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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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GERMANS TOWARD THE FRONTIER

Ml COMPELLED TO WITHDRAW III FROM FRANCE TO

GUARD BERLIN AGAINST THE COSSACKS

aris, Sept. 10. It is officially an-

oufhjed today that all of northern

ranee -has been, evacuated by the
ermans .with the exception of small

jarties of Uhlans, who are endeavor endeavor-S
S endeavor-S to guard avenues of communiea-
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I Traffic !has partly tbeen resumed in

le north, and the general situation
much improved.
IGHTING CONTINUES FIERCELY

'Paris, Sept. 10. -The Galieni an-

unces that the Germans continue

I retreat. (There Is heavy fighting

day along the center, near Soissons.

OMMUNICATIONS OF INV ADING

HOST HAVE BEEN CUT

Paris, Sept. 10. (3 p. -an.) Tihe
jrman retreat continues. In Alsace

nd Lorraine, the Germans have

en driven back 30 miles to-ward
e 'Rhine. .. .''-S
The allies' advance is now in the
th day of proceeding, desperate
rhting marking every anile-'
The German line of communica-
to the east lias 'been cut.
Although the siege of Paris now

t

ems remote, one third of the popu-

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Uon of the city tfias left. All of the

eat stores are closed, and most of

e large hotels are being used as
spitals.
lENCH HAVE STARTED A BACK
FIRE
Bordeaux, Sept. 10. -Successful in
eir 'advance on Alsace, the (French

ive driven the Germans back to-

ird the Rhine and occupied hills as
r north as iBollweiler and Thann.

The allies are now assuming the
gressive.

CARRY

01 THE WAR

BRITAIN WILL FIGHT TILL SHE
OR HER ENEMIES ARE
BEATEN
.Washington, Sept. 10. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Thomas (Nelson Page, of the
United States, cabling from London
to the state department, states that
any efforts to bring peace between
the 'warring European powers would
now toe fruitless.
Ambassador Page states: "Great
Britain will fight until she is decis decisively
ively decisively beaten or Germany and Austria
are no longer able to fight." ....
CALLING MORE MEN TO THE
COLORS
(London, Sept. 10. Premier As As-quith
quith As-quith today asked parliament to in increase
crease increase the size of the regular army
iby the authorization of an addition
of 300,000 men.
The premier declared that all of
Britain's Teso-Jxces i-wll. be used t3
carry the .war with Germany and
Austria to a successful termination.

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XTY THOUSAND GERMANS TO
STEM FLOOD OF ALLIED
SUCCESS
Ostend, Ge.pt. 10. Germany rein rein-rcements
rcements rein-rcements of 60,000 men are 'being
shed to support the right wing,
lich has been pushed 'back 25 miles

f the allies.

The Germans continued their, re re-;at
;at re-;at today, fighting desperately.

OF CRAC01

AUSTRIAN'S ABANDONED THEIR
STRONGEST OUTPOST. THE
. KAISER'S MEN RUSH TO
MEET THE COSSACKS
Petrograd, Sept. 10. Austria has
evacuated Cracow, -the strongest post
in Galicia. This clears the way for
the march of JRussian troops on,Ber on,Ber-lin,
lin, on,Ber-lin, the 'kaiser's capital.
A report published today states
that Germany has 'Withdrawn 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 men from (France and is rushing
them to Eastern Prussia to meet the
Russians.

The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, Will

reopen 'Monday, September 28th,
1914. 9-4-20t

EUROPEAN

FINANCIERS Ai AMERICAN

STATESMEN WORKING TO THAT

SIRED END

Berlin, (Via Copenhagen), Sept.
10. (Financiers who control the
money markets of the world are at attempting
tempting attempting to bring a speedy end to the
European war. They are bringing
pressure to bear at all the capita'ls of
Europe. Semi-official reports are
current that Germany is willing to
listen to proposals of mediation, pro provided
vided provided her opponents agree.
AMERICAN STATESMEN WILL AID
New York, Sept. 10. "While I
cannot state that peace is certain,
important news from Washington
may be locked for shortly," declared
a prominent former member of the
American diplomatic corps, whose
name for obvious reasons is un re revealed.
vealed. revealed. Jacob Schiff, the financier of in international
ternational international importance, is now in
Washington.

BRESLAO Oil THE

ROAD

TO BERLIN

CZAR'S VANGUARD IS NEARING
THE CAPITAL CITY OF
, SILESIA
Rome, Sept. 10.- 'Dispatches from
Vienna state that the advance guard,
forming the center of the Russian
army marching on Berlin, has invad invaded
ed invaded Silesia and the capture of Bres Bres-lau
lau Bres-lau is imminent.

SULTAN'S SOLDIERS SICK

Bubonic Plague is Thinning Out the
Mohammedan Battalions
Constantinople, Sept. 10. The bu bubonic
bonic bubonic plague is ravaging Turkish sol soldiers
diers soldiers at Smyrna and other stations.

PUSHED BACK ANOTHER POINT

Legions of Kaiser Have Abandoned
Luneville

Paris, Sept. 10. Germans
evacuated Luneville.

have

KAISER'S SHIPS MAY
RAID FINNISH COAST

Copenhagen, Sept. 10. It is -reported
that 31 German warships
were seen in the Gulf of Bothnia,
steaming eastward.

MONTENEGRINS HAVE
TAKEN A BOSNIAN CITY

Nish, Sept. 10. The Servian war
office officially announced .today the
capture of Focha in Bosnia 'by Mon Montenegrins.
tenegrins. Montenegrins.

We will never knowingly be un undersold.
dersold. undersold. Our prices are always low-,
est consistent with highest possible
quality. Gerig's drugstores. 9-S-tf.

STATE OF SIEGE

HAS BEEN PROCLAIMED IN MANY,
TOWNS OF PEACEFUL
HOLLAND
The Hague, Sept. 10. The Ger German
man German operations in Northern Belgium
are causing increasing anxiety in
'Holland. The queen has proclaimed
all frontier towns and villages in a
state of siege as a precautionary
measure.
OFFICIALLY' PROCLAIMED IX
SEVERAL FRENCH CITIES
Paris, Sept. 10. It is announced
that a state of siege has 'been pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed in .Nantes, .ncenls, Laroche,
Suryon, Fontenay and 'Vannes.

PREMIUM LIST FOR THE
ALACHUA COUNTY FAIR

Gainesville, Sept. 10. The big ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural and live stock fair to be
held in Gainesville, .Xbv. 17 to 20, is
open- for exhibits for people In any
section of Jhe state. The premium
list which gives the amount paid in
cash on all articles is now ready to
send out. Send a -card today for one
or more copies. H. .H. Wadsworth;
Business 'Manager.

SUM3IBRFIELI)

Suimimerfield, Sept. 10. S. D.
Stewart and family were shoppers
'here last Saturday.
Airs. Groff, mother of our genial
S. A. L. agent, was here last -week
visiting with her son and family.
C. tM. .Blair and daughter were
here last Saturday visiting friends
and doing their week end shopping.
Mr3. Frank Isabell and children
were visitors here last Saturday.
'M. M. Proctor of Pedro was1 a
spectator at the Dallas-Pedro game
here last Saturday.
'Frank "Wilson of 'North Lake
Weir, did his week end shopping
here Saturday.
G. Kim visited our office last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and discussed many subjects
tending to the 'betterment of our
all our farmers. Mr. Kim is one of
the progressives and favors a farm farm-era'
era' farm-era' union.
R. E. Downs, .who came here some
four years ago, but who has been
residing in Ocala, returned bere last
Saturday to remain with us perman permanently.
ently. permanently. Mr. Downs will :build on his
land which is -located one-half mile
south of here and extends to Sum Summer's
mer's Summer's Pond. We welcome Mr. Downs
and wish him success.

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf

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DUAL EMPIRE'S SITUATION IS BECOMING
DESPERATE

SOLDIERS STEADILY BEATEN IN THE FIELD'AIIO PEOPLE AT

HOI Oil VERGE OF STARVATIOII

Petrograd, Sept. 10. It is believ believed
ed believed in diplomatic circles here that
Austria will sue for .peace within a
fortnight, as the only means or avoid avoiding
ing avoiding the complete breaking up of the
empire. Internal troubles are mul multiplying
tiplying multiplying and the onward sweep of the
'Russians is irresistible. Austria is
said to .be disgruntled over Ger Germany's
many's Germany's failure to send more troops
into Galicia.
AAVFUL SLAUGHTER IN TH E
AUSTRIAN ARMIES
'Rome, Sept. 10. lA message from
Vienna says that ATohduke Frederick
lost 120,000 men in the recent Gal Gal-ician
ician Gal-ician campaign, which as one-fourth
of his entire command.
VIENNA IS OVERFLOWED WITH
WOUNIJED
Rome, Sept. 10. A report says
that Vienna's hospitals, schools, con

vents, churches and other public
buildings are overcrowded with
wounded from the front, and officials
are sending them to other cities.
DUAL (MONARCHY IS DISTRACTED
London, Sept. 10. The corres correspondent
pondent correspondent of the -Daily Mail in 'Milan,
who has been in Vienna lately,
draws a gloomy picture of that em empire.
pire. empire. (He says:
"Panic rules in Austria. The
great, unwieldy and (bankrupt em empire,
pire, empire, dragged reluctantly at the heels
of Germany, is in a state of desper desperate
ate desperate muddle and fear. Her armies
half-hearted at first and now openly
mutinous are (beaten 'back at every
point by the 'Russians.
"The policy of mixing in each com company
pany company men of the different races which
compose the empire has had the re result
sult result that there i3 now no esprit de
corps in the army. The men were
driven into trains at the point of the
Sa'onet, and scores .were shot by
their officers to terrorize their fellow
tioldiers Into obedience.
"While the Russian avalanche
drives on, Bosnia is in open revolt
and Trieste paralyzed by fear of an
attack from sea. Austria is 'bank 'bankrupt,
rupt, 'bankrupt, trade at a standstill and thous thousands
ands thousands of 'business men are ruined by a
war -which they hate.
: "While the harvest remains un unfathered
fathered unfathered Vienna is menaced by a
famine, and prices are steadily ris rising.
ing. rising. In resentment the popular an anger
ger anger has turned against the foreigner,
and Serbs bave been torn to pices in
the streets. Two Russian newspaper
correspondents were shot iby the po

lice, and five foreign journalists are
in prison.
"In utter fear the government has
begun to fortify Vienna and arrange arrangements
ments arrangements bave been made toxfiood large
tracts of low lying land around the
city. 'Riots bave occurred in many
towns and to the terrors of the Cos Cossack,
sack, Cossack, and the Serb .will ibe added
those of revolution and famine."

RAISING REVENGE

WAYS' AND MEANS COMMITTEE
WILL TAX BEER AND WINE
Washington, Sept. 10. (An agree agreement
ment agreement was reached by the w ays and
means committee today to tax beer
an additional 50 cents per barrel
wine 20 cents additional per gallon
and freight a 3 raise as emergency
revenue. The (bill, if acceptable to
the president, .will be introduced in
the 'House immediately.

FRANCE WILL SEND
MORE MEN TO THE FRONT

Bordeaux, Sept. 10. The minister
of -war today ordered the arrest
throughout France of all men liable
to military duty not already in ser service.
vice. service. He expects to get 200,000 ad additional
ditional additional troops.

CANDLER

Candler, Sept. 9. 3Ir. E. N. De De-Long
Long De-Long spent several days of the past
week in 'Eustis on a business mis mission.
sion. mission. Mr3. T. J. Xelson and daughter,
Edna, are the guests of 'Mrs. J. T.
Hall.
LMrs. Jas. X. vMarsball and son, Al Albert,
bert, Albert, have returned home, after a
visit of several days to :Mr. Harry
Marshall and family in Dade City.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Glen .Roth returned
to Gainesville last week, after visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. Roth's grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Kline.
Mrs. Belle Holtzciaw entertained
her Sunday school class with a lawn
party Tuesday afternoon. After var various
ious various outdoor games were indulged
In, refreshments, consisting of sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, orangeade, ice cream, cake
and fruit were served, and the heart3
of the little guest3 were made glad
by a most pleasant afternoon.

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THE OCALA EVENING ST A it, THURSDAY, SETT. 10. 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTING EK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaveugood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla.f postoffice as second class matter.

