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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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Porter & Harding
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, PLOEIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1914

NO. 216

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FRANCE GERMANS ARE BEII

ACK BY ALLiES

RETREAT OF KAISER'S ARMY ACCOMPANIED BY FEARFUL LOSS AND THREATENS TO
BECOME A ROUT

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GERMAN WAR OFFICE IS GIVING
OUT NO XEWS FROM
AR3IIES IX THE WEST
Berlin, Sept. 12. That the Ger Germans
mans Germans have teen victorious at ;Lans ;Lans-berg
berg ;Lans-berg and Lyck, in East Prussia, is of officially
ficially officially announced. The -Russians
were driven over the 'frontier near

Crajewo. .'-.

No news is being given out from

the west.

S' Paris, Sept. 12, 4 p. m. The Ger-
" raans have evacuated Vitry iLe Fran-
Ncois and the foanks of the Saulx,
abandoning 'much ammunition and
tmany heavy guns. The Germans in
'the Argonne district are retreating
through the BenneIcus forest.
GERMAN LOSS IS APPALLING
It is officially tated here that the
f Germans are retreating everywhere,
some places .they are fleeing in con confusion
fusion confusion and utter rout, abandoning
their dead and wounded and large
quantities of war munitions. The
) losses in the ranks of the kaiser's

armies for. the last Ave days are ap appalling.
palling. appalling. ...
ALLIES KUSH OXWAI1I)
It is officially announced that Brit British
ish British troops have crossed the Orocq
river and are rapidly pursuing the
' fleeing Germans.
French 'troops captured an entire
corps of artillery.
In 'Argonne the fourth German
army has ibeen thrown .back to north
of the Trois-Fontalne forest.
The fifth German army 'has been
pushed 'back -and the French are now
occupying Vassin court.
The German center is weakening,
and the section near Vitry Le Fran Francois
cois Francois is retreating .rapidly eastward.
The .(battle at Marne was turned
ilnto a victory for the allies.
FOOD IS FAILING

The Germans are running short of
provisions and are retreating in great
disorder. -V'v' "-.
The indications are that the allies
have -cut the German iline- of com communication
munication communication on the allies left. The
Germans retreated north to a line
(passing through Soissons, Briane,
Fisme3 and the .heights of .Rheinis.
The allies are 'pursuing them but
meeting feeble resistance.

GERMAN ARMY WORN OUT
Londo.?, Sept. 12. While the con-

ztict in France rages today, the

mighty war machine of the German
emperor shows much evidence of
collapse. It seems to have lost Us
energy and aggressive spirit which
characterized the first weeks of the
'struggle. ,,. vj'.,.V
The Germans are cremating their
dead on the field. Their losses have
been terrible. The German forces
are ibeing pressed steadily backward
by the allied troops. "
THE WEEK HAS BE EX OXE LONG
RATTLE S';'':'
Since Sunday, when the enemy's

sweep southeast' of Paris was check checked
ed checked on the Grande Morn, the German
war machine has been showing signs
of nvear and each fresh day of tbattle
has -closed with the allies in a more
favorable position.
On Sunday there was furious fight fighting
ing fighting along the Grande 'Morin, which
continued at La Ferte-Gaucher
throughout the night and on Monday
morning the enemy began to retreat
upon their new line along the Petit
Morin. There they were allow no

frest, for the allied forces were tast

ing the rare joy of the offensive and
wished to taste it xo the full.
On Tuesday the German command
became apprehensive for the safety
of its communications and saw
looking on its right flank, a possi possibility
bility possibility of disaster.
North of Paris the French found
ampler room for assenrbling a large
army and while the iBritish were slip slipping
ping slipping from the northeast of 'Paris to
the east with ; the Germans their
place ofgl6ry -was taken :by a strong
French force which moved up to the
River Ourcq and 'became a very ser ser-ious
ious ser-ious menace to the enemy's retreat retreating
ing retreating movement. The Ourcq formed the
upper blade of a pair of shears, of
which, as they were gradually clos closed,
ed, closed, the Grande Morin, the Petit
Morin and the RiTer Marne formed
the lower blade. :
, Immediately, the German staff
realized this situation, and endeav endeavored
ored endeavored to extricate itself from ibetween
the 'blades iby a ra'pid retreat and .by
a series of furious but fruitless on onslaughts
slaughts onslaughts upon the French holding the
Tight bank of the Ourcq.
The fighting here has ;been of a
(peculiarly desperate character. The

(French, however, stand firm along
the Ourcq, while "the British have
crossed the Marne and driven the
enemy a distance of twenty-five
miles.'; f
iFrom the center news is meager
but-the French are understood to be
progressing. The j Germans appar apparently
ently apparently are suffering from lack of am ammunition
munition ammunition and it would seem that
their difficulties in obtaining sup sup-plies
plies sup-plies from their (base have only be begun.
gun. begun. If all their plans succeed, as
they have done during the last few
days the allies should be well on

their way to victory.

GlobeVVerniCke cabinets not only
save you work, tout improve the looks
of your office. Get one at The .Mur .Murray
ray .Murray Company. 9-ll-3t

Flower pots and jardinlers in all

UCCESSFUL

Arsons

ALLIES CAPTURE SIX THOUSAXR
GERAL1XS AXI) LAOIEXSE
AMX)UXT OF AMMU-
xrriox
'Paris, Sept. 12. The capture of
6,000 Germans by the allied troops
near Soissons was reported today.
The allies also captured an ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition train five miles long.

BACK FLOW

OF BELGIANS

OCCUPnXG 3IAXY TOWXS THEY
LOST IX AUGUST
lAmsterdaim, Sept. 12. 14 dispatch
from Ghent says that Belgians nave
reocoupied that city.

SULTAN

BE SORRY

JOHX JiULL WILL SMASH HIS
XAVY IF HE ASSISTS THE
, GERMAXS
.Rome, Sept. 12. BHtain is pre prepared
pared prepared to strike a quick fblow at the
Turkish navy if the porte decides to
assist Germany, says the Tribuna today.

AX ERRATIC AIRSHIP

French Biplane was Destructive to
Its Friends
London, .Sept. 12. A dispatch to
the 'Post from Paris says a iFrench
military biplane, caught in an air
pocket above Bois de Vincennes, fell,
killing two aviators and four persons
in the street. Four other persons
were severely injured.

WAR OF AVORDS

Followed by Real .Fight With One
Fatality
Millinocket, Maine, Sept. 12.
More than fifty (lumbermen battled
in the woods at Grand Brook last
night after an argament over the
European war. One man was killed
and three injured.

FRANCE lll'T

STOP FIGHTING

SHE AVILL XOT THIXK OF PEACE
WHILE IXVADERS ARE OX
V HER SOIL
Washington, Sept. 12. Further
difficulties, were thrown in the way
of 'peace for war racked (Europe to to-dajr,
dajr, to-dajr, whenit 'became known Presi President
dent President Poincare of 'France nad indicat indicated
ed indicated that he ibelieved the allies would
be victorious in the end and that
France was not disposed to talk fpeace
while Germans troops were on
French tJll. There is the most "pro "profound
found "profound resentment in iFrance over the
German invasion.
OCCUPATIOX OF UPOLU
'Honolulu, Sept. 12. The South
Sea island of U.polu, on which is sit situated
uated situated lApia, the capital of German
Samoa, was occupied without resist resistance
ance resistance by New iXealand troops 'August
29th. The German officials were
taken prisoners.

GREAT BATTLE BETWEED RUSSIANSJIIS-

TRIANS AND GERMANS IN GALIG1

RUSSIAIIS :COIIIIIIIE TO CLAIM THAT AUSTRIAN AMIS
III EVERY FIGHT ARE SHATTERED AND ROUTED

Petrograd, Sept. 12.- A decisive
battle .'between Russians and Ger Germans
mans Germans and Austrians in Galicia is rag raging
ing raging today. Both sides nave been re reinforced
inforced reinforced and there are upward of
2,000,000 men engaged. The Ger German
man German center rests on the Vistula river
and Is strongly fortified.
AUSTRIAN' FORCES ALMOST WIP WIPED
ED WIPED OUT
Paris, Sept. 12. A dispatch from
Petrograd says that the Austrian
armies nave been practically ex exterminated.
terminated. exterminated. .The Austrian losses in
the second battle in Galicia were
130,000, including 90,000 prisoners.
RUSSIA XS CLAIM AUSTRIAXS ARE
ROUTED
Petrograd, Sept. 2. The Austrian
retreat along the Briestierta river
In Russian Poland became a rout.
Thousands were forced into a deca decade
de decade and slaughtered. The entire left
wing of the Austrian army Is threat threatened
ened threatened with annihilation.

WILL LOSE THEIR"

LOSS TEnniFic

AT LllieiLLE

LMPEXDIXG LOSS OF A LARGE
PART OF GALICI AX ARMY
FOR THE AUSTRIAXS
Petrograd, Sept. 1 2. It is official officially
ly officially announced 'here that the Austrian Austrian-left
left Austrian-left wing in Galicia has -been cut off
and is 'being surrounded. This is the?
result of the Russian victories at
Tomaszow, Opole and Tourbin.

OPEN DAY AXD XIGHT

Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte, and lunches

sizes at Ocala Seed Store. S-lS-tf j at any hoir.- Adv.

ASKING FOR AID

THOUSAND OF LIVES LOST AXD
MILLION'S OF PROPERTY
DESTROYED IX CHIXA
'Washington, Sept. 12. 'Over 3, 3,-300
300 3,-300 were drowned 'by an unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented flood in China, i3 reported in
a dispatch to the state department
today from Canton, asking for air.

Three million 'people are homeless.
The property loss will reach fifty
mllon dollars.

The kindergarten and primary
school, conducted by Misses Rowley
and Gates the past two years, will
reopen 'Monday, September 28th,
1914. 9-4-20t

BRITISH WIPED OUT OXE OF
WILLIAM'S IWVORITE

REGIMENTS
Paris, Sept. 2. An unconfirmed
report today declares that the Ger Germans
mans Germans buried 23,000 of their own men
after the 'battle of Lunevile.

AXXI 1 1 ILATED THE
OWX

KAISER'S

AffililllG THE
GATES OF OOESLAU

RUSSIAN'S CLAIM TO HAVE PUSH PUSHED
ED PUSHED THEIR COLUMNS FAR
TO THE WEST
Paris, Sept. 12. A dispatch from
Petrograd cays the Russians have
.teen operating Derore i Posen and
Breslau for the past fortyelght hours,
after occupying Petrokow and Czes-
techowa.

', 'Paris, Sept. 2. It has just 'been
learned here in official circles that
the entire Jager regiment, a crack

LINED AT LVeit

RUSSIANS FAILED TO DRIVE THE
GERMANS OUT OF AN EAST
PRUSSIAN TOWN
Berlin, Sept. 12. The Twenty-

. nnftjsecond Russian corps which has heen
German organization of nearly 3,000

men, was completely wiped out by
the British Tuesday.

CANNONADE OFIV
THE SWEDISH COAST

Rittle Likely Between Germans and
Russians in the Baltic
Stockholm, Sept. 12. Heavy can cannonading
nonading cannonading in the Baltic Sea indicates
that a naval tattle is in progress
this morning. A German squadron
wa3 sighted In the vicinity of Evot Evot-?cha,
?cha, Evot-?cha, Sandoe Island.

sia via Lyck, was defeated by Germans.

MRS. CARMAN WILL RE
TRIED FOR MURDER

Iineola, .X. Y., Sept. 12. Mrs.
Florence Carman, wife of Br. Edwin

j Carman, -wealthy Freeport physician,
i will be tried for murder In the first
i

degree. Accused of killing Mrs.
Louise Bailey, one of her husband's
patients, Mrs. Carman was indicted
by the grand jury.

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

DOIMKS

NO MORE
NO LESS

500 Patterns
on Display

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

ENGLISH WOOLEN MILL

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WORLD'S LARGEST TAILORS
Cam Building, OCALA, FLiL

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAit, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1011.

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGEIt & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
'SL R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter.

PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

i (Domestic)
ine year, In advance .$5.00
lix months; iii ad ranee. ... 2.5 n
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, ji advance. . .50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One moD'h, in advance. ... .80

which they are residing, the Turks
are entirely within their rights.
Americans would not stand for a
minute for the proposition that
Great .Britain or Germany should
set up a court on our soil for the

trial of British cr Germans -who

might have law suits or get into
trouble. It is possible that when the
war is over, some of the powers con concerned
cerned concerned may try to force the treaties
back on Turkey, hut the United
States shouldn't :be one of them.
If 'Americans can't trust Turkish
courts, let them keep out of Tur

key.

THE FIGURE ON

THE FLORIDA DOLLAR

It is jusf. as well to can the discus discussion
sion discussion about who started the war.
What we want to figure on now is to
Und somebody .-who can stop it.

James Gordon Bennett, 'proprietor
tf the New York Herald, who was
married to the Baroness (Renter in
Paris, 'Friday, is away over the Osier
limit.

-Straub of the St.

Petersburg

Times, and one of the smartest writ-
ers on the Florida press, fills 'his edi editorial
torial editorial page with ibaseball dope, re reprint,
print, reprint, etc. The Star moves that
JStraub be impeached.

To fool the airsnip corps, Cossacks
"have painted their horses green.
When the snow falls they will have
to change the color. Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. You needn't worry about what the
the Cossacks will do when snow vfalls.
They use the snow for hedquilts.

