tampa Times.
Also, they misht remember that
Germany didn't strike for them a few-
years ago. Among the charges of
ingratitude made against (Britain 'by
Germany, as set forth in a German
American paper we have just read, is
that Britain does not appreciate Ger
man's non interference during the
The -war makes trouble for the
Star, as well as for everybody else.
A day or two ago, a friend, a Ger German
man German lady living in the south of the
county, sent us a mild scolding about
our anti-German attitude, and a copy
of Herman Ridder's article, which
we had read several days previously.
This morning, a young man whom
we don't know, stopped us and want wanted
ed wanted us to read a clipping from a Lon London
don London paper. A glance at it informed
us that we had read the same story
in a Canadian paper last week. When
we told the young man this, he prac practically
tically practically called us a liar and went his
way believing us an out and out Ger
ever on tha globe she has a posses possession,
sion, possession, there her enemies, guarded by
the fleets of Britain, .France and
Japan, will search her out. It means
that, however her armies may batter
at the doors of Paris, or even take
the city itself, new armies will pour
into the aid of iFrance to fight her to
the end armies from India, from
Canada, from Australia, from- New
Zealand, from South Africa, from all
the wide-flung colonies of Britain,
from Japan. It means that ;Russian
armies -will continue to come, wave
on wave, upon her eastern (border,
and wave on wave across the sea
parts of the state of subterranean j &
... ... ...
caverns or sinknoies, was Deuevea
until recent years ,to provide a solu solution
tion solution of the matter the sewage could
be run off into these places ami
there be left to be filtered back into
the earth. But it was discovered
that these caverns and sinkholes fre frequently
quently frequently were connected with the
source of supply which made possi possible
ble possible the contamination of the wate-
used by large communities, and of often
ten often these were at considerable dis distance
tance distance from the deposit of the sew sewage.
Florida's last legislature properly
adopted some rather stringent laws
ONE THING THAT EVERY GOOD HOUSEWIFE DE DESERVES
SERVES DESERVES MOST OF ALL IS 'A FI UTS-CLASS NEW RANGE.
THREE TIMES EACH DAY" FOR 305 DAYS, SHE USES IT
-MORE THAN 1,000 TIMES A YEAR.
MR. HUSBAND: BUY YOUR WIFE A NEW RANGE.
WE HAVE MANY ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS AND A SIZE
WHICH WILL EXACTLY ITT THE NEEDS OF YOUR WIFE.
JUST TELL HER TO COME IN AND PICK OUT THE
ONE SHE NEEDS. NOTHING COULD PLEASE HER MORE.
Like the dog of the Dekkan, of regulating and forbidding this meth meth-which
which meth-which Killing wrote, the vast re- od of sewage disposal. This action
sources of the allies have bound complicated the matter for some in-
themselves in a 'blood oath to go
straight forward, cost what it may.
to clean up and sweep clear the
country through which they run.
Against this solemn assertion Ger Germany
many Germany can oppose only her own might
land towns, without making it solu
tion any 3ess important.
The adoption of settling tanks,
particularly of the Imhoff type, has
apparently solved the problem. This
system has been adopted for a city
of arms. To render It futile, she can las large as Atlanta. Boca Grande,
INow, if anybody will read the Star LQok only tQ her fleet and tha't in (Florida, has "proved its operation
closely, they will come to the con
clusion, first, it is mighty sorry there,
is any war; second, that it tries to
give a square deal to iboth sides.
The Star thinks it 'will toe best for
the allies to win, ibut it doesn't think
so (because of any prejudice against
the Germans, who stand just as close
to this paper in friendship as any
people in the world.
admittedly inferior in numbers and entirely satisfactory, even under ad ad-armament,
armament, ad-armament, if not morale, to that of verse conditions. It is in successful
Britain. Against it,, all the diplo- use in many cities in Germany and
matic plotting In the world will not elsewhere.
avail. The winning of Turkey will The sewage of the average corn corn-mean
mean corn-mean the firing of Greece and of munity, which is carried thru drain-
Italy. Probably the agreement itself pipes or sewers tby the medium of
was partially designed as a warning water, is more than ninety per cent,
to Turkey, ibut the compact stands, fluid. The proper handling of this
Only its fleet, with a hopeless battle refuse involves the separation of the
people or nation. It is a result OI Austria.
Also, the -Star doesn't join in put- it stanls In the way of fluids from the solids and their sep sep-ting
ting sep-ting the 'blame for the conflict on any ruthless isolation of Germany and of arate disposal. The solid matter is
allowed to sink by gravitation to the
It is the most dramatic thing of 'bottom, where it settles into "sludge"
the war 'this oath that might have and the gases arising from its de de-marked
marked de-marked a Corsican blood-feud or a composition escape harmless into the
gunmen's meeting, to "get" a great atmosphere. After several months
nation so far regal In its success, ibut it becomes practically innocuous and
the Inevitable course of circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. It is one of the things that
had to be, like our own civil war. It
could have been avoided if people
had ibeen wiser, tout they are not, and
won't be for some time.
Also, if anybody will study the
Star, they will find it gives more
space to the German side of the ques question
tion question than any other paper in this
part of the country. It gives as much
cr more to the Germans as to their
as impotent as successful.
Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1 8 -tf
Ask your doctor as to our pre-
opponents, because it knows public SCripti.0n service trig's the reliable
opinion is generally against the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, and wishes them to have a
is then removed and may be used for
filling in low lands, etc.
The liquid flowing from the Im
hoff tank is very diluted. It seldom
requires treatment to rid of bacteria
other than by dilution with running
water, or, in extreme cases, by pass
ing over "trickling beds" which con
sist of masses of 'broken stone sev
eral ieet in aeptn. rrms insures a
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law thorough exposure to air and sun
prescription pharmacists. 9-Stf
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
BATTLING FOR BELGRADE
The change of name of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg tOPetrograd 'brings out the fact
that the iRussians have never prefix prefixed
ed prefixed iSaint to their capital city, but
have always called it simply Peters
burg. It was named after Peter the
Great, who was not only no saint,
City So Long as One Stone
Stands on Another
London. Sent. 9.- A Renter dis
patch from (Rome says Belgrade is
still nutting un a magnificent de
fense and giving an heroic example
of the endurance of both the soldiers
ibut didn't claim to be one. The Rus- and civilians. iEven the women are
sians never use the -prefix saint to any fighting stubbornly. The Servians
of their towns. 'For Instance, Petro- swear the Austrians will never enter
oavlosk (Peter and iPaul), tho nam- the capital so Ions as one house
ed after the first two saints in the stands and one Servian lives.
calendar, was not given the clumsy
nrefix by the iRussians, wuo seem CUT A PACIFIC CABLE
(more sensmie in tnis Tegara finan
most other European peoples. This Some German Cruiser has Evidently
may be partly due to the Russian dis- Been Busy in the South Seas
iposmon .to oiniL Litie, in wuicu me.v i u.nw iorK, sept. y. iA. communi-
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
Buy the great baseball game at
Intrepid Servians Will Not Yield the The Murray Company and enjoy the
game by playing it yourself. 9-4-3t
If it is from Gerig's it is of good
I OEM HOUSE ilOlllf OP
TK WING to the great demand for rooriis, we
( J. have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place norwill all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
IT mnriig M IT .mug. Manager
Six copies or sneet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf
Flower pots and jardinlers in all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-13-tf
A Particular Kind of
and the process of oxidization ren
ders its contents Inoffensive and
The construction of this kind of
tank involves the treatment of the
solids in a separate chamber into
which they sink from the liquid
mass of sewage. Their subsequent
changing into the harmless "sludge"
by the development and escape of
the gase3, is so arranged that these
gases do not pass through the liquid
effluent above, and the disintergra-
tion of the solids and the liquids are
always separate and do not interfere.
This principle effects the practically
complete separation of the two mass
es, so that the escaping fluid when
passed over the "trickling ibeds," is
almost clear water, in which ordi-
JDo Youa Mcedl
An Electeic Fan ?
I HAVE THEM
In All Sizes
The woman who wants to supply J nary fish may live, and it is harmless
the needs of her home, herself and when run off into the earth. The
are more democratic than any other cation from the Pacific Cable Board family most intelligently. ; State Board of Health considers the
people. The saint in St. Petersburg
is a 'blunder of British geographers,
copied 'by the Americans.
at 'Vancouver to the Commercial tvio vcr -whr rpada neriodfcals Tmh
1 1 Jt ,1 I
aDie company states tnat owing to and studies their advertising pages thorough and safe and urges its ad-
lnterruption of the Fanning Bamfild for help and suggestion. option by 'Florida communities,
The allies in France are evidently
following Joe Johnston's tactics. In
dllay, 1SC4, when Sherman started to
Atlanta, he had a well equipped army
of at least 100,000 veterans. John
ston had a little over 40,000 men,
section of the Pacific cable, all com
munication for 'Australia, New Zea
land, Fiji Islands and Fanning can
not be accepted via Bamfield.