PIIOXK

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
Jne year, in advance. .... .$5.00
ux months, in ad ranee. ... 2.5'"1
hree months, in advance. 1.25
one month, .n advance.... .50
The. allies
crad wind.
seem to have their sec-
lAnother trouble about the 'Florida
dollar, is that you can't flip it. Xo Xo-hody
hody Xo-hody knows which is the head.
'A dispatch today says that the
financiers of 'Europe are using their
foest efforts to end the war. Success
to them.
, 'According to the dispatches this
toiorning' things look 'blue for Ger Ger-many
many Ger-many and Austria. However, the
kaiser has several good cards to play
jet. ..-
Say, don't you wish you could
wake up some fine morning and find
wo didn't own those pesky Philip Philippines?
pines? Philippines? Jacksonville Metropolis.
We surely do.
The Star calls particular attention
'to the description of the visit of Sirs.
William (Randolph Hearst to the
Panama-Pacific buildings in San
Francisco. This estimable lady is a
leader in many good causes.
'T. 21. couldn't break the solid
Bouth .but it looks as if this war is
going to. Columbia State.
Not -break it, but as an esteemed
friend of the Star says, bend it
mighty ibadly.
Gilbert 'Leach, well Icnown in
0ala, is doing some fine work on the
Tampa Tribune editorial page, of
hidh (he-is in charge during the ab absence
sence absence of the chief 'l editorial writer,
: Bd liamibright, iwho is taking a de de-served
served de-served vacation.
: 'A communication elsewhere tells
of fche institution of a municipal
swimming pool at 'Asheville, N. C.
"JISbl& Is something the Star 'has ad ad-vtcated
vtcated ad-vtcated for Ocala, and if one is not
built as soon as the waterworks are in
(proper shape, the council will be no
. friend to the 'boys of this city.
"T&efStar Thas received a copy of
th cHDade City Banner, the first under
bits new editor, W. Of. 'Hetherington.
-Mr. 'lletherington 4s -a son of 'M. F.
therington of the Lakeland Tele Tele-rgram,
rgram, Tele-rgram, md seems to 'be a chip off the
void ttitock. The Banner is well filled
-wtL local news, well made up and
clearly (printed. The tar hopes the
peaplc of Dade City will give it
Jiiesarty support.
The friends of Gen. E. M. Law of
Uartow suggest that, in case Senator
Bryan is appointed a federal judge,
that Governor Traimmell appoint the
general to fill the place till another
senator is elected. General Law is
a splendid old gentleman, and its the
Star's opinion that his appointment
would ibe a graceful thing for the
governor to do, and one that would
please Florida people.
At this writing, it looks like that
magnificent (battle-march of the Ger
mans thru (Belgium and northern
France was a colossal mistake. Ar Arriving
riving Arriving near Paris, the Germans seem
to have found themselves confronted
-with a superior and well-posted .host;
meantime, their ammunition is run running
ning running low. It appears that they ihave
swung back into tNortheast France,
trying to join the armies that have
fceen Ibattering at the frontier forti fortifications.
fications. fortifications. They may pick their flints
and come again, but, at this writing
it looks like Paris is safe for this
. svar.
Great (Britain isn't much alarmed
.over the threat of the Mohammedans
waging a holy war, for a very good
and sufficient reason. The 'holy one's
can't get anywhere if they start
Their infidel onnressors hold the
JL
lines of transportation, and all a
Iroly war would result in would foe a
number of local massacres, which
would certainly be severely punish punished.
ed. punished. The great majority of the peo-
pla of British India are (Buddhists,
ana nate tne uMonammedans worse
than they do the Christians. The
Mohammedan soldiers in the British
samnriee have repeatedly shown that
-hT care more for their colors than
for the sultan of Turkey, and it may
iot be out of place to remark that

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(Foreign)
One year, in advance....
Six month3, in advance...
Three months, in advance.
One monh, in advance
.$8.00
. 4.25
. 2.25
. .80
the Turks have always heen obnox obnoxious
ious obnoxious to the other Mohammedan peo peoples.
ples. peoples. The British army in Egypt is
made up principally of Copts, who
are all Christians. One well handled
German army corps can do Great
Britain more harm than a "holy
war."
PANAMA-PACIFIC PLUNKS
Editor Star: We refer to your is
sue of Sept. 5th in which you edi editorially
torially editorially commend the commission on
having modified their ecorts to se
cure proper representation for this
state at the exposition next year,
however note that you advise the
commission to dump those Florida
dollars in the river, etc., for the rea
son that you feel them to be a dis disgrace.
grace. disgrace. We cannot help feeling that
your impression regarding the dollar
must be formed by having seen only
a line cut 'which of necessity is some
what crude; we however want you
to see the dollar itself which we con consider
sider consider a real attractive souvenir and
well -worth a dollar to any citizen,
considering the good cause to which
this money will go.
'Florida State Commission.
The commission doesn't know the
Star very well, or it would have
known it wouldn't print any such a
criticism .without having seen the ob
ject criticised. The Star hadn't ex expected
pected expected much of the dollar, hut when
it saw the coin it was surprised to
see what a ibum production it was.
Take sfor instance the figure on the
back of the coin we suppose ft is
the (back, as it is natural to believe
the state coast of arms is on the
front. It is a headless, armless
female, standing in a boat about four
sizes too small for her. To anake up
for lack of head and arms, the female
has wings, which however are not
-big enough to fly with, and there therefore
fore therefore must be intended to fan mos mosquitoes.
quitoes. mosquitoes. A guileless friend of ours,
whose mind by observation of nature
undefined yet remains comparatively
un contaminated, says the statue
looks like a bullbat. As near as we
can remember, not 'having seen a
'bullbat 'lately, the comparison is cor correct.
rect. correct. The Star wishes the commission
well, and will (help it so far as it
can, but it can't recommend the
"Florida dollars." They are nothing
less than ridiculous.
It isn't well for nations tnat are
seeking justification for their ac actions
tions actions to go too far 'back in the past.
For instance, (France took Alsace
and -.orraine away from Germany in
1GSS in even a more ruthless manner
th a n Germ a ny t ook the m b ack in
IS 70. And Frederick the Great of
Prussia, in 1741, started a war, which
involved his own country, lAustria,
Great Britain and France, tby invad invading
ing invading Silesia, a province of the 'Aus 'Austrian
trian 'Austrian empire, with which nation
Prussia was then at peace. This war
spread to India and 'North "America,
and ended in Prussia holding Silesia.
It was as unjustifiable an aggression
as was ever perpetrated, and done
simply out of a desire for territorial
aggrandisement. Today's dispatches
tell that the (Russians are invading
Silesia, and it would (be a grim joke
on Germany it tney conquered ana
held it.
The Reporter-Star had no idea
that (Editor Benjamin was so aged,
or it wouldn't have presumed to tell
him so much. But it wasn't alone
for the information of the. Star that
we spoke. The public is given to be
lieving much of what is put before it
and many untruthful statements
nave oeen made uuring tms war
about the 'Associated Press (by its
jrivais. ine 'A. r. really needs no
cierense, out we dislike to see error
stalking about unrebuked. (Report
er-Star.
That 8 what the Star said when
the Associated Press papers begun
KnocKing tne otner press services
Having discussed and cussed the
matter from several different angles
suppose we can the dispute. The
Star subscribers are pretty well sat satisfied
isfied satisfied with its news and nobody else
is paying for it.
Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1 8-t

WHAT CAESAR SAID

"We are told that Julius Caesar
said that the Bulgarians were the
most valiant people in Gaul. Old Jul Julius
ius Julius must have gotten his geography
prophetically mixed. There were no
Bulgarians in his day, and they
didn't live in Gaul."
The Ocala Star reproduces the
above paragraph and adds by way of
comment that it was the Batavii that
r.afsar nraised. When we read Cae
sar, some years ago now, he said
something about all Gaul sbeing divid divided
ed divided into three parts, of which the Bel Bel-gae
gae Bel-gae inhabit one -and he proceeded
to specify the dwellers in the other
two 'parts and added, "and the
bravest of these are the Belgae."
Tampa Times.
The Belgae were some scrappers,
but the Star thinks the editor of
the Time3 has remembered the
wrong quotation. If ue will allow
us, we will refresh his memory:
"Caesar says of the Helvetians:
'The Helvetians are distinguished
by their -bravery beyond the other
Gauls; because they are continual continually
ly continually at war with the Germans, for de defense
fense defense of their territories.'
'"Plutarch says of these brave peo people:
ple: people: 'After a long and severe com?
bat Caesar drove the main army out
of the field, but found the hardest
work at the carriages and ramparts,
where not only the men stood and
fought, but the women and also the
children defended till they were cut
to pieces.'
"The Helvetians were greatly en encumbered
cumbered encumbered by tlieir targets being pin pinned
ned pinned together by the Roman javelins;
they could not draw these ibarbed
javelins from their shields so they
threw them away and exposed them themselves
selves themselves without defense to the weap:
ons of the enemies. During the
whole action, lasting from
o'clock till after dark, no man
the (back of a 'Helvetian.
" 'The 'Helvetians depended
one
saw
on
courage, not on ambushes; toeing a
very proud people, they defied the
Romans, telling them 'that -:such
were the institutions of the Helve Helvetians,
tians, Helvetians, derived from their ancestors,
that they had ibeen accustomed to
receive, not give hostages, and that
nobody knew it better than the
(Romans
"And they were but a handful of
people: only about 300,000 men, wo women
men women and children r A Toll was found
in the Helvetian camp, written in
Greek characters and brought toj
Caesar. It contained a list of allj
who had set out upon this expedi
tion, capable of (bearing arms, like
wise of the women and children and
old onen. Only onethird of these
Helvetians returned to their old ter
ritory, and they have never ibeen
conquered wTioIIyr even Austria's
..
power, in modern times was unavail
ing, and their descendants are still
free, tbrave, honest and true. These
Helvetians are the bravest of all; as
they came down out of their moun mountain
tain mountain fastnesses Into the plains of
their (Roman enemies, accompanied
.by their -women, children and old
men; wnne tne ervii, xne nercesx
ribe of Northern Gaul, one of the
Belgic confederacy, fought the Ro
mans in their 'own fastnesses; amid
almost impenetrable forests and
swamps; difficult, almost impossible
to enter into with an army; they se
creted their valuables and families
on inaccessible islands and fought
ty amDuseaaes uaesar imarcnea
tn i t
against these Belgic tribes and broke
their power completely in '52 B. C.
They never were victorious over the
Romans, whereas the Helvetians did
conquer the 'Romans under iDivico, a
great Helvetian general, in a war in
which the '.Roman general Cassius
and his lieutenant, Piso, were slain
with the whole Roman army."
The Star is indebted for the fore
going information to an Ocala lady
who prefers reading history and
the classics to the voluminous and
Tather trashy literature of the pres
ent day. Feeling sure that both the
Times and Star were wrong, the
Star called for her assistance with
the .foregoing result.
The argument started with the
Tampa Tribune, the editor of which
evidently Wrote, "Caesar said the
Belgians are the bravest of the
Gauls," but the linotype operator
changed Belgians to Bulgarians.
We find the linotype operator
sure refuge in time of trouble; if we
are in one deuce of a hurry and
THE
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Board and Rooms.
Rates Reasonable.
203 XORTII 3IAIX ST.
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Ocala,
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scratch off something half Intelligi Intelligible
ble Intelligible on a torn sheet of paper, he will
not only correct it, but improve on
it; but if we deliberately and quietly
sit down before a typewriter and
proceed to expel pearls
of
thought
from our systecn, he will either leave
out a -pearl or a half a pearl in just j
exactly the right place to spoil the
whole darn necklace, or else he will
nut in a section of a brickbat in mm
similar place. And the proofread- j
er abets him, occasionally marking
in a few additional gems, and it i3
only the fact that they improve what
we write oftener than spoil it that
keeps us from becoming a misan misanthrope.
thrope. misanthrope. PLEASED WITH THE PROSPECTS
The St. Petersburg Independent
says: A change has come over the
railroad men of the state in the last
few weeks and they are now talking
about bright prospects for business
Instead of being gloomy over the fu future.
ture. future. A high official of the A. C. L.
railroad was in St. Petersburg sev several
eral several weeks since and was asked when
the new Pinllas special would be
put on between St. Petersburg and
Jacksonville. He said he could not
tell, as so much-depended on the
effect of the 'European war on this
country. He was Inclined to be pes pessimistic
simistic pessimistic regarding travel to Florida
next winter and indicated that the
railroads would be slow to put on
new trains until they found out
what was going to be the effect of
the war.
The railroad men have found out
one would judge from the statement
made to the Tampa Tribune by J. G.
Kirkland, district pasenger agent
or the 'A. C. L. railroad in Tampa,
Mr. Kirkland has just returned from
Wilmington, N. C, where be at
tended a meeting of the passenger
men of that railroad. He said they
all agreed that the prospects for
heavy travel to Florida points diir-
ng the coming season are better
han ever before and the railroad is
imaking Its plans to handle more pas
sengers than last winter.
The railroad! representatives ought
to know, especially as they declare
hat many reservations have already
been made, even this 'far ahead of
time. The men In the uassenger de
partment say that travel to the
South is unusually heavy now for
his season of the year and'that it
Is not composed entirely of residents
of Florida who -have been away for
the summer. iNewcomers are on
every train. Some of them are com
ing to the state as permanent resi
dents and others are coming on
pleasure or in search of health. In
St. Petersburg one can see many
strangers any day on Central avenue.
ASTTEVTLTiE SETS uAX
EXlVMPIjE FOR OCATA
Asfieville, Sept. 9.- A municipal
swimming pool in 'Ashton Park, open
o the public without cost, is the lat
est feature progressive Asheville, 'in
the Dand of the Sky, 'has Installed
for the Ibenefit of its citizens and
visitors. The ik1 is 30 by 100 feet.
four eet deep at one end and eight
feet at the other, with a railing
around the sides and one end four
inches above the water. It Is .built
of reinforced concrete and around
he entire pool is a five-foot cement
walk-way. -'At the southwest cornar
s located a cement sun -court 25 by
50 feet. At one end is located a
commodious building 17 by 50 feet.
with 100 lockers for men and boys,
and eight shower baths. At the op
posite end is located a commodious
building 17 by 40 feet for women
and girls, containing two shower
baths and 16 dressing rooms with
comfortable seats.
The floors of the dressing rooms
for men and women are of Telnforc Telnforc-ed
ed Telnforc-ed concrete similar' to pool, walk
way and sun court.
The water in the pool is being
changed constantly from the city
mains.
The pool was opened Sunday, Aug.
23, by Rev. Wyatt Brown, pastor of
Trinity Episcopal church, who made
a twenty-minutes talk on clean,
strong men. There were 125 swim
mers onthe walk-way and sun court
during this discourse, with; an ad
ditional 1200 or 1400 visitors about
the pool.
The park committee of the board
of aldermen, with W. P. Randolph,
chairman. Is devising plans for an-
otner pooi nn .uontiora rarK, and a
. t v -m
iaKe in Asnion jarK near tne pres present
ent present pool, to be completed during the
early spring of 1915.
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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
.Mercnant's Cafe, A. C L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
t or tne next thirty days we will
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SERVES DESERVES MOST OF ALL IS A FIRTS-CLASS NEW RANGE.
THREE TIMES EACH DAY FOR 303 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 FIT THE NEEDS OF YOUR WIFE.
JUST TELL HER TO COME IX VXD PICK OUT THE
OXE SHE XEEDS. NOTHING' COULD PLEASE HER 3IORE.