To those who think the paragraph paragraph-ers
ers paragraph-ers of the country should not joke
about the war: Attendants in an in in-.
. in-. sane asylum, in order to keep from
rgoing insane, allow themselves to in indulge
dulge indulge in no sympathy. They look for
'the funny side of everything. We are
;"just trying to keep the nation sane
in the .midst of a crazy world.
Clearwater Sun. V
(Mighty good 'policy, too.

she could join the parade in-perfect
safety. If the -parade is confined to

American nations, they can make a
(big display. The United States has
the second navy in the world, and
Brazil, Argentine and Chile have
some very fine ships. Cuba and Mex Mexico
ico Mexico have some smart little 'boats, and
Peru, Columbia, Ecuador, Venezue Venezuela
la Venezuela and Uruguay will be able to send
representatives. 'Each Central Am American
erican American nation has a gunboat or two,
so the line of craft is likely to he
long and varied.

metal, and has a cheap

would reflect on the state.
The Star thinks the commission is
making a wise move in 'preparing to
send moving picture films to the ex exposition,
position, exposition, and hopes it will raise suf suf-ficent
ficent suf-ficent funds to make a complete ex

hibit of that description. But as for i .;.
the Florida dollar, everybody in this j X
bailiwick -who has sen it makes fun j
of it, and wc don't suppose Ocala ; X

people are different from others in j
that respect.

look th a t J VXXX :-XX-: XXK-XXXX'3

COOKiXG

NATIONAL MARKETING
COM3IISSIOX NEEDED

THE MARION COUNTY FAIR

As the other papers using the In International
ternational International News Service are not
complaining the Evening Sun must
have (been the only paper in Florida
asked to pay 2 5 per cent, increase in
the price of the service furnished.
Clearwater Sun.
CXvt so. The Star was also asked
t toccome across, but as the Interna International!
tional! International! ;yet ogives more for the money
than any other service, the Star is
making no kick.

' (More than ever do we need the Ma Marion
rion Marion County (Fair. Its 'whole purpose
is to show the resources and possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of the county. It is to help
the farmers, and now, more than
ever, it seems to us, should greater
efforts be made to tmake it an eye-opener-
an actual demonstration of
what we are capable of doing. The
hands of those who are trying to
make It a success should be held up.
Don't 'lets cry it down. Banner.
The Star takes pleasure in repro repro-during
during repro-during and endorsing the foregoing
from the iBanner. The principal aim
and purpose of the Marion County
Fair is to inform and encourage our
people iby a mutual exhibit of our
resources and explanation of our
methods. iNext to this is for us all
to meet and have a good time. There
should not he anything on the
grounds to cause the least contro controversy.
versy. controversy. There are plenty of other
places to discuss (politics, morals and

reli

FLORIDA CANNED GOODS
IN HIGH FAVOR

We nave assumed that an enemy
could or would destroy our Panama
canal. FVVihy 'has no attempt been
'made "on the Kiel canal? Since
.EXf gland largely depends on the food
supply 'brougTit thru the Suez canal
why has no Zeppelin .been sent to
nttack it? Times-OJnion.
TihaTs the fact that the Kiel

The Times-Union of Friday says:
That (Florida canners can claim the
same trade equality with those of

Maryland and other states is the
opinion of J. iD. Rooney, secretary of
the Marion County Board of Trade.
Cited as his authority is Secretary
Wiley of 'the Western Association of

Truck -Growers. Being an official of
the American Canners' Association,

Secretary Wiley some
made a trip to Ocala:

At that time 'he compared toma-

Editor Star: I have observed In
your issue of the 10th inst. a further
editorial comment on the Florida
Dollar particularly referring to the
headless figure on one side of the

coin.
We take great pleasure in making
this matter clear to you and enclose
copy in explanation of the particu particular
lar particular form of figure adopted in this
case.
This figure represents a 'Nike or
a winged figure. In this particular
Instance the figure used is that of
the Nike of Samothrace. Originally
this statue was chiseled out of Gre Grecian
cian Grecian marble by one of the most fa famous
mous famous sculptors of ancient Greece.
The Nike of Samothrace was
erected (by order of .Demetrius Pol Pol-iorcetes
iorcetes Pol-iorcetes in commemoration of a nav naval
al naval victory which he won over an
Egyptian general, Ptolomy, off the
Island of Cypress in 305 or 306 B. C.

In all treaties on mythology, both
Roman and Greek, describing the
work of the ancient sculptors the
history of many Nikes are given. In
a few instances these figures were
made without wings, sometimes they
were but small statues which were
held in the arms of large ones rep representing
resenting representing the gods and goddesses of
the ancient world;,, however at a
later period these Nikes were in increased
creased increased in size until they compared
favorably with all other statues.
The particular Nike or winged
figure of victory used upon the Flor Florida
ida Florida dollar was made with head and
arms as any other statue. It is not
known for a certainty just where it
was located, ibut it was probably
from Athens or on the Island of Cy Cypress.
press. Cypress. It is today located in the
Louvre in Paris. This particular fig figure
ure figure is a representation of Victory
standing gupon the prow of an an ancient
cient ancient Grecian war ship. She is arm armless
less armless and headress- and it was from
this particular statue In Paris that

the figure on the Florida dollar was
talcen. -The facts as to where and
when this statue was- found and re removed
moved removed to the French capital and
placed in the great art gallery are
not available.
The statue was made over 2200

years ago and at some period in the

months ago Uiistory Qf the world during that time

Senator Fletcher of Florida has
introduced the following needed
measure into Congress:
Senate Joint Resolution 183
Joint resolution for the appoint appointment
ment appointment of a national marketing com commission:
mission: commission: iWhereas it is patent that there are
defects in the economic system of the
United States which affect adversely
the producers and the consumers of
agriculaural products; and
Whereas recent exigencies brought
about iby the European war have
largely accentuated this adverse con condition
dition condition and to a degree which justified
the recent utterances of the 'presi

dent of the United States In the mat matter
ter matter of the high cost of living; an 1
Whereas the bureau of marketing
of the 'United States Department ft
(Agriculture is assembling informa information
tion information and securing statistical facts
bearing on this proposition; and
Whereas it is recognized for the
distribution cf farm products should
begin with the actual producers and

not he done through governmental
agencies; and
iWhereas the present abnormal con con-conditions
conditions con-conditions present an opportunity
hot only for the temporary solution
of this problem but also for the per permanent
manent permanent organization of the agricul agricultural
tural agricultural forces of the United States:
Now, therefore, 'be it
'Resolved ;by the Senate and House
of iRepresentatives of the United
States of America in Congress as assembled,
sembled, assembled, That the president be au authorized
thorized authorized and requested to appoint a
National Marketing Commission, to
he composed of twenty-nine members
fifteen of whom shall be farmers and
fourteen of whom shall he selected
with reference to their eminence in
commerce, law, finance, and trans

portation.

Sec. 2. That such National Mar

keting Commission shall meet in the

city of Washington at a time des

ignated .by the president and organ organize
ize organize tby the election of officers and
adopt a plan of action 'for the effec

tive organization of the states, coun

ties, and localities of the United

States for the economic distribution

of the products of the farm, with

power to act in so far only as affect

ing Individuals and organizations

that shall elect to become a part of

this national marketing system.

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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 805 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 FTT THE NEEDS OF YOUR WIFE.
JUST TELL HER T6 COME IN AND PICK OUT THE
ONE SHE NEEDS. NOTHING COULD PLEASE HER MORE.

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it was knocked down from its pedes

tal and the head and arms werej

nE IirSTLES

is too well guarded against 'toe3 ro'wn "and canned in tms state tbroken off. of all the 'Nikes in ex-

theBritish, and the Suez canal, is out with those frm 'Maryland. !He is re- lstenice :this is the finest work of art.
of reach of the Germans 'has some- Puted to have stated that the 'Florida Art critics declare that miore life and

tiling to do with it.

superior to tnat or pnerrv are Sh0wn in the lines of this

figure than in the wrork of any

,2L few weeks ago we noticed in the
IPensacola .News a report of jan out-

irage committed on a respectaDle
wOiite girl :by a citizen of Tallahassee,
tmt Che -affair seems to have heen
flushed irp. In Friday's Sentinel
there is a Teport of a similar event
in Orlando, (but the Sentinel does not
describe a lynching following the
occurrence, and the Star will bet a
cookey that it is hushed up, too.
There is not much use in lynching ne negroes
groes negroes for this crime if; white men are
to 'be -allowed to 'commit it with impunity.

product was

Maryland.

Just at present the plan of getting knowll SCulptor.

Tt is the figure of a

the Florida wholesalers and brokers

to push the sale of the state canner canneries
ies canneries products is the general problem.
It is :believed to toe a fact that nearly

all of the canned tomatoes and other
vegetables used in Florida are
brought in from other states.
Several members present here at
the recent organization meeting of
"the 'Florida vegetable marketing

woman in heavy drapery standing on

the prow of a ship and facing a heavy

wind blowing across the Mediter

ranean. It hasifoeen copied "by sculp

tors of all nations for the past twen

ty-two centuries and the critics de declare
clare declare that it 'has never been surpass

ed in its particular style of "beauty

and technique.

R. H. Sanders has just been noti

fied by the tailors of Cincinnati,

whom he represents in this section

that he lias been awarded a cash
prize of $150 for making the second

largest record in clothing sold dur

ing their contest Just closed. Hard
times do not affect the one who hus

tles. iDunnellon Advocate.

TN WING to the great demand for jooms, we,
U I have opened the house for the accomodation
of the public. The remodeling of the house
has not been completed, and the formal opening
will not take place nor will all rooms be ready be before
fore before September 15th. However we have ample
first class rooms, with every modern convenience,
for all who may apply. No flies, no dirt, airy and
comfortable,
We are spending $15,000.00 on and in the Ocala
House, and no hotel in the state will be better
equipped to care for the traveling public, and at
moderate prices.

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ent of the Daily Mail sends the fol

lowing,, which reads like a latter day

On the Florida dollar this iXike, or version of the "Charge of the Light .J

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Lf ui t-au saiu 'tudi iuu uverriue uixj- i n crarK ficmro rf V fitnrv. IS renre- ensauc.

sented as standing on the prow of the "On 'Monday morning, August Z4,

s-hin nassins through the Panama after chafing at the long delay, the

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It typifies the victory of Am-

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erican energy over xne great tjubtu-

Im AM Silzes
AmcI Prices.

duct of (Florida s vegetable farms
should 'be 'directed to the canning

plants. Owing to the 'fact that Flor- anal.

ida tomatoes compare 'well with

'Having faced the Russians for a
month Austrian soldiers no doubt
wonder 'how in the world the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese compelled the "bear that walks
like a man" to dance. Either the
Austrian troops are not in the same
class with the Japanese or the (Rus (Russians
sians (Russians have profited by their defeats
In 'Manchuria.- Savannah News.
The truth of the matter "probably

is that the

those of other states, it is (believed cies encountered in the construction

this should encourage such industry,

together with the establishment "o'f

canning plants.

It is the 'belief of Mr. Rooney that)
a canning community in (many sec-1

tions of the state will soon ibe a
reality.

of this great waterway. This figure
represents the highest point attained

by ancient Grecian sculptors.
Florida 'State Commission.

Second British cavalry brigade let

loose at the enemy s guns. Tne

i Ninth lancers -went into action' sing

ing and shouting like school tboys.

"For a time all seemed well and

the leaders had charged almost to

within reach of the enemy's guns

when suddenly the Germans opened

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The Star was very well aware that

conceaiea macnine guns at a rauge oi

JEditor Straub of the St. Peters-

Russians in 'iManchuria rhurg Times is foreman of the Pinel- derstand and see'it in that light the

the figure on the Florida dollar rep represented
resented represented some noted -work 'of the

ancients, and if everybody could Tin-

were greatly outnumbered. In the
Russo-Turkish .war of 77-78, at the
Biege of Plevna, the passage of the
Balkan mountains, and the capture
of Kars, the Russians did as good

hting as any soldiers ever did.

las county grand jury. If they would

put all the newspaper men in the av-

erage county on the grand jury

thereof, what an exodus there would

'be when court convened?

ISVe try to print al the items that

a (tiio nvni .n-iraiip h formal are news, or that will

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encourage,

opening of the Panama canal next
March, ships of the following nations
can take part: United States, iMexi iMexi-co
co iMexi-co and all Central and South 'Ameri 'American
can 'American nations, Cuba, Italy Spain, Nor-s-tlv.
Sweden, Denmark, Greece,

Turkey and China. That Is, if some
of them don't get into the scrap hy
tihen. If any British, (French and
Kussi an ships are in the -vicinity,
ihey will probably take part. They
tove a right to remain in neutral
igraters for three days. So ifar as that
Is concerned, if a German ship man man-'aj.d
'aj.d man-'aj.d to get inside the marine limit,

help or cheer any of our citizens
along life's rugged road. We all
douibtless would enjoy reading the

news rwhen it's about the other f el- 'beauty of the sculpture.

low, but our policy is to leave to the of the .boat the figure stands

symbol would 'be appropriate. In its
criticism, the Star spoke from the
standpoint of the man on the street,

who is sldnm well nosted on such

matters, (but who nevertheless is the aIso f e11

man who has to pay the bills. The
victory the commission alludes to
was a very obscure incident in the

general run of history, and the sta

tue, as shown on the coin, is entirely

too small for anybody to realize the

The prow

in re-

150 yards.

