The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11,. 1914
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LDfERS OF THE FATHERLAND SHOW COURAGE

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EVER SURPASSED

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Br WEEKS OF INCESSANT MARCHING AND FIGHTING. AND SHORT OF AMMUNITION
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ALLEGES, HOWEVER, THAT ALLIES ARE HOT F0LL01IG UP

ris, 'Sept. 11. The most furi-

is fighting of the war-is progress-

in-between Vitrv Le Francois and

Verdun, where the German losses is

appaling. ,The artillery duel has

jraged for seventy- wo hours, inter inter-ppersed
ppersed inter-ppersed 'with Infantry attacks and
jcavalry charges, 'with fierce hand to
jhand clashes.. Both sides are fight fight-ling
ling fight-ling like madmen.
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lAJjLtlKM tVUK OX THE OFFENSIVE

Reports to the government now
ndicate that all danger of the allied

rmies ibeing surrounded has ipassed.

Hhe iFrench and .British have taken

he offensive at many -points and at
others the Germans 'are unsuccessful
n desperate concentrated efforts to
)reak thru the line.

SEATING THE GERMANS BACK

The Germans are retreating along
e Ourcq river. (After fifty-eight

ours in an attempt to pierce the

.Hied :front, the German retreat is

ep-OTed to have developed into a

out. The Germans in the vicinitv

bf tXancy shave 'been driven back ten

niles.

AMMUNITION ALMOST OUT
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The Germans are short of ammu

nition and are stripping cartridge

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RRITISII CAVALRY IS BIUVE
The British cavalry is given much
redit for hurling the Germans back
wenty-flve miles in one day.
iERMANS DISPLAY THE GREAT GREATEST
EST GREATEST GALLANTRY
The Germans are sacrificing
housands of lives in a vain effort to
ut thru the -allies front. They have
barged time after time into a pert
ect hell of artillery fire, with the
Hies infantry ibehind the artillery
eady to meet the Germans should
he artillery prove ineffective.

gress. The allies are forcing the

Germans -back, tout "a fierce battle is

raging all along the line. Fifteen
thousand prisoners and many war

munitions have, been captured.

BELGIANS ARE

COMING BACK

ARE ADVANCING FROM ANT ANTWERP
WERP ANTWERP AND AVON RATTLE AT
AERSCHOT
Antwerp, Sept. 11. It is officially
stated that the Germans have evac evacuated
uated evacuated the region 'between 'Antwerp
and Ghent, and are ibeing pushed by
the Belgians toward 'France.
The Belgians won a battle at Aer Aer-schot.
schot. Aer-schot. REOCCUPIED TERMONDE
Ostend, Sept. 11. Belgians have
reoccupied Termonde.

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TO PARIS

HT1MISTIC REPORTS OF GREAT

BATTLE SENT BY THE
ALLIES
Paris, Sept. 11, 3 p. nr. An of of-cial
cial of-cial statement gives an optimistic
iew of the great battle now in pro-

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WITH ENERGY

PAYS HIGH TRIBUTE TO BRITISH TROOPS, WHO, GERMIS SAY, ARE THE

OBSTACLE BETWEEN THE!, AND PARIS

PRINCIPAL

AGREEMENT OF THE ALLIES TO

'MAKE PEACE ONLY ONE
FOR ALL

Jfetrograd, Sept. 11. Japan has

joined in the agreement not to con

elude peace with Germany and Aus

tria. until all the allies agree to the

terms.

ARE BEGIIG

TO ARRIVE

ULGARIA IS

FEELING BETTER

EXTERED INTO ALLIANCE WITH
GREECE AGAINST THEIR
OLD ENEMY
Bucharest, Sept. 11. Bulgaria
and Greece have formed an alliance,
agreeing to- act together if Turkey
enters the war as an ally of Germany
and Austria.

THE REINFORCEMENTS RUSHED

FROM THE RHINE TO MEET
THE RUSSIANS
Petrograd, Sept. 11. The Ger Germans
mans Germans nave taken the offensive in
East Prussia anil the Russians are
falling back.

CROWN PRINCE BRINGING
HIS COHORTS

UP

AVILSON USED HIS YETO

Disapproved of Amendments to Pos Postal
tal Postal Banks Measure
Washington, Sept. 11. The pres president
ident president today vetoed the bill amending
the postal savings bank measure to
allow larger amounts deposited.

PIANO TUNING, $3.00

During September and October we
will tune your piano for 3, cash
when work is finished. A No. 1 tuner.
Work guaranteed. Phone 207.' A.

M. Lansford.

' Copenhagen, Sept. 11 A dispatch
from Stettin says that parts of Koc Koc-nigsberg
nigsberg Koc-nigsberg under bombardment by the
'Russians are now in flames.

A German army, 2 00,000 strong,
under Crown Prince Frederick Will William,
iam, William, is rushing to the relief of
Koenigsberg.
POURING INTO HUNGARY THRU
THE MOUNTAIN PASSES
Petrograd, Sept. 11. The war of office
fice office admits that the Russians are
falling back today from East Prus Prussia,
sia, Prussia, where the Germans have been
reinforced and are taking the offen offensive.
sive. offensive. The 'Russian army which is operat operating
ing operating against the Austrians has reach reached
ed reached the Carpathian mountains and is
entering Hungary through the moun mountain
tain mountain passes.

Berlin, (via Amsterdam) Sept. 11.
It is officially announced today
that the allies, Teinforced, have tak taken
en taken the offensive in France, and the
Germans are falling back upon their
supports. The Germans are retreat retreating
ing retreating in good order.
ALLIES ARE NOT ENERGETIC
The allies, despite their superior
numbers,' nave failed to pursue the

retreating Germans with energy.
JUST PRAISE TO BRITISH FROM
GERMANS
'Although Britain is the hated foe
of Germany, all the wounded "brought
back' pay the highest tribute to the
courage of the British, declaring
they are the greatest obstacle in the
way of the march on Paris.

CLOSE CALL
FOR THE KAISER

A FRENCH AVIATOR DROPPED
BOMBS ALMOST ON HIS
TENT
Amsterdam, Sept. 11. LA report
published here says that the kaiser
and 'his general staff narrowly escap escaped
ed escaped death when the allies aviators
dropped bombs in the vicinity of the
German headquarters.

grain of pictures preceding the con concert.
cert. concert. The band requires a consid considerable
erable considerable sum of money to supply it itself
self itself with instruments, music, room
rent, lights and incidentals and the
concert will be given to procure
funds for 'this purpose. The band
boys are preparing a good program
and those who attend may be assur assured
ed assured of a delightful and profitable eve evening
ning evening spent in a worthy cause.

WILL OPERATE THE
METROIOLE HOTEL

BATTLE IN

THE BALTIC

KAISER'S SHIPS ARE. SWAPPING

SHOTS WITH THE CZAR'S
CRUISERS
Copenhagen, Sept. 11. The Dan

ish newspapers state that a naval

battle Is In progress between Ger

man and Russian squadrons off the

Aland Islands, in the Baltic Sea. The

report is unconfirmed.

SERVIANS HAVE

AUSTRIAE1 FORCE
VMS AllHILATED

SEEMS LIKE DUAL EMPIRE HAS
HARD LUCK ON LAND
AND SEA
Rome. SeDt. 11. iA-n Austrian tor

pedo, Wat in the Adriatic Sea was
blown up by a mine.
Wounded Austrians arriving at
Trieste state that all the officers of
three battalions at the battle of
Lemberg fled, and the entire (force
except fifty soldiers, was annihilated
in a forest.

Mr. M. C. Jones is having the Met Met-ropole
ropole Met-ropole rearranged Inside, since its

occupancy by the Moose Club, and
will have the-entire house put in
first-class shape and furnished
throughout. Mr. and IMrs. Jones will
conduct the house themselves as a
rooming house, and IMrs. tft. E. Brig Brig-ance,
ance, Brig-ance, who is doing so well with the
Wisteria, next -door, will probably
take charge of the dining room and
feed the guests.

GREAT CROWDS AT THE GLOBE

TOUGH LUCK FOR
AN ARMORED TRAIN

TAKEN SEMLIi

CAPTURED AUSTRIAN TOWN
ACROSS THE RIVER FROM
THEIR CAPITAL
Xish, Sept. 11. Servians have
captured Semlin, an Austrian town
across the river from Belgrade, after
a bloody 'battle.

CAROLINIANS WILL STUDY
THE PRICE OF COTTON

Crowd of German Soldiers Killed or
Captured by Cossacks

Petrograd, Sept. 11. A German
armored train was wrecked by Cos Cossacks
sacks Cossacks near Petrokoff, Russian Pol Poland,
and, Poland, and all killed or captured.

The opening day of the Globe's ten
day pedal sale was a "corker" and

the proprietor says it so far exceeded
his most sanguine expectations that
he can only say it was a "howling
success" from the time the doors

opening in tne morning until late in
the afternoon. The half hour spe specials
cials specials were gobbled up from the time
the clock reached the opening hour
until the last minute of the limit.
iXote the advertisement in today's
paper .for Saturday's specials. These
will be on sale at the prices named

all during the day.

THEY 3IAY HOLD IT THIS TIME

It is Reported the French Have Tak Taken
en Taken Mulhausen A Rain
'Rome, Sept. 11. It 13 reported
today that the 'French have captured
Mulhausen.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hoar. Adv.
The' kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen Monday, September" 28th,
1914. 9-4-20t

Six copies 'of sheet music for 15c.

at Lansford's. S-22-tf

Columbia, Sept. 11 The governor
has orderel a special session of the
South Carolina legislature to convene
Octobed 6th, for the purpose of con considering
sidering considering the cotton market and cot cotton
ton cotton situation.

EVERYBODY ATTEND

Benefit Concert at the Temple This
Evening for the Band
The Metropolitan- Band will give
one of its excellent concerts Friday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Temple
theater. There will be a good pro-

Globe-Wernicke cablnet3 not only
save you work, but improve the looks
of your office. Get one at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. p-1 l-3t
Flower pots and Jardlnlers in all
sizes a; Ocala Seed Store. S-lS-tf

Six copies of sheet music for l.rc.

J at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

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Our Fall and Winter Stock ol Woolens is
now complete and we invite you to visit our
store and look over our line of new and up-to-the-minute
fabrics. We carry one of the great great-j
j great-j est assortments of woolens shown outside of
v New York and Chicago and will make to your
individual measure.,
Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed.

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DIRECT FROM THE MILLS TO YOU.
SAVE THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT.
Compare Material and Workmanship with others
that cojft you $25 TO $35.

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ENGLISH WOOLEN MILL:

WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
Cam Building, OCALA, FLA.

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAli, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
f, R. Carroll, Geaercl Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter.

PUOXE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
Xm year, in advance. .... .$5.00
Jhx months, in ad ranee.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, ji advance.... .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six monthi, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moDh, in advance.... .80

Japan has joined the agreement of
Britain, Russia and France not to
make peace till all are (willing.

Experience is a dear scnool, hut
the Boers and Japs seem to have
been efficient teachers in it to the
(British -and (Russians.

If the report today that Greece
and Bulgaria nave formed an alliance

against Turkey. is true, both those
jpowers have returned to their proper

senses.

It is now reported that CRou mania

wants to go into the war as an ally

of Ttussia. The Austrian province
of Transylvania is populated by a
race of people akin to the Rouman Roumanians,
ians, Roumanians, and would probably welcome
the change of governments.

once to confer with the business men
on the plan, and put it in operation

at once.

As will be seen by the minutes of
the special meeting of the .board held
Sept. 7. the commissioners will use

all Marion county convicts on the

roads. This is a good move, but

there are not enough convicts to

keep the roads in repair, -let alone

build new ones.

If the nlan set forth is -put into

A

successful operation, the colored peo

pie must do their part at 'working at

a living wage. They must under

stand that the county is utterly una

hble to give them gilt-edged pay, and

that the move is made to relieve their

present need and help them to earn

an honest living. It will be part of

the "white man's -burden," and they

should try to make it as lignt as

BURBA NK

Burbank, Sept. 10. 'Mr. J. H.

Peterson has returned to his old

home and family east of Burbank,

after spending the summer in Bould

er, Colo.

Afpssrs- 'H. Graham. J. Hanev and

F ,T,nnPM-nrthv snpnt Sundav at Sil-1 y

.o -w -- i n

Those taking advantage of the ex

cursion "Labor Day" 'were Messrs. H.

Abbott, J. Petterson and ill. Lang-worthy.

Mrs. R. Starling came up from the

south to visit friends in iBurbank and

her son at Graham ville.

Mr. Clarence E. Turner left Tues-

dav for a visit to his old home in

Atlanta, Ga.

You could not tell it was 'La'bor

Day" in Burbank but one way and

that was by the few flags that were

hanging out.

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oari r r.rsA vl-o. tinst" Tlie nossiDie oy uoing gooa worK ior

Star has somewhere heard that the themselves and their county.

motto was put on the coins after The Star also suggests that if the
Franklin .was dead. The public plan is put in operation, -that the
doesn't live up to the present senti- Qrst force of men employed be put to
.r-,,rAn' hoi-A o?r nnv work on the Blitchton road. The

' . x .t.i I v1v sit iTTomeland school house last

the motto suggested by rest oi xne counxy nas negiec-ieu mai ,7

section, and the omission should 'be I rjaay nisnu

repaired as soon as possible.

COTTON PLANT

iRev. Mann closed the revival ser-

attention to
Franklin.

AN EXCELLENT IDEA

A number of our public-spirited
business men are at work on a plan

that if properly carried out will

According to the reports of the
last three days, the war seems to be
going in favor of the allies, but they
are not out of the woods yet. The
Germans may come back; they have
done so several times before. -They
may rally and be at the gates of
Paris next week.