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WING to the great demand for rooms, we
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 nor will 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
comfortable,
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 wat
moderate prices.
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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 hours
with noMiing to do Is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South Main street, opposite the Thens-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at Comfort Iodge are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
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you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers ar
satisfied, and we are proud of the fact. But if there is anything Tvrosi

In our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our p?.rt
straightening it out before the rush days come.

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EsttaMisltament Closed
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, llfiii 9 a. m.

Novelties;
will bring;

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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

all new, clean and fresh from the world's largest factories, will be sold for whatever it
t3eoIimiriIinc2T !eptoinnIboi 11, sit S si. rim. and oocliiinio Toesdlsny'-

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A Sensational Note from Jake Klein, Ocala, Florida, to the
People ol this Cily and Vicinity:
After 23 years of successful merchandising anl never had a sale in the entire time, I am
now RETIRING FROM BUSINESS 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
State. .
During my 23 years of business in this city I have made 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 pers nally guarantee every price and statement
made in this advertisement, and in appealing to you to attend this sale, is simply to emphasize
that to stay away is like throwing dollars away. (Signed) JAKE KLEIN.

No Fake No Subteriuge
But a Real 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
dollar is equivalent to the earning of one. We cannot impress upon you too strongly the im importance
portance importance of taking advintage of this wonderful Price Cutting Sale the sale that stands pre preeminent
eminent preeminent in the matter ol values.
It will pay you to come Fifty miles to attend this sale and
buy DRY GOODS enough to last, for a whole year.

Jeaffl these Specials; -they sire only a few if flher Many we have to offier

100 LADIES "FLUSH COATS
We are aware that this is not the
proper time to advertise Plush Coats,
however the saving upon these coats

is -worth considering. These are $10

.values and they are now
going at. ........

$4.98

120 LADIES HOUSE DRESSES

These Dresses are well made and
in all sizes and colors that compel
attention. They never sold for less

than $1.50. While they last,
Retiring Sale price. ...

63c

20 DOZEN GENUINE SCRIVEN
ELASTIC SEAM UNDERWEAR

This Underwear everyone knows

sells for 75c. During the
Retiring Sale, price only

50c

FIFTY LADIES EMBROIDERED
DRESSES
These Dresses are embroidered
with the latest styles of 'hand em embroidery
broidery embroidery and trimmed 'with Valen-

cennes lace, 'isacn ana every one is

well worth $3.50, Retiring
Sale price. . .......

98c

25 DOZEN MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS
50 c. values. These shirts are
slightly soiled. They may need
a little soap and water. While they

last, Retiring Sale
price.

10c

50 DOZEN MEN'S BLUE CHAM CHAM-BRAY
BRAY CHAM-BRAY WORK SHIRTS
These shirts are all weir made and
full size. They are the regular -50c.
Shirts. President, Blue Bell and
others. While they last, Re- QQ
tiring Sale price fciC

120 LADIES SAILOR HATS
Ladies Sailor Wats, Black and
White. They are all 50c. values and

well wortli it. 'While they last,

Retiring Sale price

8c

300 FAIRS LADIES ''WHITE CAN CANVAS
VAS CANVAS SHOES
These are the latest styles with

low heels, pumps with or without

straps, $S values. Retiring
Sale price

95c

UMBRELLAS
A Gloria Silk Umbrella, well
-worth $1. Retiring Sale.

39c

100 ALARM CLOCKS
These Clocks are guaranteed to

keep good time and always cell lor

59 c

$1.00. Retiring Sale

price.

Hundreds of other Specials
too numerous to mention.

, LADIES FURNISHINGS
'Ladies' 'Hand -.Embroidered 'Hand

kerchiefs, iWhite Linon,

10c value, Retiring Sale
price.
Ladies' Hose, black or tan, 15c
value, Retiring Sale iptrice.

Ladies Black Satin Belts and White
Wash Belts, also a few Leather,

all 25c values. Retiring Sale
f- price
Ladies' Hose Supporters, 25c
value, Retiring Sale price .

Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose, double

heel and toe, regular 25c
value, Retiring Sale price

All Silk (Hose, while they last; our

35c .value, only a small
number of them. Price

regular
2 c

4c

Vhite
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7c

9 c
ouble

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19c

LADIES' SHOES

ve nave a iun assortment or snoes

and low cuts that cannot be beat

and have always sold for $2.00.

While they last, Retiring
Sale .price. .... .,. ....

Ladies' Black 'Enamel or 'Russian

Calf and Vici Kid, best' known

brands, $2.50 value,
Retiring Sale "price.

79 c

$1.19

LADIES' AVAISTS
Hundreds of the newest styles in
Ladies' Waists, new arrivals, that

we intended to sell for
50c. Retiring Sale price

(Ladies 'High Grade Linen Waists,
with' handsome lace or embroid

ery. Regular 75c values,
Retiring Sale price. .

29c

39c

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50c

BOYS' FANTS
Here! Mothers, don't miss this
pair of all wool -boys' pants,

values, as long as they
last, sale price. .......

Boys' Scotch Wool and tEnglish Wor

steds and Serges, all our oc val

lies, Retiring Sale
price . ..

TABLE LINEN
Now is the time to buy Table Linen.
A 60-inch width of linen damask,
'handsomely designed, regular 60c

value, Retiring Sale

price

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33 c

All $1 values and designs

never been shown before.
Retiring Sale price. .

24c
that have

48 c

LADIES' WHITE GOODS
Corset Covers, either lace or em

broidered, silk ribbon, latest style,

o-jc. value, Retiring Sale
price. .

Drawers, umbrella flounce and latest

designs, best of cambric,
50c value, sale price. .

Gowns with needlexork and latest

embroidery, a 75c value,
Retiring Sale price. .

Here we have a beautiful embroider embroidered
ed embroidered petticoat, double flounce. $1.00

value, to go in the Retir Retiring
ing Retiring Sale at. ....... .....

Ladies' Chemise, with embroidery,
full size and width, as long as
they last. They have alwavs sold

: for o0 cents. Retiring Sale
price.

16c
d latest

18c
1 latest

37c

broider broider-e.
e. broider-e. $1.00

39c

21c

CHILDREN'S HOSE
Hose, the same 10c values, Re Retiring
tiring Retiring Sale price. .... ... .
(Hose, 15c value. Retiring Sale
price .

Hose,, the same, 20c value,
Retiring Sale price. ..

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To the First 75 Ladies or Gentlemen Entering the Store
FRIDAY, SEPT. 11TH, 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
or more.

SPECIAL MINUTE SALE

Will Take Flace 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
'best Dress and Apron 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, 36 inches
wide, actual 9c. quality, 10 yards for
Between the hours of 3 and 3:30 we .will sell 'Amo3keag

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OVERALLS
Your choice of any 75c Overall dur-

mg mis pnuiic saie. Ketir- o

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Sale price. . ..... UC

JAPANESE ART SQUARES

9x12, flowers or other designs, green

$1.69

or red, with fancy
borders, sale price.

Flannel, our regular 10c value, 10 yards for.

48c
43 c
23c
10c
37c
41c

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MEN'S SHOES
We 'handle nothing but 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
actual cost.
'Men's Work and Dress Shoes of high
; grade quality of calf skin and gun

metal Shoe3 and Oxfords,
$2 values, sale price.

89c

MEN'S FURNISHINGS.

2c

TOWELS
Good Face Towels. Retir Retiring
ing Retiring Sale Price.

Large tBleached Face Towels, such as

have always sold for 15c
Retiring Sale Price. . .1.

Turkish Towels, bleached and un-

ibleached, regular 15c. val val-ue.
ue. val-ue. Retiring Sale Price.

Here we shout the loudest all our

35c. Linen Towels, full size and red

or blue borders. During
Sale for

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on't fail to get coupons

for Valuable Presents to be

Given Away FREE

Retiring

3c

8c

9c

19c

29c

19c

12c

'Men's Handkerchiefs, hemstitched

linen white; full size, all
10c value. Retiring 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 Wash Ties, four-in-hand and
string, latest designs: values as

high as 25c. Retiring Sale
s Price

iVen's 23 Strand Suspenders; full

length and leather straps, 25c val

ue. During .Retiring Sale
for.

Men's Work Shirts, blue chambray,

lull size and (test quality, 3ac.

value. During Retiring
Sale for.

Men's Dress Shirts, all latest pat

. terns, not one out or style; regu

lar 50c value.
Sale Price. .

Men's Pure Silk Hose, same as you
have always paid 35c for, in all

colors. During Retiring
Sale for

The regular 25c value double heel

and toe in assorted colors. Dur

ing Retiring Sale they
will sell for. . ... ... .

REDSPREADS AND BLANKETS
Full Bleached Marseilles patterns,
extra large, hemmed, ready for

use, $1 value. Retiring
sale price '.

66c

SHEETING MY THE YARD
10-4 unbleached sheeting, our regu

lar 40c quality. Retiring
Sale price.

10-4 bleached sheeting, our regular

4oc quality. Retiring Sale
. price

21c

23 c

9c

50 DOZEN MEN'S KHAKI FANTS
The 'best value and choicest of ma material
terial material and well -made, in both dark

and light tan. $1.25 value,
Retiring Sale price. .

79 c

SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES
Pillow cases, full size and good qual

ity, same as has always -been sold

for 20c everywhere. Retiring
Sale price ,. .'.

Extra size pillow cases, 36x45, regu regular
lar regular 25c value. Retiring r
Sale price IZiC
In this particular lot we have a well
made sheet, 72x90, Tegular GOc
value, which will ibe sold Q7
in the Retiring Sale for. O C
MEN'S HATS
One big lot of Men's nice Dress fHats,
new colors and shades; values up

to si. Retiring Sale
Price

Our regular f 1.50 tHats. Re- ct

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! All our Z and $3.50 val-

I ues. Retiring sale price

39c

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Men's Pants. Wellington National,
perfect fit; also mercerized in as assorted
sorted assorted stripes and colors, $1.50
, values. During the Re- ff
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Men's Fancy Rlue and Silk Tweeds,
(latest cuts; peg top and all are
well made $2 and $2.25 values
During the Retiring ? -t -g
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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 closed out by the J. H. Cole Special Sales Company, of New York and Jacksonville, in ten

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SETT. UO. 1014

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for thl3 department call phone 106)

Thought for the Day
The discovery of thought is one of
the mysteries of life. J. G. (Holland.
The fragrance of a thought may rise
To -nobler life and subtler guise,
As still as violets iby the -brook,
A thing to rare to set in books
' Or cage on sing.
iHiiltivatA onlv thA hfsi Ihrmtrhta

and they will make your life beau

tiful.

'Miss Jessie Wilson returned to her

home at Lake Butler yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon after a most delightful visit in

(this city with Miss L
Monday evening IMisi

Pertained a few frien

rcok in compliment t

the conclusion of the

Tire, Miss Campbell

lice Campbell.
Campbell en-

inform ally at

her guest. At
vening's pleas-

nd her mother,

'Mrs. ueorge Campbell, served cara

mel ice cream and raisin cake. This
little affair was In the nature of a

Campbell's guest for the evening

were Misses Anna '.McDowell, Annie

Pope Eagleton, .'Messrs. J. K. Brown,

Sam Christian, G. D. Parrish an

irry uampoeii.