"The result was shattering and the

lancers caught the full force of the
storm. Vicomte Vauvineaux, a

French cavalry officer, who rode with

the brigade as interpreter, was

among those killed. Other officers

y u u u u u

Lodge

tor the cs3
a few hours

gossips the spreading of scandals sembles the bow of an ordinary canal

that only leave sorrow in their trail.

dDunnellon Advocate.
jVery good policy for a local paper.

In abrogating the treaties that
give British, French, Germans, Am

ericans, etc., in Turkey the right to

be tried before their own tribunals, jcipal objection the Star

boat much more than it does the
prow of an ancient galley, which at

that time was always 'beaked and
had a figure-head. The figure of a
merchant steamer entering the canal

would have been not only in better

taste, but better looking. The prin-

has to the

".While the -bulk of the brigade

swerved to the right the others held

on ana roae iuu uu mtu nc en

tanglements 'buried in the grass
thirty yards in front of the machine
guns. They were made prisoners.
"Three regiments of the best cav cavalry
alry cavalry in the British army went into
the charge and suffered severely.
The Eighteenth hussars and the
Fourth dragons also suffered, but
not to the same extent."

The rest room which the Occia merchants maintain
of our out of town visitors who are in the city for

with nothing to do Is located on the corner of Fort King avenue
and South 3 la in street, opposite the Theus-Zachry furniture
store. The ladies especially will find Comfort lodge a convenient
place to rest during the day's shopping. The conveniences we are
able to offer At Comfort Ixxfee are free and you are Invited to
take advantage of them.
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE

Is YoiiF leemaim MmnM

instead of those of the country in I coin, however, i3 that it i3 base

PRETTY CORXEU IXT CHEAP
The pretty corner (two lots) im immediately
mediately immediately west of the new Xorth
Ocala church for sale. Very cheap
for cash. R. R. Carroll. 9-8-tf

We mean are you getting the service we wish to give you and which
you ought to have? TVe believe you are. Most of our customers are
satisfied, and we are pVoud of the fact. But If there is anything wroas
in our relations we want to know it NOW, so we can do our part In
straightening it out before the rush days come.

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THE OCAJUA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTE3IBER 12. 1014

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COME TO US

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KING COOPERATION OF

THE ENTIRE STATE

Much Good Advice from Secretary
Rooney to Jacksonville Real
Estate 'Men

SWEET AND TRUE 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 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

SCARED BY A FISH

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from the Jacksonville Metropolis,
making it a state institution.

Following this line of thought, he ; -would
have the Jacksonville Real Es Estate
tate Estate Exchange 'become an aii-state Or Maybe It Was a New Species

organization in cooperation with the

of Inland Sea Monster.

Now

Roasting

A.' Genuine Java andl Moea

In l ib. Packages Always Fresh Roasted
45c:' IPcei9 IPoTLiiici
By the way, come and see those little solid alcohol stoves, 75 cent3

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CARN BUILDING

PHONE 163

OCALA, FLORIDA

(Jacksonville Metropolis, Sep. 11)
Aside from the annual report of
the treasurer of the Jacksonville Real

Estate Exchange at the imeeting held

yesterday afternoon at Olivetto's res restaurant,
taurant, restaurant, a great deal of interest cen centered
tered centered in the reports and address of
the guest of honor, J. D. (Rooney, sec secretary
retary secretary of the Marion County Board
of Trade, and Dr. R. T. Weaver, a
prominent member of that hody, giv

ing a great deal of credit to B. K.
Hall, George Leonard and W. A. 'Rid 'Riddle
dle 'Riddle for their work at -the Pittsburgh
-convention.
(Mr. Rooney and Dr. Weaver also
held a consultation with the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles committee which was appointed
to -work for the 1916 convention of
the National 'Association of Real
Estate Exchanges, which will be held
at Los vAngeles next year.
Will Send Fruit

Secretary 'Rooney stated that Ma Marion
rion Marion county intended to send through
the Board of Trade several car loads
of citrus fruits and offered the sug suggestion,
gestion, suggestion, which was most favorably re received,
ceived, received, that all the counties of the
state combine and send; altogether,
about ten car leads of citrus .fruit to
Los Angeles with, the committee.
This, he believed, would 'be one of
the greatest advertising features
possible and would have more effect

on making an entering wedge into
the Western -market with (Florida
citrus fruits than any other method

that could be devised.
He dwelt .principally upon coopera

tion of all sections of the state, liken

ing Florida to a hand .The hand, he
said, was useless without the wrist.

Taking Florida as the hand, he point pointed
ed pointed out, Jacksonville is the wrist,

through .which and toy no means of

which the entire state is benefited.
He made it plain that Marion county

S through its Board of Trade, was in

hearty co-operation with Jacksonville

and Duval county through the vari various
ous various departments of its Board of
Trade.
Stand for Whole State
Whatever is done by or through
Jacksonville, he continued, should
stand for the entire state and all of
the organizations for the welfare of
the state and its people, principally
the little farmers, should line up and

! follow the same policy as the Flor

ida Metropolis in changing its name

various other similar organizations j
of the different localities and with

A VISION IN RED EAGLE LAKE.

the new Floriia Vegetate Market Marketing
ing Marketing Bureau, which was organized
here -this week largely through the
efforts of Mr. Rooney.
Kent Building Here
In connection with this, a builling

is to ibe rented here toy the real es- j
tate men to 'hold exhibits from each

county In, the state, it being the be- Glacier National park, devoured by
lief cf Mr. Rooney that Jacksonville mosquitoes as b!g as cultures, as fierce
should have this, as, viewing the as tigers and as numerous as drops of

matter from the standpoint of an

outsider it 13 the logical gateway

into Florida. The railroads have al-

It Couldn't Have Been a Dream, the
Angler Admits That, Nor a Bear, Nor
a Shark, Though It Did Look Like a
Dog, but Anyhow and Luckily It Got
Away.
In camp on Red Eagle lake In the

BETTER TEAM WORK NEEDED
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS

ready promised their cooperation.

The tendency of this exhibit will

ibe to secure settlers for the various

sections of iFlorida by honest and

prima facie methods, letting them 1

see for themselves .what they are
getting. Moving pictures of the var

ious sections of the state, showing

the actual agricultural, fruit, cattle
raising and other conditions o! the

various sections will be installed sot aslde. What follows is fact uu-

that a prospective settler may seo ; adorned, unexaggerated fact. 1 could

water In the PacUlc ocean!
This Is a bad beginning for a fish
story- The language seems to suggest
that the narrator has already become
unreliable. As a matter of facL phrases
which are strictly accurate may be
palpably misleading.
The language of hyperbole Is needed
to present an "adequate picture. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps the mosquitoes are not quite so
big or fierce or numerous as stated, but
they seem to be.
But to the fish story. And the lan

guage of vivid metaphor shall be laid

and judge, and will not have to de depend
pend depend on word of mouth and colorfu1 ;

advertising. '
To Have Rest Room

A letter from the state department
of education says:
This office has discovered that the
forces working for the betterment of
rural school conditions in Florida
are not In sufficiently close touch
with each other to promote efficient
team work. In view of this fact wo
have decided to establish a system of
communication that .will carry to all
cgents, active and afSiated, a month monthly
ly monthly message of what some one or more
of their co-workers are doing or
planning to do to -advance the cause
of (public education. It is our pur pur-pose
pose pur-pose to (form a sort of clearing house
thru which will pass the worth while
ideas and experiences that have
worked their way into the education educational
al educational and agricultural activities of
Florida.
We shall be greatly obliged if you
will send ns notes of progress, or
give us salient features of any plan
or scheme you have in mind for the
improvement of the system.
There is another ireason, equally

stronger team work, that justifies us
In the establishment of a bureau of
'publicity. The taxpayers are the
stockholders In -the great business of
public education and we, the teach teachers
ers teachers and school officers, are the agents

not have dreamed It 1 cannot even
now that I have begun to put pen to
naner hooe to tell it in such a way as

to bring the scene with realizing ear- appointed to administer the affairs of
nestness before the eye of my brother the 'business. The taxpayers shave a

lA rest room 'will also be provide!, anglers. Tight to demand, and it is our duty

it was evening, i ms uu me iuc .;o gIvGf a tatement of management,
alone in my little canvas boat. The actIvitie3 and resluts of the business,
fishing had been good. 1 was return-
, i rrK i- .f Real school progress can never be
lng to camp satisfied. The sack of fish. ..
my fishing kit. discarded tackle, the attained until we secure the uniform
net, etc.. lying at the bottom of the co-operation of the -people. Make
boat, it seemed safer to leave the rod the schools do things for the tpeople,

fc'how the cost necessary to make this

where the prospective settler may get j
actual information as well as com-j
fort and have ether advantages. j
Dr. Weaver outlined the work and j
the purposes of the meeting of the I
farmers and truck growers here i

when they formed
bureau. He stated

way to induce the home seekers, the!

little farmers who come to the state
to live and who invest everything

they have in their new homes. Is to i

provide a good market and good
.marketing facilities, so that they
may be reasonably sure of a sur

plus.

the marketing i to poke out over the stern, the flies
that the only trailing the water out of mischief, as

vital school and the people will want
to' do things for the school without
'"ceing asked. Taxation without re
suHts is (burdensome.

1 is our privilege this month to
give you a 'brief statement of the
good work in -Volusia county. Supt.

ibelieves stronger rural

fShepard

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ar Will Rtoli Give Away

iQUi MJ.

BUT it WILL give eacli 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 1.50 book redeemable for that amount. Past' due subscriptions. Dai Daily
ly Daily or Weekly, will get a book for. 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:

I thought, where they could not get
tangled with any of the truck.
So I rowed along gently, happy in
the slaughter I bad accomplished and
wishing my friends had been with me
to do their share. And the rod shot
over the stern of the boat before my

very eyes:
I had the presence of mind not

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The charter committee also report-; maue a wrwuru uan uuu hu iu. fc tQ the jw of an efficient public

scrhool system, and Is showing his

lansed my collapsible boat 1 sat In

speechless amazement, too startled for

thought
And then close by a mighty splash splashing
ing splashing and plunging. I turned and saw
. m a. a. .iL I

on tne top or me wnier bomeiuiuu hIs progressive policies.

swimming, a red brown neaa ana

ed that it was ready to submit the: 1 lulsul'7;J
, rrc n ment would undoubtedly have col-

charter at the next meeting of the
V A. I t A n 1 V f T-- f 0 TX

-proved.
(Mr. iRooney and Dr. -Weaver (have
remained in Jacksonville for a few
days in connection with the work of
the Florida Vegetable Marketing
Bureau, 'holding consultations and
securing the cooperation of the
various concerns affected hy the organizations.

faith 'by works. His county board,
composed of men with hig minds,
broad vision and large and successful
experience in .business aflairs, co-operate
with him 'fuily in carrying out

Office supplies, all kinds, at The
Murray Company. 9-ll-3t

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

MARIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE

(Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

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

III

To illustrate how the plan will savetyou money and bring back the equivalent in cash, just what
the paper has cost you either the Evening Star or Weekly Star: Suppose your first call, after receiv receiving
ing receiving the coupon book is at the grocery store, you trade twenty dollars worth, you give the clerk 19 or
your check, and, he will tear out of your book $1' worth of coupons and your bill is paid. You have
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
cent, discount); you bay a bedfor $10 $9 in cash and $1 worth of coupons squares you at this place.
You've saved $2 already. Your purchase at the drugstore is $5 $4.75 and a 25c coupon straight straightens
ens straightens you there. Suppose the purchase is only $1 at the next store; 95 cents in cash and a 5 cent
coupon pays it. Suppose you buy a wagon and harness amounting to $100; it would take your entire
$5 coupon book, but it would save you a FIVE DOLLAR BILL.

Just keep in mind, when you subscribe for the Star you can "Eat your cake and
if you take advantage of our MERCHANTS' CASH DISCOUNT COUPON plan. If you
paper, come in, pay up and get a book. If you are not now taking the Evening Star

Star, come in and do it now, and get a coupon book. You can send yo -r remittance by registered
letter, check or express money order, and coupon book will be mailed to your address.

keep it too,"
owe for your
or the Weekly

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Phone 51

Ocala, Florida

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730, o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.

Miss Florrie Condon, Secy.

shoulders. I was frightened. It was
so huge.
I thought of a bear, of a shark, and
stories of sea monsters flashed through
my mind. The thing was swimming
slowly. What I could see of It look looked
ed looked for all the world like the head of a
magnificent St. Bernard dog I used to
own.
Then 1 came to myself. I realized that
this was a fish of a species not known
to me and of an Incredible, unheard of

size. He had taken my fly. had hook

"We have set aside

spend on rural school

$15,000 to to-this
this to-this year;"

Supt. "Shepard writes.' The county
board has made definite arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to place graded libraries in in-every
every in-every school in the county before the the-opening
opening the-opening of the "next term. Outlines-,
and directions on decoration and7
(beautifying the school house and
grounds will -be -placed ni the hands
of the teachers and pupils. The nura nura-ber
ber nura-ber of teach er3 has been increased,.

ed himself on to the rod which he had j ealaries advanced, and thy fall all

i

ed overboard and was swimming the schools will be supplied with ad-

slowly because he was drawing It
along the bottom of the lake.
I chased him. He dived, came np
again with a splashing like that of

an elephant in a pond and smashed ; ;
down again. Almost I could keep up j
with him. slowlv did he swim and Altogether we a

In his J AOuuu lo ?2u,uuu in auiiaings,

equate furniture, fixtures, etc.
The iboard is now erecting modern
three-room school building at Seville

and Pierson. iNew buildings will be

ona and u:en-

re jspending

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,

meets in i'or.ge's Hall every Tuesday

evening at 8 o clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting

brethren. J. H. Eenjamin, N. G.