The Russians claim to have five
million men on the Austro-German
frontier. Quite a crowd and if (Rus (Russia
sia (Russia is supplying them with food and
ammunition, the German machine
faas nothing on its Slavonic -competitor.
Tlie world may decide the
Shivs are some folks, after all, by
the time this war is over.

lieve immediate need in a large ele element
ment element of our 'working class, improve
our roads at once and give our far farmers
mers farmers necessary help next season.
It is an old and true saying that it
never rains (but it pours, so it is not
wonderful that the troubles brought
upon us by the war should follow a
short crop and the hardest season on
Florida farmers for many years, not
to speak of the state sharing in the
general depression caused by polit political
ical political and economic uncertainty since
1012. When we add to this that

The president 'proclamation,
asking that Oct. 4 ibe observed as a
day of prayer for peace, is a good

re- one. .lhe tar doesn t tninK xne su

preme being will pay any attention

to the prayers. iHe could have pre prevented
vented prevented the war if he had seen fit to
do so, and lie -will stop it when he
thinks the time Jias come, irrespect irrespective
ive irrespective of the prayers of individuals or
nations. But it will make the peo people
ple people feel 'better and kinder towards
one another, and such of the Eu Europeans
ropeans Europeans as hear of it will feel kinder
toward us.

The ground the allies and Germans
are fighting on northeast of Paris
could 'be paved with the foones of the

"Plrvrifln lei sr tjitnnprl amctT& the

. ., ... ,unJ'ien killed on it since -history begun.
states of the Union that war troubles ...

1 "The Star "points with rpride" to
'the place the (Marion. County Board
of Trade takes in all the attempts
made, in the state to benefit the far farmer,
mer, farmer, shipper and business man. It
is away up front, and wins respect
for our city and county. It does
hese things because iRooney, the
--secretary, (knows how, and the great
majority of the 'board backs shim up.
'''The leading: farmers and business

rsneu should observe the work of the
aoard ind apply for membership.' It
'i. is possible for any man of moderate
.nvcas to join, and the more mem-
injurs it has the greater good it can
flo. :

hit her firsthand the revival of vbusi vbusi-ness
ness vbusi-ness will probably come to her last,
the wonder is not that we are now
so worried that we are doing, so
well.
The war has hard hit our two
greatest industries 'phosphate and
naval stores. The ..lumber industry
also will feel it, and cotton is for the
present out of business, tho that will
not effect this part of the state very
much. The first three named, how
ever, have emnloved thousands of

men, most of them negroes, who are
now out of work.
Most of these negroes are 'honest
and 'hardworking men. The state
can't allow them to starve, neither Is
it able to feed and keep them in idle idleness.
ness. idleness. The tplan proposed -is for our
county commissioners to set an ex

ample to the rest of the state by giv giving
ing giving these men work on the public

roads. That road improvement is

greatly needed,

Caesar's 'legions met the Gauls there

2000 years ago. The greatest -battle
history records up to this war was
fought around Chalons -between the
hosts of LAttila and the combined
Roman and Gothic armies in 451 A.

D. A million men were engaged and
250,000 were left tlead on the
field. From that time up to the
reign of lLouis XIV. of 'France, a
decade seldom passed without some
war adding to the number of .battle .battlefields.
fields. .battlefields. !A hundred years ago, Na Napoleon
poleon Napoleon was fighting all Europe on
the same ground, and came very near
winning. And forty-four years ago

the Germans were marching victor victoriously
iously victoriously over it toward Paris. They
are (being pressed (back now, nut
nobody knows what another week
will ibring.

He nreached some

very interesting and helpful sermons

iMessrs. (Morris and Veal butchered

two beeves Tuesday and carried them

to Ocala.

iMr. and 'Mrs. L. A. Pooser,. o

Vewhrrv. snent a few days -here

with friends last week.

'Misses Sara Ferguson and (Florence

Cork were callers in 'Cotton Plant

last Wednesday afternoon. LMiss Fer

guson is visiting her grand 'parents,
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. S. Weathers, Miss

Cork spent the week end with her.
Miss Cork was the former teacher of
our school and 'has many friends here

who were all glad to see her.
Miss Tmogene Stephens, of Ocala,
who has 'been with her aunt, IMrs.
Jim Brooks, for several weeks is vis visiting
iting visiting IMiss 'Maud Watson, at York, a
few days before returning to her

home.
IMr. and Mrs. A. 'W. Woodward
spent Sunday with (Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Brooks. v
Miss Carrie Bareo went to Ocala
Thursday to spend a couple of days
with :Mrs. M. L. Reynolds.

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ONE THING THAT EVERY GOOD HOUSEWIFE DE DESERVES
SERVES DESERVES MOST OF ALL IS A FIRTS-CLASS NEW RANGE.
THREE TIMES EACH DAY FOR 3C5 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 IN AND PICK OUT THE
ONE SHE NEEDS. NOTHING COULD PLEASE HER MORE.

I MARION HARDWARE CO.

Phone 118,
OCALA, FLORIDA

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FnOJI NORTHWEST 3IARION
Commissioners Carmichael and
Davis:

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fFInreka. Sent". 10. 'Mrs. F. M.

Harp visited Mrs. George Kingsley, of
Daisy one day last week:
We are sorry to learn of the death
of the baby of IMr. and 'Mrs. Reuben

iHog-an, w'hich ocured on ueptemoer

7th, their friends greatly sympathize
with the 'bereaved ones.
The (Misses Friar of St. Petersburg

who have been the guests or meir

father pt this place left 'today for
Palatka, wnere they will visit more of
their relatives before returning home.

IMr. rF. M. Harp and Mr. jnaries

lHarp drove to Ocala Saturday to at

tend the sale at Rheinauer & Cos.

Quite a crowd enjoyed a day's out-

rioTi tiompn Cn m na i crn nromlses and

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mwbndv -knows. Bv thdr sigTiIficance. While this is fresh ing ax 'urange opnugs ouuua,. x

TThe Anierican National Bank at
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Pensacola was forced to close its
doors (Monday becaus!e of a run on its
cash -which was caused by mean and

malicious rumors circulated about
the :bank and its officers. The bank

was perfectly solvent but could net

sneet a "run" and keep its czzh re reserve
serve reserve up to the 'government's re requirements.
quirements. requirements. Ct is hoped that local

capital and united confidence of its

rfiTvrwnsitnrs will arrange for tne re

opening of this big concern. 'Clear 'Clearwater
water 'Clearwater 'Sun.
A man is in mighty poor business
spreading rumors about a bank. Al Almost
most Almost any foank can 'be (broken down
ty a run ibeing made on it wrhen it is

unprepared, and almost any (bank
can nveather a spell of hard times if
its depositors nave confidence in it.
A 'bank failure ibrings more trouble
to a community than any other busi business
ness business disaster. 'Men who start or add
to a run ;by pulling their own little
wads out generally lose as much or
snore in the general disaster.

setting to work on them now, on this

plan, a douible purpose can be served

their improvement and employ

ment at living wages for a large pro proportion
portion proportion of our working 'population.
The county cannot afford to pay

these men more than diving wages.

In fact, it cannot afford to 'pay them
any real money now. .But it can Is-

in the party -were Mr. and Mrs. I.

!M. iHinson and little son, Oris, Miss Misses
es Misses Clara- Atkinson. Marion' Friar,

in. our memory, suppose you expiam
to us declaration in the platform, dur during
ing during the primary campaign, that "We

D.) will te placed on .the Blitchton Carrie Friar, Stella -Friar and 'Don 'Don-road
road 'Don-road not later than the 20th of July, nfe Proctor, IMessrs. Albert 'Atkinson,

and will remain there till the roaa is Gilbert Proctor, 'Hatton Dudley,

completed," was an earnest pledge or

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OCALA HOUSE 101 OPE

Th WING to the great demand for grooms, we
( ) have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not teen 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 at
moderate prices.
Louis N. Long, Mananeg

to catch votes? Nearly two months

havfl elansed since the forces were to

have begun, and yet your pledge is un-

iiDol or? Tf vmi tnrErnt t. vnn are ex

sue scrip, and by the cooperation of usabi; : if -not. then you should he

he 'business men arcrssaia, pay on pitied rather than criticised. Tour

the debt in time

Leading among these 'business men

is iMr. Walter ,Ray of 'Martel, perhaps.

the largest .employer o! colored labor
in the county. Mr. Pway says -he will
take $50,000 worth of scrip and
give the county reasonable time to

ipay tor it. -ur. xeii ixvuciuauci i
Oeala will also take a considerable

amount, and there are other men an
over the county who will take what
they can; and 'by all (helping we can
weather the storm and do a lasting

good.

forces have labored on the Lake Weir
road for fifteen months without in interruption
terruption interruption at a total cost of about
115,749.
Why not divide with our side. We
are also citizens and taxpayers.
J. "W. Coulter

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
lost Found, Wanted, For Sale

For Rent and Similar Local deeds

Percy iDndley and Charles Harp.
There was a chicken purlo at the
home of lMr. Albert (Atkinson Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. The evening 'passed off
so quickly that the youngv people
were greatly disappointed when the
hour of 12 o'clock was announced,
when everyone told, their host and
hostess good-night and left for their

dromes.

The Eureka school opened Mon

day with rPof. iRussell of Tampa as

teacher. AVe ihope it will be a sue

cessful term.

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In All Sizes
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WAOAHOOTA
Wacahoota, Sept. 10.

ric Smith returned

River -Monday.
! Messrs. J. O. Tyson and

M- Wo TUCKEE

PHONE 300

Mr. Ced-

from Crystal

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. r. with trood seasons. -h Pan for cash: can be .put in good Smith made a business tnp to QEin-

Florida will have large crops. There shape for small amount.

Txrin iKo a jTAatw acreaze nianiea hot xi7. ucaia. JPia. z-y-ot-

than usually, partly in anticipation

The Star hopes that our government-will
not make any offers of-mediation
toward the warring powers.
If they ask us for our good offices,
Set us give them; if not, let the bel belligerents
ligerents belligerents fight it out. The United
States can't mix in the muss without

losing friends and making enemies.
.Ten years ago, under the influence of
fRoosevelt, this country (butted in as
jaea comaker in the .Russo-Japanese
la-ar. Its influence -was sfavorable to
Japan, which .had about -worn itself

out whipping Russia. Russia was
practically unscathed, and would
have won had the war gone on. The
incident (prejudiced Russia, our long longtime
time longtime and useful friend, against us,
and ivon us no gratitude from the
Japs, who would play, us a treacher-

of European demand, but (principally ROOMERS WA,XTBD 'Mrs. C. L.

Moore, corner S. Magnolia and S.

4th streets, has several large, airy

frr ,rmr rwn oponle. For years, our

farmers have not ibeen able to employ
much negro labor. The negro could
obtain much larger wages in the
mines, turpentine farms and saw

mills than the farmer could pay. It
is likely that it -will be different next
year, and maybe for several years.
The people in Europe are burning up

several million dollars a day in gun

powder alone, and when the war is
over it will be a long time before
they have much money to .buy any anything
thing anything -with. What they have will go
for -bread and meat first, and farm

products will ;be at a premium. So
farmers will be able to employ labor
(better than the phosphate and naval

stores men for some time. Both
these industries will revive as soon
as the war is over, 'but it will 'be

Address ston Monday.

We are glad to report Mrs. T. ov.

Smith and Miss iLeola Smith fboth

convalescent.

Mr. John iWalknp of Mcintosh and

Misses 'Rosalie and Theora Smith,

o-h. win r.nt on v Mrs. M. -R. Beck and Clarence bmitn

llUliia, I r-i .t r Oov

caiiea on mrs. v. xv. um; ouuvaoj

afternoon.

tMr. J. ?M. Smith is gathering some

fine string heans at present for

which he finds a ready sale at xne

terms.

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LOST 'A pair of eyeglasses in skel skeleton
eton skeleton gold frames. Were lost in
the uDtown A. C. L. yard. $1 re-

TtrarH T.eave at the Star office. 3t depot.

The Central school opened Qlon-

dav under the skillful management

TAOT A ernlrl fllnPrPfl T!n. SODie-

i-JJU ea-.v o - i i jrsynn

icnreiuer v .

There -were quite a number or par

where between F. T.

7f TTlTif iivATniA and

"F! t; Helvenston's store. Finder rons present at the opening and 23

n-m 0iv reward if same is re- pupils were enrolled.

. .An.. Twothv sohrelb- Mrs. V. P. Smith returned home

w 1 ,

o ? Monday xrom a visix 10 uer uauga-

wj wj i k

ter, Mrs. W. J. Edwards of Ocala,

i. and her brotner. Mr. jonaxnan

mrc i t"i i i i u i wjtti 1 1 i i i v

omfoP'S Lod

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 no'hing to do Is located on the corner of Fort Kins avenue
and South Main street, opposite the. Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort Ixnlge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer at. Comfort Ixxfee are free and you are invited to
take advantage of them.
. JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE

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FOR RENT

at No. 20 Herbert St.;

lights, gas, hot and cold -water In

oas trick any day they thought they years hefore they are able to pay large ibath room; $25 rent per

fcould put it over.

T!ae IMiami 'Herald reminds us of
tne story that Benjamin iFranklin
-wanted to put the words '"Mind your
crwn 'business" on American coins in-

high wages again. But Clarion coun county
ty county farmers will be able to give living

wages to hundreds of men next year.

The sStar suggests that the chair

man of the iboard of county commis

sioners call a special meeting at

month. Apply on premises. 'Mrs.
Wm. E. Sinclair. 9-3-4t

FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hyde, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf

electric Griper of Brooklyn. Her little grand-

son, William 'Edwards accompanied

hpr nn her latter visit and came

home 'with her.