A GOOD OLD CHESTNUT
Said a careless young lady named
hanana, 'IXow what do you see that
you stare so at me?" and the by
standers all shouted, 'Ulosanna."
also veterans, but not as well armed Anna, when she stepped on an empty
as the federals, and otherwise poorly
supplied. It took Sherman over two
months to force Johnston's army back
to the vicinity of Atlanta, during
which time he lost over-25,000 men,
while the Confederate losses
not more than 6000.
DR. D. M. BOXEY
were Eyesight specialist; office and labora-
At this point, tory 2-6 Gary 'building. A specialty
(President Davis replaced Johnston
with IHood, a brave and skillful com
mander, ibut one not fitted to handle
the wasted forces of the Confederacy
against their greatly superior op-
of correcting vision
Six copies of sheet, music for 15c
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
The woman who demands the best where natural conditions do not per-
in quality, in service and in value at mlt the employment of gravitation
The woman who knows what she
wants and accepts no substitutes.
u e ask that this woman give lis a j
chance to serve her. She will find'
ours A "MOST UP-TO-DATE STORE,
stocked with the goods she has
learned to want.
She will find our service courteous
and our desire to serve sincere.
She will find our prices reasonable'
and our goods marked with the
toward large and actively moving
bodies of non-drinkable water.
0. K. Teapot Grocery,
PHONES 16 AD 174
Things of Real Worth.
When a man begins looking at the
clock, when the main thing Is to get
the largest possible output In- the
shortest possible time," Industrial art
takes flight. It returns only when
further developments In culture make
it Impossible for the race to remain
satisfied with machine-made surround
f M. 1
iiigs; wnen me ciock is once more
turned to face the wall, and man once
mere sets himself an ideal of beauty
and worth, rather than of speed.
IHL Wo TUCMEM
W I Mil
The rest room which the Ocala merchants maintain for the use
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for a few honra
with nothing to do Is located on the corner of Fort lUng avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Theus-Zachry fnmitixro
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Ixdge ft conrenlent
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Lodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LFAGUE
Be cheerful, and seek not eternal
help, or the tranquility which others
give. A man must stand erect, and
not be kept erect by others. Marcus
you need hardware,
Ocala Seed Store.
give up a
Gradual elimination naturally has
the least terror for those most in
favor with those doing the ellminat-
j lng. Cleveland Leader.
Mending an Umbrella.
Take a small piece of black stick sticking
ing sticking paste and soak It until It is quite
soft; place It carefully under the hole
Inside and let' It dry. This Is better
than darning, as it closes the hoi 3
neatly and without stitching.
Not an Original Idea.
Four hundred yeara a;jo the Idea ct
numbering houses orlgicated In Parle,
thouch it was not until 17S3 that thi
J txstem became general
Art uVAuA EVENING STAK. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9. 1014
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If Money Saving
Means Anything to You
Read this and Profit
Building closed to the public all day Wednesday
and Thursday, Sept. 9th and 10th, to complete
necessary arrangements. The entire stock must
be disposed of within 10 days.
Sale Opens Friday, Sept, 11th 9 a. m.
TN f Stock of High Grade Merchandise, consisting of wearing apparel for Men, Women
and Children: Clothing. Dry Goods, Shoes, Furnishings, Notions and all up-to-date
Novelties; all new, clean and fresh from the world's largest factories, will be sold for whatever it
call liiJi iLfluB.iiiittyj Ji im. ecu 9
will bring; toeo!mir&ljnLCir 2ptonnilboiB 11, sit S) a. m
A Sensational Note from Jake Klein, Ocala, Florida, to the
People of this City and Vicinity:
After 23 years of successful merchandising and never had a saleTn the entire time, I am
now RETIRING FROM BU-INESS FOREVER.
Owing to the fact that I cannot give my personal attention to my business, I have placed
my entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings, Dry Goods, and Notions, located in
Ocala, in the hands of J. H. Cole Special Sales Co., to be sold by them, regardless of co-t and
real value. The greatest value giving sale ever placed before the public by any concern in the
During my 23 years of business in this city I have maHe many pleasant associations, and
after this stock is sold (which will have to be in 10 days), I will not be asnamed to meet any
man face to face on the streets of Ocala. I personally guarantee every price and statement
made in this advertisement, and in appealing to you to attend this sale, is simply to em. hasize
that to stay away is like throwing dollars away. (Signed) JAKE KLEIN.
No Fake No Subterfufle
But a Re d Bonafide Going Out of Business Sale. This stock of merchandise will be positive positively
ly positively slaughtered for less than the cost of the raw material at the factories. No sale could pos possibly
sibly possibly be more comprehensive; none could offer a greater variety of attractions of sterling worth
in seasonable merchandise. The popular position that this store holds in the confidence and
esteem of the people of this county was never better deserved than now. This sale is an
original, direct appeal to the economical instinct of thinking people, to whom the saving of a a-dollar
dollar a-dollar is equivalent to the earning of one We cannot impress upon you too strongly the im importance
portance importance of taking advantage of this wonderful Price Cutting Salethe sale that stands pre preeminent
eminent preeminent in the matter ot values.
It will pay you to come Fifty miles to attend this sale and
buy DRY GOODS enough to last for a whole year.
Meadl fluese Specials; tluey are omly si lew of tine mainy we luaw to oSScf
100 TjA DIES' PLUSH COATS
We are aware that 'this is not the
proper time to advertise Plush ;Ooats,
however the saving upon these coats
is worth considering. These are $10
values and they are now
120 LADIES HOUSE DRESSES
These Dresses are well made and
in all sizes and colors that compel
attention. They aiever sold for less
than $1.50. 'While they -last,
'Retiring Sale price. ...
20 DOZEX GENUINE SCIUVEN
ELASTIC SEAM UNDERWEAIt
This Underwear everyone knows
sells for 75c. During the
Retiring Sale, price only
FIFTY LADIES' EMBROIDERED
These DTesses are embroidered
with the latest styles of 'hand em embroidery
broidery embroidery and trimmed 'with Valen-
cennes lace. 'Hiaen ana every one as
well -worth $3.50, Retiring
25 DOZEN MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
50 c. values. These shirts are
slightly soiled. They
a little soap and water,
last, Retiring Sale
MEN'S BLUE CHAM-
These shirts are all well made and
full size. They are the regular 50c.
Shirts. President. Blue Bell and
others. While they last, -Re
tiring Sale price. ... .
120 LADIES' SAILOR HATS
Ladies Sailor Hats, Black and
White. Thev are all 50-c. values and
well -worth it. (While they last,
'Retiring Sale price..
300 PAIRS LA1HES WHITE CAN CANVAS
VAS CANVAS SHOES
These are the latest styles with
low heels, pumps with or without
straps, $3 values. 'Retiring
A Gloria Silk Umbrella, well
worth $1. Retiring Sale.
100 ALAJtM CLOCKS
These Clocks are guaranteed tos
keep good time and always sell for
Hundreds of other Specials
too numerous to mention.
iLadles' lHand Embroidered (Hand-,
kerchiefs, White Linon, regular
10c value, Retiring Sale
Ladies' Hose, iblack or tan, 15c
value, Retiring Sale iprice.
'Ladies' Black Satin Belts and White
Wash Belts, also a few Leather,
all 25c values. Retiring Sale
Ladies' Hose Supporters, 25c
value, iRetiring Sale price.
Ladies Lisle Thread Hose, double
heel and toe, regular 25c
value, 'Retiring Sale price
All Silk Hose, while they last;
35c value, only a small
number of them. Price
s t ; on r
We 'have a full assortment of shoes
and low cuts that cannot be beat
and have always sold for $2.00.
While they -last, iRetiring
Sale price. ....... .1. ...
Ladies' Black 'Enamel or IRussian
Calf and Vied Kid, ibest known
brands, $2.50 value,
'Retiring Sale price.
Hundreds of the newest styles
Ladies' Waists, new arrivals,
we intended 'to sell for
50c. Retiring Sale price
iLadies' iHigh Grade Linen Waists,
with -handsome lace or embroid
ery. (Regular 75c values,
Retiring Sale price. ...
'Here! Mothers, don't miss this
pair of all -wool (boys' pants,
values, as long as they
last, sale price .
IBoys' Scotch Wool and (English Wor Worsteds
steds Worsteds and Serges, all our 75c val-
ues, 'Retiring Sale
.Now is the time to buy Table Linen.
X 60-inch .width of linen damask,
handsomely designed, regular GOc
value, (Retiring Sale
All $1 values and designs that ihave
never been shown before.
Sale price ....
LADIES' WHITE GOODS
Corset Covers, either lace or em
broidered, silk ribbon, latest style,
35 c. value, Retiring Sale
(Drawers, nm'brella flounce and latest
designs, 'best of cambric,
50c value, sale price. .
Gowns "with needlework and latest
embroidery, a 75c value,
iRetiring Sale price. .
Here .we :have a beautiful embroider embroidered
ed embroidered petticoat, double flounce, $1.00
s value, to go in the Retir- qa
ting Sale at 3iC
Ladles' Chemise, with embroidery,
full size and width, as long as
they last. They have always sold
for oO cents. (Retiring Sale
Hose, the same 10c values, Re Retiring
tiring Retiring Sale price
iHose, 15c value. 'Retiring Sale
Hose, the same, 20c value,
Retiring Sale price. .