W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m., at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis

iting brothers. Win. Gob r, C. C.

Chai. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. Hall, at S p. m., every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, east side.
David S. Williams, E. R.
L. W. Harley, Secretary. Ad
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE

Ocala Lodge No. 699, L. O. M.,
meets every Thursday at S:30 p. na.
Visiting brethern always welcome o
the lodge and club house on Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia atreet, near postoffice.
J. D. Rooney, Dictator.

CONCORDIA LODGE F. L OF A.

Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonges Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

so much time did he waste

frantic efforts to get free.
If 1 had been able to row properly,
facing In a direction oposite to the
one In .which I was moving. I believe
I could have overtaken him. But I
needed to keep my eye on him, and
so had to backwater with the oars,
losing power at every stroke. I was
thinking slowly. 1 was still too stun stunned
ned stunned to think normally. I was puzzled
by the fact that such a monster did
not break my frail tackle in .a mo moment
ment moment There, was no resistance so long
as the forty yards of line continued
to unwind or the rod to move easily
through the water.
As often as be swung over and .drop .dropped
ped .dropped down on the six foot leader It slin slin-ply
ply slin-ply yielded beneath him Five times
he rose, and the fifth time I was quite
near him. He seemed to be anything
from four feet to six feet long. I have
at home a muskellunge which 1 caught
five years :io in the St Lawrence
river. He weighed thirty-two pounds
and mensnres forty-seven Inches. This
fellow was much bigger and more ter terrifying.
rifying. terrifying. And I have no other means of
guessing at his size and weight
Then with the sixth leap and dire
something gave, and the monster was
s-een "no more. I rowed slowly back to
camp actually unnerved by the adven adventure.
ture. adventure. Llteraily and be who will may
laugh at me I felt afraid to be alone
in the failinc evening light, alone on a
piece of watt-r inhabited by such crea creatures
tures creatures as the one who had pursued me
si nd whom I had pursued.
I was glad to hear the friendly bail
of my cuide from the landing place of
logs which we had constructed, to see
r he glare of the campflre and to sniff
the smell of supper. Then I reckoned
up my los a rod. ?3-": a reel. $17..rjO.
and a four dollar line nearly $150
worth of property at the !ottom of
Rtd Eairle lake! Her' C. F Aked.
I D.. LL D in Sew York American

Parlor Tricks.
PI!l-P!d von Tr rak part In any
parlor m;tgi.:-Y .lUl-Ot. yes thnf how
my wife hypnotize me Into marrying
her.-Yunkers Statesman.

If yon wish to reach the highest be begin
gin begin at the lowest SyruR.

to be ready for school In September.
Lake Ulclen special district ha3 re recently
cently recently bonded fci $15,000 for school
purposes, and Supt. Shepard is con confident
fident confident New Smyrna will pass an issue
th!s year.
The superintendent Is working
out a county score card which will
include many points not embraced in
the state sec re. He Is grading hi3
srhoolo in classes according to the
point3 considered on his county,
score card. Those school attaining

a certain oegree or emciency in

class work, monthly or quarterly

tests, passed upon by him, will likely

te exempt from the uniform county

examination. Schools exempt from

county examination will conduct

their own examinations at the end of

the year and send the questions, ans answers
wers answers and grades to hl3 oHize for in

spection. Mr. Shepard says he hope3

'in this way to hold up the standard
of the schools and at the same time
use the method as a means to build
up the school and increase the efforts
of the teachers and pupils.

We would advise school officers to
write Supt. Shepard for detailed
statement of hi3 plan to standardize
and classify rural schools.
Our August letter will show the
progress of school work In Polk and
DeSoto counties.

CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth FTiday In every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Health Note.
A Chicago physician say: "Good
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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SETTE3IHER 12, 1914

f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Thought for the lay
Just one little word in the morn morning
ing morning either makes or mays a day.
Mr. Merton Mann arrived in the
city yesterday from Tampa and :will
be -the guest of his aunt, 'Mrs. D. M.
Smith for a few days before going to
his home in (Boston.
Mrs. Jessie Barco Patterson and
daughter, Anna Lester, fhave arrived
at the home of TDv. and Mrs. Walter
'Hood for a afaqft visit en route to
their home in lliami. (Mrs. Patter Patter-eon
eon Patter-eon has made her 'home, in Clearwa-,
tor lor some lime. mm0
Mrs. James 'Badger returned to
her home at Oldtown today after a
week spent in the city as the guest
of relatives.
The members of the Boys' Club of
tills city .who are camping on the
north side of 'Lake Weir, deferred
their trip home yesterday, remaining
over for today, when their chap chap-orones
orones chap-orones gave them a fish fry. Going
down to join thorn in this happy
feast were 'Mrs. L. 'Hern and family
and 'Mrs. F, B. Beckham and 'family.
They swill return home this evening.
Miss Clara Johnson;' 'Miss Virginia
Sistrunk and Dr. E. G. Lindner re returned
turned returned this afternoon from a week's
stay ..'at the 'Seaside Inn, Uaytona
JJeach. Mrs. "A. C. Ham rick, -who
chaperoned the young ladies during
their visit, -will remain at the -hotel
some time longer. '. f '.
Rev. Edwin M. Henderson of
Lynne was quietly married Thursday
evening to .Miss Blanche Cor win of
Campville, the marriage service tak taking
ing taking place at the home of the bride in
the presence of the immediate fam family
ily family and a few intimate friends. The
young couple left immediately after
the ceremony and are now. at the
liome of tflev. Henderson's parents,
air. and Mrs. W. T. Henderson at
(Lynne, -where they will remain for
some time. Rev. 'Henderson is a
young Baptist minister and is to be
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BE AT OUR STORE ON NEXT WEDNESDAY AND
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 16 AND 17TH. WITH
HUNDREDS OF NEW PATTERNS FROM WHICH
YOU MAY SELECT THE UERY SUIT YOU WANT.
COME IN AND LET US TAKE YOUR MEASURE.
YOU WILL BE SURE OF A NICE FIT. OUR PRIC PRIC-ES
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congratulated upon the winning of so
lovely a fbride. Their many friends
extend their best wishes for a long
and happy life.
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miss Annie R. iMartin of Ocala was
In the city for the week end and with
her sister, Miss Hattie, has removed
to Inverness, tbut her friends hope
not permanently. Ihinellon Advo Advocate.
cate. Advocate. I
I (Mr. Fred R. .'Hocker left yesterday
afternoon for a visit to his wife who
is the guest of her parents, Dp. and
Mrs. Montgomery in Louisville, Ky.
Mr. A. M. Lansford left this morn morning
ing morning to join his wife In Charleston, S.
C. After a few days visit there, they
will return home (by way of the Clyde
Line to Jacksonville.
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Misses Kathleen Jackson and An-

i nie Davis were 'hostesses last evening
at a very, charming little auction
party as a farewell compliment to
Miss Ophelia Sawtell, who left this
morning to enter the nurse's training
department of Johns Hopkins hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. The affair was most informal
and those enjoying it" with the host hostesses
esses hostesses and 'honoree :were Misses Alice
, Bullock, iRuby Gissendaner, Bettie
M elver and Messrs. Pete Mcintosh,
W. J. Prink and T. D. Lancaster.
Refreshing punch was served during
the evening and after the games fruit
salad; wafers and sandwiches -were
placed the two daintily appointed
tables.
CIrs. John Graham and little
daughter have arrived home from a
short visit to -Mrs. Graham's mother
in Jacksonville, where they stopped
off a few days ago en route thorn e
from a lengthy visit to IBiltmore, N.
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Mrs. 'Redding of Ocala is the guest
of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Redding at their
heme in Springfield. Metropolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Osco Zewadski and
little son arrived today from Tampa,
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accompanied by !Mr. Guy Zewadski,
for a week's visit to their parents,
Mr. and 3Irs. V. K. Zewadski. They
came for a farewell visit to their
brothers, Messrs. Clarence and Olaf
Zewadski, who will leave Tuesday to
resume their school duties at the
University of 'Michigan.
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Will be Home Xext Week
The friends Of the von Engelken
family in this city will 'be glad to
read the following from the Palatka
News:
"'Mrs. 0F J. H. von Engelken of
Vin go lf-on-th e-Sa i n t-John s rece i ve d
a cable message from her husband
last Friday that sets at rest all fears
of his enrollment in the struggles of
the Fatherland. 'He sailed from Eng England
land England last .week and is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive in Xew York today. His pas passage
sage passage was secured on the Cedric of
the White Star Line.
That Mr. von Engelken had diffi difficulties
culties difficulties in establishing his American
citizenship Is evident from the fact
that he made effort to get his natur naturalization
alization naturalization (papers from this country.
He was born in 'Kiel, but came to
'American with his parents while yet
a minor. As his father was a nat naturalized
uralized naturalized citizen at the time the boy
arrived at his majority, the son was
naturally a citizen of the United
States,, however, to make assurance
doubly sure; Mr. von Engelken him himself
self himself took our naturalization papers.
"Mrs. von Engelken, who arrived
from her old home in Kentucky some
three weeks ago, has been much wor worried
ried worried because of her inability to hear
from him, but now he is on his way
home and likely to arrive inPalat inPalat-ka
ka inPalat-ka within the next day or-so, all is
sere." ; f ;
Misses Mary Burford, Minnie Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, "Jtuby Gissendaner, Messrs. O.
B. Howse, Clarence Meffert, W. B.
Gallagher, Tom Harris and Rev. "Ban "Banyan
yan "Banyan Stephens compose a jolly party
fishing on Silver river today. Dinner
was served at the noon 'hour at
Delk's (Bluff, and the party will re return
turn return home in the late afternoon. j
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iMiss Sue Feaster Moore returned
yesterday to her home In Ocala after
a delightful visit 'here- with ;Mts.
Bryan N. Walker. Gainesville Sun.
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UNIr. and Qlrs. S. J. Burnett are re receiving
ceiving receiving congratulations upon, the ar-

rival at their borne of S
J. Burnett,
Jr. This youngster came
Tuesday
night, jand weighed, nine and a .'half
p ou nds. G aio.esv4 He -Su n,
-Mr. (Frank JLytle and Ms charming
little daughters, 'Misses Juanita and
Mabel, carrfe up from Stanton this
morning tpvisitOcala friends. 'Miss
Juanita has just returned from a.
summer visit nortbShe "visited
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frieiidsin'wtAtbany, Ind.', and
on her way south stopped if or a
month's visit in the beautiful city of
Augusta, Ga. Leaving Augusta, she
came on home by Charleston and
spent a week in that historic city.
She had a solendid trip, but was
glad to see the lake again.
(A (party of young (people, chaper chaperoned
oned chaperoned 'by 01 r. and fMrs. Patterson,
went to Gulf Breeze to serenade Capt.
and !Mrs. Buster 'Howard, and were
pleasantly surprised themselves to
find that news had traveled before
fhem, and the young couple had de
licious punch prepared for them.
The cottage was thrown open and
the .would-be serenaders enjoyed the
evening as guests of honor. Crystal
River items in, Inverness Chronicle.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Galloway re returned
turned returned Sunday afternoon to their
home in Ocala. They attended the
funeral Sunday of Mrs. Galloway
brother, T. L. Sewell. Brooksville
"Argus..
Mrs. O. S. Burnett returned ast
rweek from a several weeks visit
with relatives and .friends in Ocata
and rejoined ;Mr. .Burnett at their
(home on South Beach street. Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Cazette-News.
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'Miss Sallie Sigmon, of (Lake Weir,
who has ibeen in the city for the past
(week as the guest of Irs. C. V.
'Roberts, taking the teachers' exami examination,
nation, examination, -will remain several days
longer 'before returning to the lake.
'Miss Sigmon has recently rptiimpd
from college in Virginia.
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iMiss Jettie Leavengood .went to
iDunnellon this afternoon for a two
weeks' visit with relatives.
Mrs. H. M. Webb of Iakeland is
the guest of her sister, 'Mrs. Joseph
jR. 'White at her home in the third
ward. Mrs. Webb was formerly Qliss
Inez :Edwards and spent her gklhood
oays in icaia.
Gerig's, the store with' a clean
fountain and good carbonated bev beverages.
erages. beverages. 9-1-tf
Dr. W. K. Iiane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

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AXOTIIER POSTPONEMENT
TO SEPTEMBER 28TII
The Phi Sigma is a select home
f school for girls and young ladies.
'
conducted amder our home roof. OUrs.
Looney, the ii3ciplinarian and man manager
ager manager of young ladles in school, is
convalescing from a severe sickness
and prefers to defer our regular
work to the 28th instant, at which
time she f "will be entirely herself
again and ready' for her active duties.
Prof. iLooney's special or private
work may ibegin on the 14th, either
afternoon or night. Phone 338. 10-3t
iMrs. Dannie Holland, an estimable
old lady, died at her home in Martel
this morning. She leaves a husband
a son, Mr. W. B. Ololland of Martel
and daughter, Mrs. F. A. Odelle of
Tampa. Qlrs. Holland .was 65 years
old. iMcIver & 'MacKay sent out a
casket this afternoon,, and the fun funeral
eral funeral will 'be held at St. John's church
tomorrow (morning.
miio fnnntv lurleres office aid a
good business in marriage licenses
today. Wedding papers were issued
to the follbwinwhite couples: L. M.
Porter and (Efella Smith, James W.
Blair and Aflie Hough, J. j. Lloyd
and Willie Vernie, L. E. Osborn and
Nell Randall -Martin.
OAIv VAIiE
Oak Vale, Sept. 12. 'Harvesting
time is ihere again, after a season of
hard labor.
Rev. Hartman4 of Gainesville, pas pastor,
tor, pastor, of the Midway. Baptist church,
has been conducting a series of meet-
NEW LOCATION.
I have moved my store from
South Main street to the Burnett
building on East Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, where I shall 'be pleased to
meet my old as -well as new pat patrons
rons patrons in the future when they are
in need of anything in the line of
New or Second Hand Furniture
and House Furnishings. I have,
now on hand several exceptional
bargains in Second Hand Bed
Room Sets, Oil Stoves and Rock Rockers.
ers. Rockers. A. M. BOBBITT,
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This Special Rate good on any of the Company's
Steamers
August 22d to October 17th, tadcslve.
Return Limit 10 lays.
Ships scheduled to sail from Jacksonville every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2 p. m.
' For reservations and further particulars apply to