MriL B. X.

looney jLrTried yes

terday afternoon from a week Knent

at Dayton a Beach, the guest of her
'brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Ham rick.

next several months, the guest of his

brother and sister-in-law, 'Mr. and

Mrs. Charles 'Flippin, and will attend

the Ocala high school.
Mrs. T. H. Livingston has returned
home, after a visit with her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and -Mrs. Gay

Livings-ton, at their home in Kissim Kissim-mee.
mee. Kissim-mee. Jacksonville Metropolis.
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-Mrs. E. A. Osborn of 'Morriston,
accompanied 'by Miss Lilly 'Morrison
of Inverness, was in the city today,
shopping.
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Postmaster and Mrs. Dupree of
Citra accompanied by friends, were
in the city today.
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Mr. D. B. Kibler received a cable cablegram
gram cablegram yesterday from (Mr. and iMrs. J.
Buttgenbach, wfto are now pleasantly

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THIS AFTERNOON

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AVMlliam jHoxluai

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was in town today, on his wav home

om a visit to LNorth Florida. He is

ra pleasant and cultured young man.

and a good representative of -his cel celebrated
ebrated celebrated school, which will open next
Wednesday. A number of -Marion
county boys 'have finished their edu education
cation education at this school, which for good
work is not excelled by any in the
state.

EVE RVDODY ATTE ND

Leo Rilea, Willie

ijts, AlexWoods, Charles
rge 'Wtfods, Sam iFraser,

"Miss Jessie Woods was the hostess
last night of a lovely little party 'giv 'given
en 'given in compliment to her house guests,
Misses Kathryn -Hume of Charleston,
S. C., and 'Mattie 'Meyer of Keystone,

lfia. various games or interest had
been planned for the evening, after
which 'Miss Woods served dainty re refreshments.
freshments. refreshments. (Her guests included
Misses 'MUw'ie (Burnett, Claudia
O'Neal, NlaryLou Luckie, Edna
Counts, plu by Knight, Susie Morris,
Mabel Aiken, lltuta IHardee, IMamie

'vuuu'is, .uiviy uaies, !j-ouis& ,xiu.iugi
tfinrl ,TRr5 T lo-r Riloa irTllia .XJnrl

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vv jiiis, ueorge -vpooas, Kam ijf,ras

iSeton liar deQrhd Frank GatesThe
evening with 'Miss Woods -was one of
great pleasure to lier friendX
her toe in Tampa yesterday after a
week's visit in the city as the guest
of iher brother, 'Mr. B. J; Hunter.
(She was accompanied by her (little
.-son, 'Hunter Munroe.
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Mrs. "E. Carl Harris left this morn morn-iing
iing morn-iing for Philadelphia, .where s'he -will
Visit relatives for a few 'weeks, re returning
turning returning to Ocala about Thanksgiving
time.
Miss Sidney Perry returned home
todav from a two -weeks' visit ;wibh

Mrs. J. sH. Spencer and family on the
.
'Mrs. J. R. 'Moorhead came home
yesterday from a week-e-nd -spent
with friends on the west coast near
Shell Island.
. at
Miss -Bettie 'Mclver is at heme
asrain from a week's visit to Lake

Weir as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. H.
W. iHenry and f aimily.
Miss Wenona Wetherbee has re returned
turned returned from a week's visit to Miss
Lois tDame and IMrs. H. W. Tucker at
North Lake Weir.
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iMrs. C. 'R. Typings, 'Miss Annie
Davis, 'Mrs. J. C. Jackson and IMiss
(Leslie Jackson were guests today at
the hospitable home of Capt. and
Mts. S. R. Pyles, on Orange avenue.
'Miss Kathleen Jackson will con conclude
clude conclude a week's visit with ;Miss Ophel Ophelia
ia Ophelia Sawtell at "Glenhurst" tomorrow.
Misses 'Katherine and -Mildred
Pyles, who have 'been guests of their
hrother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Lorenzo Cullum at Batesburg, S. C,
for some time, will leave for Blzey,
S. C, today for a short visit -before

joing on to their school duties at

Brenau.

.Mrs. J. H. Brooks of ocala is

spending a few tlays in tne city as

the guest of 'Mr. and iMrs. H. 'CM. "Wat
son. 'Mrs. Brooks has !been spending

the summer at 'Miami and is en route

ihome. Palatka Item.

Tr. and '31 rs. E. G. Peek will bes:In

. amoving into their handsome new
(home on Oklawaha avenue tomorrow.

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and those

Rcncflt Concert at the Temple Friday
Evening for the Rand
The Metropolitan Band will give
one of its excellent concerts Friday
evening at S o'clock at the Temple
theater. There will be a good pro

of pictures preceding, the con con-The
The con-The band requires a consid

erable sum of money to supply it it-sell
sell it-sell with instruments, music, room
rent, lights and incidentals and the
concert will be given to procure

funds for this purpose. The band

are preparing a good program

who attend may be assur

ed of a delightful and profitable eve evening
ning evening spent in a worthy cause.
A CARD
We take this method of conveying:
to our friends our acknowledgements
and keen appreciation for the sympa sympathy
thy sympathy shown us in our recent bereave bereavement
ment bereavement when the soul of Terry Sewell
our :brother was called home to
his Maker. Words fail us to fully ex express
press express onr thanks for the many acts
of kindness and words of consolation
and comfort showered upon us dur during
ing during 'his illness and after his death.
IMrs. J. P. Calloway.
J. P. Galloway..

THE NEW DORMITORY

Miss W-innie Flippin, of Water-

tnra. Tenn.. is in the city for the

Ocala, 'Fla., Sept. 9, 1914
iBditor Star: I wish to announce
to the school patrons of IMarion
county that the iBoard of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction has fitted up the old 'hig-h
school ibuilding for a dormitory, the
object being to furnish to 'Marion
county girls and boys attending- tthe
high school, good, substantial ihoard
at tactual cost.
I think this can 'be done at $13
per month.
In the past, a great many Jboys and

girls wishing to attend our school,

have been prevented on account of

the high price of 'board.

In the dormitory the food will be

plain 'but good, substantial and

abundant. Students will tbe required

to furnish sheets, iblankets, pillow-

slips,, towels, ibowl and pitcher; also

to care for their 'rooms. The dormi

tory will ibe -in charge of a refined,
competent person, and parents need

have no hesitation about placing

their children in her charge. The
principal of the Ocala 'high school

and the county board will have gen

eral supervision of the dormitory
and students. The rooms are large

-and airy, and everything will be com

fortable and homelike.. 1 hope that

many parents thruout Clarion county

will take advantage of this oppor

tunity to send their children to the
Ocala high school after they 'have

finished their home schools.
We thave one of the best nigh
schools in the state, and a fine prin principal
cipal principal in the person of Prof. W. H.
Cassels.
Our recently erected high school
(building is one of the finest in the
state.
A domestic science department
has been added, and sooner or later
we expect to establish manual train training
ing training and business departments.
The school term will open on 'Mon 'Monday,
day, 'Monday, September 2 8.
For further information inquire
of Supt. J. H. Brinson or myself.
Most respectfully,
W.D. Carn.

Separated Cedar Keys

Ocala Yesterday
In the fifth inning yesterday, rain
called the game between Cedar Keys
and Ocala, the score being 3 to 3.
Chazal pitched for Ocala, and did
well, and the team supported him
with considerable spirit; however, it
might have shown more.
The two teams meet again this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Clark or Harris will pitch
for Ocala, and all the fans think it
will be "some gama"

Following is the record or yester

day's game:
First Inning
Cedar Keys: Williams went to sec

ond on the catcher's error, liodges
reached first on a fielder's choice and

Williams scored on Marshard's sin

gle. Wilson grounded out, Charpia
struck out and B. Charnia flew out

to right.
Ocala: Thompson struck out, Har
ris walked, Batts sacrificed, Zewad

ski singled and Harris was caught

going in home.
Second Inning

Cedar Kevs: Sewell and 'Marshard

struck out, Holbrook fouled out.

Ocala: Davis grounded out, 'Din-

kins singled, Dewey flew out to sec

ond and Burford went out on a

grounder to short. x
Third Inning

Cedar Keys: Williams single!,

Hodges hit to right, scoring Will Williams
iams Williams and going to second. IMarsh-

ard reached first on an error, 'Hodges j

scoring. Wilson Hew out and Char

pia struck out. is. cnarpia new cv

to Harris.
Ocala: Thompson singled and
Harris walked. Batts singled to right,
scoring TlTompson, 'Batts going- to
second. Zewadski flew out to first,
who doubled to second, catching
Batts. Davis put a two-bagger to
right, scoring -Harris. 'Dinkins
singled to left and Davis was caught
at the plate.
Fourth Inning
Cedar Keys: Sewell reached first
on an error. dlolbrook flew out to
short. Sewell was run down between
second and third. 'Marshard struck
out.
Ocala: Dewey, Burford and Chazal
went out in succession.
Fifth Inning
Cedar Keys: Williams went, to
second when Batts dropped a hit to
right field. 'Hodges went out on a
grounder to pitcher. Marshard
struck out and Williams scored when
Chazal threw low to second. Wilson
'grounded out to third.
Ocala: Thompson went out on a
grounder and Harris followed suit.
Batts walked, stole second and -scored
when Zewadski lost one and went to
third on the throw in. 'Davis ground grounded
ed grounded out.
Sixth Inning.
Cedar Keys: Charpia grounded

out. !B. Charpia was hit by a ball
and Sewell flew out. Holbrook walk walked
ed walked and Marshard grounded out.
Following are the line-ups:

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Hodges 2nd b.
Charpia, 3d ib.
Williams-,, ss.
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Wilson, cf.
Sewell, rf.

Ocala
Chazal, ip.
.Dinkina, c.
Thompson, 1st b.
Davisr -2nd 'b..
Zewadski, ss.
Dewey r 3rd b.
Batts, rf.
Harris, If.
Burford r cf.

application for
reof:iver dexied

Young vs. Oklawnha iRiver Farm Co.,
et al, heard on .motion for appoint

ment of a receiver and other Telief.
The court ordered that the onbtlon of

the complainant be denied. This case
was argued and submitted on the bill
of complaint as amended, the an answers
swers answers of the defendants and affidav affidavits
its affidavits filed and read by the parties.

Times-Union, 10th: Quite a num number
ber number of orders were made and handed
down yesterday by Judge 'Rhydon M.
Call in the XTnited States district
court. 'An important decision was
that made in the case of Jefferson D.

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SILVER 3IEDAL CONTEST
The W C. T. U. will hold a double
silver medal contest in the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, this evening, begin beginning
ning beginning at' 8 o'clock, when the following
program will ibe carried out:
Singing, "All Hall the Power of
Jesus' Name."'
Piano solo. Selected.
-'A Temperance Call" R. C. Cur Curry.
ry. Curry. "The Flag of the Free" 3Iamie
Hogan.
Recitation -Nellie Old.
"Wanted" Jessie Todd.
"L. T. X.. In Dollikinville" Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Smith.

Recitation Clara Curry.
Song, "Brighter Days are Com

ing" By this class of contestarts.

Contest No. 2 will 'be in song as

follows:

"Sparkling Water" Madge Ped-

rick.

"The Prodigal Girl" Lottie Cur

ry.

"Father, Dear 'Father Come Home

with Me Now" Maryeia uray.

"The Cry of a Broken Heart"

.Maud Lillian Little.

"Temperance Star Spangled Ban-

ner lAiemea vsniej.

Song by male quartet.
There' will ;be special music on

this occasion with, extras.

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This Special Rate good on any of the Company's
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August 22T to October 17th, Inclusive.
Return Limit 10 Days.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
For reservations and further, particulars apply to
. Mo Go WENZEL,
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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

PO-DO-LAX BANISHES PIMPLES
Bad 'blood, pimples, headaches.

biliousness, torpid liver, constipa

tion, etc., come from indigestion.

Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and

absolutely sure laxative, and you

won't suffer from a deranged stom stomach
ach stomach or other troubles. It will tone
up the liver and purify the blood.
Use it regularly and you will stay
well, have clear complexion and
steady nerves. (Jet a 50c bottle to today.
day. today. Money back-if not satisfied. All
druggists. tues-thurs-fri-w

Living fcr Others.
It probably never occurs to a young
man or woman thct he cr she is "hard
to live with." That i3 a phrase wo
always, somehow, use about other peo people.
ple. people. But why? "Why net occasionally
consider whether the difficulties we
complain of may not be partly the re result
sult result of our own sharp angles and self selfish
ish selfish wills? The art of living with oth others
ers others i3 largely the art of living for oth others,
ers, others, and not for ourselves.