Your choice of anv 75c Overall dur
ing this public sale. Retir Retiring
ing Retiring Sale price
To the First 75 Ladies or Gentlemen Entering the Store
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 1TH, 9 A. M.
Will receive absolutely free a package. This package will con contain
tain contain merchandise to the value of 75c. or more. These pack packages
ages packages -will be given away to the first 75 purchasers of one cent
SPECIAL MINUTE SALE
Will Take Place Each Day at Various Times of this Sale.
Quote Only a Few of Them:
Between 9:30 and 10 o'clock we will sell 10 yards of
10c. Bleaching (only ten yards to a customer) for.
'Between 10 and 10:30 o'clock we will sell 10 yards
ibest Dress and lApron Gingham for .
Between the hours of 11 and 11:30 we -will sell Simp Simpson's
son's Simpson's and American Print Calico, 10 yards for. . ..
Between the hours of 1 and 1:30 we will put on sale
five spools of thread, Coats and others, 5 for.'
Betwen the hours of 2 and 2: 30, Sheeting, 3G Inches
wide, actual 9c. quality, 10 yards for
Between the hours of 3 and 3:30 we .will sell 'Amoskeag
Flannel, our regular 10c value, 10 yards for
JAPANESE ART SQUARES
9x12, flowers or other designs, green
or Ted, with fancy
'borders, sale price.
FREE SATURDAY, SEPT. 12TH FREE
To every Twentieth Customer making a purchase of 50c. or
over, we will give half a dozen, extra size, Turkish Towels Free.
To be friven absolutely free on Saturday, Sept. 10th, with
each 50c. purchase made during the first eight days of the sale.
Friday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, you will receive a
chance on these live prizes.
FIRST SUIT OF CLOTHES, Value $2.".00.
SECOND SUIT CASE, Value $10.00.
THIRD SHOES for Lady or Gentleman. Value, $0.00.
FOURTH HAT, Value, So.OO.
FIFTH SHIRTS OR SHIRTWAISTS, Value, S4.00.
This drawing will he held in front of our store Saturday,
Sept. 19th. Re sure and get coupons and save them until Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Sept. 19th, at 4 p. m.
MEN'S SHOES j
We (handle nothing tbut the best
grade of Shoes, such as Standard
Shoe Company and a number of
other well known brands, and every
pair must and will be sold "below
'Men's Work and Dress Shoes of high
grade quality of calf skin and gun
metal Shoes and Oxfords,
$2 values, sale price.
31 EN'S FURNISHINGS
Men's Handkerchiefs, hemstitched
linen white; full size, all
10c value. IRetiring prince
Men's IHose, double heel and 'toe,
black and tan and other colors; al
ways have sold 2 for 25c.
Retiring Sale Price
'Men's AVash Ties, fouT-in-hand and
string, latest designs: values as
high as '25c. Retiring Sale
Price .' ... ...
IMon's 23 Strand Suspenders; full
. length and leather straps, 25c val-
ue. During .Retiring J5ale
Men's Work Shirts, blue chambray,
full size and 'best quality. 3oc.
value. During iRetiring
Sale for V
Mon's Dress Shirts, all latest pat patterns,
terns, patterns, not one out of style; regu
lar 50c value. Retiring
Men's Pure Silk iHose, same as you
have alwavs nald 35c for. In all
colors. During Retiring
Tbe, regular 25c value double heel
and toe in assorted co!ors. Dur
ing .Retiring Sale they
will sell for
Good Face Towels. Retir Retiring
ing Retiring Sale Price. ......
Large iBleached iFace lowels, such as
have always sold for 15c.
Retiring Sale Price
Turkish Towels, bleached and un
reached, regular 15c. val value.
ue. value. Retiring Sale Price..
Here we shout the loudest all our
f .Timor TVvti'Alo full o(fA An1 -mr.A
or blue borders. During
REDSPREADS AND RLANKETS
Full Bleached Marseilles patterns,
extra large, hemmed, ready for
use, value. Retiring
SHEETING IJV THE YARD
iiu-4 unDieaccea sneeting, our Tegu
lar 40c quality. Retiring
Sale price. '. .
10-4 'bleached sheeting, our regular
4 5c "quality. Retiring Sale
SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
Pillow cases, full size and good qual quality,
ity, quality, same as has always been sold
for 20c everywhere. iRetiring
. Sale price JC
Extra size pillow cases, 3624 5. regu
lar 25c value. Retiring
In this particular lot we have a well
made sheet, 72x00, regular Coc
value, which will 'be sold o7
in the Retiring Sale for. 3 C
One 'big lot of Men's nice Dress (Hats,
new colors and shades; values up
to $1. Retiring Sale
5( DOZEN MEN'S KHAKI PANTS Price
The best value and choicest of ma-j Our regular ?1.50 .Hats. Re Re-tPrinl
tPrinl Re-tPrinl and well made, in both dark i tiring Sale Price
n h iitrit tan i r. vaIiip wr 1'All our S3 and $3.50
Retiring Sale price iuO ues. Retiring sale price
val- t i r r
OUR GUARANTEE Any article bought at this sale proving unsatisfactory, or not as advertised or represented will be gladly exchanged or your money refunded.
This entire stock will be dosed out by the J. H. Cole Special Sales ComDanv. of New York and Jacksonville, in ten
days time, beginning on
FrMay, Sept. Closleg Tuesday Sepfi. 2
Mark the Dale and
Men's Pants. Wellington National,
perfect fit; als mercerized in as
sorted stripes and colors, $1.30
vaues. During the" 'Re 'Retiring
tiring 'Retiring Sale Price
Men's -Fancy iBlue and Silk Tweeds,
Hatest cuts; peg top and all are
well made ,?2 and $2.23 values.
During the Retiring
values. Retiring "Sale
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9. 1014
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for this department call phone IOC)
C EDA 1 5 KEYS UOYS ARE
SOME liALIi SWATTERS
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Thought for the Day
It is when .we are heartsick and
riisco-uraged that God whispers the
comfort and cheer we need and saves
n-6 from turning against the world
and all mankind. Lot us not despise
the day of small things such trials
zVA make us greater oy ana uy.
Capt Roebuck of Tampa is enter
taining a large house party at Ftfrt
tDeSoto this week. 'Among the raeiA;
hers of the party are Misses Edna
and Ruth 'Nelson of Tampa. Mrs. Dr.
Harvey is assistant chaperone and
the young people are thoroughly en enjoying
joying enjoying the many sports and leis leisures
ures leisures to be liad at that charming re resort.
iMr.; E. c. tSmith and daughter Miss
LdlHan Smith, are expected home to today
day today from a visit to 'Mr. Smith's
daughter and son-in-law, 'Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Gates at 'Miami.
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(Mr. 'Robert Nelson and ibrother,
IMr. Edwin Nelson of Tampa, sons of
Mr. (E. K. Js'e'lson, a former resident
of this city, will leave soon for their
different schools. '.Mr. iRobert Nelson
will attend Vanderbilt University,
laking a full medical course, and Mr.
Kdvrin ;Nelson will go to Washington
and Lee for the winter.
rMr. W. D. Taylor returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a delightful visit
to Now York City and, well we -won't
tell all the dicky bird said; anyway,
Wr. Taylor had a most enjoyable
.time and was away several weeks
f daughters wfre in the city from Lake
i trr, i Aj
w eir y
Ir. and airs. W. K. ZewadskCar
anticipating a visit next iweek from
their niece, airsk Jessie iBarco Patter Patterson
son Patterson and little ilaughter, who have
j 'spent the summVr at Clearwater an-U
t are en route to their home at Mimi,
viere they will &)en6JLhfrWimeT.
"iMIsses Martha .'Kate Hentz, Blair
Woodrow, 'Marion and Dorothy (Long
and 'Sarah Gross, Messrs. Wiley Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, lEarl 'Hall and Cameron Gams Gams-5y
5y Gams-5y were guests of 'Messrs. Clarence
and Olaf Zewadski at a motion pic picture
ture picture jarty last evening at the Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, after 'which they repaired to the
2iome of the 'hosts, who assisted flby
their mother, !Mrs. W. Iv. Zewadski,
served their guests to most refresh refreshing
ing refreshing ices and cake, and all spent a
mast delightful evening.
,.IMr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine rettirn rettirn-ed
ed rettirn-ed to their 'home at Orange Lake latje
yesterday afternoon acsompaniedty
QIxs. C. C.faits and Mrs. JK. S.
"Whitney, who were g-uests-of friends
- for the day.
Miss (Helen iHardee is in the city
.far ia short visit to her parents, (Mr.
and (Mrs. C. H. Hardee. She .will re return
turn return to Jacksonville Thursday.
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Hlx. Claude Kreger has returned
Srom ia few days' visit to his wife and
little daughter Virginia, who -are
summering at Franklin, 'N. C.
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'Mrs. James Badger of Oldtown is
the guest for a few days of Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Howard.