!Miss Rosalie Smith and Mrs. 01. R.

RpfV returned '.Monday from Fru in

land Park and Ocala, respectively,

where they have been visiting since

the 'Beck-Howell wedding.

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We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? We believe you are. Most of our customers are

tuflprt and w are nroud of the fact. But if there Is anytmng

in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do oar part
straightening It out before the rush days come.
OcslUsl Ece & PaeMntg Ce.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1014

TITHES.

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WHEN YOU WANT

MUSICAL

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COME TO US

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SWEET AND TttUE IX TONE, AND FINELY MADE
ARE OUR SPLENDID MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. PLACE
ONE IN YOUR 'HOME. THE PRICE IS LOW AND THE
PLEASURE YOU WILL GET OUT OF 'IT WILL AMPLY
REPAY YOU FOR THE INVESTMENT. COME i IN TODAY.
WE WILL TAKE A POSITIVE DELIGHT IN DEMONSTRAT DEMONSTRATING
ING DEMONSTRATING THE HIGH QUALITY OF OUR INSTRUMENTS.

A. E. BURNETT

RELIABLE JEWELER
OCALA, FLORIDA

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

Official Report of the Proceeding at
the September Meeting of the
Board

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By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cents.

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, CARN BUILDING
OCAIiA, FIORIDA

Monday, Sept. 7th 1914
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners met in special session to confer
with the county commissioners-elect.
After discussing the -matter of -using
the convicts on the county roads for
the year 1&15, Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson offered a resolution, second seconded
ed seconded hy Commissioner Davis, that the
county convicts be used on the
roads during 1915, and not leased
out. The motion was carried.
Tuesday, September 8th,
The board met in regular session.
Present, C. Carmichael, chairman;
and WV T. Henderson, J. W. Davis,
W. iLuffman and D. G. Watkins, com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. Mr. (Henry Gordon appeared and
objected to being charged $10 for
loss of convict, Amos Borden, and
which was deducted from his salary
for July. On motion the clerk was
instructed to refund $10 to Mr. Gor Gordon..
don.. Gordon.. Mr. Ollie Fort appeared and asked
that the county erect a building to
vote in in Moss Bluff precinct. The
matter was referred to Com. Hen Henderson
derson Henderson and the county engineer.
It was ordered that no prisoner
be put on the feed bill when used for
any- kind of work at the jail by the

sheriff or jailor.
' Petition to change road thru the
lands of B. F. Holly was referred to
Commissioner Henderson.
Petition to establish public road

running as follows: Beginning at
the intersection of the present pub public
lic public road between Ocala and Kendrick
and the township line .between town townships
ships townships 14 and 15, range 21, and run
due west along the south line of sec.
36, tp. 14, range 21, east, for a dis distance
tance distance of one-half mile to (Blowers
on the A. C. L. -railway, was on mo motion
tion motion referred to Com. Carmichael
and the county engineer.
The report of the committee to
imark out road "Beginning 160 feet
south of the nw. corner of, section 35,
township 16, s. range 18, east,
thence a curve to the south section
line of section 27, 165 feet from se.
corner of sec. 27, tp. 16, range 18,
thence north 330 feet, thence west
495 feet, thence in a southwesterly
direction about ths of a .anile,
hence west to intersect with the In In-glis
glis In-glis road, thence across Inglis road
in a northwest direction to Don Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, and connect with Levy county
-public road leading from the county

line to Lebanon,' was accepted and
the road ordered posted.
Comunication as to roais from
Mr. J. P. Dudley was referred to
the county engineer.
Rachel Floyd was ordered put on
the pauper list at $3 per month.
-Lewis Graham was orderel put on
the pauper list at $3 per month
Jim Robinson and his mother
were ordered put on the pauper list
at $5 per month for two month.
Miss Sarah Snow was ordered put
on the pauper list at $6 per month.
The petition to place Alex Ander Anderson
son Anderson on the pauper list was referred
to Com. Watkins for investigation.
Messrs. Meffert and Rou appeared
before the iboard and requested that
the county open road west of Lowell
for which right of way had 'been
deeded by the citizens "beginning
at the intersection of the Ocala and
Mcintosh road with the south line
section 27, tp. 13, range 21, running
thence -west on the section lines to
the intersection of the Fernandez
grant, thence southwesterly with the
grant line tothe intersection of the
northwest 4 of the southwest of
the northwest of section 33, tp.
13, range 21, thence west on the nH
section lines to the intersection -with
the Ocala and tFairfield road, Tun Tunning
ning Tunning north and south at the center

of section 31, tp. 13, range 21." It I

was oruerea max me aeeas ior mis
right of way ;be accepted and the
road opened as a public road.
The report of 'Messrs. II. T. Hall,
H. Neiderhoeffer and AV. M. Shock Shock-ley,
ley, Shock-ley, the committee to view, mark and
lay out road as follows: Commencing
at the ne. corner of se1 section 29,
tp. 13, range 21, following section

line to the sw. corner of 'Maynard's
grove, thence going in a northwest
direction along 'Maynard's- line for
220 or more feet, thence crossing
the field in a little south of west di direction
rection direction to corner of section line and
follow said section line to the center

of section 30, tp. 13, range 21, to'
connect with the Ocala and 'Fairfield j

ordered posted.
Messrs." (Epperson' and others ap appeared
peared appeared 'before- the 'board in the mat matter
ter matter of the road from -Marion county
connecting with the road from Levy

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BUT it WILL give each and EVERY subscriber who pays a year for the Daily Star, a $3 Coupon
Book, redeemable at its face value by any of the Ocala Business Houses mentioned below, or for a
Weekly Star subscription a 81.30 book redeemable for that amount. Past due subscriptions, Dai Daily
ly Daily or AVeekly, will get a book fur each year paid.
The following firms of Ocala will allow you the discounts set opposite their names on all cash pur purchases
chases purchases made when Star Subscription Coupons are presented at the time of making purchases:

Marion Hardware Company, Hardware. . 5 per cent
J. J. Gerig, Drugs (Postoffice drugstore & Annex Drugstore) 5 per cent
Knight & Lang, Wagons, Buggies, etc . . . . 5 per cent
A. E. Burnett, Jewelry'. 3 per cent
E. G. Rivers, Gents Furnishings .. 5 per cent
Hayes & Guynn, Dry Goods. . . . 5 per cent
Theus-Zachry Company, Furniture.... .. .. ..10 per cent
A. M. Lansford, Music Dealer. ....... . . ............ 10 per cent
Miss Mary Affleck, Millinery. ........ . . 5 per cent
15. Goldman, "Why Pay More?'. 3 per cent
Little's Shoe Parlors, Shoes.... .... 5 per cent

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county. The action was deferred on
this .matter for the present.
Upon motion it was ordered that m

only for the loss of two convicts and
his bill be passed for $32.58.
It was ordered that the road between

sections 8 and 18, beginning .at the!
residence of L. J. Hall, intersecting j
with the Citra and Fort McCoy public j
road in lot 1 sec. 18, thence west to j
nw corner of lot 5, section 18, tp. 13, j
range 23, thence sw.to Buxton Ford,
thence to intersect with the Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton and Eureaka road at L.. B. Hall's"
be declared a public road and opened.
It was ordered that the road known
as the Dunnellon and Levy county line
road, described as follows: Beginning
at Williams street,. Dunnellon, running)
a little east of north until it intersects 1
with the section line between sections :
25 and 26 one imle and 6-10 from town
along section line to the Marion and

county line, running on the east side of
Buck Pond temporarily, in the event
that It becomes a hard road, to go thru
the pond on the section line and
from Buck Pond on the section line to
the Marlon and Levy countj line," be
opened and declared a public road.
It apeparing by affidavits of the
publishers of the proper advertise advertisements
ments advertisements of notice of applications for per permits
mits permits to sell liquors, wines and beer in
precinct Xo 1, of the following persons
to-wit: John T. Moore, Ocala House
Wine Roams. G. D. Hogan & Co., The
Carmichael Son & Co., Harry Peter &

Co.. S. M. Stanley and It. L. Keating

that the proper notice had been made

and there being no objections made
thereto, permits are therefore granted

to said firms to sell liquors, wines and

beer in Ocala, precinct No. 1.

Uneda
Biscuit
Tempt the appetite,
please the taste and
nourish the body.
Crisp, clean and fresh
5 cents.
BoP522t 0iSOf St
Round, thin, tender
with a delightful flavor
appropriate for lunch
eon, tea and dinner,
zo cents.

BACKERS

Made of the finest
ingredients. Baked
to perfection. The
national strength
food, zo cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
NATIONAL BISCUIT
COMPANY
Always look for that Name

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SEABOARD AIR LINE SCnEDULB
Southbound
No. 1. local leaves JackfonTlllo
-30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
a.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
.No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 3 limited leaves Jacksonville
il:.0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
arrive? Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound

No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
irrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrive.
Tacksonvllle 6:4b a. xn.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrives Ocala 1:12 p. a.; leaves
Ocala 1:30 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 5:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leave? Tampa 3 p.
in.; arrives Ocala 4:20 i,. m.; arrlrcs
facksonville 7:30 p. ra.

Long Street Names.
A French onteuiior;iry has lnt'i
amusing Itself ly making n list of I
street names.. The iari.ian record i
the Hue de Pretr?-Saliit Germain Germain-rAnxeiToIs.
rAnxeiToIs. Germain-rAnxeiToIs. which is jMituethiug of a
mouthful, but is eial-d by a thur thur-ouyhfare
ouyhfare thur-ouyhfare la Brussels nnh-lng In the
name of the Hue de la Montague uux
Herbes-Potageres. In the environs of
the Belgian capital there is even more
of n tongue twister, the Ongeschilde-zilverenoi-keruuKjtJestraat.
which may
be rendered as the street of the little
unpicked silver nut.

CIIAMHERLAIX'S COL.IC, CHOIj CHOIj-ERA
ERA CHOIj-ERA 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
have received many thanks for the
advice given," writes J. H. 'Hough 'Hough-land,
land, 'Hough-land, Eldon, Iowa. No person wheth whether
er whether traveling or at home should "be
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv

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gotten back a dollar of your subscription money. Your next purchase is at the furniture house, whose
name you see on the back of the coupon ( and you are pleased when you see they will give 10 per
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You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
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If you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you owe for your
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Phone 51

Ocala, Florida i

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AVedneday, September 0th
A- vote being taken on the question

of paying the tax collector for cash

register heretofore bought by him for

use In the tax collector's office for $273.
Commissioners Davis, Luffman and

Henderson voted aye, and Commission

ers "Watkins and Carmichael voted nay.

The bill was thereupon ordered paid.

A" deed for right of way for public

road as follows: A strip of land 13

feet wide running due east and west
upon and along the south line of e of
swU of section 24, and seU of seU of

section 23; also a strip of land 13 feet
wide running due east and west upon

and along the north line of el of ne1!

and nwi of section 23, and neU of

neU of section 26, township 14, range

21" having been granted by the Stand

ard Lime Co., B. C. Webb, manager,
said right of way Is accepted and the
same declared a public road.
On motion it was ordered that all

applicants for permit to carry firearms

appear In person and give the board
good reasons why such permit should
be granted, all applications to carry
firearms now before the board being
laid over until next meeting.
'Mr. AV. O. Massey appeared before
the board with an application for per permit
mit permit to carry a pistol, and satisfactory
reasons being given for same, a license
is granted to him to carry such pistol.
Tax Collector Colbert filed his report
for licenses collected for the month of
August, 1014, which was approved.
The sheriff filed his report of fine3
and costs imposed duriig the month of
August, 1914, to the state audit6r,
which was approved.
Communications from the Baltimore
Enamel & Novelty Co.. Ealtimore Id.,
Enamel Steel Sign Co.. Chicago, 111,
and Marion Hardware Co., Ocala, Fla.,
were read and filed with reference to
road signs.
Tax Collector Colbert filed his re

port, of licenses collected during July
and his report of poll taxes collected
for the month of August.
Reports of marks and brands in inspectors
spectors inspectors for districts Nas. 24, 20, 11, 3.
9 and 1 (July and August) were filed.
Reports of justices of the peace
sfhowlng no business for the month of
August as follows: Alexander Wynne,
J. P., No. 19; II. W. Douglas, J. P., No.
7, July and August, were filed.
Reports of justices of the peace
showing fines and costs imposed dur during
ing during Augustas follows:- Jos. Aklns,
district No. 20, fines $3. costs $2.83; A.
J. Ellis, district No. 16, fines $100, costs
$23.70; W. S. Priest, district No. 13.
fines $15, costs $16.63; Z. Graham, dist.
No. 23, fines $1, costs $7.80; W. II II-Anderson,
Anderson, II-Anderson, district No. 3. fines $2.30,
costs $10; J. G. Ferguson, dist. No. 1.
fines $130, costs $90)3; W. E. Smith,
county judge, fines 4813., costs $308.97,
were read and filed. ,
All bills audited and approved by the

board were ordered paid.
Mr. C. L. Gamsby, county engineer,
.made his report for the month of
August as follows:
To the Board of County Commission Commissioners:
ers: Commissioners: Gentlemen: I herewith submit my
report for the month of August.
Dist. No. 1 Sharp's Ferry road, have
reclayed 235S feet at a cost of 6 7-10c
per lineal fool, costing $138.?8J was de delayed
layed delayed by rains which necessitated
scraping continuously Dist. No. 3:
Built 300 feet of cinder road at a cost
of 7 4-10c per lineal foot. Thl3 Is ap approach
proach approach to Moss Bluff bridge. Dist.
No. 4: Repairing causeway at Moss
Bluff, painting bridge,, repairing
bridge and Toads and clearing roads,
cost $174.10, total $333. 26; Dist. No. 3:
Repairing bridges on Eureka and Or Orange
ange Orange Springs road. Fort McCoy road,
and Citra and Orange Springs Toad, re repairing
pairing repairing Fort McCoy and Eureka road,
total $68.14 ;FaIrfield and, Ocala road,
built 753 feet lime road, 2362 feet clay
road and 363 feet of sand stone road.

being total 3878 feet costing 10 6-10c
per lineal foot. Cost of feedirfg mules
42 2-10 cents per head per day. Cost
of feeding convicts 19 4-10 cents per
man per day, total $408.31, $"4.30,
$412.81. Dist. Nos. 3. and 1: Lake Weir
road repaired 5280 feet costing 10- 10-6
cents per lineal foot, costing $359.26.
This road was In a very bad condition,
and hope to make better progress In
September. Dist. No. 2: Blitchton road
graded 420 cu. yds., built 2224 feet
clay road, costing 17 4 cents per lineal
foot. Cost of feeding mules 64 8-10
cents per read per day. Cost of feed feeding
ing feeding conTicta 36 4-10 cents per man per
rfay. Total $393.43. Dist. No. 1: Repair Repairing
ing Repairing one-half mile of Mcintosh road
cost 03 2-10 cents per lineal foot; total

$114.29. Dist. No. 3: Repairing Lake
Weir road cost $33.14; repairing Sam Sam-merfield
merfield Sam-merfield road, cost $16.24. Total for
the month$2.097.09; $2,142.39.
Respectfully,
C.L. Gamsby, County Engineer.
Same was read and filed.
There being no further business, the
board adjourned until Monday, October
5, 1914. P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
C. Carmichael, Chm.