ItEGISTItATION NOTICE

Advertise In the STAfl for result

The r2rlstratlon book for district

No. 1, (Ocala), will be open on rues rues-day,
day, rues-day, Wednesday and Thursday or 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 the 1st Monday in
September till the second Saturday m
October, This registration does not
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st.
Those who registered this year for the
first time In Marion coonty, thougi
they may. have voted In ths primary.
Annnt vnfa in Vi a Vnvmber election

uniesii they register a&atn prior to th
iseconi Saturday-la 2ct?bev; rrw
17-23-6 wks dly D. M. BARCO.
1 Supervisor Resristrat'.on Marion

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WHEN YOU WANT
MUSICAL
INSTRUMENTS
COME TO US
WORK OF THE FLORIDA VEGETAIJLE MARKETING BUREAU IS
WELL UNDER WAY MARION COUNTY IS SPECIALLY
PROMINENT IN THE MOVEMENT

THE OCALA EVENING STAR,' THURSDAY, SEPT. 1&, 1014

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SWEET AND TRUE IN TONE, AND FINELY MADE
ARE OUR SPDBNDID MUSICAL, I NSTR UM PXTS. PLACE
ONE IN YOUR sHOME. THE PRICE IS LOW AND THE
PLEASURE YOU WILL GET OUT OF IT WILL AMPLY
REPAY YOU FOR THE INVESTMENT. COME IN TODAY.
WE WILL TAKE A POSITIVE DELIGHT IN DEMONSTRAT DEMONSTRATING
ING DEMONSTRATING THE HIGH QUALITY OF OUR INSTRUMENTS.

(Special to the Star)

8 p. m.
meeting in

Jacksonville, Sept. 0,
Snlendid reports of the

both Jacksonville papers. Commit Committee
tee Committee work is about complete. The
temporary headquarters of the mar marketing
keting marketing .bureau will be in Ocala until
the organization is perfected. Am
special guest of the iReal tEstate Ex-

j change at luncheon tomorrow. The

Marion County Board of Trade is
recognized as a factor in the great

work.

J. D. iRooney.

A. E. BURNETT

(Jacksonville Metropolis, 9th)
The executive committee of the fi finance
nance finance committee of the (Florida eVg-

jetable Marketing Bureau, appointed J

yesterday by J. D. Rooney, secretary

j of the Marion County Board of

organization in every way possible
and to give the use of its hundred or
more salesmen distributed "through "throughout
out "throughout the north was received at the
meeting yesterday.
As Won as a sufficient number of
organizations have answered the let-
ters of fthe executive committee and
havd signified their purpose to join
the organization, a meeting will be
called to take "place in the central
part of the state. 'Membership to
this organization will also give the
growers membership in the Florida
Growers and Shippers .League.
Roard of Trade Supports Rooney
A laVge nrraber of letters and tele-

RE LIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

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DECORATING done be sure to see us before
letting your work out. We use nothing but first
class material and have had
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
We guarantee to give entire satisfaction.
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P. O. BOX 428 OCAIiA, FLA.
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GOOD GROCERIES
Are our Hobby. We buy and sell
only this kind, for we know that our
patrons want them.
Smith Grocery Co.
Phone 434.

Trade, who was elected permanent j grame were also received at the
chairman of the organization, for the meeting .yesterday from those who
purpose of formulating ways and : were unable to attend the meeting,
means of perfecting the organization -but who wished to lend their moral
and patting it en a .fi-ran foundation, suppc-rt by ,vol?ing their cooperation.

held an important meeting tins Among the telegrams was the fol-

morning in the office of Traffic SMan-; lowing:

ager 'II. 13. Kealhofer, in the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Board of Trade.
This executive committee, which
twill control the affairs of the' new
organization until at is perfected, and

which willvhave charge of the per-j

fecting, is composed of Dr. R. T.
Weaver, of the Marion County (Board
of Trade, Ocala, as chairman; J. D..
IRooney, secretary of that body, and
one of the- origina'tors and most ?n ?n-ithusiastic
ithusiastic ?n-ithusiastic workers for this move movement,
ment, movement, and H. S. Kealhofer, traffic
manager of the local board of trade,
who was yesterday elected permanent
secretary of -the organization until it
is perfected. The headquarters of
this committee will fbe at Ocala until
another .meeting to establish the
body officially can be called.

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Ocala, 'Fla., Sept. 8, 1914.
D. Rooney. Secretary Marion

County Board of Trade, care of
Jacksonville Board of Trade,
.Jacksonville, Fla.:
Sorry we cannot be with you in the
fight for Jower rates and helping to
establish a bureau for the' proper
distribution and marketing of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's fruits and vegetables, tout are
with you in spirit, and remember you
have the Marion County Board of
Trade and all ithe vegetable growers
of the county behind you in this
movement. fMay your efforts be
crowned with success.
George MacKay, President.
J. M. IMeffert, Chairman (Marion
County Board of Governors.

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Set Affairs inShape
.This committee spent the time this
t
morning in setting the affairs of the

j organization in some -definite shape.

A 11C V IlltX V C IJlCdlCU ICLLC1 3 C V7 LUC
various Iboards of trade, chambers of
commerce and shippers and growers
organizations throughout the state,
asking them to cooperate and ap appoint
point appoint "directors to take part in the
final organization of the toody accord accord-ing
ing accord-ing to the constitution adopted yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. A synopsis of the constitu constitution
tion constitution has been made out 'by them and
will be enclosed in the letters seek seeking
ing seeking the cooperation of the other
state organizations.
Tihe finance committee, who will
ihandle the financing of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, consists of the following mem mem-ibers
ibers mem-ibers aside -from those mentioned:
L. S. .Light, Reddick, 'Marion
county; N. J. Thompson, "Frost Proof
Board of Trade, Frost Proof; C. J.
Krautter, president of the Growers'
Association of .Baker county, Glen St.
IMary; W. A. Itiddle, 'Eustis Truck
and 'Fruit Association, Jacksonville;
Leo CMajewski, Jefferson County
Producers Association, Monticello,
Fla., and W. K. IHaile, superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Southern Express Com Company,
pany, Company, Jacksonville.
Realizing the value of publicity, -a

prospectus of the organization has
been prepared 'by the executive com

mittee and will be sent to every

newspaper in the state to seek their

cooperation. In this connection,

Chairman Rooney stated that if the

same courtesy .was received from all

the papers of the state as :had ibeen

tendered by the Florida Metropolis,
he, felt that the success of the organ

ization was assured.

Ught is Chairman
In addition to the executive com com-mittee,
mittee, com-mittee, L. S. Light of 'Marion county,
was appointed chairman of a special
committee to handle the question of
cooperation as far as possible iwith

tire state commissioner of agricul

ture and with the department of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture of the United States. "This
committee will also ascertain from
Governor Park Trammell just how
far he will act in helping the farmers
to secure relief.
It has further been decided that
Jacksonville shall be the headquar headquarters
ters headquarters and distributing center of tha
organization's activities.
!A number of the prominent men
interested in the move who were
present at the meeting yesterday,
made voluntary contributions to as assist
sist assist in taking care of the organiza organization.
tion. organization. Further funds -will be sought
by the committee.
Citrus Exchiinge to Help
An offer from the Florida Citrus

BOARD

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TRADE

A Well Attended and Profitable
3Ieeting Wednesday Evening
"
A go'od-sized attendance was at the
meeting of the Board of Trade -Wednesday
evening. The following mas masters
ters masters were attended to:
Communications were taken up as
follows: t
From the secretary to the gover

nor, that the governor would give
the tmatter relative to the long and
short haul act 'his 'personal attention
on his return- to 'Tallahassee.
From the Inland Wraterwe.y Asso Association,
ciation, Association, setting forth that nothing
should be done to diminish the Influ Influence
ence Influence of the association. Also -questioning
as to .whether a convention
should be held and where. The sec secretary
retary secretary was instructed to express the
board's favorable attitude toward the
meeting and urge same.
Under the head of new business,
Olr. Blitch stated that, they had re received
ceived received information that negroes In
the mining district -were In a starv starving
ing starving condition, and had applied to the
governor for aid. 'Mr. Blitch said
that a plan had sugg'ested itself that
it "might be well to use the colored
help dn improving the roads in the
county. It was suggested that scrip
be issued for $1, $5 and $10 and keep
from $50,000 to $100,000 in circula circulation.
tion. circulation. Mr. .Blitch said it would he
possible to secure this help for from
'25 to 50 cents per day, and 'besides
enabling the county to get the Toads
in good shape at a reasonable cost,

would make it possible to hold the
help here for future need, whereas
otherwise they would scatter and not
be in the county When needed.
iMr. MacKay gave some explana explana-tio
tio explana-tio in regard to the labor question

and Mr. Lloyd stated that four phos

phate mines in Marion county had

shut down, throwing 200 men out of

employment.

After some discussion, Mr. Meffert

moved that we first learn how tmany

idle men there are in the county by

writing the postmasters and the im

portant naval stores, sawmill and
phosphate men. The secretary was

instructed to do this at once.

The proposition in regard to Mr.

Carmichael securing a part of -Mr.
Rooney's time for his daylight route

work was discussed by the board.

Mr. Lloyd moved that this matter be
referred to the board of governors

with power to act.

Rexall Xice as recommended for

excessive perspiration. 2o cents, at

Gerig's. 9-3-tf

THE MEEON
A PERSONAL PRODUCT
Every Mehlin Piano is a Mehlin product;
conceived by a Mehlin; designed by a
Mehlin, and built under the supervision, of
a Mehlin, the product of Mehlin inventive
genius and skill.
Four generations of Mehlins contribute
their personality to its perfection.

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Grand and Inverted Grand Pianos
are the perfection of piano building as an
art. They possess trie attributes that dis distinguish
tinguish distinguish an art product and challenge the'
world for sweetness, purity and sonority of
tone.

HERBERT IATTWER

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DISTIUHUTOR

Ocala,

FIOFida'

HOTEL CHURCH

Broadway and 14th Street.

Union Square

New York City

A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient American PJan, $2 per Day

and Homelike Hotel on both an(l up
European Plan,
American and European Plans. and up.
SPECIAL VVEEKLY RATES

l$l per Day

Churchill & Company

L

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50 Cents
25 Ceiits

Solid Quart
Solid Pint -

Shipment Received Each Day.
Moderate Prices.
All Kinds of Fresh Fish and Meats.
For Fresh Stock Call Phone 380

fia RfarM,-
10 Second Street

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Our M

enageric Admission

W- W m w $m

ALL ANIMALS SAFELY QUARTERED
Tho 3Iore Fero clous Ones
Are Hung Up On Their Hooks
So that the most timid need have no hesitancy in entering
Business Going On Uninterruptedly.
Open from 5 a m. to 7 p. n..

PHOXE 108

citi: li:ket

The Whole Hog:
Playwright "Was Grasper satisfied
with the part assigned him in my new
play?" Manager "Was Grasper ever
satisfied with 'part' of anything?'
Judge-

Dally Thought.
Never write on a subject without
having first read yourself full of it;
and never read on a subject till you
have thought yourself hungry on it.
Uichter.



THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 10. 1014

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IJEL1L.EVIEW

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X OCAIiA, FLORIDA.

E. C. SMITH, Mgr.
Funeral Directors

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Correspondent Tells of the Silo Jas

that are Becoming Fashionable
in Kansas

matter

All

Office Phone 10.
Night Phone 91.
work given our personal

and guaranteed fully.

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A Belleview. Sent. 0. Xo

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4 I how shrewd a 'business man may be,

the law of average says that in nine

t lease-Si in ton h nvill -fall in .tTnor

words the reports of the commercial

J I agencies say that ninety per cent.

v of men who enter business eventual-

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iy iaii. rnis ibeing true, it is cer

tainly desirable that every (business

man should provide for the protec

tion or his family in the even of

buisness reverses

Mrs. J. D. Carter and daughter,

Miss Gertrude, made a business trip

to Ocala last Saturday.

Mr. !Alex 'Moorhead passed thru

Belleview last Friday morning on

his way to the iSummerfield road to

run so Tie land lines tor one or our

settlers.

Mr. J. O. 'Hightower lias just

Funeral Directors

UNDERTAKERS and EfMLfiERS

flue CaSketS and Burial QobCS completed the -building of and filling

ting down of the phosphate mines in
'Dunnellon.
Belleview's public school opened
up in god shape last .Monday morn morning,
ing, morning, with Prof. A. B. Connor as prin principal
cipal principal and Mrs. 'A. B. Connor as teach teacher
er teacher in the primary department. A
good attendance was noted.
Mrs. Barney Spencer, of Ocala,

and her children are visiting with

Col. Edwin Suencer. Sr.. iust west of

town.

Masters William and James Field

ing have returned from their vaca vacation
tion vacation trip ready for school.

'Mr. Wm. J. Fant, Jr., has rented

one of the Millsom cottages, and has
had 'Mrs. iFant removed from Ocala.

There is a noticeable change in Mrs.

Fant's condition, and her many

friends 'hope to see her out again in

the near future.