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fore her marriage was 'Miss Gene Genevieve
vieve Genevieve Smith of this city.
Cant, and 'Mrs. V. !H. Henry and
esterdax, Capt. 'Henry coming
especially to be n attendance on the
regular monthly meeting of the Con
Mrs. George Close is entertaining
Miss Katherine Parker of Tampa, a
most charming and popular young
(Mrs. J. Nelson Jones and daughter
'Miss Louise, who have -been visiting
Mrs. J. G. Ferguson for the past
month, left Tuesday night for their
home in Tennille G-a. Miss Jones
will resume her studies in Wesleyan
College, at Macon, -where she will
graduate in music this term.
Mrs. G. E. Yancey is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Mark and fam family
ily family in Jacksonville this week. 'Mrs.
Yancey ;went to Jacksonville espe especially
cially especially to ;have -her eyes treated by a
'.Mr. and -Mrs. Eugene Rivers left
today, for a brief visit to Worthing-
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yes:erday Miss 'Elleh Agnes Harris of
the Woman's Gfolle at Tallahassee,
and state agent! lor tie girls' canning
clubs of FlonukfT "&liss -Harris is
making a tour of the-state in her of
pficial capacity and left last night forfkins followed suit. Dewey hit one
(Tampa and 'Miami.
Miss lEloise Robinson of Orlando,
who has spent the past two weeks in
'Virginia, is the guest of Miss Susie
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'Mr. and 'Mrs. B. IF. Condon, Mr.
Ed Tucker and Mr. Whit iPalmer
have returned from a week-end spent
at Daytona Beach.
Mrs. !A. 'R. 'Hartsfield and guest.
Miss 'Marie Allen of Clearwater,
went to Ccala yesterday for a few
days' visit with friends. Gainesville
- These ladies returned to their re respective
spective respective homes today after a visit to
Dr. and Mrs. L. iF. Blalock at theilr
home on Ofclawaha avenue.
Took First in Series of Games; from
the Home Team
The ball game Tuesday afternoon
went to the Cedar Keys nine, who
showed themselves a spry bunch, and
backed their pitcher Jolly up with j
The result was due principally to
Jolly's pitching. He threw all around
Ocala. The only thing like a hit was
made by Dewey, with a scratch hit to
left field. All the other Ocala boys
pounded the atmosphere. The Cedar
Keys boys did fair stick work, mak making
ing making eight hits:
The game went to Cedar Keys by
5 to 2. Following are the line-ups:
B. Charpia, 1st to.
Hodges 2nd b.
Holdbrook, 3d b.
Thompson, 1st b.
Davis, 2nd b.
Dewey, 3rd b.
iFollowing is the game by innings:
Cedar Keys: Williams went to
first on an error ibut was caught
stealing. -Hodges struck out. and
Holbrook went out on a grounder to
Ocala: Thompson went out on a
-bunt, Chazal bunted out and Batts
tapped a slow one to third who muff muffed
ed muffed it. Zewadski struck out but went
to second when the catcher missed
the ball, Batts going to third. Batts
scored on another error by the cat catcher.
cher. catcher. (Harris struck out.
Cedar Keys: Wilson went to first
on an error, Charpia hit into a dou dou-ble
ble dou-ble play and B. Charpia popped one
Ocala: Davis struck out and Din-
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' j BRAND
This is the season when we need
Vegetables most; they are the
most cooling food we can eat.
But when there are no fresh veg veg-tables
tables veg-tables on the market it is a
problem, but let us solve it for
THE BOX SUPPJEK
The fhome of IMr. E. T. Spencer was
the scene of a merry crowd last
evening when a goodly num'ber of
our citizens met to participate in the
pleasures of a "box supper' the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of which will go toward the
completion of the new Union church
in that part of the city.
The evening was tperfect and the
aibly be completed by Octo'ber llth,
home were aglow with .light, as the
guests assembled to enjoy the music
and the gay repartee, after Which
joying a visit from their daughter,
Qlrs. Otto Mente of Jacksonville.
Dr. and (Mrs. J. 'M. Thompson are
entertaining their daughter-in-law,
Sirs. Tom Thompson of Jacksonville.
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3Ir. and IMrs. Claude Gates' who,
since their marriage ihave 'been mak making
ing making their -home at 'Marathon, are now
residents of Miami, having moved to
that city last week. 'Mrs. Gates he-
rMr. and Mrs. 'R. iE. Yonge are n-, lynches .were bought toy .the men
present, who In turn found their
partners by the numbers indicated
Quite a neat little sutm was real realized
ized realized and the ladies in charge are
grateful for the patronage and co
operation extended on this occasion.
The 'North Ocala church will 'prob
ably foe complete? iby September 9,
at which time the good people of the
community hope to worship there.
These people are to "be congratu
lated on their efforts in the estab
lishment of this edifice, which is a
credit to them and which will prove
a great blessing to all those iwho
. North Ocala with her new church
edifice, her new brick school and
other new and substantial buildings,
is rapidly coming to the front, and
is destined in the near future to be a
"suburb beautiful," "a city set upon
a hill, which cannot be hid."
' Here's success to the new church
and all the enterprises of Xorth
ONDAY, SEPT. 14,
Stiiiitlard Railroad of the South
.Schedule announced later.
Ulckets limited to September 16.
3Tor information call on Ticket
J. G. MirMand,
Division Passenger Agent,
It was decided at the meeting of
the Greenwood Cemetery Associa
tion today to give the grounds a
thorough cleaning and put them in
order for the winter. All lot owners
not members of the association, are
requested and expected to contribute
Large lots, 75 cents; half and quar quarter
ter quarter lots, 50 cents. If parties are not
willing or able to pay, they are re
quested to attend to their lots be
tore Sept. 24th, and put them in
order. Leave contributions with
Mrs. J. CE. Chace or Mrs. C. R. Ty-
s. Mrs. R. A. (Burford,
Chmn. Cemetery Assn.
to third who fielded slow and Bur Burford
ford Burford lifted a fly to second.
Cedar Jveys: Jolly singled to right
and Marshnan sent a hot one to
short ; 'Marshard struck out and Jolly
scored on the catcher's error. Will Williams
iams Williams struck out, Hodges walked and
Holbrook ended the inning with a
grounder to third.
Ocala: Thompson went out on a
grounder to second, Chazal reached
first on an error, stole second and
was caught going to third. Batts
Cedar Keys: .Wilson and Charpia
flew out, .B- Charpia reached first on
an error, Jolly singled to right 'and
Marshnan flew out to second.
Ocala: Zewadski grounded out to
short, Harris flew out to center and
Davis struck: out.
Cedar Keys: ;Marshard 'bunted out.
Williams flew out to second and
Hodges ipoped out to the pitcher.
Ocala: Dinkins grounded out, (Dew
ey reached first on an error, store
second and third; Burford and
Thompson, struck out-
Cedar 'Keys: Went out three up
and three down.
Ocala: CIrazal was hit by a pitch
ed ball and was caught stealing sec
ond; Batts struck out, Zewadski
reached first on an error, stole sec
ond and went to third on an error.
Harris walked and was caught going
to third on .Davis' grounder, Zewad
Cedar Keys: B. Charpia singled,
Jolly flew out, 'Marshnan doubled to
right, scoring B. Charpia and Mersh-
ard singled, scoring Marshnan. Will
iams flew out and 'Hodges went out
on a grounder.
Ocala: Went out three up and
Cedar Keys: Holbrook singled and
stole second, Wilson struck out,
Charpia singled, scoring 'Holbrook
(B. Charpia struck out. Jolly singled,
scoring Charpia. 'Marshnan ground
Ocala: With one down, Chazal
walked, 'but was caught napping
Batts grounded out.
Cedar Keys: Willia;ms walked and
was out on a fielder's choice. Hoi
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that you will be more than satisfied.
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Ibroak. reached first oil an error and
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Ocala: Three oip and tbree down.
Two More Games Today and Tomor-
The Cedar Keys team proving to
be a. gnod .bunch of players r has been
induced to stay and play two more
games,, this afternoon and tomorrow.
Chazal will pitch for Ocala today,
and th 'Star hopes there rwUI be big
crowd a out on 'both days.
SILVER 3IEIXtL CONTEST
The W. C. T. U. will hold a double
silver medal contest in the iMeth iMeth-odist
odist iMeth-odist church Thursday night, begin
ning at 8 o'clock, -when the following
program will 'be carried out:
Singing, "All Hail the Power of
Piano solo. Selected.
"l Temperance Call" It. C. Cur
The Flag of the Free" 3Iamie
Recitation 'Nellie Old.
"Wanted" Jessie Todd.
L. T. !L. in Dollikinville" Ger
Recitation Clara Curry.
Song, "Brighter Days are Com
ing" -By this class of contestants.
Contest iXo. 2 i rill be in song as
"Sparkling Watr" Madge Ped Ped-rick.
rick. Ped-rick. "The Prodigal Girl" Lottie Cur Curry.
ry. Curry. "Father, Dear Father Come Home
with Me Now" Maryela Bray.
"The Cry of a Broken Heart"
Maud Lillian LittM.