Earliest Record of Eclipse.
The earliest record of an eclipse
was that of the bun. observed by the
Chinese, B. C. 2158. The first record
of an eclipse approaching any deflnite deflnite-ness
ness deflnite-ness of account was the Nineveh
eclipse B. C. 763. The most notable
eclipse recorded In history was that
of the sun at tho time of the battle
between the Lydians and Medes, May
28, B. C. 585. The battle was sus suspended
pended suspended and peace was made through
the good offices of Thales. The most
important eclipse, however, in the his history
tory history of mankind occurred In A. D.
840, and which caused the death of
Emperor Louis. The three sons
promptly engaged in a war' among
themselves. The war lasted three
years and ended with the treaty of
Verdun, whereby France, Italy and.
Germany were carved out of Charle--xap-ne's
vast empire. This was the

beginning of the three countries
aamed.

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The Difference 1
A pessimist complains he has eaten'
1,000 oysters without coming on a
pearl; an optimist gives thanks that
he has eaten that many oysters with without
out without getting ptomaiLes. New Yoric
Mail.

Put It Up to tht Hcgs.
A blacksmith in a small Connecticut
town who occasionally gees o pro protracted
tracted protracted sprees vas seen figuring on
the banrdoor and later throwing five
bushels of com on tho ear into the
pen where be had six hcgs, and as
he turned away he was heard to say:
"Th-sre, blast you, II you -;re" prudent
that will last ye-"

SENATOR IJIIYAX SHOWS
3IIGI1TY GOOD SENSE

Times-Union, 9th: Should Sena Senator
tor Senator N. P. iBryan receive the appoint appointment
ment appointment to the feteral appelate court
bench, as It is believe! that he will,
cloe friends of his declare he will
not Tesign his senatorial seat until
after the November election. They
say the senator realizes this is no
time to throw the state into an extra
political campaign, even If there was
no danger of the result of the pri primary
mary primary being questioned by the courts
or by an unfavorable minority in the
Senate Itself later" on.

FORBEARANCE.
The little I have seen of the
world te?ches me to look upon the
errors of others in sorrow, not in
anger. When I take the history of
one poor heart that has sinned and
suffered and represent to myself
the struggles and temptations it has
passed through, the brief pulsations
of Joy, the feverish inquietude of
hope and fear, the pressure of want,
the desertion of friends, I would
fain leave the erring soul of my
fellow man with him from whose
hand it came, Longfellow.



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THE OCAliA EVENING ST AH, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER! J, 1014.

I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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

Thought for the Day I
sForgiveness of injuries is a God giv given
en given sxace, yet so destitute is mankind
of .this spirit of forgiveness. (Life
scarce is life that knows not the
sweetness of this meaning. The spirit
girdles your eternity and settles des destiny,
tiny, destiny, forever.
The daughters of the Confederacy
(met this afternoon in regular (month (monthly
ly (monthly session at the residence of 1Mrs. J.
II. Livingston, Sr. In the absence of
the president the treasurer presided.
After prayer and the reading of the
minutes and general discussion of
routine ibusiness, 'Mrs. Livingston as assisted
sisted assisted (by members of the C. of C.
chapter, served refreshments to her
guests. The social Amur with the
'hostess was greatly enjoyed.
TSIisTIorothy Schreiber was the
hostess last nlglft of a charming lit little
tle little two-table auction in compliment
to her 'parents, -Mr. and 'Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber, upon tjie occasion of their
twenty-fifth .vivjs3iSlS!
The aSalrvaTTndeed a complete
surprise to the honorees and their
pleasure in their daughter's thought-

rfulness was wonderful. Miss Schreib

er served a delicious ice course with
white cakes prettily iced in -wedding
bells. Mr. and JMrs. Schreiber were

showered with 'hearty good wishes

for many (happy returns of the day,
In which their many friends all over
the city take pleasure in" joining.
Those invited to enjoy this happy qc-
casion with 'Mr. and Mrs. "Schreiber
were Mr. and IMrs. Geo. K. Robinson,
Qliss Hope Robinson, LMr. and Mrs. C.
L. Gamsby and 'Misses 1ouise and
Minnie Gamsby.
Miss Katherine Parker is visiting
with Mrs. George Close at her coun country
try country home a couple of miles from
Ocala. -Tampa Times.
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The imany friends in this city of
Qliss Genevieve Redding will regret
to learn that she iras operated upon
.this morning for appendiciti3 at the
iDeSoto Sanitarium, (but, is Testing
5omfortably, and it is ihoped she will
soon jbe able to be out again. -Jacksonville
Metropolis.
tMiss Redding has many friends in
Ocala who will regret exceedingly to
learn of her illness and wish 'for her
a speedy recovery,
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- 'Mr. and .Mrs. C. IE. Nelson and lit little
tle little son leave tomorrow for aJckson aJckson-ville'
ville' aJckson-ville' and sail in the afternoon on the
1 Jjenape for Charleston. Mr. Nelson
return in a few days, but his
family .will spend a -month in that
cky hen go to Columbia and 'Ashe 'Ashe-rafle,
rafle, 'Ashe-rafle, and 'will be absent for two
months or more.

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3di33 Irene Geiger ihas returned to
" lier home at Weirsdale after a de delightful
lightful delightful visit in this city as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. A. -G. Gates.

Mr. and 'Mrs. Jake Brown accom accompanied
panied accompanied by IMr. Jim Pyles ( will go to
Salt Springs in the morning to spend

the next few 'weeks. They will spend
the next ten days in the mountains
of North Georgia.
'Miss 'Marguerite Porter writes en enthusiastically
thusiastically enthusiastically to her friends in Oca la
regarding her trip to Denver, Color Colorado
ado Colorado Springs and Juanita. She says
she had never 'been able to form an
adequate conception of the (beautiful
country and magnificent mountain
scenery until she saw it. On return returning
ing returning to the home of her sister, Mrs.
I. W. Lyons, in iDes&foines, Miss Por Porter
ter Porter iwas greeted by her new nephew,
Master William Wallace 'Lyons, who
arrived during her absence. (He is a
cute little chap, and the darling of
his aunts, -Miss Porter and Mrs. iv.
OS. Collier, as well as his mother.
'Miss Porter will soon return to
Ocala, and .will be accompanied iby
IMrs. Collier as (far as her home in
Tuscaloosa, Ala., where their mother,
Mrs. E. Van Hood, is grandmother grandmothering
ing grandmothering 'Masters William and James Col Collier.
lier. Collier. 'Mrs. Hood will return to Ocala
with Miss Porter, and it is .more than
likely that Mrs. Lyons will ibring her
little son h ere soon for a 'winter visit
to her childhood ihome.
.

Mrs. Fannie Anthony has return returned
ed returned from her visit to her daughter,
Mrs H. C. Webb, in Houston, Texas.
Mrs. Anthony enjoyed her trip im immensely.
mensely. immensely. Her friends are glad to
see her at home again.

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Clements are
home from Baytona Beach, where
Mrs. Clements and the children spent
the summer, Mr. Clements going af after
ter after them Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wiggins re returned
turned returned Wednesday from their wed

ding trip, which was to the principal

points of interest in South iFlorida.
They are at their home on North
Magnolia street.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead left yesterday
afternoon for a week-end visit to her

husband in Gainesville. Mr. Moor

head is (busily engaged in ouilding
the racetrack for the fair association

tin that city.

Miss JHelleii Hardee has returned
to Jacksonville after a delightful
visit to relatives and (friends in this

city.

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Rev. and Mrs. Roy 'Bowers and
family, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston
and little son and Mrs. Jennie Whit Whitfield
field Whitfield returned this afternoon from a
week's visit and camping trip on the
shores of North (Lake Weir.

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'One of Jhe gramiest social vents of
the mid-iWner season was the mar marriage
riage marriage ofU AU.bula "May Beck to
Mr. W411iamSslie Howell, which was
solemnized at43ie Fellowship Baptist

church, onniuTsday evening-, AugusM

27th, at 8p0 o'clock.

On T h u r a.v.-t h i Erk-n o rn" a. most

enjoyable prenuptial reception was
given at the 'home ofcthe bride's father,
Mr. J. L. Beck.
Mrs. Beck, assisted ty her daughter,

Mrs. J. M. Smith, received the guests

the bride and groom stood during the
ceremony.
Several pews were reserved for the
immediate family and these were clos closed
ed closed by pink and white 'streamers.
Promptly at the appointed hour,
the sweet strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march pealed forth from Miss
Rosalie Smith's practiced touch and
announced the approach of the bridal
party. First came Mr. Howell and
matron of honor, Mrs. Beck, down the
right aisle, while the lovely bride, Miss
Altahula Beck came gractfully up the
left aisle, leaning on the arm of her
brother, Mr. M. II. Beck. They met
at the altar, the bride and groom
standing under the wedding bell and
Mr. and Mrs. Beck stood on either

side. As they came up the aisle Rev.
E. M. Henderson of Lynne, took his
place in a bower of evergreens. In his
most impressive manner spoke the few
words which united them in .the holy
bonds of matrimony. The flower song
was played softly during the cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, and "the entire bridal party left
the church by the left aisle to the
thrilling strains of Lohengrin's, "Here
Comes the Bride."
Immediately after the ceremony an

Informal reception was held at the

home of the bride.

Miss Rosalie Smith received the
guests at -the. door and Introduced them
to Mr. and Mrs. Howell, who stood un under
der under a beautiful arch of ivy, emilax and

green vines, and received the congrat

ulations of their friends. After this
the guests repaired .to the parlor,
whlc"h was also done In pink and
white.' The mantel was banked with

southern pine and large pots of lovely

ferns of the ostrich plume variety.

ran vases witn long stemmeu roses
lent their beauty and fragrance to the

already lovely scene. And here and

there the handsome ladies with their

exquisite evening dresses "rrfade Indeed

a beautiful picture.

Delicious pineapple Ice cream and
silver and chocolate cake were served

during the evening, the guests being

served wherever they changed to be,

on the porch, enjoying the moonlight
or in the parlor or hall. Thelma Cur Curry
ry Curry and Mamie Henderson passed the
white crepe "doilies and Misses Rosalie
Smith and Carrie Barco served the
cream and Misses Mary Gates and Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Mills passed the cake.
After this the cutting of the bride's
cake for the ring, thimble, dime, etc.,
afforded much amusement.
The bride and groom left mid a
shower of rice and good wishes, in an
automobile, for Ocala, where they
spent the night at .the Harrington Hall

Hotel, leaving next day for their .fu .future
ture .future home.
The stately loveliness of the bode
was enhanced by an exquisite bridal
dress of white silk bordered crepe, in
the latest French design, and made
tunic effect, with shoes, gloves, etc., to
match, and a long 'white bridal veil
with a wreath of valley lillies. She
carried a shower bouquet of bride's
roses and ferns tied witn long stream streamers
ers streamers of white taffeta.
Her going away -gown was a nobby
coat suit of blue serge with hat and
gloves to match.
The matron of honor, Mrs. M. R.
Beck, wore a lovely creation of tink

crepe de chine, trimmed with Irish citizen would realize this, and gov

lace and carried a shower bouquet of Jem himself accordingly, it will mean

ati rAoniirt c, more to ais than anything yet pro-

was adorned In a lovely white voile jcted. Let us apply this to our own

with expensive shadow lace trimmings. I town, and individually and collect

The groom and his attendants wore ively get (busy at once, and not wait.

u. convenuund uiac. nke the remarkable MIcawtoer, for

uirs. uoweu is xne secona oaugnier ,, x
of .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck and one of something to "turn up. .Lets turn

Marion county's most brilliant teach- up ourselves, and not lose a minute
ers and is a young lady of culture either if we don't want our town to

and rennement, and ner rnenas ail retrograde. There is opportunity for
over the county are glad to know of
, every an an and woman in Ocla to
Aer 'happiness, yet regret to lose so tal- J
ented a person. help in the matter. If you (have idle

a man of sterling money, put dt into circulation. Of

qualities and noble character. He has wha grood is your talent in a nap-

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taugiht tn a number of the oest schools! .....