Dr. Thos. K. Slaughter of Sum Sum-merfield
merfield Sum-merfield stopped in 'Belleview last

Thursday morning: on his way to

Ocala, and carried Mr. Tremere up

1. E. McIVEIt and C. V. ROBERTS

Funeral Directors

All Work Done by Licensed Em-

balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES

D. E. McIVER .104

C. V. ROBERTS. 305

Undertaking Office 47

MONTEAGLE
SUMMER RESORT
If oa wish to go away tor the
summer please correspond with Mrs.
E. W. Williams, who conducts the
Cumberland House at Monteagie,

Tenn. Rates, $7 to $10 per week.

Two months' Chautauqua, from July

1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie i3 on the
cop of the Cumberland mountain,

over 2,000 feet above sea level. The

finest mineral water, most elegant

scenery east of the Rockies. For

health, pleasure, rest and beauty,

there is no place like Monteagie in
the South. Write at once to Mrs.

E. W. Williams, Proprietress, the

Cumberland HjuFe, Monteagie Ten Ten-oessee.
oessee. Ten-oessee. 6-13-tf

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Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. Iiocal or
Long Distance .Phone, 203

MOORE'S MAIL ORDER MOUSE

"Johnny's Place"
AM now in business for myself. Conducting a 'High Class re retail
tail retail bar and Mail Order House. I can give you the best there

is, and as much as any one else in business for your money. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen years in the business has taught me what the public wants,
and I am supplying that want.
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

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Good Old 65 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

Ions or more,
at per gallon

$1.50

Good Old 80 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

Ions or more,
at per gallon.

$2.00

Good Old 70 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or more,
at per gallon.

$1.75

Remember that we will fill
any order you send us and
meet the price of any other
legitimate house.

CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC

CONTESTS

of two large silos of modern design,

and thru this coming winter when

grazing is scarce, -will feed his cattle

with canned corn. There is a little

jag hidden away in the recesses of

these silos if one only knows where

to look for it

Silo Jags Popular
lAn accidental discovery made re

cently by a Missouri agriculturist
is calculated to do more for the

"hack-to-the-farm" movement than

LlcrchailtS & Miners TrailS CO. anything that has happened in rural

life since some genius converted

Go North by Sea"

STEAMSHIP LINES

JACKSONVILLE
TO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
tservice. Wireless telegraph on al
steamers. Through fares and ticket
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H..C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville. Pla.

: PHONE 503
5 For Good Wood
BIG Load for 01.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

AND RETURN

MDAY, SEPT. 14,

VIA

ATMMIC COAST

Standard Railroad of the South

Schedule announced later.
Tickets limited to September 16.
For information call on Ticket
Agent, or
J. G. fCfrklaiici,
Division Passenger Agent,
Tampa.

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

barbed-wire fences into complete

telephone service, and put every gos

sip-loving farmer's 'wife on a iparty

wire.
This .(Missouri corn king, thru

one of those fortuities such as ihave

given to the world the telegraph and

sTinDOwder. and steam engines, and

other great inventions, tell into his
silo while pottering around the ibarn

yard one afternoon, and before he
could scramble out had swallowed a
tremendous gulp of the liquid at the

(bottom, which had been produced by.

the fermented ensilage.
Inclined at first to rage, his sput sputters
ters sputters of distress were turned to ejac ejac-ultaions
ultaions ejac-ultaions of delight, as there swept
over his entranced mind a realiza realization
tion realization that lie had discovered a way to
beat the local option laws and the
city liquor man iwho sold him 'bot 'bottled
tled 'bottled prussic acid and prune juice with

a deceptive latoel on it. The silo had
been a still house, and he hadn't
known it.
Quickly the news spread among
the .neighbors. It crossed (Missouri
in a night, and swept Kansas like a
prairie fire. In a couple of days ft
was up in Iowa, and the news had
become the topic of conversation at
every crossroads general store, in

Nebraska. In a week the Saturday

night importation of "red eye" from
"town" had fallen off 50 per cent, in
-half a hundred counties in the corn

belt, and the St. Paul and Chicago

supply houses were deluged with or
ders for silos.

The agricultural department ex

perts had heen trying for years to
induce the farmers of the West to

adopt the silo, and save -60 per cent.

of the food value in cornstalks,

which now go to waste, and when

Tama Jim Wilson heard the news

about the sudden demand for these
moil prn necessities of the if arm he

prepared to get out a bulletin. Mean

while silo jags are spreading thru

red handanna land like an epidemic

of mumps at a prep, school, and

farmers are making ensilage now

who used to plow their cornstalks

under and buy feed for the stock.
Great is science! Washington Post.

Miss Emma Fielding arrived last

Wednesday from iDade City, where

she has 'been visiting with 'friends,

and will visit for a while with her

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. X. 'Fielding.

Mrs. J. GEJ. 'Murrey, of Gainesville,

is in town visiting with her parents,

Mr. and Mrs. W. iN. Fielding.
Mr. lEarle C. 'Davenport and Prof.

A. B. Connor were anions the busi

ness visitors to Ocala last wek.

&Ir. Tremere went to Ocala on the

Tuesday noon train for the purpose
of attending the IB. P. O. iE. meeting

held that night.
Mr. Leigh Dillard, of Savannah,
spent last Saturday, Sunday and
Monday in town visiting with the
T re mere's.

as a nasseneer.

.Mr. John iMcAllister, just to the One of these Interesting and Enter

south of town, is always having ex exciting
citing exciting little incidents happen. The
last notable achievement was to
find a small sized rattlesnake, about
six feet long, with nine rattles. 'Mac.
knew that this snake had no 'busi 'business
ness 'business on his property and speedily ex

tinguished the venomous reptile.

'Mrs. M. A. Tremere came in last

Tuesday morning having the last

four weeks at Barrington, Darien,
'Fort Frederica, St. Simons, iBruns iBruns-wick
wick iBruns-wick and other Georgia towns.
Misses Eleanor and iMinnie Tre Tremere
mere Tremere and Birdie Hackney, and Mr.
Leigh, of Savannah, drove to (North
Lake Weir last Sunday afternoon
and enjoyed the !beautles and com comforts
forts comforts of the Connor place.

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

terest 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-

inclv 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 in his soul shr

Realizing these (facts, Dr. George

Selden Waldo, director of the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua circuit of Florida, of which

In Glass Jugs, Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if yon prefer
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 "Johnny's Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of-It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

MO(0EE9 PR0PIMET0R

OCALA, FLORIDA

Str r t,
-il '- II II 111 I "H .. Ml... .11 ..llllll II

Located in Ocala, Fla., Expert worJs
guaranteed. References given.
Associated with Herbert Lattner
distributor
W. W. Kimball Co., Ocala.

State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
iFrank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing (business In

the city of Toledo, county and state this city 'is a member, has Inaugurat Inaugurat-aforesaid,
aforesaid, Inaugurat-aforesaid, and that said firm willL. 0 ,,,1 wntt t rh of

nov 1iD cum rfTVITT! iTTTTiVTYP TriT"l

111? tuiiuiduquas uuuci uio luauaoc-

OOJJLiAKiS for each and every case

of catarrh that canot foe cured 'by
the use of MALL'S CATARRH

CURE. Frank J. Cheney.

Sworn to (before me and subscrib

ed in my presence, this 6th day of

December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)

IA. W. Gleason, Notary Public.

Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter

nally and acts directly upon the

blood and mucous surface of the sys

tem. Send lor testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold 'by all druggists, 75 cents.

. TaKe wan s Jbamiiy puis lor con

stipation, adv

SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE

Southbound

No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville

9:30 p. m.: arrives Ocala 1:40 a

n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.

No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville

: 30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;

artives Tampa 5:40 p. m.

No. 9 limited J?,aves Jacksonville

ll:S0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p

m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. 'm.
( Northbound

uo. z. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;

arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.: arrive.

Jacksonville 6:4t a. m.

i No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;

ment.

Each city will conduct its. own in

dividual contest. Judges will 'be se selected
lected selected from among the local well
known musicians and probably one

from among the celebrated music

ians who will appear on the program.

To the winner of the contest at

each Chautauqua Dr. Waldo will pre

sent a handsome gold medal.

Absolutely 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

upon the piece to be played in the

Chautauqua contest.

Conditions of entrance into the

contest will ibe as follows:

Any white boy or girl of eighteen
years or under, residing in the state

of. Florida.

Contestants must have at no time
taught piano or been employed as a

paid pianist.
Piece must be memorized.

Piece must be by recognized corn-

arrives Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves poser of high grade music.

arrives Jackson- No "ragtime" permitted.

Ocala 1:30 p. m.

ville 5:20 p. m.

No. iu limited leaves Jampa j p.

m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives

Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

L man

up

in Georgia

L. ALEX AM BE

PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than LU7 other
contractor in the city.

who ifeels

deeply interested in the happenings
of Belleview, sends in the necessary

wherewith to entitle hum to fifty-

two installments of the Weekly Star.
Please see that he receives them
promptly.

Mr. and 'Mrs. I. I. Strong spent the
week end in iBelleview visiting with

Mr. and Mrs. I. (N. Nichols.

Mrs. Helen C. Northery of Jack

sonville is visiting with her daugh

ter, Mrs. V. D. Pratt.

Mr. John Lyles, of Dunnellon is
making auite a protracted stay in

Belleview, on account of

CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY
"I advised the 'boys' when they
enlisted for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and
nave received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. "Hough "Hough-land,
land, "Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth

er traveling or at home should be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv

A Great Relief.
"Say, old man, you're looking a hun-

Jred per cent better than ycu did a
fear ago." "i was worrying about
my debts then." "Ail paid now, eh?"

'No; but they have grown so that I

inow there is no use trying to Day

hem.- I tell you it's a great lead oft

ny mind."

CHAMBERLAIN'S LINTMENT
If you are ever troubled with

aches, pains or soreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good

qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from' rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the

best results. It is especially valu

able for lumbago and lame back.

For sale by all dealers. Adv

Only Rerned.
Life is thick sown with thorns, and
I know of no other remedy than to
pass through them quickly. The long longer
er longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the
greater is their power to harm ua.
Voltaire.

DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED
My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as much as 12

years ago. At that time I was seri

ously ill with summer complaint.

One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble." writes Mrs. C. V. Flnrpnoo

Rockfield. Ind. For s1a ihv all dPal.

xne saui- ers. Adv

No piece shall take over ten min

utes for its rendition.

The piece must be fourth grade or

higher.
Contestants will be marked,
among other things, on the follow-
Position, memory, expression, and
execution.
All would-be contestants should
send their names at once to Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua com committee,
mittee, committee, and he In turn will refer the

the name to the chairman of the
piano contest committee.,

In addition to the above" contest,

there will he another one in decla declamation,
mation, declamation, in which Dr. Waldo will

also award a gold medal to the win

ner. Details of the declamation con

test will be given later.

( OPEN Dai AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot

corner. .Meals a la carte ana luncnes
at any aour. Adv.

Twelve acre farm, excellent land,
all equipped with farming machin machinery
ery machinery and good horse, l1 miles from
city hall. Will rent or work on
shares. Apply P. O. Box 369, Ocala,
Fla. 6-31-Ot

The wars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get the
BIG LOAF of bread for 5 cents just
as you Iii before the wars be begun.
gun. begun. .. 8-26-tf

Valuable Tungsten.
Two pounds of tungsten will funrlah
material for filaments for about 50,000
electric bulbs, for each filament is
only one-twelve-hundredth of an inch
in diameter. The current passing
through the filament heats it to an in incredible
credible incredible degree until It Is almost white
hot, producing a mellow, clear light of
great brilliancy.

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The Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray A)., and Troxler's stands.
larger quarters, more fully equippe:! nl will be rna
i r icily ethical linen.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

accuracy sfx.L'rfrry

Marlon County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.:
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees,

First consideration and especial attention given mali trmcii.

: WMSe te Llie
Teams For Rent light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
BEAVEH BOARD
Superior to Plaster
. or Celling in
Quality or Price.
IXVKSIGATE.

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COLLIER BM)., Proprietors.

COULD

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WALK

ABOUT

And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin Vincent
cent Vincent VI zz Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.

Pleasant Hill. N. C "I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Walter
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
housework.

I also had dreadful pains in my back

and sides and when one of those weak,

sinking spells would come on me, I

would have to give up and lie down,

until it wore off.

I was certainly in a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided to try
Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I firmly

believe 1 would nave died if I hadn't

taken it.

After I began taking Cardui, I was

greatly helped, and all three bottles re relieved
lieved relieved me entirely.

I fattened up, and grew so much

stronger in three months, I felt like an

other person altogether."

Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle-

acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic

effect, on the womanly constitution.

Cardui makes for increased strength.

improves the appetite, tones up the ner

vous system, and helps to make pale,

sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.

Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.

WriU to: Chattanooga Meildn Ox. LaX4'. A.

:.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for tree l

vlscry Dept.

struct.' oris on your cut and 64-pe book.

Treatment for Wcwoea.

seat la plain writ per.