"Temperance Star Spangled Ban Banner"
ner" Banner" lA'lethea iAshley.
Song by male quartet.
There twill be special music on
this occasion with extras.
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August 22d to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Bays.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further particulars apply to
1BL Go WEMZEL,
Florida Passenger Agent,
122 West Bay Street,
The registration book for district
No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday an I Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday in October.
1314. In all othr districts two days in
each week from tae 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday In
October. This registration does not
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st, 1914.
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marlon county, thousrn
they may have voted in the primary,
cannot vote In the November electior
unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday in October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
Supervisor Registration Marlon C-
Speaking of Dancing?
Anything that'3 rorth doing- at all
is worth overdoing. Keble Howard.
The Management ol DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Mahf Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more folly equipped and will be nut
strictly ethical lines.
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All members of
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llenefit Concert at the Temple Friday
Evening for the Baud
The Metropolitan Band will give
one of its excellent concerts Friday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Temple
theater. There will be a good pro program
gram program of pictures preceding the con concert.
cert. concert. The band requires a consid considerable
erable considerable sum of money to supply it itself
self itself with instruments, music, room
rent, lights and incidentals and the
concert will ibe given to procure
funds for 'this purpose. The band
boys are preparing a good program
and those who attend may be assur
ed of a delightful and profitable eve evening
ning evening spent in a worthy cause.
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Times-Union, 9th: Should Sena Senator
tor Senator N. P. iBryan receive the appoint appointment
ment appointment to the federal appelate court
bench, as it is believed that he' -will,
close friends of his declare he will
not resign his senatorial seat until
after the November election. They
say the senator realizes this is no
time to throw the state into an extra
political campaign, even if there was
no danger of the result of the pri primary
mary primary (being questioned 'by the courts
or iby an unfavorable minority in the
Senate itself later on.
LOST HER SUIT
Times-Union, 9th: Final judg judgment
ment judgment on demurrer was rendered yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Judge Rhydon M. Call in
the case of 'Mrs.. Catherine Waggo Waggo-man
man Waggo-man vs. the E. O. Painter Fertilizer
Co. in the United States district
court, suit being instituted Oct. 9,
1913, for damages claimed at $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 for alleged negligence. .The
cause was heard on demurrer of "the
defendant to the declaration of thfe
plaintiff and the demurrer was sus sustained
tained sustained on August 14. Plaintiff hav having
ing having failed and declined to iplead fur further
ther further within the time limit by law,-' it
was ordered yesterday that the
plainiff take nothing by tnis suit and
that the defendant recover of and
from the plaintiff no costs by reason
of the order in forma pauperis.
Six copies of sheet music for 13c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
U -rpVh t, I I ji-gT wJStbd for f!
K 9ttd9oq .ill g 1 rbet on lit preterrerrr attt
(Jacksonville '.Metropolis, 8th)
The meeting of the farriers and
truck growers, representa:ives of
transportation companies aad other
organizations interested in the wel welfare
fare welfare of the shippers and tho finding
of better and more profitable markets
for the Florida producers, especially
those ship vegetables in less than
carload quantities, convened this
morning at 10 o'clock at the auditor auditorium
ium auditorium of the Jacksonville Board of
The time this morning, the meeting
adjourning for lunch at nocn to re reconvene
convene reconvene at 2 o'clock, was occupied
principally with organizing and get getting
ting getting under way. J. D. Rooney, sec secretary'
retary' secretary' of the Marion County Board
of Trade, Ocala, with whom the idea
originated, was elected chairman and
H. 'S. Kealhofer, traffic manager of
the Jacksonville Board of Trade, was
Chairman Rooney appointed a
committee of seven, consisting of C.
J. Krantlin, of Baker county, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Dr. R. T. Weaver, of iMarlon
county; L. B. Hockaday, of the
Southern Express Company; H. A.
Martin, of Sumter county; B. S. Ham-
ner, of Hillsborough county; II. S.
Kealhofer, traffic manager of the
Jacksonville Board of Trade, and J.
D. Rooney, of Ocala.
This committee went into special
session immediately after he ad adjournment
journment adjournment for lunch and waj closet closeted
ed closeted until nearly 2 o'clock formulat
ing preamble resolutions for presen
tation at the afternoon session.
Chairman Rooney based his re remarks
marks remarks this morning on the following
extract from the report of the na national
tional national secretary-of agriculture:
"We have unmistakably reached
the period -where we must think and
plan. We are suffering the' penalty
of too great ease of Jiving and of
making a living. It is not -singular
that we should find ourselves In our
present plight. Recklessness and
waste have been incidental to our
breathless conquest of a nation, and
we have had our minds too exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively directed to the establishment of
industrial supremacy in the keen
race for competition with foreign na
tions. We "have been tbent on building
up great industrial centers by every
natural and artificial device that we
have had Httle thought for the very
foundations of our industrial exist
"In dealing iwith the 'problem of
production, the department ihas di directed
rected directed its attention mainly to tb
problem of the individual farmer,
and the broader economic problems
of rural life have received relative
little attention. It is now bt?coming
clear that we must definitely and ag
gressively approach these newer and
relatively speaking, urgent problems.
We have been suddenly brought face
to face with the fact that la many
directions further production waits
on better distribution, and that the
field of distribution presents prob problems
lems problems which raise In very grave ways
the simple issue of justice. That
under existing conditions in many in
stances the farmer does not get wha
he should for his product; that the
consumer is required to pay an unfair
price; and that, unnecessary burdens
are imposed under the existing sys
tems of distribution, there can be no
Just 'What part of the burden is
due to lack of systematic plannin
or Inefficient and economic waste, or
to, unfair manipulation, one canno
say. As difficult as are the problems
of production, they are relatively
simple as compared with those of dis
tribution, and there is danger not so
much that nothing will be done, bu
mat pressure will be brough to bear
on the department to take action ev
ery where before it is prepared to act
intelligently anj"where. The depart
ment nas given assistance here and
there in. the past; It is prepared to
give further assistance and informa
tion now, and it has shaped its pro
jects and instituted more systemati
investigations, which should have re
suits of great practical value to in
dividuals and communities.
"This extension of activity ha
ucc" uuuer xne act or Jongr?ss ap
proved March 4, 1913, .which confers
the board authority indicated:
" 'To enable the secretary cf agri
culture to acquire and diffuse among
the people of the United States usefu
information on subjects connected
with the marketing and distribution
of farm products."
'Mr. Rooney here added that the ap appropriation
propriation appropriation wanted was $144,000.
(Continued on Page Eight)
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A CHIU ST I IX
On September 12, "The World's
.Most Travelled Man," will be sixty sixty-three
three sixty-three years old. Doubtless no other
man in the world has traveled so
many miles and done so large a work
for the world as has lie v. Francis E.
Clark, D. D. LL. D., founder of the
Christian ;Endeavor Society and pres
ident of the World's Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor Union.
Thirty nth ree ears ago Dr. Clark
was pastor of the Willisonton, Con Congregational
gregational Congregational church of Portland, Me.
He was then a young man just fresh
from college and seminary. There
had "been a successful revival meet
ing and the wise young pastor realiz
ed -that the young people coming into
church-membership must 'be trainei
for service, they must have some
thing to do, and they must be r.hown
how to do it. He called his young
people together, and on February
2, 1881, the first Christian Endeavor
Society -was formed, the first pledge
was signed, and the following Sun
day, the first meeting held.
"From this small (beginning in Port
land the society has spread and
crown, until today there are imore
V J j ar
than 80,000 Christian :Endeavor so
cieties in the .world, with more than
4,000,000 members. There are so societies
cieties societies in every country in the world,
and every week meetings are held
in more than eighty languages; the
literature of the society has been
printed in as many tongues. Some Something
thing Something like 1,500 daily and weekly
monthly periodicals carry Christian
hEndeavor news; more than 200 per
iodicals are devoted entirely to the
work of Christian 'Endeavor. There
are 750 different kinds of books,
leaflets, cards, etc., published for use
in the work of the society and as aids
in it. Millions of pages of special
printed matter are issued every year.
Twenty-.nine years ago Dr. Clark
gave up the pastorate of the Phillips
Congregational church, Boston, and
thru all these -years he has given
himself to this work, without one
penny of salary ifrom the C. E. move move-iment,
iment, move-iment, earning his own living 'by the
use of his pen. He has also thus
paid his traveling expenses as he
has traveled in foreign countries for
Christian Endeavor. 'He has gone
nve time around tne -wona, and as
many times to Europe and Creat
Britain. There is no country in
which he has not traveled and spok spoken
en spoken for Christian (Endeavor, address addressing
ing addressing '2,000,000 people.
The Florida secretary knows Dr.
Clark as a personal friend, whose
letters always enthuse and
good cheer into her office. (A greet greeting
ing greeting voiced for the imany, of two races
Florida lEndeavorers, swill be sent to
Boston for September 12. The state
treasurer, George Cavanaugh, plans
also to rememiber the day by sending
50 nearfy a11 already paid in on our
$300 toward the headquarters fund.
.uuiiums ,.., u
token of the world-love for Dr.