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the weefe-end camping -at that popu- J in the hall, and made each one feel

dar resort.

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Mrs. Thomas Sexton and family
rwill (return home tomorrow' an crning
from a two weeks' visit to 'her par parents
ents parents 'Mr.- and IMrs. Harnett at Cotton

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'Mr. and Mrs. E. T. 'Helve nston and
family will return Sunday night from
their summer outing. (Mrs. Helven Helven-ston
ston Helven-ston and children, who have ibeen at
Caesar's sHead, N. C, will join Mr.
Helvenston in Charleston en route
3iome? from (his purchasing trip to
New York City.
Mrs. It. G. 'Blake and 'Miss Irma
'Blake came in last night from a

short visit to IMr. and 'Mrs. Frank

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of the state. He has given up teaching ? opportunity to get it cheap In

and has bought a lovely home near Ocala, and. lm not a Teal estate

Plant City, and furnished It for his agent either). If you have property,

bride.

(The presents were many and useful,

(build a house on it for a home for
some one. Put a hut on your farm,

aiiss Ophelia Sawtell will leave

early in th4 ,rborning if or Savannah to

sail on a (M& !M. Dine iboat for Bal

timore. from fvhietfcity she will go

to Johns Hopkins '-Hospital to enter

the training department for nursesj

miss- SsajvUe.ljri s jta-Jecomm,enJoa-f or
entering this nohle profession, and
lier many friends unite in their good
fwis:hes for much success in her Ohos-

en career.

Miss 'Margaret Taylor left last
night for Valdosta, Ga., where she is

to teach this winter in
school.

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Sir. and Mrs. T. S. Kyle are at
fiome again at the iHarrington after
a week spent in Jacksonville.
Mrs. L. W. (Harley deft yesterday
afternoon for Atlanta, where she will
visit iher -mother, Qlrs. W. IB. Cox for

The gnests wandered over the rooms
at leisure and enjoyed looking at the
many beautiful and useful gifts, which
vere attractively displayed in the
back hall.

At one o'clock, the bridal party, 'Mr.

Howell, Miss Beck, Mr. and airs. M. R.

Beck, Miss Rosalie Smith, Rev. E. M.

Henderson and a few intimate friends,
Misses Carrie Barco, Mary Gates and

Ira Beck were invited to the dining

room, which was tastefully decorated

with ferns, palms and long "vines of
bamboo. In the center of this toower
of loveliness stood the" dining table
with its snowy damask. The center

piece was an elaborate battenburg

piece on which rested a bronze fern

bowl filled with dainty springeria and
long sprays of pink mountain vine,

while iong -streamers of pink and
white crepe paper were oaught to the
celling and draped to the four corners
of the tabled After the guests were
seated, a sumptuous wedding dinper
was served. The meu consisted of
roast uffkey with giblet dressing,
creamed peas, pepper cups filled with
Irish potato blocks with mayonnaise,"

rice boiled ham- chicken salad, bread,

hot biscuit, pickles, ice tea, vanilla ice

cream, pound and other cakes.
Mesdames J. M. Smith and C. R. Cur Cur-Ty
Ty Cur-Ty served the dinner. It was indeed a
jolly party and we think even the bride
forgot ,ier timidity and with all the
rest enjoyed this feast. The other
guests were served in the dining room
at a later hour.
About five o'clock most of the guests
departed to meet at the church at a
later -hour.
The church was exquisitely decorat decorated
ed decorated with ferns, palms, magnolia and
bamboo. The altar was banked with
palms entwined with long vines with
dainty pink blossoms. On either side
of the altar were pots filled with long
graceful ferns and from the ceiling
there extended "beautiful pure white
streamers and these were caught at
the altar, while directly in front of the
altar was a large white wedding bell,
with tiny pink blossoms draped grace gracefully
fully gracefully around it, directly under wtilch

and show the nodularity of thLs voune

-couple. They consist of a '.handsome put into it some man out of employ-

china dinner set and other china piec- ment; let 'him break up the fallow

es, cut glass, silver and beautlfll linen eroun(j for a fall crop right now.

gaxore. a L' w" "'" Make fertile all your desert places.

We wish for them a calm and -happy IJiere will De need ior every -morse

voyage over the sea of life. of food we can raise within the next

year. If you have only a garden

FROM A WOMAN'S STRAXPOIXT spot, let it blossom as a rose, tnop

down your surplus trees for winter

Editor Star: I'm no suffragette, firewood, raise more' chickens and
nor do I hope to "be. 'I seek not the fatten -more hogs. Study agriculture
(ballot, 1 only stand for my rights, and perhaps you can persuade your
and get them. Other women have fruit trees to hear a douhle crop
the same (privilege. One of these next year. Get out and investigate,
Tights, IMr. Editor, is a space in your then let your editor "know of the re re-valuable
valuable re-valuable columns, when I wish to air suits so that the people of the frozen
cay sentiments and which is always north -will profit by our experience,
granted me. Use up every opportunity before you
(Don't mention the war it is more cry hard times. The poor will never
than disastrous; (but why sit idly be clothed, the hungry will never he
now, lamenting a situation over fed, nor the idle be employed until

which we have no control? That we awake from our Rip V-in inkle
will not alleviate suffering or rectify sleep and move. There is no cause
(matters. I like the advice of that for alarm in our peaceful 'America,
plucky traveling man in last week's Business on this side of the deep
Times-Union: "Lets not cry hard ,blue ocean ds bound to he brisker
times, lets get up and hustle." That ,perhaps tripled or quadrupled. Lets

is .not slang, that is real sdentinc arise in our might, and put our neaas
language. Now at this crisis, should together for working out tihs solu solu-'America
'America solu-'America awake to the situation and tion, which means so much to ns a
rely on her own resources. If every present. All of our papers afSrm

: that the Southland will be greater

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Appreciative People
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The following is the program lb
be rendered at the Temple theater
this evening at the Metropolitan
Band 'benefit concert:
1. Tannhauser March (Wagner).
2. 'Motion picture, "Mister Mur Murray's
ray's Murray's Wedding Present" ( Vitgraph
drama).
3. Overture. (Selected).
4. Motion picture, "A Man for
A' That" (Frances Bushman in a
two-reel feature).
5. Wedding of the Winds (John
T. (Hall).
6. 'Motion -picture, "The Idiot"
(Biograph drama).
7. .National Medley (iMackie (iMackie-Beyer).
Beyer). (iMackie-Beyer). Prices 20 and 10 cents. The regu regular
lar regular picture program will begin at 7
o'clock and tbe concert at 8.
The Star hopes that the people
will turn out in full and crowd the
theater. It will be a fine perform performance,
ance, performance, and worth the small price sev several
eral several times over. Besides, the (band
needs the money needs it for In Instruments
struments Instruments and music, all of which
will be used mostly for the public
benefit. The bandsmen have done

' much hard work for iittle or no iray,
land this evening -will be a good time
; to iprove that the people are appre appreciative.
ciative. appreciative. MR. BOBIHTT HAS MOVED
Mr. A. M. Bobbitt ha$ -moved bis
furniture Ibusiness from "one of the
stores in the block owned toy the
Metropolitan Realty & Investment
Co., south of the market, to fNo. 14,
Fcrt King avenue, in the Jerry Bur Burnett
nett Burnett building.
ANOTHER PO ST POX EM EXT
TO SEPTEMBER 28TH
The Phi Sigma is a select home
school for 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 v regular
work to the 28th instant, at which
time she 'will be entirely herself
again and Teady for her active duties.
Prof. Looney's special or private
work may (begin on the- 14th, either
afternoon, or night.. Phone 338.-10-31
ATTENTION
It was decided at the meeting of
the Greenwood Cemetery Associa
tion today to give the grounds a
thorough cleaning and put them In
order for the winter. All lot owners
not members of the association, are
requested and expected to contribute.
Large lots, 75 cents; half and quar quarter
ter quarter lots, 50 cents. If parties are not
willing or able to pay, they are re
quested to attend to their lots be before
fore before Sept. 24th, and put them in
order. Leave : contributions with
Mrs. J. !E.,Chace or Mrs. C. R. Ty-
dings. Mrs. B. A. iBurford,
Chmn. Cemetery Assn.
Overcharged.
The attorney for the gas company
was making a popular address.
"Think of the good the gas company
has done!" he cried. "If I were per
mitted a pun, I would say, in the
words of the Immortal poet, 'Honor
the Ligh.t Brigade.' t Voice of a con
sumer from the audience: "O, what
a charge they made." Youth's Com
panion.
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.
STOP THAT FIRST COUGH
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 pure
and harmless use it freely for
that fall cough or cold. If baby or
children are sick give it to them, it
will quickly relieve and permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. 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,
your druggists.
Only 25 cents at
tu- thur-fri-wk
Others ftsed Eve's Enlightenment.
A Kansas City minister recently re re-ninded
ninded re-ninded his congregation that Eve did
lot realize she lacked clothing- until
vhe ate the apple. "And," he added,
'I wish a few of the wemen of my
jongregation would eat an apple."
Cansas City Star.
Daily 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.
Richter.
Century j, and McKlnley music at
The IMurray Company. 9-ll-3t

-JOHXJUIIAX
J. L
It is with protJund sorrow that

we note the sudden death of Mr-
John Juhan, 4rilThome at Crvstal
River, at an early hour this morning.
Mr. Juhan had Ijeen ill for several
days, but his friend s hjo pj? dl a ga i n s t
hope until yesterday fwhenis ccrai
tionwas consT3ered alarming. This
was the second attack of hemorrhag
ic fever and his constitution was too
frail to withstand its force.
Though a native Georgian, 'born
near Atlanta, Crystal River had long
been Mr. Juhan's home, and for
years he has conducted a successful
drug business in that little city and
had made the fir$t rung. of the ladder
of fame. So young, scarcely 28, with
such talent and ambition that had
his life been spared his ascent to its
topmost pinnacle was assured.
Mr. Juhan was the -only son of
Mrs. tM. J. Juhan and besides the
heartbroken another he leaves two
sisters, 'Mrs. D. B. Mayo and Mrs.
Davis, all of whom were at his bed bedside
side bedside when the end came.
lie was a ibright and cultured
young man. with pleasing manners
and address and made friends Teadi Teadi-ly
ly Teadi-ly and was most congenial and com
panionable, and his untimely passing
is a great loss to his family and
friends.
Ir. Juhan was unmarried. It is
almost impossible to realize that one!
so young and with such a 'bright
promise in life, has gone from us.
Deep sympathy is felt by the -peo
ple of Ocala for the loved ones hej
has left 'behind. "He came into the!
world when all around were smiles,!
but when he left this world he was in j
smiles when all around him were in!
tears."
The remains of Mr. Juhah will bei
brought to Ocala tomorrow on the!
train which arrives at l'J.50, and
will be taken at once to Greenwood,
where services will be held. Dr.
Dodge and Dr. Frost 'Will officiate.
Mclver & MacKay will have charge
of the arrangements.
NOTICE TO SOXS OF
CONFEDERATE VETERANS
The John M. Martin Camp Sons of!
Confederate Veterans will meet at the
courthouse this evening at 8 o'clock.
A full attendance is urged.
W. W. 'Harriss, Commander.
Wr. T. Gary, Adjutant.
PRETTV CORNER LOT CHEAP
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new North
r
Ocala church for sale.' Very cheap
for cash. R. H. Carroll. 9-8-tf
First English Concertina.
The first English concertina wai
made in 1829, but there was a Ger German
man German concertina long before that time.
Mozart (who seems to have written
for every instrument in existence in
his day, including barrel organs, me mechanical
chanical mechanical clockwork, etc.) wrote an
adagio in C major 2-4 time for' the
concertina in the year 1779, and also
an adagio and rondo for concertina,
flute, oboe, viola, and 'cello in 17S0
or 1791. ..
Early Reformers.
Once upon a time people wanted
state-wide prohibition of coffee. In
his book, "London in English Litera.'
ture," Mr. Percy H. Boynton says of
the old coffee houses: "As the num number
ber number of them increased, broadsides ap appeared
peared appeared against them. One was entitled,
'The Woman's Petition Against Cof Coffee,'
fee,' Coffee,' and it asserted that coffee drink drinking
ing drinking encouraged idling and talkative talkativeness,
ness, talkativeness, and led men to trifle away their
time, .scald their chops and spend
their money, all for a little, bace, black,
thick, nasty, bitter, nauseous puddle
water!" Atlanta Constitution.
itH E U3IATISI PAINS STOPPED
The first application of Sloan's
Liniment goes right to the painful
part it penetrates without rubbing
it stops the rheumatic pains
around the joints and gives relief
and comfort. Don't suffer! Get a
bottle today! It is a family medi medicine
cine medicine 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-j
anteed. 25 cents, at your drug-
1st.
tues-thurs-fri-w
Before the Days of Clocks.
The 3rst accurate clock was set up
in England at Hampton court, in 1540.
Up to that time members of the royal
suite used hour 'glasses In their pri private
vate private rooms.
Speaking of Dancing?
Anything that's worth doing at all t
Is worth overdoing. Keble Howard-
PO-DO-LiAX BANISHES PIMPLES
Bad blood, pimples, headaches,
biliousness, torpid liver, constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, etc., come from indigestion.
Take Po-Do-Lax, the pleasant and
absolutely sure laxative, and you
w'on'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. Get a 50c 'bottle to today.
day. today. Money back If not satisfied. All
druggists. tues-thurs-fri-w

(MDCIEH

True Economy Lies in Getiing
Most for Your Money.