Florida Passenger Agent,

122 West Bay Street,
ing here the past .week, assisted by
Rev. .Watson.
Mr. S. P. Rawls, of Montbrook,
was a Wednesday caller in our
midst. t
Mrs. W. H. Anderson and little
daughter, Leola, spent the day very
pleasantly -with 'Mrs. 'M. IA.. Smith of
Williston, last week. Her daughter,
Lou Eva accompanied her home, af after
ter after spending several days with her
sisters. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. B. F.
Willis, of Montbrook.
The stork visited (Mr. and Mrs. C
S. Mims on September 2, and orought
them another little son to brighten
their home.
Messrs. J. K. Harrison and O. II.
Matthews of iFlemington, .were in our
'boirg last tweek. The latter being
Judge Smith's deputy, brought over
a colored man to ibe tried In the jus
tice's court.
Quite a crowd attended the pinder
boiling at the home of Miss Cather
ine Smith, Tuesday. Mis3 Smith
wanted to have her friends together
once more before bidding them adieu

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her studies in the Woman'c College.
We are glad to report "Mr. C.
Ounnels is able to be with friends
again after an illness of several
months.
Raise Black Foxes In Captivity.
The skin of a black fox. is worth
from $3 to $10, and the animals are
qow being raised in captivity to ap apply
ply apply the demand for their pelts.
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Board and Rooms. :
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hip, and every month would have epell3 and have to stay in bed. I have taken
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if you make us your Tailors. We
will make you charmingly present presentable
able presentable in your outward appearance.
As stylish Tailors we easily take the
lead in this vicinity. The best ma materials,
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stylish cut, and careful finishing
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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

East Broadway Church f
(Disciples of Christ) f
a. m. Sunday school.
a. m. (Men's class at armory.
10
10
iSo preaching either morning or
evening. f
A cordial invitation extended to
the public and everybody welcome.
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Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, P. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Practical Piety."
3 p. m. Junior 'Mission Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "God's Tender Mercies
A cordial invitation extended
the public and all strangers in the
city.
Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D. Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Facts, not 'Fables."
3 p. m. Junior League.
4 f p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching by Rev.
R. iBridges, presiding; elder.
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All cordially invited,
always welcome.
Strangers
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BANNER CKLKIJRATION
The tEpworth League will celebrate
the hundredth anniversary of the
writing of our- national hymn Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the
home of Mr. and 'Mrs. T. M. tMoore
on Fort King avenue. A most ex excellent
cellent excellent program has "been arranged
. with local and other
talent and the
league invites its friends to
meet
with it. Full program Monday.
ASHLEY COMPANY" ACTIVK
The Ashley Sheet 'Metal Company
has just closed several nice con contracts
tracts contracts for roofing. They have con contracts
tracts contracts for covering the new primary
school annex and also the north
JOcala (primary school building. A
galvanized iron tank is just being
completed for the Goin school's wa water
ter water supply. The Harrington Hall
lunch room's steam tables were com completed
pleted completed a day or two ago by this com company,
pany, company, and this is a class of .work that
the average citizen thinks must be
made in the larger cities of the north
and east. The Ashley people have
demonstrated that they have the fa facilities
cilities facilities for 'manufacturing -nearly ev everything
erything everything in their line Tight here in
Ocala.
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Sept. 12. The friends
of Dr. and (Mrs. F. P. Herr 'will re regret
gret regret to hear of 'Mrs. Herr's painful
accident of falling thru a bridge.
While n o bones Were broken she
was bruised and considerably shak shaken
en shaken up, .which will prevent their leav leaving
ing leaving .for (Florida as they first intended,
Sept. 15. i
Qlr. W. J. iFrink of Ocala spent
Sunday at the lake with frineds.
Rev. R. F. Rogers of Ocala, bad
the pleasure of preaching the first
sermon in the Lake Weir Baptist
church Sunday morning and evening.
The church Is not completed and will
not be for some time to come, yet it
is well -furnished and comfortable,
and since the roof and casing were
painted is cruite attractive. It -will be
used by several denominations until
sluch time as the congregations get
too ilarge and then another place of
worship will toe erected. iRev. (Rogers
has been agreat help in raising funds
and encouraging the workers to
"cheer up and keep at it and you
will be rewarded by seeing the
church completed soon. We 'hope to
cancel the debt when the ;building is
dedicated.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry and lit little
tle little daughter, Cathrine, with Capt. H.
W. Henry and Miss Bettie Mclver
motored to Ocala this morning to
spend the day visiting and shopping.
.Miss fllyrtice Camp left Saturday
for 'Atlanta and other points in
Georgia to spend several months.
During her absence her cousin, Miss
Olivia OIBrian, of Alabama, who has
been visiting the family for several
weeks 'will remain with Mrs. Camp.
Mr. Dick -Christian, of Palmetto,
and formerly of the Carney Invest Investment
ment Investment Co., spent a week with his old
friend, 'Mr. John Carney, who, with
his hosts of friends on the lake, are
always glad to greet "Happy Dick."
sMrs. Aden Morrison of Fort Pierce
and two little daughters, are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGahagin.
BRITISH SOLDIERS 3IUST
HAVE THEIR BEEF
-New York, Sept. 12. Thirty-three
htousand quarters of fresh beef, ap approximately
proximately approximately 3,500 tons, are being
loaded aboard the British
Highland Watch, intended
ish troops in Europe.
steamer
for Brit-
Six copies of sheet music for 15c.

FUNERAL OF MR. JOHN JUHAN

The funeral services of .Mr. John
Juhan, .who died Thursday night at
Crystal River, took place this after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clocy Thtrain-was de delayed
layed delayed and did irot arrive until a few
minutes, .aftertwo Thebod--was
ta ken 4 m me dt lately to thecemeterj'
and..laldQjxeiL Dr. W. H. Dodge
reed the -pizMKrlaF service at the
grave anfTur Frost of Crystal
River, rfro-teLafre-i e m jl lTr
pronounced the benediction. The
pall bearers vere Messrs. L. R. Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, C. ill. Lloyd, J. J. Gerlg, R. R.
Carroll, H. AAVatenman and H. B.
Clarkson. Many lovely flowers, both
from here. Crystal River and Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, -were laid on the casket and'
23S& 'A"&1 Eany? lendsortMr.
Juhan came-up -from- Crystal -River
topay-their last respects 4o the dead,
also a-numbeir t)f friends and rela relatives
tives relatives both -from Gainesville and iLees iLees-3aurg."
3aurg." iLees-3aurg." OSBORX-MARTIX
air. Louis Osborn and Qliss iNell
Martin were married this afternoon
at the -Methodist 'parsonage by 'Rev.
J. M. Gross.
Mr. Osborn is in business In Miami
and formerly resided in this county,
where he met 'Miss Martin.
iMrs. Osborn is a daughter of 'Mr.
and JMrs. H. C. Martin'of Dunnellon,
and has many -Marion county friends
who will learn ,-with regret that her
future home will ibe on the east coast.
They were accompanied by Mrs. Os-
born's mother.
The couple are stopping at the
'Harrington Hall for a few days and
after a short visit will go to their
home in (Miami..
GREATEST SALE IN
THE HISTORY OF THE CITY
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Yesterday and" today Mr. Jake
Klein's store has done a wonderful
business. It is said by the people
c6nduoting the sale, the Cole Special
Sales Co., 'Mr. Klein ; and :Mr. Gold
man, who is assisting them, that it is
the greatest success in the way o,f a
sale that has ever been conducted in
the city. There are twenty sales peo people
ple people in the store and as eevry article
in the house is onarked in plain
figures they are able to -wait on many
customers; indeed, in many cases the
customers, wait on themselves and
merely go to have their purchase
wrapped and change made.
' The opening of the store at
o'clock yesterday morning saw
a
rush, ja mand stampede and from
then until the store closed at 9 p, xn
there -was not a moment of idle time
for a single person in the store and
everyone was exhausted with the
worry, 'work and strain of handling
the big crowds. The cash sales total
ed up a -huge success and everyone
was more than satisfied.
This morning and ail day it has
oeen like yesterday, rsot quite as
many people visited the store as yes
teraay, out their purchases -were
larger and more satisfactory and the
day's sales will run ahead of yester
day, making the two best days, it Is
thought, of any sale held ihere, a
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least in recent years. (Everyone is
pleased with the great bargains of
fered, and .well they might be, for
their dollars are truly doing double
duty. All -next week the manage
ment is expecting to do a rushing
business and have people come to the
sale from all over this ancl adjoining
counties to supply their wants.
Jake Klein is actually getting out
of business and will leave the state,
bence It ds a genuine closing out
sale.
MCMULLEN WILL
SUCCEED HUDSON
In the Position of Attorney for the
State Railroad Commission
Tallahassee, Sept. 12. Don C.
McMullen of Tampa and former sen
ator from (Hillsborough county, has
been retained by the Railroad com
missioners as special counsel, to suc
ceed F. M. Hudsonvof CMiami, resign-
3. The date has not been fixed
when Mr. 'McMullen will assume the
duties of the position to which he has
been appointed. The commissioners
have several matters In litigation,
which Mr. Hudson has been handling
and with which he is the more fa
miliar. The most of these cases will
be coming up before the federal
courts this fall, and it is the desire
of the commissioners to have them
closed out before relieving Mr. Hud
son. Also (Mr. McMullen stated that
he had many private matters, both
in his business and law practice,
that will demand some time in their
adjustment, and "ae would have to
get these in shape before coming to
Tallahassee.
DR. D. M. BONEY
Eyesight specialist; office and labora
tory 2-6 Gary building. A specialty
of correcting vision where others

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

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

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and go Tight to work, we have 3000 acres of high-grade cleared
and fenced MARION COUNTY
Farm Lamcls to Eemft
IN WHB .FAIOUS Anthony and Sugar Hammock Trucking section,
lately the property of the Anthony Farms Company. This land Is
suitable 'for early vegetables of all kinds, but particularly suitable
f or peanuts, corn, oats, cantaloupes and watermelons. SEE US
OR "WRITE US at once and make an early selection.'

ParHirMsie-WeoEDlE'dDW Cd0

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F you are an ambitious young man or woman and
want to earn more money, attend THE OCALA

BUSINESS COLLEGE. A school that prepares for
a business career. The following systems, of Short
Hand taught.
Gregg, Ben Pitfman, Isaac Pitlman,
Mimson, Graham and Success.
Already we are receiving calls for trained men
and women. A good position awaits you. Don't de delay
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Suggests an Appropriate Motto for
your Dining Room. ""
GOOD GROCERIES
Are our Hobby. We buy and sell
onljr this kind, for we know that oar
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THE OCALA EVEMXG STAIU SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, J014

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Undertaking Office ...47

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STEAMSHIP LINES
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BALTIMORE
WASHINGTON
PHILADELPHIA
New Steamers. Low Fares. Bes

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steamers. Through fares and tickets

to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried. t
For reservations, tickets, etc.
H. C. AVERY, L. D. JONES,
Agent. Com'l Agt
City Ticket Office, 25 Hogan Street
Jacksonville, Fla.

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For Good Wood
BIG Load for 1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention-

J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

RED DEA

TH OF WAR

Tragic Fate of Maximilian at the

Hands of the Mexicans.

HIS PENALTY FOR FAILURE

AND RETURN

MONDAY. SEPT. 14

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Standard Railroad of the South

special Train.

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

J. G. .KirklaiMLJ

Division Passenger Agent,
Tampa.

J. E. FRAMPTON
PIANO TUNER

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

DRYING OUT GASES.

The Atonement of Blood How It

Was Consummated and How the
.Vengeance of the Victors Was Sat Satisfied
isfied Satisfied Coolness of the Unfortunate
Prince.
No more tragic incident is recorded

In .history than the execution of Maxi

milian. Half a century ago a younger

brother of the Emperor Francis Joseph
was sent to rule Mexico. Together with
his wife, he sat upon the frail throne,

even then tottering. How he failed is

another story, but when he was taken

prisoner he prepared himself for death

the red death of war.