Clark, the Juniors (furnishing his
office as their share.
Grace tA. Townsend.
September S, 1914.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lncus County. ss.
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CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS j P
One of these Interesting and Enter
taining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring
It is well to mention at this time
a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,
which bids fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well as
the sourrounding counties, namely,
the musical contest.
The contest will be confined to the
piano this year.
Music has uplifted many a weary
soul; it has broadened many minds;
under its influence mankind has
been spurred on to overcome seem seemingly
ingly seemingly impossible tasks. It has been
recognized that beyond all doubt a
taste and love for 'high class music
takes an active part in the mould moulding
ing moulding of men and women of real worth.
Who hath no music m his soul shr
Realizing these facts, Dr. George
, twi, ik
wa,iua . ,v-
this city is a memoer. nas maugurai-
ed this musical contest at each of
tne chautauquas under his manage-
Each city will conduct its own in-
dividual contest, jucges win De se-
lected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one
from among the celebrated music
ians who will appear on the pro
To the winner of the contest at
each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre
sent a handsome gold medal.
Ahsolutely no 'partiality will be
shown in the competition for the
medal. The successful contestant
will win it simply and solely on his
or her merit. It therefore, behooves
each prospective contestant to put in
an active winter's study, especially
the iece to bo piayed ln the
4Jonaiuons oi enxrance into xne
contest will he as follows:
,Any white boy or girl of eighteen
3 WA uuuv, '"""'"O " v
. Contestants must nave at no time
taught piano or been employed as a
Piece must he memorized.
Piece must be by recognized, com
poser of high grade music.
No "ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min
utes for its 'rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
Contestants win he marked,
among other things, on the follow
.. Position, memory, expression, and
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua com
mittee, and he in turn will refer the
the name to the chalrman of the
piano contest committee.
In addition to tho above contest,
mation, in 'which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the win-
Details of the declamation con-
test will be given later.
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The centenary of the association of
the poet George Craobe with the old
parish church at Trowbridge, England,
of which he was reotor for nearly 20
years, is to be celebrated In the town.
Crabbe, who was described by Byron
as "Nature's sternest painter, yet the
best exchanged a living in Leices Leicestershire
tershire Leicestershire fcr that at; Trowbridge after
the death of his wife in 1813. and here
he wrote several of his works. Includ Including
ing Including "Tales of the Hall," for which,
and for earlier copyrights, Murray
paid him $15,000. Of these poems
Wordsworth wrote in 1832: "They will
last full as long as anything expressed
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lons or more,
at per gallon .
Good Old 70 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal
lons or more,
at per gallon.
In Glass Jugs, Packet! In two One
Make my place your headquarters while in the city. You will be
welcome and be treated right at all times and on every transac transaction
tion transaction at Johnnys Place.
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it In bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
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satisfied, and we are proud of the fact-. But if there Is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know It NOW, so we can do our part In
straightening it out before the rush days come.
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past or that may occur in the future. Ours, is a REAL MONEY
SAVING EVENT because we do not employ a sale promoter at a 6
to 10 per cent commission to carry it on. We save this commission
and r give our patrons the benefit of the saving. Neither do we claim
thattiwe are reducing the stock and closing it out, and all the while
car ting inferior goods into the place to take advantage of the eager
buyers attracted to us by the low prices at which goods are being
offered. . .
E i w k m
8:30 to 9 A. M. 1 1 to 1 1:30 A. M.
Dress Ginghams that sell regularly from 36 inch Nainsook, the kind that you've
10 to 12cperyd.,- -6 yds; for 39c. been paying 12j cents for
r i ? j u 5 Yds. tor Zo cents.
Only 6 yds, to a customer. Qnly 5 Yards to a customer.
9:30 to 10 A.M. "7TTI
, 2 to 2:30 P. M.
Lot of 4-String Brooms that usually r i
ell for 40 and 50c--- 17c each. Lot .f 'on Remf?ef Ji?amS'
, size 72.x 90 o9c each.
Only one to a customer. Only 2 to a customer.
10:30 to 11 A. M. 2:30 to 3 P.M.
Eight pounds of Sugar for 50c. Eight cent Fancy Outing, all shades
No Strings to this offer. 10 Yards for 49 cents.
Only Eight Pounds to a customer. Only 10 yards to a customer.
SPECIALS FOR ALL DAY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12.
Ten Yards of Embroidery that sells regularly
the world over for from 12 to ci r.
20c per yard, 6 to 10 inches wide. J)C
. Only Ten yards to a customer oMJr
Ten Yards of good Mattress Ticking, the
quality that sells upward of 12 1 ja
cents per yard, Saturday and i f
Monday only ----- ------ - - y J?
Only Ten yards to a customer
Six Pairs of 35 and 50 cent slightly second
grade Black Cat Hosiery for men and
women lisle thread, all shades, for
Fifteen Yards of Sea Island 36 inches wide,
regular 9 and 10c values, on Saturday,
and Monday for only
Only Fifteen yards to a customer
Ten Yards of the famous A. C. A. Feather
Ticking, 20c values, Saturday and ft-fl f
Monday Jfr 31 I
Only Ten yards to a customer
Royal Blue and Peperell Sheeting, no seams,
size 81 x 90 inches; 90c and il
grades, Saturday and Monday only JI &
Only Four to a customer
MEN'S E. & W. SHIRTS FOR 69 CENTS EACH.
It is impossible for us to mention all the big bargains that await you
here, but we want to impress upon you that we are "Ocala's Un Underselling
derselling Underselling Store" and live up to the name in every respect.
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I'OIt HIS COUXTI1Y
Sets Forth Ilussian Reasons for
Joining in the Great Struggle
Special Dispatch by the International
PetrosraJ, Sept. 0. Much has
been said and written since 'August
31, of the causes of -the reat Euro Euro-pean
pean Euro-pean war and the attitudes, aims
and ambitions of Germany, (England
and 'France in the tsruggle, but little
has been heard of Russia's side of
Sasha Kropotkin, one of the best
informed .Russians and a man who
knows whereof he speaks, has writ written
ten written -the following article on the war
from the 'Russian's viewpoint
'To say that the present war is a
war against militarism is to be guilty
of a platitude. For days past every
leader-writer in the country has
been saying so. Yet the attitude on
this subject of a great nuniber of
people is extremely curious. They
seem to !be oppressed by the thought
that they imay have, to cry, when the
war is over, Le iroi est mort, viva le
roi. (After Germany Russia.
"(England cannot crush German
militarism alone. A11 of us who
have followed the lead of Germany
for forty years must strike together.
Belgium has struck her blow. France
and Russia will strike harder; per perhaps
haps perhaps the heaviest blow will come
of a Russian invasion of India should
be resuscitated. But that poor bogey
is fast losing its sawdust.
"The greatest Russian politicians
and military authorities, notably
General Kourapatkin, have" repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly affirmed that the conquest of In India
dia India would ibo the beginning of the end
of the Russian empire. Owing to the
almost insurmountable difficulties
and the extravagant expenditure
which the campaign would entail,
such an undertaking is altogether
outside the range of possibilities.
The world has changed since the day
when General Skobeleff declared
that 'the road to Constantinople lies
"Certainly Russia will not allow
Constantinople to be taken toy any anyonethat
onethat anyonethat is why she did not allow
(Bulgaria to advance ."beyond Tchatal Tchatal-Ja.
Ja. Tchatal-Ja. But Constantinople will lose Its
importance In the eyes of Russia as
soon as the question of the opening
of the Dardanelles is settled favor favorably.
ably. favorably. AVhen that has been arranged
Russia's ambition no longer concerns
"Mr. Shaw talks glibly of the ne necessity
cessity necessity of conserving Germany's
eastern frontier. Why? Against
whom and what? It is not Ger Germany's
many's Germany's eastern frontier that has
mattered one jot in the European
balance of civilization; it is that
Russia lies beyond that frontier and
served as the bulwark not only of
Germany but of Europe, against the
Tartars who overran her, and put
back her civilization by a couple- of
from Russia. And there is-the rub. centuries, bat an interesting point
For what if Russia having helped to
crush, Germany, develops a psychol-
analogous to that of Germany
after 1870, and -after tasting power.
decides to become the greatest of
all fosters the spririt of militarism
which we are now arrayed against?
Let us picture JRussia victorious.
Then, so argues iMr. Bernard Shaw,
(and in the given case he represents
not only himself, but quite a number
nevertheless, to wonder whether
Germany would have maintained as
much culture as Russia ha3 done had
she 'been forced to b'ear the brunt of
such an invasion.
"Russian bureaucracy, as all bu bureaucracies,
reaucracies, bureaucracies, has welcomed (militar (militarism,
ism, (militarism, and has counted on it confident confidently
ly confidently as a suport. With a weaker Ger Germany
many Germany there will no longer be either
excuse or necessity of encouraging
of other people), the .Russian gov-1 and the bureaucracy will lose
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii inn i in
ernment will triumph. Ger
many will tbe crushed the
balance of power will Incline In fa
vor of 'Russia. ... After that the situa
tion 'becomes too horrible to contem-
. "Mr. Shaw might 'be reminded
that there Is another Russia the
Russia of Tolstoy, Bordine and
Gorki. tBut for the time that is for forgotten;
gotten; forgotten; or people refuse to realize
the extreme important fact that if
Russia is instrumental in defeating
Germany, it will ibe largely owing to
the intelligence of that other Russia.