The whole story of cutting "the high cost of
living" can be condensed into four short words 4BUY
AT THE 0. K. TEAPOT." For it is at "The BIG
STORE" that you get the Very Most for the
amount ol money you spend.
Never was there a time when "economy talk"
was more in the air. Get tlie Habit.
If-you are not already a customer, drop in and
look around.
Here is a list of Special Values for
Saturday the 12th and Monday the 14th:
ROYAL SCARLET Sliced Pineapple, A-

25c tins
ROYAL SCARLET Grated
25c tins

ROYAL SCARLET Asparagus Tips,
30c tins -Llj

Robin Hood C. S. Peaches,
20c tins
Robin Hood Cling Peaches,
30c tins

Brownie Cling Peaches,
25c tins -LuW
Quaker Oat Meal, per package 10c
Fresh water ground meal, 10 pounds 25c
Sweet Potatoes pe? peck 32c
Irish Potatoes per peck -20c
Cheese, full cream, per pound.. 22c
Lard Compound, per pound - 10c
Alaska Salmon, tall cans, each .-..12c
Herring Roe, per tin 9c
Baked Beans, 10c size, per tin 7c
Royal Scarlet Tasty Pickles 25c bottle,, each 19c
Bulk Roast Coffee, 25c value, per pound--..-... 20c
Vanilla and Lemon Extract, 10c bottle, each- 7c
Bulk Tea, 60c value, per pound :40c
'Wliitts Bacon psF poiiiBcl Ht
,Let us have your orders. We deliver the goods
anywhere in the city.

0.

IL Teapot Grocery,

Pliones 16 suet
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'14 -4?m
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7HEN tli'c need of the
typewriter came to
' the" business world, the
n 'mi llion came. Others foU
I yj??d. Remington was the first
typewriter it is still the first
typewriter.
Hrst in the field, the Remington
organization began bqiluing experi experience,
ence, experience, step by step, from the actual
r-ractice cf typewriter usen. always
a step or two in advance of the users
need. Other makes followed.
Today the Remington Typewriter
stands unique as the greatest revolu revolu-tionizer,
tionizer, revolu-tionizer, the greatest energizer the
commercial world has ever seen. And
by no means least of its beneficiarie
are all other makes of typewriters
for the Remington created he type typewriter
writer typewriter industry and blazed the way
for the others to follow.
12,500,000 Remington Remington-written
written Remington-written letters mailed in the
United States alone every
business day in the year.
That tells the story of Remington
pre-cminrnce, of the confidence of

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Remington the first Tyflezvriter
Remington Typewriter Company

220 W. BAY STREET
Chance for Grannie.
A little English ooy wrote to his
grandmother from his boarding Echool,
In time for her birthday. The letter
ran thus: "Dear Grannie: I want to
send you a birthday pretest, but I
haven't any monc'. So if you will
6end me the money ycu always givo
me for Christmas now, I'll buy you
something nice with it. I'm thinking
of a pair of pistols a boy here will sell
cheap or a gramophone that another
boy has. I could use them until I come

; MIU
Pineapple,
:.20c
.
:
....15c
28c
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captains of commerce in It, of the
faith of tens of thousands of efficient
employees, of the limitless selection
in choice of operators and choice of
positions the machine that has made
work for the millions, and million
for the work.
.Jacksonville, Florida
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English Agriculture.
As Somersetshire i3 devoted chiefly
to dairying, cattle raising and sheep sheep-herding
herding sheep-herding the Somerset horned sheep,
the Devon long wools, and the hardy
Exmoor breed are there found in per perfection,
fection, perfection, as well zs herds of nonpedl nonpedl-greed
greed nonpedl-greed shorthorns for the production ct
the famous Cheddar cheese. Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture is extensively carried on in Glou Gloucestershire
cestershire Gloucestershire and Wiltshire also, but ono
does net there, find the variety cf Som Somerset.
erset. Somerset. Loudou jJaiL

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THE OCAIA EVEXINQ STAR, FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1011

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JACKSONVI

THEY LOST THE PRIZE.

But Then the Contenders Were Only a

Lot of Sea Gulls.
Some campers at a northern lake

once put a bis fish on a sloping rock
near the water's edge to see what the

gulls would do.

A soaring scavenger soon spied it

and swooped down for a feast.

Seizing the fish in his talons the vo voracious
racious voracious bird flapped its great wings

and screamed greedily as he tried to
make off with his find.

But the fish was too heavy to be
lifted. The only result of repeated
attempts was that the fish began to
slide toward the water and soon fell
In with a splash.
Diving after it, the gull brought it
to the surface, and then began a curi curious
ous curious spectacle. Time after time the gull
hoisted the fish as high as his strength
would permit, only to weaken and let
the fish fall again. The noise attracted
other gulls and a battle ensued. First
one gull and then another would dive
for the fish, lift It part way above the
water's surface and be set upon by
other gulls until the fish slipped back,
a sacrifice to jealousy and greed.
For almost an hour this struggle
lasted, ending only when all the gulls
were tired out. The prize was lost.
A fraction of the energy thus spent
In scrapping over an object too big
to handle would have secured for each
gull an ample meal of smaller fish,
with which the lake abounded.
Or, a little co-operation, instead of
so much crazy competition, would
have lifted the fish to a safe place on
dry land, where all the gull3 could
have feasted at their leisure.
But they were only gulls;, hungry,
unthinking, gluttonous gulls.
Of course, men would have known
better. Yes? Cleveland Press.

TOWER OF LONDON.
It Once Had a Menagerie With a Mur Murderous
derous Murderous Orang Outanp.
It Is uot generally known that until
the year 1834 there was a rnt:;;;erie of
wild beasts In tne Tower of London.
In his book. "Imdou Survivals." the
Hev. P. H. Ditch field writ-:
"A word or two may be said about
this collection of beasts. It commenced
with the present of three leopards from
the Emperor Frederick to Henry III.
an appropriate gift, as our sovereign
bore three of these animals on his
shield of arms, and then a white bear
was added, for which the sheriffs of
JLondon were ordered to provide a muz muzzle
zle muzzle and an iron chain to secure him
when out of the water and a long, stout
cord to hold him when fishing in the

Thames. We fear his successors at the

zoological gardens do not enjoy the like
diversion. Then came an elephant. In
the time of Edward II. there was a

lion, for which the sheriffs, who must

have deemed these creatures trouble

some beasts, had to provide daily a

quarter of mutton.

-Paul Hentzner saw here In 1598
three lionesses, a Hon of great size -called
Edward VI. from his having
been born In that reign a tiger, a lynx,
a wolf, 'exceedingly old.' a porcupine
and an eagle. James I. often visited
the menagerie and used to enjoy bait baiting
ing baiting the lion with dogs or seeing a fight
between a bear and a lion. In 1754
there were two 'man tygers orang orangoutangs
outangs orangoutangs one of which killed a boy by
throwing a cannon ball at him."

MONTEAGLE

SUMMER RESORT

If you 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 510 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July

1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. wMonteagle Is on the
top 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 Hjure, Monteagie, Ten Ten-aessee.
aessee. Ten-aessee. 6-13-tf

iI Bank Block, on

Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. liocal or
Bong Distance .Phone, 293

HE'S

MAE OBDEB MOUSE

"Johnny's Place"
I 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,
ad I am supplying that want.
JUST. A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

CHAUTAUQUA MUSIC CONTESTS

DIET AND DIGESTION.

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

PHONE 503
For Good 'Wood
. BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

Re-

Length of Time Different Foods

main In the Stomach.
Few people could make an accurate

guess as to the length of time different

foods remain in the stomach. The

popular ideas as to what are the most
digestible foods are all wrong, or near

ly so. In eating chicken, for instance,
one imagines that he is sure of a rapid

digestion, and yet chicken meat re remains
mains remains in the stomach, under normal

conditions, for four hours. Duck.

which Is generally supposed to be
much more difficult, to digest than

chicken, remains for only two hours.

A hard boiled egg lasts for four

hours, which is much longer than the

average, whereas boiled fish remains
for only an hour and a half.
It is a very common mistake to sup

pose that well boiled beef is very easily

digested, while as a matter of fact it

remains in the stomach for six hours,
which is longer than any other com common
mon common article of food. Tripe, on the other
hand, remains for only one hour in
the stomach and is one of the easiest
of all foods to digest
A period of one and a half hours is
required for apples, celery, cheese and
oysters, while twice this time is re required
quired required by rye bread, onions, sausage or
raw milk. Boston Herald.

mo J

Something Suitable.
"When a statesman has something

to say, let him say it," said a congress congressman.
man. congressman. "But this continual getting up
and talking on every subject under the
sun just for the sake of getting one's
name in the papers well, that sort of
thing gives statesmanship a bad name!
A deputation visited a jeweler's.
"'We want to buy a solid silver cof coffeepot.'
feepot.' coffeepot.' the spokesman said.
'Yes, sir; yes, sir- And the jeweler
rubbed his hands.
"'It's for a senator.
"In that case, sir, said the jeweler.

you will want something with a long
spout. "Chicago nerald.

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
aforesaid, and that said firm will
pay the sum of ONE (HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case
of catarrh that canot be cured -by
the use of HALL',S CATARRH
CURE. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to (before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, iNotary Public.
Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the

blood and mucous surface of the sys

tem. Send 'for testimonials free.

F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.

Take Hall's Family Pills for con

stipation. adv
Highest Waterfall.

The highest waterfall in the world Is
the Cholock cascade, In the Yosemite,

which Is 264 feet high.

. CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT

If you are ever troubled with

aches, pains or soreness of the mus

cles, 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

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in le ts 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 sailor.

$2.00

Good Old 70 Proot 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 eend us and
meet tne price of any other
legitimate house.

AND RETURN

MONDAY, SEPT. 14,

-VIA

ATIAKHG :: COAST

Standard Railroad of the South,

pecial Traiii.

Schedule announced later.
Tickets limited to September 16.
For information call on Ticket
Agent, or

J. G. KMden

Division Passenger Agent,
Tampa.

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

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

t. ALEX AN DE

PRACTICAL,
Carpenter ae.BiiIliIeir
Careful Estimates made on all Con

tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other

Practical Use of Seismograph.
Probably the most unusual purpose
to which the seismograph has ever
been put is that of determining the
amount of vibrations mAa locomotive
as a result of unbalanced driving driving-wheels.
wheels. driving-wheels. Engineers have devised
some ingenious methods of cutting
down this vibration which means a
greatly decreased consumption of coaL
DLRRHOEA-QUICKLY CURED
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as much as 12
year3 ago. At that time I was seri seriously;
ously; seriously; ill -with summer complaint.
One dose of this remedy checked 'the
trouble," writes iMrs. C. W. Florence,

Rockfield, Ind. For sale by all dea1-

ers. Adv

The Riming Speller.
A correspondent mentions the diffi

culty experienced by budding authors
in spelling words in which dipth thongs

'ei" and "ie" appear. An easy manner
to recall the order of precedence of the

vowels .'. is contained in an ancient

rime:

"I" before "e"
Except after "c"
Or when sounded like "a"
In "neighbor" and "weigh."
New York Sun.

A Horse Laugh.
Motorist (blocked by load of hay) I

say, tnere. pun out ana let me Dy.

Farmer Oh, I dunno, ez I'm in any
hurry. Motorist (angrily) You seemed

in a hurry to let that other fellow's

carriage get past. Farmer That's
'cause his horse wuz eatin my hay.
There hain't no danger o yew eatin
it, I reckon. Springfield Republican.

Happy Outlook.
Mother, to engaged daughter I don't
care if he is a millionaire. It's really
perfectly outrageous for you to think
of spending your young life with that
old thing.

"Oh. that isn't all I think of spend

ing, mother, dear." Life.

Corrected.

Teacher Earl, did you whisper to

day? Earl Yes; wunst. Teacher

Clarence, should Earl have said
'wunst?" Clarence No; he should

have said "twicef." Everybody's.

Continuous Performance.

Mrs. Crabshaw (to daughter in ham hammock)
mock) hammock) Haven't you got rested yet

from last night's dancing? Marjorie

Tes. ma. but I'm resting for tonight's

dance. Puck.

Condiments.
Excessive use of all rondiineiits. ppp

per. mustard, etc -will in time destroy

the digestion.

Blood Destruction

Stopped and Rebuilt

Worries Overcome, Evidence

Brushed Away, The
Skin Cleared

One of these Interesting and Enter

taining Affairs will be Held In
Ocala Next Spring
It is well to mention at this time
feature of the Chautauqua which

is to be 'held in this city next March,

which -bids fair to be one of much in interest
terest interest to this community, as well as

the sourroundlng 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

ingly 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

ing of men and women of real worth.

Who 'hath no music in his soul shr

Realizing these ifacts, Dr. George

Selden Waldo, director of the Chau-

tauqua circuit of Florida, of which

this city is a member, has 'Iniugnrat 'Iniugnrat-ed
ed 'Iniugnrat-ed this musical contest at each of

the chautauquas under his manage

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 musicians
ians musicians who will appear on the pro

gram.

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 be as follows;

Any white boy or girl of eighteen

years or under, residing in the state

o't Florida.

Contestants must have at no time

taught' piano or 'been employed as a

paid pianist.
Piece must ibe memorized.
Piece must be by recognized iom
poser of high grade music.
No "ragtime" permitted..

No piece shall take over ten min

utes for its rendition.

The piece must be fourth grade or

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higher.
Contestants will be marked,
among other things, on the follow following:
ing: following: : 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 Tefer the
the name to the chairman of the

piano contest committee.

In addition to the above contest,

there will be another one in decla

mation, in which Dr. Waldo will
also award a gold medal to the win winner.
ner. winner. Details of the declamation con

test will be given later.