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Don't Judge Our Special Sale by many that you have seen in the
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 give our patrons the benefit of the saving. Neither do we claim
that; we are reducing the stock and closing it out, and all the while
carting 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. . .

T! Tl

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For F

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8:30 to 9 A.M. 11 to 11:30 A. fyL
Dress Ginghams that sell regularly from 36 inch Nainsook, the kind that youVe
10 to 12 U per yd., 6 yds; for 39c. been paying 12jcents for
r c j 5 Yds., ror 25 cents.
Only 6 yds, to a customer. Only 5 Yards to a customer.
9:30 to 10 A. M.
. 2 to 2:30 P. M.
Lot or 4-String Brooms that usually T r ot . .
ell for 40 and 50c -17c each. Lot J Remfced s,eams
, .', size 72x90 --39c each.
9nly 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 J to i jr.
20c per yard, 6 to 10 inches wide 0 J) f
Only Ten yards to a customer
Ten Yarjls of good Mattress Ticking, the
quality that sells upward of 12 prapd
cents per yard, Saturday and Ji f5)(T
Monday only " Ut
Only Ten 4yards to a customer
Six Pairs of 35 and 50 cent slightly second
grade Black Cat Hosiery for men and l
women lisle thread, all shades, fr----2 II
Only six pairs to a customer

Fifteen Yards of Sea Island 36 inches wide,
regular 9 and 10c values, on Saturday rtb
and Monday for only 5 J
Only Fifteen yards to a customer

Ten Yards of the famous A. C. A. Feather

Ticking, 20c values, Saturday and
Monday
Only Ten yards to a customer

, reamer
$1.50

Royal Blue and Peperell Sheeting, no seams,
size 81 x 90 inches; 90c and $1. -1
grades, Saturday and Monday only rrt) &
Only Four to a customer

EN'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
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BEAUTIFUL BUGS

Enthusiasm of 3Irs. Hearst Called
Forth by Ihiihlins (f the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Kxposition
San Francisco, Sept. 10. "I think
the buildings superlatively beautiful,
and already, seven months before the
opening, I could spend days at the
grounds drinking in the loveliness of
the 'whole place," said Mrs. William
Randolph 'Hearst, after a tour of the
exposition site in San 'Francisco,
where the Panama-Pacific Interna International
tional International Exposition is -daily unfolding
under the direction of artists and ar ar-tlsans
tlsans ar-tlsans assembled by the state of Cali California
fornia California to build a fitting place to oel oel-brate
brate oel-brate the completion of the Panama
canal.
'Mrs. Hearst is one of the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners from the state of New York
to the Panama-Pacific Exposition,
and Is In San Francisco to assist in
superintending of the furnishing of
the .New York 'building.
"Most of the furnishings for the
New York 'buildings at the exposi exposition
tion exposition .will be purchased in San Fran Fran-Cisco,
Cisco, Fran-Cisco, and my time in California is
given over chiefly to selections of
materials. Your shops are wonder wonderful,
ful, wonderful, and I find everything necessary
for our 1uilding. I ha,ve ibeen shop shopping
ping shopping all morning, and have enjoyed
It Immensely.
"Mr. Moore took us around the ex exposition
position exposition grounds a few days ago, and
with him to say 'Open sesame as it
were, we were admitted to the
studios where the sculptors are pre preparing
paring preparing the statuary for the exposition
and the artists are painting the mur murals
als murals that are to hang in the inner
courts. I fear that if Mr. Moore had
not ibeen along we .would not have
seen these splendid canvases, and I

would not liked to have missed them.

"The thing that I like most to
think about in connection with the

imural paintings is that they are

done by Americans. And the sculp

tors, too. The allegorical statuary

i3 superb, and to my mind fully as
interesting as anything which will (be
in the exhibits In the Palace of (Fine
iArts.
"I have ibeen to a number of expo expositions,
sitions, expositions, and have found something in
each that clung to my memory when
all the other impression died out. I
am sure that I shall carry from this
the memory of the Fine Arts Palace,
that exquisite crescent-shaped dream
of architecture facing the lagoon In
which its grace and 'beauty are again
produced as in a mirror.
"I am told that at night during the
exposition a special lighting system
will sbe employed to tbathe this palace
In .what they call 'triple imoonlignt.'

I am sure it will bethe abiding place
of the muses and everything that
goes with romance.

"The lighting of the entire expo

sition is different from anything

ever before seen, and I am so impa impatient
tient impatient to see it when the first flood of
light ds turned on from the great pro

jectors anchored out there in the

bay.
"The site is Ideal. Why, there is
no view in all the world like that
from the Tower of Jewels at the
PanamajPacific exposition. There are
majestic sweeps 'of sea or stretches of
land 'but only one Bay of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, where shores. Islands, bay and
beach blend into one intimate pic picture.
ture. picture. That's the word intimate.
Its all there right 'before your very
eye3, without turning j-our head.

"And to think of the trees trans transplanted
planted transplanted there from places where they
have grown for twenty years or
more! It Is nothing shcrt of fine
art, the .way 'Mr. John McLaren has
encompassed the wonders in garden gardening
ing gardening which make the exposition

grounds look as if they had been un

der cultivation for years and years."

Mrs. Hearst Is an ardent arvocate

of the principle of iwoman suffrage,
but is a little aghast at the idea of

women "running" for offices hitherto

held only by men. "I am so inter interested
ested interested in their tactics. I am not a
club woman as the term is common commonly
ly commonly accepted. Perhaps it is "because
I do not have time.' I have never
been in any of the San Francisco
clubs except the Century Club, but 1
judge, from what I have observed on
our visit here, that California women

have indeed profited by having clubs
of all kinds. It has given them an
assurance that to me is wonderful.
To think of women knowing and car caring
ing caring about primaries and all that sort
of thing. It quite turns my head to

hear them talking poliiics like vet veterans.
erans. veterans. But I admire it, and believe
it a splendid thing for the state.
"Even In their Exposition Work,
the women take their places with the
men, quite as a matter of course,
ready to help when they are called
upon, willing and capable, but not
obtrusive. The Woman's Board of
the Exposition Is different in its com composition
position composition and organization from the

women's auxiliary boards of previous
expositions, more efficient and I feel
sure that it is due, indirectly, to the"
fact that the western man accepts
his women folk upon the basis of
business partner and friend man to
man, so to si?ak.
"Everybody we know in iXew York
is coming. Enthusiasm and interest
is general throughout the state.
Those who have never ibeen to Cali California
fornia California are naturally curious, and
those who have been are n-aturally
desirous of coming again.
"We are going to take a house.
At least that is our plan now, and wo
will stay throughout the exposition.
Of course it is quite possible we may
have to make flying trips back and
forth but I shall be here most of .the
time. As one of the commissioners
from iXew York I wanft6 do my full
duty In that capacity. New York has
a large and 'beautiful building and
exhibit, and we want tboth td .be seen
to the very best advantage. "We will

extend true New York hospitality in
the New York building.

"I was especially impressed with

the California .Host (Building. 1 am

told it is the second largest on the

grounds. I think it is splendid that

the architects planned it In the Old
Mission style. I think the east would

have been disappointed to have found

the host building in any other archi architecture,
tecture, architecture, because we always associate

the 'Missions with California.

"In short, I 'believe that the world
will see the exposition which will
be eminently surpassing anything of
its kind ever attempted before. Ev Every
ery Every one of the exhibit palaces is a
gem in itself clear cut, classic, and
set in surroundings as beautiful a3
California could offer. And the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits will be as worth while as the
buildings In -which they are to be displayed.

ACUTE IXDIGRTIOX

"I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes iMrs. M.
J. Oallagher, Geneva. N. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended
to me for this complaint, but noth nothing
ing nothing did me much good until about
four months ago I saw Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and pro

cured a bottle of them from, our

druggist. I soon realized that I had

gotten the right thing for they

helped me at once. Since taking two
bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects Sold by all
dealers. Adv.

P HETTY COUXEII LOT CHEAP

The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North.
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. It. 01. -Carroll. 9-8-tf

No Use.
Tm going to engage In a battle cf
wits," he announced. "What's the uso
of going into battle without any r.ra r.ra-munltion?"
munltion?" r.ra-munltion?" she asked.

STOP THAT FIKST COUGH I

Check your fall cough or cold at
once don't wait it may lead to
serious lung trouble, weaken your
vitality and develop a chronic lung
ailment. Get a bottle of Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey today; it is puro
and harmless -use it freely for

that fall CQUgh or cold. If 4aby or
children are sick give It to them, it
will quickly relieve and permanent

ly. It soothes the Irritated throat,
lungs and air passages. Loosens
phlegm, is antiseptic and fortifies
the system against colds. It surely

prevents cold germs from getting a
hold. Guaranteed. Only 25 cents at

your druggists. tu- thur-fri-wk

Five to Ome

Odds Wot Bad,
Are They?
Would you not take a baace
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, that Is just what I am
Offering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
EACH.
And a big HargaJn at the Price
IX
Marion Heights
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH.
Each without Interest.
There Is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One 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 QUIClv, for they
will not last a week.
JAMES ENGESSER
PHONE 491, OH 37.
Ocala, Florida



EIGHT

THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 10. 1014

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Fraternal Union meets tonight.
'Moose meet this evening.
S. of C. V. meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
if it is from Gerig's it is of good
quality. 9-1-tf
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at, Lansford's. 8-22-tf
?Mr. OS. Hammond, a valued sub subscriber
scriber subscriber of the Star, has unoved from
Englewood to Ocala.
Six copies of sheet music for 15 c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
(Mr. W. H. Fuller has returned
frbnf a stay of a few days at Daytona
Beach.
Just remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
' Robert .Blake and Patsy Gillen
came up from the lake this morning
to deliver their Saturday 'Evening
Posts.
'Ask your doctor as to our pre prescription
scription prescription service. Gerig's the reliable
prescription pharmacists. 9-8-tf
The small 'boy team of Ocala met
the Oklawaha team at Oklawaha
Tuesday, and lost an exciting ball
frame 'by a score of 19 to 7.
Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.
During the absence of Mrs. T. H.
Wallis and family, -Mrs. F. .R. Kaiser
will have charge of Mrs. Wallis'
house on -South Second street.
Buy the great baseball game at
The iMurray Company and enjoy the
game by playing it yourself. 9-4-3t
The National Lead Co. of New
York was represented in Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Mr, 'H. Pinkney Williams.
Mr. Williams will 'be in the south for
some time.
Gerig's, the store with a clean
fountain and good carbonated 'bev 'beverages.
erages. 'beverages. 9-1-tf
Dr. John C. L'Engle, one of Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's imost prominent men, died at his
home in Jacksonville Wednesday
night.
Flower pots and jardinlers in all
sizes at Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and im implements.
plements. implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf
ANGEL OF THE GULCH
THE ALARM
eystone, 2 -reel side-splitting com
edy. The funniest film that
ever 'hit Ocala)
Good Music.
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WEATHER REPORT

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
Sept. 8 ... .92 67 .28
Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and slightly
cooler 'Friday in northeast portion.
NEW CADILLACS AVILL
HAVE EIGHT CYLINDERS
'Messrs. Knight & Lang, local dis distributors
tributors distributors of the Cadillac, have the
specifications for the 1915 cars, de deliveries
liveries deliveries on which are promised about
the first of October. The 1915 cars
will have a huge V-shaped motor,
with eight cylinders. 'All Cadillacs
will be so constructed, which neces-
1 sitated the making of new patterns
and new machinery throughout the
factory. The new car will be cue of
the most "powerful and silent running
that has ever 'been "here.
A NOT I 1 ER POSTPONEM EXT
TO SEPTEMBER 28TH
The Phi Sigma is a select home
school ifor girls and young ladies,
conducted under our home roof. 'Mrs.
Looney, the disciplinarian and man manager
ager manager of young ladies in school, is
convalescing from a severe sickness
and prefers to defer our regular
work to the 28th instant, at which
time she "will ibe entirely herself
again and ready for her active duties.
Prof. Looney 's special or private
iwork may ibegin on the 14th, either
afternoon or night. Phone 338. 10-3t
ANOTHER CARLOAD OF FORIS
Mr. lEdward Tucker unloaded a
freight car of six 'Ford aut'os yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, several of which he 'has already
placed. ; Mr. Tucker has handled
about 75 cars this season.
'Mr. Tom Livingston is in the city,
visiting his relatives and friends.
Tom has 'been a planter at 'Neeces,
S. C, 'but the war putting the cotton
crop on the iblink, he has gone on the
road again, selling National gasoline
stoves. Tom says gasoline will he
down to 10 cents a gallon by Christ Christ-mass.
mass. Christ-mass. Gerig's Drugstore proudly points
to its record for the last year. A
year ago it ranked twenty-fifth
among Rexall drugstores in cities of
the Ocala class. This year it has
moved up to twelfth, and 'Messrs.
Gerig, Green, Killebrew and Fox are
going to shove it up several more
notches in the next twelve months.
;ix copies or sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 1,1 S-22-tf
'Mr: 'Marcus Frank will leave Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for 'New York City, where he
will tbuy 'his fall and winter stock of
goods, and while conditions are not
what we would wish for, he says he
is going to conduct 'his business
along lines that will .bring him a full
share of the business.
Judge W, S. Bullock and Col. HI.
M. (Hampton will leave tomorrow
morning for Crystal River, where
they will sepnd two days fishing, go going
ing going down to the gulf in a motor
iboat.
Dr. W. G. McKay left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for his home in Jacksonville,
after a short visit with his friend
and former college mate, Dr. H. F.
Watt.
We now have, new crop rye seed
for sale, i.tcala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
Mr. Will -Mock, Jr., of Jacksonville
is in the city far- a visit to 'his par parents
ents parents on iXorth Orange street. His
many Ocala friends will be pleased to
know that he has met with splendid
success in the metropolis.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. S-22-tf
Frank Gadson, James LaRoche
and Reubin Mitchell left this after afternoon
noon afternoon fcr Boston, Mass, to attend the
session of the 'biennial movable com committee,
mittee, committee, which is the national execu executive
tive executive department of the colored Odd
t'ellows of 'America. T hey expect to
bringat fleast one of the national of offices
fices offices to the state.