In a volume written some years ago

Major John N. Edward3 pictures graph-

Ically the closing hours of the tall,
handsome prince who would be king

as follows:

The morning broke fair and white in
the sky, and at 6:30 o'clock three car carriages
riages carriages drew up in front of the main
gate of the convent of Capuchins.
The bells rang in all the steeples, there
were soldiers everywhere, and long
lines of glittering steel that rose and
fell In yet the soft, sweet hush of the
morning.
In the first carriage got Maximilian
and Father Soria, a priest. In the sec second
ond second carriage there came Miramon and
his priest, in the third Mejia and his.
Then the solemn cortege started.
All the people were in the street. On
the faces of the multitude there were
evidences of genuine and unaffected
sorrow. Some among the crowd lifted
their bats as the victims passed along,
some turned away their heads and
wept, and some, even among the sol soldiers
diers soldiers and amid the hostile ranks of the
Liberals, fell upon their knees and
wept
The place of surrender was to be
the place of execution. Northwest of

the city a mile or more the Hill of the
Bells (El Cerro de las Campanas) up up-reared
reared up-reared itself. It was Inclosed on three
sides by G.000 soldiers of all arms, leav leaving
ing leaving the rear or uncovered side resting
upon a wall.
It was 7:30 o'clock when the car carriages
riages carriages halted at the place of execution.
Maximilian was the first to alight He
stepped proudly down, took a handker handkerchief
chief handkerchief from his pocket and his hat from
bis bead and beckoned for one of his
Mexican servants to approach. The
man came.
"Take these, the emperor said.
Tbey are all I have to give."
The faithful Indian took them, kissed
them, cried over them, t fell upon his
knees a few moments in prayer to the
good God for the good master and
arose a hero.
In front of the dead wall three cross crosses
es crosses had been firmly embedded in the
ground. On each side was a placard
bearing the name of the victim to be
immolated there. That upon the right
was wfiere the emperor was to be shot
that in the center was Miramon, that
upon the left for the grim old stoic and

fighter Mejia.
Maximilian walked firmly to his
place. The three men embraced each
other three times. To Mejia he said:
"We will meet in heaven.'
Mejia bowed, smiled and laid his
hand upon his heart

To Miramon he said:
"Brave men are respected by sover sovereigns.
eigns. sovereigns. Permit me to give you the
place of honor."
As be said this he took Miramon gen gently
tly gently by the arm and led him to the cen

ter cross, embracing him for the last
time.

Escobedo was not on the ground. An

aid-de-camp, however, brought permis

sion for each of the victims to deliver
a farewell address. The emperor spoke

briefly. Miramon drew from his pocket
a7 small piece of paper and read.

When Miramon had ceased reading

Maximilian placed his hand on his

breast, threw up his head and cried in

a singuarjy calm and penetrating

voice, "Fire!"

Eighteen muskPts were discharged as

one musket Mej.a and Miramon died
Instantly. Four bullets struck the em

peror, three in the left and one in the
right breast Three of these bullets

passed entirely through his body, com coming
ing coming out high up on the left shoulder;
the other remained embedded in the
right lung. The emperor fell a little
sideways and upon his right side, ex exclaiming
claiming exclaiming almost gently and sadly:
"Oh. hombre. hombre! Oh. man! Oh,
man!"
He was not yet dead. A soldier went
up close to him and fired into his
stomach. The emperor moved slightly
s if still sensible to pain. Another
tame out of the firing party and. put putting
ting putting the muzzle of his musket up close
to his breast shot him fairly through
the heart.
The tragedy was ended. Mexican
vengeance was satisfied; the soul of
the unfortunate prince was with Its
God. and until the judgment day the
blood of one who wa3 too young and
too gentle to die will cry out from the
ground even as the blood of AbeL

Various Methods by Which the Mois Moisture
ture Moisture Is Eliminated.
In the manufacture of gases like
oxygen, acetylene or illuminating gas.
to be used immediately in chemical
processes, it Is ofteu necessary to tree
them from all moisture.
One of the commonest means Is to
bubble the "wet gas through con concentrated
centrated concentrated sulphuric acid or through a
heap of glass beads covered with this
liquid. Concentrated sulphuric acid has
a powerful tendency to absorb mois moisture
ture moisture from other substances a prop property
erty property which Is aptly illustrated when a
splinter of wood is dipped Into the
liquid. The acid extracts from the
cellulose twhich Is the principal con constituent
stituent constituent of wood) all the hydrogen and

oxveren. which cellulose contains In

just the proper proportions to form

water. The only other component of
cellulose is carbon, and this alone Is

left leavins the wood charred as If

by fire.

Another way to dry a gas is to pass

it through small chunks of calcium
chloride. This extracts water or vapor
from everything.
The most efficient of all methods Is
that adopted by the bureau of stan standards
dards standards at Washington, where a machine
Is used which, by lowering the temper temperature
ature temperature of the gas 'passed through it
freezes out all the moisture and leaves
the gas absolutely dry. St Louis Post-Dispatch.

MONTEAGLE
SUMNER 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, 57 to 510 per week.
Two months Chautauqua, from July
1st to August 31st, which is a fine
entertainment. Monteagie 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 Monteagle In
the South. Write .at once to Mrs.
E. W. Williams, Proprietress, ti
Cumberland H jure, Monteagie, Ten Ten-aessee.
aessee. Ten-aessee. 6-13-tf

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State of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucus County. ss.
Frank 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
DOULARS 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 ime and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886, (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, iXotary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and. acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surface of the sys system.
tem. system. Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75 cents.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation,
stipation, constipation, adv

CHAUTAUQUA 3IUSIC CONTESTS

Slow Pay.
Staylate 1 always pay as 1 go. Miss
Weerelgh (yawning) Your creditors
have my sympathy. Exchange.
CHAMBERLAIN'S LINIMENT
If you are ever troubled 5 with
aches, pains or soreness of the mus muscles,
cles, muscles, you will appreciate the good
qualities of Chamberlain's Liniment.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
and sciatica have used it with the
best results. It is especially valu valuable
able valuable for lumbago and lame (back.
For sale 'by all dealers. Adv

L. ALEX AM DEI
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder

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

Sugar as Food.
With the temperature 62 below zeio
Shackleton and his men, in their ant

arctic exploration, in marching took

two or three lumps of sugar each every
two hours. Within ten minutes of eat

ing these they could feel the heat go

ing through tieir bodies.

Life is not jest and amusement: life

Is not even enjoyment Life is hard

la bor. Turgenev.

. Average Length of Life.
Four hundred years ago the average
length of human life was between
eighteen and twenty years. One hun hundred
dred hundred years ago the average human life
was less than thirty. The average hu human
man human life today reaches nearly forty
years. This shows what medical

science has done for human life. Phil

adelphia Record.

Commercial Bank Block, on
Magnolia Street, West.

Post Box 518.. Local or
Long Distance .Phone, 21)3

MOOSE'S MAIL .MM! DOUSE-

Johnny's Place 99
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-

what the public

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teen years In the business has taught me

and I am supplying that want
JUST A SAMPLE OF GOODS AND PRICES

wants,

DIARRHOEA QUICKLY CURED
"My attention was first called to

Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

Diarrhoea Remedy as much as 12

years ago. At that time I was seri seriously
ously seriously ill with summer complaint.

One dose of this remedy checked the
trouble," writes (Mrs. C. W. Florence,
Rockfield, Ind. For sale 'by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv

Yes, Indeed..
"Childhood presents many paradox paradoxes,"
es," paradoxes," asserted the bachelor.
"What Instance have you In mind?"
asked the friend.
"A spoiled child may be extremely
fresh." Buffalo Express.

Onion sets for fall planting. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1 8 -tf

SEVERE PlIMMT

Of Mrs. CKappell, of Five Years'
Standing, Relieved by CardnL

One of these Interesting and Enter Entertaining
taining Entertaining Affairs will be Held in
Ocala Next Spring

It is well to mention at this time

a feature of the Chautauqua which
is to be held in this city next March,

which bid3 fair to be one of much in

terest to this community, as well as

the sourrounding counties, namely.

the musical contest.

The contest will be confined to the

piano this year.

Music has uplifted many a weary

soul; it has broadened many minds;

under its influence mankind has

been spurred on to overcome seem

ingly impossible tasks. It has been

cognized that beyond all doubt

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 (facts, Dr. George

Selden Waldo, director of the Chau

tauqua circuit of Florida, of which

this city Is a member, has inaugurat inaugurated
ed inaugurated this musical contest at each of

the chautauquas under his manage

ment.
Eachcity will conduct its own in

dividual contest. Judges will be se

lected from among the local wel

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 present
sent present 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 tstudy, 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
of Florida.
Contestants must have at no time

taught piano or been employed as a
paid pianist.
Piece must 'be memorized.
Piece must be by recognized com composer
poser composer of high grade music,
"ragtime" permitted.
No piece shall take over ten min minutes
utes minutes -for its rendition.
The piece must be fourth grade or
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 cheir names at once to Mr. J. D.
Rooney of the local Chautauqua-committee,
and he in turn will Tefer the

the name to the chairman or tne
. tii

piano contest comrautee.

In addition to the above contest,

there will be anotherone in decla

mation, in which Dr. aiao win
also award a. gold medal to the win

ner. Details of the declamation con

test will be given later.

Mt. Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap Chap-pell
pell Chap-pell of this town, says: "I suffered for
live years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
1 was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and 1 told them about

araui. several are now taking it."

Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble
such as headache, backache, sid

sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
feeling? to J
If so, let us urge you to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.

tsesm taking Cardui to-day. You

won't regret it All druggists.
Write ta: Chatianoos-a. Medina C,c T

AdTisory Dept., Chattar,ooea,Tenn., for Stcit
Instructions on your case and 64-pa book. "Home
Trss m rt 4 r Woman T r

OPEN Dai AND NIGHT

Good Old 65 Proof Rye,
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

lons or, more,
at per gallon .

$1.50

Good Old SO Proof Rye.
Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal gallons
lons gallons or more, (So rf
at per gallon . tpiUU

Good. Old 70 Proof Rye,

Corn or Gin, in lots of 2 gal

Ions or more,
at per gallon.

$1.75

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

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 Place."
The FINEST BEER you ever drank, and ALL KINDS of it in bot bottles
tles bottles and on draft.

PROPRIETOR

OCALA, FLORIDA

Tfre Management of DR. McCLAN
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
officesand treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray o., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped will be nut
-.irictly ethical line.
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corner. -Meais a la cane auu muuues

at any a our. Aav.

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Singular Services of Sheep.
In the northern part of India sheep
are made t serve as beasts of burden.
The mountain paths along the foothills

of the Himalayas are so precipitous
that the sheep, more sure footed than
larger beasts, are preferred as burden
carriers. The load for each sheep Is
from sixteen to twenty pounds. The
sheep are driven from village to vil village,
lage, village, with the wool still growing, and
In each town the farmer shears as
much wool as he can sell there and
loads the sheep with the grain which
he receives In exchange. After the
flock has been sheared he turns It
homeward, each sheep having on Its
back a small bag containing the pur purchased
chased purchased grain.

The wars have caused prices to
soar upward everywhere except at
Carter's Bakery, where you get the
BIG LOAF of bread for 3 cents just
as you did before the wars be begun.
gun. begun. . S-26-tf

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this great evil -with indifference
merely because a few people want to
grow rich out of a drink that is de destructive?
structive? destructive? Why should we condemn
opium, morphine and cocaine if we

MADE THE REPORTER BLUSH.

When the Housa of Lords Adjourned
at His Suggestion.
There is a good Fleet street story,
savs a writer in the London Dally Cltl-

are to worship at the shrine of whis- ze 0 now a reporter once adjourned

ky and beer. the house of lords. Lie had worked in

Secretary Daniels need not fear the gallery of the house of lords fot

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that hi Tmlicv of excluding intoxi- about a quarter ot a reuiurj. .u.

cans .from the navy will be condemn condemned
ed condemned by the American (people. By put-

ting a ban upon alcoholic dnnks in dozen members ,n the house and tne

. Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
Alcohol is Doomed
A press dispatch from Ttuesia
brings the interesting new3 that the
czar has issued an order driving in intoxicating
toxicating intoxicating liquor out of the Russian
ary. The following is the text of
the dispatch:
"Emperor ;Xicholas has just pro promulgated
mulgated promulgated a. general order dealing
with -the drink evil in his ramy. Its
provisions are of the most drastic

character, and as such .will doubtless
commend ihernselves to Secretary
t Josephus "Daniels of the United Stat-
es navy. Vodaka is forbidden to the
men at all times, and the czar directs
that the most stringent measures

shall be taken to prevent them from liquor. Patriotic citizens regarded

jbuying it. .No soldier, if he Is known whole system as the greatest

to be inclined to drink, is allowed -to stumbling "block in the path of hon-

receive money from home, without est government. Co matter what plan

special permission from his com- mteht be proposed for the reform

manding officer. and advancement of the city ,the al-

' Officers -of every rank are for- Hed liauor and criminal elements

bidden to drink spirits in camp, on stood Reside the machine politicians,

the manoeuvers, or -while on any fuskets in hand, to defend the old

system. Liberal iminded men came

to believe that the saloon, as a social

and political institution, must 'be

wiped from the face ofthe earth he-

ifore anything whatsoever could be

accomplished. After the saloon is de de-stroyedit
stroyedit de-stroyedit will be easy to uproot the

weaker evils which have found shel shelter
ter shelter behind it. Thousands of gentle:
mpn sav thev had rather see the

may be that familiarity had dimmed
his sense of reverence. One day there
had been a stodgy little debate with a

the navy he is showing the.same wis-

dm that characterizes "Emxeror Wil William
liam William and the Czar in the efforts they
are making In behalf of total abstin abstinence."
ence." abstinence." W. J. Bryan.
The Prohibition Flood

The political protection of the sa

loon, gradually aroused public senti

ment and arrayed against the saloon

thousands of men who had no preju

dice aerainst the moderate use of

j

reporter, with his colleagues percnea
in the gallery, was thoroughly sick of

the whole business. Ills feelings found
outlet In a muttered remark as some
noble lord on the cross benches rose to
continue the debate.
Vhy don't yon move the adjourn adjournment?"
ment?" adjournment?" said the reporter to himself.
He said It louder than be Intended,
and the words reached the noble lord
who had Just risen. He on his part
believed the words to be a private hint
addressed to him from the lord chan chancellor,
cellor, chancellor, and, feeling that be could not
disregard the suggestion, he said. "My
lords. I move the adjournment of the
debate
Instantly the lord chancellor was on
his feet from the woolsack, and their
lordships house rose for the day.
Hardened as was the reporter. It Is
stated that as be went out he was
blushing at his achievement.