In Glass Jogs, Packed in two One Gallon Jugs if you 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 Tlace."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of It in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.
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Medical, Surfllcal, 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 f o., and Troxler's stands.
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age damage done and repairs the damage, it also
looks after the possible damage and cor corrects
rects corrects all tendency to blood eruptions, decay
of bones, clogging of joints and any and
all of those myriad of destructive effects
such as rheumatism, catarrh, swollen glands,
6ore throat, bronchial affections and the
host of infirmities bo well known as being
caused by Impure blood. And now, why
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Largest of All Barometer.
The big barometer at Faenza, Italy,
let up some years ago as a memorial
to Torricelli, is thought to bo the
hugest of all such instruments. Tie
oil column in this barometer stannA
normally at about thirty-seven fe',
md its fluctuations are read in fet
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As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead In this vicinity. The best ma materials,
terials, materials, choicest patterns, sure fit,
stylish cut, and careful finishing
make the men who wear our Suits
the envied among their fellows.
And they are generally first favor favored
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According to the best reports ob obtained,
tained, obtained, operations for the last week
have been in favor of the allies.
Monday, the German invasion of
France reached high tide, and the
'battle that- was fought that day
along a line from Chateau-Thierry
to Verdun, may have been the Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg of the war.
Saturday, the Germans were al almost
most almost in sight of Pari3. Then their
great army, which has swung around
the left of the French frontier and
cut its way thru Belgium and nor northern
thern northern France, suddenly turned to the
east. 'No explanation of this move move-metn
metn move-metn has been -made, but it is be believed
lieved believed that the invading force was
running short of ammunition, and
was compelled to form a junction
with the armies, which coming from
the .Rhine, were trying to force their
way thru the frontier fortifications.
Monday and Tuesday, the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, French and British battled
tremendously along a line that had
Chalons for its center. It seems that
the allies had every advantage of
numbers and position, and -were com comparatively
paratively comparatively fresh. The Germans,
worn out by their unparalleled ef efforts
forts efforts of the last three weeks, gave
way, and for the last two days have
.been in retreat. Three million men
were in this battle, the greatest in
tlie world's history.
So the allies say. m Xo reports
have come, from the Germans, except
their claim to have captured the
frontier fortress of iMaubeuge with
-10,000 prisoners. This the 'French
deny.
The French also claim to have
repulsed the Germans from Xancy,
and to toe again moving on Alsace.
On the east, the (Russians claim

I to have won victory after victory, to
! have overwhelmed the Austrians in
Galicia, to have driven the Germans
1 back in Posen, and now to have in

vaded Silesia and to be threatening j

Berlin, which, according to their re reports
ports reports i3 only 200 mile3 from their
outposts.
Xo denial of these claims has
come out of Germany and Austria,
and for the past few days they have
made no claims of their own.
In the south, the Servians and
'Montenegrins continue, they say, to
defeat the Atlstrians.
In the far east, the Japanese con continue
tinue continue to besiege Tsing Tao, the lead leading
ing leading fortress and city of the German
possession of Klao Chau. They are
confident of success and taking their
time.
Contrary to expectations, no more
nations have gone iinto the war
Turkey, probably admonished by the
German and Austrian reverses, has
made no move; consequently, Italy,
Grece, 'Bulgaria and iRoumania are
yet neutral.
There have 'been no operations of
note reported from the sea forces of
any of the powers.
It was reported Thursday that the
leading financiers of .Europe would
bring pressure to stop the -war. It is
understood that the United States
will offer mediation if it thinks there
is any chance of its 'being accepted.
Dispatches from 'Rome and Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad claim that Austria is ready to
make peace, even if f,he has to desert
Germany. It is believed that Ger Germany
many Germany would accept an offer of peace
cn the terms that no territorial lines
should be changed nor indemnity
asked.
It is not believed, however that
the allies will make peace .without
taking territory from both Austria
and Germany, so it is likely that the
war will go on.
It is the opinion of military ex experts
perts experts that the Germans 'will rally

jagin, perhaps today, and certainly In
I o fair Vlarc -o ti rl rtn o V o o r rvt V n t on

preme effort to crush the Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French armies in Northern France.

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the world over for from 12 1 to '-.'l Jf
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Ten Yards of good Mattress Ticking, the
quality that sells upward of 12 1
cents per yard, Saturday and jf rf
Monday only"""""""""""""""" y m&fi
Only Ten yards to a customer
Six Pairs of 35 and 50 cent slightly second

grade Black Cat Hosiery for men and
women lisle thread, all shades, for
Only six pairs to a-customer

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Fifteen Yards of Sea Island 36 inches vide,

regular 9 and 10c values, on Saturday,

and Monday for only
Only Fifteen yards to a customer

Ten Yards of the famous A. C. A. Feather
Ticking, 20c values, Saturday and jffrbl! f
Only Ten yards to a customer
Royal Blue and Peperell Sheeting, no seams,
size 81 x 90 inches; 90c and $1. ii
grades, Saturday and Monday only (r
Only Four to a customer

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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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Would you not take a hacce
of five to one? Especially where
you got FULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance of
five lo one to win a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? A Veil, that is just what I am
Offering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
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And a big Bargain at the Price
IN
Marion Heights
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH.
Each without interest.
There Is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you five do. When the
five are sold the purchasers will
draw for the sixth $100 Lot
One of you five will get it FREE.
TALK TO ME. QUICK, for they
will not last a week
JAMES EtlGESSER
PHOXE 401, OR 37.
Ocala, Florida

ULTRA VIOLET LIGHT RAYS.

If they succeed in this, they will
again push forward to Paris. If they
fall, they must -retire to their coun country
try country and fight for the life of their na nation
tion nation on their own soil.
It is believed that the Germans
have withdrawn at least 230,000
men from tFrance and moved them to
their eastern frontier to meet the
Russians, who have loomed up more
tremendously than their friends or
enemies thought posible.

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Weirsdale, Sept. 9. 'Miss Irene
Gates, of South (Lake 'Weir, visited
relatives in Ocala a few days last
week. '
Mr. D. W. Faulkner, formerly, of
South Lake Weir but now of Oxford,
was here Thursday with a 'friend
from East Tennessee, a. 'Mr. Provi Providence.
dence. Providence. These men looked at the
hotel and other property around
Weirsdale. ''Mr. Providence has been
in the 'hotel business for years and
contemplates locating liere. If he
purchases, several men (from near
his hbme in Tennessee and Kentucky
will also come .with the purpose of
making a home here.
Mr. H. B. Collln3, woodsman for
the turpentine camp southeast of
town for the last year or so, with
his wife, took ithe train Thursday for
Newberry. The closing down of the
works -causes -us to lose this good
family. They sent their household
goods to iNewberry, where they will
be stored while Mr. Collins seeks a
position.
The scribe neglected to mention
last week the return of Mr. and Mrs.
IE. C. Albertson and 'Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Coggins, from their 'Qarollna
outing and touring of some northern
cities. They have much to say of
the good times' they had, and of the
wonderful sights they beheld.
'.Mrs. Smith, who lives southeast of
town, traded in Ocala JFriday.
Mrs. J. A. Logan returned Friday
from a very unuch enjojed visit with
Crystal River friends.
!Dr. (Earl Ly tie and Agent R. H.
Gano, autoed to Ocala (Friday, re returning
turning returning that evening.
R. F. Ganb, agent at Lady Lake,
is oi? hit vtvLtIon. He relieved his
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brother here Friday.
IMrs. J. Blair and children, of Rod Rodman,
man, Rodman, are visiting 31rs. Blair's sister,
Mrs. A. M. !Reed, for a few days.
(A colored man by the name of Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Jones let his horse get away
from him In town last week. People
tried to stop the horse, but did not
succeed. He ran toward South Lake
Weir, his home, scattering fragments
of the fcuggy along the way. Xo one
was hurt and the excitement soon
subsided.
Rev. G. V. Albertson of DeLand,
who visited his brother and family
here, preached a very Interesting
sermon to an appreciative congrega congregation
tion congregation at the church Sunday night. He
and his son, Dewey, started home
'Monday afternoon. They drove thro
the country.
We are sorry to report that Mr3.
S. A. Buckley has not fceen feeling
well since her return from Kentucky.
Messrs. R. H. and R. iF. Gano are
both on vacations. They recently
left to take in the sights In several
northern cities.
Messrs. H. Rast, W. L. Baird
and Allan Cameron were in Ocala
Tuesday.
Dr. Earl Lyile went to Tampa
Tuesday. Dr. Lytle expects to locate
at Tarpon Springs soon.
'Mr. Balrd Is relieving Agent Gano.

How Man May Some Dty Extract His
Food From tho Air.
Science begins to dream of a day in.
which man will gather als food direct
from the air and digest It without
much aid from the various ferments
and Juices which are inw mainly In

strumental in that work.
The chief agent In thLi mighty revo revolution,
lution, revolution, according to no les an author
ity than Bertholet. win be the ultra
Tlolet light rays. These are not visi visible
ble visible to the human eye. They do not
appear upon the spectroscope. They
affect the photographl: plate, bow bow-ever,
ever, bow-ever, and are probabbly discerned by

some of the lower arilmals. .whose
6ense of sight Is much mcre acute
than that of man. :
Much is known of their chemical ef effects.
fects. effects. Few microbes can long with withstand
stand withstand their power. The redness and
pain of "sunburn" are their work. They
are particularly injurious to the eye,
which upon exposure to them becomes
totally blind In a little while.
Through the agency of these rays
Bertholet has actually combined car carbon
bon carbon dioxide and water vapor Into
sugar and other carbd:iydratc3. He
has Inclosed carbohydrates, fats and
albuminoids In sealed vessels of
quartz and has seen th2m digest un under
der under the rays. The proems is very ex expensive,
pensive, expensive, of course, bui It is hinted
that modern inventive nenius will so
cheapen It In time that fields of wheat
may be replaced by factories where
food Is. manufactured from the gases
of the air.
And should the men of that day be
troubled with Indigestion the samo
agent that makes their food will come
to 'their relief. Stomach troubles will
disappear at once before a little bulb
of light rich in the ultra vlolt t rays.
Boston Herald.

BIFOCAL LENSES.

They Had Their Origin In Den Frank Frank-;
; Frank-; Jin's Double Glasses.
Everybody who uses bifocal glasses
probably wonders where the Idea orig

inally came from. Bifocal glasses are
the kind that possess two separate
lenses cemented together so that by
looking in the upper part one cad see
tLt a great distance and by looking
through the lower half one can read.
Most authorities are inclined to giTe
Benjamin Franklin credit for the in invention.
vention. invention. He was. so the story goes, an
Inveterate reader and could not use his
reading glasses when looking any dis-

Finally the notion came to him that
he could combine bis glasses, and he
thereupon had the iense3 cut In half
and one-half of each -lens placed In the
rim of each spectacle rim. The result
was that a single pair of glasses was
sufficient, though present day oculists

have affected his eyes.
From this idea the oculists gradually
developed a glass In which the lower
part was arranged for reading and tho
upper part for long distance vision,
while the annoying "marking line wm
eliminated. Washington Star.
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Mount Rainier's Shadows..
There are some wonderful shadow,
effects produced by and upon the gi gigantic
gantic gigantic snowy cone of Mount Rainier.
It sometimes happens that the sky as
seen from the city of Tacoma Just be before
fore before sunrise is covered with a dome
of cloud 15.000 feet or more In height,
while behind the peak, toward the east,
the sky Is clear. In such circumstances
the rising sun casts the shadow of the
great mountain upon the cloud curtain
overhead in the form of a vast blue
triangle, the point of which rests upon
the apex of the peak. At other times
the shadow of the earth can be seen
creeping up the cone la a distinct
curve, while the flush of sunset stains
the snow above the line of shadow to
a deep pink.

The Dritish Crown.
The present crown of the English
king was originally made for Queen
Victoria at her coronation in 1S3S. The
principal Jewels were taken from older
crowns. The most noted stone Is the
great ruby which was given to the
Black Prince by Peter the Cruel after
the battle of Navarette In 1SG7. It was
also worn by Henry V. in the crown
encircling his helmet at the battle of
Agin court in 1415. Philadelphia Press.

Cause For Suspicion.
A mother who frequently went out
to spend the day with her friends had
jeen accompanied always by her seven-year-old
son. One evening on return returning
ing returning home very much bored with the
day's experiences, he said to her:
"Mother, if you don't stop taking me
around with yoti so much people will
think you have married a dwarf."
Harper's Magazine

His. Part In the Drama.
Two women who claimed the same
man as a husband were airing their
troubles in court.

'Who's the skinny fellow over
there?" asked a visitor.
lie's the bone of. contention.1
chuckled the court attendant.
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They Rarely Are Idle.
! cn it Is nothing more than an
Idle rumor.

iliv i cueH not It Li the busiest
oni rumor that ever happened.
HfookJyn Kagie.

Pa's Little Jcke.
OMnd-Pa. why did yon give ma
ili it Hitle rins with n watch In it? Vx
1 wanted time to bang lightly on her
viid. tuy son. Exchange.