"Jtusslans have sunk their differ differences;
ences; differences; they are showing a united
front. A month ago there were bar barricades
ricades barricades in St. Petersburg; the day
the War was declared the barricades
disappeared, and the men who had
held them were the first to join the
army. ri;ney were wining to lay
aside their personal grievances in
the desire to strike a "blow at Ger Germany;
many; Germany; and it Is military Germany at
which they are aiming the iblow. For
those men and women owe an enor
mous debt to -the culture of Ger-
imany. Tney Know more aDout it.
too, than the .men and .women of
many other countries, having studied
it ihore closely, eager to assimilate
what was best in it. At Ihe same
time they realize perfectly that the
first culture to droop and wither in
the stiffling atmosphere of German
militarism is German culture. From
supplying the world with the ibest
music and literature and philosophy,
Germany has become an authority
on uniforms and decorative dinner dinner-ware.
ware. dinner-ware. The Germans may have
fashioned a great empire, but they
have 'become a small people.
"Xow, at last they may become a
great people. If Europe succeeds in
bursting the oonds of militarism, the
first to benefit 'by the change will be
Germany. How much remains to be
seen; 4but it is interesting to rem em
ber SBeoels words: 'Behind every
war of the future lurks a revolution.
i3lany, on the other hand, expect &
revolution In 'Russia-. It is too early
to foresee what exactly the war will
bring, and I do not say that Russia i
will necessarily have a revolution
when the war ends.; ;but what I do
affirm is that Russia, just as in every
other country in (Europe, there will
be- a rapid evolution of the present
forms of government.
"Since the declaration of the war
in (Russia there has been the most
extraordinary spontaneous truce be between
tween between all parties. In the Duma, Mons
CPourishkevtich, most rabid of reac reactionaries,
tionaries, reactionaries, has openly repented, and
recanted his antiseroetic views, an announcing
nouncing announcing his belief that all should
have equal rights as Russian cit citizens.
izens. citizens. What is more important Is
that the conservative paper, the
'Xovoe Vreyma,' has proclaimed the
beginning or a new era, being, of
course, the development and the
strengthening of a constitutional re
"As one of the meager proofs of
Russia s nefarious ultimate inten
tion, it wa3 inevitable that the 'bogey
ground proportionately. The demo
cracy, having played an important
part In the campaign, will not only
be more actively conscious of its
rights; 1t will find them easier to ob obtain.
tain. obtain. This applies not only to Rus Russia
sia Russia proper, ibut to -Finland, Poland
and Caucasus, which so far, are
standing by Russia. A government
financially weakened, as in inevitable
after any war, 'becomes more depend
ent on Its people and more tract tractable.
able. tractable. "It Is obvious thattif progressive
Russia has joined forces with re reactionary
actionary reactionary Russia for the moment it
Is "because she feels therself strong
enough to postpone 'her own de demands.
mands. demands. And inthat case she is hard hardly
ly hardly -likely to allow herself to be yoked
with a home-grown militarism after
she has laid aside" her own grievanc grievances
es grievances while helping to strike a 'blow at
a militarism which, though Irksome
to other nations, has weighed most
heavily on its own people."
PUETTV CORNER LOT CHEAP
The pretty corner (two lots) im
mediately west of the new North.
Ocala church for sale. Very chean
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-8-tf
PIANO TUNING, $3.00
During September and October we
will tune your piano for $3, cash
when work Is finished. A "So. 1 tuner.
Work guaranteed. Phone 207. A.
Odds Not Bad,
Would you not take a "haase
of five to one? Especially where
you got FULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance of
five to one to win a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? Well, tliat is Just what I am
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
And a big Bargain at the Price
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
Each' without interest.
There is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
une of you fivo do. When the
five are sold the purchasers will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME QUICK, for they
will not last a week.
PHONE 401, OR. 37.
THE OCAJLA EVE2JIXG STAR, TVEDNESDAYSETT. 0. 1014
0C ALA OCCURRENCES
Board of Trade meets tonight.
2tfoose meet tomorrow evening.
T. U. of A. meets tomorrow night.
S. of C. V. meet 'Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Ion't forget the band benefit Fri Friday
day Friday evening.
Attend the Board of Trade meet meeting
ing meeting this evening.
Gerig's, the store with a clean
fountain and good carbonated jbev jbev-erages.
erages. jbev-erages. 9-1-tf
Mr. K3. V. CMiller of Tampa is a
business visitor to the city today.
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and im implements.
plements. implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf
Mr. Wm. iDehon of -Fellowship rwas
a prominent representative of that
section spending the day with friends
in the city yesterday.
Tlexall 'Sice is recommended for
excessive perspiration. 25 cents, at
The many Ocala friends of iMr.
John Juhan of Crystal River will be
very sorry to learn that he is severe severely
ly severely ill of hemorrhagic fever. IJis
family physician -went down from
Ocala !Monday night, and remained
with him two days. .Returning to today,
day, today, he reported Mr. Juhan resting
easily and having at least an even
chance. Jlis mother, Mrs. Juhan,
(who left a few days ago for a vaca vacation
tion vacation in the north, has returned to
help nurse her son.
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THS WHARF RATS
(In Two Parts)
JL iX IL
ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
I A. ELLIS, Manager.
ALL THE LATEST MAGAZINES
Next to :Frank's
No. C N. Magnolia Street.
i h lust Natural
To Admire Babies
Our altrustic nature impels love for the
cooing infant. And at the same time
the subject ol
mnmsraM ai 1
k&Z5i -T t kJtiui ms. o.o Know
llSfTjJtV JH what to do tnat wil1
rv5! VitZ add to the Dhysical
comfort of expectant
motherhood is a sub subject
ject subject that has inter interested
ested interested most women of
all tirnea 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 known so many grand grandmothers,
mothers, grandmothers, who in their 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 as it aims to afford
relief from the strain and ; pain so often
unnecessarily severe during the period of
A little book mailed by Bradfield Regu Regulator
lator Regulator Co., 305 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.,
refers to many things that women like to
read about. It refers not only to the
relief from muscle strain due to their
expansion but also to nausea, morning
sickness, caking ol breasta suad, many
other distresses. -
PROPER .MAN FOR THE PLACE
(Continued from page 5)
He also called attention to the fact
that the national department has ar arranged
ranged arranged its marketing investigations
under five important subdivisions
marketing- surveys; transportation
and storage (problems; city marketing
and distribution; study of market
grades and standards, and coopera cooperative
tive cooperative production.
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily .by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the gov government.
ernment. government. 'Max. Min. R. F.
Sept. 1. . . 90 69
Sept. 2 .90 69
Sept. 3. ... 89 70
Sept. 4 79 70
Sept. 5. 89 70
Sept. 6 ... .90 69
Sept. 7. 87 70
Sept. 8. ... 87 68
Forecast for this Evening and
Generally fair tonight and Thursday.
WALL STREET FEELS THE WAR
SILVER MEDAL CONTEST
There will be two silver medal con contest
test contest held dn the (Methodist chruch
Thursday night, Sept. 10th, begin beginning
ning beginning at 8 d'clock. "One speaking
contest by a class of girls and one
singing contest by a class of older
girls. The 'program will appear in
the Star 'tomorrow.
Mr. J. M. McCorkle left today for
a (lengthy stay at Tate Springs,
Tenn., where he goes to Tecuperate
after a long illness. His many friends
hope that he will return fully restor restored
ed restored to health.
The many friends of Mr. C. P.
iHowell will be pleased to learn that
lie has so far recovered from his re recent
cent recent illness as to be able to take a
short drive each day.
Mr, Phil Robinson returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a week-end at
Daytona Beach, where he went espe especially
cially especially to attend the labor day ex exercises
ercises exercises at that popular resort.
.New York, Sept. 9. The Euro European
pean European war (has fplayed havoc in Wall
Street. That "crooked thoroughfare,
with a river at one end and a ceme cemetery
tery cemetery at the other," is only a wraith
of its former self. AVhile'it would
be an exaggeration to say that the
grass is growing in Wall Street,
there has been a great difference in
the place since the stock exchange
closed a month ago.
People still pass frequently along
Broad and Wall streets, a few men
stand idly in the open space at Broad
street and Exchange Place, and the
cabbies will drowse on the stand be before
fore before the stock exchange, but all is
not as it once was.
There is a lack of excitement, of
bustle and business about Wall
street that never was known there
in the days of prosperity before the
war came. .Not even in the days of
1907 was there such stagnation
Nobody seems to foe in a hurry.
There is no shouting and gesticula gesticulation
tion gesticulation from windows, giving quota quotations
tions quotations and orders to waiting brokers
ia the street. One receives the im impression
pression impression that the sidewalk pedestri pedestrians
ans pedestrians are walking to kill time.