Is at all times maintained by
THE MONROE AND GHAPdBLISS NATIONAL BANK
assuring a banking connection that Is' eminently satisfactory.
Accounts subject to check, large or small, are cordially invited.

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OCALA, FJLORTJD

kind of duty, and those In high com command
mand command are ordered by the emperor to
discourage as much as possible the

drinking of alcohol, and to set an ex example
ample example in the matter of total abstin

ence to their subordinates. All

cases of drunkenness, either among
officers or men, are to be dealt with

in the most severe manner possible.

Medical officers 'of the -army are to

MAYOR OF BIRD LAND.

deliver periodical lectures to officers liquor business in the hands of a few

confessed outlaws, dodging from
bush to bush and hiding in the alleys

than to see it controlled by polit-

cal tyrants who 'boss the town. They

canot understand why the 'liquor bus-

inessshould go hand in hand with

pverv form of vice and crime. The

hardware trade and the -grocery-stor

es dn not find it necessary to enter

into such partneships. The dry
goods trade does not continually

fight the law.; If this antagonism to

law and decency be necessary for the

success ofthe liquor business, then

there must be something inherent
. a 1 A. Iff J XI

nvronz in ine iraae useu aua mai

trade should 'be stopped..

and men on the harmful effects of

alcohol.

"Commanders of regiments are in instructed
structed instructed to do their ibest to improve
the mess life of the officers under

their orders, and to foster the intro introduction
duction introduction of games, the addition of li libraries
braries libraries to the mess quarters, and to
arrange for facilities for the study
of foreigii languages. In the same

wya. the company officers are re

quired to endeavor to "improve the

lot of the rank and file by devising
and organizinggames and sports
which will keep them out of doors,
.wholesomely occupied during their
free time. Soldiers known to be ad addicted
dicted addicted to drink are to ibe subject to
special solicitude (by the regimental
officers, chaplain and surgeon.
"This is the first occasion on
which any such general order has
'been issued to the Russian troops.
But the emperor has (been urged to
dsseu it 'by the necessity of adding
to the efficiency of his huge army.
GField Marshal Lord Kitchener dem
onstrated in his various Soudan
campaigns,. icuilminating in the cnush-

ing of the iDervish Mahdl at Omdur-

man in 1898, urged military author

ities to discourage the use of alcohol DAVIS PORCH AND DECK PAINT

among officers and men, modern is made especially to resist all weath weath-method3
method3 weath-method3 of warfare and arms and er conditionsso -when painting
precision demanding an extremely ,wny not use, the thing for the purr

level uead and steady hand rather pose? it will cost no more will

than reckless gallantry, prompted ltok rigllt and wear right. For Sale

by what is known as 'Dutch courage.' by the M TJIOX HARWARE CO.

What have the' derenaers or
booze to say In answer to this very
conclusive evidence of the evil of

alcoholic drinks.' I was annoyed for over a year by

"If the soldier must give up alco- attacks of acute indigestion, follow-

1

How the Beautiful Lizard Canary Gtt

Its Unique Name.
The lizard canary Is one of the most

unique varieties in the cage bird world.

Its beautiful ground color, so nicely

ticked, and pretty little "cap" make It
a thing of beauty and a joy forever.

It is, however, the only variety that

moults out its plumage at the end of
the first season. By this It Is meant

that, although the bird possesses ?o

beautiful a coat for the first year, the

plumage disappears altogether at the

second moult

Thus it is a show bird for only one

i. e., the first season, and this is con considered
sidered considered a drawback to Its popularity.

On account of its wearing such gay

apparel for one year and then putting

it aside the lizard has been aptly term

ed "mayor of Birdie Land."

The little story connected with the
lizard and a mayor is well worth re

peating. It was at a well known rage

bird show being opened by Sir William

Treloar, then lord mayor of London.

that this celebrity in a few well chosen

words likened himself unto the lizard
canary. many grand spcimens' of

which were on view at the show. The

stately robes he then wore were only
for a season. Such Is the case with

the lizard. Boston Herald.

Working Butter.
Butter is worked enough when the
salt is evenly distributedi Just when
this point has been reached cannot
always be told from the appearance
of the butter Immediately after work working.
ing. working. But butter that has not been
sufficiently worked will show white

streaks or mottles after five or six
hours. Whenever such streaks occur
the butter must be reworked until all
the streaks have been removed. To
avoid mottled or streaky butter the
only safe rule to follow is to worktne
butter twice. The first time it" is
worked lightly, just enough to fairly
distribute the salt. It Is then allowed
to stand six hours or longer, when
white streaks will be noticeable. The
butter Is then worked again until the
color is uniform. Chicago News.

The

Laundry

ACUTE INDIGESTION

ed by constipation," writes iMrs. M.
J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended

to me for this complaint, hut noth

ing did me much good until about

four months ago 1 saw Chamber

lain's Tablets advertised and pro procured
cured procured a bottle of them from our

rfrnp-Hst. 'T snnn realized that I had

say tnat tne nation snouia looK upon gttell the rignt thing for they

helned me at once. Since taking two

bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by all

dealers. Adv.

hoi because it interferes. -with his ef

ficiency, -why should not the civilian
promote his efficiency tby giving it
nip? And if it is demonstrated that
alcohol is an evil, and only an evil;
If it Is proven that it lessens the pro productive
ductive productive value of the citizen, who will

Mendelssohn Surprised Them.

The church of St. John's. Waterloo
road, has an interesting association

with Mendelssohn. The late R. J.

Horsley, R. A., tells in his reminis reminiscences
cences reminiscences how the great mnsician, while

staying with a friend on Denmark

hill In the house where he wrote the

"Spring Song" was Induced to go to

St. John's one Sunday morning and
give a recital on the organ. On reach reaching
ing reaching the organ loft Mendelssohn was
annoyed to find himself exposed to the
full view of the congregation and
vented his displeasure in a thunderous
improvisation which greatly startled
the worshipers, used as they were to
the "subdued" music then in vogue.
Not being in the secret, they were
still further surprised when the music
ceased and the eccentric performer
sprang up. clapped on bis hat and
abruptly left the building. Westmin Westminster
ster Westminster Gazette.

Odds Wot Bad,
Arc They?
Would you not take a hacoe
of five to one? Especially where
you got PULL VALUE for every
DOLLAR spent, then a chance of
five to one to win a hundred dol dollars?
lars? dollars? Well, that is just what I am
Offering.
FIVE CHOICE LOTS $100
EACH.
And a big Bargain at the Price
IX
Marion Heights
$100 EACH; $10 Down and $10
A MONTH,
Each without interest.
There is a sixth Lot, who gets it?
One of you 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 3IE QUICK, for they
will not last a week.

JAMES ENGESSER

PHONE 491, OR 37.
OeaUo, v Florida

a journey tery niucn out or tne or ordinary
dinary ordinary is reported from Edmonton,
Canada, from which point five men suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in making an S00 mile automo
bile trip to Peace River Crossing on
or near Lesser Siave lake, a district
usually regarded as sub-arctic, and
certainly virgin country so far as
automobile travel is concerned. A
photograph from Edmonton shows the
five men fishing in good old Hudson

bay style through the ice of Losser
Slave lake, with the automobile in the
near distance.' Couriers du bois usu usually
ally usually engage in the latter operation to
get fish for themselves and their dogs,
but the automobile never starves as
long as the fuel hold3 out. The jour journey
ney journey probably was not difficult, for the
trail undoubtedly has been broken.
Still it is rather startling to think of
an automobile running up almost into
the wood buffalo and musk-ox coun country,
try, country, but not mere indicative of mod modern
ern modern progress than the rumor that
reaches us, of regulations to be laid
down by the government relative to
the crossing of the great Mississippi
migratory bird belt by aeroplanes.
Forest and Stream.

CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOL CHOLERA
ERA CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY

"I advised the 'boys' when they
enlisted tor 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 he
without this great remedy. For sale
by all dealers. Adv

Treaties.
A treaty Is a form of disagreement
between two countries reduced to lan language
guage language which enables each of them to
crawl out of it. It belongs in the
same family as the insurance policy
except that no one can understand an
insurance policy, whereas a treaty
reads as though it were perfectly plain
until something happens that makes
one of the parties to it wish to get
out of it. Treaties are used for vari various
ous various purposes to promote typewriting
agencies, lawyers, diplomats and to
furnish material for editorial writers
to convey the impression that they
know something ot what they are
writing about. The principal use of
treaties, however, is to bring on wars.
-Life.

Didn't Have to Ask.
Mrs. B. saw her little three-year-old
daughter come from the back door of
the house next door eating a cookie,
and when the little lady came into the
house her mother turned to her and
said:
-Why. Elsie, you must not ask Mrs.
K. for cookies.'
"I didn't ask her, mother; said Elsie;
"I know where she keeps them. Delineator.

Ides of March.
In the calendar of old Rome the fif fifteenth
teenth fifteenth day of the months of March,
May, Jujy and October and the thir thirteenth
teenth thirteenth 'day of the rest of the months
were known as ides. In old Roman
writings one hears of the "ides of
March." which is a poetic way to ex express
press express the date.

Wild Potatoes.
Botanists are unable to discover
"rom what plant the aborigines of
America developed the potato, for It is
nt found growing wild anywhere in
rre world.

We must learn to work with pa pa-ti
ti pa-ti n'e With the tasks appotnted to
is win he provided the power and also
li-.- opportunity.

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To a Person Who Prides
Himself on His Appearance
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business,

Ocala Steam Lannctry

402-404 S. Main Street rhont 101.
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Ona Way to View It.
Queen Victoria made a visit to the
Trossachs in 1S."1). On the road be between
tween between Callender and Kilmauog the
Laird of Leny displayed a number of
banners bearing words of welcome.
But on the return to Callender the mot mottoes
toes mottoes were Indecipherable through the
backs of the banners. Some one sug suggested
gested suggested that with a little extra expendi expenditure
ture expenditure "Welcome. Victoria. might have
been Inscribed on both sides. 'There's
nae need o' that.' said old -James
Buchan of Kllmanog. "The queen will
just think that the English letters as
seen through the bunting are Gaelic."
London Express.

MM

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Grand Prie

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Welsh National Costume.
When the French made a half heart hearted
ed hearted attemnt to invade (Jreat Britain In

1797 a lauding was made at Fishguard, j
Wales, but the soldiers of Napoleon J
were frightened off by the sight of a j
great number of Welsh girls and wo- J
men. whom they mistook at a distance

for soldiers on account of their red
dresses and tall black hats. That Is
still the national costume of the Welsh
women.
Poor Consolation.

MOh" sntrf with affected Indiff er-.

ence, "there are just as good fish In
the sea as ever were caught j
Better." the girl who had rejected
him replied pointedly, "better from,
their point of view, because they may

never be caught Exchange.

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finest

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Brewed from the finest selected
Imported Hops and Malt exclusively.

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Knew Her Style.
Suitor But you haven't asked me
yet whether or not I can make a liv living
ing living for your daughter. Kather-rNever
mind, Henry. If yon marry her sheMl
Bee to that Chicago News.

Thfl mtn who snrnopn nest In nnniie

rife are those who take the risk of
standing by their own convictions.
Garfield.

SENATOR BRYAN SHOWS
&IIGHTV GOOD SENSE

Times-Union, 9th: Should Sena Senator
tor Senator .N. P. (Bryan receive the appoint appointment
ment appointment to the federal appelate court
bench, as it is believed that he will,
close friends of his declare ne will
not resign his senatorial seat until

after the 'November election. They

say the senator realizes "this is no

(time to throw the state into an extra

political campaign, even if there was
no danger of the result of the pri

mary being questioned by the courts j
or by an unfavorable minority in ttej

Senate itself later on.

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SEABOARD AIR UNE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9: SO p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
n.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
4:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves
11:0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound

4 No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;j

arrivM JCaia a. i

Jacksonville 6:4b a. o.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 9 a. m.;
arrivps Ocala 1:12 p. m.; leaves

Onala 1:30 o. m.: arrives Jackson-,

ville 5:20 p'. m.
No. 10 limited leave? Tampa 3 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrirea
Jacksonville 7:30 p. ra.

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Length SCO f brr-!tH 53 feet, 6 inclwM; S10 lUlfrooim d ptrlwi mcromwvUtin" IZn p

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Magnificent Steamer. "SEEANDBEE," "Cty of ErSe" mnd "Cifr of Cuffaio"
Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May it to Dec ut
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Economic Epigram.
A truth has never yet been protested
at the Bank of Good Citizenship; whila
a He, which is only a counterfeit ot
the truth, will some day return to tho
maker d!?b --d.

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HEIGHT

THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1914
MARKETS
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OCALA OCCURRENCES I
PROTECTION
99

Victrolas at The Murray Company.