JAKE KLEIN TO QUIT BUSINESS

Jake Klein, one of Ocala's most
successful merchants, is going to
quit reire from business in Ocala
forever, ille will leave the city about
the first of October, and move to
Akron, Ohio, where he will engage
in business.
'Mr. Klein has 'been in business in
Ocala for more than 20 years, and
has 'built up his business from a
stock of less than $100 to one of
over $25,000. Some time since he
made & contract with the Cole
Special Sales Company to dispose of
his stock, and these gentlemen have
been in charge of the store for the
'past week, getting everything in
readiness for the sale. They have
had the store. closed yesterday and
-today, while every article of mer
chandise in the great stock is being
marked down to" the slaughter
prices. s
Mr. B. Goldman, who will occupy
the store room on or soon after
October 1st, is assisting the sales
people in the great closing out sale.
The sale has been extensively ad
vertised. Tens of thousands of piec
es of advertising matter nave been
circulated and large advertisements
inserted in al It he local ipapers, and
teh public for miles around is expetc expetc-ed
ed expetc-ed to attend the sale.
Many inducements are being offer offered,
ed, offered, among them, any one within a
radius of 25 miles, 'purchasing $20
or more of goods at the sale will
have his or her railroad fare refund refunded.
ed. refunded. -Fifty dollars in merchandise will
foe given away, in prizes, absolutely
free, to be distributed among the cus customers.
tomers. customers. Few times in the history of mer merchandising
chandising merchandising have 'been as opportune
as this for holding a great sale, and
the Klein store is taking full advan advantage
tage advantage of the Conditions, and 'have
simply slanghtered the prices on
everything in the ibig stock.
They are confidently expecting the
greatest sale ever held In the city.
The sale opens at 9 o'clock tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, Friday, morning, Sept. 11th.
HOWARD ACADEMY TO OPEN
'Ho ward Academy twill open Sept.
14th, next iMonday. Prof. J. ,D. IMc IMc-Call,
Call, IMc-Call, who 'has 'been principal of this
school for a number of years, has
made a most excellent record for the
school and stands "high with the
school board and the colored educa educational
tional educational interests of the state. He has
this year an able corps of assistants
and the patrons of the school can be
assured of ihonest and efficient ser service.
vice. service. 'Prof. McCall is a rigid discip disciplinarian
linarian disciplinarian and requires his teachers to
measure up to the standard of effi efficiency
ciency efficiency .prescribed by the hoard. In
the examinations, that were conduct conducted
ed conducted this -week he found one of the ap applicants
plicants applicants cheating and the person was
removed from the examinations.
PLACED UNDER BOND
A warrant was issued yesterday
from the county judge's office for the
arrest of 'Mr. W. (B. Newbern, in con connection
nection connection -with the cutting scrape of
Tuesday evening in which Andrew
Goldwire, colored, received several
very serious wounds.
Newbern was placed under a $500
'bond for appearance in the county
judge's court on a charge of assault
with intent to murder. (His trial is
set for October 1.
Goldwire is said to he in a critical
condition.
The case against iNewbern in the
municipal court on a charge of fight fighting
ing fighting has also 'been postponed until
Oct. 1, awaiting the result of the
wounds received (by Goldwire.
CONSIDER THIS ARGUMENT
Which Is More Economical?
CO Gals. Pure Ready Ready-Mixed
Mixed Ready-Mixed Paint at. .$2.25 $133.00
or
30 Gals. DAVIS
2-4-1 PAINT at. 2.25 67.50
30 Gals. Pure Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil at 70 21.00
$88.50
A clear saving of $46.50, or pro proportionately
portionately proportionately more if Linseed Oil is
cheaper. For Sale by the MARION
HARDWARE C03IPANY.
Justifies Impatient Father.
Law Notes quotes the following from
the opinion of Justice Riddell of the
high court of justice, Ontario, in a
habeas corpus case over tne custody
of a ch.ld: "And even if he did not
wish his sleep to be broken by a cry crying
ing crying infant, it is understood that this is
not without precedent in the tendereet
and most conscientious of fathers,"

PRESENTS FOR EVERYBODY'

Each Grown Person Present at the
Globe Tomorrow Morning at
Nine Receives One
In order to make the Globe's big
Ten Day Special Sale a record break breaker,
er, breaker, Mr. Malever has decided to give
away absolutely free a number of
valuable presents on the opening
day, Friday, September 11th.
This new plan of the Globe's is
bound to prove a big affair in Ocala's
merchandising 'history as it is so far
from the ordinary plan for giving
away presents.
As a general thing in awarding
presents there is a "string" attached
requiring the recipient to purchase a
certain amount of goods, but in this
instance it is nyi so. All that is re
quired is that the person be grown
and be in the store promptly at 9
9 o'clock, at which time the distribu distribution
tion distribution will be made. The preesnts are
all valuable and useful in any house household.
hold. household. There is no limit as to the n amber
of these packages that will be given
away every man and woman pres present
ent present is sure to get one Just for beiuir
on hand at the proper time. I
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The half hour specials for tomor
row are real values and any com-j
petitor will tell you so if you'll take,
the trouble to ask him. Take for in instance
stance instance our sugar deal ask a groc-
i
eryiman; then, again, our broom
deal ask any dealer.
One of the oeanties about the
Globe's line is that it is ibrand new
no old self worn goods to get rid of.
Be sure to call during the open opening
ing opening opening day and also on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Read the big Globe ad in to today's
day's today's paper.
"Don't Pay More." d-lt
KKXDRICK CASE IX COURT
A case involving the ownership of
a horse and buggy in the Kendrick
neighborhood was tried in Judge
Smith's court yesterday afternoon. It
was a replevin case of Rosa (Lewis vs.
W. Z. Bent. The entire afternoon
was taken up with hearing the many
witnessed produced. (Mr. W. M. Gober
represented the prosecution,, while
the defense was represented by
Messrs. Bullock. & 'Mershon. After
hearing the testimony and arguments
of counsel on iboth sides, a verdict
was rendered In favor of the defend defendant,
ant, defendant, and the cost placed on the
plaintiff. 1
Six copies of sheet music for lKc
at Lansford's. s 8-22-tf
RHEUMATISM PAIXS STOPPED
The first application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without Tubbing
-it stops the rheumatic pains
around the joints and gives relief
and comfort. Don't suffer! Get jl
'bottle Hoday! It Is a family medi
cine for all pains, hurts, bruises,
cuts, sore throat and chest pains.'
Prevents infection. 'Mr. Chas. H.
Wentworth, California, writes: "It
did wonders for -my rheumatism.
pain Is gone as soon as I apply it. I
recommend it to my friends as the
best liniment I ever used." Guar
anteed.
9
cents, at your drug-tues-thurs-fri-w
gist.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
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Lost Found, Wanted, For Sals
For Rant and Similar Local Heeds
FOR SALE wcond nam gas stove
cheap for cash; can be iput In good
shape for small amount. Address
Box 317, Ocala, Fla. 2-9-6t
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
terms. 92-2 w
LOST A pair of eyeglasses in skel skeleton
eton skeleton gold frames. Were los 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. King avenue and
E. T. Helvenston's store. Finder
will receive reward if same is re returned
turned returned to 'Miss Dorothy Schrelb Schrelb-er.
er. Schrelb-er. 9-3-2t
FOR RENT Desirable family house
at No. 20 Herbert St.; electric
lights, gas, hot and cold water in
large hath room; $25 rent per
month. Apply on premises. Mrs.
Wm. E. Sinclair. 9-3-4t
FOR SALE Sawed ceiar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
PURSE LOST today, Thursday, be between
tween between 1 and 1:30 p. m., between
the court house and residence of
Mr. G. A. Carmiohael. 'Finder -will
please return to this office or to
Mrs. Weller Carmichael and re receive
ceive receive suitable reward. 9-10-

Every business man knows how difficult it is to keep the pigeon holes and drawers
of his desk free from the accumulation of uelc-3 papers. Every housewife knows
how difScult it is to keep her home free from t! no cumulation of all manner
of useless things. So it is with the bedy. It iz U.r.cu!t to keep it free from the
accumulation of waste matter. Unlcs3 tho rrr c: i-, p romptly eliminated the machin machinery
ery machinery of the body soon becomes clogged. This iz tho tcaning of moat human ills.
DILFIERCLS
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
(In Tablet or Liquid Form)
Assists the stomach in the proper digestion of food, which U turned into health health-rustaining
rustaining health-rustaining blood and ell poisonous wacte matter is rpeedily disposed of through
Nature's channels. It rallies men end vrornen c!c-r-h ended and able-bodied restores
to them the heclth and ctrjngth of youth. Kot7 la the tirzj fx your rejuTexAtioa,
Send CO cents for a trial box cf ihia medicine
Send 31 one-ctnt ttarrr f Dr. rirrre"a Common Sen Mcl
AdfUer 1003 page wcilh 2 h.-.-xV La ca of family tiirmti

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ATTENTION 1
It was decided at the meeting of
the Greenwood Cemetery Associa Association
tion Association 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 requested
quested requested to attend to their lots be before
fore before Sept. 24th, and put them in
order. Leave contributions, with
(Mrs. J. E. Chace or Mrs. C. R. Ty Ty-dings.
dings. Ty-dings. Mrs. R. A. Burford,.
Chmn. Cemetery- Assn.
DIZZY? BILIOUS? CONSTIPATED?
Dr. -King's New Life Pills will
cure you, cause a healthy flow of bile
and rid your stomach and bowels Of
waste and fermenting body poisons.
They are a tonic to your stomach
and liver and tone the general sys system.
tem. system. First dose will cure you of
that depressed, dizzy, "bilious and
constipated condition. 25c. all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, tues-thrus-fri-w
Earth's Temperature.
It has long been known that the tem temperature
perature temperature below the earth's surface In Increases
creases Increases at the rate of about one degree
per hundred feet, or 50 decrees per
mile. If the rate of increase were con constant,
stant, constant, the temperature at the relative relatively
ly relatively small depth of 100 miles would be
above the melting point of all sub substances
stances substances under ordinary surface condi-'
tions.
His Large Audience.
Joseph Parker of London, on one
occasion was congratulated by a friend
of ours on the fact that his sermons
were very widely read. "Yes," said
Dr. Parker, with a twinkle in his eye,
"the front seats of my auditorium are
in the Himalayas and the back seats
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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
t is a necessity. To supply that ne-
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Our Business,
Steam Laundry
Main Street
Phone 101.
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Training for- Hour of Need.
Be systematically heroic in little
unnecessary points. Every day do
something fcrnd other reason than
its difficulty, .so that, IX an hours of
need should come, It may And you
trained to stand the test The man
who has dally inured himself to hab habits
its habits of concentrated attention, energet energetic
ic energetic will, and self-denial In unnecessary
things, will stand like a tower when
everything rocks around him. WI1 WI1-tara
tara WI1-tara James.
Child Llablo fo Be Spoiled.
At Zarantanto there has just oo oo-curred
curred oo-curred a case which is probably
unique of Its kind A child has been
born while Its father, grandfather,
great-grandfather and great-greatgrandfather
are all liring. Its name is
Urritlcoechea, and the family are
Basque farm laborers. The great greatgrandfather
grandfather greatgrandfather and great-great-grandfather
have-acted aa godfather to the
child. The-unitM ramlly constitute
aearljr n. whole vP'"
Best Way to Darn.
By darnlngr. diagonally across the
weave, Instead of with it, the stitchei
j are not nearly so likely to pull away
I from the-edgta. of the darned spot.
This is" an "especially good method
to be used Twhere stitches have been
: dropped.
A. Di BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main. Street, next door
;to the-City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Block,
where he is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag-nolia-and
South Second Street, where
he will be pleased to see his friends
and customers.
FIRST CLASS FAMILY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY" PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.

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