But now and then a man or wo woman
man woman passes, by whose faces one can
tell they are people without jobs.
The Sources of Disease are
Cleaned and Blood
Just, remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
We Will never knowingly foe un undersold.
dersold. undersold. Our prices are always low lowest
est lowest consistent with (highest possible
quality. Gerig's drugstores. 9-8-tf.
Those who have used S. S. S. marvel
at the way it checks blood diseases. See
a man today with his skin all broken out;
Bee him aain in a week cr two after usln
S. S. S. and he is a wonder to behold, all
cleared up, skin healthy, eye3 bright, a big
smile replaces the drcop. What is S. S. S.
that can accomplish such wonderful re results?
sults? results? First of all it is a natural medi medicine.
cine. medicine. I.Ike milk, ess and other foods that
can not be Imitated, S. S. S. owes it to
Nature fcr Its power to overcome dlseasa
just as food rrevents emaciation. S. f. S.
is not a combination, of prescription drugs.
It Is a preparation direct Iron medicinal
plants that retains all the virile rotency
of what we need, what we must have la
the blood to counteract these destructive
tendencies that assail us throughout lif?.
If it were not for our natural secretions to
sustain us, aided" by such kown helps as
S. S. S. there would be small chance of
any of us surviving childhood.
Get a bottle cf F. S. S. today from any
druggist but be careful to avoid the sub substitutes
stitutes substitutes ralmed off on the unwary. S. S. S.
i3 prepared only by The Swift Specific Co.,
r.3 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., and for pri private
vate private medical advice write briefly your
:,rnptoms to their medical departmeat
i-ni take excellent care of you.
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the
co-partnership of Paul J. Theus and
Robert GL. ISingleton as co-partners
lately doing 'business under the firm
name and style of Theus-Zachry Co.,
is hereby mutual consent dissolved.
Paul J. Theus.
9-S-30d .Robert CU Singleton.
Teacher of Botany in Girls School
"Now for a little review. What can
you tell me, Miss Smith, of the long longevity
evity longevity of bacteria?" Miss Smith "I
I don't remember exactly, but I think
they are longer than they are wide."
Lucky Accident for Him.
After proposing three times and
being rejected on account of his ugli ugliness,
ness, ugliness, a man in London was injured
in an accident so severely that when
he recovered his face had been com completely
pletely completely reconstructed, decidedly for
the better. He proposed again and
Real Weak Point.
Men, for the most part, have more
?ood ideals than they are capable of
ising. The weak point in people is
lot in their knowledge of good and
svil nor in their desires to be good,
jut in their wills too weak to realize
he longings of the spiritual nature.
Fruit in the Diet.
Though fresh fruits are not nutri nutritious
tious nutritious in most cases, yet they are valu valuable
able valuable additions to the menu. Besides
supplying the minerals and water
which purify the blood, they add vari variety
ety variety to our fare and make our meals
appetizing, thus adding considerably
in digestion. The banana is an excep exception
tion exception in the matter of nutrition, fur furnishing
nishing furnishing as it doee considerable food
No Chances Tor Him.
A dealer selling cloth in a small
town asked an Irishman who was
passing if he would buy a suit length,
and added: "You can have it for ten
bob." To which Pat replied: "Begob,
sir, if tuppence would buy the makings
o" a' topcoat for an elephant I couldn't
buy the-mckings of, a pair of leggings
for a canary this minute."
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SA!LE For a quick deal I will
sell my ten acre tract in section 19
near Fort 'McCoy, for $225. j. S.
Herman, 3318 E. 48th street,
Cleveland, Ohio. S-29-7t
!FO)R SATJE Sawed cedar posts, all
neart, any quantity. George "W.
Hyde, Crystal Stiver, Fla. 9-9-tf
FOR SAUE Scond "nana gas stove
cheap for cash; can be iput in good
Shape for small amount Address
Box 317, Ocala, Fla. 2-9-6t
FOR ADB OR EXCHANGE For
cattle and hogs, 20 mules and
eight horses. J. R. Williams, Cit Cit-ra,
ra, Cit-ra, Fla. S-31-8t
FOR SALE Guavas, six baskets to
a crate, 1 a crate. R. L. Lytle,
Weirsdale, Fla. 9-l-6t
1 - ...
ROOMERS WANTED 'Mrs. C. L.
Moore, corner S. 'Magnolia and S.
4 th streets, has several large, airy
rooms, which she will rent on easy
LOST A pair of eyeglasses In skel skeleton
eton skeleton gold frames. Were lost in
the uptown A. C. L. yard. $1 re reward.
ward. reward. Leave at the Star office. 3t
LOST A gold filagree pin, some somewhere
where somewhere between F. T. Schreiber's
residence on Ft. Iving avenue and
E. T. Helvenston's store. Finder
will receive reward if same is re
turned to Qliss Dorothy Schreib-
FOR RENT Desirable family house
at No. 20 Herbert St.; electric
lights, gas, hot and cold water in
large bath room; $25 rent per
month. Apply on premises. Mrs.
Wm. E. Sinclair. 9-3-4t
Because of the war in 'Europe, which!
has "paralyzed the markets of the
world, hundreds of men and women J
in Wall street, 'bookkeepers, clerks
and stenographers are out of employ-j
ment, watching their Email savings;
dwindle away, facing, some of them,j
the prospect of going hungry ere
The brokers declare that they are
no better off than the employes theyj
have discharged. "How could we
help ourselves?" demanded one
broker. "We -did not wish to turn
off the men and women we had trust trusted,
ed, trusted, in some cases, for years. iBut
what recourse have we. "My firm is
a small one, yet with the help re-i
duced to a 'minimum s.nd my part partners
ners partners and I doing most of the book-j
keeping, the office expenses are $100;
a day. With no. new business of any!
sort, that means our net loss is $100
a day or $3,000 a month. Besides
that I have the interest to .pay on my
eat on the stock exchange. I
bought mine when business was
good and paid $74,000 for it. All!
this counts up. I am living on my.
savings. iNone of the brokers in the'
Street are. any better off than I am;
and many of them are in much worse
Different firms, have pursued dif different
ferent different policies in dealing with the
unique situation by shutting off ofj
speculative trade. Some firms, which
have felt sufficiently prosperous,
have retained all their help. But In
the majority of cases there has been
at least a partial reduction of the
staffs. The newer employes were
given a week's or ten week's salary
and dismissed with the promise that
they would be given first chance at
their old positions when business re resumed.
sumed. resumed. Again some firms expect their em employes
ployes employes to report at the offices every
morning as if business were going
on, while a few of the Arms are pay paying
ing paying their employes full salary but
telling them to stay away from the
offices and get the benefit of a real
The same state of affairs prevails
now more or less in the shipping
trade. With little or no steamship
traffic and. importation at a stand standstill,
still, standstill, there is nothing shipping em employes
ployes employes can do, any more than stock stockbrokers'
brokers' stockbrokers' clerks.
Almost everybody down town
claims to l)e losing ononey. One
must stop in .New street to observe
isolated cases of prosperity,' all the
more striking for rarity. These are
the "put and call" men and-they are
theaonly ones of the financial district
who know prosperity. The dealers
on .the stock exchange, the consoli consolidated
dated consolidated exchange and the curb market
are forbidden to trade, .which leaves
a free market for the irregulars on
And the sudden prosperity that
has come 0 them is proof that even
in times of direst financial distress,
there is a considerable minority of
dyed in the wool speculators who
will take any risks purely for the
love of the game.
But as has been said (before the
pinch of hard times bears most heav heavily
ily heavily on the small fry ratlier than on
the firms employing them or on the
independent broker. It is the indi individual
vidual individual stenographer or clerk who
has lost the job, that means good
shelter perhaps, for more than one,
who is 'bearing the brunt of the ac actual
tual actual suffering.
A few stray job hunters are seen
in the region of the street, but not
many. Any man or woman with
strength of mind realizes that it is
futile to try to find work in Wall
street in such times. Only those
hopeless ones who have tried and
failed, drift back again, tramping the
streets, waiting wearily at doors,
hunting lobbies of big office build buildings,
ings, buildings, searching for some old ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance who may have for them
the long sought word of cheer.
Their plight is becoming well nigh
a hopeless one. A month has passed
and the end is further off than the
beginning. The suffering of the Wall
street employes is none the less real
because they are not the kind to join
the bread lines or organize demon
strations before the city hall.
who owns the dwelling the business properly that stands
of coarse you think that you do; but are you right?
the question is worth considering, it involves the origin and
the development of individual ownership In land.
in the beginnig of civilization no man owned any definite part
of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.
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Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
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taking the examinations at Howard
Academy this week: C. B. 'Alex 'Alexander,
ander, 'Alexander, Ocala; Cherry E. Brown, Wil Wil-liston;
liston; Wil-liston; Polly D. Brooks, Ocala; L. A.
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gomery, Montgomery, Villistfc; Josefhine Par Parker,
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3!ary E. Turner, Etta M. "Ward,
Ocala; Mayme R. Ward, Martin; -Nellie
J. Williams, Mary F. Williams,
Ocala; II. H. Williams, Sparr.
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