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THE OCAIill; EVENING STAR, -FKXDAY; SEPT. 111014

Woodmen meet this evening.
Victrolas at The iMurray Company.
Sons of Confederate Veterans meet
tonight.
DCew books at The Murray Com
pany 9-ll-3t
if it Is from Gerig's it is of good
quality - 9-1-tf
Pens, ink and -tablets at The 'Mur 'Murray
ray 'Murray Company. .9-11-31
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lans ford's. 8-22-tf
ilr. II. S. Hall faas returned from
a short 'business trip to Tampa.
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Mr. IE. O. Cordrey of Lynne was a
-visitor in the city today.
If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf
School supplies at The .(Murray
Company. 9-1 l-3t
ix copies or sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Office supplies, all kinds, at The
Murray Company. 9-ll-3t
We now have new crop rye seed
lor sale. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
ltexall iNice is recommended .for
excessive perspiration. 25 cents, at
Gerig's. 9-8tf
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf
Just remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple implements.
ments. implements. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.
Mr. Franz Weston, manager of the
Cummer mines at iNewberry, was in
the city last night, the guest of Mr.
L. tR. Chazal.
Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and im implements.
plements. implements. Ocala Seed Store. ; tf
Gerig's, the store, with a clean
fountain and good carbonated bev beverages.
erages. beverages. : 9-1-tf
Dr. W. K. LaneSpecialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat Office Law
Library Building, Ocala-rtAd v.
Mr. J. T. Hutchins of -(Romeo was
in town today. Mr. Hutchins is the
county oommissi'oner-elect from the
northwest? corner of the county.
Dr. D. IR. EHandley, state prison
physician, has (moved .with bis family
to the Ocala Mouse' and will make
this city (his iionne and general head headquarters.
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WEATHER REPORT
This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily toy Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer. for the gov government.
ernment. government.
'Max. Mln. R. F.
Sept. 1. ...... .90 '69
Sept. 2........ 90 69
Sept. 3.. .89 70
iSept. 4 79 70
Sept. 5 .89 70
Sept. 6 90 69
Sept. 7. ... . . .87 70 '.
Sept. 8. ... ... . .87 68
Sept. 8 ,..,..92 67 .28
Serpt. 10... 89 69 .28
Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Partly cloudy tonight and Satur
day.
IDr. Arthur L. Izlar, who was taken
quite 411 while visiting his patients
at the hospital yesterday, is much
better today, and will soon be out
again.
The teachers examinations which
'have been in progress at the old
Ocala high school building all the
week closed today, the attendants all
leaving on the afternoon trains for
their respective .homes. f
Judge W. S. Bullock and Mr. H. M.
iHampton left this morning for Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River to fish and cruise in the
'waters of the gulf for a few days.
They .will embark on Judge Bullock's
launcn and join Messrs. Sam IBur IBur-ford
ford IBur-ford and .fljaGrange Sistrunk at
Black Point.
tAsk your doietor as to our pre prescription
scription prescription service. Gerig's the reliable
prescription pharmacists. 9-8-tf
Quite a Jittle. excitement prevailed
for a 'few minutes on (North Main
street this afternoon when the awn awning
ing awning in front of the Luckie garage
was discovered on fire. It was ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished with a hand extinguisher
with no further damage than burn burning
ing burning off the canvas. Just what startr
ed the tire is not known but it is
thought that some one threw a light lighted
ed lighted match or cigar from the offices
overhead.
Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-18-tf
'Mr. G. 'H. Hooper and bis superin superintendent,
tendent, superintendent, Mr. Vinzant of Romeo, were
in the city today. 'Mr. Hooper re recently
cently recently opened a phosphate mine at
this -point, which bas been closed
down, 'but for only a ghort time he
thinks.
Mr. G. A. Carmichael Jeft yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon ifor Hot Springs, Ark.,
to spend a few weeks at that resort,
which always (benefits him so much.
The members of the Boys' Club,
who bave been having the time of
their lives this week camping at Lake
Weir, -returned this afternoon.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
LOST OR STOLEN tAfan bull ter terrier
rier terrier dog. Finder please Teturn to
Bernard Koonce and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 9-11-tf
TUOlTLiES 1000 tbaby turtles want wanted,
ed, wanted, at $5 per 100. Write if you
only have 25. tHurry now. H.
tAitken, 43 South 19th street, Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, Pa. 9-11-lt
PURSE LOST -today, Thursday, be between
tween between 1 and 1:30 p. m., between'
the court bouse and residence of
Mr. G. A. Carmichael. 'Finder -will
please return to this office or 'to
ceive reward. 9-10
JFOR REXT Six-room cottage, elec electricity,
tricity, electricity, gas and water; convenient conveniently
ly conveniently located in good neighborhood;
$18 per month. Address, Cottage,
care Star. 9-ll-6t
WANTED Year around proposition
on farm 'by white man with exper experience;
ience; experience; not afraid of work; can go
to work at once. Address Far Farmer,
mer, Farmer, care Star. 9-ll-6t
REGISTRATION NOTICE
The registration book for dlstrici
No. 1, (Ocala). will Jbe open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of ear'
week from the 1st Monday in August
till the second Saturday In October,
1914. In all othr districts two days ia
each week from the 1st Monday in
'September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does rot
i apply to anj person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion county, thouprr
they may have voted in the primary
cannot vote In the November electioT
unless they register again prior to th
second Saturday in October.
Supervisor Registration Marlon Co

OCALA AWAY AHEAD

Got Away with Cedar Keys with Al Almost
most Almost HJdiculous Ease in
Yes-terday's Games
A double-header closed the series
between Ocala and Cedar Keys yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. Ocala played a
little better than usual, and Cedar
Keys went to pieces. The result was
15 to 6 in favor of 0jala in the first
game and 8 to 3 (unfinished) in the
second. Clark pitched for Ocala in
the first and (Harris in the second.
Following is a report of the games
by innings:
First Game First Inning
Cedar Key: With two down Hol Hol-brook
brook Hol-brook reached first on an error but
iMar&hard struck out. f,
Ocala: With one down Harris
reached first on an error and came
ihome on Zewadski's three-bagger.
Zewadski in turn scored on Batts'
three-base hit. Thompson reached
first on a fielder's choice. Batts
scored when the pitcher threw low
to second, Thompson going to third.
Thompson scored on iDavis' sacrifice
fly. Dewey struck out.
Second Inning
Cedar Keys: Charpia walked, B.
Charpia flew outt Sewell and Marsh Marsh-nan
nan Marsh-nan grounded out.
Ocala: Dinkins struck out, Clark
grounded out and, Chazal flew out.
Third Inning
Cedar Keys: Out in succession.
Ocala: With one -down Zewadski
sent a hot liner to left field -which
took a -bound and went to the fence
for a homer. Batts flew out and
Thompson grounded out to pitcher.
Fourth Inning
Cedar Keys: With .two down
Charpia reached first on an error,
but B. Charpia flew out to third.
Ocala: With two down, (LMnkins
singled, stole second and third. Clark
went out on a grounder to first.
Fifth Inning
Cedar Keys: Two down, Wilson
reached first on an error. Williams
singled tout Hodges ended the inning
'with a fly to Harris.
Ocala; With one down (Harris
singled and went to third on the pit pitcher's
cher's pitcher's error. Zewadski reached first
on a fielder's choice, Harris scoring.
Zewadski scored when the catcher
let. one roll to the grand stand. Batts
and Thompson went out in succes succession.
sion. succession. Sixth Inning
Cedar Keys: 'Holbrook 'walked;
Marshard was hit .by the ball, Char-
ipia reached first on a fielder's choice,
Holbrook toeing saugnt at third. IB.
Charpia walked. Sewell flew out to
third. -Marshnan doubled, scoring
all three men. WTilson.was "hit 'by a
udtched iball and Williams walked.
Hodges 'walked and two scored on
Holbrook's single, who stole second.
Hodges scored on an error. Marsh
ard flew out to left.
Ocala: Ocala took her turn at the
merry-go-round and did a little bet
ter than Cedar Keys. Davis singled,
reached second on an error and stole
third, ewey reached first on the
catcher's error, Dinkins singled, Da
vis scoring. Dewey scored -when the
catcher missed the ball. Clark .walk
ed and 'Dinkins was caught at the
plate on Harris' fielder's choice
Chazal Hew out. rHarris reached first
on a fielder's choice. Clark and iHar-
A. D. B
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Slock,
where he Is now located in the
handsome new Corner Store, Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia and South Second Street, where
he will be pleased to see his f wends
and cusomers.
FIRST CLLSS PAMIIiY GROCERIES
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
A SPECIALTY.
A Hint for
Coming fraternity
In a little book designed for expectant
mothers more complete Instruction is
given in the use of
"Mother's Friend.
This is an external
embrocation applied
to the abdominal
muscles for the pur
pose of reducin;
the 6train on liga
ments, cords and
tendons.
Ii serves to ease
the mind, indirectlv
nas a most beneficial effect upon the
nervous system and thousands of women
have delightedly told how they were free
of nausea, had no morning sickness and
went through the ordeal with most re remarkable
markable remarkable success. "Mother's Friend" has
been growing in popular favor for more
than forty years. In almost every com community
munity community are grandmothers who used It
themselves, their daughters have used it
and they certainly must know what a
blessing It Is wherr they recommend it
so warmly. It is used very successfully to
prevent caking of breasts.
"Mother's Friend"-has been prepared In
the laboratory of Bradfleld Regulator Co.,
304 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga., for more
lhan two generations and can be had of
almost any druggist from coast to cca.3t.
Write to-day for the little tool.

ROOKS

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MARKETS

NAVAL STORES
New York, Sept. 11. Turpentine,
43 to 45. Rosin, $3.75.
ris scored on Zewadski's single. Ze
wadski stole second and third and
scored on Batts eingle to right.
Batts reached third when the pitcher
threw low to second and scored on
Thompson's single to right. Thomp
son scored on Iavis double Davis
stole third and scored on the catch
er s error, tuewey reached first on
an error, stole second and was
caught at third.
Second Came First Inning
Cedar Keys: Williams, Holbrook
and Marshard went out in order.
Ocala: AYdth one down Harris sin singled,
gled, singled, Zewadski reached first on an
error. (Harris scored on Batts' field
er's choice. Zewads-ki scored on
Thompson's single and Batts scored
on an error. Davis flew .out. Dewey
reached first on an error and stole
second. Dinkins reached first on an
error and Dewey scored when the
first baseman threw wild to home.
Dinkins was caught going to third.
Second Inning
Cedar Keys: With one down,
Charpia singled. Sewell struck out
and 'Marshnan was hit 'by the ball.
Wilson iwas also hit. Williams
grounded out, Charpia -scoring.
Marshnan and .Wilson scored on Hol Holbrookes
brookes Holbrookes double. 'Hodges singled "but
was caught napping.
Ocala: iWith two down, Harris
reached first on an error and stole
second. Zewadski walked and 'Har 'Harris
ris 'Harris scored on Batts single. Thomp
son struck out.
Neither team scored again except
In Ocala's halt of the third. With
one down Dewey singled, Dinkins
singled and stole second Clark
struck cut. Chazal singled, scaring
Dewey and Dinkins. Chazal -was out
going to third.
The game was called In the fifth
Inning on account of darkness.
; Following are the line-ups:
Cedar Keys
Marshnan, c.
Wilson, p.
B. Charpia, 1st b.
Ocala
Clark, p.
Dinkins, c.
Chazal, 1st b.
Davis, 2nd b.
Zewadski, ss.
Dewey,, 3rd lb.
Batts, rf.
Harris, If.
Thompson, cf.
Hodges 2nd b.
Charpia, 3d b.
Williams, ss.
Marshard, If.
Holbrook, cf.
Sewell, rf.
In the second game 'Harris pitched,
Burford going' to the field. Cedar
Keys remained the same.
OCALA PltOOP
Should Convince Every Ocala
Reader
The frank statement of a neighbor
telling the merits of a remedy,
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
J3y some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's an Ocala case, an Ocala citi citizen
zen citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
. L. B. McKenzie, GO 7 Tuscawilla,
street, Ocala, says: "I have used
Doans Kidney Pills off and on for
the past three years and they have
never failed to relieve me when my
kidneys have been disorderd, bring bringing
ing bringing on attacks of backache. I have
frequently told my lfriends about
Doan's Kidney Pills and always
recommend them."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. McKinzie had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo. X. Y. Ad 1
ACUTE IXDIGETIOX
"I was annoyed' for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, follow followed
ed followed by constipation," writes iMrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, X. 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 procured
cured procured 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.
SHERIFF'S SAL.K
Upder and by virtue of an execution
Issued, out of and under the sal of the
circuit court in and for Dvval county,
Florida, datetf the 25th day of July,
1914. in a certain cause wherein the
JklcGraw Tire and Rubber Co.. a. cor corporation,
poration, corporation, is plaintiff, and the Seminole
Rubber Company, a corporation, is de defendant,
fendant, defendant, and C. I Anderson is defend defendant
ant defendant in execution, I have levied on and
will on
Monday, the 5th ilay of October, 1014,
the same being: a leal sales day and
during the lepral hours of sale, will of offer
fer offer for sale at the west door of the
court house in Ocala, Fla., and sell the
same to the 'highest and best bidder
for cafh the following described real
estate in Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Lots 1, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8, 9. 11, 12
of block 14, and lots 2. 3, 6, 7, of block
1, in Marion Heights, according to plat
book recorded In public records of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, in plat book "A"
on pige 166.
Sold to satisfy said execution and
all cots. J- P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff Marlon County, Florida.
D. GREENWOOD HALEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff. 3-4-frI

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of course yon think that yon

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of the earth, nomadic tribes camped over particular sections of
it; homes and trading places were not fixed; land was too plenti plentiful
ful plentiful for individuals to dispute over the occupancy of any particu particular
lar particular spot.

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Shrewd Elopement Trick.
The newest elopement trick was re recently
cently recently worked in Switzsrland, where
the parents of the covple v. ent on- a
trip to the top of a mountain. While
they were there the couple got a bob bobsled,
sled, bobsled, coasieu down the mountainside
and were awp.y cii an express before
the patents could cet down the moun mountain
tain mountain on the railway.

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ocala, Ha.
FLORIDA.
Speech and Thought,
"The -gift of word3 is sometimes
spoken of disparagingly by "practical
men. But words are merely the sym symbols
bols symbols of ideas; and nobody really has
the gift of word3 who has not also tho
gift of thought Before one can talk
vith power he fir3t must be ab!e to
think- There never was a great speak speaker
er speaker who was net iiso a real thicker.

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