New books at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 9-ll-3t
If it is from Gerig's it is of good
quality. 9-1-tf

3rr. T. W. Smith, deputy collector
of internal revenue, is in the city.
Pens, ink and 'tablets at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 9-11-31

WEATHER REPORT

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
mt Lansford's. 8-22-tf

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

If you need hardware, give up a
call. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

School supplies
Company.

at The

Murray
9-ll-3t

Six copies or sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

!Mr. J. (W. Crosby of Citra spent
yesterday in the city and remained
over for the S. of C. V. meeting last
might.

"We now have new crop rye seed
for sale. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf.

Itexall (Nice ds recommended for
excessive perspiration. 25 cents, at
Gerig's. 9-8-tf

Messrs. J. T. Rawls and M. P.
Tratt of iDunnellon ;were in town to today.
day. today.

Just remember we keep garden,
farm and work shop tools and imple-
raents. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

Mr. Bruce 'Meffert, who has eeii
confined to his home 'by sickness for
some days, is able to be out again.

Just remember we keep Garden,
Farm and workshop tools and im implements.
plements. implements. Ocala Seed Store. tf

We can make you an iron tank for
a cistern or irrigating plant on short
notice; (prices reasonable; work guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ashley iSheet IMetal Works. 3t

Century and McKinley music at
The Murray Company. 9-ll-3t

Six copies of sheet music for 15c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

This report is made from obser observations
vations observations taken daily .by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, official observer for the government.

Max.

1. . 90
2. .. .... .90
3... .. .89
4.... 79

Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

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.92
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Min.
9
69
70
70
70
69
70
68
67
69
60

R. F.

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.28

Forecast for this Evening and
Tomorrow
Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday.

iAsk your doctor as to our pre prescription
scription prescription service. Gerig's the reliable
prescription pharmacists. 9-8-tf

XAVAL STORES
New York, Sept. 12. Turpentine,
44 to 45; rosin, $3.80.

OTTOMANS ASSERT
THEIR INDEPENDENCE

, 5Mr. W. B. Gallagher has returned
to Ocala after a -week's visit in the
central 'portian of the state "interview "interview-ing
ing "interview-ing his customers.

air. .Henry Gordon's friends will
all regret to learn that he expects to
leave for Tampa in a few days. Mr.
Gordon ihas ibeen a citizen of JMarion
county for many years, ihas filled high
official positions and always made
good in whatever he tried to do. He
has not lost any of his good-will for
his old home, but has an excellent
business opening in the cigar city,
and feels like he cannot afford to re

fuse it.

fWhen Fire Chief Chambers sprink sprinkles
les sprinkles Hazel park at night, the electric

light shining on tlLeu.curve of jthe

stream of 'water f4m the hose

just as pretty a little.

could wish to see

maks W3

otie I

linlbow as

roy-Ttdges is at home for

a few days (before going on to Ws
school duties -at the 'University of
Florida for the winter.

Why order your sheet metal work
from out of town .when the 'Ashley
Sheet Metal Works can supply you
Tight ihere? 9-'12-3t

Encouraging news -was received
from Mr. Albert 'Gerig by -his ibrother,
CVIr. J. J. Gerig, this morning. Mr.
Albert Oerig is now at Johns (H op opsins
sins opsins 'hospital in .Baltimore. The phy physicians
sicians physicians have diagnosed his com complaint,
plaint, complaint, and expect to send hiim home
cured in another month.

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, IMessrs. Sam iBurford and La La-Grange
Grange La-Grange Sistrunk returned last night
from a week's camping trip on IBlack
Point, near the gulf. The boys had
a glorious time. The big fish fry that
was to have been given today at
Shell Island was called off on ac account
count account of the death of Mr. John Ju Ju-han,
han, Ju-han, who had helped plan the affair
and had looked forward to it with

so much pleasure.

Notify the Powers they will Not
Longer Grant PLxtra Rights to
People of Other Nations
Washington, Sept. 12. Turkey
formally notified the United States
and other nations yesterday that she
had abrogated the "series of conven convention,
tion, convention, treaties and privileges, originat originating
ing originating as early as the eleventh century,
whereby foreigners in the Ottoman
Empire have been exempt from local
jurisdiction in civil and criminal
cases. Foreign subjects no longer
will enjoy what is known as extra extraterritorial
territorial extraterritorial rights thru which they
have 'been, tried hy their own judges,
diplomatic representatives or con consuls
suls consuls
This practice, abolished by Japan
several years ago thru new treaties,
Turkey has removed by a stroke of
the pen. (Her purpose, it is declared,
is to assert her independence and

ihe great powers. v
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Proprietor of the New York Herald
Takes a Rride in His Old
Age
Paris, Sept. 12. Baroness "George
de Renter and James Gordon Ben Bennett,
nett, Bennett, proprietor of the New York
Herald, were married here yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. x The (Baroness was formerly Miss
'Maud Potter, daughter of John Pot Potter!
ter! Potter! of Philadelphia. 'Her former
husband was a ibrother of Baron 'Her-

f
ert de Renter, managing director of

the 'Renter Telegraph Company of
London. He died, Nov. '28, 1909.

PRESIDENT WONT
BE TOO PREVIOUS

Mr. George Rentz Is having some
substantial improvements made on
his handsome home in the second
ward, among which are spacious
sleeping porches.

The benefit concert for the hand
at the Temple last night was a most
successful affair. The house was well
filled and froth pictures and music
were enjoyed by those present.

Messrs. 'Hansel Leavengood, Dick
iDewey, George Newsom and Marshal
Carn returned today from their
camping trip to the lake. They camp camped
ed camped near the old Chautauqua and had
a fine time, hoating and swimming.
They also played a liUle baseball on
the side, and Hansel and Marshal ac accuse
cuse accuse George and Dick of going to see

the girls. Of course, they had to
too.

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(Two-reel "Reliance)
BEYOND THE CITY

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We can install your ventilators
and architectural cornice as good as
anybody's, and at prices that will
save you money. Why send to other
cities for what can be secured at
home, with an absolute guarantee as
to quality of materials and workman workmanship.
ship. workmanship. Ashley Sheet Metal Works. 3t

For tne next thirty days wre will
sell stock, poultry and cattle pow

ders and medicines for one-half

price. Ocala Seed Store. 8-18-tf

FIRST SHIP UNDER THE FLAG

ELLIS' NEWS DEPOT
P. A. ELlLIS, Manager.
AIjXi THE IiATEST MAGAZINES
AND NEWSPAPERS
(Next to 'Frank's:
No. O N. Magnolia Street.

Event will be largely Celebrated in

New Orleans

New Orleans, Sept. 12. The first
vessel to be transferred to the Amer American
ican American flag in Southern waters, under
the recent law allowing foreign-built

ships to take the American registry,

probably will be the United Fruit
Company's steamer EMarowijne which
will arrive from the tropics next
Monday. This will be the first of
twenty-five ships of the fruit com com-pany
pany com-pany to change from British to the
American flag, according to a staie staie-anent
anent staie-anent of Crawford H. Ellis, general
manager of the company.
Civic hodies of New Orleans are
aranging to celebrate the event.
Gov. Hall will be invited -to preside
over the ceremonies attending the

actual raising of the American
on the Marowijne.

In Making Appointment to Fill the
Place of Judge Shelby
Washington, Sept. 12. It is un understood
derstood understood here that because of the un unseemly
seemly unseemly haste with which some of the
aspirants for the shoes of Senator
IN. P. Bryan have been speeding up
the situation, there may he no decis decision
ion decision for some time, possibly not until
after the general election in Novem Novem-tber,
tber, Novem-tber, regarding the question of ap-
pointing a successor to Judge 3D. IX

Shelby, of Alabama, who recently

died.

SERVIANS CAPTURE

AUSTRIAN CITIES

Nish, Sept. 12. Servians have

captured Mitrovitza on the River

Saw. in Croatia. A number of

smaller towns have also been oc

cupied.

The Arithmetic of It.
The pupils in a school were asked tQ
give in writing. the difference between
a biped' and a quadruped. One boy
gave the following: "A bipd has two
legs, therefore the difference be between
tween between a biped and a quadruped is two
legs."

Transferable Distinction.
Markley (to pestering insurance
man) "Look here, when you talked
to me last year, you told me that
the company you were with was
the best in the world." Agent
"My dear sir, it was at that time,
but the company I am now with, hav having
ing having since had the benefit of my serv services,
ices, services, has, of course, taken the honor
away from it."

A Particular Kind of

Woman

flag

lne woman who wants to supply

the needs of her home', herself and

family most intelligently.

The woman who reads periodicals
and studies their advertising pages
for help and suggestion.
The woman who demands the best
in quality, in service and in value at
reasonable price.
The woman who knows what she
wants and accepts no substitutes.
We ask that this woman give us a
chance to serve her. She will find
ours A MOST UP-TO-DATE STORE,
stacked with the goods she has
learned to want.
She will find our service courteous
and our desire to serve sincere.
She will find our prices reasonable
and our goods marked with the
QUALITY STAMP.
i
0. If. Teapot Grocery,
OCALA, FLORIDA
PHONES 16 .vD 174

The high standard this bank has set for itself in the conduct of its busi business
ness business a protection to its depositors in every emergency and under all circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. We invite you to make this bank your bank and enjoy the protection
it gives to its depositors.

The Ocala National Bank,
Resources Over Half A Million
ACTIVE TJ. S. DEPOSITARY."

Happiness.
There are no rules for felicity.

Victor Hugo.

School Teacher's Mission.
To capture the citadel of a child's
mind through ioYe and "sympathy: to
lead pupils toward higher ideals of
life and duty; to establish closer re relations
lations relations between home and school and
state; to exalt puiity of life and con conduct;
duct; conduct; to strengthen the moral tone of
the community; to make good men
and women; to establish and dignify
the profession of teaching; to make
education attractive; to magnify the
state; to meet the need for educated
citizenship; such is the exalted mis

sion of the teacher. Hon. Charles R

Skinner.
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Survival of Superstition.
Madaga: :ar natives have a strange
Idol. It is a piece of wood covered
with silk and attached to a wire which
the priests pull in a certain way. The
god perfi ms movements In all direc directions,
tions, directions, to the great terror of the faith faithful,
ful, faithful, who believe It is really alive. The
priests d ell in houses of wood, as the
god will have neither stone nor brick.
To distinguish themselves from the
other natives the faithful wear their
hair rolled in curl-papers like women,
and keep it In the shape of a horn by
means of pins.

Good Rule for Life's Conduct.
Mind your own business with your

absolute heart and soul; but see that
it Is a good business first Ruskin.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS

Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Meeds

W A'NTEG'D Fi rs t class- painter. Ap

ply Monday 7 a. in., new -high
school. iV. B. Hart)ridge Go. 12-2t

DOST 'A moon shaped gold pin with

chipped diamond. Ixst between
telephone office and Royal Press Pressing
ing Pressing Olub. iPinder please return to
Hoyal Pressing Club ami Texieive
reward. 9-12-2t

iris ii! fiJKL

L.OST A number of kodak pictures
and films on street 'between Com Commercial
mercial Commercial iBank and Counts Grocery
Company. Finrtci 'please return to
Or. Counts.. 9-1'2-lt

PU.RSB LOST today, Thursday, be between
tween between 1 and 1:30 p. m., between
the court house and residence of
Mr. G. A. Carmichael. Finder will
please return to this office or to
ceive reward. 9-10

IFOR -RENT 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

VANTEI -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

mer, care "Star. 9-ll-6t

FOR SAIiE Scond hand ga3 stove

cheap for cash; can be put In good

shape for small amount. Address

Box 317, Ocala, Fla. 2-9-6t

ROOMERS WANTED Mrs. C. L.

Moore, corner S. Magnolia and S.
4th streets, has several large, airy
rooms, which she wlll rent on easy
terms. 92-2w
LOST A pair of eyeglasses In skel skeleton
eton skeleton gold frames. Were lost in
the uptown A. C. L. yard. $1 re reward.
ward. reward. Leave at the Star office. 3t
FOR SALE Sawed cedar posts, all
heart, any quantity. George W.
Hj-de, Crystal River, Fla. 9-9-tf
HEGISTIt.VTION NOTICE
The registration book for district
So. 1. (Ocala). will be open on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week from the 1st Monday In August
till the second Saturday in October,
1914. In all othr districts two days In
each week from the 1st Monday In
September till the second Saturday in
October This registration does rot
apply to any person who was a regis registered
tered registered voter prior to Jan. 1st. 1914.
Those who registered this year for the
first time in Marion county, though
they may have voted In the primary,
cannot vote In the November electlor
unless they register again prior to th
econd Saturday in October.
7-23-6 wks dly D. M. BAR CO.
Supervisor Resristrat'.on Marlon C-

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"Oh, by the way, dear," said the mer merchant,
chant, merchant, aa he was preparing to leave
the house in the morning, "if I fiud I
cant be home to dinner I will send a
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said his wife, sweetly; "I have already
found it on the bl;tiing-pad."

Each a Law Unto Himself.
Men are like trees; each one must
put forth the leaf that Is created In
him. Education 13 only like good cul culture;
ture; culture; it changes the size but not the
sort II. V. Kcecber.

"English" Walnut From France.
The so-called English walnut is al almost
most almost exclusively the "product of
France, whence 1 this country imports
from fifteen to twenty-five million
pounds annually.

Six copies of sheet music for 13c.
at Lansford's. 8-22-tf

On and Off.
Save when you're young then,
when you find yourself well on, youll
also find yourself well off. J. D.
Rockefeller.

A. D. BROOKS
Has moved his General Merchandise
Stock -from Main Street, next door
to the City Mraket to the new
St. Georges Block,
where h,e 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 friends
and customers.
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AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
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